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On Thursday, Jan. 5, the Mount Si gymnastics squad lost a close match with Woodinville. Final team scores were 165 for Mount Si, 176 for… Continue reading
Both the girls and boys basketball teams at Mount Si High School played against Inglemoor on Friday, Jan. 6, The girls lost in the first… Continue reading
Mount Si High School student-athletes Camryn Buck, Tova Barden, Alden Huschle, Parker Dumas, and Colton Swain were the center of attention on Wednesday, Feb. 3,… Continue reading
For the first time during the 2016-17 season, the Mount Si Wildcats boys basketball team was victorious on the basketball court. Mount Si snapped a… Continue reading
After taking their second win of the season over Issaquah on Dec. 7, the Mount Si High School girls basketball team was unable to overcome… Continue reading
The Mount Si High School wrestling team had a good showing at the El Cajon invitational tournament in San Diego Dec. 16 and 17, with… Continue reading
Northwest University’s head volleyball coach Steven Bain announced that three high school students and one junior college transfer student have signed letters of intent to… Continue reading
Sophomore goaltender Alek Lazarski of the Miners Hockey Club was named Player of the Week by the Texas Collegiate Hockey Conference in the last week… Continue reading
Students talk about building sportsmanship when Mount Si High School hosts 200-athlete countywide Interhigh prorgram
More than 200 student athletes from around King County gathered at Mount Si High School on Wednesday Nov. 16, to develop a sportsmanship program that… Continue reading
The Mount Si High School dance team, competing in the Bellevue High School “All That Glitters” dance competition for District 2 over the weekend, placed… Continue reading
A Snoqualmie Valley recreational soccer team for boys under 14, the Green Wall, represented District 2 in the semi-finals of the Washington State Recreation Cup,… Continue reading
Building on success, Cedarcrest wrestlers set ambitious goals for season ahead | Winter Sports Update
After losing only one senior from last year’s team, Coach Mark Ward is looking forward to a big season. “We have everyone back this year,” he said, “so we’re building, we’re not just starting.”
Sheer time on the court has to be an advantage for this team, after years of playing together.
Mount Si alumnus Josh Mitchell returns to the school as the wrestling program’s new head coach. After graduating from Oregon State in the spring, Mitchell moved back to the Valley and got the job after previous coach, Tony Schlotfeldt, stepped down.
What does the Cedarcrest girls varsity baskeball team have going for it? You name it. They have experience, size and depth where they need it.
The Mount Si boys basketball team has a new coach this year, Jason Griffith. Currently in his 15th year of coaching, Griffith was previously the head coach of the Issaquah High School team, which he brought to the state tournament, more than once.
After losing every game in the last season, Mount Si’s girls basketball team got a huge shake up this year with an all-new coach. Bob Richey, previously the head coach of the Issaquah girls basketball team, has begun his season coaching Mount Si.
Kelly Loranger is the only returning coach of the Mount Si winter sports season and, after a good performance in 2015, has seen the program grow in participation.
Because there are no winter swimming pool options in the Snoqualmie Valley School District, and due to the low number of participants, Mount Si High… Continue reading
By completing his first marathon this year, Mount Si High School graduate Ryan Moore has qualified to participate in the Boston Marathon on April 17… Continue reading