Photo courtesy of Calder Productions Mount Si High School celebrated senior night at the start of the boys basketball team’s game against Woodinville Feb. 4. Seniors on the team include, from left: LJ Linton, Taylor Upton, Akram Baioumy, Logan Langseth, and Gavin Gorrell, with head coach Jason Griffith, assistant coaches Jeff Watson and Cole Westover, athletic trainer Taylor Baldwin and JV head coach, Lee Johnson.

Mount Si boys celebrate Senior Night with third consecutive win

  • Wednesday, February 8, 2017 10:07am
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The Wildcat boys basketball team heads into the playoffs this week on a three-game winning streak capped off with a senior night celebration on Saturday.

Led by coach Jason Griffith, the boys defeated Woodinville 62-54 at home, after an already full week. On Tuesday, Mount Si hosted Skyline in a close game that ended with a 56-53 win for the Wildcats, and the previous Friday, they defeated Inglemoor, 54-50.

The boys were scheduled to play Inglemoor tonight in the first round of KingCo playoffs, but school in both districts was canceled today due to the weather.

For the latest information, visit http://www.kingcoathletics.com/index.php?pid=0.7.91.3.320.

Photo courtesy of Calder Productions Senior Gavin Gorrell takes a foul as he goes up for a jump shot in Saturday’s game against Woodinville.

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