Prep Notebook


  • Monday, June 2, 2008 4:03pm
  • Sports



Newport 2, Bellevue 0

The Knights (4-3, 3-1 KingCo 3A) scored runs in the first two innings and held on to win a close one against Bellevue. Colton Bielaski was hit with the loss for the Wolverines (3-2, 2-1). Nate Eisenhauer (1-1) picked up the win for the Knights. Colin Hering pitched the seventh inning to earn the save for Newport.

Interlake 5, Sammamish 3

The Saints scored five runs in the fourth inning and held on to defeat Sammamish at Bannerwood Park in Bellevue.

Matt Allan (1-1) picked up the win for Interlake (3-3, 1-3), striking out six Totems. Brandon Lawyer took the loss for Sammamish (1-4, 1-3).




Newport 247 strokes,

Bellevue 252

Individuals – 1 (tie), Kelly Toy, N, and Catelyn Webber, B, 43; 3, Vikka Stukas, B, 47; 4, Amy Imus, N, 49; 5(tie), Hannah Ahn, N and Nicole Lomax, N, 51


Mercer Island 218 strokes, Sammamish 298

At Bellevue Municipal Golf Course (par 36)

Individuals – 1, Kirby Thorton, MI, 40 strokes; 2, Tracey Tomlinson, MI, 42; 3, Lindsay Chinn, MI, 43; 4, Kelly Ogishima, MI, 46; 5, Kasey Smalley, MI, 47.

Newport 232 strokes, Liberty 322

At Maplewood Golf Course (par 36)

Individuals – 1, Kelley Lee, N, 42 strokes; 2, Hannah Ahn, N, 44; 3 (tie), Jamie Kirsila, N and Nicole Lomax, N, 48; 5, Markie Lock, N, 50.

Interlake 279 strokes, Mount Si 294

At Tam O’Shanter Golf Course (par 36)

Individuals – 1, Katie Somers, MS, 43 strokes; 2, McKenzie Ballod, I, 48; 3, Jessica Parker, I, 49; 4(tie) Michelle Harada, I, and Jen Sanford, MS, and Maggie Robinson, MS, 59.



Bellevue Christian 155 strokes, Seattle Academy 213

At Jefferson Park Golf Course (par 36)

Individuals – 1, Jeff Aly, BC, 38 strokes; 2, Harrison Glassey, BC, 38; 3, Kyle Miller, BC, 39; 4, Matt Trueblood, BC, 40; 5, Trevor Christianson, BC, 41.



Issaquah 13, Bellevue 7


Bellevue 14, Lynnwood 4

Eastside Catholic 5, Sammamish 3



Bellevue 3, Newport 1

Viktor Drangell scored twice and Liam Kelly picked up three assists to lead Bellevue past Newport. Race Sciabica also scored to help Bellevue improve to 4-1-1. Michael Green scored for Newport.

Mount Si 2, Interlake 1

Ben Joselyn and Adam Baumgardner both scored as Mount Si rallied from a 1-0 deficit to beat Interlake. Andy Fordyce opened up the scoring for the Saints with a goal in the 38th-minute.

Sammamish 1, Issaquah 1

Quinn Grisham scored for Issaquah only five minutes into the game, but Nate Wigley’s goal in the 12th-minute tied the game for Sammamish at Issaquah High School.


Newport 3, Liberty 1

Jake Hemingway, Scott Staples and Michael Green all scored to lead Newport past Liberty. Mark Loreen scored the Patriot’s lone goal.

Bellevue 5, Issaquah 3

Taylor Young scored two goals to lead Bellevue past the Eagles at Issaquah High School. Viktor Drangell, Race Sciabica and Brad Jackson all scored for the Wolverines. Quinn Grisham scored twice and Lucas Morais scored once for the Eagles.

Interlake 2, Sammamish 1

Nathan McGuire scored in the 54th-minute to break a 1-1 tie and help the Saints defeat Sammamish.


Bellevue 3, Interlake 1

Race Sciabica scored twice and Eric Drewenskus added a third as Bellevue defeated Interlake.

