Northwest NEWS

October 11, 1999

Sports

Falcons become Kingco target

WHS footballCoaches for Juanita, Redmond, and now Lake Washington High Schools have all said it: "To beat a team like Woodinville, with its excellent program, is what we are aiming for."

Homecoming not a winner for the Red Wolves

CHS footballAmid the pageantry and the raindrops last Friday night, the Cedarcrest Red Wolves fell to the 3-2 Mercer Island Islanders, 41-14, to drop their record to 0-5 on the season.

Woodinville's Michael Wagner commits to UW Huskies

Michael WagnerWHS senior Michael Wagner has given the University of Washington baseball team an oral commitment for next year, receiving a scholarship in return.

Olson wins national cross-country title for runners over 70

cross-country titleKnute Olson, 77-year-old Woodinville resident, recently won his second straight national cross-country championship for runners over 70, at a 7K race at the 7,500-foot level in South Lake Tahoe, Nevada.