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One Falcon, One Family

  • Written by Carolyn Houser | Special Contributor

The Woodinville High Track and Field team came together for a fabulous season thanks to the hard work of nine coaches and a whole team of runners, jumpers, throwers and vaulters. The team saw a big change in leadership this year, welcoming two new co-head coaches. Jennifer Bolibol ran track and cross country locally as a Bothell High School student before competing during her college years at Seattle Pacific University. She is a long-time distance and cross country coach at Woodinville High, and this spring stepped up to fill the need for head coach. She was joined by Isaac Staat, a high school and collegiate runner who competed at the University of Wisconsin Superior. Staat was an assistant cross country coach at Newport High before joining the Woodinville team this spring.

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Molbak’s Supports WHS Football Team

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

The Woodinville High School Football team will be traveling to San Francisco for their season opener game playing Balboa High School on September 6, 2019.  In an effort to keep player costs low, the team has been doing fundraising efforts and has partnered with Molbak’s. 

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Third Quarter Bear Attack Too Much for Falcons

  • Written by Derek Johnson

The end of things is often hard, and that was the case last Saturday morning in Maple Valley. The Woodinville Falcons, just two steps from the State title game, saw their season end in a 11-8 loss to the Tahoma Bears. It was a quarterfinal game played at Maple View Middle School.

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Season Ends After Ridiculous Two Weeks in Everett

  • Written by Derek Johnson
If network television wanted to create a reality TV show about a dysfunctional softball complex, they’d needn’t look any further than the recent Wes-King Tourney held at Phil Johnson Fields.
 
With four fields crammed close together, wayward fly balls routinely sailed from one field into another, creating a hazardous environment. The scariest moment witnessed by this reporter was when Monroe’s Abbie Dill was at her position at third base, when a fly ball from the Redmond-Newport game sailed overhead and landed at her feet with a chilling thud.   
 
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