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Interlake soccer beats Bellevue, Knights win on both diamonds | Prep sports news

Boys soccer

Interlake 3 Bellevue 2

Bellevue had a pair of leads, 1-0 in the second minute and 2-1 in the second half, but saw Interlake erase the deficit both times to get the 3-2 win.

Jason Rodriguez netted a goal from Sterling Russell to even things up, before Gabriel Simental scored a second half strike to get his team even at 2-2.

Rodriguez again found the back of the net in the 75th minute, providing the final tally in the win for the Saints.

Baseball

Skyline 1 Newport 2

Ryan Kingma worked a complete game on the mound, allowing only one run on eight hits to help Newport to the win over Skyline.

The Spartans scored a run in the first, and outhit the Knights in the loss.

Girls tennis

Mercer Island 7 Interlake 0

The Saints took two of the singles matches to a third set, but were unable to get a win against the Islanders.

Skyline 4 Newport 3

The Knights won the number one and two doubles matches and also picked up a singles win in the loss to Skyline.

Girls golf

Bellevue girls beat Interlake on golf course

Lauren Patrick shot a 41 to earn medalist honors and two other Wolverines broke 50 as Bellevue beat Interlake in girls golf, 238-269.

Tiffany Huang shot 48 and Rachel Harmeyer fired a 49.

Aleana Groenhout shot 43 for Interlake, with Delaney Douglas shooting 44.

Interlake also lost a match to Mount Si, as Groenhout shot 39 to lead the Saints.

Girls water polo

Bellevue 3 Auburn-Mountainview 7

Julie Mao, Maggie Ugelstad and Morgan Baker scored a goal each for Bellevue in the loss.

Softball

Newport 12 Roosevelt 2

Kat Wood worked five innings in the circle and allowed only three hits, striking out eight, as Newport beat Roosevelt.

Wood, India Gants, Kaitlin Sahlinger and Maggie Pana each had multi-hit games for the Knights.

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