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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FALL PARENT NIGHT:  All sports -- Sept 3 - NPAC -- 6:30 pm.  Breakout sessions by sport to follow at various locations on campus.

Looking forward -- 

PTP and ASB fees for fall sports cannot be paid UNTIL August 1.  For cut sports do NOT pay until teams have been selected.  ASB and participation fees must be paid before the first competition for each sport.  Payments can be made on line (, in person at the cashier window (cash, credit card or check) or the night of the Fall Parent meeting (September 3). 

ALSO available Sports Punch cards.  $56 gets you 10 entries into any HOME (regular season only) games -- any sport for the year.  Savings of TWO ADULT TICKETS!  Buy them early and start using them for football games to avoid standing in line at Pop Keeney!  Same purchase opportunities. 



Volleyball: Canyon Park MS -- 
June 3 - 20 -Mon/Tues/Wed/Thurs --  3:30 - 5:30**
  **June 26 & 27 4 - 5:30pm @ Kenmore MS
  **July 3 - Kenmore Middle School - 5 - 6:30
    July 10 and 11 at Canyon Park Middle school 5 - 6:30 pm

Basketball at Canyon Park MS as follows:
Tues/Wed/Thur - girls - 5 - 7 pm -- June 3 - June 27*
 * June 25 and 26 at Northshore Middle school 7 - 9
    June 27 at Kenmore Middle school 7 - 9
   July 1 and 2 at Northshore Middle school 5 - 6:30
   July 8, 9 - Canyon Park   5 - 6:30
   July 11 and July - Canyon Park 6 - 8:30
   July 15, 16, 22, 23, 29 -- Canyon Park 5 - 6:30


Tues/Wed/Thur - boys - 7 - 9 pm -- June 3 - June 27* * 
 * * *June 26 - NORTHSHORE MIDDLE SCHOOL 7 - 9 
       June 27 - KENMORE MIDDLE SCHOOL 7 - 9

Wrestling -- at BHS Aerobics room - Tuesday/Fridays 6 pm to 8 pm starting June 4 -- last day July 19.

Fall practices - all sports start August 26 except Football. 
Team websites will contain additional details. 

Cross Country:

August 26th - September 7th

Monday - Bothell High School @ 10:00 am

Tuesday - Bothell Landing @ 10:00 am

Wednesday - St Edward's @ 10:00 am 

Thursday - Bothell High School  @ 10:00 am

Friday - Bothell Landing @ 10:00 am

Saturday - Kirkland Corridor @ 10:00 am 

Football - August 21. 

Girls Soccer - August 26, 27, 28 -- at Pop Keeney 5:15 - 7:15; August 29 -- at BHS 6 - 8 pm, August 31 - at BHS 9 - 11 a.m.   

Slow Pitch - starting August 26 - M - F 3:00 - 6:00 pm daily

Swim/Dive - Girls:  Swim practice will be at Juanita Pool from 5:15 to 6:15 am. Dive practice is also at Juanita Pool, from 2:45 to 4:00 pm.

Tennis - Boys:  Monday- Friday 2:30-4:30
Saturday (August 31)- Media Pictures at 8am. Practice: 8:30-10am
Following week of practice:
Varsity 2:45- 4:45
JV- 4:30- 6:15

Volleyball: First weeks -

8/26: 9 - 12 & 1:30 - 4:30 
8/27 - 29: 3:30 - pm
8/30: 9 - 12
9/2: 4 - 7pm
9/3: 9 - 12 & 1:30 - 3:30
9/4 & future… 3:30 - pm

Spring 2019 Sports

Athletic News


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

now through Memorial Day weekend:
Mornings:  Wednesday: 6:00 - 7:15 a.m.
June 3 - June 28 -- Weight room will be open 8-10 a.m M - F


  • Spring Sports Results


Season's over --  State finishes as follows:

Boys 4x400 took fourth.  

4x400 relay - Garret Lowe, Gage Herriott, Mason Locknane, Cooper Hayes  

Girls 4x400 took 6th.  

