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.
The TPC Snoqualmie Ridge Golf Club reported this week that two golfers made holes in one over the Fourth of July weekend.
Sophia Click of North Bend is competing this week in the North American Junior Young Rider Championships in Lexington, Kentucky, July 16 to 19
The Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce hosts its fourth annual golf tournament Friday, July 24 at Mount Si Golf Course. The tournament is a four-player scramble with prizes, plus mulligans for sale. Singles and doubles are welcome; they will be grouped into foursomes.
Three boats from Sammamish Rowing Association place within the top six in the country in their events at US Rowing Youth Nationals in June 12 to 14 in Sarasota, Fla.
The Falls Little League 10-11 year old All Star team won the Umpires Northwest 2015 All Star Challenge tournaments the weekend of June 20 and 21 in Bellevue.
The Elite Diamonds Girls Fastpitch U12 Team competed in the United States Specialty Sports Association state tournament in Fife June 13 and 14. The team includes Jaclyn Huntzinger of Snoqualmie.
The Department of Fish and Wildlife is increasing the daily limit of trout fishing on Rattlesnake Lake to five fish, with no size restriction, from June 6 to Sept. 30. After that date, the limit will revert back to the usual catch-and-release rules.
Mike Gavronski, a Mount Si High School graduate, won a much-anticipated boxing bout May 30 at the Emerald Queen Casino.
Three former Mount Si High School baseball players are heading to the big leagues this year. Max Brown and Tim Proudfoot, both 2011 alumni, and Reece Karalus, 2012, were chosen in the Major League Baseball draft now underway.
Athletes from Mount Si High School in Snoqualmie and Cedarcrest High School in Duvall competed over the weekend in the state finals of track and field.
Mount Si High School golfers Caitlin Maralack and Kat Hodgson competed in the division 4A state tournament May 27 and 28.