Monthly Archives: November 2012

A quick preview of tonight’s special game for Mount Si’s girls basketball team

Tonight, Mount Si’s girls basketball team welcomes a team in from Australia for an exhibition game at 7:30 p.m., and the contest should not only be a great basketball event, but a super educational experience as well. Here’s some information … Continue reading

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On the college hardwood….

Men’s college hoops action last night had two Valleyites competing, here’s the highlights: -In Parkland, PLU was easily handled by NAIA foe Northwest University of Kirkland 72-38. Sophomore Andrew Alness from Duvall, a 2011 graduate of Cedarcrest High School, played … Continue reading

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Red Wolves basketball splits against Squalicum, 11-27

Cedarcrest’s boys and girls basketball teams played Squalicum of Bellingham last night to open the season. We have game wraps from both the Everett Herald and Bellingham Herald for you this morning. Red Wolves girls blow out Storm (Everett) Red … Continue reading

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Mount Si girls’ hoops takes care of business in season opener, 11-27

It was an interesting start to the season last night for Mount Si’s girls’ basketball team, as they had to overcome a slow start, and a lot of turnovers, to post their first win of the season. Sally Nelson led … Continue reading

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BREAKING NEWS: Mount Si boys’ basketball home/league opener changed

As an update to our preview this morning, there is a change to announce for the Mount Si Wildcats boys’ basketball league – and home – opener. We had told you that it was set for next Friday against Bellevue; … Continue reading

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