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Mount Si senior Slater Macko can’t wait for the 2018 football season to begin.
Working out with the Bellevue Christian Vikings football team was a formidable test.
Mount Si Wildcats sports teams will enjoy an up-to-date field.
Sound Publishing sportswriter Shaun Scott discusses his affinity for hot yoga.
Mount Si looking to build on promising 2017-18 seaosn on the hardwood.
Mount Si defensive end/linebacker will play football at the Division II level.
Mount Si quarterback Cale Millen is a seasoned signal caller.
Mount Si soccer team finishes the 2018 season with 11 victories.
Mount Si finishes the 2018 season with an overall record of 11-10.
Mount Si player Samantha Simmons had three hits against Newport.
A quick weekend trip to California was unforgettable.
Mount Si pitcher Michael Collins dominates on the hill against Issaquah.
Mount Si struggles to get offense on track against Issaquah.
Mount Si fends off Issaquah’s comeback bid.
Mount Si pitching staff performs well despite defeat.
“We just want to get healthy. We know we can play with anybody,” Mount Si coach Darren Brown said.
Mount Si is looking forward to the 2018 season on the diamond.
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For the first time during the 2016-17 season, the Mount Si Wildcats boys basketball team was victorious on the basketball court. Mount Si snapped a… Continue reading