Monthly Archives: March 2012

Athletes of the Week for 3-28

Time now for our first Boys’ Athletes of the Week for the spring. Both are from track and field. MOUNT SI – Junior Bradly Stevens gets the nod this week. He threw for nearly 188’ to win the javelin competition … Continue reading

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Wildcats battle back in more ways than one to score win on fastpitch diamond over Interlake, 3-26

Mount Si’s fastpitch softball team showed its offensive depth, and its character, in its home opener yesterday. The Wildcats battled back twice from early deficits, then had to overcome two key missed calls by umpires to pick up a victory … Continue reading

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High school track and field season starts for Valley schools

We have a lot of track and field to get to, so let’s get to it. First, last Thursday’s league openers for both Mount Si and Cedarcrest, and also news on the Wildcats up at the recent Chuck Randall Relays. … Continue reading

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Wildcat baseball splits twinbill in the Tri-Cities, 3-24

Mount Si’s baseball team made it over to Kennewick yesterday and left with a split of their doubleheader at LaPierre Field. Wildcats beat Kamiakin in rematch of state semifinal Mount Si met the Braves in the first game. The last … Continue reading

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Wildcat boys soccer missing six starters, but it doesn’t matter in win over Totems, 3-23

  With six starters missing, one could have expected the Mount Si boys’ soccer team to have a rough go of it Friday against the Sammamish Totems. But, one big goal, and tremendous play from all of their call-ups, especially … Continue reading

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