News and notes, 3-28

Some news and notes this morning:

This team of fourth-grade boys' basketball players from the Valley won a recent Bellevue league title. Pictured: Back row from l-r: coach Rocky Kirwin, players Isaac Edson, Cole Mitchell, Hayden Kirwin, Jake Jimenez, Cam Ferreri, Max Madani, and coach Chris Mitchell. Pictured in front row from l-r: coach Chris Sheeks, players Andrew Sheeks, Brayden Holt, Drew Warford and Jack Gardner. (Photo courtesy Chris Mitchell)

Cedarcrest softball, boys soccer in action last night
Both Red Wolves teams met up with Archbishop Murphy and left with a split result. More from the Everett Herald.

Kjorsvik homer lifts CHS softball to win

Red Wolves boys soccer falls to ATM on neutral ground

Local fourth-grade boys basketball team wins title
A team of fourth-grade boys from Valley elementary schools won the Bellevue Boys & Girls’ Club Olympic Division recreational youth basketball league title this season. They recently beat a team in overtime which they had lost two twice in the regular season to win the crown, which for a number of the players is their second straight in the league; as third-graders many of them were part of a Valley team which also won the title. The players on the team are Issac Edson, Cole Mitchell, Hayden Kirwin, Jake Jimenez, Cam Ferreri, Max Madani, Andrew Sheeks, Brayden Holt, Drew Warford and Jack Gardner and the team is coached by Rocky Kirwin, Chris Mitchell and Chris Sheeks. Congratulations to them on this accomplishment from the SVSJ.

Mount Si girls’ golf struggles in season opener
The Wildcats fell on Monday to Bellevue, 263-302 (lower score wins) at Overlake Golf and Country Club. Bellevue’s results were not reported, but Mount Si was led by a 55 from Danielle Burns and a 57 from Tabitha Dorn.

In other league action Monday, Lake Washington beat Interlake 264-273 despite a medalist round of 42 from Saint Anna Jessen at Bellevue Golf Club, and Chelsea Saelee’s medalist round of 36 propelled Mercer Island to a 219-236 win over Liberty at Maplewood Golf Course outside of Renton.

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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