Cedarcrest High School's girls cross country squad finished in 9th place at the state championships Saturday, Nov. 7. and the boys squad did slightly better, finishing sixth in the tournament.
Mount Si Cross County made history, Nov. 7 when both the boys and girls teams competed at the state championships in Pasco, for the first time in decades.
Caroline Allen, 11, of North Bend, recently tagged her first buck.
It was a rainy night at Wildcat Stadium Friday, and a celebration, of seniors in football, dance and band. Plus, it was almost Halloween.
Salmon fishing is now closed on parts of the Snohomish Skykomish, Snoqualmie, and Wallace rivers, to protect coho runs into the Snohomish watershed.
Snoqualmie Valley Little League will host a series of softball winter workouts. All softball players are welcome to come by and train during the winter months. The next workout is scheduled for 4 to 6 p.m., Friday, Nov. 6, at North Bend Elementary.
It was a muddy race day on Halloween for Cedarcrest High School’s cross country squad last Saturday, when the team went to South Whidbey High School for the Northwest District championships. It was also a great day, since both the boys and girls teams qualified for state.
Mount Si High School's girls volleyball team was paired with Bothell in the first round of district tournaments, Saturday, Oct, 31. The Wildcats took the first and fourth rounds, but couldn't prevail in what junior varsity coach Dave Bachman called "a hard-fought match."
In league matches played on Monday Oct. 26, Mount Si’s girls volleyball teams lost against Skyline.
Steven Markel of Sammamish scored a hole-in-one on Wednesday, Oct. 21, at Snoqualmie Falls Golf Course in Fall City.
Cedarcrest High School’s Cross Country team hosted their last meet at Blue Heron Golf Course in Carnation on Oct. 8.
Last week, the Mount Si girl’s volleyball team traveled to face off against Bothell and Inglemoor High Schools.
On Thursday, Oct. 8, Mount Si girls soccer faced off against Woodinville in what would ultimately end up as a 0-0 tie game.
Five members of the Mount Si High School girls swim team have qualified for the KingCo conference meet, coming up Oct. 29. This is the team’s highest number of qualifying students yet; last year only three qualified.
It has been a good seasons so far for Mount Si cross country. At the meet on Wednesday, Sept. 23, Mount Si won both boy’s and girl’s varsity events.
In non-league play last week, Mount Si’s girls volleyball teams had a winning night on the road. The Wildcats played Issaquah, winning both JV and varsity matches.
Cedarcrest High School’s cross country track team was the only westside team to cross the mountains Sept. 19 for the Apple Ridge meet, in an apple orchard west of Yakima.
Coach Darren Brown called the Mount Si girls soccer team 6-1 win over Bothell on Thursday, Sept. 17, the “best game of the season so far,” and declared the entire team to be players of the match.
On Friday Sept. 11, Mount Si defeated Redmond 21-7 in their second game of the season.
Wildcat Volleyball started the season with a non-league match against Kentwood High School at Covington Sept. 8.