Articles written by Chris Trujillo

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 By Chris Trujillo    Sports

Kamiak can't sustain strong start against Monroe | Football

Kamiak football coach Bryant Thomas intentionally created a schedule that hardly favors his youthful, inexperienced squad. His plan is meant to test their confidence and will to... — Updated 9/28/2022

 By Chris Trujillo    Sports

New Mariner coach sees major improvement | Girls soccer

Mariner soccer player Jolyn Ngobi saw an injured teammate struggling to get off the field. So, like any good teammate, Ngobi hoisted the injured player on her back and carried her... — Updated 9/28/2022

 By Chris Trujillo    Sports 

Marauders use ground game to beat Chargers | Football

Mariner running back Cartez Williams rushed for 101 yards and a touchdown in the Marauders’ 33-6 road victory over Marysville-Getchel in a nonconference football game Friday, Sept. 23, at Quil Ceda Stadium. It was his second... — Updated 9/28/2022

 By Chris Trujillo    Sports 

Mariner focuses on being a stronger, smarter team | Volleyball

Stronger. Smarter. Better. The Mariner volleyball team is embracing a fresh motto to shake off past seasons' woes to become a stronger, smarter, and in the end, a better team. "Our... — Updated 9/28/2022

 By Chris Trujillo    Sports

Mariner takes down Everett 19-7 in its home opener | Football

Mariner senior Macky James returned an interception 90 yards for a score in the game’s final seconds to seal a 19-7 victory over Everett Friday, Sept. 9, at Goddard Stadium. “It’s nice to get the home opener out of the way be... — Updated 9/15/2022

 By Chris Trujillo    Sports

Mariner bringing good energy, competitiveness | Boys tennis

Who would have thought that an innocent game of rock, paper, scissors two years ago would impact the 2022 Mariner tennis roster? Certainly not Zack Tambanua. Having never played ten... — Updated 9/14/2022

 By Chris Trujillo    Sports

Penalties prove costly for Knights in season opener

An onslaught of penalties played a monstrous part in Kamiak's season-opening 28-14 loss to Arlington in a nonconference football game Friday, Sept. 2, at Goddard Stadium. "I think... — Updated 9/14/2022

 By Chris Trujillo    Sports

Defending league champs retooling lineup

It's a good possibility that Kamiak boys tennis coach Jeff Gilbert's job won't be the walk-in-the-park gig it was last year. The Knights strolled through the Wesco 4A, winning... — Updated 9/14/2022

 By Chris Trujillo    Sports

Mariner cheer team: Competitive and kind

It takes more than talent to land a spot on the Mariner High School cheer team. Mariner coach Katrina Craddock only seeks athletes with impeccable character, kindness, and a strong... — Updated 8/24/2022

 By Chris Trujillo    News

The Wine was Fine

Spectacular blue skies, the stunning Mukilteo shoreline, and good wine made for a perfect summer day at the Mukilteo Wine Fest in Old Town Saturday, Aug. 13. "We love coming down to... — Updated 8/24/2022

 By Chris Trujillo    News

Celebrating Korean American culture

After being appointed to the Mukilteo City Council in January, Councilmember Jason Moon said one of his priorities was to launch an inaugural Korean American Appreciation Day. Now,... — Updated 8/24/2022

 By Chris Trujillo    Schools

Mukilteo School District details student search policy

Student personal property searches made a scant list of topics discussed at the Mukilteo School District board meeting Monday, Aug. 22. If there’s reasonable suspicion, a student’s personal property, locker, or automobile may... — Updated 8/24/2022

 By Chris Trujillo    News

Kamiak grad, TikTok star

Have you ever swiped through TikTok and found yourself spiraling down a rabbit hole with no light in sight? If not, chances are you missed the litter of dancing puppies. Amusing,... — Updated 8/18/2022

 By Chris Trujillo    News

Irish dancing is in Mukilteo man's blood

There's dancing, then there's Irish dancing. For 20-year-old Mukilteo resident Ciaran Barrett, it's in his blood. Barrett, who is second-generation Irish, has been learning and... — Updated 7/27/2022

 By Chris Trujillo    News

Making beautiful music together

Musicians from 1,000 cities and 120 countries gathered on June 21 to observe Global Make Music Day. People would pour into the streets, cafes, parks, and plazas to share their... — Updated 7/6/2022

 By Chris Trujillo    A & E

Mukilteo rapper gets Marshawn Lynch's attention

The coronavirus disease brought unbearable loss, confusion and anxiety to many. But for Mukilteo rapper Reggie Bryce (real name: Reggie Sapida) and best friend and music producer Jo... — Updated 6/29/2022


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