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Sarah Lord’s continued to shine at the 4A Kingco track and field championship last week as the Redmond junior distance runner won the 1,600-meter and 3,200-meter races and ran the third leg of the Mustangs gold-medal-winning 1,600 relay team.
Lake Washington Amanda Juarez committed to play basketball at Division III Linfield College in McMinnville, Ore.
When Overlake lacrosse coach Henry Valentine looked at his roster at the beginning of the season, he thought it might be a challenge to make the playoffs.
Overlake junior John Piela was disappointed with his first soccer game in six months. And head coach Bob Bristol called the team rusty.
One thing that avid golfers in the Pacific Northwest know is to be ready to play in any kind of weather.
The second-ranked Redmond Mustang baseball team begins its quest to for a Class 4A state championship Saturday in Spokane at Gonzaga Prep High School against third-ranked University at 1 p.m.
Seniors Ian Scheibe, Danny Gallagher, Davis Smith and Nick Funaro all were rewarded for their strong seasons for the Redmond High soccer team by being named first-team, all-4A Kingco performers this week.
Erika Hendron threw a three-hit shutout and Paige Mullins had two runs-batted-in as fifth-seeded Redmond defeated No. 4 Juanita , 3-0, in the eight-team 4A Kingco softball tournament on Wednesday.
Overlake senior Hillary Barker powered the Cedarcrest softball team to the Class 2A state tournament after winning three of four games in the Northwest 2A District softball tournament last week.
Before the year started, Redmond junior Sarah Lord sat down with distance coach Denis Villenueve and mapped out a series of goals for the season.
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It’s ironic. I never did learn the term. Redmond-ite? Redmond-er? Redmon-tonian? Redmon-gander?
After finishing runnerup to perennial 4A powerhouse Kamiak last spring, Redmond girls’ golf head coach Jake Crowley and his team came to Sudden Valley Golf Club in Bellingham determined to trade in their bridesmaid status for a state title.
Led by a stellar performance from Overlake senior Alyson Peters, the Owls captured the 1A state golf title at North Bellingham Golf Course at the two-day tournament Tuesday and Wednesday.
Overlake had a pair of talented singles players finished second at last weekend’s Class 1A state tennis tournament at the Yakima Tennis Center.
The Overlake School’s miraculous boys soccer season came to an end in the Class 1A state quarterfinals in a 2-1 loss to King’s High at Woosely Stadium on Friday.
Redmond’s road to Safeco Field just got a whole lot tougher.
Last year, Redmond teetered on the brink of elimination throughout the playoffs, winning three consecutive loser-out games to reach the Class 4A state baseball playoffs for the first time since 2000.
The Redmond softball team will play Tuesday at 4 p.m. as the fifth seed in the eight-team 4A Kingco softball tournament at fourth-seeded Juanita.