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Lady Falcons fall to Inglemoor in KingCo tourney

  • Written by Derek Johnson

Sometimes in life, no matter how much you fight, claw and scratch, it’s just not enough. This summarized the Lady Falcons of Woodinville. They lost their second round KingCo tourney game against Inglemoor 53-36, which was their sixth straight loss to their rival dating back to last season.

The Lady Falcons are everything you’d want in a team. They’re talented, balanced, patient and mature on offense. They fly around like fighter pilots on defense. And the players care for each other deeply.   

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Falcons set two records; send five to State

  • Written by Derek Johnson

The Woodinville Falcons may be small in number, but they rattled some cages in last week’s Sea-King District II Meet at Juanita Pool.

Scott Evans recorded a score of 468.85 in the 1-meter dive competition. He finished in first place, and set a new record both for District Meets as well as Woodinville High School. Cole VanderWel also broke the school record for both the 50 Freestyle (21.94) and 100 Freestyle (48.16).

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Falcons top Newport; advance to first KingCo title game in school history

  • Written by Derek Johnson

One year ago, the Woodinville Falcons lost their last 13 games of the season and sat idle during the KingCo tourney.
But last week bore witness to something wonderful and unprecedented. The Falcons beat Eastlake on Thursday 52-38 in the first round of the KingCo tourney. Then on Saturday, they knocked off Newport 53-48 in the second round. In so doing, Woodinville (15-6) advanced to the first KingCo championship game in school history.

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BHS students sign letters of intent

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

BHS SIGNING

Bothell seniors Dayzell Wilson, Arizona Western, football; Cole Ford, University of Texas El Paso, football; Jackson Keimig, Yale, football; Tyler Wharf, Western Oregon, football; Sam McPherson, Eastern Washington University, football; Becca Fortney, Bellevue College, softball; and Erin McElligott, Saint Mary’s University, Minnesota, soccer signed letters of intent to play collegiate sports. (Courtesy photo)

WHS athletes sign letters of intent

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

IMG 9167 e Bolibol and Jones 2-4-15

WHS honored two exceptional student-athletes at a Letter of Intent Signing Celebration with their families, coaches, staff and friends Feb. 4 when they signed their NCAA Division II Letters of Intent. Keagan Bolibol will study at Point Loma University where she will compete in soccer, and Mitchell Jones will head to Western Colorado State University where he will compete in football. (Courtesy photo)