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Falcons conquer Cascade; take flight for Tacoma Dome

  • Written by Derek Johnson

Tony Miller had 25 points and 11 rebounds and Demetri Ilias added 14 points to lead Woodinville to a 63-53 victory over Cascade in the Regional round of the 4A State Championships last Saturday night in Bothell.

The Falcons (18-6) now advance to the Hardwood Classic in the Tacoma Dome for the first time in school history.

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Local woman gets invigorating boost from powerlifting

  • Written by Derek Johnson

Natascha Karlova only wanted to quietly learn more about power lifting. But it was during an evaluation last year with her new trainer, Jimmy McCurry of Progressive Performance, that the 33-year-old Woodinville resident was in for a big surprise.  

“I mentioned that someday I wanted to dead lift double my body weight,” Karlova said. “He stopped taking notes, looked up and said ‘We need to get you on a platform for competition.’ I actually began blushing and I said ‘Oh no, I’m way too shy!’”

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A post-season visit with Coach Annie Price

  • Written by Derek Johnson

The Woodinville Falcons recently returned from State, and another swim and dive season is completed and in the books. Coach Annie Price, one of the most positive and energetic coaches in the Woodinville athletic department, gave her thoughts on her team’s showing at the Federal Way Aquatic Center.

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Inglemoor swimmers are state champs times two

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

IHS swim

Congratulations to Inglemoor swimmers Fisher Munro, Reid Anderson, Alex Crotteau and Seth Burrell for winning the 200 yard medley relay and the 200 yard freestyle relay at the Boys 4A Swimming and Diving state championship. Their official 200 yard medley relay time of 1:35.57 set a school record, a 4A state meet record and earned them All American Consideration as one of the top times in the nation. Their official 200 yard freestyle relay time of 1.27.09 broke a school record. (Courtesy photo)

Tight-knit Falcons repeat as 4A State Champions

  • Written by Derek Johnson

As the Lady Falcons took their place upon the victor’s podium last Friday, first year coach Kathie Koch beamed a happy smile while gazing at her girls.

“We have worked really hard all season,” Koch said. “The girls performed exactly the way they’ve practiced the last several weeks. It was a great outcome today.”

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