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East-West All-Star

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East-West All-Star

game rosters released

Interlake offensive tackle David Slingwine was the sole Bellevue-area player named to the East-West All-Star game, which will be played July 3 at Spokane’s Central Valley stadium.

Newport head coach Mike Miller was named as an assistant coach on the West team.

Players on the West team other than Slingwine with KingCo 3A ties include: Eric Beige (QB/LB, Skyline), Riley Gervais (TE/LB, Skyline) and Jared Warren (OL/DL, Issaquah).



Mercer Island 224 strokes, Interlake 249

At Jefferson GC (par 36)

Individuals — 1, Thornton, MI, 40 strokes; 2, Ballad, I, 43; 3, Chinn, MI, 44; 4, Tomlinson, MI, 45; 5, Ogishima, MI, 48.

Newport 248, Sammamish 311

At Newcastle GC (par 36)

Individuals – 1, Kelly Lee, N, 47 strokes; 2, Alayna Herring, S, 49; 3 (tie), Nicole Lomas, Jamie Kirsila and Hannah Ahn, N, 50.




Forest Ridge 15, Roosevelt 5

Jillian Chong scored four goals and had three assists and Nisa Orozco-McCormick and Maddy Phillips each scored five times as Forest Ridge rolled over Roosevelt.

Joni Sliger had nine saves for the Ravens.


Overlake 12, Eastside Catholic 7

George Dolack and Devon Schmidt each scored four goals and had two assists as Overlake defeated Eastside Catholic.

David Carlton scored five goals for the Crusaders in the loss.



Mount Si 83, Sammamish 48, Interlake 47

Shot put — Davis, MS, 51-2. Discus — Davis, MS, 156-5. Javelin — Stevens, MS, 151-10. High jump — Roddewig, MS, 62-0. Long jump — Phillips, S, 18-6 3⁄4. Triple jump — Frederick, I, 33-6 1⁄2. Pole vault — Marks, I, 13. 110 hurdles — Clark, S, 15.76. 300 hurdles — Clark, S, 43.75. 100 — Giambattista, S, 11.24. 200 — Giambattista, S, 23.05. 400 — McLaughlin, MS, 51.66. 800 — DaPont, MS, 2:03.12. 1,600 — DaPont, MS, 4:30.74. 3,200 — Strom, MS, 10:32.18. 400 relay — Mount Si, 51.66. 1,600 relay — Mount Si, 3:46.86.

Issaquah 73, Newport 72

Shot put — Prestin Mo, N, 38-6 1⁄2. Discus — Patrick Taiwo, N, 115-0. Javelin — Jeremy Taiwo, N, 145-4. High jump — Richard Woodworth, N, 5-8. Long jump — Kyle Hansen, I, 19-3 3⁄4. Triple jump — Hansen, I, 37-11. Pole vault — Travaille, N, 11-0. 110 hurdles — Tiernan, I, 16.7. 300 hurdles — Tiernan, I, 43.7. 100 — Pearl, I, 11.4. 200 — Hansen, I, 24.0. 400 — Pearl, I, 55.6. 800 — Poplawski, N, 2:04.4. 1,600 — Brasino, I, 4:40.3. 3,200 — Ying, I, 10:26.8. 400 relay — Issaquah 45.2. 1,600 relay — Issaquah, 3:44.5

Bellevue 71, Liberty 67

Shot put — David DeCastro, B, 50-11. Discus — Kyle Dennison, L, 120-0. Javelin — Robert Hintz, B, 182-6. Long jump — Chris Freeman, L, 19-0. Triple jump — Kendrick Van Ackeren, B, 32-5 3⁄4. Pole vault — Nick Kenney, L, 10-0. 110 hurdles — Peter Nguyen, B, 16.83. 300 hurdles — Nguyen, B, 44.38. 100 — Alex Leonard, L, 11.65. 200 — Freeman, L, 24.27. 400 — Mitchell Byron, L, 51.63. 800 — Eric Bice, L, 2:10.15. 1,600 — Alex Partin, B, 4:32.7. 3,200 — Mike Williams, B, 10:25.8. 400 relay — Liberty, 46.47. 1,600 relay — Liberty, 3:58.14.

