Tomorrow marks the start of 23 weeks of madness.
This is the third in a series of columns focusing on golfing opportunities for Bellevue residents from the eyes of a true amateur. Previously reviewed courses include the Golf Club at Newcastle and Willows Run. This week’s course: Tam O’Shanter Golf and Country Club.
Despite a torrential downpour that soaked the Interlake High School opening football practice, head coach Sheldon Cross could only smile while talking about his team’s chances at a playoff berth this season.
Reece Anderson should have died eight months ago.
After a trip to Pullman in December for the graduation of a friend’s sister, the driver of the car in which Anderson was riding fell asleep at the wheel. The car flipped eight times as a result.
“The doctors told me that I should be dead,” Anderson said.
Before we get to the lesson this week I want to congratulate Scott Piercy on his win last weekend at the Wichita Open a Nationwide Tour event. I have spent many hours working with Scott on his swing and he is a great kid.
Note: this is the second of a series of columns reviewing local golf courses available to Bellevue golfers from the eyes of a true amateur. The first column covered Newcastle Golf Course and appeared in the Bellevue Reporter on July 30.
The following is a listing of players with Bellevue ties playing professional baseball. If you know a player who should be added to the list, please call Joel Willits at 425-453-5045 or e-mail him at email@example.com.
Taylor Cundiff was one of the youngest participants in the PCC Natural Market Kids Triathlon that took place during Seafair last Sunday at Seward Park. Taylor, 6, competed in the Splashers event, which involved swimming 50 yards, biking one mile, and running one-fifth of a mile.
Women of all ages, backgrounds and life experiences have been coming together for generations to discuss their book club’s latest selection. But just as book clubs are no longer just for women, hockey clubs are no longer just for men.
Many women like Bellevue resident Daniella Moreano, 23, have opted out of book clubs for a more lively and interactive clubs such as the Seattle Women’s Hockey Club.