Monthly Archives: February 2015

Friday news and notes….

Good Friday morning. Two items from college sports on this Friday: Baseball Gonzaga, Purdue split two in desert: Gonzaga University’s baseball team took on Purdue yesterday in a twinbill down in Phoenix, AZ, with both teams winning one game apiece. … Continue reading

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Mount Si volleyball players competing in major club tournament this weekend

We have a small item from club volleyball for you today. It may be snowing and quite cold right now in Denver, CO, but teams are arriving there today in the Mile High City for a big national tournament qualifier. … Continue reading

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A note from your editor……

If you are a parent of a Valley college spring sports athlete, the Snoqualmie Valley Sports Journal wants to hear from you. The SVSJ is looking to hear from those of you whose sons or daughters are competing in college … Continue reading

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College notes…..

Good Thursday morning. College action for you this morning: Proudfoot’s homer sparks Texas Tech baseball comeback Texas Tech’s baseball team stormed back from a 3-0 deficit, scoring three times in the bottom of the ninth to stun visiting Sacramento State … Continue reading

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North Bend’s Censullo earns recognition for work in classroom by college athletic conference

UPDATED from earlier version of story As promised earlier, we have some news on a Mount Si High School grad earning recognition from his college athletic conference not for his play on the field, but for his hard work in … Continue reading

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