Sammamish grad headed to Indy Car Challenge, Saints dominate on mat | Sports and recreation news
January 25, 2013 · 2:09 PM
Sammamish grad vying for top spot at Indy Car Challenge
2010 Sammamish High School graduate Javier Cantu-Lucero will be one of 33 Indy Car drivers from around the country and as far away as Ecuador to compete in this weekend's Skip Barber Racing School Indy Car Academy in Braselton, Ga.
Barber began racing at age 16 and has previously won the K-1 racing league and K-1 Speed in Redmond.
During his time at Sammamish, Cantu-Lucero was a member of the baseball, football and track and field teams for the Totems, throwing the javelin.
Interlake 48 Juanita 29
Albert Chen, John Harmon, Daniel Montoya, Kevin Richardson, Kevin Lee, John Palagashuili, Stanley Ruvinov and David Khanatayev picked up wins for the Saints in the dual meet victory over Juanita.
Roosevelt 37 Newport 31
Mercer Island 49 Bellevue 21
Vashon Island 64 Bellevue Christian 12
Boys swim and dive
Interlake 107 Lake Washington 78
The Saints dominated the relays and got wins from Noah Davis, Alex Lorenz, Michael Lorr and Jason Xu to win going away against the Kangs.
More than half of the team's 53 members have qualified for postseason competition, which begins with the KingCo Championship meet at the University of Washington's Husky Pool.