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WHS Volleyball: Two-time academic champions

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The Woodinville ladies volleyball team, carrying a collective grade point average of 3.86, has been named the 2016 Fall WIAA State Academic Champions. The WHS Volleyball program is a back to back, two time State Champion. The eight returning seniors, #4 Kenzi Oates, #5 Jordyn Janshen, #7 Gabriella Whalen(C), #9 Catherine Johnson, #10 Lauryn Rhinehart, #18 Makenna Barton(C), #19 Devyn Young, and #28 Taylor Rhinehart were also members of the 2015 winning team.

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National Letter of Intent Signing Celebrations

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Woodinville High School

“National Letter of Intent Signing Celebration” was held Nov. 9 at Woodinville High School as six student-athletes signed NCAA Division 1 Letters of Intent.
Congratulations to:
Jordan Boyd – softball – Manhattanville College,
Baylee Carter – women’s rowing – Loyola Marymount University,
Paige Grover – softball – Lafayette College,
Lauryn Rhinehart – softball – Fairfield University,
Olivia Riener – softball – Bowling Green State University, and
Matt Zoba – baseball – University of Northern Colorado.

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WHS GIRLS SOCCER: Falcons batter Bothell with second half barrage

  • Written by Derek Johnson

Woodinville came into last week’s KingCo tourney facing do-or-die scenarios. But after beating Inglemoor earlier in the week, the Lady Falcons knocked off Bothell 3-1 last Thursday at Pop Keeney Stadium. This win pulled them to within one tantalizing game of going to State.  

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WHS GIRLS SOCCER: Falcons breeze past Mount Si, prepare for playoffs

  • Written by Derek Johnson

It was drama-free domination last Wednesday night at the Popster. As expected, the Woodinville Falcons closed out their regular season with a 3-0 win over Mount Si at Pop Keeney Stadium. The Falcons improved their record to 9-3-2 in KingCo 4A, and 10-4-2 overall. Goals were by Nicole Zaback, Regan Schenck and Pippa Bailey. Assists were by Cloey Chester, Torrey Lind and Megan Didomizio.

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