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Heartbreak for Lakewood girls soccer
The transformation of a young Arlington Eagle volleyball team is in full swing and leading the way is first year coach Cari Britt. An completely revitalized squad appeared on the court Sept. 20 for the Eagles match against Meadowdale, one that looked more than competent and improving at every position.
Arlington soccer clobbers Monroe
New field turf has been installed at the Soccer First Indoor Sports Center in Arlington. The center took on a new look and a new feel for all interested in competing in the indoor sports sessions this fall.
The improved Arlington boys tennis team took two victories from their Sept. 21 clash with Cascade.
Coach Monica Rooney believes her volleyball team this year has great potential. The coach of the Cougars squad saw promising signs as the team took on Kings High School in a league match Sept. 18.
The transformation of a young Arlington Eagle volleyball team is in full swing and leading the way is first year coach Cari Britt.
Field goal block and stout running game combine for win in overtime thriller
DARRINGTON The Darrington Loggers girls basketball team got hot at the right time and moved on to Tri-Districts with a convincing win over Christian Faith 54-32 on Feb. 12.
A tall, athletic Quilcene Ranger team came to Darrington with high hopes of spoiling the Loggers playoff run. It turned out they were no match for the sweet shooting Logger team, who won handily 70-42.
ARLINGTON Kyra Prause started off hot and stayed that way for the Arlington Eagles girls basketball team as they clubbed the Lynnwood Royals 59-33 on Feb. 14.
TACOMA A large contingent of area wrestlers made their way to the Tacoma Dome on Feb. 15-16 to compete in the most intense state tournament competition Washington has to offer.
For the second consecutive year, the Marysville Wolverines hoisted the championship trophy.
In a run-up to their camp at Western Washington University June 23-27, players from the Lakewood football team vied in a 7-on-7 passing tournament at the University of Washington.
GRANITE FALLS The Stilly Valley All-Star team overcame the sweltering conditions to defeat an overwhelmed Granite Falls squad in the second round of the fastpitch all-star tournament.
While the eighth-grade Arlington boys have proven their muster over four years of AAU play, the girls arent about to be overlooked.
LYNNWOOD The Marysville American All-Stars got their first win as a team in the opening round of the 2008 tournament, stomping their counterparts from Stanwood-Camano 18-0.
LYNNWOOD In one of the tournaments closest games of opening day, the Marysville National All-Star team defeated the Alderwood All-Stars in a pitching duel, 4-1.
ARLINGTON Doug Plucker, head coach of the Arlington High School boys baseball team, was up-front about their 8-2 loss to Stanwood April 9.
MARYSVILLE In a defensive sparring match, the Arlington and M-P fastpitch teams went seven rounds before the Tomahawks delivered the knockout punch.