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Falcons beat Mount Si 4-1, run record to 10-0

  • Written by Derek Johnson

The Woodinville Falcons turned the temperature up on a 45-degree evening with a three-run first inning, to battle past Mount Si 4-1 last Tuesday at Woodinville High School.

Olivia Riener and Taylor Rhinehart combined on a 4-hitter and Riener aided the cause with an opposite field home run in the sixth inning. The win improved the Lady Falcon record to 6-0 in KingCo and 10-0 overall. They remained in first place by two games over Bothell (4-2) and Inglemoor (4-2).

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Falcons flying high thanks to leadership from O’Farrell

  • Written by Derek Johnson

When the Lady Falcons arrived at a recent practice and read the dry erase board, they grew quiet. Written out were dreaded details for that day’s workout, which included running up and down staircases 20 times followed by a mile jog.  

In reality, it was a ruse. Woodinville coach Dani Weir was letting her team take a collective gulp before informing them of a much more fun assignment she’d prepared.

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Cornwall’s 7 RBIs lead Skyline past Falcons

  • Written by Derek Johnson

Ryan Cornwall singled, doubled and homered to drive in seven runs, as the Skyline Spartans hammered Woodinville 11-3 last Friday afternoon at Skyline High School.

Playing in idyllic weather amid a beautiful ballpark, the two teams locked horns for a scoreless tie into the fourth inning.    

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WHS Baseball Team vs. Cancer

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

BASEBALL CANCERCoach Kevin Agnew cuts catcher Connor White’s hair as coach Ryan Shelton looks on. (Courtesy photo)

On April 15, the WHS Baseball team shaved their heads to honor cancer patients who lose their hair from chemotherapy. So far, the team (or the Falcon RBI Club) has raised over $8,600 for www.vs-cancer.org.

Facing an obstacle— and overcoming it

  • Written by Derek Johnson

On a sun-drenched day, Inglemoor Stadium was a beehive of activity last Wednesday afternoon. Scores of athletes from Bothell, Woodinville and Inglemoor competed in various track and field events. Parents and friends lined the perimeter to cheer them on. Amid the whirlwind of sprinters, hurdlers, distance runners, javelin throwers and shot putters, a little story of struggle and redemption was playing at the pole vault pit.     

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