Marysville Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Marysville, WA

  • Tuesday Feb 24 | via West Seattle Herald 

    Seattle Lutheran hung tough against state's top-rank...

    Playing against Lummi Nation, the No. 1, state-ranked, team in the 1B classification, the Seattle Lutheran boys basketball team led by five points late in the third quarter, had the momentum, but could not hang onto it, losing, 62-48, to the Blackhawks in a 1B Tri-District Tournament semifinal game Thursday.

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  • Friday Feb 20 | via HeraldNet 

    Eagles soar at Mat Classic: Arlington sits in third ...

    In a coaching career that dates back to his time at the helm of what was then called Western Washington State College beginning in 1972, Rick Iversen has seen just about everything there is to see in wrestling. But this year's edition of the Arlington Eagles has surprised the veteran coach at every postseason turn, culminating with his squad sitting third in the team standings after Day 1 at Mat Classic XXVII at the Tacoma Dome, just seven points behind first-place Enumclaw and 6.5 back of North Central.

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  • Thursday Feb 19 | via Marysville Globe 

    Heritage beats Northwest Yeshiva 79-69

    The Tulalip Heritage boys basketball team defeated Northwest Yeshiva 79-69 in a loser-out game in the 1B tri-district tournament. Tulalip's next opponent is to be announced, but will play again Friday, Feb. 20 at Mount Vernon Christian at 6:30 p.m. We encourage an open exchange of ideas on this story's topic, but we ask you to follow our guidelines for respecting community standards.

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  • Thursday Feb 19 | via Peninsula Daily News 

    Boys Basketball: Neah Bay hits the glass, topples Tu...

    Plain and simple, the Neah Bay's boys basketball team wanted it more. "It" being the basketball, the victory over a talented Tulalip Heritage squad and a guaranteed spot at regionals that came with the win.

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  • Wednesday Feb 18 | via HeraldNet 

    Grizzlies outlast Tommies: Hatch scores 28 to lead G...

    Marysville Pilchuck's Cole Grinde and Glacier Peak's Brady Southard go for a loose ball during a 3A boys district tournament semifinal at Jackson High School on Wednesday. Glacier Peak's Grant Peltier attempts a shot with Marysville Pilchuck's Nate Heckendorf defending during a 3A boys district tournament semifinal at Jackson High School on Wednesday.

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  • Wednesday Feb 18 | via Marysville Globe 

    Tommies lose to Glacier Peak 56-55

    The Marysville-Pilchuck boys basketball team lost the second round of the 3A district tournament to Glacier Peak 56-55. We encourage an open exchange of ideas on this story's topic, but we ask you to follow our guidelines for respecting community standards.

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  • Wednesday Feb 18 | via HeraldNet 

    Grizzlies outlast Tommies

    Hatch made eight 3-pointers and finished with 28 points as the Grizzlies outlasted Marysville Pilchuck 56-55 in a 3A District 1 semifinal Wednesday night at Jackson High School. "To win a game like this you have to have some guys step up and he did," said Glacier Peak head coach Brian Hunter.

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  • Tuesday Feb 17 | via HeraldNet 

    Going out in style: Thata s the goal for Western Was...

    In four years with the Western Washington University women's basketball team, Sydney Donaldson has enjoyed some great experiences. But in the final weeks of her college career, she is hoping for at least one more.

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  • Tuesday Feb 17 | via Peninsula Daily News 

    Prep Basketball: Neah Bay boys, girls play Tri-Distr...

    Four North Olympic Peninsula basketball teams continue postseason play tonight, including a pair of Class 1B Tri-District tournament games in Port Angeles. The undefeated and fourth-ranked Neah Bay girls open tonight's doubleheader against Shoreline Christian at 5:30 p.m. at Port Angeles High School.

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  • Saturday Feb 14 | via HeraldNet 

    Prep boys basketball: Tulalip Heritage 76, Crosspoin...

    Aryik Miranda and Robert Miles Jr. combined for 47 points to lead Tulalip Heritage past Crosspoint Academy in a play-in game for the 1B Tri-District tournament on Saturday afternoon. Crosspoint Academy-Jared Cattell 3, Jeremiah Patty 6, Jai Zahae 12, Cody Arns 4, Michael Shea 23, Taylor Baxter 10, James Apodoca 6, Jackson Kimmell 0. Tulalip Heritage-Robert Miles 21, Braxtin Lake 0, Anthony McLean 12, Jesse Louie 3, Aryik Miranda 26, Dontae Jones 14, Breshears 0. 3-point goals-Crosspoint Academy: Cattell 1, Patty 2; Tulalip Heritage: Miranda 4, Jones 2, McLean 1. Records-Crosspoint Academy not reported.

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  • Friday Feb 13 | via Marysville Globe 

    Eagles boys and girls basketball enter playoffs

    The Arlington girls basketball team clinched the No. 1 seed in the 3A district tournament defeating Marysville Getchell 62-40 Feb. 9. Nathan Aune led the Eagles with 19 points and teammate Drew Bryson added 17. For MG, Cameron Burns scored 11 points and Deyon Robertson added 10. Arlington will advance to the 3A district boys tournament as the No.

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  • Thursday Feb 12 | via HeraldNet 

    From 1 win to 15: Senior guard has keyed dramatic tu...

    Because it wasn't that long ago that wins were pretty hard to come by for Painter and the Tomahawks. Painter is the only remaining player who was on the Marysville Pilchuck varsity team that went 1-19 in the 2012-13 season - his sophomore year.

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Marysville High Schools

Marysville Alternative High School (4317 76th Street NE)
Marysville Arts And Technology High School (6332 31st Avenue NE)
Marysville Junior High School (1605 7th Street)
Marysville Pilchuck High School (5611 108th Street NE)