Sports

Two win state honors

Three Mount Si wrestlers made it to the state tournament last Friday and Saturday at the Tacoma Dome. Mat Classic XX was a spectacular event as always with 24 mats of simultaneous wrestling and crowds of people cheering on their favorite wrestler.

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Softball players make their mark on, and off, the diamond

While Mount Si's softball program has made its mark on the field over the last several years, two of the team's top players are also creating a legacy of community service.

  • Oct 2, 2008

‘Cats kick off season

The Mount Si High School girls' softball team opened its season in a big way last Friday, easily taking care of the Metro League's Nathan Hale Raiders.

  • Oct 2, 2008

Softball players make their mark on, and off, the diamond

While Mount Si's softball program has made its mark on the field over the last several years, two of the team's top players are also creating a legacy of community service.

  • Oct 2, 2008

Turkey Shoot champs

The Snoqualmie Girls U-14 soccer team Kabam beat out seven Puget Sound area teams to take first place in the annual Turkey Shoot tournament held in Mukilteo last fall. The team ended their season with six wins, three losses and one tie.
Pictured are, front row, left to right: Loren Harbachuk, Lindsay Kirby, Katie Rylands, Ava Fowler, Megan McCulley and Emily Majors.
Back row, left to right: Team manager Therese Eck, Maura Murphy, Annalise Sansburn, Megan Wachtendonk, Sophie Rockow, Megan Ferkovich, Trina Eck, Katie Hotchkin, Natalie Brookes and coach Karen Rockow.

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Local girls are state champs

The Crossfire Premier '93 girls under-14 soccer team was recently named 2008 state champions at the U.S. Youth Soccer Washington State Championship tournament, held at the Starfire Soccer Complex in Tukwila.

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The week in sports

A look at Mount Si sports for the week.

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‘Boys open season on a high note

In the Valley Record's Mount Si boys soccer preview, Wildcat coach Darren Brown indicated that his team was unpredictable this year. Well, if last week's efforts were any indication, look for a potentially great season.

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Sports shorts

News from Valley athletes and athletics

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Middle School sports

Sporting news from Snoqualmie Middle School and Chief Kanim Middle School.

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Softball starts week down, finishes strong

Showing some positive signs in spite of a tough loss, the Mount Si High School softball team opened their Kingco schedule against Issaquah last Tuesday, March 11.

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Boys finally play at home

Bad weather was a big issue for Mount Si baseball last week, with one game moved and another postponed.

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Girls drop two games

Last week was tough for the Mount Si girls' softball team, but it's still early, and their chances of making playoffs are still as good as ever.

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Wildcats continue to shine on soccer field

The Mount Si High School boys' soccer team faced their toughest test of the Kingco schedule thus far on Monday, March 24, when they faced preseason league favorite Sammamish.

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Tennis team shows promise

It continues to be a difficult season for the Mount Si High School girls' tennis team, but they are still showing improvement.

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Cheer team places at state championships

The Mount Si cheerleading squad won honors at the state cheerleading championships recently. The team placed seventh in the small cheer division with a score of 195. Pictured are, back row, left to right: Jessica Nicholson, Brittany Hake, Coach Renee McCormick, Suzye Carroll and Mackenzie Will. Middle row, left to right: Amanda Swanson, Melanie Jenckes, Taylor Dana and Cassidy Will. Front row, left to right, Ellie Allen and captain McKell Cloward.

  • Oct 2, 2008

‘Cats hit a few bumps

The Mount Si High School boys' soccer team, which started its season quite well despite offensive struggles, has hit a rough patch.

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Softball picks up wins

The home victory on Thursday, April 3, against Sammamish was a critical one for the Mount Si High School softball team. With the Wildcats now at 2-3 in league, the win kept them in the hunt for postseason glory.

  • Oct 2, 2008

Winning becomes contagious

The Mount Si High School baseball team has become white-hot after a tough start to the season.

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Soccer hits a few ruts

The Mount Si High School soccer team had a tough night at the office Tuesday, April 8, when they were unable to fend off a fierce Mercer Island squad.

  • Oct 2, 2008