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Going into the final and deciding race of the 2007-2008 4A girls’ state swim meet at King County Aquatics Center in Federal Way, Inglemoor High head coach Monica Mayes was completely oblivious to the fact that the Vikings had a chance to tie Garfield with a win in the 400-meter freestyle relay.
Caitlyn Hynes, 18, of Kenmore and Sadie Sheller, 8, of Brier recently received their black belts at Shin’s TaeKwonDo Academy of Kenmore.
• The Cougar Soccer Camp, serving Northshore since 2004, will have three week-long sessions this summer, July 21, July 28 and Aug. 4 at the Pop Keeney Field grass pitch. For information, visit www.cougarsoccercamp.com or contact coaching director Alex Zahajko at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Not many high school coaches in any sport can say their team has made the state tournament for seven consecutive seasons. Cedar Park Christian School softball head coach Greg Salios, however, is one of a select few that can claim that record. Salios has been at the helm of the Eagles’ softball program since its inception in 2001, and made the 1A state tournament every year since 2002.
Bothell High head football coach Tom Bainter recalled a story from a game at Pop Keeney Field when Johnny Hekker was a ball boy for the team and his older brother, Zach, an all-Kingco 4A tight end, played for the Cougars.
Sage Speak, 12, from Moorlands Elementary in Kenmore left the other swimmers in her wake at the King County Aquatic Center during the annual PAC Coast Invitational meet. The sixth-grader took first place in the 100-meter breaststroke event out of 50 competitors and placed in the top five in all but one event she entered.
A listing of sports camps happening in the Bothell area.
Some athletic programs are so inherently strong year in and year out that they seemingly never go through a “rebuilding” process. Instead, these powerhouse teams perform like well-oiled machines and simply take their talented student athletes along for the ride. The Inglemoor High girls swim-and-dive team has been that program for the past four years, having come out victorious at the 4A state meet every year since 2004. A large part of the Vikings’ success in the pool has been due to a strong core of swimmers led by Inglemoor senior Chrissy Baumgartner.
Sports updates and announcements from Bothell and surrounding areas.
Inglemoor High senior Austin Victor knew who he was going to be up against in the 300-meter hurdles event at the 4A State Track Meet in Pasco last Saturday.
When Coco Bator was 6 years old during a family reunion in Arizona more than a decade ago, she noticed a bunch of family members just hitting the tennis ball around. She decided to pick up a racket and just try hitting a couple.
Jim Verdier and his WAVE Aquatics swimmers are on the fast track to success.
Head coach: Michael Pizzo, 23rd season
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.