Shaun Scott

Mount Si sophomore Sully Smith (No. 16) scores a goal in the 39th minute, giving Mount Si a 2-0 lead against the Issaquah Eagles. Mount Si defeated Issaquah, 3-2, in the 4A state quarterfinals on May 18 at Gary Moore Stadium in Issaquah. Photo courtesy of Calder Productions

Wildcats will themselves to a monumental triumph

Mount Si defender Reed Paradissis scores two clutch goals against Eagles.

 

Mount Si junior defender Jake Jimenez, right, passes the ball up field to a teammate in the first half of play against the Sumner Spartans. Mount Si defeated Sumner 2-1 in the first round of the 4A state playoffs on May 15 at Mount Si High School in Snoqualmie. Shaun Scott/staff photo

Wildcats earn comeback victory against Spartans

Mateo Didomenico hits the game winner in the 68th minute.

 

Mount Si Wildcats senior Drew Harris chases the ball while being defended by Jackson’s Minhyok Kim in the first half of play. Jackson defeated Mount Si in an overtime penalty kick shootout (6-5) en route to a 3-2 victory in the Wes-King 4A boys district soccer tournament championship game on May 9 at Mount Si High School in Snoqualmie. Shaun Scott/staff photo

Timberwolves defeat Wildcats in overtime shootout

Jackson prevails against Mount Si in district soccer championship game.

 

Jackson defeats Mount Si in loser-out playoff game on the diamond

Wildcats finish the 2019 season with nine wins.

Mount Si senior midfielder Mateo Didomenico, center, controls the ball in a game earlier this season. Andy Nystrom/staff photo

Didomenico is a dominant force on the soccer pitch

Mount Si senior will continue soccer career at Cal State East Bay.

Mount Si senior midfielder Mateo Didomenico, center, controls the ball in a game earlier this season. Andy Nystrom/staff photo

Simply sensational!

Tiger Woods’ improbable victory resonates across America.

Mount Si lineman Cody Frederick, left, and Mount Si wide receiver Jonny Barrett, right, pose for a photo with Wildcats’ head coach Charlie Kinnune. Photo courtesy of Charlie Kinnune

Barrett, Frederick nominated as scholarship finalists

Mount Si football players to partake in a National Football Foundation extravaganza.

Mount Si lineman Cody Frederick, left, and Mount Si wide receiver Jonny Barrett, right, pose for a photo with Wildcats’ head coach Charlie Kinnune. Photo courtesy of Charlie Kinnune
Mount Si Wildcats senior Slater Macko, left, and Mount Si Wildcats head football coach Charlie Kinnune, right, pose for a quick picture in 2019. Macko will compete in the Washington State Coaches Association all-state game this July. Photo courtesy of Charlie Kinnune

Tireless work ethic pays dividends for Macko

Mount Si football player attains a coveted honor.

Mount Si Wildcats senior Slater Macko, left, and Mount Si Wildcats head football coach Charlie Kinnune, right, pose for a quick picture in 2019. Macko will compete in the Washington State Coaches Association all-state game this July. Photo courtesy of Charlie Kinnune
Mount Si Wildcats alumnus Maddy Trout is thriving in her sophomore season with the Bellevue Bulldogs softball program. Trout is batting .380 and has scored 18 runs in 25 games during the 2019 season thus far. Shaun Scott, staff photo

Trout is thriving on the softball field

Mount Si graduate is pulverizing pitches at the plate.

Mount Si Wildcats alumnus Maddy Trout is thriving in her sophomore season with the Bellevue Bulldogs softball program. Trout is batting .380 and has scored 18 runs in 25 games during the 2019 season thus far. Shaun Scott, staff photo
The Mount Si Wildcats girls golf team has an overall record of 5-1 through the first six matches of the 2019 season. Photo courtesy of Stephen Botulinski

Wildcats are a formidable force on the links

Team camaraderie propels Mount Si girls golf team.

The Mount Si Wildcats girls golf team has an overall record of 5-1 through the first six matches of the 2019 season. Photo courtesy of Stephen Botulinski

Bus brigade hasn’t deterred the Wildcats

Mount Si baseball program is familiar with being on the road.

