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November 14 recap:

Volleyball is a game of mistakes.  The team that makes the fewest typically wins.  Issaquah made fewer mistakes than out Lady Cougs last night and ended our run for the state tournament.  Proud moments on the court for all players as they held composure and played with a "never give up" effort.    Great season ladies!

KingCo announcements:     All League Volleyball

First Team - Jenna Legault

Honorable mention: Nora Hayd


November 12 recap:

Bothell prevails in first loser out round of play, 8 teams left, 4 go to state! 

Rhythm and flow was missing but the girls powered through!  Losing the first set  27-29, the girls responded with sets 25-16,25-19,25-23 to claim victory. Our signature serving of 96% kept us in the mix.  Alyssa Moran and Lauren Culp were our serving specialist for the night and did a fantastic job.  Alyssa  served 100% off the bench with 3 aces and Jenna Legault racked up 4 aces! With the aid of our two setters(Avarye Monsef and Jenna Milner) our hitters racked up 37 kills.  Nora Hayd and Jenna Legault had 12 kills a piece while Ashley Baron, Tessa Hoover and Haedyn Bambolo each contributed 4 kills. Nadia Rios was our most consistent passer in the back row while our blockers made great adjustments at the tape compiling 13 blocks for the night. (Ashley Baron-2, Haedyn Bamboo -2, Jenna Legault- 3, Jenee Hall -4 and Tessa Hoover-1).  

With that under out belts.  Loser-out round 2 Thurs night versus Issaquah 5pm at Glacier Peak HS.  We have not found success against Issaquah yet this season but we will prepare well!...3rd time's a charm!!  Go big Blue!!


NOVEMBER 8/9

FOOTBALL:
Decisive victory over Auburn Riverside puts the Cougars at Pop Keeney again November 15 facing Kentwood.  Game at 7:00 pm.

SWIM/DIVE RESULTS:
The girls did a phenomenal job at both KingCo and Districts. Haley Kamikawa dropped two seconds in the 200 IM going a 2:27 and in the 100 breaststroke going a 1:15. Ayzlyn Moriarty wild carded into Districts in the 100 breaststroke with a time of 1:21 and finished with a 1:18. Katy Kamikawa wild carded in the 100 freestyle with a 1:06 and finished with a 1:03. 

The relays continued to drop almost every time the girls swam. The 200 Free relay came into KingCo's with a 2:02 and finished District's with a 1:54. The 200 Medley came into KingCo's with a 2:18 and finished District's with a 2:11 (and they were the only ones in the heat!). The 400 Free Relay went a 4:46! It really was incredible to watch and a great way to end the season!

Cora Taylor and Maggie Dempsey did amazing in Diving! Cora scored a 305.20 and placed 5th while Maggie scored a 291.85 and placed 9th. Both finishing the season strong.

VOLLEYBALL:
Lady Cougs Volleyball win opening round of Wesco/Kingo tournament.
Facing Glacier Peak Saturday at 1pm, the girls put together a 3-0 win to advance to the second round of play.  Jenna Legualt hammered out 12 kills and Tessa Hoover was super efficient hitting  .625 for the match.  Nora Hayd and Nadia Rios anchored our serve receive and Beatrice Anetei racked up a season high 5 blocks. Avarye Monsef, Jenna Milner and Lauren Culp(3 aces) were perfect behind the serving line helping our team to a 94.6% serving performance.

30 minute break and the girls were back on the court to face #1 seed North Creek.  Bothell came out on fire with a 25-15 win in the first set, a close 23-25 loss in the second and then the tank began to run dry.  Girls could not hold on the the momentum but continued to compete and play excellent ball.  Serving a solid 93.8% with Alyssa Moran, Jenna Milner, Nora Hayd and Lauren Culp at 100%.  Jenna Legault and Nora Hayd led the team offense in kills ( 14 and 12 respectfully). Defense was rock solid starting with 10 team blocks ( Ashley Baron,Tessa Hoover and Haedyn Bambolo all had 2 a piece) at the net while  Nadia Rios kept  the floor clean with 18 digs and steady serve receive (1.66).  Girls didn't bring home the win but played their best volleyball of the season!  

Looking to pick up play where we left off the girls begin the loser-out rounds of the tournament facing Monroe HS tonight 7pm at Mariner HS!  Go Big Blue!!!
 


November 5:

Bothell takes 5th seed with  3-1 win over Newport.

Girls were off to a rough start with 17 errors in the first set, yet still lost only by 2 points ( 24-26).  Second set the Cougs settled in and took command winning the next 3  25-22, 25-15, 25-14. Alyssa Moran and Nadia Rios were 100% behind the serving line while teammates Avary Monsef and Lauren Culp racked up the aces (3 and 4 respectively) . Great focus from these ladies as they all sub into the game to serve ( not easy to do!)

Thanks to our setters (Avarye Monsef and Jenna Milner)  the girls had a great hitting efficiency night. Our middles Bebe Anatei and Tessa Hoover (.500 each), Haedyn Bambolo hit a tough .571 from the pin and Jenna Legault led the team with 16 kills. Ashley Baron and Nora Hayd also had solid hitting night with 5 kills each.  

Saturday, November 9 we begin our quest to qualify for the state tournament facing Glacier Peak at 1pm at North Creek HS. 


WEEKEND NOV 2

VOLLEYBALL:

BOTHELL ADVANCES TO WESCO KINGCO bi-district tourney as they push for a trip to the state tournament. 
In a loser out 10 am game on Saturday, out girls vball team took care of Inglemoor in 3 sets.  The girls worked diligently with 100% serving performances from Avarye Monsef, Alyssa Moran, Lauren Culp and Nora Hayd. Jenna Legault and Nora Hayd led the charge with a combined 23 kills,  Beatrice Anatei anchored the middle of the net with an attack efficiency of .500 and a block.  Hayden Bambolo, Nora Hayd and Tessa Hoover also contributed with blocks. Alyssa Moran and Nora Hayd had great passing allowing great opportunities for our hitters to take care of business.

With the morning win the girls are now playing for seeding into the regional state qualifying tournament.  They faced #2 seed Issaquah at 5pm on Saturday.  Despite great teamwork, the girls could not avenge their previous season loss.  Big contributions from Jenna Legault (18 kills), Beatrice Anatei and Hayden Bambolo hitting a sold .500, blocks from Ashley Baron and Jenna Legault, excellent serve receive by Nora Hayd, 100% serving from Moran, Monsef, Culp and Hayd was not enough to bring down the Eagles.  

So the girls play for 5th/6th seed on Tuesday.  530 at Skyline HS.  GO COUGS!!


CROSS COUNTRY
TWO GIRLS HEAD TO STATE COMPETITION IN CROSS COUNTRY!  Running in Pasco on Saturday are --  
Kerstin Ly 
Monserrat Lopez 

SOCCER:  KINGCO 4A All State team
2nd Team - Bella Gutierrez
Honorable Mention - Hannah Cecil, Devon Lipkin, Ella Stroup, Ava Hudson.


October 30 recap:

FOOTBALL:  Freshman Football:  The Freshman team traveled to Eastlake last night and lost their first game of the year 46-34.  We started off in a hole down 21-0 but rallied back to tie 34-34 late in the 4th quarter.  A celebration penalty after we scored a 2 point conversion to tie set us up with bad field position. Eastlake scored on their next possession on a deep pass to go ahead.   Dylan Jones threw 5 TD passes; 1 to John Carlo Fogliato and Clint Thomas had 4 TD catches.  Clint had a great night on Offense and came up with some big plays when we needed him the most.   Marcus Davies also caught a 2 point conversion.  Cody Petrin did a great job running the ball.  Cody had several carries for 120 plus yards and kept the Cougar offense rolling.  The Cougars gave up an Interception for a TD on the second play of the game and we also stalled on a great offensive drive to the Eastlake 2 yard line.  The young Cougars also struggled with penalties all night.  Rudy Podany and Connor Delacada Tompkins were solid up front on both sides of the ball.  Connor was very physical and was throwing Wolves around all night as he led the team in tackles.  We were very proud of the way the team fought back to tie the game.  The boys showed a lot of Heart and gave everything they had.  

VOLLEYBALL:
Great effort in the fight to come back after losing the first 2 sets, but Bothell VB loses to Eastlake in 5. 

Statistically we had a solid overall match but set by set play was not consistent enough to win the match.  We served a solid 91.3% as a team.  Avarye Monsef, Jenna Milner, Lauren Culp were the 100% crew while Jenna Legualt went on a great run to start the 3rd set and piled up 4 aces on the night.  Our hitters struggled to find the holes on the floor. Legualt, Nora Hayd, Haedyn Bambolo Ashley Baron had 18, 13, 10 and 5 kills while Tessa Hoover was super efficient with her swings (.500).  Nadia Rios had a monster night in the libero jersey passing  1.79 ( out of 3) for the night with 22 digs.  Nora Hayd was right next to her passing 1.77 with 19 digs....   

AND we live to play again.  10AM at Bothell High School Saturday.


October 29

SOCCER:
A tale of two halves by BOSO: Playing their last match of the season the JV girls found themselves down 0-3 @ the half to a determined North Creek team. Finding another gear, your Cougs went crazy in the second half scoring 3 goals in 12 minutes to end in a tie totally deflating the confident Jaguars. Eloise Poppenhagen started the scoring  w/ a sweet shoot to the lower left corner followed by a cannon shot by Amelia McNeil from 18 yards on a corner kick play. Aly Coyne finished the scoring on a lightening fast break away finding the back of the net. In a total team effort the Cougs went crazy after the match knowing the only thing that stopped them was the final buzzer! If you see Kaitlyn Miller today, ask her about #31. Kaitlyn frustrated the much taller midfielder in the second half sparking our comeback! 

VOLLEYBALL:
CONGRATULATIONS VB!! 4A ACADEMIC STATE CHAMPIONS!! 3.77 GPA 


Weekend update October 26

CROSS COUNTRY
We had a fun day yesterday at the JV Invite! With course conditions not being ideal on a course that already is difficult with lots of obstacles we had lots of great performances and PR's. The boys freshman/sophomores started out the day and despite multiple kids losing shoes in the mud, going down in the mud on the course and the mayhem at the finish line Dalton Retzer and Josh Sieben still ran PR's.  In the girls Junior/Senior race Michelle Fairman ran a 5 minute PR!   It was challenging course conditions but all the kids ran well and had a good ending to their seasons.

Saturday --   KingoCo championships at Lake Sammamish!

