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WHS Boys Basketball: Falcons knock off Knights, prepare for playoffs

  • Written by Julie Boselly

Tony Miller scored 30 points and Ethan Talbet and Jesse Davis each added 11, as the Woodinville Falcons beat Newport 73-64 last Tuesday night at Woodinville High School.

The win improved the Falcons’ record to 10-3 in KingCo 4A and 13-4 overall. At the time of this writing, Woodinville resides in second place in the conference standings.

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WHS Girls Basketball: Lady Falcons reign supreme on Senior Night

  • Written by Derek Johnson

Regan Schenck narrowly missed a triple-double, and teammate Gabby Whalen added 12 points, as the Woodinville Falcons dispatched the Newport Knights 64-52 last Tuesday at Woodinville High School.

It was also a night when four seniors were honored for their service to the program. Emily Spencer, Gabi Glessner, Alexa Kelly and Katie Plummer were announced as part of the starting lineup.

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WHS Boys Swimming: Lough and Loeser lead late season charge

  • Written by Derek Johnson

In a season where depleted roster numbers hinder Woodinville’s chances for success, several Falcons are still rising up to fight the good fight.

In last Thursday’s meet at Redmond Pool, Woodinville waged battle against Inglemoor, Bothell and Eastlake. In the process, Jonas Loeser won heat 1 of the 200 yard IM, Aidan Lough qualified for Districts in the 50 yard freestyle, and the team of Clark, Cryder, Morris and Loeser finished second in the second heat of the 200 yard medley relay.

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WHS Girls Basketball: Gritty Falcons fall to Bothell

  • Written by Derek Johnson

It was a night when nothing came easy for the Woodinville Falcons. Playing on the road against a powerful Bothell team, Woodinville contended with a tall and athletic Cougar team that had only lost one game all season.  

But the Lady Falcons fought and battled all the way to the final buzzer, only to come up short 59-55. Emily Spencer led the way with 17 points, while Madison Dubois added 13. Gabby Whalen chipped in 10 points while snaring five offensive rebounds.  

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WHS Boys Basketball: Falcons fall behind, fight back, but lose to Bothell

  • Written by Derek Johnson

When a team struggles to rebound, play defense, and suffers from some of the most horrendous officiating seen since Don Denkinger’s blown call in the 1985 World Series, defeat is the likely result.

Such was the case for the Woodinville Falcons, who dropped a 73-71 decision to Bothell last Friday night at Bothell High School. The loss snapped a six-game winning streak for the Falcons.  

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