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Bellevue boys stay unbeaten in pool | Prep sports news
Interlake 5 Sammamish 2
The Saints took the hard court version of the Crossroads Cup, beating Sammamish with three singles wins and a pair of victories on the doubles side.
Ethan Romney took the number one singles match for the Totems, but Kevin Liu, Matthew Hur and Josh Higa picked up wins for the Saints while the duos of Nick Chang and Michael Wang and Justin Lee and Michael Kwong won doubles matches.
Bellevue 2 Mount Si 0
Sam Fredman and the Bellevue defense kept the Wildcats off the board and Sabrina Mohazzabfar and Isabelle Butterfield both netted scores to help their team to the shutout win.
Butterfield assisted on the Mohazzabfar goal and was helped by Harber on her own scoring strike.
Boys water polo
Bellevue storms past Shorewood, Auburn-Mountainview to stay perfect
Nine players scored for the Wolverines in the win over Shorewood while senior goalkeeper Diego Acevedo kept the Thunderbirds from mounting any serious threats on offense in a 22-3 win.
Bellevue backed that effort with an 18-15 victory over Auburn-Mountainview after being tied 6-6 at the half.
George French scored a school-record tying 11 goals to propel his team to the win.
Bellevue will be back in the pool against Mercer Island on Tuesday in a 5:30 p.m. start at Woodridge Pool.
Girls swim and dive
Newport 130 Ballard 53
The Knights took wins in all but one event, led by the efforts of Emily Waddell, Elisa Fang, Maggie Pana and Maddie Rainey in the win.
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