MSHS baseball, soccer and fastpitch updates, along with upcoming events:
Si View Metropolitan Park District is offering a new spring soccer league. The new recreation league is open to boys and girls, ages 6 to 10 and open to beginners.
Down Under Sports has invited Mount Si High School senior Aaron Robey to represent Washington in its 27th annual track and field meet in July. Robey is now seeking sponsors for his opportunity to compete.
Mount Si High School's girls' tennis team has a full season in 4A. Their schedule includes the following matches:
The Mount Si girls’ golf team is all about camaraderie and competition. The team moved to 4A competition, but that hasn’t stopped them from winning their first season game against Issaquah on March 16.
Wrestlers with the Snoqualmie Valley Wrestling Club competed at the Washington State Folkstyle Championships held recently at the Tacoma Dome.
Mount Si High School hosted Issaquah at its first match of the season March 16, at Snoqualmie Falls Golf Course. The team scored 219 to Issaquah’s 240.
For the third time in four weeks, San Jose State women’s gymnast Cami Guyer, a 2011 graduate of Mount Si High School, has been named the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Women’s Gymnast of the Week.
Practice at the baseball field is already intense, though it’s early in the season.
It’s a good thing Darren Brown’s soccer team was, in his words, “chomping at the bit for the season” to start, because they just played a lot of soccer in a handful of days.
Karlie Hurley takes the team sprinters through warm-ups on a sunny afternoon during track practice. It’s natural for her to lead the group, since she’s been competing for four years. “I know the drills,” she explained, with a laugh.
No matter what the season brings, Mount Si’s girls’ fastpitch softball team is already a standout, for two reasons at least.
Mount Si High School has a girls lacrosse team this year, a first for the school. Their schedule is:
Mount Si High School students have formed the school's first girls lacrosse team this spring, and are off to a winning start.
Chain Wrestling, a Snoqualmie Valley wrestling club that practices out of Fall City, took 31 wrestlers to the State Folkstyle Championships on Sunday, Feb. 22, at the Tacoma Dome.
Snoqualmie Ridge TPC member Jan Smisek got a hole-in-one Tuesday, Feb. 24 at the golf course.
Cedarcrest wrestler Parker McBride competed February 21 in the Class 2A State wresting championship tournament in Tacoma, taking eighth place in the 113-pound weight class.
Spring softball tryouts are set for 3 to 5 p.m. Monday, March 2, at Mount Si High School. Players can try out for the 2015 girls fastpitch season.
Senior Jenn Rogers put in some of her top performances at a state competition last weekend.
Mark Mulligan, a senior at Mount Si High School, claimed a state title in Class 4A wrestling over the weekend at the Mat Classic in Tacoma. The 170-pound wrestler is in his first year with Mount Si. He relocated from North Carolina, where he previously made a showing in state competition.