Join the Northshore Composite Mountain Bike Team

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff


Cross country biking is an exciting sport that affords riders the opportunity to get outside and explore trails, develop skills, make friends and have FUN riding bikes. Riding also builds confidence, stamina and overall understanding that the bike can take you lots of places in life. The mission of the league is to foster life skills development through cycling and create a foundation for lifelong cycling enjoyment. Our focus is skills development, excellence, teamwork, outdoor recreation and respect for the community and the environment. Cycling teaches all of us that goal-setting, persistence and tackling one mile at a time can lead to unimaginable achievements.

Ways to learn more:
Join our first meeting! Date/Time: Feb. 1st, 6-8 p.m. Location: Kingsgate Library, 12315 NE 143rd St, Kirkland, WA 98034.
Who should attend: Students, parents, teachers, school administrators, coaches and ride leaders
Contact Us! Coaches: Marne Fox-Barrow and Troy Kasper Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Falcons find identity, knock off Issaquah

  • Written by Derek Johnson

James Bond had Goldfinger; Harry Potter had Voldemort. But for the Woodinville boys basketball team, the nemesis in recent years has been the Issaquah Eagles. Time and again, a game against Issaquah has often spelled doom for the good guys.

But the plot took an unexpected turn last Tuesday night at Woodinville High School. The Falcons took control and knocked off the visiting Eagles 63-51. The win improved Woodinville’s record to 3-4 in KingCo 4A and 6-6 overall.

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Former Falcon Tony Miller making early impact with Seattle Pacific

  • Written by Derek Johnson

There was a familiar face in the crowd during Woodinville’s recent home game against Bothell. Tony Miller, the first Falcon to be named KingCo 4A Player of the Year, was in attendance. He sat with his old teammates like Jesse Davis and their former Woodinville coach Mark Folsom.

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Falcons sputter, then turn spectacular to beat Issy

  • Written by Derek Johnson

For the Woodinville Falcons, it was the most ragged of first halves. Low energy, bad shooting, errant passes and multiple air balls plagued them against a winless Issaquah squad.
But then the Lady Falcons tore up the second half to outscore the visiting Eagles 43-16. Woodinville went on to win 63-26.

“We started rough and everyone knew it,” Woodinville forward Nikki Zaback said. “But we had a good halftime talk. We pulled it together and had a good second half.”
The win improved Woodinville’s record to 6-1 in KingCo 4A and 11-2 overall. Issaquah fell to 0-7 in the conference.

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