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Timbercrest Student Breaks WHS High Jump Record

  • Written by Derek Johnson

Holland Pilukas doesn’t yet wander the halls of Woodinville High School. She has yet to attend a class. But the moment she sets foot on campus this fall, she’ll become the best female high jumper in school history.

Pilukas cleared a height of 5’6-½” two weeks ago, which shattered the old WHS record of 5’5”. Not only that, Pilukas has jumped higher than any other high school girl in the state this year. Not too bad for an eight grader from Timbercrest Junior High.

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Falcon season ends in semifinal loss to Skyline

  • Written by Derek Johnson

The game had been over for thirty minutes, but the Woodinville players and coaches remained on the field. They lingered and savored these final moments of the 2017 season.

“It's a great group of young men,” Woodinville coach Will Corrigan said. “We talk every day that it's not about the result, it's about the process. The result tonight wasn't what we wanted, but we played hard and that's all you can ask as a coach.”

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Falcons beat Puyallup, capture third State Championship

  • Written by Derek Johnson

This season, the Lady Falcons led the league in everything: Wins, runs, shutouts, laughter, good times and a love of life that was hurricane force.

They received more media exposure than ever before. USA Today ranked them #7 in their nationwide Super 25 Poll. KOMO-TV and KING-TV produced features. And the Seattle Times brought regional attention to this storied program.

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Falcon Express Steamrolls toward Spokane

  • Written by Derek Johnson

Taylor Rhinehart capped a stupendous stretch of pitching for Woodinville, and the Lady Falcons advanced to the State Tourney by beating Inglemoor 13-3 in last Wednesday’s Kingco 4A championship game.

Olivia Riener and Paige Grover slugged back-to-back homers in a five-run third inning against their old nemesis, Inglemoor ace Macknezie DeKay. This gave Woodinville (22-0) the momentum needed to capture the conference crown and punch a ticket this week to Spokane.

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High Jump

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

high jump(Courtesy photo)

Holland Pilukas, an 8th grader at TJH cleared  5’6 1/4” in the high jump last Thursday in a meet at Canyon Park JH. She beat the current Woodinville High School girls record of 5’5”.  She is the goalkeeper for the Crossfire ECNL U15 team, they are 12-0 and headed to Illinois in June for the ECNL National Playoffs. She has also been invited to attend the US Soccer Training Center Combine in Oregon in June as well as being named to the Region IV ODP championship All Tournament 18 this past January.