Mount Si Wildcats senior infielders Spencer Marenco, left, and Trace Halvorson, right, have been part of the varsity baseball team since their freshman season in 2016. Shaun Scott, staff photo

Superb seniors lead Wildcats on diamond

Senior infielders lead the charge.

Mount Si Wildcats senior infielders Spencer Marenco, left, and Trace Halvorson, right, have been part of the varsity baseball team since their freshman season in 2016. Shaun Scott, staff photo

A coveted goal is attained

Relentless work ethic pays dividends.

Mount Si Wildcats senior boys basketball player Brett Williams (pictured) in the Class 4A quarterfinals against the Puyallup Vikings will continue his basketball career at Pacific Lutheran University. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/Stop Action Photography

Williams commits to Pacific Lutheran University men’s hoops program

Mount Si senior will continue his hoops career at the collegiate level.

Mount Si Wildcats senior boys basketball player Brett Williams (pictured) in the Class 4A quarterfinals against the Puyallup Vikings will continue his basketball career at Pacific Lutheran University. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/Stop Action Photography
Mount Si Wildcats senior soccer player Drew Harris has returned to the Mount Si Wildcats high school soccer program after a two-year hiatus. Harris expects the Wildcats to make a deep run in the postseason this spring. Shaun Scott, staff photo

A triumphant return on the soccer pitch

Wildcats senior forward Drew Harris is stoked for the 2019 season.

Mount Si Wildcats senior soccer player Drew Harris has returned to the Mount Si Wildcats high school soccer program after a two-year hiatus. Harris expects the Wildcats to make a deep run in the postseason this spring. Shaun Scott, staff photo

Optimism remains supreme in March for baseball fans

Home opener is on the horizon for the Seattle Mariners.

Mount Si Wildcats senior Brett Williams, center, tries to block Gonzaga Prep’s Sheadon Byrd on a drive to the basket in the Class 4A state championship game on March 2 at the Tacoma Dome. Gonzaga Prep defeated Mount Si 69-43. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/Stop Action Photography

Bullpups defeat Wildcats in 4A state title game

Mount Si puts together a magical season on the hardwood.

Mount Si Wildcats senior Brett Williams, center, tries to block Gonzaga Prep’s Sheadon Byrd on a drive to the basket in the Class 4A state championship game on March 2 at the Tacoma Dome. Gonzaga Prep defeated Mount Si 69-43. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/Stop Action Photography
Mount Si Wildcats celebrate along the bench just seconds following the final buzzer in the Class 4A state semifinals. Mount Si defeated the Curtis Vikings 53-46 in the Class 4A state semifinals on March 1 at the Tacoma Dome. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/Stop Action Photography

Proficient perimeter play propels Wildcats to state title game

Mount Si defeats Curtis in state semifinals.

Mount Si Wildcats celebrate along the bench just seconds following the final buzzer in the Class 4A state semifinals. Mount Si defeated the Curtis Vikings 53-46 in the Class 4A state semifinals on March 1 at the Tacoma Dome. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/Stop Action Photography
Mount Si Wildcats player Jabe Mullins, pictured, scored 13 points against the Puyallup Vikings in the Class 4A state quarterfinals on Feb. 28 at the Tacoma Dome. Mount Si defeated Puyallup 45-40. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/Stop Action Photography

Wildcats advance to 4A state semifinals

Mount Si delivers down the stretch against Puyallup.

Mount Si Wildcats player Jabe Mullins, pictured, scored 13 points against the Puyallup Vikings in the Class 4A state quarterfinals on Feb. 28 at the Tacoma Dome. Mount Si defeated Puyallup 45-40. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/Stop Action Photography
A view from the bleachers at the Mat Classic state wrestling tournament on Feb. 15, 2019. Shaun Scott, staff photo

Mat Classic is an amazing spectacle

A simply special experience at the Tacoma Dome.

A view from the bleachers at the Mat Classic state wrestling tournament on Feb. 15, 2019. Shaun Scott, staff photo