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Crew members raise the White Big Top, the venue of the upcoming show, “Cavalia: A Magical Encounter Between Human and Horse,” VIDEO ONLINE www.redmond-reporter.com at Marymoor Park Thursday afternoon. Created by Normand Latourelle, one of the co-founders of Cirque du Soleil, Cavalia is a lavish orchestration of equestrian and performing arts. The large-scale production features 38 acrobats, aerialists, dancers, musicians and riders and 45 horses from around the world. The show runs Jan. 24-Feb. 5. For tickets, call 1-866-999-8111 or visit www.cavalia.net. See story, PAGE 14. CHAD COLEMAN, Redmond Reporter
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Relationship filled with allegations of abuse, neglect MATT PHELPS AND CARRIE WOOD Reporter Newspapers
Authorities have not ruled out any theories as they continue searching for missing 2-year-old Sky Metalwala. The investigation has also largely focused on the boy’s parents, Julia Biryukova and Solomon Metalwala,
who were nearing the end of a bitter divorce and custody battle just weeks before their son disappeared. This is the second story in a two-part series that examines the neglect and abuse the couple alleged against each other. The first part examined the parents’ contentious marital history.
PSYCHIATRIC ISSUES While living in their Kirkland home, located in the South Rose Hill neighborhood, neighbors said the couple was very friendly. “Solomon is a very kind man,” former neighbor Nicolas Collins told [ more COUPLE page 10 ]
ONLINE Solomon Metalwala awarded custody of Sky’s older sister, Maile. To read story, go to www. redmond-reporter. com
Redmond Fire Department investigators have officially ruled the cause of the fatal New Year’s Day apartment fire as “undetermined.” But investigators were able to determine that the fire was not caused by cigarette or marijuana ashes, according to the city’s assistant fire marshal. This week’s announcement ends a nearly one-year thorough investigation of the fire that broke out on a groundlevel unit at the Sammamish Ridge Apartments and took the lives of a beloved father and his four sons. “It’s frustrating, but that’s where we are at,” Assistant Fire Marshal Lynn Sjolander said Tuesday morning of the investigation’s findings. “It’s a process of elimination and we determined, it’s undetermined.” David Thompson and his four sons — ranging in ages from 2 to 12 — died from smoke inhalation after flames engulfed Building 3 of the apartment complex at 14820 Redmond Way, at around 2:30 a.m. Jan. 1. Thompson’s wife, Lily Reasor, was the only one from the family to survive. While the cause of the fire is unknown, investigators were able to eliminate a scenario — reported by the Seattle Times in a Jan. 2 story — that the fire was caused by cigarette or marijuana ashes, Sjolander said. “We ruled that out,” he said. “That didn’t play into the cause at all.” Investigators also ruled out any sort of electrical malfunction caused the fire, Sjolander said. Redmond Fire investigators recently received the testing results from wiring
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City Council postpones decision on Group Health development SAMANTHA PAK email@example.com
On Tuesday evening, the Redmond City Council
postponed its scheduled vote on the development plan for a 28-acre piece of land in the Overlake neighborhood that is owned by Group Health
Cooperative (GHC). The decision followed a public hearing during which nearly two dozen individuals voiced their
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unhealthy and will not need to be replaced. Bill Biggs, vice president of administrative services for GHC, said GHC, City of Redmond and other parties involved have worked on the project for about two and a half years and thought about all the issues they face, including the onsite trees. He said their proposal outlines a tree-mitigation plan with a 3-to-1 ratio and the mitigation trees would be planted beforehand. However, these new trees would be planted offsite, which is another concern as a few commenters said the new vegetation should benefit the local area. Lisk said the new trees would be planted in city parks, on city-owned land or on privately owned land with nature growth easements that the city has rights to. All three categories of land would be permanently protected from future development.
