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Quick-Strike Falcons cruise past Edmonds-Woodway

  • Written by Derek Johnson

Three weeks, three victories. Woodinville completed its non-conference schedule last Thursday night with a 34-7 win over Edmonds-Woodway. Paced by the dynamic play of quarterback Noah Stifle, a stingy defense and a powerful effort from the offensive line, the Falcons mowed down the Warriors at Pop Keeney Stadium. 

Woodinville improved its record to 3-0 on the season.

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New Falcon coach has the recipe for success

  • Written by Derek Johnson

When the news came last June that longtime coach Jay McGinness was stepping down, the search got underway for his replacement. After careful deliberation, Woodinville athletic director Cathy Boyce tabbed Betty Hummer.
Hummer, who has been coaching the Falcon junior varsity for six years, expressed gratitude toward McGinness.

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The Beantown Bruiser has arrived in Woodinville

  • Written by Derek Johnson

If you live in the Seattle area and wear a New England Patriots jersey, you’re asking for trouble. People here will never forget that nightmare at the goal line of Super Bowl XLIX. But when you’re 6’4” and 275 pounds, you’re like the proverbial 800 pound gorilla – you can wear whatever you damn want.

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Late Falcon Surge Falls Short in loss to Ballard

  • Written by Derek Johnson

Sometimes there can be a fine line between dreaded moral victories and acknowledging a team’s growth even after a loss. But despite Woodinville’s 3-1 defeat against Ballard last Wednesday, the signs exist of better things to come for this long-struggling program.

Woodinville’s second-year coach, Andrea “Hammer” Roelen, was pleased with the season debut.

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Falcons open season with loss to Redmond

  • Written by Derek Johnson
Last Tuesday night at Pop Keeney Stadium, the Lady Falcons of Woodinville lost their season opener to Redmond 2-0. It was a tough way to open conference play against the Mustangs, who return this season to the Kingco 4A Conference.
 
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