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The Redmond Lacrosse Club kicked off its spring season on a chilly Monday evening at Marymoor Park with practices for teams at the elementary and middle school levels. The Mustangs are seeing strong numbers in registered players this season. Registration is officially closed, but players are still welcome at the K-2, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8 and high school levels. Visit www.redmondlacrosse.com to register.
Community Events, February 2016
Redmond’s Natasha Kacharia, a freshman at The Overlake School, landed fourth place in the cadet U-15 event at America’s Cup, an international roller artistic figure skating competition between North American and South American countries held Jan. 15-18 in Orlando, Fla. She took seventh in the junior U-18 event.
Redmond High sophomore Katie Hartman said it’s been a rough season for her basketball squad in 4A Kingco, but the girls have become stronger each game and the Mustangs hope to finish with some victories.
Lantz Schwabenbauer’s Duck Dynasty-esque red beard may soon be a thing of the past if Redmond High junior wrestlers Luke Kennedy and Jose Conde keep knocking off opponents.
Redmond High’s football season has been over for a while now, but Mustang head coach Jason Rimkus will jump back onto the field next month as the defensive coordinator for the U.S. U16 football squad at the International Bowl in Arlington, Texas.