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The offensive struggles continued last week for the Mount Si girls' soccer team as they made a slow climb back up the league standings.
A look at Mount Si golf for the week
The Mount Si volleyball squad opened the week last Wednesday night with a key test against the Skyline Spartans that turned into the match that most had been expecting: a very close, entertaining encounter with great action on both sides.
Many football fans know that there are three parts to the game: offense, defense and special teams. When one of those parts runs into trouble, it makes it more difficult for a team to win, and for the Mount Si Wildcats last Friday night at Issaquah High School playing the Eagles, that was very much the case.
Kate Deines has, in four years of soccer for the Issaquah High School girls' program, been a big pain for the Mount Si Wildcats.
Deines in 2005 scored a goal and had two assists against Mount Si; last year, she scored goals in both games against the Wildcats, including an overtime winner.
The Mount Si Wildcat girls' soccer team opened the second half of their schedule last Tuesday and it was a big night for two young players who are poised to become stars in the program.
As was expected, last Friday's Wildcat football game with Garfield was an opportunity for Mount Si coach Charlie Kinnune to let some of his reserves get quality playing time and many of them stepped up as the Wildcats easily handled the 4A Bulldogs from Seattle.
The Mount Si Wildcat volleyball team opened last week with a home date against the top team in the league, the Newport Knights, and the league's top player, senior hitter Lauren Barfield.
Mount Si's girls' soccer team seems to have come out of its first-half struggles as they won their third straight game last Tuesday, shutting out the Liberty Patriots, 3-0.
For the Mount Si Wildcats volleyball team, playing the Issaquah Eagles the last few years has been no easy task.
The Mount Si Wildcats football team had a lot on its plate last Friday.
Even though it has been a struggle at times this season for the Mount Si Wildcats' football team, there has been one constant that coaches and fans have been able to count on every week, and that is a solid, consistent effort on defense.
Senior class members of Mount Si's volleyball team have enjoyed many memorable moments over their four years in the Wildcat program, but last Wednesday, they saved the best for last.
It was a good night last Tuesday for the Mount Si girls' soccer team as the Wildcats continued to solidify their hold on the fourth spot in the Kingco playoffs with their largest offensive output of the season.
It was another strong showing for the Mount Si boys' golf team Monday, Oct. 22, at the SeaKing District Tourn-ament in Kent.
The Mount Si Wildcat girls' soccer team closed out the regular season with a split of their two games last week.
It was a bittersweet night last Thursday for the Mount Si Wildcats' football team. They played well in beating the Interlake Saints to close out the Kingco regular season, but their playoff dreams were officially extinguished with Issa-quah's big win over Newport.
The Mount Si Wildcats' volleyball team played well in front of their home fans as they qualified for the Sea-King district tournament at the Kingco Tournament last Friday and Saturday at Mount Si High School.
The Mount Si girls' volleyball program this season has been built on team unity and chemistry. For several of the players, though, chemistry is old hat; there are at least three sets of sisters on the team, two of which participated on varsity during the Kingco Tournament.
The Mount Si Wildcats' volleyball team went to the state tournament at the Toyota Center in Kennewick looking to do two things: play strong, consistent volleyball and simply have fun. They did both and as a result, the Wildcat volleyball program had one of its most memorable days ever as they brought home a trophy.