Liam Kelly picked up two assists for the Wolverines (2-1-1, 2-1-1 KingCo 3A). Nathan McGuire scored for Interlake (0-4-1, 0-4-1).

Newport 2, Skyline 1

Leo Zhang scored 15:45 into the game, and Michael Green scored in the 55th minute to help Newport (3-0-1, 3-0-1) defeat Skyline. Edgar Esquivel scored the Spartans (2-1-2, 2-1-2) lone goal.

Mount Si 0, Sammamish 0

The Wildcats and Totems battled to a scoreless tie at Mount Si High School. Matt Hansen was credited with the shutout for Sammamish (2-0-2, 1-0-2), while Cody Tipton and Ryan Herman combined in net for the Wildcats (2-0-3, 2-0-3).



Newport 8, Mount Si 0

Stacey Hagenson pitched a complete game, one-hit shutout, improving her record to 4-0 and helping the Knights remain undefeated in KingCo 3A play.

Hagenson struck out eight and Jessica Barry knocked in four runs for the Knights (5-1, 4-0 KingCo 3A). Katie Brett took the loss for Mount Si (1-3, 0-3)


Liberty 17, Bellevue 0

Bree Bartholomew went five innings, allowing no runs and striking out 13 as Liberty (2-2, 1-1) crushed Bellevue. Adrienne Buxbaum was tagged with the loss for the Wolverines (0-4, 0-4).

Newport 2, Sammamish 1

Newport rallied for two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning as the Knights defeated Sammamish.

Stacey Hagenson went seven innings and struck out 11 to pick up her third win for Newport (4-1, 3-0). Tina Jacobsen was hit with the loss for the Totems (2-5, 1-3).

Issaquah 8, Interlake 0

Kelly Richards drove in two runs for the Eagles, who scored five runs in the seventh inning in a big defeat of Interlake. Stefanie Rabitoy took the loss for the Saints (4-2, 3-1). Lauren Naismith got the win for Issaquah (4-0, 4-0).

Eastside Catholic 14, Mercer Island 2

Ronnie Mae Ayers drove in two runs and picked up the win on the mound as Eastside Catholic blew out Mercer Island. Kelly Lloid drove in three runs for the Crusaders (4-0, 4-0 Metro League).


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).

Standings (As of 3/31)

KingCo 3A

League Overall

W-L Win % W-L Win %

Issaquah 5-0 1.000 5-0 1.000

Newport 4-0 1.000 5-1 .833

Interlake 3-1 .750 4-2 .666

Skyline 3-3 .500 4-3 .571

Liberty 2-2 .500 3-3 .500

Sammamish 1-3 .250 2-5 .285

Mount Si 1-3 .250 1-3 .250

Bellevue 0-4 .000 0-4 .000

Mercer Island 0-3 .000 0-5 .000

Metro League, Mountain Division

League Overall

W-L Win % W-L Win %

Bainbridge 5-0 1.000 8-0 1.000

Eastside Catholic 5-0 1.000 6-0 1.000

Holy Names 3-0 1.000 4-0 1.000

Bishop Blanchet 3-1 .750 5-1 .833

Lakeside 1-3 .333 1-3 .333

Seattle Prep 0-2 .000 0-2 .000



Forest Ridge 3, University Prep 2

Singles – Christine Leilabadi, FR, beat Josy Blair, 6-1, 6-3; Pooja Vaddadi, FR, beat Melissa Sanford, 6-3, 4-6, 6-1.

Doubles – U-Prep beat Ella Czeisler and Alana Yu, 6-1, 6-2; Emily Anderson and Erin Tennyson, U-Prep, beat Brittney Nelson and Addie Gearhart, 6-3, 6-0.


Bellevue 6, Liberty 3

Singles – Nikole Novikova, B, beat Kailie Badyal, 6-1, 6-1; Sara Ebrahimi, B, beat Candace Canley, 6-1, 6-2; Claire Ghan, B, beat Paige Martin, 7-6 (7-1), 6-2; Meghan McNeil, L, beat Leslie Medeiros, 3-6, 6-3, 6-2; Wendy Kung, B, beat Jacki Douglas, 6-0, 6-0; Amber Eastham, L, beat Becca Manning, 6-1, 7-5.

