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Girls Basketball
Wesco - 4A
   Conf.  Overall
Lake Stevens131195
Glacier Peak122168
Mount Vernon311614

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2018-19 Varsity Girls Basketball Schedule

  Date Opponent Time Place  
Tue, Nov 27 Marysville-Getchell
7:15 PM Away MGHS
Tue, Dec 4 Everett
7:15 PM Home MarHS
Thu, Dec 6 Mountlake Terrace
7:15 PM Away MlkTerHS
* Tue, Dec 11 Monroe
7:15 PM Home MarHS
* Fri, Dec 14 Cascade
7:15 PM Away CasHS
* Tue, Dec 18 Jackson
7:15 PM Home MarHS
* Fri, Dec 21 Lake Stevens
7:15 PM Away LSHS
Sat, Dec 22 Marysville-Pilchuck
7:15 PM Home MarHS
* Fri, Jan 4 Mount Vernon
7:15 PM Home MarHS
* Tue, Jan 8 Glacier Peak
7:15 PM Away GPHS
* Thu, Jan 10 Kamiak
7:15 PM Home MarHS
* Tue, Jan 15 Monroe
7:15 PM Away MonHS
* Fri, Jan 18 Cascade
7:15 PM Home MarHS
* Tue, Jan 22 Jackson
7:15 PM Away JksnHS
* Fri, Jan 25 Lake Stevens
7:15 PM Home MarHS
* Tue, Jan 29 Mount Vernon
7:15 PM Away MVHS
* Fri, Feb 1 Kamiak
7:15 PM Away KamHS
* Tue, Feb 5 Glacier Peak
7:15 PM Home MarHS

Post Season (If Qualified)

  Date/Time Opponent Place / Result  
Feb 8 - Feb 174A District at Everett Community College
Feb 23 - Mar 34A Regionals & State at Tacoma Dome

AAU Team

Nov 1, 2015 7:15 AM

If anyone is interested in starting an AAU team for the middle schools (Voyager and Explorer) that feed Mariner HS please contact Mariner HS and leave a message for Coach Gibb


Mar 7, 2018 9:43 AM


Coaches awards

Mar 29, 2018 5:57 PM

Congratulations to Coach Corey Gibb for being awarded WESCO 4A Girls Coach of the year, Snohomish County Basketball Officials Girls Coach of the year, and the Everett Herald Girls Basketball Coach of the Year. Each one is a tremendous honor.

Coach Gibb Sportsmanship nomination

Feb 6, 2018 10:25 AM

Congrats Coach Gibb, for the sportsmanship nomination. This is from Snohomish County Basketball Officials Association.

“Corey has his girls playing hard on both ends of the floor. The improvement in his team over the course of this season is dramatic. His players never question the officials and they all obviously enjoy playing for him. Officials know that players (and fans) emulate the head coach. The fans of Mariner and the players exhibit the same great sportsmanship that Corey displays. When Corey has a question about a call, he addresses the officials fairly and with respect. Corey is a great role model for high school basketball. ”

Hannah Hezekiah Sportsmanship nomination

Feb 6, 2018 10:26 AM

Congrats! Hannah Hezekiah on your sportsmanship award from Snohomish County Basketball Officials Association.

“Hannah has been a four-year starter at Mariner HS. During that time period, I have officiated her team probably a dozen times. I don’t remember a SINGLE incident when Hannah has said anything negative to a player, official or her coach. She is a very talented offensive player who puts out effort on both ends of the floor. She is a team player who does not force shots. She shares the ball with her teammates and encourages them. She is a quiet leader as team captain and seems very coachable. Players like Hannah make officiating very enjoyable.”

Daily expectations

Nov 1, 2017 2:17 PM

Mariner Girls Basketball 2017-2018

“Do not let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do.”

  1. Be on the floor stretched, ready to practice at the start time listed on you practice schedule. Anyone not on the floor by the starting time, see your coach. He will decide if you will be turning out that night.

