Pluschke settles into second season as offensive coordinator

  • Written by Derek Johnson

When 42-year-old Mike Pluschke arrived at Woodinville last season, you could say he was like the kid at Christmas who received a new bike.

The imaginations of offensive coordinators come alive when high-octane players occupy the skill positions. And that’s what Pluschke had, especially in senior running backs Wyatt Smith and Alek Kacmarcik.


Hurricanes win two tournaments in Boys of Summer Select Baseball Academy


After playing from behind for much of the Ken Griffey 15U tournament, the Boys of Summer Hurricanes took a different approach in the league championship game.

The Canes jumped to an early lead on an RBI single by Jake Fredrickson in the first inning and the duo of tournament MVP Drew Barlow and Josh Johnston combined for a three-hit shutout as the Canes — a select team comprised predominantly of players from Woodinville — held on for a 1-0 win over the Bellevue Dragons on July 8 to win the tournament.


Northshore Junior High Soccer

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff


The Northshore Junior High School soccer team won the 2014 season (Courtesy photo)

Girls U14 Gold Division Champions

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Clash of the Borders U14 Gold Division Champs 1

Cascade FC G00 Green Team won the Adidas Timbers Clash of the Borders Tournament held in Vancouver, Wash. and the surrounding area on June 27 through 29. Pictured: (back row) Maddie Lilleberg, Abby McKenzie, Ella Furness, Kaitlyn O’Brien, Grace Stetson, Danielle Butoryak; (front row) Jolie Breitbach, Nicole Sauer, Bella Gerlitz, Addie Kaess, Lauren Forrest, Sarah Hommas, Taylor Berberich; and coaches Steve Lilleberg and Eric Berberich. (Courtesy photo)

Woodinville Little League wins championship

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

The Woodinville Little League 9/10 All Star team has won the District 8 Championship, moving on to the state tournament on July 12 in Asotin, Wash.

Woodinville defeated North Bothell Little League on July 1 with a score of 5-1. The team will have a full week of tournament play and hopes to come home with the title and honor of being the first 9/10 Woodinville Little League team to win the state championship.