Monthly Archives: March 2016

Mount Si boys’ soccer blanks Redmond

Mount Si High School’s boys’ soccer team got goals from Oliver Eriksen and Drew Harris in a nice 2-0 road shutout over Redmond last night at Redmond High School. A.J. Zanas and Griffin Popp combined on the shutout in goal … Continue reading

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Fall City pro soccer star is back stateside, and Valley fans can see him in action close to home tonight

Mount Si High School soccer fans have another chance to see an alum in action close to home tonight. The United Soccer Leagues’ Arizona United FC team is playing Seattle Sounders 2 tonight down at Starfire, and on Arizona’s roster … Continue reading

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More on Jimmy Boyce’s 2016 debut with Mount Si baseball……

Quick note on Mount Si High School baseball pitcher Jimmy Boyce, who made his 2016 debut yesterday afternoon for the Wildcats on the mound in their 8-4 win over Redmond. The reason he got to start is because he is … Continue reading

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CHS girls’ golf falls

Quickie as well from Cedarcrest High School girls’ golf, as they fell at home on Monday to South Whidbey despite another solid round from Casey Spurr. More on the loss in the Everett Herald.

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Mount Si baseball rallies from early hole for win in Boyce’s 2016 debut, plus news from the colleges

What a day for Jimmy Boyce and Mount Si High School baseball yesterday. Boyce, making his first start of the year following his appearance at February’s World Baseball Classic tournament representing his native New Zealand, pitched five solid innings, allowing … Continue reading

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