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Mount Si High School
8651 Meadowbrook Way SE
Snoqualmie, WA 98065
 
Main Office:
(425) 831-8100
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John Belcher
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Greg Hart
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2014 SEASON NEWS - Mount Si High School Baseball
MSHS WILDCAT BASEBALL
Mount Si baseball closes out regular season with come-from-behind win
Evan Johnson’s bases-loaded single in the bottom of the sixth inning scored two runs, helping Mount Si’s baseball team rally from a 3-1 deficit and score a 4-3 win to close out the regular season over the Liberty Patriots at Liberty High School in Renton. The game had originally been scheduled for Mount Si High School’s field, but was moved to Liberty due to weather.
Carson Breshears, Jason Brown and Chris Solomon also had hits for the Wildcats, as Mount Si got set for the playoffs – and a first-round matchup against the Patriots – with the victory. Colin Brown pitched a complete game, giving up all three Liberty runs – only one of which was earned – on just four hits. Brown struck out three.
Mount Si opened the scoring with a run in the first, then the Patriots scored a run in the third to tie things. Liberty scored twice in the fifth, with a Connor Wray groundout and Loren Archibald single both driving in a run each, before the Wildcats’ aforementioned rally in the sixth.
The Patriots put the tying run on base with a walk to Nate Steffens, but Colin Brown retired the next three Liberty hitters in a row to close things out.
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Mount Si, Cedarcrest baseball teams play well, with mixed results
Mount Si High School’s baseball team fell in a close one last night on the road to Lake Washington. LW scored runs in the fifth and sixth innings to break a 1-1 tie and hand the Wildcats a 3-1 loss at Lee Johnson Field in Kirkland. Both pitchers pitched well, with LW starter John Lyon out-dueling Mount Si’s Colin Brown. Both pitched complete games, with Lyon giving up one run on six hits in seven innings, with three strikeouts, and Brown giving up three runs, also on six hits, with just two of the runs earned, striking out one.
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Huschle, Johnson pace Mount Si baseball in home shutout of Sammamish
Mount Si’s baseball team closed out the week yesterday at home against Sammamish, getting a strong pitching performance en route to a blanking of the Totems. Alden Huschle pitched six strong innings, giving up just one hit and striking out four as the Wildcats rolled to the 7-0 victory. Evan Johnson went 2-4 with a triple and three RBI’s as Mount Si closed out the week with three wins.
“Alden threw really well on the mound and came out, threw six great innings and then Isaac (Mullins) came in and shut the door,” Mount Si coach Zach Habben said. Mullins pitched the seventh, giving up one hit and striking out two to close things out on the mound for the Wildcats. The coach added praise for the whole team. “Guys battled, played great defense, and all around, we played a great game,” Habben said.
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Another big night offensively for Mount Si baseball as Wildcats win third straight
Mount Si’s baseball team once again brought out the lumber last night, scoring another blowout win, their third straight. Carson Breshears went 2-3 with a triple, three runs scored and three runs batted in, as the Wildcats used an eight-run first inning to roll over the Juanita Rebels 11-1 at Lee Johnson Field in Kirkland. The game lasted just five innings due to the ten-run rule. Mount Si, in their three wins since falling last Monday at Bellevue, has outscored opponents 33-2, and big innings have been a focal part of that.
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Kafer pitches two-hitter to help Bellevue hand Mount Si baseball road loss
Mount Si’s baseball team ran into a real tough pitcher yesterday, being held to two hits in a shutout loss to the Bellevue Wolverines at Bellevue High School. Nick Kafer pitched that complete game two-hitter, helping Bellevue defeat the Wildcats 2-0. Kafer walked two and struck out six as the Wolverines posted a key league win over a Mount Si team that was coming off a dramatic win last Friday over Lake Washington. Evan Johnson and Drew Cotto had the hits for the Wildcats, while Bellevue had hits and RBI’s each from Kafer and Zack Rossman to lead things offensively for the Wolverines.
Both Bellevue runs were scored in the second off of Mount Si starter Colin Brown; Kafer hit a sacrifice fly to score Chandler Hawk, who had reached base earlier in the frame with a double, and Rossman’s single scored Robby Lundquist. Brown pitched a complete game as well, giving up both runs on just four hits, striking out two. Mount Si is at Mercer Island under the lights tomorrow at Island Crest Park.
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A dramatic day on the diamond ends in dramatic fashion for Mount Si baseball with walk-off blast
The fans who came to watch yesterday’s key Kingco 3A baseball matchup at Mount Si High School between the Wildcats and Lake Washington Kangaroos likely were expecting a well-played, intense ballgame between two teams jockeying for position in the top half of the conference standings. That’s exactly what they got, and the finish was quite the fitting one to be sure. With a man on in the bottom of the seventh, one out and Mount Si trailing 4-3, senior Evan Johnson took a pitch from LW reliever Jake Masters and crushed it over the left field fence for a walk-off home run to give the Wildcats a dramatic 5-4 victory to give scarlet and gray its second straight win.
The homer was Johnson’s second this season and capped off a 2-3 day which also saw him score two runs in addition to driving in the two runs on the fateful blast. Pitcher Zach Usselman was the beneficiary, pitching a complete game, giving up all four runs – three earned – on seven hits, striking out nine. “First couple of innings were a little rocky and then I got dialed in towards the end,” the Bellevue College-bound pitcher/catcher said, as he moved to 4-0 this season. His coach offered praise. “Usselman threw very, very well and competed the whole game; (he) battled the whole time,” Mount Si head man Zach Habben said.
