Monthly Archives: January 2019

Cedarcrest boys’ basketball falls short against Shorewood, and news on a CHS alum on the college hardwood for you….

Good Thursday morning. From basketball, Cedarcrest High School’s boys’ team was on the short end of a low-scoring defensive battle, falling narrowly to Shorewood last night in north Seattle. The Thunderbirds held off the Red Wolves 40-38. Kian Pegerous-Warren led … Continue reading

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Mount Si gymnasts hold their own and show their depth in split with Newport and Skyline

Got some news from Mount Si High School gymnastics for you now. The Wildcats were without their top three gymnasts last Thursday night, and that allowed younger gymnasts to step up and shine, and many did, aiding Mount Si to … Continue reading

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The Tuesday hardwood wrap…..

Good Wednesday morning. We start with Mount Si High School’s boys’ basketball team and some history last night, as for the first time in perhaps years, maybe ever, the Wildcats finished a league schedule unbeaten. Mount Si finished 13-0 in … Continue reading

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The Snoqualmie Valley Sports Journal’s weekly volleyball report for January 30

Good Wednesday morning. We’ll have our hoops wrapup in a bit, but we first this morning have our weekly look at girls’ club volleyball in USA Volleyball’s Puget Sound Region, and how Valley players and teams are faring. This past … Continue reading

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More on our discussion from this morning about new WIAA reclassification rules and their potential impact on Mount Si High School and Kingco Conference

We have some more now on our discussion earlier regarding yesterday’s vote by Washington state’s high school sports governing body on how schools will be classified for high school sports. Earlier, and you can see the full story below if … Continue reading

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