SLOW PITCH:Bothell Slow Pitch Softball team played 3 games in the Kingco Tournament on Saturday.  We lost our first game against Woodinville 13-3, but came back and beat Eastlake in extra innings 10-9.  Fun game for everyone with so many great defensive plays and big hits. 
 Our third and last game of the day was against Woodinville again.  Our best game of the year.  We jumped out to a 4 run lead in the first inning only to have the Falcons come back with 4 of their own in the bottom of the first.  We jumped back into the lead in the 2nd and held a 10-7  lead into the bottom of the 7th inning.  We gave up 4 runs and lost 11-7 in a heart breaking defeat. 
 The team played fantastic and were so much fun to coach.  We finished the season 12 wins and 9 losses.  But, 7 of those loses were to Woodinville.  Bothell has no seniors and only one junior on the team.  Things look bright for the future of Cougar slow pitch.

TENNIS:
This past weekend Johnny Schuller competed in the Kingco Tennis Tournament. Johnny was the #1 singles seeded player. He reached the finals and lost a tough 3 set match to the #2 seeded player from Skyline High School. The score was 2-6, 7-5, 3-6. Johnny has dedicated himself to improve each year and it has truly paid off. Johnny has qualified for the State Tournament in May. It will be held in Richland Washington. Very proud of Johnny.
The Boys tennis team finished 4th at the KingCo Tournament.

VOLLEYBALL:
The JV Volleyball Team finished their season over the weekend, by hosting a 15 team tournament. They went out in epic fashion, by winning their own tournament, for the second time this season! Eva Winter had a monster day at the net, with 43 total kills! Maleah Andrews played every minute, as our only setter, earning 108 assists and 21 aces. Dyllan Graff added another 10 aces, along with 14 kills. Lola Duvey was solid in the back row, with great passing and earning 58 digs. She also had 6 aces. Josie Milner owned the “line shot” Saturday, slamming down 21 kills. Sienna Bell had great play at the net all day adding 9 kills and 1 block. Alaina Lemley was clutch both in the back row and from behind the serving line. She served at 100% and was a great defender and passing all day. Amalie Onener was determined to not let a ball cross the net, ending with 7 blocks on the day. She also earned 18 kills and 6 aces. Elise Yuhan was consistent all day. She had 2 timely blocks and a number of great kills. Leanna Sayavong came through in a big way in her serving and passing roll. Great passing all day, along with 94% serving and 3 aces. Jordan Hayden, on injured reserve, was a rock for us on the bench. Tough to sit there and watch, but she gave great energy and support to her teammates all day. 

Congratulate these ladies on an unbelievable season. Winners of both tournaments they entered and a 22-2-1 overall record! 


OCTOBER 24:

SWIM/DIVE:
The swim and dive team wrapped up the regular season last night with a great meet! The girls left everything they had in the pool. Anna Erickson dropped four seconds in the 100 backstroke and her team mate Alexandra Fisher drooped three seconds! Haley Kamikawa went a best time in the 100 freestyle and hit the District qualifying time. Sarah Holmes dropped 17 seconds in her 500 free breaking 8:00 minutes for the first time! Ariana Berrios dropped two seconds in the 100 fly. It was a great way to end the regular season. 

We are looking forward to our KingCo meet next weekend where the girls will compete at Mary Wayte Pool!

TENNIS:
Johnny Schuller won his singles match at the 4A Kingco tennis tournament at Skyline High School. Johnny played a tough player from Newport. Score was 6-1, 6-2. Johnny advances to the Quarterfinals on Friday morning at 8am. 

** update:  Johnny Schuller won 6-1, 6-1 -- Now plays in semi-finals!!  Scheduled play time 2:00 TODAY OCT 25!


OCTOBER 23 RESULTS

FRESHMAN FOOTBALL

 The Freshman team traveled to Mt SI and won 41-7.  Overall the team played great on both sides of the ball and special teams.  Bryce Kooy started off the night with a 70 yard TD run on the first play of the game.  Bryce also ran in a 2 point conversion and ended the night over 100 yards.  Marcus Davies scored tonight on a TD pass from Dylan Jones.  Marcus also had a Interception on defense that set up that score.  Clint Thomas caught 2 TD passes from Dylan Jones and had a great night on defense.  Cody Petrin scored 2 TD’s on the ground-the longest was 60 yards.  Brenna Loken caught her first pass of the year and made 3 extra point field goals.  Ethan  Michael also caught his first pass of the year on a screen and ran the ball for a first down.  The offensive and Defensive line dominated up front all night led by; Rudy Podany, Connor Tompkins-Delacada and Rex Radvick.  

The Freshman team is now 6-0 and play an undefeated Eastlake team next Wed for the Kingco Freshman Championship! 

TENNIS:
The doubles team of Emmanuel Nguyen and Amil George lost 4-6, 5-7 at the Kingco Tournament at Skyline High School. It was a very close match and we had our chances but came up a little short.
Johnny Schuller will represent Bothell in singles action on Thursday at Skyline.

VOLLEYBALL:
Varsity: 
Senior night was one to remember!  Congrats to Nadia Rios and Alyssa Moran for helping their team with a 3-1 win over Eastlake HS.

Nadia and Nora Hayd were our 100% servers for the night while Alyssa lead the team in most efficient serve receive performance and most digs (15).  The hitting crew did good work at the tape, all hitting in the positive.  Jenna Legault had 14 kills while Ashley Baron and Bebe Anitei hit at .400 and .500 efficiency ratings.  Avarye Monsef piled up 13 assists on the night and our BLOCKTOBER run continued with Blocks from Bebe (1), Haedyn Bambolo(2) Jenna Legault (2) Nora Hayd(2) and Tessa Hoover(2).  This win wraps up the season with a 6-3 record and 4th place in standings.  

We play the 5th seed next Wed (which happens to be Eastlake) in the first round of Kingco tournament.  Go Cougs!!!

The JV Volleyball Team ended their regular season with a great win over Eastlake last night. Without one of their key players and leaders on the floor, they found themselves in a hole after dropping the first set, but quickly rebounded to win the next two! Josie Milner had a career night last night with 100% serves, 10 aces and a 2.4 passing rating (out of 3). Dyllan Graff led in aces with 3, including a couple off the bench. She also chipped in a couple kills. Elise Yuhan made some tough serves down the stretch and 2 great blocks! Eva Winter was solid at the net, earning 7 kills on the night. Leanna Sayavong had 100% serving and steady passing. Lola Duvey anchored the back row and added 2 aces and many great serves. Maleah Andrews kept the hitters in rhythm, delivering 24 assists. Sienna Bell remains steady at the net, ending with 2 kills and a block. Amalie Onener added 4 more kills to the mix. Alaina Lemely was super steady in the back row with great passing and defense. She also finished Eastlake off, earning the last kill of the night. 

Congratulate these girls on a great season. They went 12-2 and won 43 out of the 52 sets they played this season! They wrap their season up with a 15 team tournament at home on Saturday. 

For Cougar volleyball your C Team wrapped up their season last night defeating Eastlake in a fun match. They shut down Eastlake keeping them below 10 points the first set 25-9. Yet, questions arose when Eastlake came back fighting tough to take the second set 20-25. However, the Cougars prevailed and gave the Wolves an answer to decide the game in the last set, with a 3 point difference to snatch the match 25-22

Strong aggressive serving night for Kili Hoke (92% / 6 aces), Alana Baron (93% / 2 aces) , Kea Skinner (94% / 5 aces) , Aileen Taing and Athena Biondi (100%) and Josselin Roy (93% / 4 aces). 

Killing it at the net were : Josselin Roy (10 kills), Alana Baron (4 kills), Kili Hoke (3 kills), Victoria Bresee and Lily Whitehead (2 kills each) and Athena Biondi (1 kill). Athena Biondi had an awesome 2 blocks at the net as well!

Skye Sherman and Lily Whitehead had a great serve/receive night with a 2.0 average. Great defensive night for the team as well: Kili Hoke (16 digs), Skye Sherman (15 digs), Josselin Roy (12 digs), Alana Baron (11 digs). Kea Skinner leading her team to victory with 23 Assists! 

Congratulate The C Team Volleyball squad for an awesome season with a winning record of 13-1 (league/non league matches) and 21-4 total matches (tournaments included)

This was an amazing group of young ladies who always played the Bothell way with great pride and lots of heart! They had so much fun. 


OCTOBER 22 RESULTS

SOCCER:
V:
Bothell took on top-seeded Inglemoor last night in another Northshore battle. Heading into the game, Inglemoor had only given up 4 goals in league games, 3 of which came from Skyline. To try and flip the script, we came out in a new formation to try and unsettle Inglemoor and create more opportunities by running a 3-5-2 (3 defenders, 5 mids, 2 forwards).
Inglemoor struck early and was up 2-0, but we responded with great combination play, a great run down the right line by Ella Stroup, which ended with a great cross to the far post which Devon Lipkin finished to make it 2-1. Unfortunately we would go into half down 3-1.
Coming out at half time the goal was to win the half and not focus on the overall score. Inglemoor did make it 4-1, but we were able to sneak a ball into the 18, Devon Lipkin poked the ball past the keeper towards the goal line, and Piper Benson-Gabbard made sure the ball found the net to make it 4-2, or 1-1 in the half. The girls battled the entire game, but it would end 5-2 in the waning seconds.
It was our senior night and we recognized and thanked our 3 seniors for the leadership, toughness, compassion, and guidance this year as they helped develop a young group for the coming years: Ellie Butner, Gabi Redey, and Haley Zirker.
Ava Hudson had a tremendous game by shutting down KingCo's best forward. Rachel Traxler and Isabella Maletich had great games battling in the midfield and moving the ball for us. Devon Lipkin and Piper Benson-Gabbard earned players of the game for their play up top.

JV:
Playing rival Inglemoor, your Cougar JV soccer team got a goal in the first minute by Kailey Pantoja followed by a second goal by Meghan Cloninger. The Vikings fought back hard but Bothell held on for a 2-2 tie. Lilly Atkinson was stellar in goal. The amazing center defenders Zobe Murray and Carissa Fieldson shut down the furious assault . Thanks to our fans who were loud and proud !


OCTOBER 21 RESULT:

VOLLEYBALL: Last match tomorrow, Wednesday, as we honor our seniors and play against a competitive Eastlake team at home! 

V: They say the road is not worth traveling if it’s always smooth.  Our trip to Redmond to face the Mustangs had plenty of bumps in the road. The girls persevered with a win. 25-10, 16-25, 25-21, 25-17.  Struggling to execute in sets 2 and 3 brought on the frustration but Jenna Milner came out with an amazing serving run (6 aces) to put her team ahead in the 4th set.  Alyssa Moran helped bring some stability with the only 100% serving night and the best passing ratio for the night.  Jenna Legault continued to lead the team in kills (13) while Avarye Monsef and Jenee Hall had the highest hiring ratio (.500).  Ashley Baron led the team with 13 digs.  Hope to bounce as we take on Eastlake this Wednesday.

