Northwest NEWS

July 30, 2001

Sports

WHS grad sets sights on the Olympics

*In a few years, perhaps, the world will know who Kelsey Withrow is and what she's capable of achieving. This Woodinville High graduate dreams big, but according to her, that's the only way to dream, especially if one wants to compete in the Olympics.

Woodinville student breaks record

*Kyle Hays of Woodinville recently broke a 32-year record in the Northshore School District. During spring track and field competitions, Kyle competed in the ball kick, sending the ball 133 feet

Northshore hires two new principals

*Sharon Lehwalder will become the new principal of Canyon Park Junior High replacing Roy Adler who is moving to the Issaquah School District.

Wrestling brothers - All Americans

*DUVALL - David and Ty Howard just returned from Albuquerque, New Mexico, after competing in the AAU Grand Nationals at the University of New Mexico. This is the oldest annual National Wrestling Tournament, held since 1888.

More Carnation 4th of July awards

*2001 Hotrod and Harley winners