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Tyson Riley, center, is tackled during tackling drills at Mount Si High School's annual spring football camp last week. The Wildcats traveled to Bethel last Friday for a jamboree against Graham-Kapowsin and Bethel, both 4A schools. Mount Si coach Charlie Kinnune commented that his young team did well against both schools, but still has some work to do before fall.
Mount Si girls' basketball tournament had mixed results for two participating Wildcat teams.
A local youth baseball team's hot summer season only got hotter recently as they traveled north of the border and brought home some hardware.
Several Little League all-star teams from the Valley made their marks at the recent District 9 tournaments. Leading that charge was the Majors Softball team from Fall City, combined with the Sno-Valley North Little League of Carnation and Duvall, as they finished second after an amazing run.
"I feel like I just gave birth," exclaimed Dan Saimo as he made the final preparations for the opening of the Fischer Creek Bike Park Saturday, July 14.
A local youth cyclist made a splash on the national stage recently, doing very well at a competition in New England.
This past weekend a major cycling event came to the Valley. More than 500 cyclists from all over the United States and Canada, including a local man, pedaled almost 200 miles in three days over three mountain passes as part of the John L. Scott Foundation's Courage Classic Bicycle Tour.
A couple of girl golfers with Kingco connections, including a Mount Si player, took on some of the best youth girl golfers in the nation recently at a major junior tournament in Boise.
It has been a busy last few weeks for several local youth golfers as their summer golf seasons wind down.
Top-level players on the Champions Tour will hit the links through Sunday at TPC Snoqualmie Ridge golf course for the 2007 Boeing Classic.
Zimbabwe native Denis Watson took home the $240,000 winner's prize in last week's Boeing Classic, held at the Tournament Player's Course on Snoqualmie Ridge.
The Mount Si Wildcat football program kicked off the 2007 season last Saturday with the annual Red-White intrasquad scrimmage, and based on how the team looked, Mount Si appears to be in position to contend this season for another trip to state.
The season opened on a bit of a sour note for the Mount Si Wildcats girls' volleyball team last Tuesday night as they were swept in three games by a group of ladies from across the Cascades.
Coming off their shocking opening week home shutout loss to Skyline, the Bellevue Wolverines football team rolled into Mount Si last Friday night looking to prove something not just to themselves, but to people who may have doubted the strength of this year's team.
It was a strange night for the Mount Si Wildcat girls' soccer team last Tuesday as they opened their home schedule against the Liberty Patriots.
The Mount Si Wildcat football team took a big step in their development last Friday night and in doing so, treated their fans to maybe one of the greatest comebacks in school history as the Wildcats, down 20-3 at one point in the first half, scored 34 straight unanswered points to stun the Mercer Island Islanders 37-20 on the island.
Mount Si's girls' varsity volleyball team split a pair of matches against Kingco 4A opponents last week.
Wildcat Cross Country
Mount Si's varsity volleyball team played a close one at Woodinville last Monday night, Sept. 16, but fell in three to the Falcons. The Kingco 4A team won 25-18, 25-21 and 25-19.
The offensive struggles continued last week for the Mount Si girls' soccer team as they made a slow climb back up the league standings.