JV: The JV Volleyball team made quick work of Redmond last night in a 3-0 sweep. Though serving was a little inconsistent, Josie Milner stepped it up in a big way with 11 aces while serving at 93%. Lola Duvey and Eva Winter were also great, serving at 100% on the night. Our attack was balanced, as Dyllan Graff, Elise Yuhan, Eva WinterJordan Hayden, & Josie Milner combined for 23 of our 26 kills. Maleah Andrews set them up all night, earning 16 assists. Next up, last regular season match against Eastlake tomorrow night!

C: Taking on the Redmond Mustangs, the C Team volleyball squad swept it up last night beating the Mustangs 25-9, 25-10, 25-6. An aggressive serving match as the team earned a total of 30 aces and an 83.6% serving average for the night. 


weekend October 18:

CROSS COUNTRY:
The varsity boys and girls ran the Lake Spokane Invite in the cold and rain. It was a tough course with a steep sand hill that the kids had to run three times. The girls team finished 2nd with Kerstin Ly, Monserrat Lopez, Ainsley Herron,  Boro Sotonyi, Taylor Zundel and Kasey Ly all finishing in the top 15The boys finished 3rd and were lead by Brandon Schenck, Gage Herriott, Cameron Zundel, Cooper Hayes and Sol Badeaux who all finished in the top 20.

This week we have a JV Saturday meet at Lake Sammamish.

VOLLEYBALL:
6AM departure for the Varsity VB did not hinder a strong performance at the Capital City Invite on Saturday.  
Great serving day!  We served 221 times on Saturday.  Every player that served had at least 1 ACE.  Nora Hayd and Jenna Milner led the ACE RACE with Jenna Legault and Ashley Baron a close second.  100% day for Jenee Hall and Lauren Culp
Holy Swings Batman!  Take a look at the hitting stats!  Jenna Legault led the team with 38 kills!!  Ashley Baron 12, Nora Hayd 20!  Check out Haedyn Bambolo's hitting stat line. . . 23 kills and hit with a .459 hitting efficiency!  Jenee Hall, Jenna Legualt and Bebe Anitei also contributed with strong hitting efficiency performance.
Alyssa Moran led our excellent serve receive passing day with an average of 2 with 11 attempts. (Tessa Hoover used her one opportunity to pass to be perfect! 3).  Nadia Rios, and Lauren Culp also had one of their best passing performances this weekend.
BLOCKTOBER stats!  Good work Tessa, Haedyn, Bebe and Jenna Legault!  

Saturday was a great team day and preparation for our last week of league play.  Home on Wed for Senior night vs Eastlake.  


OCTOBER 16 RECAP:

Freshman Football:  The Freshman Team hosted an undefeated Woodinville team last night and Won 26-14.  The Offense scored on the second play of the game with a Bryce Kooy 60 yard TD run.  Bryce ended up rushing over 200 yards with 3 TD’s including a 95 yard run.  Clint Thomas also scored on a 30 yard pass from Dylan Jones.  The Cougar Defense was solid last night.  The Defense created 3 turnovers; Marcus Davies and Lucas Gerity both had Interceptions.  They also had 2 stops after Woodinville got inside the yard line.  Rudy Podany, Connor Tompkins Delacada, Rex Radvick and Griffen Ginsberg put pressure on the QB all night.  Hubert Thang and Cody Petrin had some great open field tackles.  Peter Cecil, Marcus Davies, Lucas Gerity and Bryce Kooy all did an outstanding job closing down their running lanes and defending short passes at Linebacker.  The young Cougars played pretty well last night against a tough opponent.  The Freshman Team is now 5-0 and travel to MT Si next week.  Bryce Kooy will be the first Freshman to suit up this Friday night with Varsity. 

SLOWPITCH:
Bothell Slow Pitch beat Lake Washington last night 10-5.  We were ahead  1-0 in the 5th inning behind the solid pitching of Olivia Lassiter and many great defensive plays by Evie Le Doux, Ava Hauff, and Ryann Osborne. 
The timber came alive in the last two innings with huge hits by Baylee Mittendorf, Akemi Ozoa, Zoe Brown, and Grace Tanferani. 
 It is amazing to see how far this group of kids who love the game of softball has come during this first season of slow pitch.

SWIM:
Another great meet for the swim and dive team! Haley Kamikawa dropped yet another five seconds from her 200IM hitting the District qualifying time! Her sister Katy Kamikawa had a big meet as well by qualifying for KingCo’s in both the 50 and 100 freestyle. Ayzlyn Moriarty will join Katy in the 100 freestyle at Kingco’s as well. Overall we had some great swims and I look forward to seeing what these girls can do in their last dual meet meet next Thursday. 
 

VOLLEYBALL:
Had a beautiful quartet who sang the National Anthem at the VB match last night... THANK you to Joseph Riggio, Reese Williams, Mia Johnson, Alexia Mangubat!   Such a beautiful rendition! 

VARSITY:
Cougars keep the WHS Falcons from taking flight! 
Our lady Cougs beat the Falcons 3-0 last night with a consistent attack at the net.  Although not our best team serving night Tessa Hoover and Nora Hayd combined for 11 aces.    Cougars  put up some monster blocks Bebe Anitei had 2 blocks to lead the team.  Jenna Milner and Avarye Monsef set up their hitters for a combined 33 assists.  Haedyn Bambolo lead the team with a .455 hitting efficiency (like a batting average) on the pin while Bebe and Tessa Hoover both contributed up a .500 average swinging out of the middle.  Senior night and last home match.  Come celebrate our seniors ( Nadia Rios, Alyssa Moran) and a great match against Eastlake OCT 23.

JV:  Team shut the door on our district rival Woodinville last night, with a 3-0 sweep. Jordan Hayden was unstoppable from behind the line last night, keeping Woodinville guessing where she was serving next. She ended with 10 aces! Eva Winter was her counterpart at the net. Woodinville had no answer for her as she banged away 10 kills in the match. Josie Milner and Sienna Bell were close behind with 7 & 6 kills, respectively. Sienna also had 2 aces in a fantastic night for her. Great passing all around on one of our strongest nights. Lola Duvey, Maleah Andrews (in a rare libero appearance), Eva Winter, Josie Milner & Leanna Sayavong all contributed. Next up, away at Redmond on Monday. 

C: Fun match last night for C Team volleyball against the Woodinville Falcons! They achieved one of their season goals last night by being the top C Team squad in Northshore School District. After a slow win Monday night against Skyline, they stepped it up last night against Woodinville beating them 25-13, 25-11 and 25-10. With lots of energy and great communication they were aggressive, strong and played with heart. Great serving night for the team as they achieved an 89% average together. Leading the team in kills Josselin Roy with 6 and Kili Hoke with 5. Defensive/passing leader goes to Skye Sherman with a whopping 18 digs and passing average of 1.86
 


OCTOBER 15

SOCCER:
Fan version of events:  It was a beautiful night to play/watch soccer!  Our crowd -- well, they stood, they chanted, they cheered... WOW.  It was like being at the Sounders!!  And, what a game.  Both teams came out to play.  What a thrilling game! 

COACHES PERSPECTIVE:  Soccer last night. 
It's hard to put into words the sequence of events that went into yesterday's game. The short story, Bothell lost 1-0 to Woodinville in the last minute of the game. The day started however with an unfortunate reminder that life is hard. It was an opportunity to watch a high school team really become a family, as the entire group rallied around one another and focused on each other rather than a soccer game. Our team meeting became a rally to pump each other up. Our locker room became a dance party heard throughout the stadium. A JV player was welcomed with open arms to help us if needed. Our soccer field became a focal point for everyone to see these girls work their tails off for one another. I couldn't be more proud of every single player on this team.
Taylor Bennett had a fantastic night in our backline and is setting the tone in our backline for years to come. Rachel Traxler was physical the entire night in the middle of the field. Devon Lipkin had arguably her best game of the year. Hannah Cecil was all over the field and created what should have been a penalty kick in the last 30 seconds of the game. Bella Gutierrez was unbelievable in goal, and is making a case for the best keeper in the league. Unfortunately the soccer gods weren't with us as Woodinville scored on a tough long distant shot that Bella initially saved, but rebounded onto the goal line as Woodinville ran on to finish. 

The fans were awesome and I hope we get even more support in our last two Northshore games. Taryn Bennett and Bella Gutierrez were players of the game. Onto the next. Proud to be BOSO

TENNIS:

Boys tennis played a great match yesterday. Even though the score was 2-5, the boys fought all day against Woodinville. It was a very close match.

In singles action, Johnny Schuller improved to 7-1 on the year at #1 singles with a 6-0, 6-1 victory. Amil George played a great match at #2 with a 6-7, 6-3, 6-2 victory. Emmanuel Nguyen battled in his match at #3. The score was 3-6, 6-3, 2-6

In doubles action, we lost 2 three-set matches. At #1 dubs, Alex Switzer/Colby Weller lost 3-6, 6-3, 0-6. And the at #2 dubs in a match lasting almost 2 hours, Lucas Fowler/Jasper Kerns lost a heart breaker, 7-6, 5-7, 5-7. 

Shout to my graduating seniors who played their last regular season match. Emmanuel Nguyen, Jasper Kerns and injured reserve Niclas Hill.

Onto Kingco next week. Cougs will send Johnny Schuller in singles and the doubles team of Emmanuel Nguyen/ Amil George in dubs.


OCTOBER 14

Editor note:

  THANKS to Rhone Oldham for a beautiful performance of the National Anthem last night at the start of the VB contest!  Hope to hear more of you as we move into gym/basketball season!  

VOLLEYBALL:

Varsity:  Bothell VB completed the school dominance over the Skyline Spartans last night.  Winning in 3 sets 25-12,25-16,27-25.  Nora Hayd let the charge behind the serving line with 6 aces while her teammates Alyssa Moran, Avarye Monsef, Lauren Culp and Tessa Hoover contributed with 100% serving performances.  Ashley Baron and Tessa Hoover "killed it" by each hitting over .600 for the night.  Jenee Hall contributed with 2 timely blocks to help shut the door on the Spartans.

C Team volleyball swept the Skyline Spartans last night. Not our best performance as we played very slow in the second set while the Spartans took an 8 point lead. However, Lily Whitehead had an answer for them when she got behind the end line and served us back to life, which got them back on track. Great serving night for Josselin Roy serving 92% and Kea Skinner serving 100% which includes 5 aces of her own (individual highest) for the night. 

Josselin Roy racking up the attacks, earning 8 killsKilli Hoke with a strong presence in the middle earning 4 kills and 1 block for the night. 

Skye Sherman leading the team with her serve/receive passing and defense with 2.44 receive passing and 8 digs for the night. 

Wish us luck as we take on a competitive Woodinville squad this Wednesday! 


Weekend update

CROSS COUNTRY:

Yesterday the boys and girls ran the Hole in the Wall Invite which is THE biggest Invite in the state with 128 teams from Washington, California, Oregon, Canada and Idaho. Both teams competed great with most of the team getting PR's!  The girls team finished 16th overall with Kerstin Ly, Monserrat Lopez, Ainsley Herron, Boro Sotonyi and Taylor Zundel scoring. The boys finished 28th and were led by Gage Herriott, Brandon Schenck, Cameron Zundel, Cooper Hayes and Sol Badeaux

This week we have a Wednesday meet vs Newport and North Creek at Kelsey Creek Park in Bellevue.