4x400 relay - Hannah Cecil, Kerstin Ly, Liza Yusem, Estera Levinte 

  • Spring Sports Results

May 26 - 18:


Heading to state: 
Jenna Milner - 100 M hurdles
Lexi Tawrel - 200 meters
Estera Levinte (district champ) - 400 meters
Kerstin Ly - 800 meters
Liza Yusem - 1600 meters
Monserrat Lopez - 3200 meters
4x200 meters relay - Jayda Dixon, Lexi Tawrel, Estera Levinte, Jaiden Childs
4x400 meters relay - Hannah Cecil, Kerstin Ly, Liza Yusem, Estera Levinte 
Emily Villeneuva - Discus

Jackson Milner (district champ) - 110 meter hurdles
Cooper Hayes - 800 meters
Amrit Banga - 3200 meters
4x100 meters relay - Caleb Lind, Darius Kubulanza, Riley Morrison, Myles Phillips 
4x400 meters relay - Garret Lowe, Gage Herriott, Mason Locknane, Cooper Hayes  
javelin - Sean Witters (district champ) 
Gabe Johnson - long jump


Friday facing Lake Stevens:

BHS pitcher, Ena Borgen, threw the best game of the year in my opinion. She was spot on but Lake Stevens just did a tad bit better as they beat us 3-0. 

Brooke Davis had 2 of our 4 hits as she went 2-3 at the plate.

Saturday facing Glacier Peak:

The Glacier Peak game was a heart breaker as we were ahead 3-1 going into the bottom of the 7th inning. But Glacier Peak got 3 "seeing eye groundball hits" in a row off of Katie Fodge to start the 7th inning. A few feet to the left or right on these ground balls and we are going to state. But that is the name of the game. After getting 1 out and runners on 2nd and 3rd the drama really started. 

I decided to walk the 5 hitter to load the bases to bring a force situation.  Up stepped my own daughter with Bothell leading 3-2. Knowing exactly what my own kid likes to hit and what she doesn't like to hit, we got her to "roll over" on a slow ground ball between short and 3rd. We made the play but we threw wide of home for the force out, not only allowing the tying run to score but the winning run came around to score as well. It was a heart breaker but the kids flat out battled all the way to the end.

Charley Bishop led the team on offense going 2-3 as we finished again with 4 hits in total.

I couldn't be more proud of how we fought during this tournament. Finishing the regular season 7-13 and being 2 outs away from making it to the State Tournament was unbelievable and something I will never forget. 

4 of our games in the tournament were against the top 6 teams in the state. Redmond, who we beat 6-5 was ranked #1 in the state, Glacier Peak who we lost to 14-10 and 4-3, was ranked #5 in the State, and Lake Stevens, who we lost to 3-0, was ranked #6 in the State. Between those tough schools we beat North Creek 17-8 (whom had beat us all 3 times during the season) and we also beat Kamiak 7-4.

I appreciate all the support from you and the entire Bothell Staff. It was so much fun seeing all the people in the stands cheering Bothell on. I already can't wait til February 25, 2020 to get started again.


  • Spring Sports Results

Girls Tennis wins KingCo Sportsmanship award.  

Honorable Mention awards go to:
Megan Wong - singles
Brooklyn Smith and Evie Smith - doubles

Track continues to compete at KingCo Conference Championships; next week is SeaKing Championships.


  • Spring Sports Results

Recap from May 3 - 4


Games on Friday resulted in girls going to Softball district tournament May 10.  Face Redmond at 5 pm at Phil Johnson Fields (Everett).


Girls tennis had a great Kingco Tournament on Saturday at Skyline High School. The weather was perfect and the tennis was exciting.
Seniors Brooklyn Smith and Evie Smith played a team from Inglemoor. This was the same team that beat them 2 weeks ago. Brooklyn and Evie played so much better but came up a little short. They were so positive and full of energy as they left the courts and their tennis career at Bothell High School. It has been an honor to coach two of Bothell’s finest. They will deeply missed.
In singles action, JR Megan Wong had the longest match of the day. She played a girl from Northcreek. The first ball was hit at 10:00 and the last ball was hit at 12:35. Megan won 6-1, 2-6, 6-3. Both girls played all they had. Megan was rewarded with a 45 minute break and then had to face the # 2 seed from Eastlake. Megan played very well but the Eastlake girl is very tough. 

It was a great day and I am very proud of our whole team.


