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.
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.
On Saturday, Sept. 17, the Cedarcrest cross country squad competed in the Apple Ridge Invitational in Cowiche. The Cedarcrest boys finished with two wins; the girls placed second in the first race and had strong placements in all the day's events.
Mount Si's girls varsity volleyball team has gotten off to a strong start for the 2016 season, with two 3-0 wins, a tournament and one 0-3 loss so far, plus a home game on Tuesday, Sept. 20, against Bothell.
In a game marked by penalties and two scoreless quarters, the Mount Si High School football team still found some wins to celebrate after its Sept. 17 loss to the Bothell Cougars, 31-21.
By James Gibowski
MountSi Varsity Boys Golf Schedule
Coach: Charlie Kinnune
Head coach: James Gibowski
Despite their strong start, the Mount Si Wildcats were unable to get their second win this season at the Sept. 9 home game against Monroe.
Head coach: Bonnie Foote
Coach: Darren Brown
A young Mount Si girls soccer team hosted the Issaquah Eagles Thursday, Sept. 8, at Mount Si Stadium and chalked up a 10-2 loss for the night.
Coach: Christine Kjenner
On Sept. 10, Cedarcrest High School's cross country squad competed at the Tahoma Relays, a co-ed relay of five-member teams. The 3-kilometer course crosses a pond, and so do the runners, which makes the meet unusual, and fun for the athletes.
By Eric Peterson, The Forum
The Mount Si High football team got its season off on the right foot, beating Juanita 42-22 in a nonconference game on Friday, Sept. 2 at Juanita High School in Kirkland.
Reprinted with permission of University of Jamestown Athletics