Snoqualmie Valley Youth Soccer Association will hold tryouts for Cascade FC on Tuesday, Feb. 23 and Thursday, Feb. 25. High school-aged boys born in 1998 through 2001 are welcome to try out.
Week four of the Snoqualmie Valley Basketball League, playing Sundays at Si View Community Center, puts the Snoqualmie Falls team at the top of the standings.
The regular season has ended for both boys and girls basketball at Mount Si High School. The two teams played their last matches on Friday, Feb. 5, ending the season with the boys team going 6-14, and the girls team finishing 2-18.
Results and standings for the first three weeks of league play
“We were right there again, like we’ve been so many times this season,” said Mount Si High School boys basketball coach Kyle Clearman, “but we just couldn’t quite get the big shots and the stops.”
The Red Wolves suffered a hard loss to Kings on Jan. 29, at home. The final score, 35-81 put the Cedarcrest boys at a 7-4 Cascade Conference season record, 8-9 overall.
In a Jan. 26 home game against South Whidbey, the Cedarcrest Red Wolves boys basketball team scored a 57-51 victory, to bring their conference record to 7-3. Overall, the Red Wolves have eight wins, eight losses.
Mount Si High School’s boys basketball team has struggled through a season of close games, consecutive losses and sporadic wins, but they boosted their conference record by a win Friday, with an 82-66 win over Inglemoor at home.
Three wins in the past two weeks and a disappointing loss to arch-rival Archbishop Murphy have moved the Cedarcrest Red Wolves boys basketball team to third place in the KingCo 2A conference.
The Mount Si gymnastics team won their meet on Thursday, Jan. 14 against Skyline and Inglemoor with a total score of 166.1.
In back to back meets at Mount Si High School, the Wildcat wrestlers suffered two league losses. The team hosted Skyline Thursday, Jan. 14 and Bothell, Jan. 13.
Stephan Hienzsch, a 1974 graduate of Mount Si High School, was inducted into the University of Colorado Boulder Athletic Hall of Fame. Hienzsch, of Lexington, Kentucky, was honored for being a four-time all-American and member of four NCAA skiing national title teams for 1975 to 78, as well as a two-time individual NCAA national champion.
Mount Si wrestlers placed fifth overall in the Everett Classic tournament over the weekend, and seven of them scored in their individual events.
In a home game on Friday, Dec. 18, the Cedarcrest High School boys basketball team claimed a win over Sultan, 73 to 62. The Red Wolves led the Turks in scoring for all but one quarter.
Mount Si High School’s boys basketball team lost to Bothell High School. 92-82, Friday, Dec. 18, at Bothell.
Tokul Creek, from the Fish Hatchery Road Bridge in Fall City, to the fish intake boundary marker upstream, is now open for trout, hatchery steelhead and other gamefish.
Students from the Kung Fu Club of Fall City/Issaquah competed in the jujitsu tournament Revolution XXIX Nov. 14 in Tacoma.
Over the weekend, Mount Si High School sent its wrestling squad to Centralia for a tournament. Despite being short some key team members, the Wildcats placed eighth in the 20-plus team event and seven varsity wrestlers scored for the day.
Cedarcrest’s boys basketball team has an overall record of 2-2 as of a Dec. 12 loss to Squalicum, 45 to 86.
Expect a transformation in the Cedarcrest High School wrestling team this season, or more of a transformation than you’ve seen so far. The team, led by coach Mark Ward, is young, but gaining in experience fast. The 13 freshmen on the team have been working hard to meet the rest of the team’s high standards, while the upperclassmen have been working to raise the bar for everyone.