Athletics

Bothell High School has a proud athletic tradition, teaching teamwork, leadership, and hard work. Sports vary by season, and are broken into Fall, Winter, and Spring sports.

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SIGN UP FOR UNIFIED BOWLING!  First practice is January 7.  Athletes and partners need to have Family ID registration and paperwork turned in before then!

ATHLETIC CONDITIONING -- Weight room is open for ALL athletes to begin or continue conditioning as follows: 

Mornings:  until Christmas break:  M, W, F 6:00 am. to 7:15 a.m.  After Christmas break:  every morning 6:00 - 7:15. 

After Christmas break:   Tuesday  2:30 - 4:00;  Monday and Friday 3:00 - 4:15. M, Th, Fri:  4 - 5

OPEN fields for softball and baseball will start after Christmas break 2:30 - 4:00.  Go to sport specifically to confirm days/times!

  • Winter Sports Results

Dec 13:

GYMNASTICS:

We made the long hike out to Mt Si.  We were minus a few athletes this meet, but over all we has some higher scores for individuals competing.  Katie Kaleta scored a whooping 9.3 on floor and placed 7th!  All around, Katie Kaleta took 14th place and Sarah Nishimura took 15th place.  Although we fought hard, we came up shy this meet.  We are looking forward to working hard over winter break and coming back strong!

 BASKETBALL - C TEAM:

Shooting was off last night.  Good attitude and perseverance by the guys in spite of the loss to North Creek.


DEC 11:

WRESTLING: 

Bothell had much success last night even if the final score did not reflect it!  Walker Hardan, Cody Wright, Brian Gumke all pinned with North Creek opponents.  Jay Smith had a major defeat over a wrestler who is ranked in the state...the first time he has defeated this opponent!  Good job men of the mats!!

 Dec 7: 

BASKETBALL: 

Varsity:  Boys pulled out a 47 - 44 win. While the team was down five points at half in the third quarter they outscored Redmond 16 points to 4 points.  Spencer Wright put in 15 points; Jaiden Bernstine added 14 to help seal the win. 

JV:  After a slow start Bothell found them selves down as much as 15 in the 1st quarter, but a defensive adjustment got things turned around starting a 20 to 7 run which brought the team back winning the next 3 quarters.  Derek Lin led all scores with 19 which included 7-7 from the free throw line, CJ White added 14 securing the win for Bothell 58-51.  Next game is Tuesday the 11th at Lake Washington
 

Dec 6:

WRESTLING:  Jay Smith outscored his Redmond opponent to take the victory at his weight class!  Congratulations and continued success.

 

CHEER:  Cheer won their second competition of the year in the Large Game Day category.  With more competition this week, they still rose to the top!  The team will be competing again once the new year begins all in efforts to compete at the WIAA Cheer State Competition in February!  Congrats to these amazing girls who have pushed through so much!

 

  • Winter Sports Results

Dec 6 recap:

GYMANSTICS: 

Last night saw the team facing Eastlake.  Our home gymnastics meet was an exciting one!  It was a three way 4A competition with Juanita joining us as a lone 3A.  On almost every event, we took the top 5 places for 4A and rounding out our all around scores - Salima Mayanja 1st place, Katie Kaleta 2nd place, Sarah Nishimura 3rd place, Angelina Fogliato 4th place and Maya Sendejas 5th place.  Bothell came out on top with the final scores: Bothell 156.050, Eastlake 130.40 and Redmond 88.550


Dec 4
BASKETBALL:
Tough night on the courts for both boys and girls as they faced Newport.  Varsity girls battled hard but ran into an opponent that was fully equipped.  Final 22-48.  Varsity boys lead at half by ten; by two at end of third quarter and then with 2:00 left were behind by 8!  At 25 seconds the score was tied...but a buzzer shot pushed Newport past Bothell.  Disappointing but exciting.
 
Meanwhile:  JV girls:  Eden Molay led all scorers with 16 points and added 8 rebounds. Kylie Lin contributed 6 points and 5 steals on the defensive end. 

