November 8, 2012
UPDATED — 3:25 p.m. Nov. 16, 2012
As the fall sports season comes to a close, athletes from Hazen and Liberty high schools are being honored for their athletic achievements as all-league teams are announced. Players and coaches select all-league teams annually. Email additional all-league honors to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hazen boys tennis
The following Hazen High School tennis players were named to the Seamount League all-league team:
July 3, 2012
If you seed it, they will come.
New grass grows on an L-shaped strip of land surrounding the southwest end of Snoqualmie’s Cascade View Elementary School, and so does the hope of a community to see children play baseball and soccer on it next fall.
Scott Phelps, a Cascade View parent and the superintendent at The Golf Club at Newcastle, offered a helping hand to help make the dream of the field a reality.
The field is owned by the Snoqualmie Valley School District and Little League organizations have been helping out with the work, Phelps said.
“We want to help create some field space for them and they are helping finance the remodel work out there,” he said.
Ray Wilson, principal of Cascade View Elementary School, sees the little blades of grass covering the once-bumpy, weedy dirt and smiles.
“It’s the best I’ve seen this field since I’ve been here,” Wilson said, who has been the principal of Cascade View for three years.
July 1, 2011
Hazen High School track and field athletes and Liberty High School golfers advanced to their respective state tournaments this spring.
At the state track and field championships at Tacoma’s Mount Tahoma High School on May 28, Hazen senior Kyle Martin took third in the pole vault with a jump of 14 feet. In the girls 100-meter dash preliminaries, senior Starr Williams took ninth with a time of 12.82 seconds.
Williams did not advance to the finals, finishing .05 seconds behind the eighth place finisher.
Liberty golfers Krysta Dawson, Alex DuVall and Molly Culwell took to the state golf tournament at Liberty Lake Golf Course in Spokane May 24 and 25.
Dawson shot an 86 on the par-70 course, taking 18th place the first day and advancing to the second round. DuVall and Culwell shot 96 and 97 to finish 50th and 52nd, respectively. DuVall and Culwell did not advance to the second round.
In the second round, Dawson shot an 89, bringing her two-day score to 175 for a 20th-place finish.
December 9, 2008
Just weeks before the start of his freshman year, Kekoa Mark surprised his family when he announced he would try out for the Hazen High School varsity golf team. He had