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Bellevue’s Peter Nguyen runs through Lindbergh junior linebacker Andrew Sadettanh in Friday’s Class 3A state first round game at Wolverines Stadium. Nguyen scored Bellevue’s first touchdown on an 18-yard run.

Bellevue downs Lindbergh’s air attack; wins 35-6 | Prep Football

The Lindbergh Eagles learned a valuable lesson Friday night at Wolverines Stadium: you can’t make mistakes against this Bellevue team.

Bellevue’s Peter Nguyen runs through Lindbergh junior linebacker Andrew Sadettanh in Friday’s Class 3A state first round game at Wolverines Stadium. Nguyen scored Bellevue’s first touchdown on an 18-yard run.

Bellevue downs Lindbergh’s air attack, wins 35-6

Wolverines to face Liberty in next round of state tournament

Bellevue junior running back Freddie Levine charges forward in the Wolverines win over Sedro-Woolley on Saturday night. Levine scored two touchdowns and was one of 11 Bellevue players to rush the football.

Bellevue returns to state tournament with 48-10 win over Sedro-Woolley | Prep Football

Bellevue had 11 different running backs run the ball for a total of 342 rushing yards as the Wolverines romped Sedro-Woolley 48-10 Saturday night at Bellevue High School.

Bellevue junior running back Freddie Levine charges forward in the Wolverines win over Sedro-Woolley on Saturday night. Levine scored two touchdowns and was one of 11 Bellevue players to rush the football.
Interlake's WR/DB Christian Larzalere runs with the ball as North Mason's WB/CB Tim Winslow tries to catch up

Interlake holds off North Mason 35-20 to advance in state, will play Lynden Saturday in Bellingham in Class 2A’s round of 16

During the week leading up to his team's state tournament play-in game against North Mason at Silverdale Stadium in Silverdale, Interlake head coach Sheldon Cross… Continue reading

Interlake's WR/DB Christian Larzalere runs with the ball as North Mason's WB/CB Tim Winslow tries to catch up
Sammamish's Emily Moore (in black) collides with Sumner's Kelsey Hansen during the 1st round of the 3A Girls Soccer Playoffs at Sumner on Wednesday

Sammamish girls make some noise in soccer

Totems win first-round match 2-1 over Sumner; Seattle Prep next

Sammamish's Emily Moore (in black) collides with Sumner's Kelsey Hansen during the 1st round of the 3A Girls Soccer Playoffs at Sumner on Wednesday

From the sidelines | Thoughts from Interlake’s first playoff game since 1985

It never hurts to have an extra pair of eyes in the sky, especially when those eyes belong to that of former WSU quarterback Jason… Continue reading

Totems girls soccer plays in state game tonight

The Sammamish girls soccer team returns tonight at 7 p.m. to the class 3A state tournament for the first time since 1997, taking on Sumner High School at Sunset Chev Stadium in Sumner.

Joel Ambo finished 15th overall in the boys 3A race to help Bellevue finish third as a team in the state.

Cross country wraps up with state championship races in Pasco

The 2008 cross country season wrapped up last Saturday with the Bellevue High School boys team taking third in the WIAA championships.

Joel Ambo finished 15th overall in the boys 3A race to help Bellevue finish third as a team in the state.

Bellevue returns to state with 48-10 win over Sedro-Woolley | Prep Football

Bellevue had 11 different running backs run the ball for a total of 342 rushing yards as the Wolverines romped Sedro-Woolley 48-10 Saturday night at Bellevue High School. With the win, Bellevue returns to the state tournament and will host Lindbergh High School of Renton next week in the round of 16 teams.

Bellevue hosts Sedro-Woolley tonight in winner-to-state football game

After defeating Everett 17-14 in a Class 3A Northwest District play-in game, Sedro-Woolley will meet undefeated and top ranked Bellevue tonight at 7 p.m. in a winner-to-state game at Bellevue High School.

Bellevue’s Olympic rower Cummins is as good as gold

Bellevue’s Olympic rower Cummins is as good as gold

Anna Cummins gold-medal road to Beijing had many turns and detours, but it all began here in Bellevue.

Bellevue’s Olympic rower Cummins is as good as gold
Scott Patrick

A legacy of passion | Long-time Sonics and Seahawks worker and Bellevue resident, Scott Patrick, dies at 51 after a long bout with brain cancer

If the measure of a man's life is based on the amount of joy he brought to others, it would be hard not to consider Scott Patrick's the standard against which all others are judged.

Scott Patrick
The Interlake boys cross country team celebrates their district title. The team

Interlake boys win districts Saints make history; will race for state next weekend

With a seven-point win over Sequim High School, the Interlake Saints boys cross country team won the Westside District Class race last Saturday and qualified for the 2A state cross country meet this weekend in Pasco.

The Interlake boys cross country team celebrates their district title. The team

Inglemoor, miscues knock Newport out of playoffs

Inglemoor head coach Frank Naish had a simple defensive plan coming in against the wing-T offense of Newport in Friday’s KingCo 4A elimination playoff game.

All-KingCo 4A soccer teams

KingCo 4A All-League SoccerPlayer of the Year: Emily Hurd, EastlakeCoach of the Year: Don Braman, SkylineTeam of the Year (Sportsmanship): Lake WashingtonFirst TeamGoalkeeper - Nicole… Continue reading

Plunkett earns GNAC honors Plunkett earns GNAC honors

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 Christian boys (front center) emerge from the pack during the start of Wednesday’s league championship meet at Kelsey Creek. Both the boys and girls teams from Bellevue Christian won the meet. It was the third-straight championship for the BCS boys.

Bellevue Christian XC squads make history at league championship

When it was all said and done at the Emerald City League cross country championships, Bellevue Christian made a little history. For the first time in school history, both the boys and girls team took first place in a dominating set of wins on Wednesday at Kelsey Creek. Both teams’ top-5 runners finished in the top-15, earning All-League honors.

The Bellevue Christian boys (front center) emerge from the pack during the start of Wednesday’s league championship meet at Kelsey Creek. Both the boys and girls teams from Bellevue Christian won the meet. It was the third-straight championship for the BCS boys.

Bellevue’s Atofau commits to WSU

Bellevue safety Jamal Atofau has made an oral commitment to play football at Washington State University.Atofau, a 5-foot-10, 185 pound senior, also plays running back… Continue reading

Bellevue’s Kate Bennett named to national soccer team

Bellevue junior Kate Bennett was named to the U.S. U-17 national team that will compete in the World Cup beginning Tuesday.

Wednesday morning wrap: Boys tennis

A summary of the boy's tennis action from Tuesday, Oct. 21