Monthly Archives: September 2012

From the softball diamond….

We have a couple quick softball notes for you: -The above photo is of the Issaquah Flame U14 Zacher girls’ fastpitch team, whose tournament action we covered for you last weekend here at the SVSJ. It turns out their 3-0 … Continue reading

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Wildcat cross country sees a breakout day from Thompson in meet against MI, Sammamish

Mount Si’s cross country team had more solid showings yesterday in their Kingco meet with Sammamish and Mercer Island at Robinswood Park in Bellevue. A total of five athletes finished in the top ten in their respective races. On the … Continue reading

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Wednesday news and notes…..

News and notes this morning: Harrelson’s solid rounds earn him strong finish in college golf tourney It was a great past two days for Montana State-Billings junior men’s golfer Brad Harrelson, of Snoqualmie, as he shot three rounds of even-par … Continue reading

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On the college gridiron…..

We have a couple of college football notes for you this afternoon. Battle of Wildcat grads moved Central Washington University for the second straight week has moved this weekend’s scheduled home football game due to the continuing hazardous air quality … Continue reading

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Tough night at the office for Wildcat volleyball on Mercer Island, 9-24

Mount Si’s volleyball team suffered its first league loss of the season last night, but they didn’t go down without a fight, falling in five closely contested sets to Mercer Island on the island. Despite 26 kills from Lyndsay Carr … Continue reading

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