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concerns. Because of the amount of comments and information they have recently received, Council members voted unanimously to extend the public hearing at least through next week's meeting on Dec. 13. At the Dec. 13 meeting, Council can take action to approve the plan, not approve it or continue the public hearing again. Dennis Lisk, the associate planner for City of Redmond leading the project, said city staff will continue to take feedback from the public until Tuesday's meeting and anyone with questions, comments or concerns can e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org. The majority of commenters at Tuesday's meeting addressed the potential removal of the 1,000-plus trees located on the former hospital site. Robert Berg with Sustainable Redmond, a grassroots organization whose mission is to encourage sustainability within the city through its citizens, businesses and
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School board chooses Pierce as preferred candidate for new superintendent events, but the district will also hold its own. She added that this as well as The Lake Washington a final vote on hiring will School District (LWSD) not take place until early board of directors voted next year, after the holiday unanimously at Monday’s season. meeting to put forward Dr. Traci Pierce The new superintenDr. Traci Pierce as its predent will replace Dr. Chip ferred candidate for the Kimball, who will become district’s new superintendent. superintendent of the Singapore Pierce, the deputy superintendent American School on July 1, 2012. of instructional services for LWSD, Pierce said the formal interview has not been hired yet, but the board process began at the end of October plans to hold a series of meet-andand beginning of November — about greet events to introduce her to the a month and a half after Kimball community and ask for public input. announced he would be leaving — Board President Jackie Pendbut she didn’t learn about the board’s ergrass said at the meeting that decision until Monday’s meeting. city mayors within the district “I’m thrilled. I’m very excited,” she are willing to host some of these said. “I have a love for this district.” SAMANTHA PAK
Pierce said the process included submitting a resume, making a presentation to the board and interviewing with trustees individually. She was also interviewed by the board of directors as a whole a couple of times — each time for several hours. District trustees decided to initially to look for an internal candidate because continuity and a smooth transition will be important to have when Kimball leaves as LWSD has a number of initiatives in place that will come to fruition next year. These initiatives include a grade reconfiguration and the opening of a new science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) school. The district also conducted a community survey to learn what the public wanted in the new su-
perintendent and one of the most important qualities mentioned was the ability to lead without losing momentum on these initiatives. Pierce is already very familiar with the two big changes in the district as she is “deeply steeped” in the work involving the grade reconfiguration and the new STEM school. Though she knows if she is hired, her plate will become much more full. “(The grade reconfiguration and STEM school) are just two of the many important things we have in the works and need to move forward,” she said. Pierce has been with the district for 17 years and her experience in the various positions she’s held were several points in her favor. “There is not a position that she
hasn’t held in the district, it seems,” said board member Nancy Bernard. Pierce, who lives in Sammamish but in the Issaquah School District boundaries, has spent her entire career with LWSD. Pierce received a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Washington (UW), and said the first time she considered a career in education was in the second grade. The daughter of two teachers, she said she remembers both good and not-so-good teachers. Pierce said with the latter, she would think to herself that she could do a better job if she was a teacher. “Education has always been a passion for me,” she said.
