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NYSA Summer Soccer Camp

  • Written by Derek Johnson

As kids went through their soccer drills, storm clouds appeared in the distance. The Northshore Youth Soccer Association was conducting its annual camp at Woodinville Sports Fields.

Assistants led the drills at four different stations across the field. The emphasis at that moment was ball control and body positioning on defense. The assistants constantly encouraged the kids, and many of the youngsters looked happy and in the moment.  

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FC Alliance’s G00 A Team travels to Spain, brings home Donosti Cup

  • Written by Guest

FC Alliance G00 A, with some important guest players from Wenatchee Fire, Northwest Nationals and Crossfire Premier and coach M’ily Reiter, traveled to San Sebastian, Spain to represent the United States, Washington state and FC Alliance in the 24th annual Donosti Cup.

The girls were one of 415 teams with over 8,000 players in the tournament. At an international level, there were teams from five continents, 23 countries represented and more than 1,000 matches in one week, from July 6 – 11. This tournament is one of the largest youth soccer events in Europe.

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Ride public transit to Seahawks games

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

While King County Metro Transit will operate dedicated shuttle service from and to the Eastgate P&R, Northgate Transit Center and South Kirkland P&R for regular season weekend games, fans are also encouraged to ride regularly scheduled transit service from all other locations and for all pre-season and weekday games.

Metro riders not attending games should be prepared for possible transit service delays before and after Seahawks games. All travelers in the SODO, Pioneer Square and downtown Seattle areas can expect traffic congestion and delays before and after Seahawks games and other stadium events.

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Local soccer team wins San Diego Surf Cup

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Achievement in youth sports often spans a local town, city or school district.  Sometimes a team will shine at the regional or even state level. However, when a local team excels and wins on a national stage, it is time to take special notice.

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WHS boys basketball: Tony Miller: “We have the potential to go undefeated”

  • Written by Derek Johnson

Four months have passed since the Woodinville Falcons played amid the bright lights and shiny hardwood floor of the Tacoma Dome. The school’s first trip to the state tourney led to a fifth place finish. And now, as players practice amid the obscurity and solitude of summertime, dreams of state championships inhabit their collective conscious.

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