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Skyline took advantage of three Sammamish errors, beating the Totems 5-1 on April 25 and maintaining a two-game lead on Newport for the conference title with one week left in the season.
I can’t tell you how many times I see golfers of all levels playing from the wrong tees and consequently not having fun playing the game they love.
Eastside Catholic baseball coach Curt Towey may need to hang a few warning signs around the Crusader’s baseball field, because at the rate his team is hitting the ball over the fence, they’re bound to strike someone soon.
Rick Nemyre said Snohomish would be a tough game for his Bellevue girl’s lacrosse team.
Each fall the Emerald City Kickoff Classic at Qwest Field unofficially kickstarts the prep football season. Next fall the Eastside Catholic football team will be a part of that event, as they’ll face off with the Eisenhower Cadets of Yakima at noon on Sept. 6 from Qwest.
Chris Morris scored an unassisted goal in the 82nd minute to help Mercer Island to a 3-2 overtime victory over the Wolverines at Bellevue High School on April 29.
New University of California head coach Mike Montgomery has added a familiar name to his staff in former Sammamish High School and Green River Community College coach Travis DeCuire.
The flag is seldom your target - unless you are a tour player. Knocking down flags is not your game.
Don Woodworth, the all-time career leading scorer for Whitman men’s basketball, was inducted into the college’s Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday, April 26 during a ceremony at Whitman’s campus in Walla Walla, Wash.
Ask a baseball player how many home runs he’s clubbed and he’ll give you a quick, decisive answer. Ask a football player how many touchdowns he’s scored and you’re sure to get a accurate account. In this statistical world, numbers are the rule and gauge of which an athletes accomplishments are assessed.
By JOEL WILLITS
Thanks to solid contributions from a quartet of seniors, Bellevue Christian captured its third-straight Emerald City League title with a 6-1 win over Overlake on May 1.
Newport used a 2-1 win over Mount Si to finish in third place in KingCo 3A, one point ahead of Skyline and one point below Sammamish.
Mikenzie Voves pitched a four-hitter as Issaquah (16-0, 16-0 KingCo 3A) defeated Newport 1-0 on May 1 to finish off an undefeated regular season and claim the KingCo title.
Lara Sidhu and Eliza Cady each picked up hat tricks that helped Nathan Hale hold on for a wild 9-8 win over Eastside Catholic on May 2.
Jeremy Taiwo swept all three jumping events at the Bellevue city meet on May 1, winning the high jump, long jump and triple jump.
Level 9 and 10 Region II Championships 2008
Aaron Iseman, the 2007 long jump state champion, won that event and the 100, headlining a fantastic day of performances for the Bellevue Christian Vikings at the MacGregor Twilight Special at West Seattle Stadium.