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Falcons win KingCo Tourney thriller, defeat Redmond 3-2

  • Written by Derek Johnson

As the Falcons and Redmond Mustangs counterpunched last Saturday afternoon, one wondered if either team would ever score the winning run. This first round KingCo Tourney game had gone extra innings, knotted up at 0-0. Sun-splashed Falcon Field teemed with fans, as both squads put on a pitching and defensive clinic.   

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Season ends after loss to Skyline

  • Written by Derek Johnson

A season that started with shining promise ended last Thursday night with the dull thud of defeat. In the opening round of the KingCo Tournament, Skyline’s Daniel Luis Miller scored two goals and led his Spartans to a 4-1 rout over the Woodinville Falcons. Skyline advanced to the second round, while Woodinville saw its year come to a close.

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Issaquah stuns unbeaten Woodinville 6-5

  • Written by Derek Johnson

As somber Falcon fans meandered toward the parking lot, Issaquah pitcher Winter Ridgeway stood on the field struggling to compose herself.  

“This means a lot,” Ridgeway said. “A win against undefeated Woodinville shows us we can do it. At the beginning of the season we didn’t believe we could. But now we know we can do it.”

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Arms up! Gnarwhals take home four more medals

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

gnarwhals(Photo by Marne Fox-Barrow)

The Washington Student Cycling League’s third race, Battle at the Base, was held Sunday, May 3 at JBLM. The Northshore High School and Middle School Composite team, Gnarwhals, medal winners were (left to right): George Bean, first place beginner boys; Andrew Springer, second place intermediate boys; Kevin Sinfield, third place beginner boys; and Ryan Bean, third place middle school boys - 8th grade.

Falcons tie Redmond, prepare for KingCo playoffs

  • Written by Derek Johnson

At the time of this writing, it’s not known which team Woodinville will face in the first round of the KingCo playoffs. But then again, it’s also not known which Woodinville team will reveal itself come game time. Will it be the one with swagger that’s always on the attack? Or will it be the one that’s cautious and careful, allowing opponents to dictate tempo?
Take the 1-1 tie against Redmond last Tuesday as an example. Playing amid a downpour, Woodinville came out aggressively in the game’s opening minutes and looked good. But then over a span of 30 minutes, the Falcons played on their heels, allowing Redmond to score and garner momentum.

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