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Three of the four current and former BCC baseball players selected in the 2008 Major League Baseball draft have signed with their teams, according to BCC head coach Mark Yoshino.
A thrilling weekend on the track culminated in both area champions repeating, and the Bellevue Christian girls capturing the 1A state team title.Both Robert Hintz… Continue reading
The Bellevue College men's golf team took first place at the NWAACC Golf Championship tournament played at Gold Mountain Golf Club in Bremerton on May 23-24. Bellevue freshman KC Chang’s eight-under-par on Monday was the deciding factor, easing BC into the win over the Spokane team who was only one stroke behind the Bulldogs, having closed the gap after being seven strokes behind at the close of play Sunday.
UW's spring game was a glimpse into the new regime.
Sammamish opened up the 2008 Crossroads Cup with a huge play. They ended the first-half with another. Unfortunately, what happened between those plays ultimately doomed them and sent the team to another loss against Interlake.
Seven months of training and three prosthetic legs help Ed and Linda Stroull reach their goal of the Issaquah Triathlon.
The University of Washington announced Tuesday that the UW athletic department has granted junior linebacker E.J. Savannah’s request to contact other schools regarding a transfer.
Don’t blame Bothell for seeing blue Friday night. It was everywhere.
Track and field athletes shine at Bellevue City Meet, held May 7 at Sammamish High School.
When high school football kicked off Thursday night, it began a new era for the sport in the city of Bellevue. For the first time in, well, since anyone can remember, conference shakeups have tossed aside familiar foes and fierce rivalries.
Thanks to several strong individual performances, the Bellevue boys and girls cross country teams swept the conference championships Oct. 22 at Lake Sammamish State Park. The Bellevue boys dominated the competition, beating second-place Mercer Island by 46 points.
Bellevue wrestling coach Tom Ovens announced Tuesday that Jin Hong Park and Erik Ovens will wrestle collegiately next season. Hong Park will attend Johns Hopkins University and will wrestle for the Blue Jays, while Erik Ovens will wrestle for the Orediggers at the Colorado School of Mines.
Natty Plunkett, who helped the Newport girls cross country team to a 2007 state title, has been named the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Female Athlete of the Year for her efforts on the Seattle Pacific University cross country team.
The Bellevue College women's soccer team advanced to the NWAACC semifinals for the first time in school history with a 3-2 win over Chemeketa on… Continue reading