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E. coli outbreak linked to food truck, communal kitchen

Possible cross-contamination with nine other vendors being investigated by Public Health BY ALLISON DEANGELIS BELLEVUE REPORTER

King County Public Health is investigating an E. coli outbreak after finding multiple cases stemming from the Los Chilangos food truck and shutting down the shared Path America CEO Lobsang Dargey under investigation for bilking investors


nity post online. “Our thoughts are with the families affected by this outbreak, and we appreciate the support of the community as we work to protect the health of the public.” At this time, there have been six confirmed cases of E. coli, including one child, and a potential link to the Los Chilangos food truck is being investigated. Of those infected, three people have been

facility in Bellevue used to prepare it’s and other food trucks’ food. “Public Health is currently investigating an outbreak of E. coli O157 – one of the most serious foodborne illnesses you can contract,” Public Health spokesperson Lindsay Bosslet said in a commu-


hospitalized. Los Chilangos’ Bellevue and other locations were recently closed by the Public Health department. Los Chilangos serves food at seven farmers markets in King and Snohomish Counties, operates two food trucks, and also caters events. As of Tuesday, none of the locations have since been allowed to SEE E. COLI, 15

Alleged rapist extradited from Mexico, arraigned

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Pamela Miller, one of the American teachers on the trip, wears a headscarf inside of a mosque.

Newport culinary arts teacher travels to Turkey The high school football season kicks off tonight across Washington



Those meandering by Tracy Lynn Green’s culinary arts classroom at Newport High School this fall may smell an array of spices

or the sweet syrup poured on top baklava. When they’re not sneaking bites of their Turkish creations, Green’s students will be cooking some of the recipes she sampled during her trip to Turkey this summer. Green was one of seven Puget Sound-area teachers to partake in the trip through the Turkish Cultural Foundation. Each took

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away real life examples they can use to supplement their history, literature, art and even culinary arts curriculum. “I was so happy that the Turkish Cultural Foundation was willing to take culinary arts teacher. Turkey had a really rich hospitality heritage, but the culinary school I went to and a lot of others are SEE TURKEY, 8

After more than a decade on the run in Mexico, the suspect in a Bellevue cold case was arraigned on Tuesday, Sept. 1 on charges relating to a 2003 rape of child. In 2003, Victor Cerda was charged with two counts of rape of child in the second degree after he was accused of having sexual intercourse with a female cousin who was 11 years old at the time. Shortly after he was charged, Cerda fled to Mexico. A King County judge issued warrants for his arrest when he failed to appear for his arraignment in September 2003. Four years ago, Bellevue cold case detectives began working with the U.S. Marshals Service to attempt to locate the suspect in Mexico. After years of work and international coordination, Cerda was arrested in January by Mexican authorities at the request of the U.S. Marshals at an address SEE RAPIST, 15

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A 51-year-old man died on Sept. 1 after coworkers found him facedown in a 10-foot-deep trench in a construction project on on the corner of 116th Avenue and 4th Street. The man, who was identified as Phillip Cruz by the medical examiner’s office, was found facedown in two feet of water at the

bottom of the trench around 9:45 a.m. His cause of death was later identified as drowning, according to the medical examiner’s office. Construction workers removed the man from the water and began CPR. The Bellevue Fire Department responded to the scene and were able to resuscitate the victim and transport him to Overlake Hospital, where he later died. Coworkers said he had been acting normally, but hadn’t been seen for 10-15 minutes before he was found. His death is reportedly still under investigation by the Bellevue Police Department.

Bellevue Police unveil newest team member: Ozzy

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Ozzy, the Bellevue Police Department’s newest K9 unit, stands next to his partner, Officer Bradley. One of the department’s other K9 units, Ghost, is pictured in the background. BY ALLISON DEANGELIS BELLEVUE REPORTER

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Lake Washington at its lowest levels in nearly three decades

