Monthly Archives: February 2018

The Snoqualmie Valley Sports Journal’s volleyball report for February 28, and a diamond note as well……

Good Wednesday morning. Light morning this morning as the high school spring sports season gets started up. Volleyball in a moment, but first baseball. From the diamond last night, one college baseball game of note and that was Seattle University … Continue reading

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Diamond cuts on a wintry Tuesday

Good Tuesday morning. It’s snowing outside folks so be careful out there as you head out this morning. With that said, it’s strange that we have some baseball of all things for you this morning, but we do. A pair … Continue reading

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The weekend wrap

Good Monday morning. We start our 2017 spring sports season for local high schools today as we send out our preseason questionnaires to coaches. Look for selected team previews in the coming days here from both Mount Si and Cedarcrest … Continue reading

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Saturday scoreboard

Good Sunday morning. Time for yesterday’s scoreboard. Youth Baseball WW Sweets 18U 9, Bellevue Dragons Elite 0 (game one, doubleheader): A rare pre-season double-dip saw a couple of Mount Si High School players get reps in advance of a busy … Continue reading

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College news and notes on this Saturday

Good Saturday morning. College action from last night for you. Baseball Alabama 12, Washington State 4 (game one, doubleheader): Valleyite Issac Mullins was dinged up on the hill for WSU as the SEC’s Crimson Tide rolled in the first of … Continue reading

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