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Agreements with 15 tribes await approval by the governor and the feds.
Trevor Lane, a 2012 graduate of Mount Si High School, was selected to play on the U.S. Olympic baseball team — and could begin playing… Continue reading
The Valley’s own Kasey Maralack has joined a select group of youth golfers after making it to a nationwide golf competition this spring. Maralack, 16,… Continue reading
The Mount Si girls varsity basketball team lost the April 16 home conference game against Issaquah by a score of 64-47. Top scorer for Mount… Continue reading
Mt. Si senior quarterback Clay Millen looks for a receiver to connect with during the Wildcats’ 23-13 victory over Bellevue on March 12. On one… Continue reading
Mount Si’s Paul Talens and Addison Craig took first in the boys and girls two-mile cross-country races as the Wildcats teams both defeated Issaquah on… Continue reading
Following loosening guidelines from the state, Mount Si High School is gearing up to return student athletes to the field, with modified guidelines. The maximum… Continue reading
Practices scheduled to begin Feb. 1 for football, volleyball, soccer and 5 other sports
Season 2 now begins Feb. 1 and seasons have been shortened to seven weeks each.
The new plan places counties and sports in three-tier systems. No signs of a quicker return to play.
Construction on the project is expected to begin on Sept. 14.
Before practice begins, parents must understand COVID-19 protective protocols
An updated plan moves girls swimming to Season 3 and makes fall cross country an alternate season.
Washington’s high school athletics governing body announced its revised plans for the upcoming school year Tuesday evening (July 21), and football is moving to the… Continue reading
Football practices to begin Sept. 5, all other sports planned for Sept. 7.
Due to the school closure extension, the cancellation includes all practices, competitions, tournaments and championships, WIAA says.
Washington Interscholastic Activities Association making contingency plans for high school sports competitions after extension of stay home order.
But if the school shutdown extends past April 24, those championships could be in jeopardy.
Mount Si players display a baseball brotherhood.
By Andy Nystrom and Benjamin Olson Gov. Jay Inslee announced on March 12 that all public and private schools in King, Snohomish and Pierce counties… Continue reading