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High school girls basketball: Jackson 75, Eastlake 71

The Jackson High School girls basketball team defeated Eastlake High School 75-71 in an away game on Thursday, December 27, 2012.

 "Jackson's Faithaleen Lopez-Flores scored all 23 of her points in the second half and overtime to help Jackson come from behind against Eastlake. Sierra Anderson led the Timberwolves with 25 points and Jackson shot 29-for-36 as a team from the free throw line," reports the Everett Herald.

Jackson High School Jazz Ensemble perform at Mill Creek Women's Club Luncheon

Members and guests of the Mill Creek Women's Club were treated on Wednesday, December 19th, to a glorious program of holiday music from the Jackson High School Jazz Ensemble.

Members and guests of the Mill Creek Women's Club were treated on Wednesday, December 19th, to a glorious program of holiday music from the Jackson High School Jazz Ensemble under the expert direction of Lesley Moffatt, a jazz pianist and trombone player herself.

The Jazz Ensemble is comprised of 9th - 12th grade students who passed a rigorous audition process for selection into this talented group. All of the members are currently enrolled in either a wind or percussion ensemble.

High school boys basketball: Jackson 87, Kamiak 47

The Jackson High School boys basketball team defeated Kamiak High School 87-47 at Jackson High School on Thursday, December 20, 2012.

"Both teams came into the Wesco South 4A matchup undefeated in league play, but instead of a close contest for first place, the game quickly turned into a rout," reports David Krueger from the Everett Herald.

High school girls basketball: Jackson 63, Kamiak 46

The Jackson High School girls basketball team defeated Kamiak High School 63-46 at Kamiak High School on Thursday, December 20, 2012.

"Playing without star guard Kelli Kingma, Jackson got performances from Sierra Anderson and Faithaleen Lopez-Flores to defeat Lynnwood 63-46 in a Wesco 4A South game," reports the Everett Herald.

"Kingma's absence on Thursday night was due to a torn meniscus, according to Timberwolves head coach Jeannie Boyer."

High school boys basketball: Jackson 103, Lynnwood 55

The Jackson High School boys basketball team defeated Lynnwood High School 103-55 at Jackson High School on Friday, December 14, 2012.

 "Jason Todd was impressive on offense, scoring 32 for Jackson in a runaway Wesco 4A South victory. Todd made it a double-double with 12 rebounds and also had eight steals and five assists. Connor Willgress and Dan Kingma also made strong offensive contributions for the Timberwolves. Ryan McArthur paced Lynnwood with 13," reports the Everett Herald.

High school girls basketball: Jackson 62, Cascade 35

The Jackson High School girls basketball team defeated Cascade High School 62-35 at Cascade High School on Wednesday, December 12, 2012.

The Everett Herald reports, "Jackson's Faithaleen Lopez-Flores and Sierra Anderson each scored 13 points as the Timberwolves beat the Bruins in a Wesco 4A South contest. Morgan Joyce was Cascade's high scorer with eight."

High school boys basketball: Jackson 52, Edmonds-Woodway 48

The Jackson High School boys basketball team defeated Edmonds-Woodway High School 52-48 at Edmonds-Woodway High School on Friday, December 7, 2012.

"Jackson junior Jason Todd scored 31 points and the Timberwolves held off an Edmonds-Woodway's second-half run to win the Wesco 4A South league opener on Friday night," reports the Everett Herald.

High school girls basketball: Jackson 53, Edmonds-Woodway 50

Aaron Swaney of the Everett Herald reports that the Jackson High School girls basketball team defeated Edmonds-Woodway High School 53-50 at Jackson High School on Friday, December 7, 2012.

"Jackson's Faithaleen Lopez-Flores hit a big 3-pointer and teammate Anna Johnson hit two free throws in the final 2 minutes and Jackson held on as Edmonds-Woodway was unable to get off a 3-point attempt at the buzzer for a 53-50 victory in the Wesco 4A South opener for both teams," reports Swaney

High school boys basketball: Jackson 62, Glacier Peak 49

Aaron Lommers of the Everett Herald reports that the Jackson High School boys basketball team defeated Glacier Peak High School 62-49 at Glacier Peak High School on Friday, November 30, 2012.

