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Madison and Samantha Podlucky, two Redmond sisters, both won all-around gymnastics titles at the Washington State Gymnastics Championships in Auburn.
T he Overlake baseball team may play in Class 1A, but don’t think the small school is short on talent.
• Head Coach: Mike Davidson, seventh season
The Redmond baseball team bounced back from its first loss of the season with impressive back-to-back wins last week.
The Redmond High baseball team won its fourth straight game, including a pair this week against Bothell and Ballard, after suffering its first loss of the season last week.
Jim Verdier and his WAVE Aquatics swimmers are on the fast track to success.
Redmond would end up loading the bases in the seventh, but could not get the clutch hit, thanks in part to Spangler throwing out a would-be base stealer for the second out of the inning.
• Head coaches: David Miller (third season) and Scott Wright (fifth season)
Matt Burrows pitched five strong innings and Marcus Flynn hit a key double as Redmond survived a scare from Juanita, beating the Rebels, 2-1, in a 4A Kingco baseball game on Wednesday.
Redmond sisters Lan Fen and Ira Kaplan each had several personal records at the Paralympic Trials in Minnesota April 3-5.
Josh Wilson from the Seattle Seahawks will be a special guest from 10-11:30 a.m. at the Fun to Be Fit Fair on Saturday, April 19.
The Redmond softball team won three 4A Kingco games last week, highlighted by a come-from-behind, 3-2 win against Eastlake on Thursday.
The Lake Washington baseball team may still be able to reach many of its preseason goals, but the Kangs are not making it easy on themselves.
Redmond junior Sarah Lord successfully defended her 3,200-meter championship at Saturday’s Pasco Invitational track and field meet at Edgar Brown Stadium, confirming her standing as one of the favorites for a Class 4A state title.
Kimi Pohlman, who attends The Bear Creek School in Redmond but plays softball for Eastlake High because Bear Creek doesn’t field a softball team, went 2-for-3 with two stolen bases and a run scored in the Wolves’ 2-0 win against Redmond on Tuesday.