The 2017 Mount Si High School varsity baseball team. Courtesy Photo

Spring Sports Update: Boys baseball team travels this season to find a field

Due to construction at Mount Si High School, the Wildcats baseball team has no field space available for games or practices this season. The team, coached by Zach Habben, has practices at Bannerwood Park in Bellevue or Ravensdale Park in Ravensdale.

  • Tuesday, March 14, 2017 5:30pm
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Due to construction at Mount Si High School, the Wildcats baseball team has no field space available for games or practices this season. The team, coached by Zach Habben, has practices at Bannerwood Park in Bellevue or Ravensdale Park in Ravensdale.

Home games are at Bannerwood Park, 1790 Richards Rd, Bellevue.

For the team’s latest schedule information, visit http://www.kingcoathletics.com/index.php?pid=0.7.91.6.320.

2016-17 Mount Si Varsity Baseball Schedule

  • Fri, Mar 17 Peninsula 4 pm at Peninsula High School
  • Tue, Mar 21 Bellevue 7 pm at Bannerwood Park
  • Wed, Mar 22 West Seattle 7:30 pm at Bannerwood Park
  • Sat, Mar 25 Lake Washington 4 pm at Safeco
  • Mon, Mar 27 Inglemoor 6:30 pm at Inglemoor High School
  • Wed, Mar 29 Woodinville 7 pm at Bannerwood Park
  • Fri, Mar 31 Eastlake 6 pm at Eastlake High School
  • Tue, Apr 4 Skyline 7:30 pm at Bannerwood Park
  • Fri, Apr 7 Issaquah 4 pm at Issaquah High School
  • Sat, Apr 8 Decatur 7 pm at Bannerwood Park
  • Tue, Apr 11 Bothell 7 pm at Bannerwood Park
  • Thu, Apr 13 Newport 7:30 pm at Bannerwood Park
  • Mon, Apr 17 Inglemoor 7 pm at Bannerwood Park
  • Wed, Apr 19 Woodinville 7 pm at Woodinville High School
  • Fri, Apr 21 Eastlake 6 pm at Eastlake High School
  • Mon, Apr 24 Skyline 4 pm at Skyline High School
  • Wed, Apr 26 Issaquah 7:30 pm at Bannerwood Park
  • Fri, Apr 28 Bothell 7 pm at Bothell Mon,
  • May 1 Newport 4:30 PM at Newport High School

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