Coach: J.H. Hallock
Points For: 222
Points Per Game: 31.7
Points Against: 54
Opponent Points Per Game: 7.7
Despite missing capturing a county title, the 1921 Bearcat season featured one of the most fearsome squads in team history. The start to the season was an example of sheer dominance as the Bearcats simply outmatched every opponent they faced. The ‘Cats outscored their opponents 222 to 13 to start with an impressive 5-0 mark, including a 69-7 rout of Snohomish. Word of the powerful Bearcat squad quickly spread across the county as Monroe was set to travel to take on a powerful Marysville team in a highly anticipated matchup. According to the Monroe yearbook, the crowd that watched the game at that time was one of the largest in Snohomish county history. Unfortunately for the Bearcats, they couldn’t keep their streak going as they fell 28-0. The sting of defeat carried on to the next week as Arlington managed to upset the Bearcats to close out one of the most memorable seasons in Monroe history.
|Games||School||Opponent||Points For||Points Against||Win(s)||Loss(es)||Streak||Notes|
|2||Monroe||at||Granite Falls||W||40||0||2||0||W 2|