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Mount Si, Cedarcrest start league track meets, along with news from lacrosse, and a look at today’s action….
Mount Si and Cedarcrest’s track and field teams both competed yesterday, as the postseason has arrived now for both. The Red Wolves are hosting this week’s subdistrict meet for Cascade and Kingco 2A schools, and several events took place yesterday. … Continue reading
Mount Si’s boys’ lacrosse team is once again contending for a postseason spot. They sit just ½ back of the league lead in the Kingco Conference after three wins this past week, including one yesterday. Sam Yoshikawa had a hat … Continue reading
Mount Si’s boys’ lacrosse team has been busy. Here’s highlights on recent games: Mount Si closes out season sweep of Beavers The Wildcats Thursday went on the road to Ballard and left with a 9-5 win over the Beavers at … Continue reading
Mount Si’s baseball team brought out the bats in a big way once again this afternoon, scoring their second straight win. After giving up three first-inning runs to Bothell, the Wildcat offense exploded for seven runs in the second, and … Continue reading
EDITOR’S NOTE: We continue our series of Valley high school spring sports previews this morning with a look at Mount Si High School’s lacrosee program. Mount Si’s boys’ lacrosse program asserted their place in the Valley sports scene last season, … Continue reading
Here’s the latest news from the SVSJ desk on last night’s Valley high school sports action: Cedarcrest baseball records win The Cedarcrest High School baseball team opened the season on a strong note yesterday, using a four-run sixth inning to break … Continue reading
News and notes this morning: Mitchell receives first college offer, and it’s from a familiar program Last October, during our preview of the big Mount Si-Bellevue football clash, we speculated that perhaps the Wildcats’ star quarterback, junior Nick Mitchell, could … Continue reading
Mount Si’s lacrosse program is getting ready to embark on another strong season at both the youth and high school levels. The Snoqualmie Valley Sports Journal caught up with Wildcat head varsity coach Woody Kiser last night at the high … Continue reading