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Jackson defeats Mount Si in loser-out playoff game on the diamond

Wildcats finish the 2019 season with nine wins.

The Mount Si Wildcats boys soccer team hoists the 4A KingCo championship trophy following their victory against the Issaquah Eagles on April 30. Photo courtesy of Calder Productions

Mount Si boys soccer squad reigns victorious on senior night

Wildcats conquer Eagles in regular season finale.

  • May 3, 2019
The Mount Si Wildcats boys soccer team hoists the 4A KingCo championship trophy following their victory against the Issaquah Eagles on April 30. Photo courtesy of Calder Productions
Eleven Mount Si Wildcats athletes announced where they would be competing in collegiate athletics next year during a signing-day ceremony on May 1 at Mount Si High School. Photo courtesy of Carolyn Malcolm

Wildcats partake in signing-day ceremony

Mount Si athletes sign on the dotted line.

  • May 2, 2019
Eleven Mount Si Wildcats athletes announced where they would be competing in collegiate athletics next year during a signing-day ceremony on May 1 at Mount Si High School. Photo courtesy of Carolyn Malcolm
The Mount Si Wildcats varsity girls golf team will compete at the 4A state golf tournament on May 21-22 at the Hangman Valley Golf Course in Spokane. Photo courtesy of Stephen Botulinski

Wildcats girls golf team clinches berth at 4A state tournament

The entire Mount Si Wildcats varsity girls golf team earned a berth at the 4A state golf tournament courtesy of a memorable performance at the… Continue reading

  • May 2, 2019
The Mount Si Wildcats varsity girls golf team will compete at the 4A state golf tournament on May 21-22 at the Hangman Valley Golf Course in Spokane. Photo courtesy of Stephen Botulinski

Wildcats on fire in lacrosse action

Mount Si’s girls lacrosse squad was ranked seventh in the state and sported an 11-1 record at press time, according to the Washington Schoolgirls Lacrosse… Continue reading

  • May 2, 2019

Wildcats boys soccer team clinches 4A KingCo regular season title

Mount Si will host Kamiak in first round of the playoffs on May 7.

  • Apr 25, 2019

Jumping to success in sports and school

Mount Si’s Dalgleish aims to be an astronaut.

Mount Si’s Waskom running strong, hitting top times

Mount Si High senior Joe Waskom runs to first place in the 1,600 in 4:14.17 on April 17 at Newport High. That time is tops… Continue reading

  • Apr 18, 2019
Mount Si senior midfielder Mateo Didomenico, center, controls the ball in a game earlier this season. Andy Nystrom/staff photo

Didomenico is a dominant force on the soccer pitch

Mount Si senior will continue soccer career at Cal State East Bay.

Mount Si senior midfielder Mateo Didomenico, center, controls the ball in a game earlier this season. Andy Nystrom/staff photo

Simply sensational!

Tiger Woods’ improbable victory resonates across America.

Wildcats take the field at T-Mobile Park

Mount Si participated in the 2019 High School Baseball Classic on April 7 at T-Mobile Park. Edmonds Woodway notched a 4-3 win over the Wildcats,… Continue reading

  • Apr 15, 2019

Wildcats notch victory against Inglemoor

Mount Si’s Sullivan Smith (center) controls the ball while Inglemoor players stay close during the Wildcats’ 3-2 victory on April 9 at Pop Keeney Stadium… Continue reading

  • Apr 10, 2019
Mount Si lineman Cody Frederick, left, and Mount Si wide receiver Jonny Barrett, right, pose for a photo with Wildcats’ head coach Charlie Kinnune. Photo courtesy of Charlie Kinnune

Barrett, Frederick nominated as scholarship finalists

Mount Si football players to partake in a National Football Foundation extravaganza.

Mount Si lineman Cody Frederick, left, and Mount Si wide receiver Jonny Barrett, right, pose for a photo with Wildcats’ head coach Charlie Kinnune. Photo courtesy of Charlie Kinnune
Mount Si Wildcats senior Slater Macko, left, and Mount Si Wildcats head football coach Charlie Kinnune, right, pose for a quick picture in 2019. Macko will compete in the Washington State Coaches Association all-state game this July. Photo courtesy of Charlie Kinnune

Tireless work ethic pays dividends for Macko

Mount Si football player attains a coveted honor.

Mount Si Wildcats senior Slater Macko, left, and Mount Si Wildcats head football coach Charlie Kinnune, right, pose for a quick picture in 2019. Macko will compete in the Washington State Coaches Association all-state game this July. Photo courtesy of Charlie Kinnune
Mount Si Wildcats alumnus Maddy Trout is thriving in her sophomore season with the Bellevue Bulldogs softball program. Trout is batting .380 and has scored 18 runs in 25 games during the 2019 season thus far. Shaun Scott, staff photo

Trout is thriving on the softball field

Mount Si graduate is pulverizing pitches at the plate.

Mount Si Wildcats alumnus Maddy Trout is thriving in her sophomore season with the Bellevue Bulldogs softball program. Trout is batting .380 and has scored 18 runs in 25 games during the 2019 season thus far. Shaun Scott, staff photo
The Mount Si Wildcats girls golf team has an overall record of 5-1 through the first six matches of the 2019 season. Photo courtesy of Stephen Botulinski

Wildcats are a formidable force on the links

Team camaraderie propels Mount Si girls golf team.

The Mount Si Wildcats girls golf team has an overall record of 5-1 through the first six matches of the 2019 season. Photo courtesy of Stephen Botulinski

Mount Si players are ‘all in’ on the softball diamond

Wilbourne, Gronewald and Simmons lead the way.

Wildcats dispatch North Creek

Mount Si’s Levi Jorgensen fires away to a 9-6 Wildcat win at North Creek on March 20. Spencer Marenco nailed two hits and had four… Continue reading

  • Mar 21, 2019

Bus brigade hasn’t deterred the Wildcats

Mount Si baseball program is familiar with being on the road.

Mount Si Wildcats senior infielders Spencer Marenco, left, and Trace Halvorson, right, have been part of the varsity baseball team since their freshman season in 2016. Shaun Scott, staff photo

Superb seniors lead Wildcats on diamond

Senior infielders lead the charge.

Mount Si Wildcats senior infielders Spencer Marenco, left, and Trace Halvorson, right, have been part of the varsity baseball team since their freshman season in 2016. Shaun Scott, staff photo