FOOTBALL:

The Bothell Cougar football team won in dramatic fashion Friday night beating #2 ranked Woodinville 33-29.  

Trailing 29-19 with 2:44 left in the game, the Cougars scored two touchdowns, the last on an 8 yard pass from Andrew Sirmon to Evan Berry to secure the win!  Sirmon completed 15 of 21 passes for 153 yards and a touchdown.  He also scored on a 1 yard TD run.  Christian Galvan may have played the best game of his career, rushing 30 times for 189 yards and two touchdowns!  He also caught two passes for 30 yards.  

The defense was led by inside linebackers Ryan Metz and Colin Fisherkeller, who combined for 18 solo tackles and 5 assists.  Charlie Shulkin kicked two Field Goals.  The offensive line of Luca Vincic, Elijah Vaotogo, Chris Bailey, Trent Suckut and Jack Winsky opened holes and played physical football against a very tough Falcon defense.

Facing Redmond on Friday.

SOCCER:

On Saturday, the varsity soccer team traveled down to Olympia for a non-league game vs. Black Hills High School. Not only was it a great, long day, of team bonding, but we played at one of the nicest high school soccer stadiums I have seen.

The girls were able to focus up and play a great game with solid contributions from every player. 100% effort, playing for each other, supporting one another, being a TEAM, and working to get better every day have been focal points all season. All of these seemed to come together in this game. We had a few injuries and players stepped up when called upon. Players not in the game watched the game with intent and cheered on others on the field. The bus ride home was a mix of a dance party and players asking questions to improve for the next game. It was an awesome 9 hour day to be apart of.

Piper Benson-Gabbard had a solid performance as the post-forward, battling and occupying defenders all night. Hannah Cecil was dangerous in the middle and on the wings, and opened the scoring with a beautiful chip over the keeper off an assist from Ava Hudson. Ellie Butner worked her tail off every second she was on the field. Devon Lipkin scored off a through ball with a hard near post shot. Haley Zirker had her first minutes back in a few weeks and was dangerous and created opportunities for others. Taryn Bennett, Gabi Redey, and Delaney Smith cleaned up chances in the middle of our defense. Kaitlin Baldwin-McCurdy and Bella Gutierrez earned the clean sheet, and both received player of the game in goal as each made great saves, decisions, and distributed the ball well. 2-0 Bothell. 

Next up, Woodinville at home on Tuesday.

JV:  Playing @ non-league Everett Saturday, the BOSO JV team dominated the home team 3-1. Scoring were Avarey Wilson on a corner kick, followed by Meghan Cloninger and Kailey Pantoja goals. Defense played very strong w/ outside play be Katy Branscomb and Maddie Meno. The team dominated play keeping the ball in the offensive half the majority of the game! 

Next up Woodinville @ the POP.

VOLLEYBALL:

The C Team volleyball team spent their Saturday hosting and competing in an all-day tournament. 

They had a great tournament! They were undefeated in pool play beating Mount Lake Terrace (25-9, 25-13) Eastlake (25-7, 25-6) and Jackson (25-19,25-6). During bracket  play they beat a pretty good Roosevelt team (25-21, 25-19) which entered them into the semi-finals against Kentwood yet fell short to the tournament winning team (17-25, 17-25). Bothell being the only team that had 9 players compared to all the tournament teams which carried at least 12 on each of their squads, the ladies just ran out of gas against the hard hitting Kentwood team.

These ladies do a great job preparing for competition and should be able to bounce back while we prepare for two home matches. 

Skyline (Monday/today) and Woodinville (Wednesday).  


OCTOBER 9 RESULTS

Freshman Football:  
The Freshman team beat Skyline last night 66-24
 in a very long game.  The Defense was relentless scoring 3 touchdowns on fumble recoveries for scoop n scores; Peter Cecil had 2 (his third of the year) and Connor Tompkins Delacerda had 1.  The defense also forced 2 other fumbles and had 2 Interceptions by Jack Morse and Bryce Kooy The Cougar Offense had a great night and scored on the ground with Bryce Kooy with 1 TD and Cody Petrin with 2 TDs.  Bryce and Cody did most of the rushing and both rushed over 100 yards each QB Dylan Jones threw 3 nice TD passes; The first to Clint Thomas on a high jump ball in the corner of the end zone;  Lincoln Matson caught a 50 yard TD pass on a deep vertical and Tight End Marcus Davies caught a nice 10 yard TD pass in the back of the end zone Lucas Gerity made 3 PATs and did a great job defensively.  Brenna Loken also made her first 2  PAT field goals of the year.  Rico Clark  got his first catch of the year with a 15 yard reception.  It was a great night for the young Cougars.  They played very physical and supported each other all night.  We might have some tired pups at school today after the bus dropped us off at 10pm. The 4-0 Cougars face an undefeated Woodinville team next week. 

SOCCER:
Varsity soccer took on another talented team in Eastlake. Rumor has it that they have a national team player on their roster. 

The game started fast as both teams were dangerous in each other's half of the field. The 1st half was a battle but neither team was able to score. Kaitlin Baldwin-Mccurdy made a huge save to keep it 0-0. The 2nd half started and the battle continued. Unfortunately, Eastlake found the back of the net twice and Bothell was unable to score despite several good chances late in the game. Hannah Cecil was active all night and got behind Eastlake's back line multiple times. Rachel Traxler had a solid game in the middle of the field. Kaitlin and Bella Gutierrez made key saves in goal. Our backline again fought hard all night with contributions from Maddie Barker, Gabi Redey, Delaney Smith, Taryn Bennett, and Ava HudsonAva won player of the game again as she was tested all night long. She consistently ran her players down, won tackles, and distributed the ball well. We are playing our best soccer of the season as we head into the Northshore games.  COME WATCH US -- OCT 15 VS WHS AT POP K!!

TENNIS:
Boys tennis lost 3-4 to MTSI. Boys fought all day. Johnny Schuller, Amil George, and Emmanuel Nguyen all won in 3 sets in singles

VOLLEYBALL:
Tough night on the court against North Creek  for the girls last night.  Jenna Legault led the team with 3 blocks and 6 kills. Nora Hayd serve received a season high 2.13  and added 8 kills. We served at our usual 95% clip but struggled to dig a ball.  Cougars bounce so we will be back at it next week.  Live to play another day!!

The JV Volleyball Team got back on the winning track last night with a clean sweep over North Creek. The first set was rough at times, as the girls tried to control their adrenaline while playing against their cross-town rivals. Great serving runs by Amalie Onener, Jordan Hayden & Elise Yuhan helped keep the pressure on North Creek. They combined for 14 of the team’s 23 aces. Elise and Amalie also played great at the net. Along with Eva Winter, they each earned 6 kills on the night. Sienna Bell also had a great hitting night, chipping in 3 kills. Solid passing from the team all night: Lola Duvey, Maleah Andrews, Alaina Lemley and Leanna Sayavong all passed well. 

Ready for the weekend and waiting for our 2 home matches next week!


OCTOBER 8

SLOWPITCH:
Bothell slow-pitch softball team split a double header last night against Lake Washington losing the first game 10-6 and winning the rain soaked night cap 9-6. 
 Our big inning in the first game was the 5th, where Bothell scored 4 runs.  We had many great defensive plays lead by Ellie Prindle, Cyndel Osborn, and Bella Branscomb.
In the second game, our bats exploded with a 4 run 3rd, and a 3 run 4th inning.  Big RBI hits were made by Akemi Ozoa, Baylee Mittendorf, Grace Tanferani, and Zoe Brown.   Our next games are tomorrow at Redmond High School.

SWIM:
The girls swim and dive team had another great meet against North Creek! Katy Kamikawa and Ayzlyn Moriarty both set new best times in the 100 Freestyle and 200 freestyle. Haley Kamikawa smashed her best time in the 200 IM by three seconds and just out touched 2nd place by .05!!! Diya Kumar smashed her best time in the 100 breaststroke and dropped five seconds. The girls really pushed themselves out of their comfort zones today and raced hard.


OCTOBER 7

GOLF:
Bothell Golf hosted North Creek at Mill Creek Country Club yesterday afternoon and honored the Seniors. All 4 of the seniors responded! Jeremiah Wadsworth, Cody Winkelman, and Derek Rodriguez had their best match scores of the year! Evan Deforest had the lowest Bothell score of the day contributing to BHS's lowest match score at Mill Creek by 10 strokes! North Creek 213, Bothell 235. Evan finished a solid year with many great shots and sank some key putts. 

Cody Winkelman's putter was on FIRE! He drained a 40+ foot putt for birdie on #2 and finished the round with a 30+ foot putt on 9. I have never witnessed anyone sinking two ridiculously long putts in the same round! Nice work Cody!

Next stop is Districts- Anthony Sendejas, Evan Deforest, Parker Haney, Cody Winkelman, Connor Kim, and Derek Rodriguez will be representing Bothell as the top 6 on the team this year.  Good luck boys!

VOLLEYBALL:  What a night of vball!!

VARSITY:  set match at Mt Si.  Girls competed relentlessly but could not come up with the  big W.  (31-33,25-23,14-25,25-21,14-16).  Lots of mini-wins within the game. Served 95% with Avarye Monsef, Bebe Anitei, Luaren Culp and Nora Hayd all serving 100% and 16 team aces!  Team combined for 46 kills and 7 blocks but struggled passing and digging with consistency.  Great fight ladies.  We didn't get in until 10 pm so going to be some tired girls.  Give them some love!!

JV:  team traveled to Mount Si and lost a tough match 1-2. Just did not have their A-game on a Monday night match, far from home. Dyllan Graff had a great night, coming off a concussion. Solid passing, great hits and 3 aces.  Lola Duvey made some tough served and played great defense in the back row. Next up, at our cross town rival, North Creek on Wednesday.

C Team Volleyball team did a great job last night against Mt. Si. Started strong the first set, let them in a little bit in the second set and finished strong and pulled the win with set scores of 25-16, 24-26 and 25-10. 

They exceeded their team serving goal and achieved 90.5% avg, recording their best serving match thus far. Josselin Roy standing out with 11 aces. Skye Sherman (libero/defensive specialist) leading her team in defense (8 digs) and serve receive (2.0 avg) for the night. Roy tough on defense as well recording 12 digs for the match. Kea Skinner serving 95% and earning 15 assists.


OCTOBER 4

CROSS COUNTRY:
Yesterday the boys and girls ran the Curtis Invite which is one of the most competitive invites in the state. Both teams competed great with most of the team getting PR's!  The girls team finished 3rd overall lead by Kerstin Ly, Ainsley Herron and Monserrat Lopez. Kerstin set a school record with her time of 18:24. The boys were lead by Brandon Schenck, Cameron Zundel and Cooper Hayes who all had PR's. 

