Sports

Beka James makes contact during the Knights win over Bishop Blanchet on May 15 at Marymoor Park in Redmond.
Beka James makes contact during the Knights win over Bishop Blanchet on May 15 at Marymoor Park in Redmond.
Rebbeca Constantine charges forward for BHS.

Bellevue lacrosse falls to Snohomish in title game

Saryre Creighton scored four goals and Mikaela Trott and Meaghan Hess each added three as Snohomish defeated Bellevue 13-3 at Memorial Stadium in Seattle on May 16 to capture the girls Varsity B lacrosse state championship.

  • Jun 2, 2008
  • BY Wire Service
Rebbeca Constantine charges forward for BHS.

KingCo names all-league baseball teams

1st Team

  • Jun 2, 2008
  • BY Wire Service

Trouble abound for athletes in the limelight

All over the sports landscape, closets threaten to overflow with skeletons and dirty laundry.

Eastside Catholic fastpitch falls in districts

Sometimes the mountain is insurmountable.

  • Jun 2, 2008
  • BY Wire Service

West Seattle hires former Bellevue volunteer

West Seattle High School has hired Donald Watts, a former University of Washington player as well as a former volunteer coach at Bellevue High School, as head coach of its boys basketball team.

  • Jun 2, 2008
  • BY Wire Service
The highlight of Libby Ludlow’s skiing carrer was her participation in the Turin Olympics.

Walking away with honor

Libby Ludlow wants you to know she’s happy.

The highlight of Libby Ludlow’s skiing carrer was her participation in the Turin Olympics.
A participant in the assisted race completes the competition at Bellevue High School on Saturday

Highland Games provide fun for everyone

The Highland Games, a Special Olympics track-and-field “fun” event, came to Bellevue on Saturday, May 17, with more than 225 participants from 11 teams throughout King County.

  • Jun 2, 2008
  • BY Wire Service
A participant in the assisted race completes the competition at Bellevue High School on Saturday

Interlake girls place third in golf tourney

The Interlake girls golf team took home the third place trophy from the State 3A Tournament at Shuksan Golf Course in Bellingham this week. It

  • Jun 2, 2008
  • BY Wire Service

Rec Cal

The Recreation Calendar lists recreational and participation sports submitted by nonprofit organizations. Mail to: Recreation Calendar, Reporter Newspapers, 18080 NE 68th St. #A150 Redmond, WA 98052, fax to 425-867-0784 or e-mail to sports@reporternewspapers.com.

  • Jun 2, 2008
  • BY Wire Service
Eric Schwabe

Is it good?

Continue reading

  • Jun 2, 2008
  • BY Wire Service
Eric Schwabe

Rec Cal

The Recreation Calendar lists recreational and participation sports submitted by nonprofit organizations. Mail to: Recreation Calendar, Reporter Newspapers, 18080 NE 68th St. #A150 Redmond, WA 98052, fax to 425-867-0784 or e-mail to sports@reporternewspapers.com.

  • Jun 2, 2008
  • BY Wire Service
Newport’s victorious water polo team celebrates after defeating Mercer Island 12-2 for the championship.

Newport defends water polo crown

Defending state champs Newport defended their water polo title in a dominating fashion, winning all five games they played. The Knights outscored their opponents 58 to 11.

  • Jun 2, 2008
  • BY Wire Service
Newport’s victorious water polo team celebrates after defeating Mercer Island 12-2 for the championship.
Bellevue’s David DeCastro uncorks a throw of 58 feet

Bellevue’s DeCastro wins shot put

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.

  • May 28, 2008
  • BY Wire Service
Bellevue’s David DeCastro uncorks a throw of 58 feet

Try Tiger’s putting drill

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.

Bellevue Christian baseball players (from left): Kyle Taylor

Bellevue Christian’s Fantastic Four Team core hopes to lead Crusaders to state title in baseball

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.

Bellevue Christian baseball players (from left): Kyle Taylor

Bellevue’s season ends in extra innings

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.

BCC’s Monagle signs with Montana Tech

By JOEL WILLITS

  • Apr 16, 2008
  • BY Wire Service

Forty-plus years of Sonics’ history may be history

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.

  • Apr 16, 2008
  • BY Wire Service