Mount Si Football Opens Post-Season Today!

Thanks to contributing sports writer and MSHS junior, Ben Evensen, for this story.  Tonight's playoff  game is a "red out," so wear red to support Mount Si Football.  This game also kicks off the annual Mount … [Read more...]

Ben's Sports Beat: #3 Mount Si Volleyball Takes on #1 Mercer Island

Ben Evensen is a high school junior here in the Snoqualmie Valley. He hopes to be a sports writer in the future and currently writes his own sports blog –  We’re excited … [Read more...]

Mount Si – Bellevue Game Makes History – Wildcat Stadium Sold Out!

Well, if you didn't head to Mount Si last night to get your pre-sale tickets to tomorrow's (October 12th)  big match up between #1 ranked Bellevue and #2 ranked Mount Si, you're out of luck. Wildcat Stadium is … [Read more...]

Ben's Breakdown: #2 Mount Si Prepares for Epic Showdown with #1 Bellevue

Update, 10/13/2012, 8:40AM:  Top 10 Nationally Ranked Bellevue Wolverines defeated Mount Si 49-10 last night. All Bellevue points came in the first half.  Ben's prediction was correct, with only the score being … [Read more...]

Mount Si – Bellevue Big Football Showdown Approaching; Advance Ticket Sales Today!

Want to watch the #2 3A state ranked Mount Si football team play  the #5 nationally ranked (and #1 state ranked) Bellevue High School Wolverines? Then school officials are high recommending you make your way … [Read more...]

Mount Si Football Home Opener Tonight Features Live Game Stream and Twitter Play by Play

Although it is a perfect valley night for Mount Si's home football opener - probably sunny and 75-80 degrees for kickoff - technology is making it easy for everyone to watch the game, or a least get a live play … [Read more...]

Mount Si Football Kicks Off Season With Annual Scarlet and Gray Scrimmage and Football-A-Palooza Friday, August 24th

Mount Si Football Coach Charlie Kinnune kicks off his 21st season coaching Wildcat Football this Friday, August 24th, with the Annual Scarlet and Gray Scrimmage at 7PM. But before that annual tradition … [Read more...]

Mount Si Baseball Head Coach, Elliott Cribby, Leaving For College Coaching Job

Mount Si Baseball Coach, Elliott Cribby, who lead Mount Si to the state tournament the past two seasons, and one state championship, announced he is leaving Mount Si in three weeks for a position at Abilene … [Read more...]

Mount Si Girls Basketball Camp Starts Tomorrow – Spots Still Available!

If you are looking for a great last-minute camp for your daughter who will be a 3rd-8th grader next year, the Mount Si Girls Basketball team may have you saved. Starting tomorrow, the JV and Varsity Mount Si … [Read more...]

Mount Si Football Place Kicker, Cameron Van Winkle, Commits To The University of Washington Even Before His Senior Season Begins

If you've spent any time watching Mount Si football games since the 2009 season, you probably noticed their talented place kicker and punter, Cameron Van Winkle.  In 2009 he made the varsity team as a … [Read more...]

Mount Si High School Class of 2012 – A Look Back At 18 Years of Journey Markers…

The graduating class of 2012 could be one defined by the historical events and technological advancements experienced during their coming of age school years.  Let's take a look back at some things that marked … [Read more...]

June 8th Mount Si High School Graduation To Happen Outdoors – Even In The Rain!

This just came in from Mount Si High School Principal, John Belcher.  Apparently the school is receiving numerous inquiries asking whether the Class of 2012 Graduation Ceremony will be moved indoors as rain is … [Read more...]

Mount Si Second Senior Prank Falls Short of the January Snow Pile

It was a big day at Mount Si High School today, and a little bitter-sweet as the class of 2012 entered its final week walking the Mount Si hallways.  Next Friday, June 8th, is graduation. The annual “Moving … [Read more...]

Perennial Powerhouse, Mount Si Volleyball, Offering Summer Camps To Valley Youth

Did you know that Girls Volleyball is one of the most successful sports at Mount Si High School?  In Coach Bonnie Foote’s 12 years as head coach, Mount Si has become a yearly state contender. The 2011 season … [Read more...]

Our First Mount Si Prom; We Made It To The Finish Line

For me, my first Mount Si Prom came to an end as my daughter, along with about 30 others, boarded a bus at the TPC Snoqualmie Ridge and headed out to her first prom.  She looked beautiful and was nervous, … [Read more...]

Mount Si Baseball Begins State Playoffs Tomorrow, Girls Fastpitch Earns #2 State Berth

The Mount Si Boys Baseball Team plays its first game of the 2012 WIAA State Championships tomorrow, Saturday, May 19th at 11AM at Borst Park in Centralia. Mount Si, the defending 3A state champs, are the … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Middle School Teachers Ask School Board To Consider Focusing 2013 School Bond On Mount Si Instead Of A New Middle School

Last month, a group of Snoqualmie Middle School (SMS) teachers met with Snoqualmie Valley school board members.  The meetings were about the upcoming 2013 school bond, not about asking the board to reconsider … [Read more...]

Mount Si Senior Class "McGrad Night" Fundraiser Hits North Bend McDonalds Wednesday, May 2nd!

The Mount Si Senior Class is taking over the North Bend McDonald's this Wednesday, May 2nd, from 5PM-8PM.  This fundraiser plays a key role in providing scholarships to help send every MSHS senior (who wants to … [Read more...]

Mount Si High School – Perfecting The Art Of The Prom Invitation

When my oldest child entered Mount Si High School three years ago, I was surprised by the elaborate lengths the kids went to with their dance invitations.  Over the years, I've seen a car filled to the last … [Read more...]

Mount Si Principal John Belcher Gives Two Freshman Learning Center Presentations This Week-March 19th & 21st

Fresh off the heals of the SVSD School Board's decision to move forward with the annexation of Snoqulamie Middle School to Mount Si as its 9th grade campus in 2013, MSHS Principal John Belcher will give two … [Read more...]