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Mount Si’s gymnastics team wrapped up another successful season with a solid finish at the state 3A gymnastics meet February 18 and 19 in Tacoma. … Continue reading
The Mount Si girls basketball team went into last week’s SeaKing District Tournament with the best chance to make state in 14 years. However, after… Continue reading
Mount Si’s boys basketball season is over after three losses last week, the last coming against one of the region’s top teams.
Mount Si's girls basketball team celebrated the accomplishments of their senior class last Thursday, Feb. 3, as they played their final home game of the… Continue reading
Mount Si’s gymnastics team completed its second straight undefeated regular season last Thursday night, January 27, as they posted a win in a four-way meet… Continue reading
Mount Si’s girls basketball team last Friday night, January 21, had some special visitors watching them play. A camera crew from a local TV station… Continue reading
Mount Si’s gymnastics team closed out their home schedule last Thursday, January 13, with a mixed result in their four-way meet with Lake Washington, Sammamish and Olympia.
Mount Si’s boys basketball team showed signs of steady improvement as they pulled off a big win Friday, Jan. 7, over Sammamish.
There was something for everyone at the Thursday, Dec. 30, girls basketball game between Cedarcrest and Interlake—hardscrabble defense from both teams, an extra session, delays and officials who were very busy making calls. But the Red Wolves fought through all that and came out victorious.
Mount Si’s girls basketball team started out on a tear this season, winning their first three games, but had more recently run into a little adversity, losing their last two. However, last Tuesday night, December 21, the Wildcats, using balanced offense and solid defense, found their way back into the win column by defeating the Metro League’s Eastside Catholic Crusaders.
There has been a lot of talk about Jackson High School's star boys basketball player Brett Kingma. The senior, who has signed with the University… Continue reading
Mount Si’s gymnastics team took a key step towards mounting a successful league title defense last Thursday, December 16, as they overcame struggles throughout the… Continue reading
Years of training and commitment have paid off for Doc Derwin, North Bend’s new world record holder in power lifting.
Mount Si's tennis season came to an end recently at the Kingco tournament, as all the singles and doubles competitors for the Wildcats made quick exits in the double-elimination tournament.
The Mount Si Wildcats volleyball team for the second straight season took sixth at the state 3A volleyball tournament at the Toyota Center in Kennewick.… Continue reading
Mount Si’s football season has been full of many great games, and last week’s first round state playoff game was no exception. The game last… Continue reading
The Mount Si volleyball team came into this season with high expectations. Last Saturday, the Wildcats justified those expectations, beating a very tough team and and clinching their fourth straight trip to the state tournament.
The Mount Si Wildcat football team had gone 3-0 and outscored opponents 99-15 in their qualifying run for the state playoffs, but last Friday’s game was shaping up to be different.
The 2010 season has been full of ups and downs for Cedarcrest High School football. The Red Wolves had an up night Thursday, Oct. 28, closing out the regular season on Senior Night and showing why they could be a team on the rise going into the playoffs.