Sports

Empowering young girls through basketball

Former star player Whiting teaches players to believe in themselves

  • Jul 28, 2018

Redmond softball squad plays host at Junior World Series

Locals begin pool play against Asia Pacific on Sunday

Hikers and bikers of all levels can get up and go on multitude of trails

Plenty of terrain to tackle from Northshore to North Bend

‘Sparking a desire and a love for the game’

Girls have a blast at Jr. Stangs Soccer Camp

Going outside of the comfort zone

Sound Publishing sportswriter Shaun Scott discusses his affinity for hot yoga.

Celebrating 20 years of bringing together teams from around the world

It’s nearly time for Little League softball teams from around the world to descend upon Everest Park in Kirkland for the 2018 Junior Softball World… Continue reading

  • Jul 16, 2018

‘Soccer is a fun time, soccer is a lifestyle’

Players, coaches get excited about Redmond High boys camp

The Redmond Juniors All-Star baseball team, which is comprised of players between 13 to 14 years of age from the Redmond West and Redmond North Little League organizations, won the District 9 all-star tournament on July 1 at Hartman Park in Redmond.
                                The Redmond squad will compete at the state tournament in Yakima on July 13. The manager of the Redmond Juniors baseball squad is Bob Jones and the coaches are Marc LaPierre and Chris Payne. Members of the team roster include Seamus Brown, Sean Paul Brown, KJ Butcher, Henry Cobb, Javier Garcia, Daniel Harman, James Harris, Isaiah Lee, Alex Martin, Trevin Molina, Connor O’Rourke, Will Shoesmith, Alex Staggs, Reed Talbot, Ishan Valji and Liam White.
                                Photo courtesy of Ellie O’Rourke

Baseball squad wins district 9 tournament

Redmond all-star team will compete in state tourney in Yakima.

  • Jul 11, 2018
The Redmond Juniors All-Star baseball team, which is comprised of players between 13 to 14 years of age from the Redmond West and Redmond North Little League organizations, won the District 9 all-star tournament on July 1 at Hartman Park in Redmond.
                                The Redmond squad will compete at the state tournament in Yakima on July 13. The manager of the Redmond Juniors baseball squad is Bob Jones and the coaches are Marc LaPierre and Chris Payne. Members of the team roster include Seamus Brown, Sean Paul Brown, KJ Butcher, Henry Cobb, Javier Garcia, Daniel Harman, James Harris, Isaiah Lee, Alex Martin, Trevin Molina, Connor O’Rourke, Will Shoesmith, Alex Staggs, Reed Talbot, Ishan Valji and Liam White.
                                Photo courtesy of Ellie O’Rourke

Second RHS boys hoops camp set for July 30-Aug. 1

The Redmond High Boys Basketball Booster Club will sponsor a second Junior Mustang Camp this summer from July 30-Aug. 1 in the school gym. The… Continue reading

  • Jul 10, 2018

Final RedSpoke ride set for July 18-22

Event has raised more than $1 million over the last 31 years

  • Jul 9, 2018

Overlake School hires Augustavo as head girls basketball coach

Overlake School has hired John Augustavo as the Owls’ head girls basketball coach for the 2018-19 season. Overlake athletic director John Wiley said in a… Continue reading

  • Jul 2, 2018

Kids get their game on at Redmond sports camps

Football, basketball and more on tap this summer

Redmond junior softball squad qualifies for World Series

The Redmond Junior All-Star team defeated Eastlake, 6-3, in seven innings on June 23 to win the District 9 championship and qualify for the Junior… Continue reading

  • Jun 27, 2018

Enjoying the World Cup and being a life-long soccer fan | Column

I’ve always been fascinated with soccer and writing. In my early years playing on the soccer field, I even combined two of the key facets… Continue reading

Tsujikawa earns spot on USA Baseball Women’s National Team

Redmond High athlete plays for select Rippers program

Redmond resident Glen Peterson (pictured) captured first place in the Men’s Senior Singles Open at the International Pickleball Championships on June 1 in Centralia. The doubles team consisting Peterson and his teammate Jay Rippel earned first place in the Men’s Senior Doubles Open on May 30 as well. Photo courtesy of Selkirk Sport

Peterson dominates International Indoor Pickleball Championships

Redmond resident earns two titles.

Redmond resident Glen Peterson (pictured) captured first place in the Men’s Senior Singles Open at the International Pickleball Championships on June 1 in Centralia. The doubles team consisting Peterson and his teammate Jay Rippel earned first place in the Men’s Senior Doubles Open on May 30 as well. Photo courtesy of Selkirk Sport

Bear Creek athlete rows at junior nationals on graduation day

Senior Justin Buckley (pictured fourth from right) missed The Bear Creek School’s Class of 2018 graduation ceremony on June 9 to row for Sammamish Rowing… Continue reading

  • Jun 19, 2018

United Bid prevails: World Cup may be coming to Seattle in 2026

2018 Cup begins Thursday in Russia