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The Panthers’ opportunistic offense and stingy defense helped clamp down on the Spartans.
The Panthers limited the Mavericks to 54 rushing yards in their 38-6 victory.
Senior Isaiah Lewis rushes for 200 yards and scores four total TDs in a dominating Bearcats win.
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Last week, the Marysville Pilchuck football team’s offense couldn’t find the end zone until the waning moments of its season-opening loss. The Tomahawks… Continue reading
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Forget the spread offense. Cascade, a Wing-T team, showcased its own take on the ever-popular system during the Bruins’ season opener. “We feel… Continue reading
The AquaSox’s playoff chances were slim heading into Wednesday’s series finale against Eugene. Now they’re on complete life support. Everett’s offense couldn’t take… Continue reading
With one swing of the bat Eugene Helder played hero for the AquaSox. After squandering an early 3-0 lead, Everett tied the game… Continue reading
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that feeling that something special is about to happen — whenever… Continue reading
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