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SVJSA schedules jamboree, bake sale

The Snoqualmie Valley Junior Soccer Association (SVJSA) will

hold its annual jamboree this Saturday, Sept. 11, at Torguson

Park. The first games are scheduled to start at 9:15 a.m. at the

Torguson Park complex behind Les Schwab in North Bend.

About 125 teams are expected to participate, representing

Snoqualmie, North Bend and Fall City.

All parents and coaches are requested to contribute bake sale

items. The suggested donations are:

U-7 through U-9: Baked goods; cookies (two per bag), cup

cakes, muffins, Rice Krispie treats, red licorice, "air

heads." All baked goods should be individually wrapped.

U-10: A four-pack of Gatorade, or each team bring a case of


U-11: A six-pack of water, or each team bring a case of water

U-12 and up: While the Under 12 and up players will not be

participating in the jamboree, they are invited to contribute

12-packs of soda to the proceedings.

Bake sale proceeds will help SVJSA and those children who

would otherwise not be able to play. All participation is greatly

appreciated. If you cannot deliver the goods yourself, please

give them to your coaches and they will be collected.

For more information on the bake sale, or if you are willing

to help, please call Stephanie at (425) 888-1523.

Mount Si grad is starter for Linfield soccer team

Amy Anderson, a junior at Linfield College in McMinnville,

Ore., and a 1997 graduate of Mount Si High, has been named as a

starting forward for the Wildcats' women's soccer team. She is

one of eight Washingtonians and 13 returning letter winners on

the NCAA Division III-level squad, which competes in the

Northwest Conference.

Described in the school's press release as an

"established player," Anderson is expected to play a

prominent roll in the team's front line. Last year Linfield went

7-13, in the process setting a school record for season


"Our goal is to improve on last year," said

fourth-year coach Steve Simmons. "Hopefully, that will

translate into a winning season." Simmons added he feels the

Wildcats will be in a position to finish among the top four in

the conference.

Willamette (Salem, Ore.) and George Fox (Newberg, Ore.)

Universities are considered the front-runners for this year's

Northwest Conference title. The other conference schools are

Pacific Lutheran University and Puget Sound, Tacoma; Whitman

College, Walla Walla; Whitworth College, Spokane; and Pacific,

Forest Grove, Ore.

Riverview Pony Baseball tryouts scheduled

The Riverview Pony Baseball Association is proud to announce

tryouts for the 2000 baseball season, for 13 to 16-year-old young

men. The association covers the lower Snoqualmie Valley from

Carnation to Duvall.

The Colt Team, for ages 15 and 16, will hold tryouts on Sept.

11 from noon to 3 p.m., and on Sept. 12 from 3 to 6 p.m.

The Pony Team, for ages 13 and 14, will hold tryouts on Sept.

18 from noon to 3 p.m., and on Sept. 19 from 3 to 6 p.m. All

tryouts will be held at McDonald Park in Carnation.

Interested parties with questions should e-mail, or fax (425)333-4721.

Join the Mount Si Soccer Booster Club

The Mount Si High Soccer Booster Club is looking for members.

Your $5 donation will support uniform and equipment scholarships;

help with field maintenance and improvements; entitle you to a

Wildcat window sticker; and enable you to say, "I'm a card

carrying member of the coolest group of parent volunteers in the


Please bring your questions and suggestions to the club's next

meeting on Monday, Sept. 13, at 7 p.m. at Mount Si High. For more

information, call Greg Chelgren at (425) 831-6144, or Richard

Terbrueggen at (425) 222-6655.

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