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MUSTANGS WIN 11-6 OVER EASTLAKE

In their first game in over two years of donning the Green and Gold, the Mustang seniors led the way in a decisive varsity victory over the crosstown Eastlake Wolves, 11-6. Specifically, Ryan Rembisz, the LHP Portland Pilot commit, struck out 10 in under 5 innings of work while Colin Curry, a Seattle U commit,

Boys Varsity Basketball Preview 20-21

The Redmond Mustangs Boys Basketball team will look to maintain the momentum built during last year’s campaign, a highly successful season that saw them win the KingCo Crown division and accumulate more regular season victories (in any year)¬† in more than a decade. The team returns its talented and much heralded “All-Miller” backcourt, as senior

Cross Country Battles Eastlake at Hartman Park

On Wednesday, March 10th on a sunny day at Hartman Park, the Redmond Mustangs cross country teams raced against the Eastlake Wolves. On the girls side, the defending state champion Mustangs faced an improved Eastlake team. Though Mustang seniors Chloe Connolly (20:20:00) and Lili Hargreaves (20:23:90) took first and second respectively, the varsity team fell

Tennis in the Swing of Things

Redmond High School Boys Tennis has had a great two first days on the newly renovated courts, working in 40+ players to determine ranking and team. The initial varsity roster is mostly set with only a few spots left up for grabs. Coaches Rowley, Borgen, Dinello, and Bailie have worked hard to keep the large

Day 1 In the Books

With over 55 girls taking the field for the first day of women’s soccer at RHS, smiles ruled the day. Though the competition in tryouts was fierce, much fun and laughter were had. Coaches ran a scrimmage format as they evaluated the play of the girls throughout the evening. With only one week before the

FOOTBALL KICKS OFF FALL SPORTS AT RHS

The long wait is over as athletics have officially returned to the campus of Redmond High School. The green and gold will again be worn as athletes prepare for competition. With the honor first is the football program as it begins its five week season with practice on February 24th. These seniors have anxiously awaited