Monthly Archives: May 2015

Thursday news and notes….softball and track

The Cascade Conference has announced postseason recognition for softball, and several Cedarcrest High School players were honored for their play this spring. Juniors Kayla Blakslee and Hailey Lacher, along with freshman Lauren Rich, earned first-team honors after helping the Red … Continue reading

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Cedarcrest High School football has new head coach

Cedarcrest High School’s football program has made a coaching change. Longtime head man Jason Frederick has stepped down and he has been replaced by CHS alum Billy Ojeda, who had been the Red Wolves’ JV coach. More on the change … Continue reading

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From the links…..

Five of the seven Valley high school golfers competing in this week’s WIAA state high school golf championships in Spokane will be competing in today’s final round after making the cut following yesterday’s opening round. Here’s a rundown of the … Continue reading

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Mount Si program, players recognized by Kingco 4A in softball postseason awards

The Kingco 4A Conference has released postseason awards for softball, and Mount Si High School’s players were recognized. Senior outfielder Paige Wetherbee received the lone first team all-league honor for the Wildcats. Wetherbee hit .318 this season, smacking three home … Continue reading

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Wednesday news notes….

Good Wednesday morning. Quick note from college track and field, then we have some youth baseball scores for you. A reminder as well the WIAA state high school golf tournaments start today in Spokane; in the item below this one … Continue reading

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