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Holiday spirit shines bright at Redmond Lights festival
Last Saturdayâ€™s Redmond Lights festival brought in an estimated crowd of 15,000. The event featured various entertainers at City Hall such as the Redmond Chorale (right). There was also a variety of entertainment at Redmond Town Center. SAMANTHA PAK,
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The cityâ€™s annual Redmond Lights festival gets bigger every year and with estimates of a 15,000-strong crowd, Saturdayâ€™s event was no exception. From the tree lighting ceremony and Luminary Walk, to musical entertainment and some of the best chili in town, to a candy cane hunt and a visit from Santa Claus himself, there was something for everyone. Lisa Rhodes, event and marketing administrator for the City of Redmond, said it is â€œamazingâ€? how many people come out to enjoy the festivities. â€œIt just keeps growing,â€? she said about the eventâ€™s attendance as well as its volunteer staff. This is Rhodesâ€™ third year involved in planning Redmond Lights and she said she is very grateful for all the support she and her staff have received from the community. She added that
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www.redmond-reporter.com [ LIGHTS from page 4] A lifelong Redmond resident, the mayor said one of his favorite things about Redmond Lights is reconnecting with old friends. â€œI like seeing people that I havenâ€™t seen in a while,â€? he said, adding that this includes his childhood friendsâ€™ parents. David Morton, who lives in unincorporated King County just outside of Redmond, has attended Redmond Lights almost every year and said he still
remembers his first time. He said the tree lighting only had about 50 people â€” quite a difference from this yearâ€™s blockbuster attendance. â€œHardly anyone was out there at the time,â€? he said. Morton spent more than 30 minutes in line for samples from local restaurants and said when the event started, sample sizes were quite large but the portions have gotten smaller each year to accommodate the growing crowd. Redmond resident
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Neville Wylie attended the event for the first time on Saturday and she said she liked how it brought so many people out to celebrate the holiday season. â€œItâ€™s good to bring everybody together,â€? he said. This was also Mattâ€™s Rotisseries & Oyster Loungeâ€™s first year at Redmond Lights â€” at least as one of the contestants in the festivalâ€™s ever-popular Chili
Cook-off, which expanded this year to include local businesses. The contest was all in good fun, but the Redmond Town Center restaurantâ€™s employees admitted theyâ€™re a competitive bunch. Although food is their business, Mackenzie Huston said this didnâ€™t really give Mattâ€™s an edge as they were up against city agencies, like the police and fire
December 9, 2011  departments that serve the public. â€œWe are losing,â€? she said with a laugh while serving samples. â€œWho doesnâ€™t love the fire department and the police?â€? The other contestants in the cook-off were Redmond City Council and local business Taste of Amazing. Despite the contestâ€™s expansion, Redmond fire came out on top for the
third year in a row. â€œIt feels good,â€? said cook Paul Atkinson about the fire departmentâ€™s continuing winning streak. He added that their chili recipe has remained the same all three years. While everyone enjoys the competition, he said â€œitâ€™s all about the fun,â€? adding that there wasnâ€™t a bad chili among the competitors.
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hen I started as publisher of the Redmond Reporter in August of 2007, little did I know how sad it would be to say goodbye four years later. The paper was in quite a transition when I started. The King County Journal daily newspaper and all it's community papers (including Redmond Reporter) had recently been acquired by Sound Publishing. No one really knew what to expect. Thank you Redmond for being patient with us as we reinvented ourselves and found a way to stay relevant to the needs of this community. I'll never forget the first irate call I got from a reader. It was from an 86-year-old lady living in Emerald Heights and she was furious that we had not run the sudoku puzzle that week. I had to assure her that it was only pulled because we had a late breaking bank robbery and it would be back the following weeks. Then there were the readers who called to find out why they had not received their paper that week, or why they had received a paper. Either way there was never a really good answer. However, the calls, e-mails and letters I loved to get were those telling us what a great job we had done covering a particular issue or event. I don’t think folks realize that our news team consists of an editor and only two reporters. With that very small staff we are able to cover sports, schools, local government, the business
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community as well as breaking news stories. In addition, our four-person sales and production team does an amazing job of procuring advertisers and producing ads. They are a hard working crew and I can't thank them enough for making me look good every week. During my time here at the Reporter, the staff produced award-winning editorials and advertisements. The thing I enjoyed most about joining the Redmond Reporter was the welcome I received from the Redmond community when I started as the new publisher. It was not very long before I joined the board of the Greater Redmond Chamber of Commerce. From there I connected with all the local business and civic leaders. They are a passionate group of people who truly want to see Redmond continue to thrive and are looking for ways to improve how we grow as a community. Partnering with the City of Redmond as a sponsor of Redmond Lights, as well as sponsoring
Movies at Marymoor were a few of the important events each year. However, the event I am most proud of is our annual Women in Business networking event, which we sponsor along with Redmond Town Center, I-Pic Theatre and Trade Chic. It grew from a featured section in the paper, into an annual event attended by 80-plus women. What made the event extra special is that it benefited the YWCA Working Wardrobe program. Looking back, it's been a great experience, and prepared me for the next phase of my life, which is running my own family business. Thank you so much to my amazing staff who always rose up to all challenges. Thank you to my boss for allowing me to run this paper as if it were my own business. And finally thank you Redmond for embracing me and allowing me to grow with you. I will miss you all. Andrea Southern will be leaving the Redmond Reporter after four years as the publisher.
