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The thrill of Friday night bicycle races on the banked oval track of the Group Health Velodrome has returned to King County’s Marymoor Park.
The state organization that governs high school sports has stumbled in a recent decision involving girls track. Because of it, common sense has been shoved aside in favor of a questionable rule.
Karlene Stinogel got a hole-in-one May 27 at Bellevue Municipal Golf Course on Hole 12. She used a 9 Wood on the 103-yard elevated green.
A listing of recreational events and activities happening in and around Bellevue.
One BCC baseball player has been named to the all-NWAACC team, and three others have been named to the All Northern Region Second Team.
Bellevue Golfer Richard Lee, a graduate of Newport High School, won his second consecutive NWAACC Individual Championship May 18-19, helping BCC to a second place team finish. Lee also was named to the All-Region team. With a 9-1 record, the BCC Men’s Golf team ran away with the Northern Region Championship in 2008, and sophomore standout Lee was singled out as an All-Region performer.
The awards rolled in for the BCC softball team, following their sterling 42-6 season. Topping the list, sophomores Erica Addison and Dawn Norcross, as well as freshman Korri Heideman were all named to the 2008 Louisville Slugger/NFCA NWAACC All-American team.
Eight students at Newport High School won the high school division of the annual Ski to Sea race last weekend that goes from Mt. Baker to the bay in Bellingham. Competing as the Neon Knights, the boys won the division in 6:56.56.7, beating the second place team by nine minutes and placing 86th out of 445 teams.
Four years after taking over the reins of the Bellevue High School soccer program, Dave Carter believes this might just be the year his Wolverines take the next step.
Do random drug and alcohol tests really infringe an athletes rights?
March sure can be maddening.
Ryan Stromberg, Eastside Catholic
It’s raining, it’s cold and it’s certifiably miserable out on the Bellevue High School track, but one man is still smiling.
Sometimes I watch the self-proclaimed “sports experts” on TV and laugh when their so-called advice regarding the NCAA Tournament fails to come to fruition.
The question came in many different ways to both Huskies head football coach Tyrone Willingham and his sophomore star quarterback Jake Locker. It’s a wonder their heads didn’t spin.
Plans for several new soccer fields at Sixty Acres Park in Redmond can move forward now that King County Superior Court Judge Dean Lum Friday dismissed a lawsuit brought by the Seattle Area Soaring Society that sought to prevent organized soccer in the park.