This week we have a Wednesday meet at Mt Si and a Saturday invite. The Saturday invite is at Lakewood HS in Arlington. This is THE biggest meet in the state with 128 teams participating.

FB 
Win over Skyline 41 - 7.  Thanks to the fans who made it out.  

Defense was led by Ryan Metz -- outstanding job!  Luke Olsen scored two fourth quarter touchdowns.


OCTOBER 3

SWIM:
WOW! The girls swim and dive team had a great meet last night against Redmond! Many of the girls walked away from the meet with new best times. Sadie McKinnon, Ayesha Andini, Kayla Frost, Audrey Busch and Kallen Lunde, all dropped time in the 50 freestyle. Diya Kumar swam two best times in both the 100 and 200 freestyle. Haley Kamikawa hit her first District Qualifying time of the season in the 100 breaststroke with a 1:17.11. Sarah Holmes crushed her 500 freestyle by dropping 20 seconds from her best time! Overall a great meet with lots of smiles all around!


OCT 2:

FOOTBALL:

The Freshman team finished the clean sweep of North Creek last night with a 20-0 Victory.   The Cougar defense was solid last night and created 4 turnovers. The Defense started off the scoring with Peter Cecil sacking the QB- stripping the ball away and carried into the end zone for a Cougars first Touchdown.  North Creek struggled all night on offense and was forced to punt several times.  The defense was challenged late in the 3rd quarter when Bothell fumbled a punt return inside our own 10 yard line.  The defense didn’t give up much ground and rejected North Creek a great opportunity to get back into the game.  The Defensive backs defended several passes last night and made some great open field tackles; lead by Huber Thang, Cody Petrin, Clint Thomas and Lincoln Matson.  The Linebackers Bryce Kooy and Peter Cecil  had a great night leading the team in tackles.  The Defensive line did a great job of keeping pressure on the QB and stuffing the run lanes; Connor Tompkins-Delacada, Rudy Podany, Andrew Montalvo and Reed Morgan.   The Cougar Offense was able to move the ball all night and scored on our second possession with a short pass to Clint Thomas who broke a few hundred tackles for a 40 yard TD.  Dylan Jones threw 2 TD passes last night with the second one connecting to Lincoln Matson on a deep ball for a 50 yard TD.  Bryce Kooy rushed for over 100 yards and worked for hard for every inch to keep the offense moving. The Freshman team is now 3-0!

VB:

Varsity VB loses a tough battle against a solid Issaquah team.  

Despite a 96.4%  serving night and statistically a great serve receive night Lady Cougs could not hold on to the lead.  25-22,22-25,17-25,19-25. Outstanding defensive efforts gave way to some amazing rallies.  Avarye Monsef and Nora Hayd had 4 aces each on the night.  Jenna Legault hit at a clip of .263 for the night with 15 kills and Bebe Anitei, Tessa Hoover combined for  9 kills from  the middle. Jenna Milner, Jenna Legault, Lauren Culp and Nora Hayd had over 10 digs a piece.  The girls competed with passion -- they sure are fun to watch!  Hope you can join us in the gym soon! Next home match Monday Oct 14th.

C  Team squad fought hard against a tough Issaquah team last night. Hung in there and took a lead in the first two sets but fell short to the Eagles with scores of 23-25, 23-25 and 16-25.The team had their best serving match for the season thus far by reaching an 87.3% average and 17 aces total. Kea Skinner serving 95% with 7 AcesSkinner also led her team by distributing the ball and earning 15 assists (sets for kills) for the night. Skye Sherman had a great night reaching a 1.83 serve/receive average and 11 digs! Alana Baron working hard for her team as well bringing in 6 kills for the night. They fought a good fight, but did not hang their heads low last night after swallowing their first match-loss for the season. The girls continue to stay optimistic, using this loss as a learning opportunity to rise up and better prepare themselves for their matches next week against Mt. Si (Monday) and North Creek (Wednesday).


OCTOBER 1

GOLF:
What a beautiful afternoon at Inglewood Golf Course. Evan Deforest started off the match with a birdie on the first hole!  And the birdies weren't done singing on the course as Parker Haney dropped in another one on the 7th hole. Anthony Sendejas had a great round with 6 pars and 3 bogeys and finished the match with the best round of the day! 

We were hoping the match would be close. Cody Winkelman, BHS #2 yesterday, looked down his putt on the last hole and let it fly from 30+ feet.........dink. Hit the flag stick and it dropped in for a par. Things looked promising. Parker Haney later came in with a 44 and his best score of the year. At that point, we had 4 solid scores and needed one more to be close. In comes freshman sensation, Connor Kim, who played the last hole with confidence, which was a good sign. If he comes in with a sub 50 round, we have a chance..... it's a 49! Bothell wins its first match of the year 229-231 vs Inglemoor.  Cole Herrick also shoots his best round of the year contributing to the best score by the BHS golf team this year. Nice work boys! And great timing for the win!


SLOWPITCH:
Bothell won two games last night against Eastlake by forfeit.  Eastlake  borrowed three players from us and we played two fun games.  Everyone played and enjoyed the competition.  Olivia Lassiter was 5 for 6 and Akemi Ozoa was 4 for 5. 

SOCCER:
V: We faced a very good Skyline team in front of a large, emotional crowd. We did not come away with a victory but we battled the entire night until the final whistle. The game was 1-0 at halftime and Skyline dominated the play creating 10 corner kicks. Walking out down 1-0 felt like a relief and we responded well to the onslaught. The 2nd half saw us defend better and limit Skyline's dangerous attempts. We were also able to create more movement forward in the 2nd half. The game  ended 3-0 in favor of Skyline, but the last goal came in the last 20 seconds. 

Ava Hudson, Gabi Redi, Taryn Bennett, Maddie Barker, and Delaney Smith had an incredible night as a defensive unit. They were able to manage Skyline's attack all night. Bella Gutierrez had another great night in goal making several huge saves. Lilla Tillo and Ellie Butner did a great job limiting Skyline's best player and arguably one of the better players in the league. Ava Hudson won player of the match with her defensive effort all night. 

A lot needs to be said about the girls for playing in an emotional game as  Skyline is facing some hard times as a school right now. Both teams played with a lot of heart and all need to be recognized for the effort put out tonight.

JV: JV Girls Soccer: Playing their best match of the season, the Cougs went into the 2nd half in a 0-0 tie. The Spartans got a goal on a breakaway and another to seal the win @ 2-0. Bothell was outstanding as the defensive tandem of Avarey Wilson and Kailey Gumpke shut down the midfield. Salyna Woods was a ninja in goal. Alysa Coyne narrowly missed a game changer goal on an early 2nd half break away.

TENNIS:
Boys tennis lost to a very tough Newport team yesterday. Lots of good tennis. Amil George playing #2 singles lost a great match 4-6, 6-3, 1-10. Amil played excellent tennis.
Johnny Schuller continued his dominant tennis winning 7-6, 6-4


SEPT 30

FOOTBALL:
The JV Football Cougars went to the neighbors house to play a football game.   

The first half was a tough battle, the score showed 6-6 at half time.  Our defense tightened up with some adjustments at halftime and the kids executed well!   

Charlson Muyonga played hard and had a crucial sack. Mercer Nafe was on fire with tackles.  The Purple team tried to attack through the air, only to be met with several intercepted passes. Brady Branscome picked off one, Cameron Frane had another. 

On offense we were lead by our offensive line. Ty Olcese, Jamie Manrique, Adam Smith, Jack Kistler, Auden James, Parker James, Anya McIntyre, Noah Ochoa, Sawyer Whitson, Isaac Araki, Mathew Courier -- well done!  They moved the line of scrimmage and opened holes all game long.  North Creek couldn't stop our run game. Luke Olsen was a punishing ball carrier, scoring a touchdown along the way. Edwin Zamora scored a touchdown as well, the first in his life I believe! Dylan Winkleman scored as well, and ran for tough yardage throughout the game.

We threw the ball a little bit too.  Miles Anderson connected with Jimmy Tucker on a couple of deep balls for big first downs. Late in the game, faced with a 4th down to run out the clock, Isaac Tran threw one up to Cameron Frane who made a great one handed catch in the end zone to seal the victory. Charlie Shulkin kicked well all night, put the ball threw the uprights for the final PAT.    The Blue Train prevails 28-14!

GOLF:
The Boys Golf team took a decent Issaquah team yesterday at Mill Creek Country Club falling short 221 to 254. Parker Haney lead the team with a 45 and scored some Kingco points for the first time in his career.

A few memorable shots:  Cole Herrick (20 feet) and Jeremiah Wadsworth (10 feet) holed out their putts on the 8th hole which was exciting to watch. Stryder Morrison and Sam Winkelman hit great approach shots on the last hole. Sam's par putt came to rest on the edge of the cup whereas Stryder drained his putt for a par and a great finish.

Bothell takes on Inglemoor today at Inglewood Country Club. This will be our closest match of the year and hopefully we come out on top!

VOLLEYBALL:  

Varsity came from behind to beat a scrappy Ballard team! 


The JV Volleyball Team traveled to Ballard for a non-conference match. The team played well, even with girls playing multiple positions. It was a breakout night for Dyllan Graff who ended with 9 kills and 1 ace. Josie Milner kept pace with 6 kills and 2 aces. Maleah Andrews and Jordan Hayden were steady all night, even while playing new positions. Alaina Lemley was on fire from the line last night, ending with 2 aces on 100% serving. She also had 1 kill. 

The C-Team Volleyball squad took care of business on the road against the Ballard Beavers. Winning in 3 sets 25-11, 25-16 and 15-8. 

Team defense was strong as the team combined 50 digs for the night. Game leaders were Aileen Taing (12 digs)Alana Baron (11 digs), Skye Sherman (8 digs) and Victoria Bresee pulling through with 1 big block for the night! Keeping consistent, strong and smart at the net and leading the team in kills were Kili Hoke (8 kills) and Alana Baron (6 kills). Behind the end line serving tough as the opponents had no answer to Lily Whitehead (6 aces and 84.2% avg), and Kili Hoke (4 aces with 81.8% avg). Kea Skinner (setter) doing a great job running the team, across the board with her consistency and great leadership qualities. She attained 100% serving, 15 assists and 7 digs of her own. 


WEEKEND SEPT 28

FOOTBALL:
Editor's note:  Well, Friday's Varsity FB game got off to a late start (not slow but late!) due to Mother Nature.   In spite of the thunder, lightening and rain the Cougars came to play (as did the choir and band!).  Fun night.  If you missed it, you wish you had been there....the stands were dry and the action on the field was intense.  There was passing, running, hitting and scoring..by a whole cast of Cougars!  Well done!  Final score 42 - 7.

