Bellevue midfielder Hinana Takashima (20) was named to the second-team 2A/3A KingCo girls soccer team. Photo courtesy of Stephanie Ault Justus

Bellevue midfielder Hinana Takashima (20) was named to the second-team 2A/3A KingCo girls soccer team. Photo courtesy of Stephanie Ault Justus

Soccer, cross-country and tennis athletes shine | Bellevue prep sports roundup

  • Tuesday, November 5, 2019 12:35pm
  • Sports

Bellevue-area girls soccer players named to 2A/3A KingCo team

Sammamish defender Heather Farmer was named the 2A defensive most valuable player and Sammamish head coach Darryl Gonyea was named the 2A coach of the year.

First team: Bellevue defender Paige Satterlee, Sammamish defender Haley Droppelman, defender Courtney Serres and Interlake forward Melyssa Willi.

Second team: Bellevue defender Audrey Miller, Interlake defender Alisa Harmer, Bellevue midfielder Halle Fletcher, Bellevue midfielder Hinana Takashima, Sammamish defender Ema Hackett and Interlake midfielder Audrey Doran.

Knights win boys 4A KingCo cross-country championship

The Newport boys cross-country team placed first at the 4A Kingco championships on Nov. 2 at Lake Sammamish State Park. The top individual performers for the Knights were juniors Brett Hanley (16:24.81) who placed fifth, and Benji Blatt, who placed eighth (16:27.8).

Wolverines send four to district tennis tournament

The Bellevue boys tennis team won the 3A KingCo tennis championship on Oct. 26. The Wolverines doubles team of Thomas Yu and James Yu won first place at the tournament, and Cameron Yang and Joshua Kim got second and third place, respectively, in singles. Those four will compete at the district tournament in the spring.


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