The Mount Si Wildcats head into this week at the top of their conference, propelled by two shutout victories over Inglemoor and Issaquah, plus a five-homer game against Redmond, played April 18 at Hartman Park.
In a little over a week, the Mount Si High School boys soccer team will get the game they've been preparing for all season. On May 9, the Wildcats play Skyline High School, at Skyline, in the KingCo conference championships.
Cascade FC tryouts for the 2016-17 season are starting soon. Scheduled tryouts run from 5 to 8:15 p.m. May 3, 5, 9, 10, 11 and 12 at Jeanne Hansen Park in Snoqualmie.
Mount Si graduate and soccer player Colton Oord has been picked up as one of the first six players for the Dayton Dutch Lions in the Premier Development League (PDL).
Mount Si junior Jacob Belceto has been running for most of his life and with a school record in the 100-meter dash, he doesn't plan on stopping.
On May 14, the Cougar Mountain Trail Run series returns for a 14th season to King County Parks' Cougar Mountain Regional Wildland Park.
Mount Si High School cheerleading tryouts are coming up, the second week of May. Girls who will attend Mount Si High School next year, currently in grades 8 to 11, are eligible to try out.
Mount Si's baseball team has climbed up to the number one spot in the KingCo 4A standings after defeating Woodinville 4-2 on Friday, April 8 and Skyline 9-0 on Monday, April 11.
For the first time ever, Sno-King Amateur Hockey Association sent three teams to represent Washington at the USA Hockey Tier II National Championships the weekend of April 2 and 3 and one team claimed the title.
Snoqualmie Valley Track Club season is on in the Si View Metropolitan Park District. The first all-comers track meet is set for 2 to 5 p.m., Sunday, May 1 at Si View Park.
Majors player Hayden Weaver has been selected the Snoqualmie Valley Little League's Baseball Player of the Week for the week of March 28 to April 3.
Cascade FC will host an information night for the 2016 season, 7:15 p.m. Wednesday, April 13 in the Chief Kanim Middle School Commons.
In their first three games of the season, the Mount Si High School baseball team traveled to Lake Stevens, Kamiak and Peninsula High Schools, and brought home the wins.
Their first conference game is coming up Wednesday, but the Mount Si Wildcats have made a strong showing in girls fastpitch this season with two wins and a loss for the weekend.
Mount Si High School's boys soccer team has a 4-1-0 record heading into their next game, this Friday, March 25, at home against Newport.
Mount Si's girls softball team has a new coach on the roster this season, plus a strong group of athletes, making this season look exciting.
TEAM COACH: Zach Habben returns to the field this year as the team's head coach.
Starting off the season with one of its largest teams ever, the Mount Si High School boys and girls track and field team has set a goal of making the school a larger presence at state competition.
COACH: Darren Brown is the head soccer coach at Mount Si and has been coaching the boys team since 2004.
With a growing team, the Mount Si girls golfers look to have a competitive year ahead.