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An aerial view of Lake Washington, which is at it’s lowest depth since 1987. Washington State’s historic drought is pushing Lake Washington and Lake Union below the normal annual 20-foot mark for the first time in 28 years, and officials anticipate another foot drop. Lake levels typically hit the 20-foot mark in December, according to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Senior Water Manager Ken Brettmann. The measurement went below 20 feet, officially measured at the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks in Ballard, around 9 a.m., Aug. 25. The lowest recent recorded level below 20 feet is 19.44 feet, measured in late October 1987. The Corps usually begins raising lake levels in February, reaching 22 feet by late May. The higher level helps meet water use between June and October when inflows are generally low, providing water necessary for fish passage, navigation and salinity control. Water is slowly consumed throughout the summer, until it reaches the winter level typically in early December. This year, early concerns prompted Corps officials to speed up the annual refill reaching a 21.95 foot elevation in early May. “The low snow pack and early forecasts prompted us to accelerate the annual refill compared to normal years, and we also started water conservation efforts in April, which

is unprecedented,” Brettmann said. “Based on weather predictions, forecast inflows, and expected evaporation we anticipate the minimum lake level this year to be about 19 feet, about another foot down from where we currently are.” Brettmann and Corps officials are urging everyone to prepare for a minimum as low as 18.5 feet. Early conservation measures the Corps implemented, limiting smolt flume usage for juvenile salmon and maximizing lockage efficiency, has so far saved an equivalent of nearly a foot of lake level. Without those conservation measures, the minimum projected lake level would be 18 feet, below the current record low 18.35 foot level recorded in 1958. “The locks staff has done an excellent job of efficiently using the locks to move vessels and save water,” said Brettmann, who oversees reservoir regulation at all Corps Western Washington projects. “Recreational boaters are waiting up to an hour, perhaps a little longer, depending on vessel traffic. We understand the hardship for many associated with the lake dropping below the 20 foot mark, but this is an extreme year.” Brettmann added it’s unlikely that next year will be this extreme, but it’s important people be prepared.







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I feel compelled to write and defend the Academic Institute in Bellevue. My son was a full time student there and was one of seven AI graduates in 2013. My son did not play football. He was a student that could get lost in a typical 30 person class at Bellevue High. The personalized and nearly one on one attention and instruction that AI provided was a very successful approach for my son. A lot of kids fall though the cracks at a public school. Jennifer Vice, AI school administrator, would not let that happen. They provided discipline and a clear defined path to graduation. They did not let him just get by, they helped him excel. They assisted with college applications and future direction. Calling it a diploma mill is extremely disrespectful to the students and the school.

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Student helped by Academic Institute The Academic Institute [has been the subject of several media reports]. Comments include labeling the school as a “diploma mill”, that the school had a “relaxed stance on attendance”, even that grades could simply be changed by anyone. The article sites a teacher who worked at the school for less than a semester four years ago as the source of this information. I am disappointed that a newspaper could print such inflammatory, unsubstantiated statements with little regard for the impact on a small

school and the students for whom such an institution is essential. My son, Matthew, is a student with high-functioning Autism. Public school, both in Issaquah and Bellevue, was a continuing nightmare of my son being pushed through grades with 30 other children, including, as just one example, a non-communicative special needs student to whom the schools assigned a full-time teacher’s aide. No homework, little class participation, but passed forward a grade each year. Overwhelmed and overlooked, Matthew might have continued being pushed through the system: truly a public “diploma mill”. My husband and I researched local private schools. Many simply don’t provide for special learning needs. For his fifth grade year, Matthew attended a one-to-one program that catered to his academic needs but lacked daily social contact with peers. Enter the Academic Institute. The small class size assures students receive personal teacher attention while also allowing for peer interactions every day in a safe, friendly environment. My son’s teachers, as SEE LETTER, 5

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Developer accused of bilking overseas investors SEC claims Lobsang Dargey promised Chinese investors U.S. residency BY CHRIS WINTERS


