Sports

Scott Parel wins 2018 Boeing Classic

The 54-year-old golfer took his first win of his PGA Champions career.

Mount Si Wildcats senior quarterback Cale Millen, center, unleashes pass deep down the right sideline on the first day of practice on Aug. 15. Millen will play college football at the University of Oregon next year. Shaun Scott/staff photo

Wildcats looking to build on stellar 2017 season

Mount Si returns a bevy of skill players to the lineup.

Mount Si Wildcats senior quarterback Cale Millen, center, unleashes pass deep down the right sideline on the first day of practice on Aug. 15. Millen will play college football at the University of Oregon next year. Shaun Scott/staff photo
Mount Si High School junior Rammy O’Keeffe, right, poses for a picture with his best friend Jaxon Cosina, left. O’Keeffe is an avid “Garden Trampoline” competitor and recently tested his skills against top notch athletes in Denmark from July 31-Aug. 6. Photo courtesy of Chatty O’Keeffe

Thriving on the trampoline

Social media is catapulting the sport of ‘Garden Trampoline’ to new heights.

Mount Si High School junior Rammy O’Keeffe, right, poses for a picture with his best friend Jaxon Cosina, left. O’Keeffe is an avid “Garden Trampoline” competitor and recently tested his skills against top notch athletes in Denmark from July 31-Aug. 6. Photo courtesy of Chatty O’Keeffe

Kelly to defend Boeing Classic championship

PGA TOUR Champions season earnings leader Jerry Kelly (pictured) is returning to defend his Boeing Classic championship on Aug. 24-26 at The Club at Snoqualmie… Continue reading

  • Aug 20, 2018
The Eastside Lions varsity rugby squad (pictured) earned third place at Nationals in Kansas City this past May. Photo courtesy of Hugh Gladner

Eastside Lions rugby club is thriving on the Eastside

Lions varsity squad earns third place at nationals.

The Eastside Lions varsity rugby squad (pictured) earned third place at Nationals in Kansas City this past May. Photo courtesy of Hugh Gladner

Thunder Sports Network takes the sports world by storm

Rich Hallstrom and Chris Brown co-authored Thunder Sports Network, but it’s friendship that counts.

As if one wasn’t enough, Methven notches two holes-in-one in same week

The Club at Snoqualmie Ridge was the spot for the pair of aces three days apart

A Seahawks dream fulfilled

North Bend’s Joaquin and others score with Make-A-Wish

Boeing Classic, Korean Air Pro-Am set for Club at Snoqualmie Ridge

Darren Clarke, Ernie Els, Bernhard Langer, Vijay Singh and many more world-class golfers will tee off in the 14th annual Boeing Classic and Korean Air… Continue reading

  • Aug 6, 2018
Mount Si Wildcats senior defensive end/right tackle Slater Macko (pictured during spring practices in early June) is eagerly anticipating his senior season on the gridiron. Shaun Scott/staff photo

Relentless work ethic drives Macko on gridiron

Mount Si senior Slater Macko can’t wait for the 2018 football season to begin.

Mount Si Wildcats senior defensive end/right tackle Slater Macko (pictured during spring practices in early June) is eagerly anticipating his senior season on the gridiron. Shaun Scott/staff photo
Sound Publishing sportswriter Shaun Scott poses for a quick picture with members of the Bellevue Christian Vikings football team following a weight training session on July 19 at Bellevue Christian School in Bellevue.
                                Photo courtesy of Todd Green

An undoubtedly memorable experience

Working out with the Bellevue Christian Vikings football team was a formidable test.

Sound Publishing sportswriter Shaun Scott poses for a quick picture with members of the Bellevue Christian Vikings football team following a weight training session on July 19 at Bellevue Christian School in Bellevue.
                                Photo courtesy of Todd Green
Shaun Scott, staff photo
                                The Mount Si High School stadium field received a makeover this summer. New synthetic artifical turf was installed in mid-July. It was the first time the playing surface at Mount Si High School had been replaced since 2005.

A brand-new playing surface at Mount Si

Mount Si Wildcats sports teams will enjoy an up-to-date field.

Shaun Scott, staff photo
                                The Mount Si High School stadium field received a makeover this summer. New synthetic artifical turf was installed in mid-July. It was the first time the playing surface at Mount Si High School had been replaced since 2005.

‘The soccer pitch is like my second home’

Snoqualmie-area players lace up their cleats for UK Elite program

Going outside of the comfort zone

Sound Publishing sportswriter Shaun Scott discusses his affinity for hot yoga.

Mount Si Wildcats player Bijon Sidhu, right, tries to block a shot against Issaquah forward Will Farmer in a KingCo 4A contest between rivals on Jan. 5. The Wildcats finished the 2017-18 season with an overall record of 13-11.
                                Photo courtesy of Don Borin/Stop Action Photography

Wildcats display determination at Gonzaga team camp

Mount Si looking to build on promising 2017-18 seaosn on the hardwood.

Mount Si Wildcats player Bijon Sidhu, right, tries to block a shot against Issaquah forward Will Farmer in a KingCo 4A contest between rivals on Jan. 5. The Wildcats finished the 2017-18 season with an overall record of 13-11.
                                Photo courtesy of Don Borin/Stop Action Photography

Joselyn dives into ultimate Chaos at Western Washington University

Division 1 club squad takes 13th at nationals

Enjoying the World Cup and being a life-long soccer fan | Column

I’ve always been fascinated with soccer and writing. In my early years playing on the soccer field, I even combined two of the key facets… Continue reading

Mount Si Wildcats 2018 gradate Tank Brewster will play football at Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, British Columbia. The college is 158 miles from Snoqualmie. Shaun Scott, staff photo

Brewster will continue football career at Simon Fraser University in Canada

Mount Si defensive end/linebacker will play football at the Division II level.

Mount Si Wildcats 2018 gradate Tank Brewster will play football at Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, British Columbia. The college is 158 miles from Snoqualmie. Shaun Scott, staff photo

Irish set to continue his football career at Oregon State

On Mount Si: ‘It’s been a great time and I’ll definitely miss it’

United Bid prevails: World Cup may be coming to Seattle in 2026

2018 Cup begins Thursday in Russia