Seattle Prep 80, West Seattle 68, Rainier Beach 41, Eastside Catholic 28

Shot put — Alameda Taamu, RB, 53-2 1⁄2. Discus — John Green, SP, 125-3. Javelin — not competed. High jump — Alex Ballinger, SP, 5-8. Long jump — Christian Crain, WS, 21-7. Triple jump — Crain, WS, 44-0. Pole vault — not competed. 110 hurdles — Bennett Taylor, SP, 15.84. 300 hurdles — Nate Barmore, SP, 43.24. 100 — Avimael Castro, R, 11.14. 200 — Markeem Adams, WS, 23.79. 400 — Michael Barry, RB, 52.40. 800 — Nate Bannick, SP, 2:05.82. 1,600 — Erik Berg, SP, 4:30.09. 3,200 — Andrew Walker, SP, 9:53. 400 relay — West Seattle, 43.79. 1,600 relay — Eastside Catholic, 3:52.71.



Bellevue 1, Mount Si 1 (OT)

Andrew Baumgardner scored on a penalty kick in the 73rd minute to help Mount Si (2-0-2, 2-0-2 KingCo 3A) salvage a tie with Bellevue.

Liam Kelly scored in the 50th minute to give the Wolverines (1-1-1, 1-1-1) the lead.

Interlake 2, Liberty 2 (OT)

Jordan Con and Nathan McGuire scored for the Saints (0-3-1, 0-3-1), helping Interlake secure its first points of the year with a tie against Liberty.

The Patriots (0-2-1, 0-3-1) received goals from Mark Loreen and Dakota McKay.

Newport 1, Mercer Island 1

Derek Johnson scored in the 73rd minute off an assist from Chris Morris that allowed the Islanders (2-1-1, 2-1-1) to salvage a tie with Newport.

The Knights (2-0-1, 2-0-1) found the back of the net in the 32nd minute when Paul Martin.



Bellevue 5, Sammamish 0

Colton Bielaski hit a homerun and picked up the win in Bellevue’s victory at Sammamish. Bellevue improved to 2-1 with the win.

Sammamish dropped to 0-3 with the loss.

Issaquah 6, Interlake 5

Interlake, trailing by two in the bottom of the seven inning, scored once but was unable to tie the game in a loss to Issaquah at Bannerwood Park in Bellevue.

Alex DeMarne struck out seven and picked up the win for the Eagles (3-0, 2-0). Brennan Miller paced the Issaquah offense, going 3 for 3 and scoring three runs. Collin Rabitoi took the loss for the Saints (0-2, 0-2).

Eastside Catholic 11, Nathan Hale 0

Eastside Catholic bombed four homeruns as the Crusaders raced past Nathan Hale. Matt Boyd hit two longballs for EC (4-1, 3-0 Metro League) and Mike Bush and Spenser Payne also went long for the Crusaders.

Aaron Thomassen was saddled with the loss for Nathan Hale (1-4, 1-3).


Newport 9, Tumwater 1

Collin Bennett went 2 for 4 with three RBIs, a double and a two-run homerun in the second inning as Newport easily edged Tumwater.

The Knights (3-2, 2-0 KingCo) scored seven runs in the seventh inning. Colin Hering picked up the win for Newport, while Frank Longoria took the loss for Tumwater (2-3).



Interlake 20, Mercer Island 0

Kati Kirschner went 2 for 3 with a homerun and five RBIs for the Saints, as Interlake overpowered Mercer Island and improved its record to 4-1 on the season.

Interlake scored 11 runs in the third inning.

Eastside Catholic 8, Nathan Hale 4

Ronnie Mae Ayers picked up her second win of the season, pacing the Crusaders to a big win over Nathan Hale.

Ayers went seven innings and struck out 10 while allowing only four hits for Eastside Catholic (4-0, 4-0 Metro League).

Cedar Park Christian 19, Bellevue Christian 2

Arin Kepler knocked in four runs and Sarah Foulkes picked up three RBIs, as Cedar Park blew out Bellevue Christian.

The Vikings fall to 2-2 on the year.


Mountlake Terrace 12, Sammamish 3

Mountlake Terrace broke a 3-3 tie with four runs in the fourth inning and added five more to blow out Sammamish.

Emily McKaig took the loss for the Totems (2-4, 1-2).

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