Five members of the Mount Si High School girls swim team have qualified for the KingCo conference meet, coming up Oct. 29. This is the team’s highest number of qualifying students yet; last year only three qualified.
It has been a good seasons so far for Mount Si cross country. At the meet on Wednesday, Sept. 23, Mount Si won both boy’s and girl’s varsity events.
In non-league play last week, Mount Si’s girls volleyball teams had a winning night on the road. The Wildcats played Issaquah, winning both JV and varsity matches.
Cedarcrest High School’s cross country track team was the only westside team to cross the mountains Sept. 19 for the Apple Ridge meet, in an apple orchard west of Yakima.
Coach Darren Brown called the Mount Si girls soccer team 6-1 win over Bothell on Thursday, Sept. 17, the “best game of the season so far,” and declared the entire team to be players of the match.
On Friday Sept. 11, Mount Si defeated Redmond 21-7 in their second game of the season.
Wildcat Volleyball started the season with a non-league match against Kentwood High School at Covington Sept. 8.
Riverview Education Foundation will host its 17th annual Golf Classic on Saturday, Oct. 3, at the Blue Heron Golf Course in Carnation.
Mount Si's boys' golf team defeated Issaquah High School Sept. 8 in a home match at Mount Si Golf Course.
The Mount Si High School boys tennis team played Sammamish High School Wednesday, Sept. 9, winning the meet and all but one of the players' matches.
The 2015 Snoqualmie Valley Special Olympics golf team enjoyed some exciting results at the recent regional and state tournaments.
Pro golfers and Seattle sports celebrities started off the Boeing Classic at the Snoqualmie Ridge TPC Golf Course Monday morning with the "Rumble at the Ridge fundraiser.
Snoqualmie Ridge TPC reported two holes-in-one in August.
It’s not a whistle stop, when you’re in one of the Railroad Days fun runs Saturday morning, it’s a whistle start.
There are plenty of reasons to love the Boeing Classic. Here are just a few:
As the kickoff event of the Boeing Classic, the Seahawks Rumble at the Ridge will bring together foursomes of sports fans with past and present Seattle stars to “tee it up” for charity under the challenging, championship conditions at TPC Snoqualmie Ridge Golf Course.
Some of golf’s biggest names are stopping in the Snoqualmie Valley next week, for the 11th annual Boeing Classic PGA Champions Tournament, Aug. 17 to 23 at the Snoqualmie Ridge TPC golf course.
Local semi-pro baseball team, the Snoqualmie Valley Hurricanes, are making some big strides in bringing baseball to the Valley.
The U15 girls’ team, the Seattle Starz, was number one on the Grit 2019 Division in The Grind Lacrosse tournament July 11. They went undefeated in the tournament.
Joe Waskom of Snoqualmie on Saturday, Aug. 1, won the Junior Olympic National Championship in the 3000-meter race in the 13-14 year old division. His time of 9:23.67 was three seconds ahead of the second-place finisher. On Sunday, he competed in the 1500-meter race, finishing fifth, with a time of 4:15.64.