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Working mother says she did not start out to become an endurance athlete.
Two Mercer Island High School tennis players recently competed in the USTA Pacific Northwest Sectional tournament in Oregon.
Sports reporter Megan Managan to head new section at Snohomish County 'Beacon.'
Premier Periodontics has opened a new office on Mercer Island. The company, which specializes in all areas of periodontics, has offices in Bellevue and Kirkland, and now has added Mercer Island to its list of local communities.
The Islanders won their fourth straight state title last November, after an undefeated season.
The Islanders won the 3A state title last spring, and had an undefeated regular season.
The Islanders finished the season with a 6-4 record, one win away from making the playoffs.
The Islanders finished in third place at the KingCo tournament last October.
The Islander girls team finished 10th in the 3A state competition last November. The girls team also finished fifth at the SeaKing District meet, while the boys finished in ninth place.
The Islanders won both the KingCo and SeaKing titles last fall. The team finished seventh overall at the 3A state tournament.
The Islanders finished the state tournament in fourth place, after tying Bellevue for a co-league championship earlier in the season.
The Islanders won three straight must-win matches in the KingCo tournament to advance to the 3A state tournament. The team lost in the first round of the state tournament.
The Eastside FC girls U10 soccer team recently competed in the Snohomish Bigfoot tournament.
The Mercer Island FC U14 boys select soccer team recently competed in and won the Puyallup Valley Kick-off tournament over Labor Day weekend.
The Mercer Island girls basketball program will be hosting several tune-up sessions before the season begins later this fall.
Mercer Island fourth grader Anika Hammerstrom, a student at West Mercer Elementary, recently competed in the USATF National Junior Olympic Track and Field championships in North Carolina.
Standing at 10,781 feet, at the summit of Mount Baker, Sam Peterson and his father, Charlie, had reached their goal. Upon getting back down the mountain, the duo realized they’d far surpassed their second goal of the trip — fundraising.
Three Mercer Island residents recently traveled to Oklahoma City for the kayak and canoe Sprint National championships.
The 17th annual Seattle Escape the Rock triathlon will be held on Sunday, Sept. 8, on Mercer Island.