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Justice Prevails: Woodinville Bowling is thriving again

  • Written by Derek Johnson

Last year, Justice Dillman was the only member of the Woodinville bowling team. He played with several other schools, but it wasn’t as fun as he hoped.

“It was okay, but I wanted to bowl with my friends,” Dillman said. “So I got them to join and we got a good group together.”

The new additions are Logan Selway, Jonah Larson, Drew Avery and Nathan Metz. Avery Tomlinson was the only one not directly recruited by Dillman. She saw it advertised at the back-to-school fair.

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Falcons now 2-0 after Beating Bothell

  • Written by Derek Johnson

In life, you can always count on certain absolutes. The old standbys, of course, are death and taxes. Then there are the Mariners, who never make the playoffs. Lady Gaga always reinvents herself every calendar year. And finally, the Woodinville Swim and Dive team can be counted on to have a small roster.  

As a result, the Falcons struggle to compete each winter. Through the years, they’ve even adopted monikers. These include “The Little Engine That Could”, and “The 300”.

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Falcons pull away late to beat North Creek

  • Written by Derek Johnson

When the game was over, Falcon players were all smiles as they headed for the team bus. It would be a happy ride back to Woodinville.

“There’s something about basketball season,” Woodinville head coach Kurt Melton said. “It’s the best time of year.”

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Scrappy Falcons keep clawing in comeback win over University

  • Written by Derek Johnson

Mia Hughes scored 25 points and Katie Minnehan had 15 rebounds as Woodinville beat University 59-58 last Saturday at Woodinville High School.

“We knew they would be a really good team,” Woodinville’s Jordan Worthington said. “So we had to come out and play really great defense. Katie and Mia made plays and we had people make big buckets, so it helped us get the win.”

The Falcons improved their record to 2-0 on the young season. University, hailing from Spokane, fell to 2-1.

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