When his team gathered for its first regular season meeting last week, Skyline head football coach Mat Taylor wanted to make one thing clear to his players: Games are won on the field, not on paper.
A famous quote from Mark Twain states “golf is a good walk spoiled.”
As the summer wears on, I’m starting to think there’s more and more truth to the statement — just substitute “cart ride” for “walk.”
Fists raised in the air and index fingers pointed skyward, the Eastlake 10- and 11-year-old all star baseball team rushed the mound to form a huddle at Auburn’s Sunset Park on Saturday afternoon. For the second straight year, the group from Sammamish celebrated a state title, this time coming from behind to down South Kitsap Western, 9-7.
Tired, worn down, out of gas.
However Lakeside Senior American Legion coach Rob Reese wanted to word it, there was no denying his pitching staff didn’t have much left after last weekend’s Region 1 tournament at Bellevue’s Bannerwood Park.
Take one step into Issaquah’s TAJ Collision Center and the importance of family is abundantly clear.
Nearly 60 years of history in the automotive industry proudly adorns the walls in form of photos, drawings and newspaper clippings.