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Mount Si Wildcat quarterback Cale Millen, who will be a senior on the gridiron this fall, will play college football at the University of Oregon. Shaun Scott/staff photo

Team unity drives the Wildcat football program

Mount Si quarterback Cale Millen is a seasoned signal caller.

 

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                                Mount Si senior forward Alec Bothwell, right, tries to maneuver around Sumner midfielder Ryan Griffith in the first round of the Class 4A state soccer playoffs on May 15 at Sunset Chev Stadium in Sumner.

Spartans conquer Wildcats in state playoff game on soccer pitch

Mount Si soccer team finishes the 2018 season with 11 victories.

 

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                                Mount Si Wildcats senior Logan Van Campen hustles to home-plate, scoring a run for his team in the top of the seventh inning. The Issaquah Eagles defeated the Mount Si Wildcats 8-4 in a loser-out, KingCo 4A playoff game on May 4 at Bannerwood Park in Bellevue.

Eagles conquer Wildcats in loser-out playoff game on the diamond

Mount Si finishes the 2018 season with an overall record of 11-10.

 

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                                Mount Si player Samantha Simmons (pictured) went 3-for-3 and scored three runs in a contest against the Newport Knights on April 25 in Snoqualmie. Newport defeated Mount Si, 10-7.

Wildcat rally falls just short against Knights

Mount Si player Samantha Simmons had three hits against Newport.

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                                Mount Si player Samantha Simmons (pictured) went 3-for-3 and scored three runs in a contest against the Newport Knights on April 25 in Snoqualmie. Newport defeated Mount Si, 10-7.

Witnessing a historic sports moment was a memorable experience

A quick weekend trip to California was unforgettable.

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                                The Mount Si Wildcats defeated the Issaquah Eagles 4-1 in a contest between KingCo 4A rivals on April 18 at Issaquah High School.

Wildcats defeat Eagles in KingCo 4A matchup on the diamond

Mount Si pitcher Michael Collins dominates on the hill against Issaquah.

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                                The Mount Si Wildcats defeated the Issaquah Eagles 4-1 in a contest between KingCo 4A rivals on April 18 at Issaquah High School.
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                                Mount Si Wildcats senior midfielder Kyle Hunter, center, is surrounded by Issaquah Eagles players in a matchup between KingCo 4A rivals on April 13 at Mount Si High School. Issaquah defeated Mount Si 2-0.

Wildcats lose to Eagles in KingCo 4A soccer showdown

Mount Si struggles to get offense on track against Issaquah.

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                                Mount Si Wildcats senior midfielder Kyle Hunter, center, is surrounded by Issaquah Eagles players in a matchup between KingCo 4A rivals on April 13 at Mount Si High School. Issaquah defeated Mount Si 2-0.
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                                Mount Si Wildcats players surround Sam Simmons after she connected on a home run to left field in the top of the fifth inning. Mount Si defeated Issaquah, 6-4, on April 5.

Wildcats softball team captures second victory of the 2018 season

Mount Si fends off Issaquah’s comeback bid.

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                                Mount Si Wildcats players surround Sam Simmons after she connected on a home run to left field in the top of the fifth inning. Mount Si defeated Issaquah, 6-4, on April 5.
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                                Mount Si starting pitcher Tank Brewster allowed just five hits and had nine strikeouts in 4 2/3 innings of work against the Issaquah Eagles on March 28. Brewster surrendered just two earned runs. Issaquah defeated Mount Si 3-1 in a battle between KingCo 4A squads.

Eagles conquer rival Wildcats in KingCo 4A baseball showdown

Mount Si pitching staff performs well despite defeat.

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                                Mount Si starting pitcher Tank Brewster allowed just five hits and had nine strikeouts in 4 2/3 innings of work against the Issaquah Eagles on March 28. Brewster surrendered just two earned runs. Issaquah defeated Mount Si 3-1 in a battle between KingCo 4A squads.
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                                Issaquah Eagles forward Jacob Barsher controls the ball while being guarded by Mount Si’s Inaki McCarthy in the first half of play. Issaquah defeated Mount Si 2-0 in overtime on March 24 at Gary Moore Stadium in Issaquah.

Eagles defeat Wildcats in overtime

“We just want to get healthy. We know we can play with anybody,” Mount Si coach Darren Brown said.

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                                Issaquah Eagles forward Jacob Barsher controls the ball while being guarded by Mount Si’s Inaki McCarthy in the first half of play. Issaquah defeated Mount Si 2-0 in overtime on March 24 at Gary Moore Stadium in Issaquah.
Mount Si shortstop Troy Baunsgard, left, tags out a Lake Washington High’s Jose Vizcarra at second base during a March 9 jamboree at Inglemoor High School. Andy Nystrom, staff photo
                                Mount Si shortstop Troy Baunsgard, left, tags out a Lake Washington High’s Jose Vizcarra at second base during a March 9 jamboree at Inglemoor High School. Andy Nystrom, staff photo

Fresh faces, fast feet

Mount Si is looking forward to the 2018 season on the diamond.

Mount Si shortstop Troy Baunsgard, left, tags out a Lake Washington High’s Jose Vizcarra at second base during a March 9 jamboree at Inglemoor High School. Andy Nystrom, staff photo
                                Mount Si shortstop Troy Baunsgard, left, tags out a Lake Washington High’s Jose Vizcarra at second base during a March 9 jamboree at Inglemoor High School. Andy Nystrom, staff photo

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