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Head coach: Debbie Storino
A memo to the Cedar Park Christian baseball team: it’s your turn.
Head coach: Rob Rusch, first season
After making four straight state-tournament appearances in the 1990s, the Bothell High girls basketball team went nearly a decade without a trip to the big show — until Rich Klee led the Cougars back there in 2007.
The city of Bothell presents summer camps ranging from golf to basketball. With camps available for ages 3 to 14, there is something for everyone. Visit www.ci.bothell.wa.us or call (425) 486-7430 to find out more about these upcoming summer camps.
Inglemoor High came back to salvage one of three baseball games last week after cracking the top-10 rankings in the state on Monday. The state rankings, which are compiled by www.washingtonbasbeballpoll.com, had Inglemoor ranked No. 10 out of the Class 4A teams in the state.
The 2008 Viking Soccer Camp will be conducted from 9 a.m. to noon July 7-11 at Inglemoor High.
When Darcie Richmond was 14 years old, she played in her first official golf tournament at Gold Mountain and Trophy Lake Golf Course in Bremerton.
Catcher Jordan Siu went 3-for-4, including the game-winning two-run home run in the sixth inning as Inglemoor High came back from a rocky beginning to edge Roosevelt High, 11-9, in a 4A Kingco baseball game April 15.
Head coach: Sheri Rosenzweig (10th season)
Head coach: Scott Smith, third season
Head coach: Bill Kelley, second season
Inglemoor Junior Football is accepting registrants for its fall tackle-football program. The program is open to 7-14-year-olds.
Head coach: Garron Smith, ninth season
Head coach: D.J. Baddeley, 12th season
Head coach: Anthony Williams, second season
Inglemoor may have been the talk of the town — and even 4A Kingco — the first half of the year, but the Bothell baseball team has shown it isn’t ready to get off that perch yet.
Four local residents (three Kenmore, one Bothell) completed the 112th running of the Boston Marathon on Monday.
April 30—at Franklin, 3:45 p.m.
Down one run with just three outs to play. Winner goes on, loser goes home. It’s what every little kid dreams about, to come up with the game winning hit to send your team to the playoffs.