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Snoqualmie, Washington 98065
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CONGRATULATIONS TO Elizabeth Prewitt for being elected to the
Elizabeth made the All-Conference Second Team
Athletes of the Week for 2-12
MOUNT SI – Since we, as of yet, have no stats from either of last week’s games, and their season has come to an end, we’re going to offer our last girls’ recognition a little bit differently today. Mount Si’s senior class of Sally Nelson and Kylie McLaughlin both share the nod this week. Both players have been an asset in different ways this season for the Wildcat girls – Nelson on the floor, McLaughlin off it. Nelson has been a solid presence on the floor this winter for Mount Si, and she made an immediate impact after her late start to the season back in December with a pair of double-doubles (points/rebounds). McLaughlin has also been a positive asset on the bench, but as coach Megan Botulinski noted to us after Senior Night, McLaughlin also has been an active presence within the high school, helping in various student leadership roles. Both players will be missed by your editor, and we wish them all the best as they graduate in June and move on to their next big adventure in life: college.
Loss to Mercer Island ends Mount Si girls basketball season
February 12, 2014 By Sam Kenyon -
The Mount Si girls ended their season on Feb. 8, with a loss to Mercer Island. The away loss was the first game of the loser-out playoff tournament. The Wildcats finished their season with an overall record of 3 – 18. Mount Si went down by 10 in the first quarter and was unable to recover. They kept pace with the Islanders in the second quarter, only scoring one point less than Mercer Island. But the Islander’s came strong out of halftime and poured in 10 more points than the Wildcats in the third quarter, which quieted any hope Mount Si had of victory. The final score was 68-47. “In the third quarter, they hit some shots and we just couldn’t get momentum going again,” said junior point guard and the team’s leading scorer Elizabeth Prewitt. Despite the poor win record, the team maintained a positive attitude all season. Coach Megan Botulinski always praised her team’s mentality and refusal to let the losses prevent them from playing hard. “The next day we would come into the gym and we were just ready to go have a good practice and stop thinking about the last game and look forward to the next game,” Prewitt said. Two seniors will be graduating from this team, which means a lot of returning strength for next year’s squad. This year, the team was very young, and it was a rebuilding season. Next season the returning experience will help the Wildcats. Prewitt said the team incorporated the younger players into the team’s chemistry this year, and that will pay off next season. If they can maintain the same positive attitude and work ethic, they expect next year to have a much stronger record. “I think it’s positive, looking ahead,” Prewitt said. “One of the fortunate things about only losing two seniors is that we’ll have pretty much the same core group of girls. And we were able to already have this season to build our relationships and learn how to play with each other. And that just moves into the next season.” READ ARTICLE
Wildcat hoops split in playoff games
Wildcat girls’ season over
Mount Si’s girls’ basketball team saw its season end, unable to rebound from a slow start as they fell last night to Mercer Island. The Islanders outscored the Wildcats 17-7 in the first quarter then cruised from there, handing Mount Si the season-ending 68-47 loss at MIHS. The Wildcats’ season ends at 3-18, but the future does look promising for coach Megan Botulinski and her program. No stats were available.
Mount Si girls building intensity, confidence, as season nears finale | Photo Gallery
by SETH TRUSCOTT,  Snoqualmie Valley Record Editor 
Feb 5, 2014 at 2:55PM
The Mount Si girls got so very close to their long-sought conference win Wednesday, Jan. 29. Facing Interlake at their final home game, the Wildcats fell behind, but never by more than a few buckets, to a Saints team blessed with some strong outside shooters. “We wanted to win,” said Camryn Buck, a quiet player who brought her high intensity into battles for the ball. She matched Interlake’s aggressive play, scoring five on the night, including Mount Si’s only three-point bomb. Intensity ratcheted up in the second half, as Mount Si closed to within 10 in the final quarter. Interlake’s strong shooters, and several fouls and free throws in the last minute, dashed the Wildcat’s hopes to chalk up a win. Final score: 67-51. Junior vet Elizabeth Prewitt led the Wildcats with 19 points, sophomore forward Jillian Nelson added 12. Freshman guard Hayden Frederick scored seven points. Senior guard Kylie McLaughlin scored four. CONTINUE
Wrapping up the ladies’ hoops from last night…
Wildcats fall to Rebels: Mount Si traveled up to Juanita last night to meet the Rebels, and despite missing a key freshman, Juanita scored the victory.