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nity, a state, which fails to meet these critical safety needs of our citizens? What does this say about our care and concern for our neighbors if therapy and legal advocacy services for these victims of crime are not available? What if they were not available for your loved one? Sixty-three percent of the victims of sexual assault and abuse KCSARC helps are under the age 18. There has never been a greater need for services, and even with current funding KCSARC cannot assist all those who need help. Criminal sexual assault cases in King County now take 18-24 months to be resolved (up from previously 12-18 months). This greatly increases the strain on victims and families. Sexual assault and domestic violence services are a critical element in public safety. Mary Ellen Stone, Rev. Marvin Eckfeldt
ur governor and state legislators are faced with the difficult task of preparing a balanced budget and are calling for extreme cuts in government services to match the income shortfall created by these tough economic times. There are some services, like public safety, that our tax dollars must support. Services to victims of sexual assault and domestic violence are part of our public safety network and benefit all of us. Community organizations which help sexual assault victims, such as King County Sexual Assault Resource Center (KCSARC) have a long history of providing services that increase public safety and save lives. Yet, the governor’s budget proposes a 20 percent reduction to state funding for sexual assault and domestic violence programs. Do we want to live in a commu-
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www.redmond-reporter.com [ FIRE from page 1] and electrical outlets sent to the Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) Forensics Laboratory in Maryland that determined the electrical samples were not the cause of the fire. The electrical samples taken from the wall by the master bathroom â€” where the fire started, according to Sjolander â€” was the last piece of evidence to be examined, Sjolander said. Other pieces of evidence were sent to the Washington State Patrol Crime Lab, where many causes were eliminated, but no one concrete cause could be determined, Sjolander said.
Building 3 at the Sammamish Ridge Apartments is almost completely rebuilt and should be open to rent by mid-February, according to the apartment complex resident manager. BILL CHRISTIANSON, Redmond Reporter â€œWe appreciate the efforts of all agencies outside of Redmond who were part of this response including the ATF, Washington State Patrol, and Seattle Po-
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Sjolander, who met with apartment staff on Monday, commended the â€œstrong sense of communityâ€? the apartment complex staff members and residents have shown in the wake of the tragic fire. He said the apartment community â€œbonded together like a family.â€? Teresa Lunsford, the apartment resident manager, said she is thankful for the efforts of investigators, including the Redmond fire and police departments. â€œNot knowing (the cause of the fire) is strange, but Iâ€™m settled with that,â€? she said Tuesday. â€œThe evidence was handled in the most professional way.
We are happy we are at this point.â€? But even though the investigation is over, the memories of that tragic night remain for Lunsford, who lives at the apartment complex, and other residents who were there the night of the fire. â€œThis has been a hard year,â€? Lunsford said. â€œThis has forever changed my life,â€? she said. Lunsford said she has watched first hand the demolition of the oncecharred Building 3 from her office window. The building is currently being
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during each of the last two years and; tÄ‡F$JUZPG,JSLMBOET sizable annexation from the district has further reduced revenues needed to pay for fire and medical services. Redmond fire chief Kevin Donnelly, who manages the fire districtâ€™s firefighters in addition to the City of Redmond firefighters, said the staff reductions at Station 13 will have â€œa minimal amount of risk to the community.â€? â€œThere will be trained firefighters there and they will respond to calls, but not with engines,â€? he said. â€œEngines will come from other stations.â€?