SOCCER:
JV: The Cougs travelled to Cedarcrest, taking on the Red Wolves in an early morning match. After giving up two goals, the Cougs roared back tying the match @ halftime. Scoring were Amelia Mc Neil in the box and Zobe Murray on a 20 yard free kick.   Despite a furious finish, the Cougs ended up short 4-2. Meghna Cloninger was outstanding w/ her distribution. Maddie Meno, Ellie Krieger, and Katy Branscomb stopped the Cedarcrest attack time and again, Next up @ Skyline Tuesday.

TENNIS:
Boys tennis played well on Friday. Though the score was 2-5 against Skyline the team did some good things. Great effort and strategy were evident all day. Many of our boys are seeing first hand just how competitive Kingco 4A tennis is. It is a good learning experience.

Our most competitive matches were in singles. Johnny Schuller played one of the top players in the league and played a great match. He won 6-1, 6-3 at #1 singles. Amil George played one of his best matches of the year at #4 singles. He won 6-3, 6-3 against a very tough player.  


SEPT 26


SLOW PITCH:
Yesterday, Bothell slow pitch played a very talented team, Chief Sealth.  In the first game of the double header we had big hits by Ryann Osborne, Akemi Ozoa, Ava Hauff, and Baylee Mittendorf.  Olivia Lassiter had another stellar start on the mound.  The game ended by the “drop dead” rule an 8-8 tie with Bothell at bat and the winning run on 3rd base. 

 

In the second game, we entered the last inning in a 2-2 tie.  We sent 13 players to the plate and scored 10 runs to end the game 12-2.  Everyone contributed with multiple hits and great defense.  Bothell tuned 3 double plays on the day. 

Ellie Prindle, Olivia Lassiter, and Baylee Mittendorf each had doubles in this game.   Bella Branscomb was excellent on the mound to pick up the win. 

We play our next double header Tuesday at  Eastlake.


Sept 25 recap

FOOTBALL 
Freshman Football
:  The Freshman team played their first home game last night and beat O’dea 32-9.  Bryce Kooy rushed for over 150 yards with 3 TD’s.  Dylan Jones completed several passes to a variety of different receivers: Ben Massberg, Marcus Davies, Cody Petrin, Clint Thomas, Hubert Thang and Bryce Kooy.  The Offensive line worked hard all night and opened up holes for our running backs; Connor Thompkins-Delcarda, Rudy Podany, Rex Radvick, Reed Morgan and Andrew Montalvo.  The Defense was solid all night and Cody Petrin led the team with 2 INT’s and several tackles.  The Defensive line was led  by Connor and Rudy who dominated up front with several tackles in the back field.   Bryce Kooy and Peter Cecil played great leading the defense in total tackles.  The coaching staff was really proud of the way the Freshman team played last night.  They played hard every play and supported one another all night.  This was a great team win!  The Freshman team is now 2-0. 

GOLF
What a day at Echo Falls! There were memorable shots out there vs a solid Woodinville team. Freshman sensation, Connor Kim, sticks an approach shot to 3 feet on the second hole! Parker Haney drained a 20 foot birdie putt on the 5th hole! Cody Winkelman hits in from off the green for an amazing par on the 3rd hole. And the most unbelievable shot witnessed by both teams and parent on the last hole? Derek Rodriguez, after doing some golf ninja moves, drains a 35 foot putt for a great finish!

SOCCER
Varsity soccer took on Newport in a league game and came out on top. The scoring started early as Ella Stroup had a great finish far post. Lilla Tillo worked hard down the right sideline and played a great ball far post into the 18. Ella took a touch and found the side netting. Two minutes later, Devon Lipkin found the back of the net on a thru ball. Unfortunately, Newport scored 3 minutes later to make it 2-1. The scoreline would hold the next 70 minutes but we had many chances to put the game out of reach. Ava Hudson and Taryn Bennett had outstanding games in the backline. Rachel Traxler did well in the middle of the field. Bella Guttierrez made several huge saves in the 2nd half to hold the lead and earned player of the game.

JV -- Playing tough Newport who scored the first goal the Cougars roared back with a goal by Kailey Pantoja with the result a tie against the Knights.    Lillie Adkinson was amazing as goalie!  Meghan Cloninger worked hard despite getting battered by the Knights.  Player of the match was Maddie Meno.
 

VOLLEYBALL
Bothell cleaned house in Newport HS gym last night. Varsity , JV and C team all brought home the W.  

Varsity put together a solid performance 25-11, 27-25, 25-11.  Ashley Baron had a great night on the  court with 10 kills and Jenna Legault dropped 12.  Nora Hayd led the attack behind the serving line with 9 aces and no errors and Jenna Milner had 4 aces with not errors. The serve receive crew of Lauren Culp, Nadia Rios, Nora Hayd and Jenna Legault started our offense with consistent serve receive passes all night while the small but mighty Jenna Milner had some  MONSTER digs for the night refusing to allow the ball to touch the floor under her watch.  
North Seattle folk..come watch us play Ballard next Monday!  Bothell vs Urrutia!!

The JV Volleyball Team faced another great opponent for the second night in a row. Though a little tired from their travel schedule this week, they didn’t back down, even when faced with another must win third set. It would have been easy to throw in the towel after suffering a 16-25 loss in the second set, but the team, as always, played calm, cool, and collected - jumping out to a 20-11 lead in the third set! Though Newport fought back, the Cougars finished them off to remain undefeated! 
Eva Winter continues to fire on all cylinders earning 3 aces and 11 kills. Amalie Onener battled through some sickness and still dominated the net. Josie Milner and Lola Duvey passed great all night. Jordan Hayden set well and played great defense, collecting a team high 14 digs. The team will enjoy a break in their schedule, until a non-conference match with Ballard on Monday. 

Last night the C-Team Volleyball team pulled a 3 set sweep last night over the Newport Knights. 25-9, 25-15, and 25-6. 
Our high set scores are the product of the 27 service aces that the team combined for the night. Josselin Roy with 8, Kili Hoke 7 and Lily Whitehead 6. 

Kili Hoke leading the attack stats with 7 kills. Kea Skinner (setter) doing a great job of leading the team and distributing the ball with 10 assists and 6 digs. Helping her team lead in defensive digs were Josselin Roy (8), Skye Sherman (7) and Aileen Taing (6). 


SEPT 24 RECAP

GOLF
Bothell golf put on a good show at Mill Creek yesterday afternoon. We were able to out hit the Redmond Mustangs by 41 strokes! Nice work boys.   Wait. This isn't a sport where more is better. Dang it.

Evan Deforest lead the Cougars with a 41 and Freshman Ryan McGrew had a personal best 59!  

SLOW PITCH
Bothell slow pitch softball team broke out the bats last night with a double header sweep of Cleveland winning the first game 16-1 and the second game 23-6. Bella Branscomb got the win in the first game and Olivia Lassiter received credit for the second win. Baylee Mittendorf lead the team in RBI’s with 10. Olivia Lassiter, Akemi Ozoa, Baylee Mittendorf, and Grace Tamferani all scored 6 or more runs on the day.

We play our next double header Thursday at home against Chief Sealth.

SWIM/DIVE
Girls swim and dive competed in their third meet at Juanita in just a span of a week! Many girls ventured out and tried new events, like Anna Erickson in 100 fly and Sarah Holmes in the 100 breaststroke. Both of them gave it their all through the entire race! Haley Kamikawa qualified for KingCo's in the 100 freestyle, making that her fourth KingCo qualifying standard! 

The Bothell divers are doing an amazing job showing their talent on the diving board. Salima Mayanja was first place with a high score of 205 points. Maggie Dempsey was 3rd with 153.00 and Cora Taylor was 4th 148.9 .
Swim and Dive will return to Juanita Pool next Thursday, 10/3.

TENNIS
Boys tennis lost 6-1 to a very good Issaquah team yesterday. The team fought hard for each point and gave great effort.

Emmanuel Nguyen won the only match of the day with a 7-6 (2), 7-5.   Big shout out to Amil George at #4 singles. He played a great match and never gave up. Final score was, 3-6, 6-4, 5-10.

VOLLEYBALL
Varsity: Despite a 96% serving night our Varsity Volleyball team could not overcome the relentless defense of Bellevue HS. Too many hitting errors resulted in a loss 22-25, 12-25,25-22,13-25.

Avarye Monsef, Jenna LeGault, Lauren Culp and Nora Hayd all served 100% of the night.  Legualt and Hayd combined again for 25 kills.  

WE are back on the court tonight for a league match against Newport.  Go Cougs!

JV Volleyball team traveled to Bellevue and experienced a must-win situation for the first time this season. In a back and forth match, the Lady Cougars pulled it out with a 2-1 victory. In the third set, the girls flexed their muscles, while pulling ahead 10-4. Good teams never backed down and Bellevue clawed their way back to 15-12. Showing no signs of fear, the JV Volleyballers finished them off 25-19. 5 girls earned 100% serving for the match: Elise Yuhan, Eva Winter, Leanna Sayavong, Maleah Andrews, Lola Duvey, Dyllan Graff, and Sienna Bell, who finished them off with her match-point serve. Amalie “I own the net” Onener banged away with 7 kills and no errors last night. She also had 5 blocks on the night! Eva Winter and Josie Milner chipped in 9 & 7 kills respectively. No rest, as we travel to Newport for a conference match. 


Sept 23 game results

SOCCER:
VARSITY:  Soccer took on Juanita last night in another non-league game. We put ourselves in a tough spot by giving up 2 goals early in the 1st half off of missed marks. Once we locked in we dominated the run of play. 

Haley Zirker earned us our 2nd penalty kick in as many games; unfortunately we couldn't convert. Hannah Cecil found herself on a breakaway after a great thru-ball by Devon Lipkin. Hannah's shot smacked off the crossbar, though. 

The 2nd half we found our groove but couldn't get in front of goal. Devon Likpin finally got a shot off after some great ball movement, and she chipped the keeper to make it 2-1. We couldn't find another though and lost 2-1. Taryn Bennett was outstanding at center back. She won tackles all night and made great decisions to keep Juanita away from goal and earned player of the game.

JV : Girls gave up an early goal but Kailey Patoja scored to tie things up. Juanita got another goal late and survived a furious effort by the Cougars to pull out the win. Sophia Hill was the player of the match w/ Emma LaChance the game changer of the match. 

SLOWPITCH:
Bothell Slow pitch softball team lost a double header yesterday against a very strong Woodinville team by scores of 15-2, and 12-9.  The second game was back and forth, with Bothell leading late in the game.  Big hitters were Olivia Lassiter, Grace Tanferani, Baylee Mittendorf, and a grand slam hit by Akemi Ozoa.

We play another double header today at home against Cleavland.