CHEER:
This past weekend our Bothell High School Cheerleaders had their first competition this season!  
Since September our cheerleaders have been working hard on supporting our athletic teams as well as bettering their own skill level to compete!
At Bellarmine Prep on Saturday our cheerleaders were in a Small Varsity tumbling routine as well as a Large Game Day routine.  
Our Bothell Cheerleaders finished first in both divisions and qualified for the WIAA State Competition!  This is a huge accomplishment for them.
They will continue to compete to better their scores through December and January before going to State the first weekend in February!
Congratulations, Cheer!
 
BASKETBALL:
C TEAM 54 -33 over Newport.   Jasper Patneaude had a night full of outstanding rebounds and defensive effort!  Peyton Kim made great shots.  Parker Haney provided excellent defense all night. 
 
SWIM DIVE:
What a great meet on Thursday.  That was one of our most competitive meets in the last two years.  We were tied going into the last few events, even though we had started down 10 points as they had divers!  It was a close score 80-100, but they came out on top.  On the bright side, it was great seeing the boys swim as hard as they did.
  • Winter Sports Results

BASKETBALL: BOYS

V:  Boys played in a tournament this weekend.  Friday facing River Ridge they won handily thanks to a slew of three pointers dropping in.  74 - 41.  Saturday against Mt. Spokane they lost 46 - 64. 

BASKETBALL: GIRLS

V:  Another close game this time facing Eastmont.  47 - 44

JV: Girls had another exciting 4th quarter on Saturday, coming back from an 11 point deficit to pull within 2. Eden Molay led all scorers with 10 points. Yi Wang also contributed 7 points and 8 rebounds.

SWIM/DIVE:

What a great meet on Thursday.  While we came up short on points, it was still great to see everyone swim competitively after working so hard the past few weeks.  It was also wonderful to be able to fill all of the heats in each event.  I think this compliments our growth in numbers and the growth of our ability over last year!

  • Winter Sports Results

First Winter game recap:

Editor's note:  Last night the Lady Cougars (girl's basketball for those of you who are new!) had such exciting games!  JV was ahead for the majority of the game over Lynnwood...With a minute left we lead by 3 -- then fouls and free throws strike.... Lose by two!  BUT SO EXCITING!!   Then the Varsity ladies stepped on the court... In summary - back and forth game.  End of the fourth quarter, we're behind but within striking distance...we foul them to get control of the ball. Lynnwood's not making all those free throws so we stay close.  THEN, with 10 seconds left they sink a free throw.  We're down by four -- clocks ticking -- Devon Lipkin gets the ball and heading toward our basket just inside the half court mark and as the buzzer starts to ring she tosses the ball up and IN!!! SWISH.  We lose by one...but WHAT AN ENDING!!
 
V: The Bothell Lady Cougars had a hard fought battle against the Lynnwood Royals last night. With a great 4th quarter, and tough defense the lady Cougars came back from behind to make it an exciting game right up until the last seconds but fell short of the victory 48-49.
 
JV: Amelia Poppenhagen earned our "Hard Hat" last night against Lynnwood with a Double-Double; 10 points and 14 rebounds. Great job, Amelia!
 
Go to KINGCOATHLETICS.COM for schedules!  Lots of games coming up so hope to see you at one (OR ALL) of them!!
 
  • Winter Sports Results

With the last of fall sports behind us it is time to look to the gyms and pools for basketball, gymnastics, wrestling and swim/dive!  First events are just around the corner!  Go to KINGCOATHLETICS.com for the most up to date information on who/where/when! 

Contact

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Monday - Friday

Fax 425-408-7002

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Meet the Team

BHS Athletics Director Yonni Mills

Yonni Mills
Athletic Director
425-408-7015
ymills@nsd.org

Dan Newell
Athletic Trainer
425-408-7180
dnewell@nsd.org

Nancy Murray
Athletic Secretary
425-408-7004
nmurray@nsd.org

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 Due by:             Ineligibility on:

  WINTER athletes 
   Jan 3                     Jan 7
   Feb 4                     Feb 11
 
   SPRING athletes 
    Feb 12    
    Mar 4                   Mar 18
    April 22               April 29