Mount Si High School golfer Caitlin Maralack competed for her fourth consecutive year at the state girls golf tournament at Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco, May 24 and 25.
Flooding dangers on the Snoqualmie River caused the Cascade Conference championship cross country meet, scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 20, to be postponed.
Mount Si's junior varsity volleyball team competed Saturday, Oct. 15 in the JV tournament at Bothell High School. In the 16-team tournament, the girls ended up second in pool play to advance to the gold bracket in the tournament finals, and finished tied for fifth overall.
For its final regular season meet, the Cedarcrest cross country team competed with Kings and South Whidbey at Kings High School, on an unusual course, 2.4 miles of bark trails through the school campus woods.
Si View Metro Parks offers a recreational basketball league for boys and girls in grades K-6. The league is focused on creating a fun and educational environment for all participants.
The Wildcat girls hosted Inglemoor Wednesday, Oct. 12, senior night, and scrapped out a win after four rounds. The varsity girls won the first two games 25-21 and 25-15, dropped the third, 16-25 and came back for a 25-19 win and the match.
Madi Shinn, a senior at Cedarcrest High School, is the first runner in her family. She's also the first runner on her girls cross country team to cross the finish line in a lot of the races she's competed in this season.
Sportswriter Shaun Scott hikes to the top of Poo Poo Point
Mount Si's golf team seemingly bucked the trend of what would normally be considered a year for rebuilding by finishing among two other schools in a three-way tie for first place in KingCo 4A.
On Oct. 6, the Cedarcrest Cross Country squad competed at a Cascade Conference meet at South Whidbey High School. This course is the same course that Cedarcrest will run in three weeks for the District Championship meet, making it a good opportunity to preview the course for their District squad.
Mount Si Volleyball lost against Issaquah on Wednesday, Oct. 5, bringing their overall season record to four wins and five losses.
The Cedarcrest Equestrian Team is now taking registration, through Oct. 14. The team, formed last year, is part of District 7 in the Washington High School Equestrian Team program.
The Mount Si Girls Soccer team lost in a 2-0 game against Skyline on Thursday, Oct. 6.
Mount Si's football team was unable to overcome Eastlake at the home game Friday, Oct. 7. Mount Si finished the game losing to Eastlake 58-34.
The Mount Si High School girls swim team has continued its steady growth this year, reaching 40 students in the program. That's double the participation rate of the team in 2013.
Si View Metro Park District is hosting its first youth cross country meet ever at 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 9, at Tollgate Farm Park in North Bend. The meet is open to the public.
Mount Si Volleyball picked up their third win of the season on Monday, Sept. 26 when they played Eastlake at home.
Four games into the season, the Mount Si football team is about to face some of its toughest opponents.
Tomorrow night, Mount Si High School's volleyball teams will get a rematch with Bothell, the team that defeated the varsity girls in a home series that took five games to complete.
On Saturday, Sept. 24, the Cedarcrest Cross Country squad competed at the Bellevue Invite at Lake Sammamish State Park.