The Bellevue developer of a hotel, apartment complex and farmer's market in downtown Everett and Kirkland is under investigation by the federal government for allegedly bilking overseas investors out of millions of dollars. Lobsang Dargey, the CEO of Path America and the builder of the Potala Place development, is being sued in federal court by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The civil complaint, filed Monday in U.S. District Court in Seattle, says Dargey fraudulently raised more than $125 million through sales of securities to at least 250 investors. In particular, funds raised for downtown Everett's Potala Place building and the 40-story Potala Tower skyscraper in downtown Seattle allegedly were misappropriated, sometimes redirected to other projects. The government also contends money was diverted to buy a luxury home in Bellevue and make cash withdrawals, including at several casinos. Potala Place, which occupies half a block at Grand Avenue and Wall Street in Everett, has not opened. It is a 220-unit apartment building with 60,000 square feet of retail space, including the Potala Farms boutique grocery-cum-farmer's market. Potala Tower has broken ground, but a web camera feed on the project's webpage just shows a hole in the ground with some construction equipment. Path America is a highly visible local example of how the government's EB-5 visa system works. Foreign nationals who invest at least $500,000 in a project that generates or preserves at least 10 jobs for U.S. workers may qualify for residency in the United States. Dargey and Path America used the EB-5 system to raise money from Chinese investors by encouraging them to invest in Potala Place and Potala Tower. However, the suit alleges that, of the $125 million raised, $17.6 million has been misappropriated. Among the charges: $14.7 million has been used in separate real estate projects under Dargey's control — Potala Shoreline LLC and Potala Village Kirkland LLC. Those projects are not eligible for the EB-5 visa program.

Dargey also is accused of using $2.5 million in investor funds to purchase a home for himself in Bellevue and making cash withdrawals of about $350,000. More than $200,000 of the money was withdrawn at 14 different casinos in Washington, Nevada, California and British Columbia, according to the complaint. Dargey allegedly promised his backers that their investments would make them eligible for U.S. residency. He failed to reveal that those investments would not qualify under the EB-5 program if they weren't used for those dedicated projects, federal officials say. Details are provided in the complaint and hundreds of pages of supporting documents. Among other things, they show that each investor who bought a $500,000 partnership interest in either of the two Path America projects also was charged a $45,000 administrative fee. The investment capital was wired to an escrow account in the U.S. while the administrative fee was wired to an account in Hong Kong. Approximately $41 million was raised from 82 Chinese nationals for the Potala Place and Farmer's Market in Everett. About $85 million was raised from 170 Chinese nationals for Potala Tower in Seattle. Backers were told that the capital raised for the Everett project also would be invested in Everett Hospitality Co., the Dargey-controlled company that built the new 122room Hampton Inn in Everett next to Potala Place. The hotel opened in 2014. According to the complaint, on Sept. 9, 2014, he transferred $1.5 million from the account for the Potala Tower project in Seattle to an account in the name of Dargey Development, another company which he controls. SEE DEVELOPER, 8


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Crossroads Mall to change foreign flag after community complaints Vietnamese flag being flown is akin to the Confederate flag, swastika, man says BY ALLISON DEANGELIS BELLEVUE REPORTER

Crossroads Mall officials have agreed to change a flag displayed at their food court after locals complained about the offensive nature of the Vietnamese flag on display, one that was created by a government that forced many Vietnamese-Americans out of the country. “Now that we have been made aware that some of our customers were uncomfortable with it, it will be removed as quickly as possible,” said Crossroads Shopping Center Marketing Director Sue Popma. “The message that we want to convey to the public is that all people are welcome at Crossroads, regardless of their nationalities or differences.” The flag currently on display is the Flag of the People’s Army of Vietnam, the northern communists that worked with the Viet Cong to defeat the American forces during the Vietnam War, and are currently the ruling party. It is one of many international flags painted above the entrance to the Crossroads Public Market food court. As Popma pointed out, the flag currently displayed is recognized by the United Nations. But while it is the nation’s official flag, resident Huy Duong and many other Vietnamese immigrants in the area find it offensive and its display callous. For those that escaped the Communist regime and thousands of others who fled Vietnam after the war, that flag represents an oppressive, murderous, and ruthless administration and brings back terrible horrors, Duong said. He likened it to displaying the Confederate flag or Nazi swastika. Across the United States, the flag has been widely

