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Snoqualmie, Washington 98065
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Wildcats Varsity Highlights vs NEWPORT
Photos By: Calder Productions 02.06.2015
FINAL 2014/15 KingCo 4A Season Standings
As Published in the Seattle Times - 02.18.2015
2014/2015 Mount Si Girls Finish Basketball Season
February 17, 2015 By Staff
The Mount Si High School girls basketball team lost, 57-44, to the Skyline Spartans on Feb. 12 and was eliminated from the KingCo 4A playoffs. The girls finished 5-17 in their first year of competition in the KingCo 4A league. In the final game, at Redmond High School, the Wildcats had an early lead, 13-10 at the end of the first quarter. A Skyline rally in the next quarter put the Spartans ahead by six at halftime, a deficit that grew throughout the second half. Senior captain Elizabeth Prewitt poured in 15 points to lead the Wildcats as she has done many times before in her Mount Si career. It was the final Mount Si basketball game for Prewitt before she goes on to the University of Puget Sound this fall. The other lone senior on the Mount Si team, Madi Bevens, scored two points. Sophomore Hayden Frederick scored 10, the second highest for the Wildcats. Sophomore Emma Smith chipped in five points and junior Makayla Turpin contributed four points. CONTINUE
2015 KingCo 4A Conference All League Selections
    1st Team: Elizabeth Prewitt
    Honorable Mention: Madi Bevens and Annie Hiebert

Mount Si girls, Cedarcrest boys both suffer losses on the hardwood; Wildcats’ season over
Mount Si High School’s girls’ basketball season came to an end yesterday with one last loss in the Kingco 4A playoffs. The Wildcats early on held the lead against the Skyline Spartans in the loser-out game at Redmond High School, but the Spartans, behind top sophomore Kailey Kassuba, rallied and handed Mount Si the 57-44 defeat which ends the Wildcats’ season at 5-17. Senior Elizabeth Prewitt, playing in her last high school basketball game before going to the University of Puget Sound this fall, scored 15 points to lead Mount Si. Sophomore Hayden Frederick paced the efforts with 10. Frederick finished the season scoring in double figures in two out of the final three games of the campaign, a good sign for her as this offseason now begins. Kassuba scored a game-high 20 points to lead Skyline, who advances to another loser-out game next week. Maddie Adamson pitched in 11 to aid the Spartans, who shot a decent 43% from the floor in the contest. Prewitt and Madi Bevens are the lone senior losses from Mount Si this spring, so the team will have many of its players returning, led by Frederick, Emma Smith and Annie Hiebert.
Athletes of the Week for 2-11
Mount Si girls hoops takes critical step forward in rebuilding – earning trip to playoffs – with Senior Night win
Mount Si High School’s girls’ basketball team has been working hard all season to take the next steps in the program’s long rebuilding process. While the wins have been at a bit of a premium this season, the fact that eight teams make it to postseason made this year’s goal of making it to the conference tournament very attainable. And this past Friday night, the Wildcats were able to take that big critical step, and lock up a playoff slot.
Senior Elizabeth Prewitt celebrated her Senior Night in style, scoring 16 points to lead all scorers as the Wildcats defeated Newport 54-43 at Mount Si High School for their third conference win of the season. Newport only has one conference win thus far this winter, so Mount Si is now two games ahead of the Knights for last place in the league with one game left – Tuesday at Woodinville. The Wildcats are currently in seventh place overall in the league.
It’s a doubleheader night of hoops for Mount Si High School’s boys and girls, with the Wildcats on the road here’s a look and our thoughts on the contests…
Good Friday morning, folks. Time for our segment with previews and picks for the high school hoops. Mount Si is at Inglemoor with both boys and girls playing at the same places back to back tonight.
In the news this morning….
Here’s our Monday package of news stories: Mount Si basketball splits at Newport. Mount Si High School’s boys’ and girls’ basketball teams traveled to Newport High School in Bellevue this past Friday and played the Knights. Here’s results:
Girls rally for win: Mount Si turned it on offensively in the second half, rallying from a halftime deficit to beat the Knights 49-46 for their first conference win under new head coach Taylor Bass. The Wildcats trailed 24-15 at the half, but scored 17 points each in the third and fourth quarters to close out with the win. Elizabeth Prewitt led the way for Mount Si with 18 points, while Madi Bevens added 13 to pace scarlet and gray. Annie Hiebert had 12 rebounds as the Wildcats outrebounded the Knights 41-39 in the contest. Alexa Hsia scored 12 points and added eight rebounds to lead Newport. 

