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October 27th

Stags break into the state football rankings

October 27, 2011

The Deer Park football team continues to reach unprecedented heights this season.
The 7-1 Stags are ranked 10th with North Kitsap and Swin the latest Washington media pool for Class 2A schools. It is the first time the Stags have ever been ranked in the football poll.
Lynden, the only undefeated Class 2A team in the state is ranked No. 1 followed by defending champion Tumwater. Fellow Great Northern League school, Cheney, is ranked ninth.

October 25th

After 34 years, Stags defeat Bantams

October 25, 2011

The Deer Park football team can party likes its 1977.
The Stags finally ended 34 years of frustration (15 games) by defeating the Clarkston Bantams 27-25 on Friday.
The win finished the Stags’ Great Northern League season with a 4-1 mark (7-1 overall) and assures them a home playoff game on Nov. 8, 11 or 12. The Bantams fell to 2-3,
“The kids worked hard tonight,” said Stag head coach Keith Stamps, “nothing came easy.”

October 21st

Clarkston volleyball overpowers Deer Park

October 21, 2011

The Clarkston Bantams, relying on strong net play, swept Deer Park 25-15, 25-15, 25-18 in the Lady Stags’ 2011 home finale on Thursday.
The win improved Clarkston’s Great Northern League record to 8-3, while Deer Park fell to 4-7.
In the first game, the Bantams jumped out to a 10-6 lead. A Jamie Weisner kill stretched Clarkston’s lead to 14-7. A kill by the Lady Stags’ Ciera Sitton trimmed the lead to 21-13 but the Bantams rolled the rest of the way.

October 19th

DP's Perez is enjoying her senior season

October 19, 2011

Let the fun times begin!
Alisha Perez, a four-year member of the Deer Park volleyball team, has seen her fair share of in her first three years. While not competing for a Great Northern League championship this fall, the Lady Stags have beaten teams that never gave them a second thought in year’s past.
“At first, it was shocking,” said Perez on this year’s success, “but after a while yeah!”
Among those who fell this year was home-standing Cheney on Saturday.
The 5-foot-9 Perez, one of Deer Park’s main weapons at the net, said the Lady Stags’ win left some of the Blackhawks in tears.

October 12th

Lady Stag spikers sweep Medical Lake

October 12, 2011

The Deer Park volleyball team staged a pair of comebacks to defeat Medical Lake 25-15, 25-29, 25-23 in Great Northern League action on Tuesday.
The Lady Stags, who broke open a 10-10 tie to easily win the first game, fell behind early in the second game. An ace by the Cardinals Raquel Alsept game Medical Lake a 16-8 lead before the Lady Stags made their move.
Zoey Mohr’s kill through a pair of Cardinal blockers gave Deer Park a 20-19 lead. An ace by Haley Wainwright gave the Lady Stags some breathing room at 22-20 and they cruised the rest of the way.

October 11th

Strong second half carries Stags past Knights

October 11, 2011

The East Valley Knights wasted little time delivering its best shot Friday against Deer Park with two first quarter touchdowns.
It, however, was the Stags who delivered the knockout punch with a pair of fourth quarter touchdowns to secure a 42-25 win.
The victory improved the Stags’ Great Northern League record to 2-1 (5-1 overall), while East Valley fell to 1-1, 3-3.
“If we’re going to win the league title, we had to win this game,” said Stag head coach Keith Stamps, who saw his team lose a heartbreaker to Cheney the previous week.

October 5th

Eagles' second half explosion buries Lady Stags

October 5, 2011

The West Valley Eagles broke open a close game with a six-goal second half explosion to defeat Deer Park 8-2 in Great Northern League soccer action on Tuesday.
The win improved West Valley’s GNL record to 4-2 while Deer Park fell to 1-5.
Trailing 3-0 midway through the second half, the Lady Stags got on the scoreboard with an Alison Ruygrok goal. The Eagles retaliated with a Brittni Marro, her second of the game.
Nikki Ball also scored for Deer Park at the 67-minute mark.
West Valley outshot Deer Park 27-12.

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