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Skyâ€™s parents faced financial issues before separating [ COUPLE from page 1] the Reporter. â€œVery soft spoken, what you see on TV is how he is.â€? He said he would mostly speak with Solomon, who was often outside doing yard work. He also saw Biryukova on occasion taking her daughter for a walk. â€œThey had a new baby and it was summer so she was not very comfortable,â€? Collins recalled. â€œIt was a stressful time but you deal with things. They had their moments when they were vocal but I havenâ€™t had neighbors that havenâ€™t had those times.â€? But according to Biryukova, the coupleâ€™s marriage began to break down in 2009 when she learned of their financial issues. â€œI learned about the extent of our debt from my husband when we were six months behind on paying our two mortgages, utilities, credit cards and all other bills,â€? she said in court documents. â€œThis is the time when my husbandâ€™s anger and his true character began to show.â€? Their Kirkland home was foreclosed in the fall of 2009 and they moved out. They then were forced to move back into the smaller Bellevue condo. Solomon claimed in court documents that Biryukova had psychological issues, which led to the breakdown of their relationship. In court records, Solomon said because Biryukova had obsessivecompulsive disorder and was bipolar in 2009, â€œliving with her was difficult before our separation.â€? He described some â€œunusual thingsâ€? he did to comply with the demands of her disease, including eating meals with his children outside his home to keep the apartment clean and
sleeping on the living room carpet or in his car. After the foreclosure, the couple and their two children moved back to the condo in Bellevue where neighbors complained about issues related to Biryukovaâ€™s condition. The general manager of the Astoria at Meydenbauer Bay Condominium Association, issued the couple a notice on June 29, 2009 stating they were in violation of noise regulations. The notice stated that other residents were disturbed by vacuuming noise inside the coupleâ€™s unit between 11-11:20 p.m. on June 27, 2009. This was their third citation, adding up to $300. Those around the couple had conflicting views of Biryukovaâ€™s condition, including her own psychiatrists. Her first psychiatrist put Biryukova on anti-depressants during her pregnancy with Sky, despite her objections. In court documents, Biryukova argued that her psychiatrist had a â€œhistory of prescribing powerful psychiatric medications to people who do not require them.â€? Biryukova was also hospitalized three times, twice involuntarily, for her mental-health issues. Other doctors would later disagree with the severity of her psychiatric issues. Dr. Stephen A. Sholl, a clinical psychologist in Seattle, said in a
July 2, 2010 statement: â€œAlthough Ms. Biryukova is dealing with a severe form of OCD, I do not believe that this interferes with her ability to be a compassionate, effective parent to her children.â€? In court records filed on Sept. 23, 2010, Julia declares: â€œI do not suffer from severe OCD and I never have.â€? A report provided to the court by a separate psychologist with 38 years experience found that Biryukova is â€œan intense young woman whose only interest is to provide a good life for her two children.â€? The issues with Biryukovaâ€™s mental state came to a head on March 10, 2010 when the couple officially separated, thanks to an incident involving police. According to a Bellevue police report, Biryukova made suicidal threats via text message to Solomon. He called police because she was home alone with 6-month-old Sky. Biryukova later stated at a psychiatric facility that she threatened suicide to get her husbandâ€™s attention, the documents state. She was then involuntarily committed at Overlake Hospital and then Navos in West Seattle. When she was admitted to Navos, she was found to have a Global Assessment of Functioning (GAF) score of 15. When she was released, she had a GAF score of 40. GAF is a numerical scale from 1-100 used to assess psychological
functioning of adults. A 15 meant that she was in danger of hurting herself or others; a 40 meant she has some impairment for daily activities. Upon her discharge from Navos, her husband and his brother took her to the University of Washington Medical Center, where she was voluntarily admitted. Solomon filed for divorce in June 2010. During her stay at the UW, their Bellevue condo foreclosed and Solomon moved into his motherâ€™s Kirkland home with the children.
