After rebounding from missing half of spring practices due to what head coach Ty Willingham called “a failure to live up to the responsibilities of the football team”, Bellevue’s E.J. Savannah has found himself on the sideline again.
If you plan on running in this years Seafair Marathon on June 29, don’t forget sunscreen, good running shoes, and perhaps a life jacket.
Participants in this years installment of the Seafair Marathon will receive a rare treat — a chance to cross the 520 floating bridge on foot, something that hasn’t been done in a race since 1984.
Fresh off a two-game sweep over former-No.1 ranked Bishop Blanchet to end the regular season and a 21-2 victory over Chief Sealth in the opening game of the Metro Tournament, Eastside Catholic was knocked out with two-consecutive losses, including a 8-6 loss to West Seattle on Friday at Chief Sealth High School.
Every team has its core, the players who are the unchallenged leaders that everyone looks to. For Bellevue Christian, that’s a quartet of seniors: Jeremy Bohnett, Jon Houck, Kyle Taylor and James King, the cogs who have helped the Vikings capture back-to-back-to-back Emerald City League titles.
Nikole Novikova of Bellevue claimed the KingCo 3A singles title for the second time in her high school career, defeating Anissa Bryant-Swift of Sammamish 6-0, 6-3 in the championship match held at Skyline High School on May 5.
Three Bellevue teams battled in the first round of the KingCo 3A soccer playoffs, with only Sammamish High School coming out unscathed after a rally that left Bellevue stunned and eliminated.
Jessica Parker, Gabe Barnow and McKenzie Ballod all finished in the top-10, helping Interlake finish in second place to Mercer Island at the 2008 KingCo golf championships at Snohomish Golf Course.
Ask a baseball player how many home runs he’s clubbed and he’ll give you a quick, decisive answer. Ask a football player how many touchdowns he’s scored and you’re sure to get a accurate account. In this statistical world, numbers are the rule and gauge of which an athletes accomplishments are assessed.
Eastside Catholic baseball coach Curt Towey may need to hang a few warning signs around the Crusader’s baseball field, because at the rate his team is hitting the ball over the fence, they’re bound to strike someone soon.