Sports

Wildcat girls give all at Kingco tournament

It was a mixed result at the Kingco girls' tennis tournament last week at Skyline for Mount Si High School's competitors.

  • Oct 2, 2008

Wildcat football tunes up for fall

The Mount Si High School football team tuned up for what is expected to be a strong 2008 campaign last Saturday night, as they hosted the Bothell Cougars in the annual Wildcat spring scrimmage at Mount Si High School.

  • Oct 2, 2008

Softball squad busy off the field

Even though the season has ended, the Mount Si softball program has been busy off the field.

  • Oct 2, 2008

Mount Si summer basketball team gives their all

The Mount Si High School boys' basketball summer league team struggled last week, losing both of their games in league play in Seattle.

  • Oct 2, 2008

Fall City college rowers cruising for wins

Two athletes from Fall City have been making waves in college rowing circles.

  • Oct 2, 2008

Junior golfers face off in Valley

Several young golfers from the Valley did well on their home turf last Wednesday, June 25, at the first tournament of the summer golf season.

  • Oct 2, 2008

Busy summer for Wildcat baseball players

Several Mount Si High School baseball players are in the thick of their select seasons.

  • Oct 2, 2008

Girls’ hoops squad represented at tourney

If you happen to be a Mount Si girls basketball fan, Spokane was the place to be the weekend of June 21 and 22.
The Wildcats were well represented in two big events in the inland empire.

  • Oct 2, 2008

‘Cats booster club holding fundraiser

The Mount Si High School girls’ soccer booster club is holding a fundraiser during the month of October. The club will be selling buckets of cookie dough during the week of Oct. 13 to 18. This event will be conducted door-to-door in local neighborhoods by Mount Si players. They will be out in full force from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, Oct. 18, to sell this dough, which costs $15 per bucket. There is also a presale tentatively scheduled for the Wildcat game Saturday at the high school. All funds raised through sales of this dough will go to support the Wildcat soccer program.

  • Oct 1, 2008
Mount Si quarterback Tyson Riley runs away from the Bellevue defense during last Friday night’s game with the Wolverines
Mount Si quarterback Tyson Riley runs away from the Bellevue defense during last Friday night’s game with the Wolverines

Solid week for golf ‘Cats tackle championship course

The Mount Si High School boys golf team beat Newport on Monday, Sept. 15, 172-189. Jack Kelly and Matt Prewett shared medalist honors for the Wildcats, each firing a round of 31 on the nine-hole Tall Chief Golf Course layout in Fall City.

  • Oct 1, 2008
Mount Si High School’s Victoria Falcon moves around a Redmond player in last week’s game. The Wildcats played to a 0-0 tie with the Mustangs in the Tuesday

‘Cats post one goal in three games Tough week for Wildcat soccer

The Mount Si High School girls soccer team opened last week with three games against Kingco 4A opponents.

Mount Si High School’s Victoria Falcon moves around a Redmond player in last week’s game. The Wildcats played to a 0-0 tie with the Mustangs in the Tuesday

Don’t let score fool you, ‘Cats much improved Wildcat football shows gains in Eagles loss

The final score may not have reflected it, but the Mount Si football team’s effort last Friday, Sept. 12 against Issaquah showed considerable improvement over their week one performance against Eastlake.

Miranda Pratt helps lead a veteran squad this season with their eye on a second consecutive appearance at the state tournament. Pratt will play for the University of Idaho next year.

Team will build off solid foundation After great finish in 2007, can they repeat in ’08?

Last season, the Mount Si High School girls volleyball program enjoyed its finest hour in nearly 20 years.

Miranda Pratt helps lead a veteran squad this season with their eye on a second consecutive appearance at the state tournament. Pratt will play for the University of Idaho next year.
Denis Watson

Boeing Classic returns for fourth year Golf’s greats return to Valley

The Boeing Classic golf tournament, Snoqualmie’s biggest sporting event, returns Aug. 18 to 24 at the Snoqualmie Ridge Tournament Players Course.

  • Aug 13, 2008
Denis Watson

Valley’s youth golfers shine in state golf tournament

A Fall City golfer had a nice showing at the recent Washington Junior Golf Association state golf tournament in Spokane.

Snoqualmie’s Fentress trio — brothers Andrew and Alex and sister Arielle Fentress — competed in the Benaroya Research Institute triathlon in July. Arielle

Snoqualmie’s Fentress kids — all under 10 — tackle Benaroya Triathlon

A trio of local athletes completed their events and did their best in the recent Benaroya Research Institute Triathlon, held Sunday, July 20 at Seward Park in Seattle.

Snoqualmie’s Fentress trio — brothers Andrew and Alex and sister Arielle Fentress — competed in the Benaroya Research Institute triathlon in July. Arielle

Grandma is ball team’s inspiration Players aiming for world title

Several Mount Si High School baseball players are taking on the best in the nation this week in Atlanta.

The Fall City Little League softball 9- and 10-year-old all star team played one of the most memorable comeback games in local history on Sunday

Fall City Little League’s comeback kids see tough opposition

It has been a busy July for Valley youth softball players, as several teams participated in tournaments. Fall City Little League sent all-star teams to two district tournaments held recently, in addition to the Little League Majors softball tournament for 11- and 12-year-old girls held in Snoqualmie the week of July Fourth.

The Fall City Little League softball 9- and 10-year-old all star team played one of the most memorable comeback games in local history on Sunday
Warren Moon of Carnation works toward the basket against Ken Roorda of Issaquah

Large number of teams compete in 3-on-3 competition’s second year Hot hoopsters hit the Ridge

The second annual Snoqualmie Casino 3-on-3 basketball tournament, held July 19 and 20 on Snoqualmie Ridge, was a big success.

Warren Moon of Carnation works toward the basket against Ken Roorda of Issaquah