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Nash Fouch commits to University of Montana

  • Written by Derek Johnson

After a recruiting process he called “long and stressful”, Woodinville’s Nash Fouch has committed to sign a letter of intent to play football for the Montana Grizzlies.

The 6’3” 190 pound safety/wide receiver will join his brother Nick at Montana. Nick Fouch quarterbacked Woodinville to the state playoffs in 2015.

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Woodinville Native wins inaugural Alaskaman Extreme Triathlon

  • Written by Derek Johnson

The day started at 4 a.m., swimming miles through the brutally cold waters of Resurrection Bay. The day ended nearly 12 hours later, running up and down Mount Alyeska twice. In this first-ever Alaskaman Extreme Triathlon, 32-year old Andrew Fast claimed the championship.

The Woodinville native finished the 142-mile swim, ride and climb event with a time of 11 hours, 18 minutes and 29 seconds. He was nearly 20 minutes ahead of the second-place finisher, Danny Dvinov of Oakland, California. Anchorage’s Daniel Folmer was third.

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3rd Annual Snohomish tennis tournament was a “Smash”ing success!

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

The 3rd Annual Snohomish Summer Smash tennis tournament took place earlier this month at the Snohomish High School courts, with over 70 players representing 20 high schools taking part. These players were from schools from Shoreline to Arlington, from Monroe to Langley; 15 of those players in attendance were fresh off appearances in the WIAA State Tournaments this May. Local players included Abigail Ledsham from Inglemoor, Bothell’s Andrew and Johnny Schuller, and Woodinville’s Matt Welter (Archbishop Murphy).
After three days of competitive tennis, the division winners were awarded: Grace Flitsch of Snohomish took the Girls Silver Division, while Levi Buck of South Whidbey captured the Boys Silver title. Emily Peterson of Lake Stevens won the Girls Gold Division, and then teamed up with Kate Ivens of Shorecrest to capture the Girls Doubles crown. Ivens partnered with Brady Thomas of Jackson to win the Mixed Doubles Division. Kincaid Norris of Snohomish and Anuj Vimawala of Jackson won the Boys Doubles Division, and then in the tournament finale, the two faced off for the Boys Gold title, with Norris capturing it in a three set thriller.

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Ayden Harris of North Bothell Little League Named the 2017 Little League® Good Sport of the Year

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

At first glance of the members of the Apple Sox team in North Bothell (Wash.) Little League (NBLL), the everyday person may notice that one member of the team stands out from the rest, but if you ask anyone involved with the league, each would likely respond that it is just another normal Little League® team. NBLL does have someone who is truly remarkable, however, in 11-year-old Ayden Harris, who Little League International has officially named as the 2017 Little League Good Sport of the Year.

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