May 7 - Boys Golf:  Suncadia Invite 

Spencer Haney, Parker Haney, Anthony Sendejas, Evan DeForest, Cody Winkelman

May 8 - Track - KingCo Championships -- Lake Washington HS

May 10 - Track - KingCo Championships -- Lake Washington HS

May 10 - Softball -- District Softball -- Phil Johnson Field, Everett (5:00 pm)


Team completed their season against Woodinville on Wednesday, May 1st @ Woodinville.  It was a very competitive game with Woodinville coming out on top with a score of 13-8.
Ryan Metz led the team in shots on goal with a total of 14, which resulted in 2 goals. Bryce MacDonald and William "Sharky" Gasparek also had 2 goals.  Brendan Barry and Jackson Burnham each had 1 goal to round out the total to 8.
Trent Suckut had a total of 11 saves.

April 30 results:



Finishing with an 89 yesterday Katie heads to Spokane for state competition at Hangman Valley GC May 20 - 22!  CONGRATULATIONS ON A GREAT SEASON WITH MORE TO COME KATIE!


The boys entered the last game of the season facing North Creek looking to be the best team in Northshore. Before the game got started we got to honor our seniors for their contributions to the program: Taedyn Anderson, Spencer Haney, Zachary Jokisch, Tobias Olson, and Ryan Reynolds. All contributed in their own unique way and got us to where we are now, a Bothell soccer family. 

The game started off quick, and North Creek opened the scoring early off a corner kick to go up 1-0. We struggled to keep the ball in the first half, and defended the majority of the time. 

The second half was a completely different story. We were able to create chances and defended well.  Spencer Haney had a phenomenal game in goal making many saves. Zachary Jokisch and Noe Guzman had a great game at the center back positions shutting down a tough North Creek attack.Cody Winkleman battled hard all night in the middle of the field. Many others had great games, unfortunately we couldn't find a goal to tie the game up. The game ended 1-0, but we played until the final whistle. 

The boys had a tremendous season and have set the stage for a great year next year as we look to return the majority of the program and will add new players. I'm so proud of the group and what they accomplished as a family.

APRIL 29 results

BASEBALL: JUST IN:  Game on Thursday, May 2, at Sherman Anderson Field in Mt Vernon at 4:00 vs Mt Vernon.  Come support the team!

Lacrosse faced off against Redmond on Monday night at Bothell.  Redmond won with a score of 12-6.  
Ryan Metz and Wiliam "Sharky" Gasparek led the Cougars in shots and goals. Goalie Trent Suckut had another outstanding game with 18 saves.  
A big shout out to Freshman Ethan Fadlovich and defenseman Brendan Barry who each had goals tonight.  
The Cougars' last game is Wednesday, May 1st against district rival Woodinville @ Woodinville.  Game time is 8:00 pm.

Katie Rutter made through day one of the Medalist finalists...and into the State Qualifying round today, APRIL 30, at Snohomish Golf Course.  Teed off just a bit ago.  Send her positive thoughts!!

Event recaps from Fri/Sat:


The Cougar baseball team honored its senior players on Friday night with a thrilling 3-2, 9 inning walk off victory over Inglemoor.   
The largest and loudest crowd of the season saw the Cougs fall behind 2-0 in the first inning.   The lead was cut to 2-1 on an RBI walk by Caden Baker in the third inning.  Baker had three hits on the night.  
The game remained that score until Josh Davis delivered the game tying RBI double with two outs and two strikes in the bottom of the 7th. 
In the 8th inning Bothell and Inglemoor traded game saving, diving catches to end both halves of the inning.  Cameron Ley sprawled out and avoided the near collision to make the over the shoulder catch to end the Inglemoor rally in the top of the inning.  
Finally, in the bottom of the 9th inning Austin Cartwright led off with a clutch single.  Dylan Gerad's sacrifice bunt moved him to 2nd.  And....Erik Bainter delivered the game winning, walk off RBI, and giant "pig pile" celebration with a single to right field.
Jackson Gould pitched 8 innings of fantastic baseball - with five strike outs and no walks - to hold Inglemoor scoreless after the first inning and Kassin Matson pitched a 1-2-3 9th inning with three strike outs to earn the mop up win.


Bothell Varsity Lacrosse faced off against Eastlake Friday, April 26th at Eastlake.  It was a physical game that ended with Eastlake winning 17-8. 
Ryan Metz and Bryce MacDonald led the Cougars in shots and goals. Goalie Trent Suckut had another outstanding game with 15 saves.   The highlight of the game occurred as time was expiring in the 2nd quarter.  Defenseman Gabe Erickson had a 60 yard shot (length of field) that resulted in a goal for the Cougars.  Congratulations to Gabe!
The Cougars' last home game is Monday at 7:45pm against Redmond.  We hope to see you there.

