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 By David Pan    Sports    January 22, 2020 

Knights down Marauders | Girls basketball

Kamiak was looking for a jump-start in the second half. After not practicing for three days due to the snow, the Knights seemed a little off during the first two quarters against Mariner, despite...

 By David Pan    Sports    January 22, 2020 

Mariner holds off Kamiak | Boys basketball

Mariner overcame a sluggish first half with tough defense and key free throws to edge district rival Kamiak. The Marauders erased a 6-point halftime deficit by outscoring the Knights 18-7 in the third...

 By David Pan    Sports    January 22, 2020 

Knights take down Marauders | Boys wrestling

The Kamiak and Mariner wrestling teams both had reasons to feel upbeat after Friday's clash. With the more complete lineup, the Knights prevailed 54-25 in a Wesco 4A dual meet Jan. 17 at Kamiak High...

 By David Pan    Sports    January 15, 2020

Mariner edges Monroe for second dual meet victory | Swimming

A smaller Mariner boys swim team came up big in its first dual meet of 2020. James Smith and Itzack Tambanua each recorded a pair of individual victories and the Marauders also claimed two relays to...

 By David Pan    Sports    January 15, 2020

Knights appear to be on track for state title defense | Swimming

The Kamiak boys swim team viewed the Kentridge Invitational as a good test against some of the top teams in the state, including defending 3A state champion Bainbridge and 4A runner-up Curtis. The...

 By David Pan    Sports    January 15, 2020

Strong defense lifts Mariner to early season wins | Girls basketball

At first glance, the final score of Mariner's loss to Lake Stevens might seem startling. The Vikings defeated the Marauders 72-15 in a Wesco 4A girls basketball game Tuesday, Jan. 7, at Mariner High...

 By David Pan    Sports    January 8, 2020

Strong first-half performance lifts Kamiak past Cascade | Boys basketball

A busy schedule during the holiday break helped keep Kamiak sharp heading back into league play. The Knights' defense clamped down Cascade from the tipoff, as Kamiak sprinted to a 19-6 lead after the...

 By David Pan    Sports    January 8, 2020

Knights start off the new year with improved play | Girls basketball

Three days after its worst loss of the season, Kamiak responded with two of its better performances. The Knights took a positive step forward in a 48-42 loss to Meadowdale in a nonconference girls...

 By David Pan    Sports    January 8, 2020

Mariner pulls away from Jackson in second half | Boys basketball

The stakes were high when Mariner hosted Jackson – even for an early regular-season matchup. Coming into Friday’s game, the Marauders and Timberwolves were two of the three teams in the league...

 By David Pan    Sports    December 31, 2019

Club celebrates 50 years of service to soccer community

When Mike Jones founded the Mukilteo Youth Soccer Club, his primary motivation was to provide a safe outlet for his two athletically inclined sons. Jones had played American football and suffered...


Remembering the best of 2019 | Year in Review

Mukilteo athletes left quite an impression during the second half of 2019. Prep sports fans saw Kamiak's Ellie Straume close out her spectacular career with a state title at the 4A swimming...


Kamiak grad runs at NCAA Division III championships | Cross country

Kamiak High School graduate Leah Clark made quite a debut during her freshman season on the Emory University women's cross country team. Clark was named to the All-Region team at the NCAA Division... Full story


Athletes, teams left their mark in 2019

Prep sports fans had plenty to cheer about in 2019. Kamiak and Mariner athletes providing many thrilling moments, ranging from noteworthy postseason appearances to state titles. Kamiak's Vlad Gilszmer...

 By David Pan    Sports    December 18, 2019

Kamiak's Cantini ready for challenging season | Wrestling

Kamiak senior Diana Cantini usually knows the competition in her weight class pretty well. At the Yelm Jump On In tournament, Cantini had wrestled her first two opponents in previous invitationals. Bu...

 By David Pan    Sports    December 18, 2019

Marauders hoping to build on successful start to the season | Wrestling

The numbers for the Mariner boys wrestling team are down a little bit from last year, but coach Joe Barrington-Richards has been pleased by what he's seen on the mat. "It's nice to see the high...

 By David Pan    Sports    December 18, 2019

Strong showing for Kamiak boys at Spud Walley tournament | Wrestling

The Kamiak boys wrestling team returns a mix of veterans along with some promising newcomers. The combination was good enough for a fourth-place tie at the 35th annual Spud Walley tournament...

 By David Pan    Sports    December 11, 2019

Knights hope balanced attack leads to success | Boys basketball

The Kamiak boys basketball team is going to be leaning heavily on its lone senior – Charlie Powers. The first-team, all-Wesco 4A guard led the Knights in scoring and helped his team to the Wes-King...

 By David Pan    Sports    December 11, 2019

Mariner serving up winning combo of veterans, youth | Boys basketball

The Mariner boys basketball team heads into the 2019-20 season with two distinct groups of players. The Marauders return an experienced core – seniors Simon Fanuel, Tony MacArthur, Diego...


Kamiak improves to 2-0 | Girls basketball

Junior Kendall Carroll scored a team-high 12 points to lead Kamiak to a 40-38 victory over Stanwood in a nonconference girls basketball game Thursday, Dec. 5, at Kamiak High School. The Knights struggled early on against the Spartans, falling behind...

 By David Pan    Sports    December 4, 2019

Veteran players boost prospects for Marauders | Girls basketball

When it comes to rebounding, the Mariner girls basketball team is simply going to have to outwork the opposition. The Marauders graduated most of their height from last year with 5-foot-9 senior Tina...

 By David Pan    Sports    December 4, 2019

Kamiak's seniors looking to build on team chemistry | Girls basketball

The Kamiak girls basketball team heads into the season with an experienced roster of players who are determined to go out on a high note. Eight seniors return for the Knights, the highest ever for the...


Scholarships to be awarded by officials

Two Mariner and one Kamiak football player are among the 51 scholar athletes scheduled to be honored at the 38th annual Snohomish County Football Officials Hall of Fame Scholar Athlete Banquet. Mariner’s Karan Singh and Roman Savchuk, and Kamiak... Full story

 By David Pan    Sports    November 27, 2019

Kamiak graduate named new head baseball coach

Clarence Trinidad is excited to be back at Kamiak High School. Trinidad, a 1996 alum, recently was hired as the Knights' new head baseball coach. This will be the third time Trinidad has donned the...


Marauders advance to Northwest Regional title contest

The Mariner Marauders 89ers team came up just a game short of a trip to Canton, Ohio, for the championship round of the World Youth Football Championship. Mariner lost 50-12 to Orting in the 9U...

 By David Pan    Sports    November 20, 2019

Kamiak's Straume captures state championship | Swimming

Kamiak's Elli Straume joined some pretty elite company last weekend. The senior became only the third female swimmer or diver in school history to win an individual state title. Straume finished...


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