Shaun Scott

Bill Foote (pictured) announces substitutions during the Issaquah Eagles girls soccer team’s first round state playoff game against the Kentridge Chargers on Nov. 7 in the press box at Gary Moore Stadium in Issaquah. Shaun Scott/staff photo

Voice of the Eagles is committed to the Issaquah community

Bill Foote is the epitome of a sports enthusiast.

 

Issaquah senior outside hitter Liz Gorski (pictured) hits the ball over the net, keeping the play alive against Glacier Peak. Issaquah defeated Glacier Peak 3-0, clinching a berth in the Class 4A state volleyball tournament on Nov. 16-17 at the Yakima SunDome. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/Stop Action Photography

Eagles punch their ticket to state volleyball tournament

Issaquah sweeps Glacier Peak on the volleyball court.

 

Issaquah Eagles senior Natalie Perez controls possession of the ball late in the second half against the Kentridge Chargers in the first round of the Class 4A state playoffs. The Eagles defeated Kentridge 3-1 on Nov. 7 at Gary Moore Stadium in Issaquah. Perez had two assists in the win. Shaun Scott/staff photo

Eagles rise to the occasion in first round of the state playoffs

Issaquah advances to Class 4A quarterfinals.

 

Issaquah Eagles girls soccer players make a beeline for Riley Larsen, who is standing with her arms outstretched, after she hit the game clinching penalty kick in the overtime shootout on Nov. 1 at Gary Moore Stadium in Issaquah. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/Stop Action Photography

Eagles reign supreme in overtime shootout on the soccer field

Issaquah earns a dramatic victory in the Wes-King 4A district championship game.

Issaquah Eagles girls soccer players make a beeline for Riley Larsen, who is standing with her arms outstretched, after she hit the game clinching penalty kick in the overtime shootout on Nov. 1 at Gary Moore Stadium in Issaquah. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/Stop Action Photography
Issaquah Eagles 2018 graduate Claudia Longo addresses the crowd during halftime of the Issaquah Eagles/Lake Stevens Vikings playoff game. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/Stop Action Photography

‘Kick MS with Claudia’ event is a rousing success

Togetherness is a mantra of the Issaquah community.

Issaquah Eagles 2018 graduate Claudia Longo addresses the crowd during halftime of the Issaquah Eagles/Lake Stevens Vikings playoff game. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/Stop Action Photography
Issaquah players celebrate after Sarah Kim (No. 7) scored a goal in the 36th minute of play. Issaquah defeated Lake Stevens 3-0 in the first round of the Wes-King 4A soccer playoffs on Oct. 30 at Gary Moore Stadium in Issaquah. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/Stop Action Photography

Eagles dominate Vikings in playoff opener

Issaquah earns shutout on the soccer pitch

Issaquah players celebrate after Sarah Kim (No. 7) scored a goal in the 36th minute of play. Issaquah defeated Lake Stevens 3-0 in the first round of the Wes-King 4A soccer playoffs on Oct. 30 at Gary Moore Stadium in Issaquah. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/Stop Action Photography
Issaquah Eagles senior goalie Chloe Lang leads by example on the soccer field. Shaun Scott/staff photo

Lang loves the challenge of being last line of defense

Issaquah is proving the doubters wrong.

Issaquah Eagles senior goalie Chloe Lang leads by example on the soccer field. Shaun Scott/staff photo
Issaquah Eagles senior setter Claire Hyun sets up a perfect pass to one of her teammates against the Woodinville Falcons on Oct. 17. Issaquah cruised to a 3-0 (25-10, 25-17, 25-13) victory on senior night. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/Stop Action Photography

Eagles dominate Falcons on senior night

Issaquah senior Liz Gorski was unstoppable against Woodinville.

Issaquah Eagles senior setter Claire Hyun sets up a perfect pass to one of her teammates against the Woodinville Falcons on Oct. 17. Issaquah cruised to a 3-0 (25-10, 25-17, 25-13) victory on senior night. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/Stop Action Photography
Issaquah players mob Sarah Kim, right, after she scored a goal in the 52nd minute, giving Issaquah a 2-1 lead against the Eastlake Wolves. Issaquah earned a 3-1 win against Eastlake on Oct. 11 at Gary Moore Stadium in Issaquah. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/Stop Action Photography

Eagles soar past Wolves in rivalry matchup

Issaquah girls soccer team captures eighth victory of the 2018 season.

