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This past weekend was their first competition of the year and your Cougs made a great showing!

JV Game Day - 1st place

Varsity Game Day - 1st place

Varsity Traditional - 1st place

Game Day routine highlights a band chant, situational sideline chant, cheer, and fight song.  There are required incorporations needed. 3 minutes max.  Each element in interval. 

Traditional Routine is pure endurance and athleticism; has all the elements of cheer thrown into 2 minutes and 30 seconds; a cheer, tumbling, stunting, pyramids, jumps, dance - all of it!

 

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Please send out a huge CONGRATULATIONS to our 

ACADEMIC STATE CHAMPIONS VOLLEYBALL 2022 

 

 KingCo All League Selections:

 

VOLLEYBALL:

First Team - Maleah Andrews and Haedyn Bambolo

Second Team - Josie Milner

Honorable Mention - Kendal Monsef and Elise Yuhan

 

SOCCER:

First Team - Syndey Lipkin

Honorable Mention - Erin Snyder, Kaitlin Baldwin-McCurdy, Charlotte Lipkin and Rachel Traxler

 

GOLF:

Golfer of the Year - Walker Lamb

Sportsmanship award - Bothell

Honorable Mention - Connor Kim

 

SLOWPITCH:

First Team Zoe Brown and Grace Tanferani

Second Team - Ruby Jensen

Honorable Mention - Megan Luke, Arya Trivedi, Evie Cornwell and Bailey Mulher

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It was a great day for the Varsity Volleyball Team on Saturday as they played in the first 2 rounds of the KingCo Tournament. Our first match was against a Skyline team that defeated us in 5 sets earlier in the season, but his time, the Lady Cougs got the upper hand, handing them a 3-0 loss. Next was a semi-final match against Eastlake, the Crest Division Champs. If you were at Bothell when we beat them in 5 sets, this round was just as exciting. Though we gave up a good lead and lost the first set, our girls regrouped to win the next 2 sets. Eastlake took the 4th, but with a great serve & dig from Kendal Monsef, a tough back row attack from Leanna Sayavong, and a put away from Haedyn Bambolo, the Cougs punched their ticket to the finals with a 15-11 win! Highlights on the day were: 

  • Elise Yuhan - 13 kills, 5 blocks, 25 digs & 4 aces
  • Haedyn Bambolo - 36 kills, 4 blocks, 28 digs & 6 aces
  • Josie Milner - 8 kills, 3 aces, 23 digs & 3 blocks
  • Kendal Monsef - 20 kills, 3 blocks, 3 aces & 27 digs
  • Maleah Andrews - 3 kills, 2 aces, 29 digs & 79 assists
  • Stella Grekoff - 9 kills, 1 ace, 3 blocks & 12 digs
  • Our bench was fantastic - giving great energy and support all day!

 

Next up, 3rd match vs North Creek @ Bothell on Thursday for the KingCo Championship!

Congratulations to volleyball, Academic State Champs AGAIN!!

 

Cross Country also had a great weekend, they qualified two runners:

Lauren Hoyt and Daphne Vostral Schauer will head to state in Pasco Nov 5th along with Ainsley Herron as manager

 

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VOLLEYBALL

It was another 5-set battle last night for the Varsity Volleyball Team, but in the end the Lady Cougs came up just short. Haedyn Bambolo was solid, ending with 20 kills and 6 aces. Elise Yuhan also served tough, finishing with 5 aces. Josie Milner had a breakout night, earning 9 kills, 16 digs and great passing. Kendal Monsef added 13 kills and 2 aces. She also was solid for us in the back row. Kili Hoke was also in double-digit kills, finishing with 10. She also had 15 digs. Maleah Andrews added 2 more aces, 12 digs and a season high 56 assists! 

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CROSS COUNTRY

The boys varsity team wrapped their season this Friday at Marymoor for Kingco! The boys competed phenomenally with our top 5 runners (Quinten Brooks 9, Matthew McAllister 10, Kaleb Hall 11, and Roman and Wes Bartholomew 12) hitting sub 19:00! Quinten Brooks will be moving on to districts next week. 

 

Our girls will be moving on to districts next week! Lauren Hoyt (11) came in 3rd with a new PR of 18:02. Other great performances were had by Daphne Vostral Schauer (11) with a time of 19:50, Macey Thomas (10) with a time of 20:54, and Lucy Kriegel (9).

 

We also had our subvarsity championship Friday afternoon for the top 7 male and female JV runners. Noah Hong (9) and Noah Habte (12) hit new PR's of under 20:00, with Zaine Kandilige (10)Jashan Chimni (11) and Laksh Patel (10) all wrapping the season up with PR's.

 

1st Team All League goes to Lauren Hoyt, well done!!

 

 

TENNIS

Amil George finished his season with a loss of 6-0, 6-7, and 2-6

Forgot to add last week Tobias Jensen won Honorable Mention

Great Season Tennis.

 

SOFTBALL

The lady cougs placed second this past Saturday at districts and are headed to State this Thursday in Yakima.