debated. Cities, businesses and other organizations across the country have come under fire for using the Flag of the People’s Army of Vietnam. Former Bellevue Mayor Don Davidson signed a proclamation committing the city to the use of the Heritage and Freedom Flag. Then-Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn also called for recognition of the South Vietnamese flag in 2010, and a resolution doing the same was passed by the Seattle City Council in June. “We are not cultural experts, “That flag you and we have not done extenhave prominently sive research on the history or meaning of any of the flags. displayed The flags are displayed merely represents an for decorative purposes and are oppressive, not intended to make a political murderous, statement of any kind,” Marketand ruthless ing Director Sue Popma wrote administration in her response to Duong. and brings back Popma repeated that terrible horrors.“ statement in an email to the Reporter, adding that prior to Huy Duong in one of his emails to the recent feedback they had Crossroads Mall officials received, they were unaware that there was anything potentially offensive about the Vietnamese flag. Duong, however, said he was flabbergasted by the response he received from Popma. He said he found the comment that Popma and her team aren’t “cultural experts” sarcastic and insensitive. “I understand the intention, but anytime you use a flag, you can’t say it’s just for decoration. Flags have meaning behind them,” he said. More than a hundred people shared a post Duong made on Facebook outlining the issue, and several people wrote

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The Flag of the People’s Army of Vietnam is currently being displayed at Crossroads Mall, and has caused tension in the community. It is the red flag with a yellow star pictured above, fourth from the right.

emails to the mall’s management team asking them to change the flag. A similar post Duong made on Reddit elicited a conversation over the mall’s response. “It’s understandable to goof and not research beforehand, but after being informed of why the flag is offensive and hurtful, you’d think an ounce of sensitivity would be due,” one Reddit user wrote. “It seems flippant and rude to claim ignorance as a way of deflecting any responsibility.” Popma said that her team never intended to sound callous to the issue, and was simply responding to one of multitudes of emails they receive every day. “Each and every individual may not feel that their particular suggestion or request was responded to as quickly as they would like or in exactly the manner they had hoped for, but it is certainly our hope that our integrity and community spirit are apparent in every decision we make,” she said. A replacement flag has already been ordered, and is expected to be installed in a few weeks.

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Bellevue drivers ranked State patrol seeks witnesses to hit and run some of worst in country BY ALLISON DEANGELIS BELLEVUE REPORTER

In the city’s first year on the list, Bellevue drivers ranked near the bottom of Allstate’s “America’s Best Drivers Report”, and are reportedly 40 percent more likely than the national average to experience an auto collision. Based on Allstate claims data, the average driver in Bellevue will experience an auto collision every 7.1 years, which makes residents more than 40 percent more likely than the rest of the country. Seattle was the only other city in the state exceed the national average of every 10 years. New this year, the report also provides information about what Allstate is calling a notable factor in collisions – braking habits. The company reportedly found a correlation between hard braking and collision frequency. A hard braking event is

defined as slowing down eight miles per hour or more over a one-second time interval. Allstate found that drivers across the country will experience on average 16 hard braking events for every 1,000 miles drive. Bellevue ranked highest amongst Washington cities, and the only city to come in above the national average on hard braking. For every 1,000 miles driven, Bellevue drivers reportedly have 19.8 hard braking events per 1,000 miles. Recently, the National Safety Council estimated the U.S. is on track for its deadliest driving year since 2007. For the first six months of 2015, NSC reported traffic deaths are up 14 percent from a year ago, and serious injuries are 30 percent higher over the same period. The interactive map and report can be viewed at

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Tower accounts to an account in the name of Potala Village Kirkland. In 2014 and 2015, Dargey also shifted a total of $7.2 million from the Potala Tower to purchase property in Shoreline, the complaint alleges. The Securities and Exchange Commission has asked a federal judge to approve a restraining order prohibiting Dargey or his companies from raising more money from investors, selling any securities of any business interest they own, and freezing all their assets. One of Lobsang Dargey’s companies, Path America, issued a public statement Sunday saying that it did nothing wrong soliciting millions of dollars from Chinese investors to fund various real estate projects in Snohomish and King counties. The company also said it has retained a Seattle law firm to “aggressively” defend the company while also cooperating with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.


