WHS Letter of Intent Signing Ceremony

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff
Woodinville High School had a signing celebration for 17 student athletes on February 8.  The following students will continue their athletic pursuits while attending college:
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WHS Gymnastic Team soar on to District Meet

  • Written by Kathryn Koch

The Senior Falcon gymnasts were flying high on Wednesday night as they soared past Eastlake and Monroe High School in their final regular season meet of the year. Woodinville posted a season high 179.6 and finished their season 9-1. The team is thrilled with their score as they ready themselves for post season. “We are excited that we keep improving every week. We have been working hard to make every tenth count. The fact that we posted our highest score of the season gives us lots of confidence as we head into post season,” said Senior Co-Captain, Kate Norris. “KingCo will be a difficult meet but we feel like we are in a position to do well. Gymnastics is really is a team effort and everyone did her job tonight. Our team is lucky to have a lot of strong gymnasts who each contribute. I love competing with these girls.”

It really was a team effort for Woodinville. Falcons dominated the top spots in the individual all-around with Ellie Mann (1st), Kat Rudd (2nd), Morgann Mocherman (3rd), and Kate Norris (4th).  Falcons also captured first place in each of the Individual Events. Sidney Mays was the bars champion, Teana Heys won the beam and Ellie Mann took first on both vault and floor.

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WHS Boys Basketball survive Kingco Playoffs

  • Written by Christy Schenck
Blake(Photo courtesy of Sean Valley)
While the Lady Falcons were battling it out in Bellevue for the Kingco Championship, the WHS boys’ team was fighting to stay alive versus Eastlake on Saturday at Lake Washington High School. Great team play and smart ball movement gave the boys an energetic start and sent the Falcons into the locker room at halftime up 31-27.  Player highlights included great court vision and passing from Cameron Dick and Layton Duff, finishing finesse from Evan Riseland and tough defense from Trevor Davidson on Casey Jones, Eastlake’s marquis player. At the end of three the Falcons were up by 10, but then things got interesting. Eastlake got within 2 points in the 4th but the Falcons battled back with Cage Schenck and Blake Glessner combining for 8-8 from the stripe in the final minutes and the Falcons held on for a 64-58 win and a berth in the Wes King District Tournament. The Falcons will next play on Friday, February 8, 7 pm at Redmond in a loser out contest.

Lady Falcons Win Third Consecutive Kingco Championship 73-59 over Eastlake

  • Written by Scott Bullock

The Woodinville Lady Falcons (20-2) erupted for a season high 51 second half points to defeat the Eastlake Lady Wolves (17-5) in front of a packed house at Bellevue High School.   It was the Lady Falcons 3rd consecutive Kingco Championship and 5th in the last 10 years.  It was a total team effort with four players in double figures and league MVP Mia Hughes leading the way with 18 points.

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Lady Falcons Leave Sparta in Ruins

  • Written by Derek Johnson
They came. They saw. They conquered.
Then the Falcons boarded the team bus and headed home to Woodinville.
Such was the case last Wednesday night at Skyline High School. Woodinville (17-2) wasted no time taking command and then cruising to a 69-29 win over the Skyline Spartans (4-13).
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