AUGUST 4, 1997
Woodinville girls place in national track meet
Nine-year-old Abby Tybur of Woodinville became a three-time All-American last week by placing in national track events.
Woodinville officer world's top police archer
A local police officer wins gold for archery during a worldwide police games in Calgary, Alberta. Kent Baxter says his expertise with a bow helps him to shoot his service pistol better.
Trans West wins tourneys
The Trans West 16-year-old baseball team recently captured the Continental American baseball Association's regional championship at Hartman Park in Redmond.
Fastpitch all-stars named
Woodinville and Woodinville West Little Leagues have announced the 1997 senior fastpitch all-star team.
Beacon Rock reopens
Beacon Rock is once again open to rock climbers after temporarily closing down to accomodate nesting falcons.
Super Jock 'n Jill Half Marathon
The Super Jock 'n Jill Half Marathon will feature a race and fun run/walk on the Sammamish River Trail, beginning in front of the Redhook Brewery.
Free inline hockey planned
Free drop-in inline hockey is offered at the Playground every Tuesday through August 26.
Totem Lake Mall Sports Card Supershow
The Totem Lake Mall Sports Card Supershow is coming to Totem Lake Mall. Among the featured merchandise will be vintage sports cards and comic books.
The King delivers . . .
One after another, each of the four captains of local industry that made up Arnold Palmer's golf team stepped up and striped the ball long and down the center of the first fairway.