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Since we aerated the greens this week at Bellevue Golf Course, let’s talk about why this has to be done. We do this twice per year, pull out the cores, shovel them off the green, and top-dress the green with sand to make it smooth again to putt on.
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Darryl Gonyea had to find some offense.
It’s hard to believe that the spring season is already beginning to wind down with a race to the playoffs. It seems like only yesterday I was preparing my summer football previews, yet here we are only two weeks away from spring sport playoffs.
Oregon State recruit Blake Gibbs blasted a two-run homerun in the fourth inning that made a 7-1 Newport lead seem insurmountable, as the Knights defeated Bellevue 11-2 at Bellevue High School on April 18.
Drew Wate, Eastside Catholic: Wate won both the shot put and the discus in the Crusaders’ April 17 track meet against Seattle Prep and Ingraham.
To say it has been a tough week for the Knights family would be a vast understatement.
Colton Bielaski hit a game-winning RBI double in extra innings, as Bellevue defeated Issaquah 1-0 in an eight inning contest at Bellevue High School on April 24.
Thanks to solid contributions from Bellevue residents, the Sammamish Rowing Association won gold at the 2008 Northwest Sculling Regatta.
Seventh-place Liberty stunned Newport 2-1 on Tuesday, April 22 to knock the Knights out of KingCo 3A’s top spot with a win at home.
There’s no other way to put it: Bellevue Community College head softball coach Leah Francis is too modest.
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Newport scored five runs in the third inning and added another in the fourth inning to defeat Skyline 6-2 at Skyline High School on April 25.
Skyline took advantage of three Sammamish errors, beating the Totems 5-1 on April 25 and maintaining a two-game lead on Newport for the conference title with one week left in the season.
I can’t tell you how many times I see golfers of all levels playing from the wrong tees and consequently not having fun playing the game they love.
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.
Rick Nemyre said Snohomish would be a tough game for his Bellevue girl’s lacrosse team.
Each fall the Emerald City Kickoff Classic at Qwest Field unofficially kickstarts the prep football season. Next fall the Eastside Catholic football team will be a part of that event, as they’ll face off with the Eisenhower Cadets of Yakima at noon on Sept. 6 from Qwest.