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WHS fastpitch: O’Farrell’s blast lifts Falcons past Jackson

  • Written by Derek Johnson

Alyssa O’Farrell hit a mammoth two-run homer in the third inning to rouse the Woodinville Falcons to a 3-1 victory over Jackson last Wednesday evening at Woodinville High School.

Woodinville’s Alena Jones added a sacrifice fly in that same inning that scored freshman Erin McGrath. This was all the run support the Falcons (2-0) would need, as Taylor Rhinehart and OIivia Riener combined for a 3-hitter.

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Woodinville varsity lacrosse opens season with 3 wins; Montana State High School champions here Saturday

  • Written by Gary Bamesberger

On Sat., March 14, the Sehome-Bellingham Warriors traveled down I-5 to play Woodinville.  

While the JV game was a Woodinville romp 18-0, there was no certainty of such an outcome for the varsity squad. Woodinville has a new coaching staff and a bevy of starting sophomores while the Warriors are coming off an undefeated league season in 2014. Laxpower ranked Sehome-Bellingham 12th in the state and Woodinville far below at 22nd. The Falcons however, started out fast.

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WHS boys soccer: Unbeaten Falcons cruise to win over Bothell

  • Written by Derek Johnson

Michael Carlson scored fifteen minutes into the match, Cole Grimsby added a second goal in the 35th minute, and the Woodinville Falcons completed work on a 2-0 pre-season win over Bothell Saturday afternoon at Pop Keeney Stadium.
The Falcons (3-0-1) look as skilled as any Woodinville team in recent memory, as was evidenced by the nimble footwork and rapid ball movement that kept pressure on Bothell for most of the game.

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Carlson wows crowd as Falcons win opener

  • Written by Derek Johnson

Before a sparse but vocal crowd at Pop Keeney Stadium, the Woodinville Falcons (1-0) topped Mead by a score of 2-0 to win their preseason opener March 13.

“The thing that pleased me most was communication,” Woodinville coach Nathan Davis said. “The guys listened to what I wanted to do at the beginning of the game and at halftime, and then they went out and did it. They talked to each other a lot. Right now it’s about trying to learn from the game... Getting more comfortable with each other out there.”

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