Senior Jenn Rogers put in some of her top performances at a state competition last weekend.
Mark Mulligan, a senior at Mount Si High School, claimed a state title in Class 4A wrestling over the weekend at the Mat Classic in Tacoma. The 170-pound wrestler is in his first year with Mount Si. He relocated from North Carolina, where he previously made a showing in state competition.
After career performances Friday, Feb. 13, San Jose State women’s gymnast Cami Guyer has been named the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Gymnast of the Week for the week of Feb. 9 to 15.
Two days following an apparently overwhelming win for its school bond proposal, the Snoqualmie Valley School Board met in a festive mood.
The Red Wolves boys basketball team closed the season with a 83 to 63 loss to Sedro-Woolley on Feb. 14.
Mount Si High School took third place in the 4A region wrestling tournament Saturday, Feb. 14, with 107 points, and is sending four wrestlers on to state competition, with three alternates.
It’s been a growing year for Cedarcrest High School’s wrestling team, marked with a 2A sub-regional tournament trophy from Feb. 7, and a trip to regional competition over the weekend at Hudson Bay High School in Vancouver.
Are you looking for a fun winter sport? Snowshoeing is cheaper and easier than almost any other winter sport and it’s good exercise that the whole family can do together.
Cedarcrest’s boys basketball team scored a win Friday, Feb. 6, in a home conference match against Granite Falls. The Red Wolves outscored the Tigers in every quarter but the third, for a 58-50 victory on Senior Night.
The Cedarcrest Red Wolves girls basketball team scored two wins in the past week, and a huge milestone for senior guard Megan Ditore.
Mount Si’s wrestling team placed second in the KingCo League, 4A division tournament, hosted Saturday by Issaquah High School. First-place Issaquah scored 243.5 points, to the Wildcats’ 203.5. Inglemoor placed third with 177.
On Thursday, Jan. 29, Mount Si won 40-24 over Woodinville.
Photos from Daily Herald/Sound Publishing photographers Kevin Clark and Genna Martin.
If you’re not going to the big game Feb. 1, you can still get a program from it through your child’s school. The Washington State PTA has partnered with GameTime Fundraisers and the Seahawks to offer an official Super Bowl game-day program, as a school fundraiser.
Bellevue Bulldogs sophomore forward Anthony McLaughlin couldn’t wait to get back on the floor after a one-month hiatus.
Si View Metro Parks’ volleyball league is growing. The recreational co-ed league offers up to eight teams a season of best-of-three matches.
Wilderness First Aid from Si View Metro Parks is offered, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 14 and 15, at the North Bend Train Depot.
In a Jan. 15 meet with Bothell, the Mount Si wrestlers had more wins, but fewer points, ending the night with a 39-36 loss to the Cougars.
Proficient free throw shooting down the stretch propelled the Eastlake Wolves to a thrilling victory against the Mount Si Wildcats Friday, Jan. 16, in Sammamish.
UK Petite Soccer, for ages 3 to 5, and UK Elite Feet Soccer, for ages 5 to 10, start at the Si View Community Center soon, with Tuesday and Friday classes.