Varsity: Friday night the boys took a long trip down to Renton to face Liberty in our last non-league game.   Riding a 2 non-loss streak, we wanted to continue the momentum heading into our last game of the season. 
We started off knocking the ball pretty well, but we were still playing pretty slow. Liberty was able to capitalize on a mistake and score. Within 2 minutes, we were able to pick up the tempo and get into the attacking third. Cody Winkleman found the ball on his foot, played a 1-2 pass with Riley Lathrop, and Cody scored to tie it 1-1. Cody wasn't done yet, as Noe Guzman played a great longball into the box. After a couple of bounces the ball ended up with Cody and he finished again. 
The scoreline would hold despite Liberty pressing the entire 2nd half. 

2-1 Bothell and our first winning streak in 2 years. 
Everybody that could play did and got solid minutes. We hope to see everyone Tuesday night for senior night against North Creek! 

JV: We had a great second win of the season on Friday against Liberty. We got off to a great start in the first half. Defensively, we were organized in the back line allowing very few chances. Offensively, we got two goals - one from Miles Barrett (his second memorable goal from the center back position on a great volley) and Jadon Taylor. Both finishes were very composed.    In the second half, we got on the score sheet again with Calvin Kerns drawing and converting a penalty. From there, things got a little bit dicey. Liberty pushed numbers forward and scored two quick goals to make the score 3-2. We adjusted and were able to finish the game with the lead 3-2.   Overall, a great second team win! 
We have our last game and Senior Night April 30 against North Creek. 


We wanted to give you all a recap of the Spring Sprints Regatta that your athletes participated in on Saturday.
It was a great day with nearly 90 athletes from the four schools participating in over 25 different events throughout the day.  We were hampered by heavy winds so the course was shortened from the traditional 2000m to a 500m sprint.  That was probably a good thing as everyone got to row in at least 2 events with some rowing 3 or 4 events.  Though our athletes are in great shape and would have done fine rowing that many 2Ks, it would have been tough.  The team did a great job overcoming the weather and equipment challenges throughout the day and represented Northshore School's extremely well with the following results:
First Place - Women's Novice 8+, Men's 8+, Women's Open 8+, Men's Novice 8+, & Women's 4+
Second Place - Novice Mixed 8+, Women's Novice 8+, Men's 8+, Men's 4+, Women's Open 8+, Men's Novice 8+, & Men's 4+
Third Place - Novice Mixed 8+, Women's 4+, Men's 8+, Men's 4+, Women's 8+, & Men's 4+


Golf - At Snohomish Golf Course -- Will keep you updated on girls results as I learn them.
Saturday -- Tennis 
As we move into playoffs here are the links to watch the progress:


  • Spring Sports Results

Bothell Track hosted Redmond on Senior night with both teams being undefeated competing for the Kingco North championship. It was an exciting meet coming down to the final events to determine the winner.  

Bothell girls came out on top 82-67 and the boys won 75-70.  Leading the boys were Darius Kubalanza who finished tied for first in the 100 and second in the 200, Mason Locknane first in the 400, third in the 200 and first in 4 x 400, Amrit Banga first in the 1600 and second in the 3200, Brandon Schenck first in the 3200 and third in the 1600, Jackson Milner first in the 110 hurdles and second in the 300 hurdles and Gabe Johnson who won the 300 hurdles, won the long jump and finished second in the high jump.  Sean Witters won the javelin with a new PR of 172'.
On the girls side Estera Levinte won the 400 with the third fastest time in school history in her first time running the event with a time of 59.4 which is also the leading time in Kingco.  She also finished second in the 200 and was on the winning 4 x 200 and 4 x 400 relay teams. Girls sprints had a great day and were lead by Lexi Tawrel, Jaiden Childs, Camryn LaVine and Jayda Dixon. Kerstin Ly and Liza Yusem lead the distances with Kerstin winning the 800 and Liza the 1600.  Devon Lipkin won the long jump, Jenna Milner won the 100 hurdles, Kate Gaw won the 300 hurdles and Emily Villenueva dominated the throws by winning the javelin, shot put and taking second in the discus.  
It was a great way to finish the regular season and it extended the boys and girls Kingco win streaks to 31.  

Next up it the Kingco championships on May 8th. 

