Sports

Wolverines are a well-run machine

Young Bellevue team looks to meet high expectations.

 

Saints building in the right direction

Saints roster is small in numbers, but experienced.

 

Knights hope to be sharp on the gridiron

Newport enters new football season with experience.

 

Glad to be on board the local sports scene

Fall sports are on the horizon.

Bellevue dancer earns title in Las Vegas

Dancer Harris Weiskopf, a Bellevue teen, isn’t interested in slowing down anytime soon.

Northwest Water Polo Club squads shine at Junior Olympics

Teams feature Bellevue-area players.

  • Aug 14, 2019

Time flies on the baseball diamond

Sportswriter Shaun Scott discusses his affinity for the Seattle Mariners.

Bellevue Bulldogs associate head coach/hitting coach David Olson, left, poses for a quick picture with Bulldogs baseball player Garrett Gants on July 30. Gants was selected to the All-Region baseball team, which was voted on by the American Baseball Coaches Association. Shaun Scott/staff photo

Gants lands a spot on the all-region squad

Bellevue Bulldogs slugger garners coveted accolades.

Bellevue Bulldogs associate head coach/hitting coach David Olson, left, poses for a quick picture with Bulldogs baseball player Garrett Gants on July 30. Gants was selected to the All-Region baseball team, which was voted on by the American Baseball Coaches Association. Shaun Scott/staff photo
Bellevue Badminton club players Willam Hu, left, and Jacob Zhang, right, captured first place in their divisions at the 2019 Junior National Championships in Frisco, Texas. The players were coached by Derrick Ng, center. Shaun Scott/staff photo

Bellevue duo dominates at national championships

William Hu and Jacob Zhang earn first-place finishes in respective divisions.

Bellevue Badminton club players Willam Hu, left, and Jacob Zhang, right, captured first place in their divisions at the 2019 Junior National Championships in Frisco, Texas. The players were coached by Derrick Ng, center. Shaun Scott/staff photo

Following the flying disc at youth ultimate camp in Bellevue

DiscNW camp focuses on teamwork and leadership.

Sportswriter Shaun Scott (pictured in the Air Jordan T-shirt), who went through a weight lifting/conditioning session with the Bellevue Christian Vikings football team in July of 2018, is leaving Sound Publishing after 59 months on the job. Photo courtesy of Zeus Aguilera

It has been a great ride, Bellevue

Sportswriter Shaun Scott says goodbye after 59 months on the job.

Sportswriter Shaun Scott (pictured in the Air Jordan T-shirt), who went through a weight lifting/conditioning session with the Bellevue Christian Vikings football team in July of 2018, is leaving Sound Publishing after 59 months on the job. Photo courtesy of Zeus Aguilera
Interlake High School 2017 graduate will be in the starting lineup as defensive back for the Montana Tech Orediggers this fall on the gridiron. Shaun Scott/staff photo

Interlake star is making his mark at Montana Tech

Naoki Harmer is looking forward to his third football season in Butte, Montana.

Interlake High School 2017 graduate will be in the starting lineup as defensive back for the Montana Tech Orediggers this fall on the gridiron. Shaun Scott/staff photo

Goucher to conduct summer baseball camp

Eastside will host two camps.

  • Jul 18, 2019

Bellevue softballers earn all-state honors

Bellevue High’s Kelly Treves was named to the first team of the class 3A Washington State Softball Coaches Association all-state teams. Bellevue High honorable mentions… Continue reading

  • Jul 12, 2019
Bellevue Bulldogs sophomore basketball player Parker Manalo (pictured) signs a letter of intent with the Northwest University Eagles men’s basketball program in early June. Manalo will be a junior for the Northwest Eagles during the 2019-20 season. Photo courtesy of the Bellevue Bulldogs men’s basketball Twitter feed

Manalo signs his name on the dotted line

Bellevue College sharpshooter will continue hoops career in Kirkland.

Bellevue Bulldogs sophomore basketball player Parker Manalo (pictured) signs a letter of intent with the Northwest University Eagles men’s basketball program in early June. Manalo will be a junior for the Northwest Eagles during the 2019-20 season. Photo courtesy of the Bellevue Bulldogs men’s basketball Twitter feed
The Thunderbird Little League intermediate all-star baseball team, which is comprised of 12- and 13-year-olds from Bellevue, won a state tournament title on July 6 in Vancouver, Washington. They will compete at the regional tournament, which kicks off on July 17 in Nogales, Arizona. Photo courtesy of Eric Carnrite

Diamond stars win a state championship

Bellevue’s Thunderbird Little League intermediate team captures a state crown.

The Thunderbird Little League intermediate all-star baseball team, which is comprised of 12- and 13-year-olds from Bellevue, won a state tournament title on July 6 in Vancouver, Washington. They will compete at the regional tournament, which kicks off on July 17 in Nogales, Arizona. Photo courtesy of Eric Carnrite
The Interlake Saints summer youth volleyball camp took place from June 24-26 at Interlake High School. Photo courtesy of Eduardo Guerrero

Interlake summer youth volleyball camp brings the community together

Saints girls volleyball program enjoys giving back to their hometown.

  • Jul 5, 2019
The Interlake Saints summer youth volleyball camp took place from June 24-26 at Interlake High School. Photo courtesy of Eduardo Guerrero
Ethan Paul. Courtesy of the Vanderbilt University website

Paul wins College World Series title with Vanderbilt

Newport grad reaches the pinnacle of college baseball.

Ethan Paul. Courtesy of the Vanderbilt University website
Shaun Scott

Issaquah to host Sports Medicine Combine

Lake Sammamish State Park will be the site of an exciting extravaganza.

Shaun Scott
Sammamish Totems head football coach Rylen Akana said middle linebacker Hikaru Aoyagi (pictured) will anchor his team’s defense on the gridiron during the 2019 season. Shaun Scott/staff photo

Manning the middle for the Totems

Sammamish middle linebacker Hikaru Aoyagi runs the show on the defensive side of the ball.

Sammamish Totems head football coach Rylen Akana said middle linebacker Hikaru Aoyagi (pictured) will anchor his team’s defense on the gridiron during the 2019 season. Shaun Scott/staff photo