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Mount Si High School
8651 Meadowbrook Way SE
Snoqualmie, WA 98065
 
Main Office:
(425) 831-8100
Fax:
(425) 831-8222
 
John Belcher
Principle 
 
Greg Hart
Assistant Principle
Athletic Director
 
 
2013 / 2014 SEASON - ANNOUNCEMENTS - NEWS - STANDINGS
 
 
 
 
7th Annual 2014 Golf Tournament Fundraiser
7th Annual 2014
Golf Tournament Fundraiser
Please help support our Wildcat Boys’ Basketball program by participating in the 7th annual golf tournament on Friday, September 5th 2014 @ Mt Si Golf Course
 
Did you know that our basketball program only receives a small stipend from the school district each year?  Our booster club is responsible for all fundraising activities.  The money we raise through events such as the golf tournament are used to pay for the spring and summer programs, to upgrade facilities such as the weight room, and to pay for items such as uniforms. 
 
In addition, these funds are used to pay for participation in various tournaments, which gives our athletes experience competing against all types of teams.  The spring and summer programs, tournaments and expenses are all necessary in order to grow a competitive program as we enter the 4A league this fall.
 
This tournament will sell out, so register now to reserve your spot as a player!  In addition, becoming a tournament sponsor is a great way to advertise your business and gain exposure in the Snoqualmie Valley. 
 
Please click through the following link to sign up as a player and/or sponsor for this tournament. CLICK HERE
Hey Everyone...Here is the tentative schedule for the summer as we move closer!
  • Open Gyms every Monday Wednesday at 7:30
  • Weight Room: will be open at 6:30 before open gym...HOWEVER...We NEED to take advantage of the opportunity to lift after school. The atmosphere of lifting with the football and baseball players may be "intimidating"...but trust me, I've been there and all of our football/basketball players can attest.. the benefits are obvious. I will encourage all of them to do so, but parents, please let them know the importance of lifting with their teammates and fellow athletes after school
  • Incoming C-team players will play in 2 or 3 AAU tournaments this summer. JV players will mix in with the  Varsity in the 3 tournaments and we will be looking for one more JV tournament or league.
  • This is what we have right now...no summer league like last year, I didn't think that was beneficial or effective for our players to be honest. We will focus more on training, and preparing adequately for these few tournaments in attempt to develop skills more effectively to prepare for the season rather than just throw them into game situations where playing time isn't guaranteed and development can be stunted. Let me know if you have any questions!
  • LAST THING...Booster Club meeting will be coming soon. We will NEED/EXPECT everyone there for the first meeting to discuss this schedule, and coordinate plans for the golf tournament!
A MESSAGE FROM HEAD COACH CLEARMAN: I want to thank everyone for all of your support this season. It has been such a great experience for me. Our varsity season ended sooner than we all thought it would, but the energy around that team and our program is exactly how we envisioned it from the the start of the season. "Peak at the right time" was a daily phrase that we really believed in and executed at the end of the year. We came a long way and went through some adversity as every team does, and in the end I just hope these guys learned as much from me as I did from them.

OFF-SEASON: The only thing we have planned in the near future through Mount Si is open gyms starting in March, and the Bellevue College spring league for the varsity which starts in April. Saturday from 1:30-3:00 and Sunday from 3:30-5:00 are the high school boys times. I will actually be working at Excel and putting together the strength and conditioning program for all ages, and I will be coaching 2 teams and training. I have decided to be in the gym year round to sharpen my coaching skills and learn from the best trainers around. Dillon also coaches and trains up there. We really believe in what they're doing and it would be awesome to have our guys playing together year round. It's a huge advantage and we would be ahead of the times if we could get that going. I will be in touch with the players about open gym, and we can talk more about Excel at the banquet next week.

Thank you again,
Kyle Clearman
Head Coach | Mount Si Wildcats
Mount Si basketball season ends
February 18, 2014 By Sam Kenyon SnoValleyStar.com
 
The Wildcat basketball season ended with a bang Feb. 15, in a courageous and emotional loss against the Bainbridge High School Spartans. The final score was 62 – 47, although that 15 point gap was not indicative of the true battle that Mount Si fought. The Wildcats faced the Spartans in the Bainbridge High School gym where loud fans were as overwhelming off the court as the players were on the court.
 
It was one of the hardest games of the season. The entire Mount Si fan section felt the Wildcats, especially the seniors, desperately claw to keep their season alive. But too many shots did not roll their way. The Spartans devastated the Wildcats in offensive rebounds which ultimately made the difference.
 
Directly following the loss, amid the cheers of the Spartan crowd, the Wildcats quietly left the gym and headed home. For the seniors, point guard Jack Nelson, center Justin McLaughlin, forward Beau Shain, and center Tyler McCreadie, it was the last time they would wear their high school basketball jerseys. “The way these guys fought, I couldn’t be more proud and happy and thankful to have a group like that in my first year,” said Coach Kyle Clearman. CONTINUE
NEW SECTION IN THE WEBSITE: GAME STATS
CLICK HERE or the permanent link in the left column.
 
FINAL 2013/14 KingCo 3A/2A Regular Season Standings
Seattle Times Link Here
*Click on Team Name for Seattle Times Stats
 
Team Conference Overall
W L Win % W L Win %
  Bellevue 14 0 1.000 17 2 .895
  Mercer Island 11 3 .786 15 5 .750
  Lake Washington 9 5 .643 12 7 .632
  Sammamish 8 6 .571 11 7 .611
  Mount Si 5 9 .357 9 11 .450
  Liberty 5 9 .357 7 13 .350
  Interlake 2 11 .154 3 16 .158
  Juanita 1 10 .091 2 14 .125
 
 
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