Prep Roundup Newport holds on for win over Totems Issaquah still perfect with win over Newport Newport’s slim win gets Knights into first-place tie

Collin Bennett hit a two-run homerun in the second inning to give an early lead that held up, as the Knights defeated Sammamish 5-2 on April 8 at Newport High School.

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Newport’s second baseman Trace Tam Sing

Newport’s second baseman Trace Tam Sing


Collin Bennett hit a two-run homerun in the second inning to give an early lead that held up, as the Knights defeated Sammamish 5-2 on April 8 at Newport High School.

Will Pierce and Trace Tam Sing both picked up RBIs for the Knights (7-4, 5-2 KingCo 3A), while Colin Hering ran his record to 3-0 with a victory on the mound for Newport.

Will Minice took the loss for Sammamish (1-8, 1-7), which scored its only two runs in the first inning.

Jon Foran picked up the save for the Knights.

Bellevue 12, Liberty 3

Alex Bielaski went 3 for 4, scored four runs and picked up four RBIs to help Bellevue blast Liberty.

Jake Collier picked up the win for Bellevue (4-6, 3-5). Liberty falls to 6-3 overall and 5-2 in the KingCo Conference with the loss.


Issaquah scored two runs in the first inning and held off a late Newport rally to remain undefeated and put a solid hold on first place in the KingCo 3A Conference with a April 8th 2-1 win at Robinswood Park in Bellevue.

Mikenzie Voves pitched a complete game, four-hitter for the Eagles (8-0, 8-0 KingCo 3A), striking out 10 Newport batters in the process.

Kelly Richards and Kim Sekjima both went 2 for 3 to pace the Issaquah offense.

Stacy Hagenson took the loss for the Knights (6-3, 5-2).

Mount Si 13, Interlake 2

Mount Si scored 11 runs in the final two innings to break a 6-2 game wide open, rolling over Interlake 13-2.

Kyleen Sweepe went 2 for 3 and scored three runs for the Wildcats (6-4, 3-3), who out-hit the Saints 13-3. Stef Rabitoy took the loss for the Saints (6-5, 4-4), who have now lost three games in a row.

Alex Johnson got the win for Mount Si.

Liberty 16,

Sammamish 0

Both Michelle Torre and Lindsey Bruder went 2 for 4 with a double and a triple and the Patriots (6-2, 5-1) blasted Sammamish.

Bree Bartholomew picked up the win for Liberty, while Tina Jacobson took the loss for Sammamish (3-8, 2-6). The Totems have lost six games in a row.

Games April 3

Newport rolls

over Interlake

Newport scored five runs in the second inning, three runs in the third and two in the fourth to beat Interlake 10-0 in a five-inning game on April 3.

Stacey Hagenson pitched five innings of two hit ball, striking out five and improving her record to 5-1.

Lauren Knapp and Kielie Hilliard both went 2 for 3 with two RBIs for Newport (6-2, 5-1 KingCo 3A).

Stefanie Rabitoy took the loss for Interlake (6-4, 4-3).

Issaquah 15, Bellevue 0

Kelly Richards went 3 for 4 with a triple to help pace the first-place Eagles in a rout over Bellevue at Bellevue High School.

Mikenzie Voves got the win for Issaquah (7-0, 7-0), who remain perfect on the year. Bellevue dropped to 1-6 with the loss.

Mount Si 9,

Sammamish 7

Trailing 6-3 entering the fifth inning, Sammamish raillied to score four runs in the final three innings, but still came up short to Mount Si 9-7.

Danielle Massegill went 2 for 2 with a triple for Mount Si (5-4, 2-3). Katie Brett picked up the win for the Wildcats, improving her record to 5-4. Tina Jacobsen took the loss for Sammamish (3-7, 2-5).


Michael Green’s goal in the 66th minute propelled the Knights to a 1-0 win over Interlake on April 8, pushing Newport to a KingCo 3A first-place tie with Bellevue.

Adam Dootson had the shutout for the Knights (6-2-1, 6-2-1 KingCo 3A).

Interlake falls to 1-7-1 with the loss and is tied for last-place with Liberty.

Sammamish 3, Skyline 1

Brian Biccum picked up a hat trick, scoring goals in the 48th, 61st and 63rd minutes as the Totems (4-2-3, 4-2-3) beat Skyline 3-1 at Mercer Island High School. David Breti scored for the Spartans (5-2-2, 5-2-2) in the 13th minute.

Bellevue 1, Liberty 0

Viktor Drangell scored in the 72nd minute to break a scoreless tie as the Wolverines defeated Liberty (1-7-1, 1-7-1).

Kasra Tayebi got the shutout for Bellevue (6-2-1, 6-2-1).

Eastside Catholic 3, Chief Sealth 0

Quinn Sinser scored twice and picked up an assist to propel Eastside Catholic to a 3-0 win over Chief Sealth. Anthony Anastasi got the shutout for the Crusaders (4-2-1).