ABUSE ALLEGATIONS Biryukova said that along with financial issues she had been the victim of domestic violence on three separate occasions. Witnesses corroborated her accusations of domestic violence. Biryukova also accused Solomon of beating both children with a wooden spoon. Sue Jewett, a lay pastor at City Church, stopped being the gobetween for the couple because it became too difficult, the documents said. The two women later claimed that they figured out why. After a November 2010 visit, â€œSky had a bright red mark on his lower back, hip and upper buttocks,â€? said Jewett in the documents. â€œJulia noticed the injury when she put Sky in the bath shortly after he returned from visiting Solomon. A few days later, (daughter) Maile (Metawala) independently told Julia and I that Solomon got mad at Sky because Sky was crying and he hit him.â€? Overall, Child Protective Services (CPS) visited the family six times from late 2009 to late 2010, according to court documents. An Aug. 27, 2010 CPS investi-
gation determined that the allegations of abuse and neglect against Biryukova were unfounded. Biryukova filed several protection orders against her ex-husband, but one stands out more than others. On Dec. 19 of 2010, Biryukova alleged that Solomon committed sexual abuse against their daughter. CPS found that the claims were unfounded and no charges were ever filed. Biryukova also claims that Solomon abused her three times before their split. Biryukova gained full custody of both children in September of 2010. However, Solomon was granted custody of Maile earlier this week. Two weeks before the disappearance of Sky, the couple had an 11-hour mediation session for custody of the two children. During the session the two sides agreed to some visitation rights for Solomon, but Biryukova called him later in an attempt to get out of the agreement. Bellevue Police Major Mike Johnson told reporters that Biryukova acknowledged a history of leaving the children alone for extended periods of time. Court documents also show details of Solomon leaving the children home alone as well. Police say they know whether the mother left her kids alone during the mediation but will not release that information. In an attempt to regain sole custody, Biryukova offered to absolve her ex-husband of more than $2,000 in child and spousal support if she could take the children to Scottsdale, Ariz. He declined the offer.
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In any sport, itâ€™s always a kidâ€™s improbable dream to get to meet an Olympic medalist. That dream became a reality for a big group of young gymnasts on Wednesday night at Redmondâ€™s Emerald City Gymnastics, as superstar gymnast Jonathan Horton, who earned two medals from the 2008 Beijing Olympics â€“ a silver on the high bar and a bronze team medal â€“ visited the club to speak to the more than 50 kids in attendance. Horton, who resides in Houston, Texas, was making a tour of the Puget Sound area to promote the upcoming Pacific Rim Gymnastics Championships, an international competition that will be held at Comcast Arena in Everett next March. After speaking briefly about that event, he went on to inspire the local youths, giving them advice on how to achieve their best in gymnastics, and in life. â€œWeâ€™re really excited,â€? said club owner Sandy Flores on Hortonâ€™s visit. â€œThese kids train hard every day, and just to meet somebody that fulfilled the dream that they have, itâ€™s a big thing for them.â€? Horton said that his gymnastics inspiration came from the 1996 Summer Olympics, as he watched, at age 10, Kerri Strugâ€™s gutsy performance in the womenâ€™s final where she landed her last vault on a badly sprained ankle to secure the womenâ€™s gold medal. â€œThatâ€™s the moment, watching the Olympics, that I told myself â€˜thatâ€™s what I want to do,â€™â€? Horton recalled. â€œI was inspired. I wanted to commit myself to this sport. For a while I just enjoyed it, I played around, but after that I really started training hard.â€? The University of Oklahoma graduate cited his success in the sport to his work ethic, often being the first to arrive at the gym and the last to leave. He admitted that he was not â€œthe most talented gymnast,â€? but more than made up for it with his passion and persistence. â€œGymnastics is not always easy,â€? Horton told the kids. â€œItâ€™s fun ... but
