Coach: Manley Sackett
Points For: 77
Points Per Game: 11
Points Against: 19
Opponent Points Per Game: 2.7
After a couple of losing seasons, Coach Sackett and the Bearcats turned the program around in 1933. The ‘Cats got off to a quick 3-0 start, defeating strong teams such as Arlington and Marysville, displaying an elite defensive unit. The defense for the ’33 Bearcats was among the best in team history, pitching 5 shutouts and only allowing 19 points all season long. Unfortunately for Monroe, the offense couldn’t hold up its end and the rest of the campaign would squander a solid start. Two straight ties and a loss to East Stanwood cost them a county title as the offense struggled to be productive. The Bearcats closed the season on a high note, shutting out Snohomish 13-0 to finish 4-1-2, their best record under Coach Sackett. In the offseason, Coach Sackett left the team and the young Stan Bates, a Monroe alum, would take over for the 1934 season.
|Games||School||Opponent||Points For||Points Against||Win(s)||Loss(es)||Tie(s)||Streak||Notes|
|6||Monroe||at||East Stanwood||L||6||13||3||1||2||L 1|