Local runner qualifies for Junior Olympic XC Championship

  • Written by Derek Johnson

Woodinville’s Luke Hauser will soon be boarding a plane bound for South Carolina. The 13-year-old distance runner recently qualified for the USATF National Junior Olympic Cross Country Championships, to be held Dec. 13 in Myrtle Beach.

Once there, competition will take place in five two-year age divisions, ranging between the ages of 7 and 18. Over 3,000 athletes will be competing.


Falcons coach ready for season

  • Written by Derek Johnson

As Scott Bullock recently looked over his roster, he made a bold statement.  

“Honestly, it’s one of my favorite group of girls to work with in my eight years at Woodinville as a head coach,” he said. “They are young but these girls work hard and have great chemistry and leadership.”


Falcons hope new scheme unleashes scoring

  • Written by Derek Johnson

With Mark Folsom entering his third season as Woodinville head coach, he’s looking for his team to go up-temp and score more points this year. After struggling on offense a year ago, Folsom figures this new scheme will best capitalize on his versatile roster.


Bothell football

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Bothell High School Cougars defeated the Newport Knights, 37-19, Saturday, Nov. 29 at the Tacoma Dome in the 2014 4A Gridiron Classic state semi-finals.

Bothell advances and will play Chiawana Saturday, Dec. 6, 7:30 p.m. at the Tacoma Dome for the state title.

Bracket information can be found at under the Tournaments tab.
Root Sports Northwest will air the WIAA High School Football ‘14 - 4A Championship game.

Bothell teenager takes Fencing National Championship

  • Written by Emily Hamann

The first thing on most teenagers’ minds when they turn 16 involves four wheels and a driver’s license. Not so for Matthew Comes.

“I haven’t started the process of getting the permit,” Comes, who turned 16 in October, said. “Fencing is getting in the way.”