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Wildcat baseball scores early and often to defeat Sammamish
Mount Si’s baseball team scored four quick runs in the first inning, then cruised from there to score an 8-1 win over the Sammamish Totems yesterday at Sammamish High School in Bellevue. Tanner Simpson pitched six strong innings to get the win on the mound for Mount Si; he gave up the one run – earned – on three hits, striking out three. Alex Adams pitched the seventh and gave up one hit and struck out one. Brock Johnson led the way for Mount Si, going 3-3 with two runs scored and three runs batted in; his single in the first was the big hit in that frame helping the Wildcats take their 4-0 lead out of the gate. He also doubled later in the contest. Carson Breshears went 2-4 with a run scored and run batted in to also pace Mount Si, who also had two hits each from both Zach Usselman and Drew Cotto.
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Baseball team is 2-1 in KingCo play after loss to Interlake
April 9, 2014 By Staff - SnoValleyStar.com
After overpowering Juanita 3-1 on April 4, the Mount Si High School baseball team stumbled and lost, 6-3, to Interlake on April 7 in a game at the Bellevue High School. After the lost, the Wildcats dropped to 2-1 in KingCo competition and 5-3 for the season.
Interlake scored two in the first inning, Mount Si scored one run in the second inning and two in the third. The Wildcats couldn’t maintain their lead, surrendering another two runs in the third inning. The Saints added the final two runs in the sixth inning. CONTINUE
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Mount Si Baseball Fundraiser Night - A Grand Slam! Event goers enjoyed the new format including: Live music, dancing, Texas Hold'em and Blackjack, a silent auction, great food, local craft beer/wine and the night was not complete without a try at the Hammerschlagen table, which proved to be a popular area late into the evening. We want to thank everyone who volunteered their time and a special thanks to the sponsors who donated product and services that greatly added to the bottom line.  Those sponsors include:  Fall City Masonic Lodge #66, Ana's Mexican Restaurant, Snoqualmie Brewery, Ry Akana / Po'okela Street Band and Waterbrook Wine.  Additional thanks to the 100+ supporters in attendance and all those who provided great items for the silent auction! Thanks to everyone for this great ANNUAL event! See you all again next year! Go Cats!
MSHS WILDCAT BASEBALL
A memorable day for Mount Si Wildcat baseball at Safeco once again with two-hit shutout win
MSHS WILDCAT BASEBALL
Wildcats baseball team wins, 4-0, at Baseball Classic at Safeco; loses game, 8-6, at Bothell
March 26, 2014 By Staff - SnoValleyStar.com
The Breshears family started and ended the Safeco High School Baseball Classic March 23 in Seattle. Mount Si defeated Newport 4-0. Polly Breshears, president of the booster club and mother of senior shortstop Carson Breshears, threw the ceremonial first pitch at the Mariners stadium. Like other moms of seniors at the game, she was presented with a bouquet of flowers. Carson Breshears spearheaded the game-ending double play when he caught a line drive and then flipped the ball to Tanner Simpson who got the out at second base. The timing was impeccable. Newport had the bases loaded and one out when Breshears grabbed the line drive. CONTINUE
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Wildcats save the best for last to open baseball season with rout of Peninsula
Mount Si High School’s baseball team opened the season in style yesterday, with a late-game offensive burst that allowed the Wildcats to make quick work of Peninsula. Mount Si scored all of their runs in the final three innings as they blasted the Seahawks 10-0 at Peninsula High School in Purdy in a game that went just six innings due to the 10-run mercy rule. Colin Brown did it all, both at the plate and on the mound, for the Wildcats. Brown pitched five strong innings, giving up just two hits while striking out four to get the win. Alex Adams pitched the sixth and closed things out for Mount Si.
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Fast legs, big bats are Mount Si baseball’s advantage - 2014 preview
Mar 18, 2014 at 12:53PM - Snoqualmie Valley Record
Cages and gyms are OK in rainy weather. But the soft-spoken, athletic Mount Si junior Carson Breshears was clearly ready for some spring sunshine and real ball. “The guys are ready to get after it,” said Breshears, who took the field on a warm Tuesday afternoon with the varsity for practice in the sun. “It’s good to get on the actual field and play live.” Breshears will be at the top of the lineup for the Wildcats, then doff his helmet for his second season at shortstop. After a fourth-place finish at state last season, this team wants to do better. Breshears sees a lot of depth on both varsity and JV. “I think we’ll be good for years to come,” he said. Mount Si has several varsity returners to rely on. Among seniors, vet Zach Usselman is back as catcher, Evan Johnson will hold down right field, Wyatt Baker returns to center field, and Tanner Simpson is back at second base. The rest of the positions were up for grabs as of last week. Head coach Zach Habben will also see how things shake down on the mound, so the battery right now is fluid. CONTINUE
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Loss of pitchers may pinch Wildcats’ win streak
March 12, 2014 By Sam Kenyon - SnoValleyStar.com
Wildcat baseball graduated 10 seniors last season. This year, in order to meet the team’s goal of earning the number one seed for the fourth year in a row, Mount Si baseball will have to rebuild.
“We’ll have younger guys step up and get the job done,” said head coach Zach Habben. Last season the Wildcats went 18-6 overall. To do at least as well this year, they need to shore up their bullpen because many of the players they lost were pitchers. “We’re really looking for guys to step up and fill those roles this year,” said Habben. Continue
 
 
 
 
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