Monthly Archives: January 2012

Wildcat girls hoops struggles in loss to Rebels, 1-25

For both the Juanita Rebels and Mount Si Wildcats girls’ basketball teams, last night was an opportunity to get back in the swing of things after a long, weather-caused layoff. And while both teams came out very rusty, it was … Continue reading

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Red Wolves wrestlers score victory

Cedarcrest’s wrestling team dominated en route to another league win last night, this time over Sultan. More on this from the Everett Herald.

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WIAA classifications announced for 2012-14; what does that mean for Valley high schools?

The WIAA this week officially released figures used to determine high schools’ classifications for sports starting next school year. Here’s a quick look at what the numbers mean for both Mount Si and Cedarcrest. Mount Si The Wildcats remain in … Continue reading

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Mounsey back home from European ski adventure

Snoqualmie teen ski racer Anna Mounsey is back home this week, and back in school at Mount Si High School, where she is a junior. Mounsey returned last week from Europe after some mixed results in races there which we … Continue reading

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The WIAA is on the hot seat in Olympia

A high-profile Washington state senator is taking on the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) down in Olympia. Sen. Don Benton, a Republican from Clark County down in the southwest corner of the state, last week filed Senate Bill 6383, a … Continue reading

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