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State high school sports is taking on a new look with the Tuesday evening decision by the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) Executive Board to alter the 2020-21 schedule.

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Scott Bullock, head coach of Woodinville High School Girls Basketball and Greg Lowell, head coach of Inglemoor Boys Basketball, has been recognized as ambassadors of the sport by the Pacific Northwest Basketball Officials Association (PNBOA).

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Renton — Woodinville High School student-athletes were awarded second place in the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) 4A Scholastic Cup for the 2019-20 school year.

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“This is very humbling for me as there are so many really good athletic directors in District Two and the KingCo Conference,” Gatter said in a May 20 press release. “It is even more special that my colleagues are recognizing me with this honor.”

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NORTHHAMPTON, Mass. — Former Woodinville High School Lady Falcon Elle Jo Whalen recorded a double-double 20 points and 15 rebounds to lead Smith College to a hard-fought 70-56 victory over two-time defending champion MIT, on Sunday March 1.

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RENTON — In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association announced Thursday that it will postpone the upcoming State Drama Festival and State Dance/Drill Championships until further notice.

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KingCo Conference officials have suspended all spring sporting events over coronavirus concerns. Officials posted the following statement on the conference website today.

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TACOMA —You could just sense Woodinville was on the verge of a breakout game after struggling a bit the last three outings. And the Falcons couldn’t have picked a better time to bust loose against the team that took them to overtime when last they met in the district championship game.

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Senior captain Hannah Jensen and junior captain Lexi Fulkerson on the Woodinville High School Soccer team received Honorable Mention status to the Washington State Soccer Coaches Association (WSSCA) All-State Team for fall 2019 season. The announcement was made on Tuesday, Feb. 18. Jensen pl…

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BELLEVUE—The Lady Falcons gave it their best shot at the state gymnastics championship held at Sammamish High Scholl over the weekend but came up shy in their bid for another title, finishing runner-up to Camas High for the third straight year.

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EVERETT —The 4A Wes-King District Championship Game between Woodinville and Glacier Peak at Everett Community College last night was reminiscent of two prizefighters standing toe-to-toe exchanging blows.

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Bothell — The game between Woodinville and Jackson High was all it was expected to be: a hard-fought back and forth contest that wasn't decided until the waning seconds at Bothell High School last night.

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BOTHELL — Taking down the top-seeded Wildcats wasn’t quite the magnitude of David toppling Goliath, but it was definitely the biggest upset of the Wes-King 4A District Tournament as Woodinville up-ended Mount Si, 64-61 in Bothell Saturday afternoon.

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BOTHELL— It wasn’t pretty, but it was a win nonetheless as Woodinville turned back a determined Mount Si squad 55-46 in a district quarterfinal matchup in Bothell Saturday.

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MUKILTEO — The Woodinville boy’s basketball team is fast becoming the 2020 version of the 1980 Cleveland Browns who were dubbed the ‘Kardiac Kids’ for escaping with a handful of last-second wins.

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BELLEVUE—The Falcons are peaking at the right time after turning back the Wolves 62-55 in a KingCo Conference playoff game Saturday at Sammamish High School. It was the second win in a row for Woodinville and nails down the fifth seed heading into the district tournament.

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Seven Falcons will be taking their game to the next level after signing Letters of Intent Wednesday, Feb. 5 at Woodinville High.

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BELLEVUE — Mia Hughes knocked down 23 points, Veronica Sheffey added 13 and the Lady Falcons defeated Inglemoor 57-43 to claim the KingCo Conference Championship Saturday. Its the fourth consecutive title for the Woodinville team under the direction of Head Coach Scott Bullock and Assistant …

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Blake Glessner drained a game-high 26 points, Cage Schenck hit for 16, but their efforts weren’t enough to propel the Falcons to victory in Wednesday night’s tiebreaker game with the Vikings.

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Blake Glessner drained a game-high 26 points, Cage Schenck hit for 16, but their efforts weren’t enough to propel the Falcons to victory in Wednesday night’s tiebreaker game with the Vikings.

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The 2019-20 Woodinville girls basketball team will forever be inked in the annals of the school’s history books as the Falcons ended regular season play with a perfect 20-0 record. Their latest victim, the 11-7 Newport Knights, were easily dispatched, 69-40, in Woodinville Friday night.

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KENMORE — MIa Huges scored a season-high 30 points and Woodinville rolled past Inglemoor 59-39 in Kenmore last night.

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There’s never a dull moment when Woodinville matches up with arch-rival Bothell, and the game with the Cougars on the Falcons home court Friday held true to form, as the contest wasn’t decided until the finals seconds.

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Mia Hughes knocked down 25 points, Tatum Thompson and Natalie Bright hit for 9 each and Woodinville improved to 16-0 with a dominating 64-28 win over Skyline Wednesday.

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The Falcons came up on the short end of a 62-59 contest with Skyline Tuesday evening in Woodinville. The nonconference loss drops the team to 8-7 on the season. The Falcons look to bounce back and chalk up a W Friday when the team hosts Bothell at 8 p.m.

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REDMOND— The 4-4 Falcons had their work cut out as they hit the road to take on the 6-1 Mustangs in Redmond Friday night, Dec. 17. But the team was up to the task and came away with what many may have thought was in improbable 49-44 victory over the top dog in the KingCo Crown Conference.

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Mia Hughes knocked down 25 points, Tatum Thompson and Natalie Bright hit for 9 each and Woodinville improved to 16-0 with a dominating 64-28 win over Skyline Wednesday.

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The Falcons came up on the short end of a 62-59 contest with Skyline Tuesday evening in Woodinville. The nonconference loss drops the team to 8-7 on the season. The Falcons look to bounce back and chalk up a W Friday when the team hosts Bothell at 8 p.m.

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