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Girls basketball: Warriors beat Bearcats in OT; face Eastlake at home Saturday

Girls basketball: Warriors beat Bearcats in OT; face Eastlake at home Saturday

Proving that beating a team three times in a season is never easy, the Edmonds-Woodway girls basketball team went to overtime, but came away with the victory, beating Monroe 57-52 at Mountlake Terrace High School to claim the 3rd seed in the District 1 playoffs. The girls now return home to host Eastlake Saturday night with a bid for the State 4A tournament on the line. Missy Peterson, E-W’s fresh... »

Reminder: Olympicview Arena hosting UW, Seattle Junior Totems hockey games

Reminder: Olympicview Arena hosting UW, Seattle Junior Totems hockey games

Looking for fast-paced entertainment? The University of Washington Men’s Hockey Club plays its home games at the Olympicview Arena in Mountlake Terrace, which as Edmonds resident Jim Underhill reminds us is “within a hard slapshot of Highway 99 and 220th Street Southwest.” The Huskies are a member of the PAC-8 hockey league, comprised of eight of the twelve universities playing interco... »

Seattle Vikings invite Edmonds youth to join rugby team

Seattle Vikings invite Edmonds youth to join rugby team

Registration for Seattle Vikings rugby for boys and girls ages 7 to 18 is now open with practices starting in January at Seattle’s Magnuson Park. “We really want to connect with kids in Edmonds about the sport of rugby,” said Craig Wicks, Director of Coaching, Seattle Vikings RFC (Rugby Football Club). “We see a real opportunity for rugby to grow here as a fun sport that celebrates diversity... »

Edmonds Eagles Youth Lacrosse teams bring home hardware from shootout tournament

Edmonds Eagles Youth Lacrosse teams bring home hardware from shootout tournament

Four Edmonds Eagles youth lacrosse program teams were flying high in their season-ending lacrosse tournament in Snohomish last weekend. The 5th/6th grade Cradlebaby Green team brought home second place in the tournament, falling just short in the championship match to host Snohomish. It was an all Edmonds Eagles championship in the 7th/8th grade division. The Cradlebaby Green team pulled out the w... »

Edmonds Eagles Youth Lacrosse to finish 2013 season with tournament Saturday

The Edmonds Eagles Youth Lacrosse program is participating in the Snohomish Lacrosse Shootout tournament this Saturday. Dec. 14. The tournament, which closes out the Eagles’ 2013 season, will be at Glacier Peak High School, 7401 144th Pl. S.E., Snohomish, Games start at 9 a.m. The Edmonds Eagles will be represented by two teams, one each in the 5th/6th and 7th/8th grade groups. The Edmonds E... »

Edmonds hydroplane sponsor renews relationship for 2014

Edmonds hydroplane sponsor renews relationship for 2014

United Kingdom-based Peters and May, the world’s largest shipper of marine vehicles and shipping logistic, has chosen the Edmonds-based hydroplane team to represent them on the 2014 racing circuit. Dave Holley, CEO of Peters & May, announced on Monday the continued sponsorship of the U-11 Unlimited Racing Group team based in Edmonds. “it is only natural that we want to continue our... »

Edmonds couple hoping to roll to victory in Roller Derby national championships

Edmonds couple hoping to roll to victory in Roller Derby national championships

By day, Elaine Helm and Chris Cossu are your everyday Edmonds couple, commuting to white-collar jobs in public relations and advertising, taking their 7-year-old son to soccer practice, paying bills and keeping up their Edmonds Bowl home. But watch out! By night, they morph into Deadline and Slick, top skaters for the all-star Bombers, part of Snohomish County’s rough and tumble Jet City Rol... »

Edmonds Junior Warriors 89ers finish season undefeated

Edmonds Junior Warriors 89ers finish season undefeated

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Edmonds Lacrosse Club hires new coach

Edmonds Lacrosse Club hires new coach

The Edmonds Lacrosse Club on Monday announced the hiring of Nathan Wirtz as varsity head coach for the Chiefs. Wirtz has been coaching lacrosse with the Snohomish and Woodinville programs in the off-season and recently served on the coaching staff of the PNW Lacrosse Camp. He has also been an official in the Washington Lacrosse Officials Association (WALOA) for several years. Wirtz was named to th... »

UW Hockey Club to open 2013-14 season this weekend at Olympicview Arena

UW Hockey Club to open 2013-14 season this weekend at Olympicview Arena

Husky goaltender Casey Moore (#35) is from Lynnwood. It’s more than 10 miles from campus, but the University of Washington Hockey Club will again call Olympicview Arena in Mountlake Terrace home for its upcoming 2013-2014 season. The Huskies train and play their home matches at the ice arena, located at 22202-70th Ave. W., on the Edmonds/Mountlake Terrace border. The team opens the season this wee... »

