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Falcons Celebrate Senior Night with win over North Creek

  • Written by Derek Johnson
Woodinville is one win away from winning a third straight Kingco 4A title.
 
Paced by 341 yards rushing and a stout defense, the Falcons knocked off North Creek 42-12 last Friday at Pop Keeney Stadium. Woodinville (7-1) advances to play at Mount Si (8-0) this Thursday for all the league marbles. 
 
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Drews Dominates 100 Freestyle as Falcons prepare for Postseason

  • Written by Derek Johnson

As the Kingco swim meet draws nigh, some Lady Falcons are riding high.

Last Thursday at Redmond Pool, the Woodinville Falcons took on the Inglemoor Vikings. Senior captain Lauren Drews cruised to an easy win in the 100 Freestyle event. It was an outcome that had assistant coach Jennifer Cruze beaming.

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Bear Creek Hosts Tenth Annual Dig Pink Volleyball Matches

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

On October 12, 2018, the Bear Creek School continued its support of the Side-Out Foundation (www.side-out.org) to promote breast cancer awareness and treatment. Every year for the past 10 years, the Christian Faith School of Federal Way has journeyed to Redmond with its volleyball teams and a busload of Eagles fans. Together our two schools filled the Bear Creek gym with pink-clad students, parents, and friends cheering for their respective teams.

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Bothell Spoils Senior Night, Beats Falcons 3-1

  • Written by Derek Johnson
Woodinville entered the night having won three of their past four. They were on a roll. But when they lost to Bothell last Monday, there was no mistaking the disappointment felt by Coach Andrea Roelen.  
 
“We were out of sync, and it just wasn’t our night,” Roelen said. “I’m a little puzzled myself. It was a big night, the last senior home game, a great crowd, and… Blegh! It’s one of those we’re going to wish we had.”
 
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Same as it ever was: Falcons Overwhelm Inglemoor 42-0

  • Written by Derek Johnson

The scene at Pop Keeney was touted as a showdown. Powerhouse Woodinville versus the upstart Inglemoor Vikings. Two teams tied for first place in Kingco’s Crown Division. Jayda Evans of the Seattle Times even chimed in earlier in the week, touting Inglemoor’s strides into the Kingco elite.   

But all the ballyhoo crumbled with the opening kickoff. Just twelve seconds into the game, Woodinville’s Cage Schenck raced 95 yards for a touchdown. The Falcons never looked back, in route to a 42-0 win that clinched the Kingco 4A Crown Division. 

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