"In the grand scheme of things, this was just an early season nonleague game and has no influence on the postseason. But the reality is these are two very good basketball teams with aspirations to make noise at their respective state tournaments. Both coaches seemed to understand what could be taken from a game that ultimately doesn't mean much," said Lommers.

New Jackson High School class teaches science research and project collaboration

A new class at Jackson High School requires science students to consult with statistics students on their research projects.

A new science class at Jackson High School is a “field test” for other high schools in the Everett School District. One innovative aspect of the Introduction to Engineering and Science Research class is that it requires science students to consult with statistics students on their research projects.

Jackson High School science teacher Kim Griggs is teaching a competitive Introduction to Engineering and Science Research class at Jackson High School for the first time this fall. Science research is a yearlong independent course designed to give high school students a hands-on opportunity to be real scientists.

2012 Mill Creek Jazz Festival

2012 Mill Creek Jazz Festival

On Saturday, November 17, 2012, the Jackson High School instrumental music department will host the 12th annual Mill Creek Jazz Festival.

Twenty-five high school and middle school jazz bands as well as the Western Washington University jazz ensemble will be performing throughout the day.

Over 650 students and thousands of parents and community members come to Jackson for this event each year.

Jackson High School students win award for creating Mill Creek food bank

Jackson High School students win award for creating Mill Creek food bank.

Student-inspired project forged public and private partnership efforts to create much needed community food bank service.

On Nov. 29, student and staff representatives of Jackson High School and Mill Creek volunteers will be honored at the 27th Annual Partnership Forum hosted by the county’s Human Services Council. They earned the 2012 Partnership Forum’s Youth Award because they brought together public agencies and private businesses to create a food bank for citizens of Mill Creek.

High school boys tennis: Jackson 7, Lynnwood 0

The Everett Herald reports that the Jackson High School boys tennis team defeated Lynwood High School 7-0 in a 4A tennis match at Jackson High School on Thursday, September 13th.

This win extends the Timberwolves' three year boys tennis team match winning streak.

"Singles--Peter Cung (J) def. Ryan Tsuji 6-1, 6-1; James Okubo (J) def. Brandon Pel 6-0, 6-1; Everet Wang (J) def. Andre Huang 6-0, 6-2; Grant Follis (J) def. Peter Veth 6-0, 6-2."

High school volleyball: Jackson 3, Bellarmine Prep 1

Aaron Lommers of the Everett Herald reports that the number 1 ranked Jackson High School volleyball team defeated number 3 ranked Bellarmine Prep 3-1 in a division 4A match at Jackson High School on Tuesday, September 11th.

Lommers reported, "There was definite purpose to scheduling a power like third-ranked Bellarmine Prep early in the season, Jackson volleyball coach Ashley Allen said."

High school boys tennis: Jackson 7, Edmonds-Woodway 0

The Everett Herald reports that the Jackson High School Timberwolves beat Edmonds-Woodway High School 7-0 in a 4A tennis match at home on Monday, September 10th.

"Singles--Ben Mietzner (J) def. Dylan Merrill 6-0, 6-0; Peter Cung (J) def. Jason Smarr 6-4, 6-3; James Okubo (J) def. Max Teer 6-2, 6-0; Everet Wang (J) def. Eric Bryant 6-0, 6-1."

High school football: Jackson 44, Everett 7

The Everett Herald reports that the Jackson High School Timberwolves beat Everett High School 44-7 at Everett Memorial Stadium on Friday, September 7th.

"Timberwolves quarterback Conor Plaisance threw two touchdowns to Trey Robinson and John-Robert Woolley added two scores on the ground to lead Jackson to a nonleague victory over Everett. Garret Wise caught a 71-yard pass from Nolan Rogge for the Seagulls' lone touchdown."

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