Monthly Archives: January 2017

Local pro golf tourney hires new leader

Good Tuesday morning. Not much this morning, but we do have some news concerning the Valley’s signature sporting event each summer. The Boeing Classic has announced the hiring of longtime sports marketing executive Brian Flajole to be the Champions Tour … Continue reading

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SVSJ commentary: Could Washington high school sports get a new member from out-of-state? An Oregon school wants into the club, and we say “Yes”

Mount Si High School sports fans could soon be seeing some changes in the 4A high school sports landscape in Washington, and those changes aren’t going to be coming from anything going on here in the Evergreen State. Instead, those … Continue reading

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Athletes of the Week for 2-1

Good Monday morning. Athletes of the Week now, and then we’ll have another commentary as well. Yes, we’ve spent a lot of time in our soapbox lately, haven’t we? But this time, it’s about something different than the football controversy … Continue reading

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From the mat and the college hardwood on this Sunday……

Good Sunday morning for you. From the mat to start off and we have some Cedarcrest High School wrestling news for you. The Red Wolves competed in yesterday’s Cascade Conference postseason tournament at Granite Falls High School. We’ll work to … Continue reading

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Cedarcrest hoopsters both fall on road, plus news on Red Wolve grads on college hardwood….

Cedarcrest High School’s girls’ basketball team struggled mightily last night, and now finds their playoff road potentially a little more difficult perhaps as a result. The Red Wolves fell 43-24 at King’s, and coach Brad Knowles was disappointed to say … Continue reading

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