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4/14

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GIRLS GOLF

4/14

Interlake 263 strokes, Liberty 334

At Tam O’Shanter GC (par 36)

Individuals: 1, Gabe Barnow, I, 45 strokes; 2, Jessica Parker, I, 46; 3, McKenzie Ballod, I, 50; 4, Kat Rowland, I, 59; 5, Deanna Morse, L, 61

4/15

Bellevue beat

Sammamish by forfeit

At Bellevue Municipal (par 36)

Individuals: 1, Victoria Stukas, B, 42 strokes; 2 (tie), Bonnie Butler, B and Stephanie Tran, S, 46; 4, Alayna Herring, S, 47; 5 (tie), Catelyn Webber, B, and Sarah Dingman, S, 48.

GIRLS TENNIS

4/16

Newport 6, Bellevue 3

Singles: Nikole Novikova, B, beat Tomomi Matsushita, 6-0, 6-4; Sara Ebrahimi, B, beat Emily Shavers, 6-1, 6-4; Michelle Pham, N, beat Claire Ghan, 7-6(3), 6-3; Meredith Jewitt, N, beat Leslie Medeiros, 6-2, 6-3; Patty Yee, N, beat Alaina Goesling, 3-6, 6-0, 6-0; Lauren Kayahara, N, beat Wendy Kung, 6-2, 5-7 (injury default).

Doubles: Novikova-Ghan, B, beat Jewitt-Lani Nunokawa, 6-3, 6-1; Kayahara-Rebecca Liu, N, beat Ebrahimi-Goesling, 6-3, 6-3; Pham-Yee, N, beat Tiffany Pham-Ashley Pryde, 6-4, 6-1.

Issaquah 7,

Sammamish 2

Singles: Anissa Swift, S, beat Ariel Hagen, 6-2, 6-0; Mika Asaba, I, beat Malia Lum, 6-1, 6-1; Alyssa Wilson, I, beat Nicole Regan, 6-4, 6-0; Selena Lustig, I, beat Holly Hunt, 6-4, 6-4; Aki Kida, I, beat Jenny Wight, 6-0, 6-0; Morgan Gerke, I, beat Sarah Reed, 6-1, 6-0.

Doubles: Swift-Lum, S, beat Hagen-Lustig, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3; Asaba-Wilson, I, beat Regan-Hunt, 6-1, 6-3; Emma Haberlach-Florie Kim, I, beat Haley Boyce-Chrsitina Watson, 6-2, 6-0.

TRACK

4/10

Boys Team Scores: Seattle Prep 80.5, Nathan Hale 68.5, Cleveland 64, Eastside Catholic 14

Boys individuals: Shot put — Javon Jenkins, Clev, 42-01/2 . Discus — John Green, SP, 139-0. High jump — Alex Ballinger, SP, 5-8. Long jump — Michael Fields, Hale, 19-3. Triple jump — Daniel Cheledinas, SP, 36-103/4. 100 hurdles — Bennett Taylor, SP, 15.5. 300 hurdles — Montez McGee, Clev, 40.9. 100 — Michael Fields, Hale, 11.7; Michael Fields, Hale, 11.7. 200 — Davonte Thornton, Clev, 23.6. 400 — Davonte Thornton, Clev, 53.5. 800 — Adam Omer, Hale, 1:59.2. 1600 — David Garcia, Hale, 4:34.0; David Garcia, Hale, 4:34.0. 3200 — Cameron O’Neil, SP, 10:20.5. 400 relay — Clev, 45.3. 1600 relay — SP, 3:45.0.

Girls Team Scores: Nathan Hale 89, Seattle Prep 75, Cleveland 37, Eastside Catholic 28

Girls individuals: Shot put — Kiarra Witcher, EC, 30-103/4. Discus — Mookie Carter-Vincent, SP, 83-1. High jump — Michelle Spoelhof, Hale, 4-6. Long jump — Olivia Ward, Clev, 17-1. Triple jump — Michelle Spoelhof, Hale, 27-43/4; Michelle Spoelhof, Hale, 27-43/4. Pole vault — Tamara Martin, Hale, 7-0. 110 hurdles — Naibasha Sophusson, Hale, 17.8; Naibasha Sophusson, Hale, 17.8. 300 hurdles — Elaina Lucero, Hale, 52.1; Elaina Lucero, Hale, 52.1. 100 — Taylor Williams, EC, 12.8. 200 — Taylor Williams, EC, 26.6. 400 — Olivia Ward, Clev, 1:03.9. 800 — Laura Sauvage, SP, 2:23.7. 1600 — Katherine Bisignano, Hale, 5:34.0; Katherine Bisignano, Hale, 5:34.0. 3200 — Krista Beyer, SP, 12:23.4. 400 relay — SP, 51.6. 800 relay — SP, 1:55.6. 1600 relay — Hale, 4:24.1.

Eastlake Invitational

At Eastlake H.S. on 4/12

Boys Team scores: Kent-Meridian 141, Eastlake 80, Bothell 69, Seattle Prep 65, Skyline 63, West Valley (Yakima) 57, Lake Washington 46, Ballard 37, Bellevue 29, Roosevelt 28, Franklin 22, Juanita 16, Bellevue Christian 6

Boys individuals: Shot put — Kellen Jones, Ball, 49-1. Discus — Jackson Pierce, Both, 143-9. Javelin — Mike Marshall, WV, 171-10. High jump — Amin Tufa, Roos, 6-2. Long jump — Tim Clendaniel, Both, 20-4 ¼. Triple jump — Andre Moore, KM, 44-0 ¾. Pole vault — Tim Clendaniel, Both, 13-0. 110 hurdles — Sean Harris, KM, 14.7. 300 hurdles — Garrett Sears, WV, 41. 100 — Austin Delaney, LW, 10.93. 200 — Delandre Woods, KM, 22.6. 400 — Taylor McDowell, WV, 51.35. 800 — Dan Sloat, East, 1:56.41. 1,600 — Simon Sorenson, Sky, 4:25. 3,200 — Charlie McDonald, SP, 9:52.39. 400 relay — Skyline, 43.72. 1,600 relay — Eastlake, 3:29.08.

Girls team scores: Eastlake 140, Kent-Meridian 82, West Valley (Yakima) 81, Seattle Prep 78, Franklin 70, Skyline 61, Lake Washington 53, Bellevue 42, Bothell 27, Juanita 26, Ballard 17, Bush 5

Girls individuals: Shot put — Jessica Kneip, Bell, 33-11 ¼. Discus — Cadie Kneip, Bell, 106-8. Javelin — McKenzie Gelber, Sky, 111-5. High jump — Barbara Holladay, Sky, 5-2. Long jump — Shanley DeFrancia, SP, 15-1 ¼. Triple jump — Kira Lewis, WV, 35-8. Pole vault — Ferin Barry, KM, 10-0. 100 hurdles — Melanie Vertrees, KM, 15.3. 300 hurdles — Jasmine Jones, Frank, 47.78. 100 — Ariana Jones, Frank, 12.01. 200 — Ariana Jones, Frank, 24.67. 400 — Gabby Holman, Frank, 63.43. 800 — Chelsea Orr, East, 2:23.5. 1,600 — Chelsea Orr, East, 5:16. 3,200 — Andrea Morgan, Sky, 12:07.53. 400 relay — Franklin, 50.46. 800 relay — Franklin, 1:45.69. 1,600 relay — Seattle Prep, 4:15.89.

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