The Rebels defeated the Wildcats 56-28. Juanita outscored Mount Si 18-8 out of the gate and cruised from there, behind the efforts of another freshman star, Shalexxus Aaron, who scored a game-high 19 points. The Rebels were without frosh Tea Adams, nursing injuries. Junior post Jaisa Nunn scored 14 to pace Juanita, who continues to hold top spot in Kingco, with an 18-1 overall record. Mount Si did not post any stats but we will update when we get those. The Wildcats are at Sammamish next Wednesday to close out the regular season.
Athletes of the Week for 1-29
MOUNT SI – We give our nod this week to Annie Hiebert, for her rebounding and defensive excellence during a pair of home-and-home games with Liberty last Friday and Saturday. The Wildcat sophomore – and sister of former Mount Si football star Alex Hiebert – logged eight rebounds in each of the contests, and also last Friday displayed strong intensity both in the rebounding arena and on defense as well. She played a great game against the Patriots in that matchup last Friday, and her defense and rebounding helped to keep the Wildcats close throughout against a highly-ranked and very good Liberty team. Hiebert and her teammates continue to work hard for “W’s” and they’ll have another chance at one Wednesday when they host Interlake in the final home game of the season most likely.
Mount Si girls’ hoops falls at Liberty (UPDATED)
We’ll have colleges and Mount Si’s boys at Liberty coming soon, but we want to start with the Wildcat girls, who ran into a buzzsaw against the Patriots last night. Just hours after almost pulling off an upset, Mount Si had to expect Liberty would come out on fire, and that’s exactly what they did. Four Patriots scored in double figures and Liberty rolled to a 69-39 win on their home floor at Liberty High School in Renton. Sierra Carlson led the way; off an 0-14 shooting effort Friday night in the Patriots’ 31-26 win, the senior was 5-9 from the floor, with three three-pointers last night for a game-high 18 points. Adele Payant also had a strong game for Liberty, with a double-double of 13 points and 13 rebounds.
Valley Friday night girls’ hoops wrapup: Mount Si plays strong against Liberty
Mount Si High School’s girls’ basketball team has a bright future with a lot of solid young talent. The present hasn’t been too kind with them, with a winless league record and only two wins – both in California – this season. But fans saw a glimpse of what lies ahead last night, as the Wildcats, at home at Mount Si High School in Snoqualmie, battled a strong Liberty team down to the wire.
The Patriots handed Mount Si another loss, this by a 31-26 score, but this Liberty team is ranked, and has beaten all of the elite teams in Kingco at least once each this season, so for the Wildcats, taking the Patriots down to the brink was in itself a victory. “This is full potential. We played so well against a really great team,” said Mount Si coach Megan Botulinski, who thinks that the team still could go far despite the struggles. “The great thing is with Kingco is we’re going to get an automatic playoff game and if we play like that, gosh, we can extend our season so long.”
Highlight Photos: Varsity vs Liberty - 01.24.14 (By Calder)
FINAL KingCo 3A/2A Regular Season Standings 2013/2014
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Team Conference Overall
W L Win % W L Win %
  Juanita 13 1 .929 19 1 .950
  Liberty 11 3 .786 15 5 .750
  Bellevue 10 4 .714 15 5 .750
  Mercer Island 10 4 .714 12 7 .632
  Lake Washington 6 8 .429 9 11 .450
  Sammamish 3 11 .214 8 12 .400
  Interlake 2 12 .143 5 15 .250
  Mount Si 1 13 .071 3 17 .150
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