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In Juanita High School’s last season at the 4A level, the soccer team has more on its mind than just the typical league, districts and state championship goals: It’s shooting to solidify its legacy as a top team in the classification.
Lake Washington and Juanita results as of April 20
Nearing the end of a long season of tears, blood -- and plenty of sweat -- things are just starting to get interesting for Kirkland’s two track and field squads.
The Lake Washington soccer team sealed a dramatic turnaround to its season April 30 with a 3-0 win over Bothell. The win secured a playoff spot and a winning record on the season for the Kangs, two team goals set before the season.
Both Juanita and Lake Washington lost a crucial coin flip, and then even more critical tiebreak games last week to give the Bothell Cougars a bye in the KingCo 4A baseball tournament, which started Monday after the Reporter’s deadline.
All season long, the Juanita soccer team said it wanted to leave a mark on KingCo 4A before moving down to 3A next year. It accomplished just that with a 4-1 championship game win over Eastlake on May 6.
Of all the high school teams in all the different sports this year, perhaps no team went through more than the Lake Washington baseball team.
With Juanita’s state tournament hopes fading late in its first game last week, Rebels’ coach Kevin Lamb laid out one last gauntlet for star senior Tyler Bjork.
Results from the KingCo 4A/GSL bi-district track meet on May 16-17 at McKenzie Stadium in Vancouver. Athletes had to finish in the top four of an event to advance to the 4A state meet May 23-24 in Pasco.
After two narrow wins over Redmond in the regular season, Juanita couldn’t maintain the magic in the KingCo 4A tournament.
Over 170 girls from around the Pacific Northwest traveled to Kirkland last weekend with hopes of earning an invitation to a national synchronized swimming championship this summer in Binghamton, NY.
When Kingsley Northcott first set foot on a soccer field in the United States, something was off. The rules were the same, but the crowd was quieter, the shoes were nicer and the feeling was just different.
The Juanita girls golf team turnaround finally seems to have hit full swing.