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Wyatt Mosher Heading to State!

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

wyatt for paper golf(Courtesy photo by Nanette Bamesberger)

Woodinville High School senior Wyatt Mosher will be attending the  State High School Men's Golf Tournament in Tri-Cities on May 22 & 23. Wyatt qualified during districts last fall and since has been participating in local and out of state tournaments.  The men's golf team had a tremendous turnout this last season and hope to see the continued support and enthusiasm for the seasons to come.  Good Luck Wyatt!

WHS Badminton had a great year

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff
The Woodinville High School Badminton team just wrapped up a tremendous second year and their coaches couldn’t be prouder.
The sport is definitely gaining interest at the school with 61 players on the team this year.  That number is up from 53 players last year.
Even bigger news is that WHS won the Northshore District Champions by beating the other three highs schools in the district.  That title earned them a spot in the KingCo Championship Tournament held at Sammamish High School on May 2nd.
 
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The Skating Saga of Sidney Vicious

  • Written by Derek Johnson
It was day three of my Arizona trip. I was at my sister's house, washing out a coffee cup. My 16-year old niece Sidney came home. She had been "running an errand" and entered the kitchen smiling.
 
"Umm, did you talk to my mom this morning?" she asked.
 
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Falcons fall to Newport 6-1

  • Written by Derek Johnson
Since the Woodinville Weekly last checked in, things have been going well for Woodinville tennis. As of May 3, the Lady Falcons were in fourth place in Kingco 4A. This included back-to-back 7-0 wins over Bothell and Mount Si, respectively.
 
But Woodinville hit a speed bump last Thursday, falling to Newport 6-1 at Woodinville High School.  
 
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Falcons bounce back by thumping Inglemoor

  • Written by Derek Johnson
It had been two years since the last loss. Woodinville had won 39 straight games and 44 consecutive regular season games.
 
But on April 30th, Woodinville suffered a knockout punch from Eastlake in the form of a 10-2 defeat. The outcome sent shockwaves throughout the Kingco 4A Conference. The Woodinville Falcons were indeed mortal.
 
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