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Local World Cup and two-time Olympic downhill skier Scott Macartney has returned home Monday after an injury knocked him out of competitive racing for the second year running.
The Juanita cheerleading team recently qualified for the WIAA State Cheerleading Championship.
Juanita 64, Sammamish 23
Woodinville 182.9, Bothell 175.15, Ballard 169.4, Lake Washington 129.85All-around — 1, Hailey Wells, W, 37.9; 2, Tracy Tsujii, Bo, 37.05; 3, Karin Ochsner, W, 36.4.… Continue reading
The prep basketball regular season just passed the half-way mark. Here is a look at how area teams have performed so far.
The Sharks were the champs of the 2008 Girls U-10 Lake Washington Youth Soccer Association. They only lost one game all season and won the overall round robin tournament consisting of 17 teams.
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Dedication. Drive. Commitment. Call it what you like, just know that Lake Washington’s Grant Haschak has plenty of it.
The Juanita swim team will have to overcome inexperience to succeed this season.
For the third straight year, the Pirates won the WSYSA District II Championship of the President’s Cup Tournament.
Lake Washington wrestler Grant Haschak can add one more win to his prestigious career.
A look at how Kirkland basketball teams are doing before heading into Winter break.
A big influx of sophomore wrestlers has provided optimism for the Juanita wrestling team.
The Lake Washington boys swim team has made great strides recently. The team placed a relay group in the state meet last season and the Kangs are riding that wave of positive momentum into this season.
It took a few years to reach the top. Now that Lake Washington wrestling Coach Steve Becher and his team are there, they don’t intend to give that spot up.
Lake Washington girls basketball Coach Cory Shepard has his work cut out for him.