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Falcons lose to Bothell in battle of unbeatens

  • Written by Derek Johnson

It’s in those high-pressure moments that great players come to the forefront. And last Friday’s game between Bothell and Woodinville was no exception.

Taya Corosdale, Bothell’s supremely smooth and talented center, buried a three-pointer with 3:42 left to give her Cougars a 43-42 lead over Woodinville. This also gave Bothell a ton of momentum, with which they would go on to win 52-48, taking sole possession of first place in KingCo 4A.

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Furious Falcon rally falls short against Bothell

  • Written by Derek Johnson

Teams are sometimes reluctant to declare moral victories in defeat. But in Woodinville’s case, their game last Friday against a talented Bothell team might qualify.  

Beset by a bloodbath of a first half, the Falcons looked to be on their way to a terrible defeat. They trailed 38-25 and were getting torched by Bothell’s Josh Kollman. But in the third quarter, Woodinville outscored Bothell 22-7 to take a 47-45 lead – much to the delight of the capacity home crowd. 

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Alek Kacmarcik enjoying his time at Eastern Washington

  • Written by Derek Johnson

When you turn on the TV and see that God-awful red turf, it only means one thing: The Eastern Washington Eagles are playing a home football game.

But for fans of Woodinville football, it has additional meaning. There’s a chance you’ll see former Falcon Alek Kacmarcik on the field, wearing #35 and playing strong side linebacker.

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Falcons reach Nike finals, lose to Sacramento

  • Written by Derek Johnson

Spending time in the Arizona desert isn’t a bad way to warm up from the December cold of Seattle.   

That was the ticket for the Woodinville Falcons (10-1), who traveled to Phoenix to play in the 20th annual Nike Tournament of Champions.

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Wrestling team embraces: ‘One Falcon, One Family’

  • Written by Ryan Hitzemann WHS Assistant Wrestling Coach

For the first time in the history of Woodinville High School a group of teammates attended at least one event of every fall sports team! There were at least eight wrestlers at girls volleyball, boys tennis, football, girls soccer, boys & girls cross country, boys golf and girls swim/dive.

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