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Falcons dig in, fend off Issaquah 48-46

  • Written by Derek Johnson
It was the type of win that can serve as a building block to a season. Woodinville’s 48-46 win over Issaquah last Wednesday was a study in poise and grit. It featured a good opponent, grace under pressure, and an affirming end result – a Falcon victory.
 
“As I told the kids, we bent but we didn’t break,” Woodinville coach Kurt Melton said. “We showed some toughness and fought through some mistakes. This is something we can build on.”
 
Things got fun with 6:00 left in the fourth quarter. With the scored tied at 37, Woodinville’s Josiah Bush drained a three-pointer, giving the Falcons the three point lead.
 
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Join the WHS Cheerleaders for Winter Camp!

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff
Our winter camp (for ages 6-12) will be held on January 16th & 18th from 5:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. each day.  A camp final performance for family and friends will be January 18th at 6:00p.m.  Please plan on arriving 30 minutes early on the first day (4:30 p.m.) for registration.
 
 
Registration includes pom poms and a t-shirt.
 
Campers will be invited to perform the dance they learned at upcoming QUAD Girls and Boys Varsity Games on January 19th during halftime. 

Beresford and Fouch Sign Letters of Intent

  • Written by Derek Johnson

The Woodinville pipeline to Washington State University and the University of Montana continues to supply football talent. Falcons Cade Beresford and Nash Fouch signed December 20th with the Cougars and Grizzlies, respectively.

A gathering was held at The Pizza Coop in downtown Woodinville. Family, friends and teammates packed the place to celebrate the occasion.

“It was cool,” Nash Fouch said. “It was great to see all those people come out to see me and Cade sign a piece of paper. They’ve been so supportive for so many years, and I’m just grateful for all their support.”

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Third quarter explosion leads Falcons over Issy

  • Written by Derek Johnson
A strange pall hung over the gym. The listless Lady Falcons seemed to go through the motions in the first half of their home game versus Issaquah. But then Woodinville exploded for a 26-0 run in the third quarter, putting away the Lady Eagles 59-44 last Wednesday night.  
 
“It’s all courtesy of Regan [Schenck],” Woodinville coach Scott Bullock said of his senior point guard. “We are really fortunate to have her and her firepower. She played poised and under control in that third quarter. I thought overall we were a little bit flat tonight. It wasn’t the most exciting game for me to watch as a coach. But it was a win and we’re happy about that.”
 
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Madison Lundquist to play collegiately at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

  • Written by Derek Johnson

Madison Lundquist made it official. The Woodinville center signed her letter of intent to join California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, CA. After taking recruiting trips to Cal State Fullerton and Grand Canyon University, the 6’1” senior decided that her heart was in California’s Central Coast. The city of San Luis Obispo has a population of 50,000 and is located about midway between San Francisco and Los Angeles.

“I really enjoyed my recruiting process,” Lundquist said. “I had a great experience right off the bat with the coaching staff. They made me feel at home. I loved the area. It’s sunny and beautiful all year round.”

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