Sports

Wildcat golfers do well at districts

The three boys on the Mount Si Wildcat golf team who qualified for the Sea-King District Tournament held Oct. 23 at Riverbend Golf Course in Kent played their best, and it appears at least one, maybe two of them will qualify for state.

  • Oct 2, 2008

Mount Si boys’ tennis season over

The 2006 Mount Si boys' tennis season came to a quick end Oct. 20 and 21.

  • Oct 2, 2008

Middle School Sports

A look at Chief Kanim and Snoqualmie Middle School sports

  • Oct 2, 2008

Middle School Sports

A look at Chief Kanim and Snoqualmie Middle School sports

  • Oct 2, 2008

Middle School Sports

Sports from Chief Kanim and Snoqualmie Middle Schools

  • Oct 2, 2008

Wildcat volleyball season ends in heartbreak

The last time the Mount Si Wildcats met the Seattle Prep Panthers in the Sea-King District girls' volleyball tournament back in 2003, the game was billed by the Valley Record as the biggest volleyball match Mount Si had played up to that point in coach Bonnie Foote's run with the Wildcats.

  • Oct 2, 2008

Wildcats headed to state for second straight year

It was a big week for Mount Si Wildcats girls' soccer as the Wildcats needed to win three straight loser-out games in order to return to the state tournament for the second straight year.

  • Oct 2, 2008

Yakaboski will go from Wildcat to Dawg

Mount Si High School senior running back Brandon Yakaboski made a verbal commitment to the University of Washington for football next season. The 5 foot 11 inch, 196 pound rusher received a call from coach Tyrone Willingham while watching the Mount Si soccer game on Thursday, Nov. 2.

  • Oct 2, 2008

On the road to state

The Mount Si Wildcat football team made its first state playoff appearance in nine years Saturday night, and it quickly turned historic.

  • Oct 2, 2008

On the road to state

The Mount Si Wildcat football team made its first state playoff appearance in nine years Saturday night, and it quickly turned historic.

  • Oct 2, 2008

Junior Wildcats end season

Pictured above are up-and-coming Mount Si High School football players. The Junior Wildcat Sophomore Red team wrapped up their season Nov. 4 in a playoff victory against Skyline Green. Team members are, front to back, David Tronsrue, Ben Evensen, Jordan Puhlman, Ryan Bolen, Kris Miller, Jack Farist, Alex Anderson, David Butler, Brendan Pike, Cameron Pike, Riley Reed, Matthew Powell, Jack Nordby, Billy Warrilow, Zach Ussleman, Trent Riley and Patrick Hillis.

  • Oct 2, 2008

The magic runs out

The Mount Si Wildcats girls' soccer team battled to get to the Nov. 8 first-round state 3A playoff game against former rival Kennedy.

  • Oct 2, 2008

The magic runs out

The Mount Si Wildcats girls' soccer team battled to get to the Nov. 8 first-round state 3A playoff game against former rival Kennedy.

  • Oct 2, 2008

Cats beat Camas, make quarterfinals

Going into last weekend's state playoff game against Camas, the Mount Si Wildcats' football team was enjoying what is quickly turning into the greatest season in Mount Si football history.

  • Oct 2, 2008

Cats beat Camas, make quarterfinals

Going into last weekend's state playoff game against Camas, the Mount Si Wildcats' football team was enjoying what is quickly turning into the greatest season in Mount Si football history.

  • Oct 2, 2008

Team wins district championship

The North Bend Storm, girls' U14 recreational soccer team recently won the District II championship and is now headed to the state tournament in Shelton Dec. 2 and 3. The title game was held at Mount Si High School last Tuesday night, Nov. 21. The girls won 1-0 on a goal by Andrea Volken with less than three minutes to play to beat the Inferno Chicks from Kirkland.
The Storm is a recreational soccer team consisting of players from North Bend and Snoqualmie. Some of these girls have been playing on this team since 2000 and have been coached by Tom Chase, Kevin Riley and Dewey Duvall. They will take a record of 14-2 into the state tournament next week. They have outscored opponents this year 63 to 12 and have only allowed one goal in the recent march through the President's Cup Tournament thanks in large part to outstanding goaltending by Carly Weidenbach and tenacious defense anchored by Maggie Burrows, Genna Magnan, Alana Foster, Tabby Rollins and Winter Sutton.
The Storm advanced to the championship game by defeating a previously undefeated team from Kirkland called the Sharks, 2-0. Aubrey Larion and Haley Chase scored the goals and Stevie Riley, Megan Stone, Daylee Hames and Amber Boyce controlled the midfield. Tandi Duvall and Hannah Langston along with Bailey Barnard and Danielle Clark kept constant pressure on the Sharks defense. It was sweet revenge as the Sharks had beaten the girls earlier in the regular season.
Pictured from left to right are Haley Chase, Stevie Riley, Genna Magnan, Aubrey Larion, Megan Stone, Hannah Langston, Tandy Duvall, Maggie Burrows, Amber Boyce, Winter Sutton, Tabby Rollins, Danielle Clark, Daylee Hames, Andrea Volken, Alana Foster, Bailey Barnard, Carly Weidenbach, coaches Kevin Riley and Tom Chase. Not pictured is coach Dewey Duvall.

  • Oct 2, 2008

Rookie team wraps up season

Pictured are the 2006 rookie team of the Snoqualmie Valley Junior Wildcat football program. Front row, left to right: Alek Harbachuk, Jake Karavias, Logan Roy, Henry Foster, Austin Ross, Logan Ford, Duncan Cousins, Hunter Cegelski and Nicholas Solomom.
Middle row, left to right:       Mathew Edmund, Joshua Houser, Brandon Roberts, Cruz Parker, Logan Nicholson, Brandon Mitton, Jack Weidenbach and Dylan DeJournett.
Back row, left to right: Angus Smith, Timothy Barnes, Peyton Buyers, Dawson DeCise, Mark Farme and, Colton Swain. Coaches,left to right, Tom Buyers, Chance Carlson, Randy Swain (head coach) and Jim Karavias.

  • Oct 2, 2008

Nomads go undefeated

The U-10 North Bend Nomads soccer team recently finished an undefeated season. Pictured from left to right, are Connor Williams, Colton Oord, Justin Edens, Adam Taylor, Conner Jensen, Reid Howland, Deven Lalgee, Trevor Cottle, Phoenix Moomaw, Forest Heintz and Ryan Young.

  • Oct 2, 2008

A tough week for Wildcat boys as they continue make adjustments

The Mount Si Wildcat boys' basketball team continues to adjust to life under new coach Sloan Strohl.

  • Oct 2, 2008

Girls’ basketball starts season strong

The Mount Si Wildcats and Holy Names Cougars were scheduled to meet each other in what looked to be a really good tilt Nov. 29 to open the season for the Wildcat girls' basketball team but the game was postponed due to snow.

  • Oct 2, 2008