Kylie Mosset capped off her prep career in fine fashion.
The vivacious senior finished second at the State Meet on November 10-11 in Federal Way. Her fellow Falcons also fared well. Senior Laina Emerick finished 14th overall in the 100 meter backstroke, and junior Lauren Drews finished 22nd overall in the 50 meter freestyle.
The Merriam-Webster Dictionary describes the word juggernaut as “a massive, inexorable force that crushes whatever is in its path.” Webster’s might as well include a picture of the Woodinville football team in its next edition. There’s no other way to describe them after last Saturday night at Pop Keeney Stadium. Woodinville beat Kentwood 48-7 to advance to the State quarterfinals for the third year in a row.
“We had a slow start last week [vs. Olympia],” Woodinville linebacker Miles Mustarde said. “So the big emphasis this week was to come out strong and fast. We had the intention to just bring it offensively and defensively... We felt we were extremely prepared. I’m not surprised by the outcome.”
A wrongful death lawsuit against the city of McMinnville, Oregon and three police officers was dismissed on November 7 in the Portland Division of the United States District Court.
Juventino Bermudez-Arenas was shot and killed by McMinnville police three years ago. His estate had filed a wrongful death and negligence lawsuit in November 2016. The federal suit accused officers Brian McMullen, Justin James and Sgt. Rhonda Sandoval of using excessive force in violation of Bermudez-Arenas’ civil rights. It accused the city of not training its officers in the proper use of force and conversational Spanish.
Congratulations to the Northshore Middle School Titans Girls Soccer team for winning the district championship with a record of 7-0. The team of 7th and 8th grade students are an accomplished group of student athletes both on and off the field.