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Bellevue David DeCastro had fans worried when he sent the shot put 58 feet, 9 3/4 inches to win the event at the state meet in Pasco last weekend. The shot landed barely a foot from where people were standing outside the protective fence at the 60-foot mark.
Tiger Woods is obviously one of the best putters in the game of golf. No doubt quite a bit of God-given talent has a lot to do with it.
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.
The steam finally ran out of Bellevue’s baseball machine, as the Wolverines lost 3-2 to Liberty in the first round of the KingCo 3A tournament on May 6, ending Bellevue’s season.
I, like many others, scoffed.
By JOEL WILLITS
With chants of “Save our Sonics” with a little “Clay Bennett sucks!” thrown in every once in awhile, the Sonics did their part in what could be the final game ever for the franchise in Seattle: win.
Prep Roundup Newport holds on for win over Totems Issaquah still perfect with win over Newport Newport’s slim win gets Knights into first-place tie
Collin Bennett hit a two-run homerun in the second inning to give an early lead that held up, as the Knights defeated Sammamish 5-2 on April 8 at Newport High School.
In his 30 years coaching track and field at Bellevue Christian School, Larry Royce has seen a lot of things. One thing he hadn’t seen, until last Thursday, was the Vikings hosting a home meet.