Monthly Archives: September 2014

On the pitch….

Cedarcrest High School’s girls’ soccer team fell on the road last night at Sultan, dropping to .500 in Cascade Conference play with the defeat. Find out more on last night’s game from the Everett Herald. Now to the colleges: Seattle … Continue reading

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Red Wolves come from behind for big Cascade volleyball win, plus the college action….

Cedarcrest High School’s volleyball team had to work extra hard last night, but they were rewarded with a thrilling win. The Red Wolves needed the full five sets to down South Whidbey at home in Duvall. Scores were 22-25, 25-27, … Continue reading

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Week 4 football previews and picks with road shows for both the CHS and MSHS squads…….

Good Friday morning. We’ll have our regular diet of stuff from last night coming up, but we first have our weekly high school football preview and pick segment. This week, both Mount Si and Cedarcrest have road dates as they … Continue reading

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Mount Si volleyball splits varsity, junior varsity matches against Spartans

This week could be a very key week for Mount Si High School’s volleyball team, as it is playing a pair of Kingco 4A clubs that they’ll likely have to beat in order to make postseason. Both Skyline and Issaquah … Continue reading

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NWAACC college update

Haven’t had a chance to keep you updated on local athletes playing at the community college level as of yet this fall, but we have an update for you now on a pair of Cedarcrest High School grads competing within … Continue reading

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