  1. Stretching will be done on your own prior to the listed start time.

  1. If you require taping, report early!!! Taping is not an excuse to be late. You are strongly encouraged to get ankle braces.

  1. Report to practice each night wearing proper practice gear (shorts, and a t-shirt or reversible). Check with your coach if you forget your top at home. Jewelry is not to be worn during practice, or games.

  1. You are expected to be at every practice! If you are ill and wish to be excused from practice communicate to your coach before going home. If you are home ill, call the school and leave a message to be delivered to your coach notifying him of your absence. Unexcused absences can lead to suspension or expulsion from the team. (There are few situations that will be accepted as an excused absence; family emergency, religious responsibility, or academic emergency being three possible exceptions).

  1. Consult a coach on any injury!! Your physical wellbeing is of vital importance to your performance. We will work with the training staff on all injuries. Do not treat any injury on your own. Do not leave the floor because of an injury without your coach’s approval. Take care of your feet by wearing several pairs of socks and have any blister treated by the training staff. All ice bags must be returned to the training room following icing, the ice removed into the sink, and the plastic bag placed in the garbage.

  1. You will be asked to give 100% effort at every practice. Do not neglect the important foundation necessary for any athletic performance: proper diet, lots of water, and plenty of sleep.

  1. Maintain a positive attitude and interact with teammates in a positive manner.

  1. Stop all activities immediately upon hearing the whistle and look to your coach for instructions.

  1. Ask relevant questions during drills, but no casual talking. Pay attention to every detail.

  1. Every turnout is carefully planned and designed to teach fundamental skills, team tactics and the mental approach necessary to become the best player and the best team we can be. DO NOT waste this opportunity by not being mentally and physically prepared for practice or by lack of focus at practice. The team that can execute fundamentals under game pressure often wins games. Practice at game speed whenever applicable.

  1. To be successful, a team must work together to achieve its potential. Friction between team members will result in a loss of strength from pulling against our selves. Once you enter the locker room, personal feelings must be forgotten in favor of a disciplined team effort.

  1. Players and parents will be expected to participate in off-season activities involving the Mariner Girl’s Basketball Program, if not involved in another sport. Ex. Spring, summer, and fall leagues, tournaments, clinics, practices, weight training, fundraising and conditioning.

  1. Players will be assigned to sweeping and “toweling” the floor for all three o’clock practices.

  1. Players’ rides need to be ON TIME! Coaches are required to wait with players until they get picked up. Please make the appropriate accommodations. We will release players after practice as close to the scheduled end time as possible, rides should be waiting for us, not us waiting for the ride. The consequences for picking players up late are as follows:

1st late pickup; warning

2nd late pickup; one-quarter suspension

3rd late pickup; two-quarter suspension

4th late pickup; possible expulsion from team

  1. The coaches and team captains will bring the necessary leadership to create a disciplined team effort. Although you may not always agree with the coach’s decision, do not let this disagreement affect your play or that of you teammates. If you have a question concerning your position on the team, or a problem affecting your play, feel free to request a conference with your coach. A conference between the coach of that team, then the head coach and player must happen before any parent meeting will be granted.

17. Players and parents will be open to players’ role on the team, regardless of player court time, scoring opportunities, etc. The roles established by the coaches should be shared accurately (by players) to limit confusion, ill feelings or general discontent.

Parent code of conduct

Nov 1, 2017 2:15 PM

Parent Code of Conduct

1) I will encourage good sporting-like behavior.

2) I will act as a positive role model by showing positive support for ALL players, coaches and game officials.

3) I will teach my player to play within the spirit, written rules and laws of the game.

4) I will support coaches and game officials who spend valuable time with my player.

5) I will learn the rules of the game.

6) I will never ridicule or yell at my player or other participants for making a mistake or losing a competition.

7) I will promote the emotional and physical well being of the athletes ahead of any personal desire I may have for my player to participate in a competition.