The next day, Dargey transferred another $1 million from the Potala Tower account directly into an account controlled by Dargey and his wife, Tamara Agassi Dargey, according to the complaint. Then on Sept. 14, 2014, Dargey used nearly $2.5 million from the account in his and his wife's names to purchase a home in Bellevue. The purchase was made in the LOBSANG name of BelleDARGEY wood Farms Trust, the beneficiaries of which are the Dargeys. Tamara Agassi Dargey is the sister of tennis star Andre Agassi. She is not named as a defendant in the suit. The suit also alleges that Dargey withdrew about $350,000 in cash from both the Potala Tower and Potala Place accounts between October 2012 and June 2015, mostly with a debit card or at a bank or casino teller. From 2012-15, Dargey allegedly diverted $7.5 million from the Potala Farmer's Market and Potala

world today.” Green quickly began to realize the extent of Turkey’s influences and the role is has played in cuisine, she said. As the general border between East and West, Turkish dishes often reflect both influences. “Turkey is the intersect of two continents – Europe and Asia, and it was a gateway to both,” she said “There’s a lot of crossover from what we know as Greek food, like the flat bread they eat and a great cheese that’s similar to feta.” Photo courtesy of Kelly Elder The Turks are also creAbove: The teachers on the trip visisted a Turkish ative with vegetables, braiselementary and a high school. Below: They also sampled ing their vegetables for than many local dishes, some of which Green hopes to replicate Western cultures do, and in her culinary arts class at Newport High School. skinning eggplants, drying the exterior and grinding it up to use as a spice. Green quickly became infatuated, and said that this school year, her catering students are serving Turkish food or nothing at all. Although there was normally 6,000 miles between them, Green said Turkish teachers share similar frustrations and concerns around education. The American contingent were joined on their trip by two young Turkish teachers, and visited an elementary submitting recommendaaround, but now that I’ve school and a high school. tions, a lesson plan, and been there, it makes it so “They have the same real. It makes it come alive,” challenges we do– funding, an essay on how they hope to benefit from the tour she said. “Like, before I left, the challenges of where I was trying to make sense you live, so on and so forth. and bring their experience back to the classroom. They of what’s going on with Education kind of always also were given reading to their government and the gets shortchanged, and complete before the trip Syrian border and other that was as evident there as that Green said made her things. Now that I’ve been it is here,” she said. “It was Chuck Caldwell see how experiences such there and have a frame of an amazing opportunity to PMB #299-C, Redmond Way, Redmond WA they 98052 as hers benefit students. reference, make more go and travel together and 16541 tel: 206.227.8543 fax: “We425.836.3895 had a lot of reading sense.” learn from each other.” going into it, and it was Teachersemail: are selected hard to wrap your head after a rigorous process,

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King County press release: Bellevue neighborhoods that have to battle flooding during winter storms will receive assistance with the unanimous approval of grants by the King County Flood Control District (FCD). The funds the projects will receive are from an FCD program that focuses on both flood prevention and flood mitigation. “We are thrilled to help fund solutions with the city of Bellevue on flooding issues affecting local streets, trails and agricultural efforts such as blueberry farming near Larsen Lake and along the Kelsey Creek corridor,” said Flood District Supervisor Jane Hague, who represents Bellevue on the Flood Control District. “Flooding doesn’t just occur along our major rivers, but throughout communities in King County,” said Reagan Dunn, Chair of the King County Flood Control District, whose district also includes Bellevue. “As such, the Flood District’s grant program targets local flood reduction projects that will help to reduce flooding in communities across King County.”


A group of “solar superheroes” sprang into action to install solar panels on the roof of the new KidsQuest Children’s Museum on Tuesday, Sept. 1. The four superheroes, outfitted in blue and yellow costumes, installed 16 solar panels onto the roof of the building. The panels were donated to the museum by the Solarize Bellevue program contractor, A&R Solar. “The Board of Directors and staff at KidsQuest Children’s Museum are grateful for the generous donation from A&R Solar in support of the Solarize Bellevue program,” said KidsQuest board member Pete Miller. “Generating electricity on the roof of our new building will help us reduce operating expenses, allowing us to spend more of our revenue on excellent programming for children. We are also excited to incorporate this feature into our educational programming on renewable energy.”

