Eastside Bulldogs football team is looking forward to the 2016 season
The 2016 Summer Olympic games may have wrapped up, but that doesn't necessarily mean the Olympians will be disappearing just yet.
Sportswriter Shaun Scott discusses his affinity for the Seattle Mariners
Islanders Kendall Riley and Camryn Steiner helped the Eastside FC G99 Red team win its U18 division at the San Diego Surf Cup, which took place July 30 through Aug. 1.
It may have taken a little bit longer than expected, but things finally came around for the Mercer Island Rockers.
The Mercer Island FC GU15 Thunder finished off its summer tournament season with a first-place finish in the Federal Way Blast Off tournament, which took place Aug. 5-7.
Andrew Evans has competed in the racing world since he was eight years old
Bothell resident Tyree Bell has transformed himself courtesy of a diligent workout routine
Two Mercer Island Little League All-Star teams recently wrapped deep postseason runs in state tournament competition.
Islander Kayla Lee made it to the medal stand at the Junior Olympic national championships, which took place July 25 through July 31 in Sacramento.
The sport of football hasn't been without its share of negative press the last few years, particularly regarding player safety.
As August's fall football camp approaches, expectations are high for the Washington Huskies. A preseason Pac-12 media day poll predicted Washington will finish runner-up to Stanford in the Pac-12 North standings, leapfrogging the likes of division rivals Oregon and Washington State.
Members of the 2016 Mercer Island High School boys varsity golf team capped a summer trip to Scotland by winning the American High School Golf Championships at St. Andrews, which took place July 9 through 16.
When 14-year-old Ellie Bailey began competing in the 400 meters three months ago, she told her mom she was going to qualify for nationals in the event.
Athletes for Kids, a youth mentoring program that matches children who have special needs with high school athletes in East King County, was named an Expert Partner by Mentoring Works Washington.
Fifteen Mercer Island lacrosse alumni joined forces in Vail, Colorado over the Fourth of July weekend to participate in the Vail Lacrosse Tournament as members of Team TW-21. The Vail tournament is widely regarded as the most prestigious annual club lacrosse tournament in the world. Most teams in the tournament are composed of alumni from NCAA Division I-III programs and team TW-21 was the only team in the field of 18 that was composed primarily of alumni from a single high school.
The Mercer Island FC Girls U15 Thunder won its division title at the Kent Cornucopia tournament, beating Kitsap County's Silver FC 2-1 in the GU15 championship final on July 10 in Kent.
The Mercer Island FC Maroon girls soccer team claimed the top spot in its GU16 division at the Kent Cornucopia tournament, which was held July 8-10 in Kent.
The Mercer Island 9-10 All-Stars took home the District 9 crown, beating Sammamish 9-1 in the championship final on July 10 at South Mercer Playfields.
Soccer and travel were two passions that helped define the late Steve Newman, the former longtime Mercer Island High School boys soccer coach who passed away in the fall of 2012.