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Olympic gymnast Jonathan Horton addresses a large group of youngsters at Redmond's Emerald City Gymnastics on Wednesday. Horton, who earned a silver medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics in the high bar, spoke to the kids about the upcoming Pacific Rim Championships in Everett and inspired them with advice on how to achieve their best. TIM WATANABE, Redmond Reporter youâ€™re going to get rips, youâ€™re going to get tired, youâ€™re going to get sore. If itâ€™s important to you, itâ€™s worth training hard, itâ€™s worth fighting for.â€? In an intensely competitive individual sport like gymnastics, itâ€™s common for self-doubt to creep in, something Horton had to deal with five years ago after one of the worst performances of his career. At the 2006 World Championships, he fell five times in six events, bringing the team down to 13th place. As the kids listened wide-eyed to his story, he made sure to let them know that all athletes experience failures at some time in their career, and itâ€™s all about how you respond. â€œI went home with my head down, I didnâ€™t think I could handle the pressure of competing,â€? Horton recalled. â€œAs much as I really cared about gymnastics, I had to figure out deep down inside, do I want to keep doing this? The answer was yes, and I changed everything about me â€“ how I ate, how I slept. Since then, my gymnastics has been great.â€? Before posing for photos and sign-
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The Bear Creek School's quad-captains will lead by experience and example this season on the basketball court as returning starters. From left: Nikki Peterson, Madelyn Magee, Morgan Rial, Kendall Engelstone. Photo courtesy of Sini Fernandez
â€œWe were very excited for the girls, and even more so when we got them back on the basketball court with us,â€? said Cheever on the girlsâ€™ soccer teamâ€™s win a few weeks ago. â€œTheyâ€™re such great athletes and great people, they just fit right in.â€? On the hardwood this year, the Grizzlies will feature one of the tallest teams at the 2B level, with six players listed as 5-foot-10 or better. The Grizzlies will feature a commanding post presence
erine Fernandez who will see a lot of minutes coming off the bench along with junior guard Alyssa Jenson. The girls have been playing basketball together for many years, and being that last yearâ€™s starting five will be identical to the teamâ€™s 2011-12 look, they are coming in with an aura of confidence that will make them a force to be reckoned with in the postseason. â€œAfter one year under our belt, weâ€™re kind of seeing what works and what doesnâ€™t work,â€? Kendall said. â€œWeâ€™ve all learned that encouraging is the best way to lead, and leading by example, and I think we all do a really good job of that.â€? The Grizzliesâ€™ league, Sea-Tac 2B, isnâ€™t particularly strong, with low turnout numbers and retention
issues for some struggling programs causing lopsided scores. This was an issue last year, as the team seemed unbeatable until reaching the opening rounds of the state tournament, when they were soundly defeated in two straight games by bigger, faster and more aggressive teams. â€œI think we were kind of â€˜shell-shocked,â€™ playing these teams that were so physical,â€? Kendall said of last yearâ€™s late struggles. â€œOur league isnâ€™t a very strong league, so (by) playing teams that are a lot more physical, weâ€™re not so scared when we see bigger teams.â€? In response, Cheever has taken a page out of boysâ€™ coach Scott Moeâ€™s book, and devised a very tough
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Cavalia artistic director Normand Latourelle brings his equestian performing arts show to Marymoor, with shows running Jan. 25-Feb. 5. â€œEven people who donâ€™t know horses come to this show, and they are moved by what they see,â€? he said during Thursdayâ€™s tent-raising ceremony. CHAD COLEMAN, Redmond Reporter
Latourelle said the inspiration for a show with horses came in the early 2000s, when he used a horse in a previous show, that simply walked across the stage. People were transfixed by that animal more than its human counterparts on stage. In an age where many people live in cities, and are becoming increasingly removed from nature, the chance to see a show with these majestic animals is special, Latourelle said. The relationship between human and horse goes back thousands of years. Throughout various cultures, people rode horses for many aspects of live, from travel, to hunting. This history is presented in the show. "Even people who don't know horses come to this show, and they are moved by what they see," Latourelle said. "It's in their blood. It's because of our ancestors." For tickets, call 1-866999-8111 or visit www. cavalia.net.
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