On Tuesday, December 9th the Tomahawks' girls basketball team went to the gym for a practice like any other, only to get a visit from one of those professional athletes, along with two of her coaches, who wanted to recognize the resiliency and perseverance of a team and a community that has been through a lot in the past 6½ weeks. Seattle Storm point guard Sue Bird, a two-time WNBA champion and multiple Olympic gold medal winner, joined by Storm head coach Brian Agler and associate head coach Jenny Boucek surprised the Marysville Pilchuck girls basketball program just moments into practice.
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In October, Marysville High School was the scene of a tragic school shooting. On Tuesday, Sue Bird and members of the Storm organization surprised the girl's basketball team at practice. More