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The eighth-grade JV team wrapped up their volleyball season recently with a win over Chief Kanim.
Pictured are, back row, left to right: Sarah Tracy, Olivia Millard, Lexi Swanson and Elizabeth Vebsco. Middle row, left to right: Jordan Riley, Melodi Thorton and Alison Channita. Front row, left to right: Brittany Polard and Loren Harbuchuk.
The 2007 Eagles Football team won the Valley Record sponsored "Battle of the Birds" trophy. Pictured are, front row, left to right, Alex Pease, TJ Jacobs, Josh Mitchell, Erik Meister, Ryan Olson, Trevor Lane, Justin Henak, John Edens, Anthony McLaughlin and team managers Haley Perrine and Sammy Clifton.
Middle row, left to right, Caymon Granillo, Eddie Larson, Brian Copeland, Ben Nye, Reece Karalus, Jeremy Bowen, Sean Bayte, Tyler Piper and Trevor Taylor.
Back row, left to right, coaches Woodroe Kiser, Brad Hillard, Jerry Hillburn, Tony Manjarrez and Jerry Maher.
The North Bend Jambas GU-13 Rec soccer soccer team celebrated the season as champions. The Jambas kicked their way to an undefeated season (7-0-3) to take first place this year.
Pictured are, front row, left to right: Katie Swain, Alex Pfiffner, Brittany Bridges, Kirstin King, Isabella Stokes, Alix Parsons and Vanessa Carter.
Back row, left to right: Natalie Hendricks, Andrea Peterson, coach Tom Stapleton, Christine Stapleton, Linnea Baysinger, Katy Lindor, Shannon Acker and Naomi Heikkinen.
The Wildcats hosted the Mercer Island Islanders the night of Wednesday, Dec. 5, and Mount Si showed signs of being a strong, competitive team.
The Wildcats went to Mercer Island Tuesday, Dec. 4, and saw why the Islanders are considered among the best in the league this season.
The Mount Si Wildcat boys' basketball team came ready to play last Monday at home against the Bellevue Wolverines.
Mount Si hasn't really flexed its muscles in league action yet. A close match to Newport, which Mount Si won due to forfeits, didn't test the will of the Wildcats.
The Mount Si Wildcat girls' basketball team gave it their best efforts last Monday night at Bellevue, but fell just short.
The theme for this season of Mount Si boys' basketball has been gradual improvement throughout the campaign, and going into last Tuesday's game with Newport, the Wildcats got their first real chance to assess how things are doing.
The Wednesday, Dec. 19 girls' basketball game between the Mount Si Wildcats and Newport Knights was expected to be a very entertaining battle, and the two teams lived up to that.
The Mount Si girls' basketball team had a tough assignment to open the second half of the season last Wednesday night when they played the Issaquah Eagles and their tough defense on the Eagles' home floor.
It was a tough night for the Mount Si Wildcat boys' basketball team last Wednesday night as they got back into the league schedule after the holidays with a game against the Issaquah Eagles.
If the Mount Si Wildcat girls' basketball team makes the playoffs, last week may be remembered as the one that made the difference.
The Mount Si gymnastics team came closer than ever to pulling an upset over the Mercer Island Islanders but fell just short, 141.60 to 148.70.
Last Friday's Mount Si boys' basketball game against the Mercer Island Islanders was highly anticipated. Not for what the game could mean to the Wildcats in the win-loss column, or the fact the Islanders are among the best in the state.
The Mount Si Wildcats, thanks to the weather conditions and a schedule conflict, saw their scheduled game last Wednesday with Liberty pushed back to Jan. 28.
It was a good week for the Mount Si Wildcat girls' basketball team as they played well in both their games. Despite ending up with a split of those two games, the Wildcats made it back to the postseason.
The Mount Si Wildcat wrestling team notched another win last week as they downed the Bellevue Wolverines 402-24. Mount Si won nine matches to Bellevue's five.
The Mount Si Wildcat boys' basketball team continues to improve and make a case for postseason glory.
For the first time in school history, Mount Si has a Kingco gymnastics champion. Freshman Georgia Reynolds had a spectacular night and captured the top score in all-around competition.