Shoreline Track & Field Invitational dedicated to Bill Reynolds

Monday, April 29, 2013

Bill Reynolds, ATC and Don Dalziel at the Shoreline Invitational
on Saturday at Shoreline Stadium.
Photo courtesy Shoreline Schools

Bill Reynolds; ATC, was honored with the 2013 Shoreline Track and Field Invitational dedication.

Bill Reynolds has been part of the athletic community since he graduated from San Francisco State University in 1982.  He worked at Odessa Jr. College in Texas as their Athletic Trainer, then as the Athletic Trainer at the Sports Medicine Clinic here in Seattle. In 1983, Bill was also the Athletic Trainer at Blanchet High School and at Ingraham High School  In 1988 he became the owner of Harbor Square Sports Medicine in Edmonds and Waterfront Sports / Physical Therapy. 

In 1988, Bill joined the Shoreline School District and became the Athletic Trainer at both Shorewood and Shorecrest High Schools. In 2001, when the school district added an additional athletic trainer position, Bill’s focus was directed to the Shorewood T-Birds, where he currently remains in the same position. 

Bill is regularly seen at Shorewood football games, boys and girls basketball games and wrestling matches as well as soccer and track events here at Shoreline Stadium. He dedicates a great deal of time to treating and caring for athletes at Shorewood High School and all of the Shoreline School District.

 Bill, along with his wife Lois, spends time following their son Jesse’s athletic endeavors as he competes for Seattle Prep High School. 

Thank you, Bill for your 25 years of commitment and dedication to Shoreline student athletes.


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