Monthly Archives: November 2014

Herman, UW men’s soccer in playoff game today; free live webstream available

We have a quick note for you today if you are a Mount Si High School soccer fan. The University of Washington’s men’s soccer team, which features junior backup goalkeeper Ryan Herman, he a 2011 Mount Si High School grad … Continue reading

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College scores on this Sunday…..

Good Sunday morning. As we wrap up our holiday weekend, we have some college news this morning. Scores and highlights of Valley collegians in action from yesterday. Football Washington 31, Washington State 13: The Apple Cup went to the purple … Continue reading

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Mount Si boys’ hoops opens season with jamboree

Mount Si High School’s boys’ basketball team, despite the cold, snowy conditions outside, hosted their preseason jamboree today at home in Snoqualmie, and while the Wildcats went 1-1 on the proceedings, their coach was pleased with how things went. “I … Continue reading

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Saturday news and notes….(UPDATED)

Good morning. Want to let you know that snow has fallen in the Valley this morning, so that could force a cancellation today of the Mount Si boys’ hoops jamboree. We’ll check on that for you, and if anything changes, … Continue reading

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SVSJ preview: Mount Si wrestling looks to make mark in 4A this season

EDITOR’S NOTE: We close out our Valley winter high school sports preview series today with a look at Mount Si High School’s wrestling team.  Mount Si High School’s wrestling team is poised to be an instant contender in the Kingco … Continue reading

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