April 3

KingCo 3A


Newport 89, Mount Si 61

Shot put — Katelyn Walker, MS, 32-6. Discus — Summer Nash, MS, 104-11. Javelin — Christine Meehan, Newp, 108-6. High jump — Stephanie Burk, MS, 4-10. Long jump — Symone Shaw, MS, 15-8 1⁄4. Triple jump — Rachel Wirtz, Newp, 31-10 1⁄4. Pole vault — Rachel Wirtz, Newp, 9-6. 100 hurdles — Diane Keller, MS, 16.6. 300 hurdles — Lauren Snead, MS, 53.2. 100 — Randi Boseman, Newp, 13.0. 200 — Jasmine Cho, Newp, 26-7. 400 — Katie Woolsey, MS, 51.9. 800 — Emily Albrecht, Newp, 2:25.6. 1600 — Natty Plunkett, Newp, 5:25.8. 3200 — Jillian Altizer, Newp, 11:47.7. 400 relay — Newp, 51.7. 800 relay — MS, 1:52.0. 1600 relay — Newp, 4:14.


Skyline 74, Bellevue 71

Shot put— David DeCastro, Bell, 54-3. Discus— Eddie Mills, Bell, 123-10. Javelin — Robert Hintz, Bell, 179-1. High jump — Kasen Williams, Skyl, 6-2. Long jump — Dustin Bratten, Skyl, 19-2. Triple jump — Kasen Williams, Skyl, 39-9. Pole vault — Mitchell Erickson, Bell, 10-0. 110 hurdles — Andrew Gray, Skyl, 15.69. 300 hurdles — Andrew Gray, Skyl, 42.79. 100 — Jordan Kaatz, Skyl, 11.51. 200 — Alex Lee, Skyl, 23.32. 400 — Jordan Kaatz, Skyl, 51.99. 800 — Alex Partin, Bell, 2:01.93. 1600 — Travis Lund, Skyl, 4:43.07. 3200 — Travis Lund, Skyl, 10:13.69. 400 relay — Skyl, 44.34. 1600 relay — Bell, 3:40.97.


Skyline 95, Bellevue 55

Shot put — Jessica Kneip, Bell, 32-6. Discus — Bell (Cadie Kneip, Jessica Kneip), 108-11. Javelin — McKensie Gelber, Skyl, 124-7. High jump — Barbara Holladay, Skyl, 5-0. Long jump — Kayli Kohlrus, Skyl, 16-10 1⁄4. Triple jump — Rachael Butenko, Skyl, 34-3 1⁄2. Pole vault — Victoria Thomas, Bell, 7-6. 100 hurdles — Kiara Williams, Skyl, 16.91. 300 hurdles — Barbara Holladay, Skyl, 48.63. 100 — Kiara Williams, Skyl, 13.29. 200 — Kaylyn Berry, Skyl, 27.33. 400 — Shea O’Donnell, Skyl, 1:00.56. 800 — Alicia Connors, Skyl, 2:31.81. 1600 — Alicia Connors, Skyl, 5:25.12. 3200 — Emilie Gilbert, Bell, 12:13.27. 400 relay — Skyl, 50.97. 800 relay — Skyl, 1:48.77. 1600 relay — Skyl, 4:19.57.


Issaquah 96, Sammamish 46

Shot put — Randall Louie, Samm, 34-10 1⁄4. Discus — Randall Louie, Samm, 98-5. Javelin — C. Martinell, Samm, 134-9. High jump — Marcus Giambattista, Samm, 5-8. Long jump — Kyle Hansen, Issy, 20-11 1⁄2. Triple jump — Kyle Hansen, Issy, 40-4 1⁄4. Pole vault — Jeremiah Odom, Issy, 10-0. 110 hurdles — Cameron Clark, Samm, 15.7. 300 hurdles — Cameron Clark, Samm, 41.0. 100 — Marcus Giambattista, Samm, 11.3. 200 — Jack Duffy, Issy, 23.6. 400 — Matt Hjelm, Issy, 53.5. 800 — Kevin Lemond, Issy, 2:04.0. 1600 — Chris Brasino, Issy, Unknown; , Issy, 3:37.2. 3200 — Wallis, Issy, 10:29.6. 400 relay — Issy, 44.6.


Issaquah 130, Sammamish 20

Shot put — Emee Matthew, Issy, 34-7. Discus — Emee Matthew, Issy, 97-11. Javelin — Chen, Issy, 96-9. High jump — Lindsay Stoll, Issy, 5-2. Long jump — Stephanie Stoll, Issy, 14-10 ½. Triple jump — Paulson, Issy, 31-10 ½. Pole vault — Fukuda, Issy, 7-0. 110 hurdles — Elaine Tran, Issy, 16.4. 300 hurdles — Elaine Tran, Issy, 48.1. 100 — Johanna Carr, Issy, 12.4. 200 — Johanna Carr, Issy, 26.6. 400 — Steinbeck, Samm, 1:02. 800 — Bonnie Young, Issy, 2:21.4. 1600 — Haida Ikeda, Issy, 5:27.2. 400 relay — Issy, 51.2. 800 relay — Issy, 1:49.5. 1600 relay — Issy, 4:17.6. 3200 relay — Murdock, Issy, 12:49.5.

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