- Print Editions
- Home Delivery
- About Us
A sport with roots on the East Coast is now branching out in the Snoqualmie Valley, thanks to a new team.
Mount Si’s boys basketball team has been busy adjusting to the system which new coach Steve Helm will be using this season. Last weekend, fans got to see a glimpse of what lies ahead for the Wildcats, as they competed in the Kangs Klassic, a summer basketball tournament hosted by Lake Washington’s boys basketball program.
A Valley adult women’s softball team closed out their summer with a state title.
Two of Mount Si's girls' cross country runners took on the best in the state last Saturday at the state 3A girls' cross country meet in Pasco. Both of them fared well running against the state's top high school athletes.
Mount Si’s girls tennis program is starting a new era this spring, as the program welcomes in a new leader.
Re-tooling squad has tough road to repeat
The star goalkeeper for Mount Si’s boys soccer team, Ryan Herman, has been known thus far this season for his booming kicks, and his stellar play in net in picking up five shutouts going into last Friday night’s game against the Interlake Saints. After the Wildcats beat the Saints, however, Herman became known for something else: scoring a goal.
The Mount Si High School boys golf team continues to get better as they face off against strong competition.
Mount Si's gymnastics program showed the entire Kingco 3A why they are among the best in the state last Saturday, February 6 as they overcame a solid performance from a league rival to repeat as Kingco 3A champions.
Mount Si High School last Friday, May 28, announced the hiring of a new boys’ basketball coach, and he is a familiar face in the community.
New courts, international flavor add up for ‘Cats
Girls team looks for new start
Mount Si football players are giving back to the community and helping the future of the game in the process.
Stellar effort from Clark helps take care of Eagles
The Mount Si Wildcat football team overcame a penalty-filled effort to post their fourth straight win last Friday night, 35-14 over the Juanita Rebels at Mount Si High School. Zach Kirchmeyer scored twice, once on offense, once on defense, to help the Wildcats clinch a state playoff berth.
The Mount Si girls defeated Seattle Prep 10-0 in the first round of the SeaKing District 3A softball tournament, held Thursday, May 21, at Lower Woodland Field in Seattle.
The Mount Si boys basketball team continues to maintain its standing near the top of Kingco 3A, as they pulled off two wins last week.
It was one tough week for Mount Si wrestlers, as the Wildcats wrestled three Kingco 4A teams and ended up in three very close contests, the lone win of that group being the third one.
The Mount Si Wildcat girls basketball team faced its toughest competition thus far this season last Wednesday, December 23, in the Lakeside Lions. The Metro League’s Lions came in as one of the top teams in 3A, and they perennially are among the best teams in the state every year. But the Wildcats themselves were coming in off their best performance of the year thus far, a 47-39 win over a feisty Port Angeles team December 19. Mount Si knew they would be in for a big challenge, but the Wildcats were ready. When all was said and done, Mount Si had made waves.
New coach, same drive for team