Andy Nystrom

Redmond boys soccer rolls to the top of league standings

More tough games await the Mustangs

 

Redmond brothers rowing and growing at Stanford

Spencers began their journey with the Sammamish Rowing Association.

 

Redmond High track and field athletes notching personal bests

Ellis and Axe shine in the javelin and 400 meters

 

Creating Redmond High history on the dance floor

Mustang squad qualifies for nationals for the first time.

Redmond rolls past Bothell, 9-5, in softball action

Redmond’s Jennifer Cummings and Kiki Milloy banged three hits apiece in the Mustangs’ 9-5 nonleague softball victory over Bothell on April 9. Redmond remained undefeated… Continue reading

Redmond High golfers playing strong and forming bonds

Sophomore Anand leads the way for Mustangs.

Redmond-area boys soccer squads kick into league action

Overlake, Redmond and Bear Creek players are giving it their all.

Seattle deserves to host World Cup 2026 matches, according to local soccer aficionados

FIFA will decide where the 48-team event lands in June.

‘A matter of inches’ for Growls

Players from the Overlake and Bear Creek schools pumped up the music prior to their first baseball games of the season on March 10 at… Continue reading

Redmond softball: Return of the champs

Plain and simple: The Redmond High softball team tore it up last season. The Mustangs completed the postseason trifecta by winning the 3A state title,… Continue reading

Mustangs make a big push on the baseball diamond

As the green-jerseyed players arrived at the Hartman Park baseball field on a recent Wednesday afternoon, they walked with a swagger toward the third-base dugout… Continue reading

Overlake’s Bartlow is all set for University of Washington soccer

Ethan Bartlow is dribbling in his dad’s footsteps onto an NCAA Division I soccer squad. The Overlake School senior’s father, Phil, who taught him all… Continue reading

Redmond High students win National Science Bowl regionals, secure spot in finals

Five Redmond High students with a love of science and learning will take their skills to a higher level this April in the nation’s capital.… Continue reading

A search of the suspect’s residence yielded nearly a pound of meth, almost 20 grams of heroin and a large amount of cash. Police also found a loaded handgun in his vehicle. Courtesy of the Redmond Police Department

Redmond police Pro-Act Unit nabs major Eastside drug dealer

After what the Redmond Police Department (RPD) noted as a lengthy investigation, the RPD Pro-Act Unit arrested a 39-year-old Kirkland man who police said was… Continue reading

A search of the suspect’s residence yielded nearly a pound of meth, almost 20 grams of heroin and a large amount of cash. Police also found a loaded handgun in his vehicle. Courtesy of the Redmond Police Department

Redmond’s Hernandez snags second at Mat Classic

It was hard, but it was worth it. That’s how Redmond High’s Jeremy Hernandez characterized his 145-pound 3A state championship wrestling match on Saturday at… Continue reading

Ahrens set to coach Redmond High football program

Mickey Ahrens will soon hit the gridiron as Redmond High’s new head football coach. He takes the reins from Jason Rimkus, who helmed the team… Continue reading

Redmond’s Teagyn Ohrt maintains control of the ball during a recent game. Courtesy of Matt Campbell Photography

Redmond to face Bishop Blanchet at districts

Redmond’s girls basketball squad is still standing. Teagyn Ohrt tallied 26 points for Redmond in the Mustangs’ 63-55 loss to Garfield on Feb. 13 in… Continue reading

Redmond’s Teagyn Ohrt maintains control of the ball during a recent game. Courtesy of Matt Campbell Photography

‘We’re not done:’ RHS wrestlers are focused on the postseason

Redmond High’s wrestlers may have locked up their second straight 3A KingCo dual-meet championship, but the upcoming postseason will bring some of the most intense… Continue reading

Overlake, Bear Creek friendly rivalry continues on the court

Let the games begin. Overlake athletic director John Wiley’s voice raises with excitement when he predicts that Friday’s varsity basketball matchups against Bear Creek will… Continue reading

Redmond sports a small but strong gymnastics squad

“Nice flip!” Those words echoed throughout the gym from the mouth of a Redmond High gymnast during an evening training session on Tuesday at Emerald… Continue reading