Andy Nystrom

Northshore boys and girls basketball teams scorching the nets

Inglemoor Girls The Vikings defeated Mount Si, 68-65, on Dec. 8 behind 24 points from Lucy Young, 16 points from Jenna Troy, 12 points from… Continue reading

 

Boys and girls basketball players bounce into action

The once-crisp nets are being bombarded with basketballs. Sneakers are squeaking up and down the court. Sturdy hands are bouncing balls along the way and… Continue reading

 

North Creek’s Dang notches 100-yard freestyle victory at 4A state meet

North Creek swimmers made a mammoth splash at their inaugural 4A state meet. On Saturday at the King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way, junior… Continue reading

 

Bothell loses in 4A state football playoffs

Bothell reeled off 21 points in the second half, but came up short against Skyline, 31-28, in the first round of the 4A state football… Continue reading

Bothell’s Butters blasts her way to league volleyball MVP honor

Bothell High’s Maddie Butters hammered 439 kills, amassed 338 digs and served 36 aces this volleyball season. With those stunning stats in her arsenal, the… Continue reading

Bothell’s Dane Siegelman tackles Glacier Peak’s Caelan Briggs during last night’s game. Courtesy of Greg Nelson

Bothell cruises past Glacier Peak in football playoffs

Play hard, fast and with full effort. That’s what Da’Vicious Wilson feels Bothell High’s football players display on the field come game time. And the… Continue reading

Bothell’s Dane Siegelman tackles Glacier Peak’s Caelan Briggs during last night’s game. Courtesy of Greg Nelson

In a running state of mind: Northshore cross country athletes qualify for premier meet

It’s been 13 years in the making. Inglemoor High’s boys cross country team qualified for state for the first time since 2004 with a second-place… Continue reading

Inglemoor boys tie for first with Issaquah in 4A KingCo cross-country meets

Inglemoor High’s boys cross-country runners stick together on and off the course. They’re a close-knit team, said coach Kelly Richards, and she’s impressed at how… Continue reading

Bothell High’s Schuller brothers double up on the tennis court

“All the world’s a stage,” said Jaques in William Shakespeare’s “As You Like It.” Bothell High’s Schuller brothers, Andrew and Johnny, have the tennis court… Continue reading

Bothell to host Mullen from Colorado tonight at Pop Keeney | Prep Football

Week four of the local prep football season has something special on tap: Bothell High will host JK Mullen High from Denver, Colorado, at 7… Continue reading

Eastlake edges Bothell, 14-13 | Prep Football

Eastlake High edged Bothell High, 14-13, in 4A KingCo football action last Saturday night at Pop Keeney Stadium. Bothell opened the scoring in the first… Continue reading

Three Northshore prep football games on the docket tonight, one for tomorrow

It’s football night and there are three Northshore games on the docket. In 4A KingCo action tonight, North Creek will play at Skyline and Inglemoor… Continue reading

Bothell Blue Train rolls past Mullen, 31-28, in nationally televised game | Prep Football

Kyler Parris kicked a game-winning 32-yard field goal with 6:47 minutes left in the fourth quarter to give Bothell High a thrilling 31-28 victory over… Continue reading

Berge brings a shot of positivity to Inglemoor High soccer squad

Talk about making a grand return to the soccer pitch. After tearing the meniscus in her right knee and missing league play for her Greater… Continue reading

Cedar Park Christian football squad is ready to roll under new coach Goncharoff

It’s grueling work, but Cedar Park Christian’s football players figure that all the time ensconced in the weight room and on the practice field will… Continue reading

Hannan stresses excitement as he returns to Inglemoor High as new head football coach

Steve Hannan is back in black and gold. The Inglemoor High 1987 graduate looked comfortable sitting in a classroom at his alma mater again on… Continue reading

Bothell High football team is a ball of energy heading into season

Push the “I want to” button, “make football your passion” and “go hard and grind.” Those are phrases that Bothell High coaches directed toward their… Continue reading

Ghizila powers her way to junior sprint world canoe championships

Andreea Ghizila is always on the move. Two weeks ago, she was canoeing along the Sammamish River in Bothell. On July 27-30, the 16-year-old Kirkland… Continue reading

Titans notch district tennis title; girls are 30-0 the last three years

Northshore Junior High’s girls tennis players did it again. The Titans finished 10-0 for the third straight season and earned a district title three-peat as… Continue reading

Cedar Park Christian baseball takes second at state

Cedar Park Christian battled, but came up short in the 1A state baseball championship game with a 5-3 loss to King’s Way Christian on Saturday… Continue reading