Community roundup: Hubby wins top girls wrestling tourney

Kiley Hubby traveled to California and came home a champion.

The sophomore at Glacier Peak High School won her division at the Women’s West Coast Tournament of Champions held Dec. 15-16 in Rocklin, California.

Competing in the 161-pound High School Varsity division of a tournament that features some the best college and high school wrestlers from California and throughout the west, Hubby went undefeated in claiming her title.

She defeated Yelena Maroyed of Bella Vista, California, in the championship match, winning a 6-2 decision.

Hubby, who finished third at 140 pounds at the state tournament last February for Glacier Peak was the only high school wrestler from Washington to win a title.

Gurley earns freshman honors

Eastern Washington University football player Anfernee Gurley, a graduate of Archbishop Murphy High School, was named an NCAA Football Championship Subdivision first-team freshman All-American by Hero Sports.

Gurley, a true freshman defensive back, finished the season with 37 tackles, three passes defensed and two forced fumbles.

He was also a standout on special teams, earning third-team All-Big-Sky honors as a special teamer.

Marysville speed skaters win in Burlington

Rivals Speed, which represents the Marysville Inline Speed Skating Team, took home several first-place finishes at the Skagit Strong Speed Meet on Dec. 9-10 in Burlington.

Rivals was led by Jillian Schiessl and Shelbi Fleming, who finished 1-2 in the Elite Senior women’s division.

Other Rivals skaters who won their divisions were John Mueller in Elite Classic men, Angela Kemph in Elite Junior women, and Lucas Mueller in Tiny Tot boys.

In relay events, Schiessl and Fleming won the Senior 2-women, while Fleming and John Mueller won the Master 2-mix.

EvCC baseball ranked No. 1

The Everett Community College baseball team was ranked No. 1 in the 2018 Northwest Junior College Preseason Poll, as determined by the Northwest Junior College Poll Committee. Everett is coming off a season in which the Trojans finished second at the Northwest Athletic Conference tournament. Edmonds was ranked No. 10.

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