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Henry Coba wins Terry Agnew Award

  • Written by Derek Johnson

Alan Dillman might be understated, but he quietly possesses a prankster streak. For the second season in a row, the head coach for Woodinville Baseball surprised one of his players in the process of presenting them the Terry Agnew WBC Scholarship Award.

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Falcons advance in state championship

  • Written by Gary Bamesberger

Alex Blue continued his torrid scoring pace, tallying 10 goals in two games to lead the lacrosse team through the first two rounds of the state championship. The Falcons have made it to the tournament twice now. In 2011, the team, only two years in the making, played and won the State Division II championship. Four years later, the Falcons have found their way back into the postseason, this time against the state’s top D1 programs.

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Jim Weir a proud papa as daughter wins KingCo crown

  • Written by Derek Johnson

As the Falcons recorded the final out and clinched their KingCo Championship last Wednesday, the celebration got underway. The 8-2 win over Inglemoor pushed Woodinville’s record to 22-1, and sent them to the State Tourney in Spokane once again.

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Saying goodbye to Moriah, Britta and The Kelsonic Boom

  • Written by Derek Johnson

The Woodinville Falcons sent six players to last week’s KingCo Tourney held at Skyline High School, although only one (Moriah Austin) made it past the first day of competition.  

As their prep careers came to a close, some of the seniors reflected on their favorite memories of this 7-3 season. The stories revolved around camaraderie, good times and their colorful coach Jay McGinness.

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