News notes: State golf tee times announced, and MSHS boys’ soccer gets recognized by major newspaper

The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association has released first round tee times for tomorrow’s 2A boys and 4A boys and girls’ state tournaments in Spokane.

The seven boys representing Mount Si and Cedarcrest High Schools are all set to go out in the 8:00am hour tomorrow morning, leading off with Wildcat junior star Drew Warford at 8:15, followed by Cedarcrest’s Hayden Whetten six minutes later, at 8:21. The Mount Si girls will all tee off within the 10am hour, led by freshman top competitor Kasey Maralack at 10:18am. CHS did not have any girls make the state field this year. Those who make the first round cut will again tee off on Tuesday. Warford is expected to make the cut, with the remainder of golfers still to be determined.

Here’s the full list. Note that the 4A boys compete at the Creek at Qualchan course along US 195 south of Spokane’s downtown, the 4A girls are just up the road at Hangman Valley Golf Course and the 2A boys are out at Liberty Lake Golf Club in the Spokane Valley.

BOYS
8:15am-Drew Warford (Mount Si)
8:21-Hayden Whetten (Cedarcrest)
8:24-Cooper Neil (Mount Si)
8:33-Cole Bostwick (Mount Si)
8:39-Nicolo Cammarano (Cedarcrest)
8:42-Noah Lange (Mount Si)
8:51-Jack Miller (Mount Si)

GIRLS
10:18-Kasey Maralack (Mount Si)
10:27-Tori Berger (Mount Si)
10:36-Annie Burns (Mount Si)
10:45-Erika Groshell (Mount Si)
10:54-Allie Miller (Mount Si)

MSHS boys soccer recognized by Seattle Times
Three top players and coach Darren Brown from Mount Si High School’s boys’ soccer program received recognition today by the Seattle Times, as the newspaper named the foursome to the spring’ boys’ soccer “Star Times” postseason recognition, highlighting the best players and coaches in King and Snohomish Counties.

Senior midfielder Drew Harris and defender Reed Paradissis, sophomore forward Sullivan Smith and coach Brown were named to the team on the strength of their Kingco 4A title and trip to the state semifinals this weekend.

The four were the only MSHS reps in this spring’s “Star Times” selections for baseball, softball and boys’ soccer, although the school in past years has had a number of athletes across a number of sports get this recognition, which involves a trip to the Times’ facilities in Bothell for a luncheon and a photo shoot.

A congrats to all of you from us here at the SVSJ.

Rhett Workman

About Rhett Workman

Rhett Workman is the editor of the Snoqualmie Valley Sports Journal. Workman is a veteran sports journalist, having covered Snoqualmie Valley sports for nearly a decade with the Snoqualmie Valley Record newspaper before starting up the SVSJ. Workman's coverage has earned the support and respect of Valley coaches, players, parents and fans, and the SVSJ continues the standard of coverage that Workman brought to the Valley Record.
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