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With a Saturday win over the Decatur Golden Gators, the Mount Si Wildcats baseball team upped its overall record to 5-4, with another game on… Continue reading
The Mount Si track and field team competed in a regular season meet against Newport on Wednesday, April 5. Mount Si boys beat Newport 78-70… Continue reading
Registration for Challenger Baseball is open, through Friday, April 21. The cost to players for this sport is $35 and scholarships are available. Challenger Baseball… Continue reading
The Mount Si boys soccer team won their first regular home game of the season on Friday, April 7, finishing the game 3-1 against Woodinville.… Continue reading
The Mount Si girls golf team took their first loss of the season to Eastlake on Thursday, March 30, on Mount Si Golf Course’s front… Continue reading
Mount Si’s boys soccer team finished out March with both a win and a loss. The team faced off against Newport on Tuesday, March 28,… Continue reading
Anglers fishing at Lake Sammamish can now retain hatchery-reared coho salmon. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife announced last week that, effective now through… Continue reading
Since 2010, Mount Si High School has fielded a boys team for the growing sport of lacrosse, and since 2015, the school has had a… Continue reading
Mount Si’s baseball team went 2-1 in the past week, with two big wins bookending a narrow loss at Safeco Field. On Monday, March 27,… Continue reading
Snoqualmie Valley Youth Soccer Association is recruiting adults to volunteer in the youth soccer program. Volunteers do not need to have children in the program,… Continue reading
The Wildcats started the spring soccer season off strong with a win against Kentwood, but tied their next two games against Lake Washington and Issaquah.… Continue reading
Despite the rainy weather, Mount Si High School’s track teams went to Issaquah High School on Thursday, March 16 for their first meet of the… Continue reading
The 2017 Mount Si High School track and field team has a laundry list of assets, from youth to experience, depth to breadth, if you ask any of the upperclassmen and track veterans.
Due to construction at Mount Si High School, the Wildcats baseball team has no field space available for games or practices this season. The team, coached by Zach Habben, has practices at Bannerwood Park in Bellevue or Ravensdale Park in Ravensdale.
Young, skilled players make up the bulk of the Mount Si Wildcats softball team this season sayshead coach Lauren Liseth.
This year’s team has once again broken records on overall team size with 23 players. Two thirds of the team are returning players, Botulinski said. The team also has the most seniors the program has ever seen.
The 19-man Wildcat team has experience on its side this season, says head coach Darren Brown. “Wehave a lot of returning players this year and 12 seniors.”
The girls tennis team is coming back to play after their best season ever in 2016, and with a strong lineup of returning players, they hope to continue to improve.
Registration is now open for Wildcats Football Summer Camp, for boys and girls ages 7 to 14. The camps will be held in July at… Continue reading