The Mount Si football team’s Community Kick-off Carnival is 5 p.m. Friday, Aug. 29, at the Mount Si High School stadium. Families and children can get dinner, enjoy games and activities, hear the Mount Si drum line and watch Mount Si cheerleaders. The annual Scarlet and Gray game follows at 7 p.m.
For the second consecutive year, the Boeing Classic produced a first-time Champions Tour winner. Scott Dunlap emerged victorious after making birdie on the first playoff hole. The playoff was necessitated when Mark Brooks made six birdies over the final seven holes, erasing Dunlap’s three-stroke advantage. The two players finished 54 holes at 200 (-16), two strokes ahead of Gene Sauers.
Budding Snoqualmie golfer Kasey Maralack is only 10 years old, and she is already finding success in the game. Last Tuesday, Aug. 19, she got a big lesson in thinking positive from one of the greats of the game. Maralack hit the green with golf pro Chip Beck for some pro tips at the Emirates Youth Clinic, one of several family-oriented activities that took place last week as part of the 10th annual Boeing Classic at TPC Snoqualmie Ridge.
An 8 year-old Redmond girl set a new world record in the Railroad Days 10K fun run Saturday. Amber Debu placed first in the 14 and under age division, with a time of 46:49. World records are recorded by age, explained race organizer Sean Sundwall, and Debu's time the fastest recorded for an 8 year-old running a 10K race.
The North Bend Iron Horse Traverse, a multi-sport adventure race starting on Snoqualmie Pass and finishing at the Adventure Sports Festival in downtown North Bend, is set for Saturday, Sept. 6.
A sports experience like no other in the Valley, The Boeing Classic at TPC Snoqualmie Ridge (Tournament Players Club) turns 10 years old this year.
Aladdin Schirmer and Tino Paophavihanh, two Mount Si High School alumni and former football players from the class of 2011, were selected to USA Rugby’s Men’s Collegiate All Americans this summer.
The 2014 Snoqualmie Valley Special Olympics Golf team enjoyed a successful regional tournament on July 27 at Snohomish Golf Course.
The Mount Si football team’s Community Kick-off Carnival is 5 p.m. Friday, Aug. 29, at the Mount Si High School stadium.
Eastside Football Club’s G98 Red premiere-level team took third place last weekend at the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championship series in Maryland.
Cascade Football Club’s G00 Green team, a girls youth soccer team, won the Adidas Clash of the Borders Tournament on Sunday, June 29, in Vancouver, Wash. They are now girls U-14 gold division champions. G00 Green tied their first game 1-1, and won their second and third games 3-0 and 4-1, earning a spot at the semi-finals, which they won 4-0.
The 2014 Puget Sound Energy Snoqualmie Valley Golf Classic starts at 8 a.m. Friday, July 25, at Mount Si Golf Course, 9010 Boalch Ave. S.E., Snoqualmie. Cost is $99 per player, which includes a round of golf, lunch, and a goody bag at the beginning of the tournament. Play-style is a shotgun scramble.
The Snoqualmie Valley Hospital Tour de Peaks Bike Ride happens at a new time and for a new cause this Saturday, July 19. Cyclists can ride 25, 50 or 100-mile loops in the Snoqualmie Valley, finishing at the North Bend Block Party.
The football season is a few months away, but Mount Si players are getting ready in a way that can help locals with their yard work projects. In the Wildcat Worker program, Mount Si players sign up for yard work. Rates are $10 an hour per worker, with the money going to pay for their high school football costs. It takes financial pressure off their families, and is a win-win for the athletes, their team and local homeowners.
The Snoqualmie Y’s Rookies T-Ball League starts July 7. Registration is now underway. The Rookies play on Monday afternoons or evenings at Snoqualmie’s Carmichael and Azalea Parks.
Children and adults can pass, shoot and jam at the Just Moo It 3-on-3 basketball tournament, which returns Wednesday, July 4, following the grand parade. The event is at a new location this year, the lot of the former Bank of America building at Tolt Avenue and Commercial Street. The tournament gets started after the parade, about 12:30 p.m. Just Moo It! was started by Matt Coltom, a local who wanted to incorporate sports and recreation for all ages into the festival.
Carnation’s annual Fourth of July celebration will get off to a running start with the Run for the Pies 5K run/walk through downtown, a fun and unique event that gets bigger and better every year. The race begins at 8:30 a.m. Friday, July 4. The route covers the streets of Carnation to the Snoqualmie and Tolt-MacDonald park trail system.
Tim Proudfoot seems different from his high school days. He wears his hair longer, and has put 30 pounds of muscle on his frame. He plays the game of baseball a little differently now. “I think I’m a lot more patient at the plate,” he said, talking to the Record by phone from Lubbock, Texas.
Athletes from elementary to high school age can get a leg up on conditioning at Wildcat Summer Speed Camp, starting June 24 at Mount Si High School’s Wildcat stadium.
Lower Valley teen athletes, plan ahead for fall sports in Cedarcrest with the following dates: