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Dousing their coach with a cooler of iced gatorade and rushing the field, Lake Washington football players and fans celebrated the team’s first win in 18 games at Seattle’s cavernous Memorial Stadium.
Being handed a team that just lost 14 seniors might feel like a death sentence for some new coaches, but new Lake Washington soccer coach Suzanne Hart has a good feeling about this bunch.
Coming in to Juanita’s last non-conference game of the season, the challenge for the Rebels was to slow Lindbergh’s high-flying spread passing attack. Juanita did just that, holding the Eagles to a season-low 21 points and winning 24-21 in overtime on Sept. 25 at Renton Stadium.
Hard work and mental toughness are the answers. The question is how can Juanita overcome a tradition of losing and climb up the ranks of the new KingCo?
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For new coach Ray Roberts the rebuilding of Lake Washington starts as any rebuilding would, at the foundation.
Travis Tomasie of Kirkland has won his first national pistol title in the Limited Division at the Smith & Wesson Limited, Production and Revolver USPSA National Championships held earlier this month at the U.S. Shooting Academy in Tulsa, Okla. Tomasie is a sergeant with the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit stationed at Fort Benning, Ga.
The Seattle Synchronized Swim Team will welcome home 2008 U.S. Olympic Synchronized Swim Team member Jillian Penner Sept. 11 to their nightly practice session at St. Edward State Park in Kenmore.
While the boys team probably will spend much of the season looking to slot runners behind Raul Silva, the Juanita girls cross country looks primed to have a strong season in 2008.
Seahawks de-camp from Kirkland to newer, more efficient training facility in Renton.
Inglemoor High rallied to a 24-14 victory over Juanita on Sept. 5, defeating the team that knocked out its starting quarterback in 2007.
The Seattle Synchronized Swim Team will welcome home 2008 US Olympic Synchronized Swim Team member Jillian Penner Sept. 11 to their nightly practice session at St. Edward State Park in Kenmore.
The Seahawks’ new Virginia Mason Athletic Center in Renton makes – and leaves – a lot of impressions on viewers. The first impression is green, or the massive corrugated green walls of the indoor practice field.
Never underestimate the power of a connection. The Seahawks 22-year-long era in Kirkland started because of a simple one.
Two cyclists from Kirkland compete in the Olympics
Something is off at Juanita. It’s the second day of football practice. Players should be sore, sweaty and complaining.
Local olympic cyclist Jennie Reed ended her pursuit of a gold medal last week, placing 7th in the Women's Sprint Cycling at the 2008 Summer Games in China.
The Kirkland American Little League 9/10 softball team went 9-1 in district and state tournaments to win the Washington state championship on July 27.
Despite a knee ligament injury and racing in a sport she had given up until last year, Kirkland’s Jill Kintner now has a bronze medal to match her mettle.
Officially, the Junior Softball World Series ended with just one winner, the West. With a 10-4 win over Latin America on Aug. 16, the West team (from Pusch Ridge Little League of Oro Valley, Ariz.) took the title. But in reality, all nine teams in the August 10-16 tournament at Kirkland’s Everest Park came away winners.