Sports

Sweet score for Mount Si

Mount Si High’s Jared Davies connects with the ball for his squad’s sixth goal during a 7-0 win over Bothell last Friday. Mateo DiDomenico delivered… Continue reading

  • Apr 23, 2018
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                                The Mount Si Wildcats defeated the Issaquah Eagles 4-1 in a contest between KingCo 4A rivals on April 18 at Issaquah High School.

Wildcats defeat Eagles in KingCo 4A matchup on the diamond

Mount Si pitcher Michael Collins dominates on the hill against Issaquah.

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                                The Mount Si Wildcats defeated the Issaquah Eagles 4-1 in a contest between KingCo 4A rivals on April 18 at Issaquah High School.

Mount Si senior sports signees

Mount Si High seniors who signed letters of intent to play on college teams next year celebrate with their parents on April 18 in the… Continue reading

  • Apr 18, 2018

Snoqualmie’s speedy skier

Galloway competes in slalom races at International Whistler Cup.

Photo courtesy of Don Borin/Stop Action Photography
                                Mount Si Wildcats senior midfielder Kyle Hunter, center, is surrounded by Issaquah Eagles players in a matchup between KingCo 4A rivals on April 13 at Mount Si High School. Issaquah defeated Mount Si 2-0.

Wildcats lose to Eagles in KingCo 4A soccer showdown

Mount Si struggles to get offense on track against Issaquah.

Photo courtesy of Don Borin/Stop Action Photography
                                Mount Si Wildcats senior midfielder Kyle Hunter, center, is surrounded by Issaquah Eagles players in a matchup between KingCo 4A rivals on April 13 at Mount Si High School. Issaquah defeated Mount Si 2-0.
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                                The Mount Si Wildcats defeated the Eastlake Wolves 9-5 in a battle between KingCo 4A teams on April 9. Mount Si improved its overall record to 7-5 with the win. Mount Si first infielder Michael Collins hauls in a toss from the infield, getting Eastlake runner Dalton Chandler out at first base.

Wildcats defeat Wolves on the diamond

Mount Si captures win against KingCo 4A rival.

  • Apr 12, 2018
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                                The Mount Si Wildcats defeated the Eastlake Wolves 9-5 in a battle between KingCo 4A teams on April 9. Mount Si improved its overall record to 7-5 with the win. Mount Si first infielder Michael Collins hauls in a toss from the infield, getting Eastlake runner Dalton Chandler out at first base.
Promotional image courtesy of Friends of Youth

Mariners celebrate Friends of Youth Day

Friends of Youth will join the Seattle Mariners at Safeco Field to support their youth services.

  • Apr 10, 2018
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Slugging strong at Safeco

Mount Si downs West Seattle, 13-2.

  • Apr 9, 2018

Wildcats displaying a toughness on the golf course

Mount Si squad features eight seniors.

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                                Mount Si Wildcats players surround Sam Simmons after she connected on a home run to left field in the top of the fifth inning. Mount Si defeated Issaquah, 6-4, on April 5.

Wildcats softball team captures second victory of the 2018 season

Mount Si fends off Issaquah’s comeback bid.

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                                Mount Si Wildcats players surround Sam Simmons after she connected on a home run to left field in the top of the fifth inning. Mount Si defeated Issaquah, 6-4, on April 5.

It’s a rugby time of year

Rugby season is rolling in the Northwest. The Eastside’s Panthers Youth Rugby Club is sporting teams in the U10, U12 and U14 divisions. For information,… Continue reading

  • Apr 2, 2018

Wildcat on the loose: Mount Si’s Waskom is running strong

Junior has qualified for several track and cross country state meets

Photo courtesy of Jim Nicholson
                                Mount Si starting pitcher Tank Brewster allowed just five hits and had nine strikeouts in 4 2/3 innings of work against the Issaquah Eagles on March 28. Brewster surrendered just two earned runs. Issaquah defeated Mount Si 3-1 in a battle between KingCo 4A squads.

Eagles conquer rival Wildcats in KingCo 4A baseball showdown

Mount Si pitching staff performs well despite defeat.

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                                Mount Si starting pitcher Tank Brewster allowed just five hits and had nine strikeouts in 4 2/3 innings of work against the Issaquah Eagles on March 28. Brewster surrendered just two earned runs. Issaquah defeated Mount Si 3-1 in a battle between KingCo 4A squads.

Playing multiple sports creates better, healthier kids, says physical therapist

Special to the Reporter In an era of specialization in sports involving athletes of all ages, physical therapist and DPT, Anna Friedman, joins most medical… Continue reading

  • Mar 28, 2018

Mount Si baseball beats Bothell in 11 innings

Baseball Michael Collins and Spencer Marenco drove in runs in Mount Si’s 2-1, 11-inning win over Bothell on March 21. Collins’ walkoff double sealed the… Continue reading

  • Mar 27, 2018
Kelsey Maralack. Photo courtesy 2018 Drive, Chip & Putt

Maralack swings to Augusta for the 2018 Drive, Chip and Putt National Finals

Snoqualmie resident will compete in the female age 12-13 group.

  • Mar 27, 2018
Kelsey Maralack. Photo courtesy 2018 Drive, Chip & Putt

Seattle deserves to host World Cup 2026 matches, according to local soccer aficionados

FIFA will decide where the 48-team event lands in June.

Mount Si senior captains, from left, Lauren Wilbourne and Grace Lis. Andy Nystrom, Reporter

Wildcats keep it moving

Mount Si has a talented roster of athletes.

Mount Si senior captains, from left, Lauren Wilbourne and Grace Lis. Andy Nystrom, Reporter
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                                Issaquah Eagles forward Jacob Barsher controls the ball while being guarded by Mount Si’s Inaki McCarthy in the first half of play. Issaquah defeated Mount Si 2-0 in overtime on March 24 at Gary Moore Stadium in Issaquah.

Eagles defeat Wildcats in overtime

“We just want to get healthy. We know we can play with anybody,” Mount Si coach Darren Brown said.

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                                Issaquah Eagles forward Jacob Barsher controls the ball while being guarded by Mount Si’s Inaki McCarthy in the first half of play. Issaquah defeated Mount Si 2-0 in overtime on March 24 at Gary Moore Stadium in Issaquah.
Mount Si shortstop Troy Baunsgard, left, tags out a Lake Washington High’s Jose Vizcarra at second base during a March 9 jamboree at Inglemoor High School. Andy Nystrom, staff photo
                                Mount Si shortstop Troy Baunsgard, left, tags out a Lake Washington High’s Jose Vizcarra at second base during a March 9 jamboree at Inglemoor High School. Andy Nystrom, staff photo

Fresh faces, fast feet

Mount Si is looking forward to the 2018 season on the diamond.

Mount Si shortstop Troy Baunsgard, left, tags out a Lake Washington High’s Jose Vizcarra at second base during a March 9 jamboree at Inglemoor High School. Andy Nystrom, staff photo
                                Mount Si shortstop Troy Baunsgard, left, tags out a Lake Washington High’s Jose Vizcarra at second base during a March 9 jamboree at Inglemoor High School. Andy Nystrom, staff photo