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The Wildcats picked up their first victory of the season last Wednesday, March 28, in their league opener with the Mercer Island Islanders.
Mount Si High School's boys' soccer program recently welcomed a group of 16 boys and three coaches from England as part of a cultural exchange.
It was an interesting spring break week for the Mount Si boys' soccer team as they struggled without several key players, who were out either due to injury or vacations.
The Mount Si boys' soccer team was without one of their star players Tuesday, April 17, but used a consistent effort to post a win over Liberty.
It was a very interesting week for the Mount Si Wildcats softball team, one that may have saved this season.
Mount Si's baseball team got its week off to a rough start Monday, April 16.
The Mount Si baseball team has been looking for that one game this season that would get them on the right track heading toward postseason.
Coming into this week, it seemed as if the pieces might be in place for a run for the postseason for the Mount Si girls' softball team, especially after their dramatic comeback win over Interlake April 21.
The Mount Si Wildcats had a lot on their plate last Friday night, April 27, as they traveled to Interlake to face the Saints.
The rough season for the Mount Si Wildcats' softball team wrapped up last week in their final home game of the season against the top team in the league from Sammamish, and their ace pitcher, Sarah Minice.
The Mount Si boys' soccer team honored its seniors for their years of service to the Wildcat soccer program on Tuesday, May 1, and the Class of '07 got to celebrate in style as Mount Si used a dominant first half to put away winless Issaquah and solidify their playoff position.
The Mount Si boys' and girls' track and field teams are headed into the postseason looking to make major impacts.
The Mount Si girls' tennis team opened last week with a loss to Issaquah April 30. In a match spread over two days (the match started April 25, but was suspended due to rain), the Eagles narrowly won, using a strong effort in singles to post the five matches to four victory.
The emotions the Mount Si boys' soccer team felt last week were on both ends of the spectrum as they celebrated a victory in amazing fashion, only to be disappointed with a loss that ended their season.
The Mount Si baseball team enjoyed a surprisingly nice run in last week's Kingco Tournament at Bellevue's Bannerwood Park. However, that run ended in heartbreak.
Mount Si will be well represented at this week's Sea-King district track meet to be held at the Southwest Athletic complex in West Seattle.
Mount Si's girls' tennis season came to an end in the Kingco Tournament last week at Skyline, but it wasn't without a fight. The Wildcats sent one representative each in both singles and doubles and there were mixed results.
Both of Mount Si's representatives at the May 14 Sea-King District girls' golf tournament did well and as a result, are going to the state tournament.
It was a great weekend for a number of Mount Si track and field athletes at last weekend's state 3A track meet in Pasco.
It has been a very successful spring for two Valley college athletes, Chelsie Eddings and Amy Trenkamp.