A Tribute to Head Coach Kinnune
From the Wildcat Nation
2017 WINTER SPEED CAMP
Date: Jan 9 to Feb
23 (14 Sessions)
Days: Monday and
Time: 3:30PM to 5:00PM
Place: Mount Si
High School Stadium
Attendees MUST sign a liability waiver to
participate (won’t be allowed on the field without a
2. Payment MUST also
be taken care of prior to participation.3.
Individual Sessions are available at $15.00 per
session. Bring Cash or Check to the session you want
to attend along with a signed medical release.
Download Release Form HERE
8th Annual Turkey Bowl as MSHS
9 Teams and 80 Player's
A Great Wildcat Tradition!
Next Up...Ham Bowl on Christmas Eve! Be There!
Mount Si athletes make postseason all-league
lists, plus other news on this Veteran’s
Posted onNovember 11,
morning. It is Veteran’s Day, so please
take time to honor those in the military
who have, or are currently, serving for
our country and helping protect our
We begin this
morning with a look at postseason
recognition in local high school sports.
Conference late yesterday released
postseason honors for their 4A schools,
and Mount Si athletes from three
different sports were recognized for
their play on the field this season.
football team received a solid amount of
recognition on the all-league lists. On
offense, receivers Jesiah Irish
(first team), a junior, and Eric
Daniels (second team), a senior,
earned nods at that position, along with
junior offensive guard Collin Flesch,
who received a second-team honor.
Defensively, senior linebacker Jack
Weidenbach earned a first-team
All-League nod at the inside
linebacker position, while senior
defensive end Brennan Dalgleish and
senior safety Carter McFadden received
second-team honors at those
mentions went to seniors Max Bonda
(running back), Carson Corra
(cornerback) and Justin “JuJu” Lutz
(outside linebacker) along with junior
Michael Collins (offensive tackle).
Mount Si coach
Charlie Kinnune is pleased. “As a fifth
place finisher in our league and the
number four offense and number five
defense, we are well represented,” he
said by email to the SVSJ.
Delivery of Sock Donation to Mamma's Hands - Photo
Hello, Boosters (and Lianne from
As you might remember, the merchandise team purchased socks and
beanies this year from YourCitySports, a company that provides a 1:1
match of new socks for homeless charities and outreach groups. We
have 280 pairs of socks to donate to Mamma’s Hands, a local charity
that provides qualified services in the Snoqualmie Valley and
Part of the agreement of donation is that we have a photo capturing
the hand-off from our booster club to the charity.
Thank you to the following for helping us with the
sock hand-off this past Friday afternoon:
Meg, Gregg, and Max Bonda,
Alex Rendon, Carter McFadden, Jen and
Nicole and John Lang and Gale Kamp
Mamma’s Hands is grateful for our efforts in the sock
donations. Those in attendance learned more about this charity and
how they help families (mothers and children) from all over, make
significant life choices and positive changes.
If you missed a week of
checking the website for up to date team
news you can find all previous news,
announcements, scores and results by
"NEWS" Archives Section. Once an
article is published to the website it
will always be available.
FINAL 2016 VARSITY GAME
RESULTSKingCo 4A Conference
* Denotes nonleague/conference game - ** Everett
FINAL 2016 KINGCO
4A CONFERENCE STANDINGS
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