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All three Bellevue girls lacrosse teams earn wins | Prep sports roundup

Boys lacrosse

Eastside Catholic 12 Bellevue 11

Ross Komenda netted four goals as the Crusaders continued a five game win streak with the win over Bellevue.

Blake Samuel led the way offensively for the Wolverines with five goals.

Sammamish 15 Northshore 9

Sean Sternbeerg, Cooper Horton, Tyler Wright and Ryley Martin each finished with a hat trick as Sammamish outlasted Northshore.

Girls lacrosse

Forest Ridge 20 Lake Tapps 9

Kelly Brennan helped her team to the win with nine goals and Lindsay Stone added four more as the Ravens dominated throughout.

Bellevue 21 Kennedy 8

Jennie Monfried and Lauren Tudor each scored five goals as Bellevue blew past Kennedy.

Forest Ridge awaits tonight at 6:30 in a matchup that pairs two one-loss teams.

Bellevue East 13 Holy Names 5

Camille Sullivan scored four goals to lead her team to the win and move the team's mark to 3-3 on the year.

Baseball

Juanita 5 Sammamish 1

Details and highlights not reported.

Bellevue 7 Interlake 5

Details and highlights not reported.

Girls tennis

Interlake 7 Bellevue 0

Isabelle Long, Maggie Locke (default), Melissa Long (default) and Iryna Strenytska ech won singles matches while the duos of Kendall Watanabe and Shreya Singh, CeCe Landau and Claire Covner and Julia Liu and Vicky Zlatinova won doubles matches.

Issaquah 4 Woodinville 3

Kristin Cheung and Jenny Thompson got singles wins while Sam Garrard and Greena Glen and Molly Shade and Alex Taylor picked up doubles victories.

Girls golf

Newport 213 Roosevelt 294 @ Newcastle - Par 36

To report scores and highlights email jsuman@bellevuereporter.com

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