April 23 results:

Great game last night. Leon Johnson pitched a shut out!  He gave up only 4 hits and no walks with three strikeouts.  Dylan Gerard doubled and scored the winning run on a sacrifice fly by Caden Baker.   
Facing WHS tonight at 7 -- hoping for same results!

Lacrosse faced Issaquah at home.  Issaquah won with a final score of 19-1 The game showcased the Cougar's strong defense with Trent Suckut having an impressive 13 saves. 
The Cougars will be at Eastlake High School on Friday, April 26th. Game time is 8:00pm. 

Varsity:   Facing a playoff bound Inglemoor team (the best in Northshore) we had a game in front of us!  We battled for 90 minutes and looked like a playoff bound team ourselves. 
We opened the scoring with a great finish by Slone Sasouvanh, assisted by Taedyn Anderson. We went into half with the lead, but we were quickly reminded that Inglemoor was a good team. They took a 2-1 lead off of a few mistakes, but the boys responded. Closing out the 2nd half, we worked the ball across the field from right to left, got CJ White into the end line, and he assisted Taedyn for our tying goal. 
The game went into overtime and Inglemoor had a few chances. We defended well and were able to counter. Gabe Grigoryan found himself in the 18 with the ball at his feet and buried the go-ahead goal far post. We stayed strong the last 5 minutes and won our first game of the season, 3-2What a ride!  
All of the boys contributed and we head into our last two games looking to close out the season on a high note. Go Cougs!

JV:  We had an exciting game against Inglemoor last night. We went up 1-0 in the first half on a goal by Calvin KernsReece Williams had an awesome save on a free kick in the first half to keep the shutout going. Inglemoor came out strong in the second half and scored 3 goals.
We recovered and were able to put some pressure on towards the end.  Jadon Taylorwas able to draw a penalty kick with about 12 minutes to go. Calvin converted again to make the score 3-2. We pushed and had some big chances but weren't able to find the tying goal. Felix Galicia finally got his dreams answered and was able to play up top the last 15 minutes. 

JV Softball Defeats North Creek 13-3 thanks to a timely seven runs and a big third inning. Anya Mcintyre, Tara Duong, Sophie Blair, Makena Jorgenson, Eden Molay, and Sienna Belleach had RBIs in the frame.
Cougars opened up scoring in the first inning, when Bell singled on a 3-2 count, scoring one run.  JV pulled away for good with seven runs in the third inning. In the third Mcintyre doubled on a 1-0 count, scoring one run, Duong tripled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run,Blair singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run, Jorgenson singled on a 1-2 count, scoring one run, Molay singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring two runs, and Bell singled on a 3-1 count, scoring one run.
Molay was credited with the victory for Bothell Cougars JV. She surrendered three runs on seven hits over seven innings, striking out four.
Cougars totaled13 hits in the game. Bell, Blair, Duong, Jorgenson, and Molay all had multiple hits for Bothell. Bell went 3-for-5 at the plate to lead Bothell Cougars JV in hits.
Cougars didn't commit a single error in the field. Bell had the most chances in the field with 12. 
Bothell tore up the base paths, as five players stole at least two bases. Molay led the way with four.

Girls varsity tennis lost to Inglemoor 7-0. We had a lot of close matches and each one of the girls competed for every ball. Great communication, footwork and hustle made for some good matches. Best match of the day was at 3rd doubles. Jenya Koryachek and Dorian Pulido were strong in the back court and at the net. They lost 6-1, 6-3.

April 22:


The girls golf team played a great match on Monday vs. Inglemoor in a steady rain at Redmond Ridge. Seniors Katie Rutter and Kaitlyn Shelver made us proud on Senior Day, modeling great leadership and sportsmanship as they always do! Katie had the low score of the match, shooting 43 and earning 5 league points. Ellie Miller put up her best score of the year (58), and Christina Parmelee added a solid 55 to the team effort.

The team plays their last league match of the year Wednesday against North Creek, and then will send five players to the KingCo Tourney next Monday.


BASEBALL -- moved to TODAY, 4/23 --   Varsity vs  North Creek at Bothell. 6:00 ;  JV  Bothell at North Creek.    7:00

Also happening today:  Tennis (weather dependent?!), Badminton vs North Creek here at 3:45; Soccer vs IHS at Pop 5:30/7:30; Softball at North Creek 6:00; Lacrosse at BHS 7:45.


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