Falcons return from San Diego with two wins

  • Written by Derek Johnson
The Woodinville Falcons descended upon San Diego last week for Spring Break. The team played three games, did team-bonding exercises and prepared mentally for the season’s second half. The coaches referred to it as a business trip, but they scheduled fun stuff too. 
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WJFA - Keeping Kids Safe!

  • Written by WJFA Board of Directors

The Woodinville Junior Football & Cheer Association (WJFA) is excited to announce new player safety initiatives for the 2018 season. Head impact sensors, sideline trainers, and off-season conditioning partners will be announced on April 28th at our Spring Informational Social.

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Falcons ride the Kubota to win over North Creek

  • Written by Derek Johnson

Will Kanaly fired a 4-hit shutout and Takeshi Kubota stole a base, scored two runs and made two great catches, as Woodinville blanked North Creek 10-0 last Monday night at Falcon Field.

For the Falcons, the win snapped a six-game losing streak. Woodinville improved its record on the season to 2-10. 

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drive-chip-putt champ

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

putt champTaighan Chea, of Bothell, won the Drive-Chip-Putt National finals held at Augusta National Golf Club home of the Masters Tournament in Augusta, Georgia earlier this month.

Taighan won the boys 7-9 year old division and did it dramatic fashion by sinking the last putt.

Taighan is coached by Brian Flugstad, teaching professional at Inglewood Golf Club in Kenmore. Flugstad said, "It was truly a privilege to be there with him for the competition!"

Falcons Doing their Thing Come Rain or Shine

  • Written by Derek Johnson
Former Woodinville trainer Shan Souza and I used to joke around during track and field events. Weather-related humor was a staple. When it rained the kids often complained about being wet and cold. But when spring temps warmed to the high 70s, the kids would stream toward Souza’s tent to ward off heat stroke. (Shan found that endearingly amusing, since she hailed from Hawaii).
But come last Thursday, a cold drizzle descended upon Woodinville High School. And there I was, huddled beneath a tent… Shielding my Nikon and warily peering toward the sky like a wuss.(Hopefully Shan won’t read this).  
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