8) I will respect the officials and their authority during games and will not question, discuss, or confront coaches at the game, and will take time to speak with coaches at an agreed upon time and place.

9) I will refrain from coaching my child or other players during games and practices, unless I am one of the official coaches of the team.

10) I will respect my players’ teammates and fellow parents.

11) Families are expected to pay, either home or away, to enter contests unless prior arrangements have been made in advance with the athletic office.

12) I will encourage my daughter to direct questions to the coach (es) regarding playing time, and ways to improve.

13) I understand that arriving late to pick up by player from games or practices may result in her losing playing time, suspension from team, or even dismissal if it becomes a chronic problem.

The success of Mariner Girls Basketball depends on the support and contributions of many individuals. Sportsmanship is an issue that is strongly encouraged by the WESCO League and the Mariner Girls Basketball Program. Please help make your players season a successful one, by reading and signing the above written guidelines.

______________________________ _________

Parent (s) or guardian(s) signatures Date

meeting rules

Nov 1, 2017 2:07 PM

Rules for Meetings

  1. If appropriate, talk with your daughter about your question. What is her perspective? Has she spoken with the coach? If not, why? Players must speak with coach first, before any parent meeting will be scheduled.
  2. Set up a meeting with the coach if you still have questions. This should be an informational meeting where you ask questions, listen, and have a discussion. But, emotions and language must remain professional. Remember that the coach makes decisions for the good of the team based on practice, ability, attitude, and chemistry.

For any of these meetings, there are five guidelines:

  1. Conversations must be in a professional manner with regard to both language and conduct.
  2. Everyone gets a chance to talk, but everyone must listen as well.
  3. Emotional control by all parties is imperative.
  4. Meetings must not occur on game days, but rather by appointment, at least 24 hours is advance, and after all parties involved have a chance to reflect on the situation.
  5. Basketball is an emotional game. DO NOT CONFRONT A COACH ON GAME DAY, OR AFTER A GAME.


  1. Playing time
  2. Game strategies
  3. Other players

Game conduct

Nov 1, 2017 2:18 PM
  1. Unacceptable game, bench, locker room, bus, floor conduct and consequences:
    1. May result in player being benched for the remainder of the game, game (s) suspension or dismal from team.
    2. Behavioral Technical fouls may result in a player being benched for the entire game, game suspension (s), or dismal from team.
    3. Non-behavioral technical fouls may result in a short-term removal from the game, game suspension (s) or dismal from team.
    4. Improper bench, bus, locker room, or floor conduct by being negative, un-coachable, disrespectful or not supporting teammates, may result in a short-term or long-term removal from the game, game suspension (s), or dismal from team depending on the severity of the conduct.
  2. Game day attire:
    1. Away games: specific attire will be defined for each away game.
    2. Home games: dress slacks, skirts, dresses, and appropriate dress shirt. On some occasions this attire may change.
    3. Players are expected to have team warm-ups and worn when directed to.
    4. All players will have team mandated socks.

**One game suspension for violating team dress policy**

  1. Bus travel
    1. Players are expected to ride on the team bus to develop camaraderie between the players. Under special circumstances, a parent may request to take an athlete to an away game, with the coaches’ permission and must be signed out.
    2. Poor conduct on the bus may result in discipline, up to and including removal from the team, depending on the severity of the violation.
    3. Players are expected to be at school a minimum of 15 minutes prior to planned bus departure time.

Discipline for being late is as follows, unless approved by a coach:

  1. First tardy-benched for one quarter
  2. Second tardy-one game suspension
  3. Third tardy-two game suspension and mandatory meeting with coaching staff
  4. Fourth tardy-removal from the team
  5. Religious commitments
  6. Job related (with note from employer specifying hours)
  1. Vacations
    1. Players are expected to practice during Thanksgiving and Christmas Vacation. Only excuses that will be accepted:

*I understand that players and families will schedule family trips over breaks. Please understand that while you may be gone, other players are still at practice working hard. It is very possible that you may lose your place in the game rotation and minutes will be lost.

