Signing Day for Edmonds-Woodway athletes Callahan, Donaldson

Congratulations to Edmonds-Woodway High School student athletes Derek Callahan and Sydney Donaldson, who signed their letters of intent at E-W Wednesday. Callahan, a left-handed pitcher on the Warrior baseball team, will play for Gonzaga University next year, while Donaldson, a forward/center for the E-W girls basketball team that finished fifth at state last season, will…

High School Sports Buzz

Here’s the latest sports news from Edmonds-area high schools, courtesy of My Edmonds News sports writer Michael Johnson. Have sports news to share? Use the “submit news” box on the left side of the home page. Monday, March 29 BOYS SOCCER Mountlake Terrace 3, Meadowdale 2 -Manix Alvarez (MT) scored the game-winning goal in overtime…

High School Sports Buzz

Freelance sports writer Michael Johnson provides a weekly wrap-up of local high school athletics for My Edmonds News. Send story ideas, scores and other sports tips to My Edmonds News using the Submit Community News box on the left side of the home page. Mike Pittis resigns as head coach of Edmonds-Woodway’s volleyball program After…

Warriors edge Scots 4-2 Thursday

The Warriors (2-0 in league) notched their second baseball victory over Shorecrest — this time on Edmonds-Woodway’s home field — beating the Scots 4-2. Winning pitcher Blaine Liukko struck out six and also went 2-for-4 at the plate with a double. Derek Callahan was 2-for-3 with a home run, a double and 2 RBIs.

E-W baseball blanks Shorecrest 2-0

Edmonds-Woodway’s baseball team got off to a strong start in Wesco South league play Tuesday, scoring a 2-0 victory over Shorecrest High School on the Scots’ home field. Winning pitcher was Derek Callahan; Brandon Lowe picked up the save. Joe Lopresti hit a two-run homer, while Austin Jones went 3-4 for the Warriors. E-W faces…