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Dan Konen never thought getting trampled on would feel so good.
The Inglemoor High Vikings reached the double-elimination portion of the 4A Kingco softball tournament by winning the play-in game against Roosevelt High, 3-0, Friday.The eight-team… Continue reading
For four straight days, the Bothell High track-and-field team stood around coach Anthony Williams talking about what needed to happen for a Cougar boys team to win a Kingco title.
Washington State Baseball Hall of Fame head coach Paul Moody has seen a lot of crazy baseball days in his 25 years of high-school coaching at Bothell and Inglemoor. But never has he ever seen a day with the highs, and ultimately lows, of last Saturday’s opening day of the state baseball tournament for the Cougars.
On Saturday evening, the Northshore Lacrosse team was having a barbecue in the back yard of head coach Steve Wisman’s house, playing their favorite spring sport.
As a graduating senior, Bothell High’s Darcie Richmond knew this was her last chance to make a splash at the 4A Kingco District Tournament and earn a coveted berth into this week’s state championships. To ensure her game was in top shape, in the days leading up to the event, Richmond was most likely to be found at home ... on the range.
The 2008 Inglemoor High softball team may not have gone to state like it has in nine of the past 12 years. It may not have won the state championship like it did in 2004, or win five straight games like it did last year to get third place.
Inglemoor High won both the boys and girls Bi-District II/IV Track and Field titles on Friday and Saturday in Vancouver.
Bothell High’s miraculous boys soccer postseason run came to an end in the first round of the 4A state tournament. The Cougars fell to Todd Beamer, 3-0, May 13 at Sunset Chev Stadium in Sumner.
At the state track meet last season, Cedar Park Christian track star Zach Keene got blown away by the competition.
With a jump of 37 feet, 2 inches in the long jump last year, Tess Parent would have been standing on the podium at the Class 4A state championships.
Like many fifth-graders, Trey Parry looked up to his older brother. So much so that he started running because his brother, Dylan, did.
April 16—at Roosevelt, 7 p.m.