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Team Washington (aka Stilly Dream Team) goes through their pre-game cheer to get themselves pumped up before their July 29 game with Team Oregon.

Stilly Dream Team thumps Oregon in first round of Regionals

Aggressive play key to Stillys 10-0 rout of Team Oregon

  • Aug 27, 2008
Team Washington (aka Stilly Dream Team) goes through their pre-game cheer to get themselves pumped up before their July 29 game with Team Oregon.
Its Air Karrenberg as Lakewood junior goalkeeper Peter Karrenberg gets some elevation in his leap to stop an attempted Coupeville score.

Cougar soccer comes back to defeat winless Coupeville

LAKEWOOD According to Lakewood soccer coach Vaughn Vandelac, the Cougars 4-3 win over Coupeville should not have been the shootout that took place April 5 at Lakewood High School.

  • Aug 27, 2008
Its Air Karrenberg as Lakewood junior goalkeeper Peter Karrenberg gets some elevation in his leap to stop an attempted Coupeville score.
Cougars Track PREVIEW

Cougars Track PREVIEW

Lakewood set to run circles around the competition

  • Aug 27, 2008
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Coach Vandelac discusses tactics with midfielder Erik Hawks.

Cougars Soccer PREVIEW

Lakewood soccer must overcome mud first, opponents second

  • Aug 27, 2008
Coach Vandelac discusses tactics with midfielder Erik Hawks.
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SPORTS SCAN

U-13 Girls Select Soccer Tryouts.

  • Aug 27, 2008
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Darrel Walker

Pro ball at M-PHS

Explosion open exhibition season with a bang

  • Aug 27, 2008
Darrel Walker
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Arlington is playing ball

ARLINGTON There was no scorekeeping when the Arlington baseball team faced Lakewood in a scrimmage at the Arlington baseball fields, but the rainy match-up March 10 gave the players valuable on-field time and coach Doug Plucker a chance to evaluate individual performances in competition.

  • Aug 27, 2008
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Arlington fastpitch coach Dan Eng has high expectations of returning starters

Eagles hope to soar on strength of team chemistry

A new direction under new head coach Dan Eng has a close-knit Arlington fastpitch team excited about their upcoming season.

  • Aug 27, 2008
Arlington fastpitch coach Dan Eng has high expectations of returning starters
Kjirsten Jensen goes up for a jumpshot from the left wing. Jensens night was plagued by foul trouble

Arlington overwhelms Shorecrest

ARLINGTON At halftime of the Dec. 5 girls basketball game between the Arlington Eagles and the Shorecrest Highlanders it appeared the Eagles would be in for a long night. They trailed 22-28 after managing only three points in the second quarter. Shorecrests pressure defense and full-court trapping made it difficult for Arlington to find good scoring opportunities in the first half.

  • Aug 27, 2008
Kjirsten Jensen goes up for a jumpshot from the left wing. Jensens night was plagued by foul trouble
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Rayner pitches

  • Aug 27, 2008
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Sophomore midfielder Juan Guadarrama races Stanwoods Cale Kauffmann to the ball.

Arlington shuts down Stanwood

STANWOOD As Arlington faced archrival Stanwood in a March 22 soccer match at the Spartans stadium, it seemed visiting team could do no wrong.

  • Aug 27, 2008
Sophomore midfielder Juan Guadarrama races Stanwoods Cale Kauffmann to the ball.
After her ball fell into the water trap

Arlington girls host season-opening meet

ARLINGTON Despite rainy weather and a depleted team the Arlington girls golf team boasts just three players the Arlington golf team marched through the back of Gleneagle Golf Course, hosting their season-opening meet March 17.

  • Aug 27, 2008
After her ball fell into the water trap
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Beating the heat by cooling off down by the river

ARLINGTON Where does Arlington go when the weather heats up? Residents in the know head down to the meeting of the North and South forks of the Stillaguamish River. Twin Rivers Park, home to the new disk golf course, provides a perfect backdrop for relaxing along the rivers edge.

  • Aug 27, 2008
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Determined local athlete Cody Kallstrom pushes past Leif Anderson for a shot at the basket.

Arlington teams dominate Hot August Hoops

SMOKEY POINT With a bustling weekend scheduled for sports fans around Snohomish County, the Hot August Hoops fundraiser for Arlington AAU nearly didnt go off as planned.

  • Aug 27, 2008
Determined local athlete Cody Kallstrom pushes past Leif Anderson for a shot at the basket.
Shawna Noble jaunts home from third base on a run scoring double from Brian Hardison.

Willards bombs lead Busted and Bruised over the Wrecking Crew

ARLINGTON A big first inning from the Wrecking Crew wasnt enough to hold off the hot bats of Busted and Bruised in their Aug. 1 rec league softball matchup.

  • Aug 27, 2008
Shawna Noble jaunts home from third base on a run scoring double from Brian Hardison.
Big fish

Big fish

George Wiederkehr, a 2007 graduate of Lakewood High School, holds up a 40-pound Chinook salmon he caught off Nootka Island, British Columbia on July 26

  • Aug 27, 2008
Big fish
Brandon Zachry rounds third base as part of his huge grand slam in the second inning.

Zachrys blast helps Cuz beat Bulldogs

ARLINGTON With the slowpitch format allowing for everybody to hit, big innings are the norm in rec league softball.

  • Aug 27, 2008
Brandon Zachry rounds third base as part of his huge grand slam in the second inning.
Coach Jim Barrio

Coach Barrio gives kids unforgettable experience

There were many tears shed following Stilly Valley fastpitchs 6-5 loss to San Marino, Calif. on Aug. 4.

  • Aug 27, 2008
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Anna Larson and Alexis Blakey recite the Little League pledge along with two members of San Marinos team prior to the matchup between the teams.

Dream season comes to an end

Stilly suffers heartbreaking 6-5 loss in regional tourney

  • Aug 27, 2008
Anna Larson and Alexis Blakey recite the Little League pledge along with two members of San Marinos team prior to the matchup between the teams.
Shortstop Kekoa Riggen grabs a long throw from catcher Dustin Ward to keep a Burlington baserunner at second.

Sixers pound Burlington 10-2

ARLINGTON Five innings were all it took for the Arlington 76ers to defeat Burlington and remain eligible to place in the Wally Evans Tournament over the holiday weekend.

  • Aug 27, 2008
Shortstop Kekoa Riggen grabs a long throw from catcher Dustin Ward to keep a Burlington baserunner at second.