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Lady Falcons see changes in fortune

  • Written by Derek Johnson

Yuri Machida was disappointed. It was March 19, and the Woodinville senior had just finished her half round at the Plateau Club, as her Falcons competed against Skyline. She’d shot a 40 — a fact she found frustrating in light of her sparkling 1.8 handicap.

She was the undisputed leader of a struggling Woodinville team that hadn’t won a match since 2012. Disinterest and dwindling roster numbers had caused the losses to pile up to the point that losing was now a foregone conclusion.       
As Machida walked off the 9th green, she made her way toward second year coach Ruth Krochmalny.

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Woodinville Lacrosse starts strong

  • Written by Gary Bamesberger

The Falcon Lacrosse team has gotten off to a mighty fast start, having won its first six games. Wednesday night at Eastlake, Woodinville showed its style by jumping out early against the Wolves and then hanging on as the heavens opened and the rain came down aplenty.  

Coach Farrington noted the hardworking team is reaping early dividends from their commitment. The Falcons have run through three KingCo games: Mt. Si, Juanita and Eastlake. Three more league wins happened in fast order.

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WHS Girls Golf

  • Written by Guest

On March 18, the girls golf team participated in the first match of the season against Skyline. The course was much larger and more difficult than their practice course. The 10 girls allowed to compete did well with the other members cheering them on. The top four finishers from Woodinville were Yuri Machida, Samantha Hook, Bailey Johnson and Jordan Berday. It was the first match win in two years. The first home game is April 1 against Bothell at Wayne Golf Course.

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WHS baseball: Skyline gets offensive, beats Woodinville in KingCo opener

  • Written by Derek Johnson

The Skyline Spartans pounded out 9 runs on 13 hits, scoring runs in four consecutive innings, to defeat the Woodinville Falcons 9-3 last Friday night at Woodinville High School. It was the KingCo conference opener for both teams.
Woodinville pitcher Connor White started out strong with two shutout innings, before running into trouble in the top of the third.

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