RECAP FROM WEEKEND Sept 22

CROSS COUNTRY:
We had a fun week with our first home meet this past Wednesday then our first Invite in Wenatchee on Saturday! The weather was amazing and the kids ran their hearts out. This Wednesday we have another home meet at St Edwards state park with the boys race going off at 4:00 pm and the girls at 4:45 pm.  It's our last home meet so afterwards will be our Senior night where we honor our Senior athletes at 5:30 pm. 

SOCCER:
Varsity took on Meadowdale Saturday and came out with our first Win on the season! 

In front of a large crowd the girls got to work in the first half. Lilla Tillo threw the ball in and Piper Benson-Gabbard flicked a ball on past the keeper towards the far post. It was hard to tell if the ball was going in the goal or not, and Ella Stroup made sure it found the back of the net at the last second.  1-0 at half time. 

The 2nd half saw Haley Zirker earn a penalty kick which she smashed home in her first game back from injury. As it was a non-league game, we brought 4 players up from JV and they all saw playing time. Not to be outdone, Kailey Pantoja found herself on a breakaway down the left side and put a ball far post past the keeper. Final score 3-0! Isabella Gutierrez and Kaitlin Baldwin-McCurdy each earned the clean sheet in goal. Kiara Headlee had an outstanding game and earned herself player of the match.

SWIM/DIVE:
Girls swim and dive competed in their second meet on Saturday against Woodinville. We had many great swims with girls improving time and trying new events. A couple of highlights from the meet were Haley Kamikawa qualifying for KingCo's in the 50 freestyle, our 200 Free Relay (Sophie Herron, Katy Kamikawa, Ayzlyn Moriarty and Haley Kamikawa) swam a best time and almost came back from behind to win! 

Swim and Dive will return to Juanita Pool Tuesday 9/24 at 3:00 to host the first home meet of the season!

TENNIS:
1) Boys tennis lost 2-5 in a very competitive match against Redmond.
Johnny Schuller improved to 4-0 with a 7-5, 6-1 victory at # 1 singles. And Freshmen Amil George was dominate in his first victory of the season with a 6-1, 6-0 win at #4 singles. No rest for the weary as we travel to Sammamish on Friday. 

2) Boys Tennis lost a tough hard match to Sammamish on Friday 5-2. This match was a marathon with the last ball hit at 7:10 pm.   

The team fought all day. Very proud of their effort. Here are the stats:   
In singles action, Amil George won 6-1, 6-0 at #4 singles, Emmanuel Nguyen lost 4-6, 6-1, 6-7(8) at #3 singles. Johnny Sculler lost to the runner -up state champion in 2A singles last year in an outstanding match. The score was 4-6, 6-4, 5-7.

In Doubles action, Alex Switzer/Colby Weller played their best match of the year winning 6-2, 6-3 at #2 doubles. In #1 doubles, Niclas Hill and Lucas Fowler played two great sets and struggled in their 3rd set. The score was 3-6, 6-3, 0-6. And the team Jasper Kerns/ Henry Haight played their best match to date in a  thrilling 4-6, 6-3, 2-6 

VOLLEYBALL:

The JV Volleyball Team’s streak was tested last night against a good team from Meadowdale. Down 11-16 in the first set, the Cougars played hard, tied the set at 23-23, then pulled away with a 25-23 victory. The next 2 sets came fairly easily, as the team started to fire on all cylinders, ending with the 3-0 win! Jorden Hayden continues to strike fear behind the line, as she served up 7 aces and had an instrumental run in the first set. Dyllan Graff, Leanna Sayavong and Lola Duvey also had a great serving night with 100% serves and 5 combined aces. Josie Milner was on fire at the net, earning 8 kills. Helping us withstand a barrage of tough serves from Meadowdale with some great passing was Dyllan Graff, Eva Winter and Leanna Sayavong. Finally, our setters - Jordan Hayden and Maleah Andrews continue to distribute the ball well, making it easy for our hitters go to work. We will rest up this weekend, then hit the road next week to Bellevue and Newport. 

The C-Team keeping the new gym clean with another sweep this week against the Meadowdale Mavericks. 25-16, 25-15 and 25-10. 

Team highlights: We had a good serve/receive passing match with a team average of 1.68 and served a tough 86.5% average for the night. 

Serving Standouts go to : Sky Sherman and Aileen Taing serving 100% for the night. Josselin Roy served a tough 89% leading the team with 8 aces for the match. Offensive Leaders  Alana Baron and Athena Biondi contributed 4 kills each. Biondi getting strong with 1 block for the team. Lady Cougs also worked hard on serve/receive; team leaders Josselin Roy with a 2.17 passing average and Skye Sherman passing a 2.0. Sherman also led the team defense with 16 digs and Skinner contributing 13 digs for the night! 

Thanks for all your support Bothell! Heading on the road next week to Bellevue! 

SEPT 18 RECAP
GOLF:
Bothell Boy's Golf put up a respectable 249 at beautiful and challenging Newcastle, but lost to Newport's 205. Anthony Sendejas and Evan Deforest paced the Cougars finishing 1-2 on our team. Parker Haney, Cody Winkelman and Connor Kim rounded out our top 5 finishers.
Derek Rodriguez finished with a personal best yesterday-  Nice work Derek!
Bothell has three matches next week vs Redmond, Woodinville, and Mount Si.

SLOWPITCH:
Bothell's slow pitch softball team competed yesterday in it's first competition yesterday (a Jamboree) against Redmond and Eastlake.  We has a lot of fun winning both games by a combined score of 19-3.  Many players had big hits including Grace Tanferani, Baylee Mittendorg, Olivia Lassiter, and Zoe Brown.  But the best play of the day belonged to and outstanding catch by Gracie Atkinson.
Next game a double header at Bothell on Monday.


TENNIS:
The Boys team lost 1-6 to Eastlake. Though the team score does not show this was much closer of a match. The boys played against a great team and played great.  In singles action:
Johnny Schuller remained unbeaten at #1 singles with a 6-3, 6-0 win. At #3 singles Emmanuel Nguyen played a great match. Battled all day. He eventually lost 6-4, 4-6, 4-6.  And at #4 singles Freshman Amil George tried to play through leg cramps but just could not overcome them. He fought to the end. The score was 6-7, 6-2, 6-5 injury default.
In doubles action best match of the day was by our #1 doubles. After losing 1-6 in the first set, they battled back and played a tough second set 4-6. 

VB:
VARSITY: Bothell VB wins league opener vs Inglemoor.
With a slow, shaky start to the match, the Varsity Cougars found their rhythm and dominated sets 2 and 3 to win 25-23, 25-12, 25-12. Outside hitters Jenna Legault and Nora Hayd combined for 25 kills --
(one set worth of points).  Lauren Culp’s vocals and stellar serve receive (2.67 out of 3) helped lift the energy and execution.  Tessa Hoover had a great night behind the serving line (93% with 2 aces).  Great energy and competitive volleyball makes for a good night on the court.  
Thanks for all that came to eat donuts and support the team!  Fans are great!   Back at it tonight as we face Meadowdale at home at..5:15 and 7!

JV: Last night the JV Volleyball Team continued their winning streak by defeating Inglemoor 3-0. Not only are they undefeated at 8-0, they haven’t even dropped a set yet!
While the team was down from their normal serving efficiency, Dyllan Graff & Leanna Sayavong both had a 100% serving night. Josie Milner & Eva Winter combined for 15 kills, while Sienna Bell chipped in another 4. Our serve receive game was also off a little, but Alaina Lemley, Eva Winter and Leanna Sayavong stepped up and made consistent passes throughout the night.
Next up, Meadowdale at home tonight. 

C TEAM:  Another sweep for Bothell Volleyball's C-Team against Inglemoor last night! 
A decent serving night for C-Team. They served aggressively and reached an 84.3%  team average for the night. Kea Skinner with an outstanding night, leading the team with serves. Skinner served 100% for the night and out of her 30 total serves 14 of them were aces! Lily Whitehead contributing 12 aces of her own!
Offensive team leader, Alana Baron with 4 kills for the night. Defensive team leaders Josselin Roy dug up 13 and Skinner 11. 


SEPT 17:
SOCCER:
VARSITY: Bothell varsity lost a tough one to Redmond. The girls battled hard and for the first time battled for 80 minutes. Everyone contributed and they did so despite poor weather and a lightning delay.
Hannah Cecil was dangerous throughout the night creating chances for herself and others. Kaitlin Benson-McCurdy and Isabella Gutierrez were both great in goal. 
Proud of the entire team as we just finished playing 4 games in 7 days against 4 very tough teams.

JV:   Deadlocked 0-0 @ half, Redmond scored twice in the 2nd half to snatch a victory against the Cougars. Salyna Woods was outstanding in goal.  Meghan Cloninger and Amelia McNeil were stellar on offense. Zobe Murray, Carissa Fieldson and Sophia Hill stopped the Mustangs time and again on d. Kaitlyn Miller and Emma Lachance teamed up for a near goal scoring chance to end the half.

SWIM:
Girls swim and dive team kicked off the season with some best times against Inglemoor last evening at Juanita Pool! 
Haley Kamikawa had some great swims, qualifying for Kingco in both the 200 IM and 100 Breaststroke. Azylyn Moriarty, who was following close behind Haley, also qualified for Kingco in the 100 Breaststroke!

DIVING:
The divers started out the season with a 123 punch! 
Salima Mayanja finished 1st place with a score of 202.10 Salima did some very hard dives and hit them all. 
Cora Taylor 2nd place with a 148.20 This is Cora’s first year of diving and all ready is showing her Gymnastic skills on the diving board. 
Maggie Dempsey 3rd place146.80 is doing a great job and cleaning up some amazing dives that she learned last year and will be one to watch as the season goes on. 
Great job swim and dive! Our next meet is this Friday at Juanita. Starts at 3:30, Divers only competition! 


SEPT 16  -- 

FOOTBALL:  JV -  The Crusaders from the Eastside came to BHS and met a hungry pride of Cougars.

The defense started the attack, we had great play from several kids. Ethan Fadlovic knocked down a pass, Henry Fackrell took away a pass as well. Charlson Muyongo sacked the Crusader QB late in the game! The LB play of Josiah Cantrell, Dylan Winkleman and Johnny O'Brien.
The offense was led by QB.  KJ Macomber had multiple receptions, Jimmy Tucker and Dylan Winkleman caught a TD pass from Tran as well.
The running game dominated all night. The O-line made it happen with Jaime Manrique, Anya Mcintyre, Auden James, Parker James, Jack Kistler leading the way.
Dylan Winkleman and Edwin Zamorano led many of the running plays from the fullback position, Mercer Nafe, Dylan Jaques and Luke Olsen likely totaled 300+ yards on the ground.
The best part of the game was the entire team coming together, pulling for each other, playing with great effort for one another. We played Bothell football last night, the future looks bright!
Cougars with the win! 41-20 over Eastside Catholic.

