North Marion Improves To 2-2 On Season

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com SALEM, Ore.– Weather in Oregon can be merciful this time of year. In the admist of their fifth-game this week, the back-end of a doubleheader with Blanchet Catholic Friday afternoon, a band of rain abruptly ended their game with the Cavailers during the fourth inning with North Marion leading 2-1 in…

North Marion Goes 4-For-4 In Opening Week

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com AURORA, Ore.– The boys of North Marion didn’t skip a beat trading in their Air Jordan’s for the Easton baseball bats this week, turning and burning from basketball season straight into baseball season. Four games in a week is grueling physically and mentally following three straight days of basketball State, but…

North Marion Finishes Fourth 48-38 Over Banks

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com FOREST GROVE, Ore.– The trilogy didn’t disappoint between Banks and North Marion Saturday morning. The atmosphere felt like the third-fifth place matchup again, and there was a feeling that the circumstances should have been different than the fourth-sixth place game they were in. Coming off tough Day 1 losses, the Huskies…

North Marion Over Marshfield For 2nd Time

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com FOREST GROVE, Ore.– The only team to have defeated Marshfield in the regular season found a way to do it again. North Marion played the final 5:44 of the game without guard Mar Verastegui, who fouled out with the Huskies holding seemingly a tough eight-point lead with how their defense bounced…

North Marion Holds Off Henley’s Upset Bid For Elite 8-Berth

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com AURORA, Ore.– Similar to Sergio Jimenez’ clutch free throws to help the North Marion boys clinch the Tri-Valley Conference title over Gladstone on February 15, the Huskie girls too had their moment at the free throw line late in Saturday’s playoff game against Henley. When Raymee Boese walked up to the…

Verastegui Gets POY, Bodine COY In TVC

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com AURORA, Ore.–  The North Marion girls nearly swept the first-team honors as four Huskies were named to the First-Team All-League Team.  Of the four, North Marion also got the Player of The Year in senior guard Mar Verastegui. “Honestly, it’s something that I never thought I would get and it feels…

Jimenez POY, Wagner COY In TVC

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com AURORA, Ore.–  After a great regular season that featured strong performances by North Marion High School, the Huskies Boys Basketball team were honored with two big honors in the Player of the Year and Coach of the Year. Sergio Jimenez was named Player of the Year after help leading North Marion…

North Marion’s Morcom Signs LOI To Multnomah University

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com AURORA, Ore.–  The setter is an important position on the volleyball court.  He or she depending if it’s Boys Volleyball or Girls Volleyball is like the Point Guard of the play and assist their teammates in more ways than not. Two years ago, North Marion’s Emma Morcom made the move from…

North Marion Slips By Gladstone, At Least Share Of Title

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com AURORA, Ore.– The play was there. A backdoor cut to the basket. North Marion and Gladstone were knotted up at 49 and the Tri-Valley Conference title were in front of them. The next two points in the Huskies 51-49 win became the hardest as Jared Hauser received the in-bounds pass and…

Game Within The Game

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com AURORA, Ore.– A year after defeating Cascade on Senior Night, the North Marion Girls came home for Senior Night as Champions of the Tri-Valley Conference. It’s a cool feeling as they laced it up against Gladstone Friday night in front of their home crowd and even took turns cutting down the…

North Marion Pulls Away From Molalla

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com AURORA, Ore.– A slow start plagued North Marion in their 66-36 win over Molalla Friday night. The Huskies defense held the Indians to 15 points the first 10:30 of the game, but until a Mya Hammack-to-Raymee Boese connection, it was a neck-to-neck game that was 16-15 North Marion after Boese’s basket. “I…

North Marion Boys Overcome Slow Start For Third League Win

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald733@gmail.com AURORA, ORE.– North Marion boys basketball came out a tad sluggish Tuesday night against Estacada as the Rangers opened the game up on a 7-2 run on the Huskies in both squads Tri-River Conference game. But that lull in a night where North Marion featured a new line-up announcement, the Huskies…