Mariner-Kamiak rivalry hits YouTube

It’s fair to call tonight’s Mariner-Kamiak boys basketball showdown the rubber match between the two Mukilteo School District schools. The Marauders football team beat Kamiak 50-22 on the gridiron back in October and the Knights won on a Henderson Belk buzzer beater in the teams’ first matchup on the hardwood.

So it’s no coincidence that the two schools took to YouTube for some friendly trash talking this week in advance of tonight’s game (Tip is at 8 p.m. at Mariner H.S.)

First Mariner posted the video below on Jan. 16:

Then Kamiak posted this video asking the age-old question: What is a Marauder and what does it have to do with a whale?

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