GOLF:
Boy's Golf competed against formidable Skyline at Mill Creek Country Club yesterday and succumbed to a 195-245 loss.
 Evan DeForest posted our best score with a 45, while freshman Connor Kim came in with a fantastic personal best of 46! 
We take on Newport HS at Newcastle tomorrow. Good luck, Cougs!


Weekend recap Sept 14:

SOCCER:
Amelia McNeil scored on a corner kick play to take the lead against Issaquah. The eagles scored three times to take the win 3-1. Kailey Gumpke play beast defense, Meghan Cloninger was distributed like a pro. Salyna Woods was outstanding in goal. The girls were very excited to play Issaquah this close w/ many scoring opportunities to win.

TENNIS:
Bothell defeated Mt. Lake Terrace 6-1 on Friday. Team battled all day.
Johnny Schuller, Emmanuel Nguyen and Jun Bruttomesso all won 6-0, 6-1. Niclas Hill won 7-5 in the 3set at #4 singles

In doubles action
Alex Switzer and Colby Weller won 10-4 in a tough third set at #2 doubles and Soren Rowles/Henry Haight won 7-5 in the third set

VOLLEYBALL:
The JV Volleyball Team defended their home turf over the weekend, by winning their own tournament. The team got better and better as the day went along, beating a good Skyline team in the semi’s and a very good Issaquah team in the finals, in straight sets. 

Alaina Lemley had some clutch plays. Amalie Onener owned the net with 7 blocks and 11 kills. Dyllan Graff served tough all day and earned 9 kills. Elise Yuhan executed well in multiple positions. Eva Winter was on fire all day, smashing 23 total kills. Jordan Hayden set well and served even better, leading the team with 11 aces. Josie Milner all around great play: 14 kills and 8 aces, including an ace on the final serve. Leanna Sayavong was great in the back row and served 4 in a row for a come from behind win in the first set of the finals. Lola Duvey passed and played great defense all day, earning 37 digs. Maleah Andrews was steady from behind the line and at the net, earning 5 aces and 12 kills on the day. Sienna Bell did some solid work at the net with some timely hits and blocks.

 Next up, Inglemoor at home on Wednesday.

The Freshman volleyball team traveled to Jackson High School this Saturday for a great day of competition. 
Competing against some strong freshman/sophomore teams they took 2nd in pool play to be seeded #5 out 14 teams entering into tournament/bracket play. 
Playing 2 games to 25 against each team in pool play, here are the results. 
Bothell beats Eastlake 25-6 and 25-12 
Bothell lost in a good fight against Monroe 23-25 and 26-27 
Bothell beats Eastside Catholic 25-18 and 25-8 
In a single elimination tournament play, Bothell unfortunately fell short but hung in there the first set against Eastlake's JV team 22-25 and 13-25. 
Player highlights of the tournament (results reflect tournament summary). 
As we strive to be an excellent passing (serve/receive) team, Kea Skinner and Sky Sherman had strong passing averages to lead this team. Skinner with an average of 2.08 and Sherman 2.07. 
One of our goals is also to be a strong and consistent serving team. Leading the team in aces were Skinner (21) and Athena Biondi (15). Along with strong serving percentage averages for the team Skinner (90.7%), Biondi (87.8%) and Sherman (87.5%). 
Last but not least, defense wins games. Leading the team defense for the tournament were Josselin Roy (30 digs)Kea Skinner (28 digs) and Skye Sherman (23 digs). 

The freshman team has suffered losing a few players to injuries and (practice) eligibility. However, hard work in the upcoming 2 practices before our next competition this Wednesday against Inglemoor at home, should pay off! 


Results from Sept 12:

SOCCER:  Loss to West Seattle 1 - 3.  Lots more soccer to come!

VB:  Next up Inglemoor at home next week!  

Varsity: Volleyball defeats  Holy Names in 3!!!    25-14, 25-18, 25-21 

A second night of above 90% serving led the attack on Holy Names.  

Jenna Milner had 3 aces in her opening 8 serving run to set the stage for the night’s win.  Jenna Legault and Nora Hayd led the offense with a combined 21 kills.  The assist generators, Avarye Monsef and Jenna Milner, helped out their hitters with 30 assists.   Solid team win!

JV:  Team added another 3-0 win last night over visiting Holy Names. Even down 11-18 in the 3rd set, the team continued to battle and eventually won 26-24.

Jordan Hayden stepped up big time behind the serving line again. Down 21-24 in the 3rd set, she served 5 in a row to help win the set for us. We had multiple players serving strong and at 100% last night: Alaina Lemley, Dylan Graff, Elise Yuhan, Jordan Hayden, Josie Milner, Leanna Sayavong, & Lola Duvey. Our setters, Maleah Andrews & Jordan Hayden were working hard last night, distributing great sets to our hitters. Josie Milner, Eva Winter & Amalie Onener each earned 3 kills on the night. Tournament at home tomorrow, followed by a league opener against Inglemoor on Wednesday. 

C team: The Freshman Volleyball team competed against Holy Names last night and took 2-1 sets to win the matchKili Hoke and Josselin Roy led the team in kills, Hoke (7) and Roy (5). Lily Whitehead, Athena Biondi, Kea Skinner all served 100% for the night Skinner leading the team with 4 ACES! Great defensive night for Josselin Roy (11 digs), Kili Hoke (7 digs) and Alana Baron (7 digs).

Thanks for all the support!


RESULTS FROM SEPT 10

GOLF:

We took on a tough Eastlake team and lost 193 to 256 at Mill Creek Country Club.

Bothell's top performer was Anthony Sendejas with a 38, which was the second best overall score on the afternoon and gets 4 points toward All Kingco. Cody Winkelman capped a strong performance by draining a 25 foot birdy putt on the last hole. Cody and Evan Deforest tied for 2nd on our team, followed by Parker Haney and Derek Rodriguez-Aquino.

Next match is today vs Juanita.  Go Cougs!

SOCCER:

Varsity lost to Mt Si last night 1 - 0.  Team battled hard and we are proud of them! 

JV  soccer played extremely well taking a 0-0 score with 3 minutes to go. Mt Si scored 1 more in stoppage time. 

Avarey Wilson and Zobe Murray were tough on D. 

Amelia McNiel, Meghan Cloninger and Alisa Coyne kept the wildcat defense busy. 

Salyna Woods and Lily Adkinson were stellar in goal.

VB:Varsity: Cougs send LW Kangs hopping back to Kirkland in a sweeping fashion. 

League opener was a program success as our volleyball teams won all three matches.  Varsity won 25-16, 25-14, 25-17.  

Serving a tough 94.5% as a team, 7 players served 10

 compiled 10 kills and Haedyn Bambolo contributed 6. Defensive stand out performances belong to Lauren Culp with 8 digs and Nadia Rios with 6 of her own. 

 JV Volleyball Team started the season off strong, with a 3-0 win over visiting Lake Washington. 

The Kangaroos were off balance from the start, thanks to some great serving.   Leading the way was Jordan Hayden with 100% serving and 8 aces. Amalie Onener was a huge presence at the net, earning 8 kills and a block. Eva Winter (5) and Elise Yuhan (4) backed Amalie up with some great kills as well. Maleah Andrews kept our hitters in rhythm, earning 15 assists on the night. She also chipped in 3 aces. Anchoring the back row were our 2 DS’s. Lola Duvey dug up 8 balls on the night and Leanna Sayavong added 7 more. 

Freshman volleyball squad swept Lake Washington 3-0 in their opening home match for the season. They had a strong defensive night, Kea Skinner and Aileen Taing lead the team in digs with 6 each and Kili Hoke contributing of her own respectfully. Athena Biondi led the team in service aces with 7 of her own and Alana Baron serving 100% for the night! Last but not least Lily Whitehead led the team in attacks with 6 kills at the net last night. 


Sept 9 results:

TENNIS -- Varsity game at Meadowdale didn't get rained out -- so it was a victory of sorts!! 

Boys played a great match yesterday. Even though we were a man down each teammate gave 100%.
Here are the stats
Bothell 3 Meadowdale 4
Johnny Schuller won 6-2, 6-0 at #1 singles
Jun Bruttomesso won 2-6, 6-4, 6-4 at #2 singles
Emmanuel Nguyen won 6-0, 6-2 at #3 singles

Outstanding play from Niclas Hill at #4 singles. He played so well. His score was 6-7, 6-7.


Results from weekend Sept 6:

FOOTBALL: 

V Friday:  Varsity handled the Legacy team on Friday night, 39-20.

JV Saturday:  For the first time in school history, an out of state JV football team traveled to Pop Keeney stadium to take on the Cougars. The defense had shining moments, paired with too many mistakes along the way. Our offense had a fun day, scoring 35 points! We have a big squad this year, the games will be fun.

Isaac Tran led the team at QB and played very well. Mercer Nafe played admirably on both sides of the ball. Jimmy Tucker made a few nice catches and played tough on the defensive line.

In the end the scoreboard wasn't on the Cougar side of things. We lost 42-35.

 

Dollars and cents:   PTP and ASB fees for fall sports  --  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 (schoolsales.nsd.org). 

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!  Purchase them at any home game (played at BHS) or from the Cashier at BHS.


BHS Weight Room:  6:00 – 7:15 am;  Monday, Wednesday, Friday

First day is Monday, September 16.

   Open to all -- Athletes  not participating in organized fall sports are encouraged to participate in weight training and conditioning.  Stay on top of your school work and get to bed on time so you can be there.

View Schedules 
To see TODAY:  Click "View Schedule".  All events are listed.

To see a DIFFERENT DAY:  On the small calendar icon next to the date displayed, click on the date you want to see.

To see a specific SPORT entire schedule: Hover on Bothell (Blue B top left corner), in the drop down box, select the sport.  Next to the sport name displayed, click on SCHEDULE.

Contact N Murray 425-408-7004 for assistance.

Contact

Office Hours

7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Monday - Friday

Fax 425-408-7002

Send an Email

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

***NEWS***


NEW SCHEDULE IMPACTS ATHLETES GRADE CHECKS

With the change in our daily schedule to a 7-period
day; student athletes must be passing 6 out of 7 
classes to maintain WIAA athletic eligibility at 
grades checks. 
By WIAA rule you have to be passing the minimum 
number of classes (6 classes) if you are only 
taking the minimum number of classes.  For example,
if you are only taking 6 classes in a 7-period day 
you must pass all 6 classes at the grade check to be
eligible. Seniors on track to graduate can take
only 5 or 6 classes but MUST be passing ALL.
Northshore requires student athletes to have a 2.0 
GPA with initial grade checks for the season and 
also at the end of each semester.
There are many scenarios with Running Start and 
Alternative Schools.  Please contact Y Mills 
if you have specific questions.

       Off campus grades          

 Due by:               Ineligible on:
November 13        November 18
December  18       December 23
February 5            February 10

April 20                 April 27

FALL 2019 SPORTS