‘T’ Trophy gives extra juice to Everett and Edmonds rivalry
Their campuses? Separated by just 17 miles.
Their sports teams? Often adjacent to one another in the standings.
Their coaches? Usually recruiting the same players.
Their mascots? Sharing a first letter.
Get ready Snohomish County. The sports rivalry between the county’s two community colleges was just injected with a heavy dose of vitamin T.
Everett Community College and Edmonds Community College have long been rivals in the Northwest Athletic Conference’s North Region. However, the schools have something new to play for in 2018-19 with the introduction of the “T” Trophy.
See current 'T' Trophy standings
The “T” Trophy is a new competition between the two schools. Named for the schools’ mascots (Everett’s Trojans and Edmonds’ Tritons), the trophy will be awarded at the end of the school year to the school that wins the most head-to-head meetings across all team sports. It’s adding some extra juice to what’s a natural rivalry.
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