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700 Riders to Cycle Through Washington Oct. 8-10

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

On Sunday, Oct. 8, more than 700 cyclists will begin the 11th Annual Tour DaVita, kicking off in the Snoqualmie River Valley at Sky River Park. This is the largest Tour DaVita to date and we anticipate more than $1.2 million will be raised for Bridge of Life, a nonprofit funded by DaVita that works to improve access to dialysis and primary care in underserved communities around the world. 

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Dark Side Delivers Shutout of Issaquah

  • Written by Derek Johnson

For the second straight year, the Issaquah Eagles learned the power of the Dark Side.

The Woodinville Falcons, led by their “Dark Side Defense”, dominated all night en route to a 38-0 win over Issaquah at Pop Keeney Stadium. The Falcons also shut out the Eagles last season, 30-0.

The win improved Woodinville’s record to 4-0 in Kingco 4A, and 5-0 overall. The Falcons are now ranked #2 in the state by the Seattle Times in the 4A classification. 

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New coach brings new attitude – and life lessons 

  • Written by Derek Johnson

It seems like yesterday that this reporter was writing about the promising freshman Laina Emerick. But that was three years ago. Today, Emerick and teammate Paulina Chalmers are seniors, serving as captains for the Falcon swim team.

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Falcons conquer Mount Si 38-7

  • Written by Derek Johnson

Nighttime in Snoqualmie, off a quiet, rural street. The Woodinville Falcons exited their team busses and entered the stadium to warm up. Beyond the east end zone, a massive construction project loomed three stories high, obscuring the view of majestic Mount Si.

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Lind finishes third, but Issaquah dominates 

  • Written by Derek Johnson

It was quite a showing for Issaquah last Wednesday at Lake Sammamish State Park. The Eagles easily won in the both the boys and girls divisions for the 5k race. In the boys division, Issaquah had six of the top 10 finishers, while in the girls division, they had nine of the top 10 finishers. 

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