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Two ‘superheroes’ from A&R Solar install pose after installing solar panels on the roof of the new KidsQuest Museum. This is the second system donated on behalf of Solarize Bellevue– last year, the Bellevue Boys and Girls Club Teen Center received a free unit.

The KidsQuest Museum will relocate from their current location in the Marketplace @ Factoria to the building on 108th Avenue N.E. in fall 2016.

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The projects receiving funding are: Upper Kelsey Creek Stream Channel Improvement, $94,540: The effectiveness of the drainage improvements in the Upper Kelsey Creek basin has deteriorated since they were built in 1992. As a result, adjacent residential and agricultural land-owners are plagued by flooding. The replacement of culverts by bridges in three locations will alleviate these flooding issues and improve fish habitat. Drainage remediation at Current Condominiums, $40,000: The project objective is to eliminate structural flooding by connecting a stormwater outfall pipe to a nearby stormwater pipe system. Funded projects must be completed within 36 months of receiving funds.

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in a potato beetle when my mentor, John Clark, suggested I look into the resurgence of head lice,” he says. “I asked him in what country and was surprised when he said the U.S.” After the discovery, Yoon expanded his research and contacted local schools to collect samples. He tested the gathered parasites for genetic mutations know as kdr, or knock-down resistance mutations, which desensitize an insect’s nervous system to pyrethroids. The most recent study cast an even wider net, asking for lice gathered from more than half of US states, including California, Texas, Florida, Maine and Washington. The most pyrethroid-resistant lice were found in New York, New Jersey, New Mexico and Oregon, and had up to three mutations. According to Yoon, lice can still be controlled using medications available only by prescription, but that this solution isn’t the cure. “If you use a chemical over and over, these little creatures will eventually develop resistance,” Yoon says. “So we have to think before we use a treatment. The good news is head lice don’t carry disease. They’re more a nuisance than anything else.”


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Gridiron stalwarts buckle their chinstraps for fall season BY SHAUN SCOTT BELLEVUE REPORTER

As the school year starts, the Bellevue Reporter takes a look at how the Newport Knights, Interlake Saints, Sammamish Totems, Bellevue Christian Vikings and Bellevue Wolverines will fare on the football field during the 2015 high school football season.

NEWPORT KNIGHTS Head coach: Drew Oliver (Second year) Last year: 10-3 (Lost to Bothell in the Class 4A semifinals) Key players: David Kim, RB/LB; Thomas Day, RB; Chris Orrico, OL/DL; Dylan Murphy, TE/DE

Shaun Scott, Bellevue Reporter

Newport senior Myles Cantarini, left, makes a tackle on a ball-carrier during a spring football practice this past June.

It may be a new year, but the Newport Knights football program isn’t changing its mode of operation heading into the 2015 season. The Knights, who went 10-3 last year and advanced to the Class 4A semifinals, are excited about having the opportu-

nity to put together another memorable season the gridiron. “We talked on the first day about this season being a brand new chapter. These guys have responded,” Knights Head Coach Drew Oliver said. “They are working hard each and every day and are trying to get better. That is our mantra. Every time we get a chance or opportunity we want to get better.” Oliver said the Knights 2015 team motto is “No Next time”. “That has been a theme of practice. The guys have the mindset, don’t wait for the next time, do it now,” Oliver said. The Knights will rely on the legs of senior running back Thomas Day this fall. Day rushed for more than 1,000 yards last season. The Knights biggest question mark will be the offensive line due to the loss of 2015 graduates Calvin Throckmorton (University of Oregon) and Nolan Richardson. “Those guys (Throckmorton, Richardson) left a legacy of obviously great play but they were great leaders as well,” he said. “The guys behind them have been waiting for their chance and their turn. Now it’s their turn.” SEE FOOTBALL, 12

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“We have guys who believe they can win. We are certainly getting there and are becoming closer as a team. The kids are putting in the work,” Craig said. “The leadership is there. We have vocal leaders and silent leaders. Our vision is coming together.”