The girls were in San Diego for the SoCal Holiday Prep Classic in San Diego Tournament, playing strong and wildcat proud ! These photos are from our Disneyland day off and having a blast at the "Happiest Place on Earth!" Visit our Facebook Page to download these pictures.

Mount Si falls in weekend game at girls’ hoops tournament
Mount Si High School’s girls’ basketball team will be wrapping up play today at the SoCal Holiday Prep Classic in San Diego, with a morning matchup for third place in their division against a team from Arizona.
Back on Saturday, the Wildcats fell to Maranatha of Pasadena, CA, 61-47. Elizabeth Prewitt led the way for Mount Si, scoring 14 points and recording nine rebounds, but the Wildcats struggled from the floor, hitting only 29% from the floor and 50% from the foul line. Mount Si was also outrebounded 47-31 by the California team in the contest.
Madi Bevens added 12 to pace the Wildcats. Channon Fluker carried her Maranatha team on her back in the game, recording a double-double of a game-high 30 points and 13 rebounds to lead the winners. Noelle Oki added 12 points and eight rebounds to aid Maranatha.
Athletes of the Week for 12-31, plus women’s college hoops news
MOUNT SI – Senior CeOna Duggins gets this week’s nod off of her 10-point effort last Friday night helping the Wildcats win their first game under new head coach Taylor Bass, scoring that victory over a California opponent at the SoCal Holiday Prep Classic in San Diego. Duggins has provided a nice contribution to Mount Si this season, her first with the program after she transferred from Garfield High School in Seattle. The Wildcats will wrap up their tournament action tomorrow in southern California, then will return home –and to the Kingco schedule – this Saturday night meeting Skyline at 6:30 p.m. at MSHS.
Putting it all together: Mount Si girls offense starts clicking despite tough opposition
by SETH TRUSCOTT,  Snoqualmie Valley Record Editor Dec 23, 2014 at 11:33AM
Mount Si’s girls basketball team can bring good offense. And they can bring hot defense. Now, they just need to put it all together. The Wildcat girls nearly had the Issaquah Eagles last Wednesday, Dec. 17, before a cold third quarter slowed things. Issaquah finished, 62-47. Senior Elizabeth Prewitt was the Wildcat’s top scorer, putting up 18 points, including several three-point long shots. Fellow senior Madi Bevens scored 10 points. The Wildcats tried hard in the last half to walk a line between pressuring Issaquah and avoiding fouls, but still getting calls. “We were trying to be aggressive,” Prewitt said. “A big lesson is know when to foul, try to avoid it.” She did her best to rain threes as the clock counted down, adding a couple in the second half. CONTINUE
Wildcats struggle against Inglemoor
December 18, 2014 By Sam Kenyon

The Inglemoor Vikings made use of a serious size advantage in their 70-32 win over the Mount Si Wildcats girls basketball team. The Wildcats fought hard on Dec. 12, especially junior Annie Hiebert who was forced to defend opponents much bigger than her. “She’s a fighter in the post,” said Taylor Bass, the new head coach. “And we need that.” Sophomore guard Emma Smith had the team’s high score with eight, including two three pointers. Senior Madi Bevens, who plays wing, scored five points, including one three pointer. New player, senior CeOna Duggins also chipped in five points on the night.

It was a tough matchup from the start with the Wildcats being down 30-11 at the end of the first quarter. Inglemoor’s defense forced a lot of turnovers from the Wildcats. CONTINUE
By Calder Productions
Annie Hiebert, Mount Si High School junior post, is fouled battling two Inglemoor Vikings for a defensive rebound during the second quarter of their Dec. 12 basketball game.
Wildcat girls drop to 0-5 with loss to Bothell, but team showing signs of improvement, plus other action from the ladies’ hardwood
Mount Si High School’s girls’ basketball team welcomed in Bothell last night. Coming into this matchup, it looked like a tall order for the Wildcats – the Cougars came in undefeated and ranked in the top 10 by the Associated Press for Washington state high school 4A girls’ basketball. The game certainly started out that way thanks to Bothell star sophomore Taya Corosdale, who scored 23 of her game-high 26 points in the first half alone. But, the Wildcat defense shut down Corosdale in the second half, and in turn, shut down the Cougars in general, allowing the game to finish out a little more competitively than first anticipated.
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