The Panthers earn a 3-1 win over the Bearcats on Tuesday night to stay unbeaten in league play.
Lake Stevens and GP suffer out-of-state losses, Monroe’s offense keeps rolling and Snohomish picks up a key league win.
With talented quarterback Blake Springer and a slew of potential playmakers, the Bearcats feature a dangerous spread attack.
Led by its dangerous offense, Monroe is the league favorite. Snohomish and Edmonds-Woodway are also in the mix.
Plus, a host of local collegians earn preseason honors, Jake Luton gets released by the Jaguars and more.
The Monroe senior scored a school-record 29 goals and led the Bearcats to a third-place finish at state.
The do-it-all Stanford-bound senior shortstop broke school records and led Monroe to a 5th-place state finish.
The Bearcats rebound from a tough semifinals loss to rout O’Dea 6-0.
Skyview scores 4 runs in the bottom of the 7th to rally for a 4-3 walkoff win, denying the Timberwolves a shot at a 3-peat.
The Bearcats allow two extra-time goals and lose to Mercer Island 3-2.
Monroe will make its second state semifinal appearance in program history on Friday afternoon.
Nine local high school softball teams are playing in their respective state tournaments this weekend.
Marysville Getchell earns its 1st state berth in program history. Arlington and Monroe also punch their tickets.
The Mahler, Nagy and Oylear sisters make up two-thirds of the state-hopeful Bearcats’ starting lineup.
Kamiak, Shorecrest, Monroe and Edmonds-Woodway are headed to their respective state tournaments.
The Bearcats defeat Shorewood 2-0 in a winner-to-state, loser-out 3A District 1 Tournament match.
The Panthers come back from a pair of multi-run deficits to beat the Bearcats 7-6 and secure the Wesco 3A/2A crown.
After many years of losing, the Bearcats are hoping to earn the program’s first state berth in 20 years.
Also, Lake Stevens grad sets college record, EvCC claims “T” Trophy and Monroe alum wins NWAC honors.
The Bearcats beat the Eagles 11-6 to move into a three-way tie for second place in the crowded Wesco 3A/2A North standings.