INTERLAKE SAINTS Head coach: David Myers (Third year) Last year: 3-6 (Didn’t advance to the playoffs) Key players: Duncan Varela, QB/DB; Naoki Harmer, WR/DB; Tieler Sheheen, TE/LB; John Palagashvili, OL/DL; Billy Jensen, QB/DB; Anthony Karymskaov, OL/DL Interlake Saints Head Coach David Myers said his team returns a plethora of dynamic players off of the 2014 team. The Saints have athletic players at nearly every skill position on the field. “The experience is at our skill positions. We have a lot of returning starters including a firstteam all-league receiver (Naoki Harmer), both of our starting quarterbacks (Duncan Varela, Billy Jensen) and our tight end (Tieler Sheheen). Our line is young but we’re excited about their potential,” Myers said. “We have a team full of great leaders. One of the things we value greatly about these guys is the level of support and togethernesss they have developed from top to bottom.” Myers, who is in his third season as the Saints’ head coach, has put his stamp on the football program. “The most important thing to me is to make sure that football is a good experience for our players. We want them to feel supported, pushed and valued as young men,” he said.

Head coach: Todd Green (Third year) Last year: 1-9 (Didn’t advance to the playoffs) Key players: Christian Miller, OL/DL; David Postma, QB/LB; Dylan Parsons, RB/S; Taylor Paulson, CB/WR; Alex Irizarry, C/LB; Daniel Ficca, RB/S Wins and losses aren’t the most important aspect of football to Bellevue Christian Vikings Head Coach Todd Green. Green, who played football and graduated from Pacific Lutheran University in 1993, exudes the late Frosty Westering mantra of competing against your best self on the gridiron. Green said the team has embraced the “Frosty” way wholeheartedly. “They have taken it on and it is really theirs now. They own it and have been really responsive to it,” Green said of his players. “They have a great mindset have definitely bought in for sure.” Green believes if his team does the little things right that success will follow. “We are trying to focus on not just the win/loss barometer. Obviously we want to win and we want to be competitive. Our goal is to compete every play. As a coaching staff we are trying to teach the kids the only play that matters is the one right in front of you,” he said.

BELLEVUE WOLVERINES Head coach: Butch Goncharoff (16th year) Last year: 13-1 (Lost to Eastside Catholic Crusaders in Class 3A state championship game) Key players: Justus Rogers, QB/DB; Tyson Penn, WR/DB; Isaiah Gilchrist, RB/DB

SAMMAMISH TOTEMS Head coach: Todd Craig (Second year) Last year: 3-5 (Didn’t advance to the postseason) Key players: Dominick Hampton, RB; Andrew Rudasics, OL/DL; Dez Hampton, OL/DL; Kenny Nguyen, OL/DL; Kobe Vaifo’oa, OL/DL; Nathan Jones, OL/DL; Devonte Braswell, RB/ LB

The 67-game winning streak the Bellevue Wolverines had put together over the past decade was derailed courtesy of a 35-13 loss to the Eastside Catholic Crusaders in the Class 3A state championship game. The Wolverines, who return starting quarterback Justus Rogers, wide receiver Tyson Penn and running back/defensive back Isaiah Gilchrist to the 2015 roster, aren’t the kind of team that rebuilds, they instead reload. The Wolverines have a multitude of stellar players on its roster and will open the season at 7 p.m. on Sept. 11 against national powerhouse Bishop Gorman (Nevada) at Bellevue High School. The Wolverines will play without the guidance of Head Coach Butch Goncharoff in early season action. As the Bellevue Reporter previously reported, Goncharoff was suspended for two games after an investigation revealed the football program and some of its coaches violated Washington Interscholastic Activities Association articles. An investigation carried out by a third party found the football program had conducted out-of-season coaching and illegal recruiting, which are against both district policies and the WIAA articles.

The Sammamish Totems football squad was the ultimate underdog in 2014. The Totems, who had less than 30 players on the varsity team last season, won three games and weren’t blown out by any opponent they faced. Totems’ second year Head Coach Todd Craig expects his team to continue its ascent this season. “I think we started to change the attitude and change the culture (last season) to where we didn’t let what we didn’t have be an excuse, therefore guys started to believe and started to buy in,” Craig said. “Even in the games we lost, we didn’t get shutout in any games and we still scored plenty of points. We showed that we can compete and I think that will carry over big into this year.” Craig said the majority of the varsity players from the 2014 squad return this season.

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