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Mount Si High School
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Snoqualmie, WA 98065
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John Belcher
Greg Hart
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It’s a doubleheader night of hoops for Mount Si High School’s boys and girls, with the Wildcats on the road here’s a look and our thoughts on the contests…
Good Friday morning, folks. Time for our segment with previews and picks for the high school hoops. Mount Si is at Inglemoor with both boys and girls playing at the same places back to back tonight.
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In the news this morning….
Here’s our Monday package of news stories: Mount Si basketball splits at Newport. Mount Si High School’s boys’ and girls’ basketball teams traveled to Newport High School in Bellevue this past Friday and played the Knights. Here’s results:
Boys fall: Mount Si gave it their best efforts, but fell to the Knights 66-56. Danny Tomson scored 19 to lead the Wildcats, but Tiye Utley had perhaps his best game of the season, scoring 14 and adding seven rebounds to pace Mount Si. Colton Swain pitched in 10 points for the Wildcats coming in off his huge night last Tuesday which aided Mount Si’s upset win over Woodinville.
Swain’s huge night leads Mount Si boys’ basketball to big upset win, plus other hardwood notes
The Mount Si High School boys’ basketball team last night welcomed in another tough foe. The Woodinville Falcons came in ranked sixth in this week’s Seattle Times 4A boys’ Washington state high school basketball rankings and have a player who can dominate in junior Tony Miller. And while Miller got his requisite number of points, Mount Si came out and played their hearts out, backed up by one of their top juniors, and pulled off the huge upset.
Tomson’s 17 not enough for Wildcat boys basketball as they struggle in third quarter in loss to Spartans
Things started out well enough last night for the Mount Si High School boys’ basketball team. They were making their way back into league play after spending several days down in Bend, OR, at their holiday tournament, and against the Skyline Spartans at Mount Si High School, the Wildcats made noise early, and were able to head into halftime with the lead. But the Spartans had other ideas in the third quarter, and those adjustments proved to be the difference as the Wildcats fell once again.
    2014/15 KingCo 4A Regular Season Standings
            As Published in the Seattle Times - 01.23.2015

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