Edmonds hydro places second in final race of season

Edmonds hydro places second in final race of season

The Edmonds-based Miss Peters and May had its best finish of the season in the Bayfair Regatta in San Diego Sunday. Driver Tommy Thompson brought the local unlimited hydroplane home in second place behind race and season Champion, Jimmy Shane in the Graham Trucking boat. Shane had to finish two places higher than defending Champion Steve David in the Oh Boy! Oberto in the final heat in order to se... »

Edmonds hydro second in first heat at Bayfair Cup hydroplane race in San Diego

Edmonds hydro second in first heat at Bayfair Cup hydroplane race in San Diego

Driver Tom Thompson took a second-place finish in his first heat at the Bayfair Cup hydroplane race. Driving the Edmonds-based Miss Peters and May, Thompson got lane two before the start. Inside was Jimmy Shane in the Graham Trucking boat, winner of the last two races. Shane used his inside advantage to maintain a one roostertail lead over our local hydroplane. Thompson established a similar lead ... »

Edmonds hydro sixth fastest in qualifying for San Diego hydroplane race

Edmonds hydro sixth fastest in qualifying for San Diego hydroplane race

Scott and Shannon Raney’s U-11 Miss Peters and May qualified sixth fastest for this weekend’s Bayfair hydroplane race in San Diego Friday afternoon. Driver Tom Thompson qualified the Edmonds-based hydroplane at a speed of 146.713 for the 2-1/2 mile lap around Mission Bay. The race marks the last stop on the 2013 season and Miss Peters and May is showing continued improvement in speeds ... »

Jimmy Shane, Graham Trucking win Diamond Cup

Jimmy Shane, Graham Trucking win Diamond Cup

Jimmy Shane, driving the Graham Trucking hydroplane, won this weekend’s Diamond Cup hydroplane race in Coeur d’Alene. Shane took the lead at the start and was never seriously challenged through the five-lap final heat. Second place went to Steve David invthe Oh Boy! Oberto followed by Kip Brown in the Spirit of Qatar. Our local hydro, Miss Peters and May, finished fourth, but was later... »

Edmonds hydro second in first heat at Diamond Cup Saturday

Edmonds hydro second in first heat at Diamond Cup Saturday

Driving the Edmonds-based Miss Peters and May, Tom Thompson took a second-place finish in his first heat Saturday at the Diamond Cup hydroplane race in Coeur d’Alene. Thompson got lane two before the start and was the first boat across the starting line. He led the field out of the first corner and drove the boat to its best performance of the year. Jimmy Shane, driving Seattle’s Graha... »

Jimmy Shane drives Graham Trucking to Seafair hydro win

Jimmy Shane drives Graham Trucking to Seafair hydro win

Jimmy Shane, driving the Graham Trucking hydroplane, won Seattle’s Albert Lee Cup Sunday. Shane used some great strategy to get the inside lane for the final heat, hit the start just right and was able to hold off Steve David in the Oh Boy! Oberto. Shane came into Sunday’s racing way behind the pack as he had failed to finish his heat. “After the setback on Saturday, the crew fix... »

Steve David, Mike Webster win Saturday heats at Seafair; Edmonds native qualifies as driver

Steve David, Mike Webster win Saturday heats at Seafair; Edmonds native qualifies as driver

Steve David driving the Oh BOY! Oberto hydroplane and Mike Webster driving the Boitano Homes won their respective heats today in the Albert Lee Cup at Seafair. David led his heat wire to wire and looked impressive in his Madison, Indiana based unlimited. Second place in the heat went to J. Michael Kelly in the Beacon Plumbing. This is particularly impressive as he flipped his boat end over end jus... »

Edmonds native gets his shot at driving unlimited hydro Friday

Edmonds native gets his shot at driving unlimited hydro Friday

Former Edmonds resident Jesse Robertson had his first opportunity to drive an unlimited hydroplane Friday at Seafair’s Albert Lee Applicance Cup. The 33-year-old Robertson was born at the former Stevens Hospital (now Swedish/Edmonds) and has lived in Edmonds off and on ever since. Currently a West Seattle resident, he has been hoping for this opportunity for several years. Robertson got his ... »

Edmonds hydro sixth fastest at Seafair

Edmonds hydro sixth fastest at Seafair

The Edmonds-based Miss Peters and May unlimited hydroplane, owned by Scott and Shannon Raney and driven by Tom Thompson, qualified sixth fastest for this weekend’s Albert Lee Cup at Seafair, Thompson negotiated the two-mile lake Washington corners at an average speed of 140.487 mph. Steve David drove the Oh Boy! Oberto to a top speed of 152.229 to lead all qualifiers. Nine of 11 boats qualif... »

Oh Boy! Oberto wins Columbia Cup, Edmonds hydroplane 5th

Oh Boy! Oberto wins Columbia Cup, Edmonds hydroplane 5th

Steve David, driving the Oh Boy! Oberto hydroplane, made a great move before the start to take lane one away from his top challenger and gain the advantage, giving him the victory in the Columbia Cup in he Tri-Cities Sunday afternoon. David was on the outside as the boats entered the backstretch before the start. He stomped on the throttle and was able to “jump” around the other boats ... »

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