We want our players to represent our school and our program in a professional manner. We expect our player’s appearance to be well kept and neat. Regulations and procedures.


Nov 1, 2017 2:18 PM



Rules and Regulations

The following rules of conduct are intended to provide each athlete with a clear understanding of her obligation as a leader and a participant in the Mariner Girl’s Basketball Program.

  1. We will be consistent with the safety guidelines of the Mukilteo School District in regard to use and/or possession of alcohol, drugs and tobacco. Athlete’s shall not use and/or be in possession of drugs, alcohol, or tobacco products.
  2. All athletes are expected to meet the following expectations:
    1. Obey all school rules and regulations.
    2. Maintain a satisfactory attendance record by attending all regularly scheduled classes unless appropriately approved.
    3. Meet both WIAA and Mukilteo School District academic regulations.
    4. Student-Athletes in danger of failing will be required to attend study table. If performance does not improve, coaching staff may suspend player from team.
    5. Must attend 3 classes or 1/2 day of school in order to practice or play in a game that day.
  3. Attend all practices and other team events unless excused by a coach in advance.
  4. Follow all written regulations established by coaching staff.

Practice Guidelines

Practice is our opportunity to improve as a team and as individuals. Team members are expected to be ready to participate 15 minutes prior to the official start of practice. Practice schedules will be issued for the entire year, with the slim chance times could possibly vary occasionally. “It’s better to be 15 minutes early, than one minute late.”

  1. Practice expectations for Mariner Basketball Players.
    1. Attend all practices on time.
    2. Be coachable with a willingness to accept coaching, doing your best to improve each practice.
    3. Be a good teammate by not talking negatively about teammates, arguing, etc.
    4. Be enthusiastic and have a positive attitude.
  2. Players are expected to inform their coach ahead of time if they are going to be late or miss practice. Players are to notify the coach at the school or at home. DO NOT SEND TEAMMATES OR PARENTS TO INFORM YOUR COACH. Practices will not be excused for ride issues, or if a coach is notified less than 1 hour before the start of practice. Unexcused absences can include: vacation, work, or illness if not accompanied by a doctor or parent note or schedule from employer.
    1. Discipline for unexcused practice absences.
  1. Per each one unexcused missed practices the consequence will be one half of a game per practice missed.
  2. After two unexcused missed practices the consequence will move to a full game.
  3. After three missed unexcused practices dismissal from team is warranted.
  4. First tardy-physical conditioning with a coach
  5. Second tardy-physical conditioning and a conference with team captains, parents, and coaches
  6. Third tardy-loss of playing time and parent contact
  7. Fourth tardy-removal from team
    1. Discipline for being tardy to practice:

  1. Players are expected to be coachable and exhibit proper conduct, as described by the school policy, during practice.
    1. Reasons to remove players from practice:
  1. Fighting with a teammate (physical or verbal). Fighting will result in an immediate removal from practice.
  2. Talking back to a member of the coaching staff.
  3. Lazy or quarrelsome attitude.
  4. Negative attitude towards teammates.
  5. Lack of focus during practices (poor effort, disruptive side conversations).
  6. Swearing
  7. Confrontations with teachers or administrators during school day.
  8. In-house suspension.
  9. Verbal warning
  10. Removal from practice
  11. One game suspension and meeting with coaching staff and parents
    1. Discipline for failing to comply with team’s practice guidelines may include:

Expected Game Conduct

Players are expected to be coachable as well as represent the school, community, and themselves in the most positive manner. Players are expected to demonstrate good sportsmanship and citizenship at all times.


Mar 7, 2018 9:45 AM

On behalf of the girls and myself I would like to say THANK YOU to all the parents, family members, and student body that came out and supported us this season and into playoffs. Thanks again!

Coach Gibb

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