Mount Si's soccer team has wrapped up conference play, following a May 1 game with Eastlake.
Working women who golf may want to clear their Tuesday evenings for the summer, to join a new nine-hole league at Snoqualmie Falls Golf Course.
Mount Si’s girls golf team advanced five of its 27 members to the District 2 tournament in post-season play last week, and two to the state tournament, coming up May 26 and 27 at Indian Canyon Golf Course in Spokane.
Two Snoqualmie Valley wrestlers competed in the state Freestyle and Greco Championships May 2 and 3 in Centralia.
Mikaelyn Davis, a senior at Mount Si High School, was selected as a 2015-2016 Washington State University cheerleader, after two-day competitive tryouts. She also received a scholarship for being on the team. Mikaelyn who graduates this June, is a four-year member of the Mount Si High School cheer team, a captain, and was on both state championship teams in 2013 and 2015.
The Seattle Mariners spent their day off this week in Snoqualmie, at the annual Mariners Care golf tournament.
Snoqualmie Valley Wildcat Junior Cheerleading registration is now open for girls ages 7 to 14 who want to cheer for Wildcat Junior Football.
Mount Si High School’s tennis team hosted Inglemoor on Wednesday, April 29, and despite strong matches from several singles players, lost with an overall score of 3-4.
The Mount Si High School girls golf team finished up its season Thursday, April 30, with a 241-262 loss to the Redmond Mustangs.
Mount Si High School Fastpitch, baseball and soccer updates.
Mount Si High School’s track and field team hosted an invitational Saturday, and came in second for the day.
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.