Doubles – Novikova-Ghan, B, beat Badyal-McNeil, 6-2, 7-5; Ebrahimi-Kung, B, beat Martin-Douglas, 6-1, 6-1; Alison Martin-Danielle Terry, L, beat Tiffany Pham-Ashley Pryde, 3-6, 6-4, 10-5.




Seattle Prep 66, West Seattle 37, Eastside Catholic 26, and Rainier Beach 24

100M – Rachelle Ollee (Seattle Prep) 13.65; 200M – April Johnson (West Seattle) 26.49; 400M – April Johnson (West Seattle) 61.74; 800M – Hannah Timm (ECHS) 2:29.2; 1600 – Carey Parker (SP) 5:37.8; 3200 – Laura Sauvage (SP) 11:53.8; 4X100R – Rainier Beach 52.35; 4X200R – Rainier Beach 1:56.8; HJ – Kendall Kielbon (WS) 4-00.00; LJ – Tanya Tarabochia (WS) 15-02.00; TJ – Tanya Tarabochia (WS) 32-03.00; SP – Kiarra Witcher (ECHS) 28-00.00; Discus – Kiarra Witcher (ECHS) 92-11


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

100M – Avi Castro (Rainier Beach) 11.14; 200M – Markeem Adams (West Seattle) 23.79; 400M – Michael Berry (RB) 52.40; 800M – Nate Bannick (Seattle Prep) 2:05.82; 1600 – Erik Berg (SP) 4:30.09; 3200 – Andrew Walker (SP) 9:53.0; 110H – Bennett Taylor (SP) 15.84; 300H – Nate Barmore (SP) 43.24; 4X1R – West Seattle 43.79; 4X4R – Eastside Catholic 3:52.71 (Freeman, McMullan, McCormick, and Martin); HJ – Alex Ballinger (SP) 5-08.00; LJ – Christian Crain (WS) 21-07.00; TJ – Christian Crain (WS) 44-00.00; SP – Alameda Taamu (RB) 53-02.50; Discus – John Green (SP) 125-03


Newport 17, Roosevelt 10

Jordan Heide scored 12 goals for the Knights in Newport’s big win over Roosevelt. Zoya Popoff added three goals, and Micaela Surdi and May Mobarek scored one apiece for the Knights.


Great West Gym Fest

At Couer d’Alene, Idaho

Level 9

Emily Lopez

Vault: 8.7

Bars: Scratched

Beam: 9.575/Tied 2nd

Floor: 9.35/2nd

Jacqueline Hamilton

Vault: 8.45

Bars: 8.95/10th

Beam: 9.25/Tied 7th

Floor: 9.05

All-Around: 35.7/9th

Audrey Ryals

Vault: 8.65

Bars: 9.475/1st

Beam: 9.375/5th

Floor: 8.55

All-Around: 36.050/5th

Kaylee Nicklos

Vault: Scratched

Bars: Scratched

Beam: 9.150/Tied 10th

Floor: 9.1

Level 10

Rebecca Engberg

Vault: 8.9

Bars: 7.1

Beam: 8.8

Floor: 8.925

All-Around: 33.775

Alyssa Strodel

Vault: 9.775/Tied 5th

Bars: 9.45

Beam: Scratched

Floor: Scratched

Dana Bonincontri

Vault: 9.725/4th

Bars: 9.725/1st

Beam: Scratched

Floor: Scratched

Emylie Chinen

Vault: 9.35

Bars: 9.1

Beam: 9.375/7th

Floor: 8.7

All-Around: 36.525

Stephanie Ponich

Vault: 9.025

Bars: 8.55

Beam: 8.575

Floor: 8.85

All-Around: 35.0

Lenin Arguelles

Vault: 8.775

Bars: 9.1

Beam: 8.2

Floor: 8.2

All-Around: 34.850

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