Issaquah players mob Sarah Kim, right, after she scored a goal in the 52nd minute, giving Issaquah a 2-1 lead against the Eastlake Wolves. Issaquah earned a 3-1 win against Eastlake on Oct. 11 at Gary Moore Stadium in Issaquah. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/Stop Action Photography
Issaquah Eagles quarterback Trevor Morine, center, unleashes a pass while being pressured by Mount Si defensive player Carlos Ortiz in the first half of play. Mount Si defeated Issaquah 38-6 on Oct. 5 at Gary Moore Stadium in Issaquah. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/Stop Action Photography

Wildcats defeat Eagles in 4A KingCo football matchup

Issaquah’s offense struggles in loss to Mount Si.

Issaquah Eagles quarterback Trevor Morine, center, unleashes a pass while being pressured by Mount Si defensive player Carlos Ortiz in the first half of play. Mount Si defeated Issaquah 38-6 on Oct. 5 at Gary Moore Stadium in Issaquah. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/Stop Action Photography
Issaquah Eagles senior defender Kate Wilkinson connects on a header in a game earlier this season. Wilkinson has led the Eagles to a 5-0-1 record in early season action. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/Stop Action Photography

Wilkinson runs the show in the defensive backfield

Issaquah Eagles are looking to win the Class 4A state title for the second consecutive season.

Issaquah Eagles senior defender Kate Wilkinson connects on a header in a game earlier this season. Wilkinson has led the Eagles to a 5-0-1 record in early season action. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/Stop Action Photography
Skyline assistant coach Brian Mogg (left), Skyline senior Matthew Mogg (center) and Skyline head coach Gary Mogg (right) have an undeniable passion for the sport of golf. Photo courtesy of Gary Mogg

It’s all in the family

Golf has created an unbreakable bond for the Moggs.

Skyline assistant coach Brian Mogg (left), Skyline senior Matthew Mogg (center) and Skyline head coach Gary Mogg (right) have an undeniable passion for the sport of golf. Photo courtesy of Gary Mogg
Skyline Spartans junior receiver Luke Rohleder (pictured) had two receiving touchdowns against the Newport Knights on Sept. 21 at Newport High School in Factoria. Skyline defeated Newport 50-21. Photo courtesy of Jim Nicholson

Skyline cruises to victory against Newport on the gridiron

Spartan offense gets on track against the Knights.

Skyline Spartans junior receiver Luke Rohleder (pictured) had two receiving touchdowns against the Newport Knights on Sept. 21 at Newport High School in Factoria. Skyline defeated Newport 50-21. Photo courtesy of Jim Nicholson
The view from the Little Si hiking trail summit. Photo courtesy of James Martin

Aspiring for the pinnacle on the trail

Sportswriter Shaun Scott goes hiking on Labor Day weekend.

The view from the Little Si hiking trail summit. Photo courtesy of James Martin
The Eastlake Wolves volleyball team is led by senior outside hitter Lauren Martin, left, and junior outside hitter Anna Ilstrup, right. Former Eastlake assistant coach Mike Knapick (center) is in his first season leading the Wolves varsity program. Shaun Scott/staff photo

Wolves are poised to dominate on the volleyball court

Eastlake is striving to return to the Class 4A state tournament this fall.

The Eastlake Wolves volleyball team is led by senior outside hitter Lauren Martin, left, and junior outside hitter Anna Ilstrup, right. Former Eastlake assistant coach Mike Knapick (center) is in his first season leading the Wolves varsity program. Shaun Scott/staff photo
Skyline Spartans senior Katie Biscocho (pictured) had two of the Spartans final five points in the fourth set. Skyline defeated Mercer Island 3-1 in a non-league matchup on Sept. 12 on Mercer Island. Photo courtesy of Patrick Krohn/Patrick Krohn Photography

Skyline conquers Mercer Island in nonleague volleyball matchup

Spartans earn victory on the road against the Islanders.

Skyline Spartans senior Katie Biscocho (pictured) had two of the Spartans final five points in the fourth set. Skyline defeated Mercer Island 3-1 in a non-league matchup on Sept. 12 on Mercer Island. Photo courtesy of Patrick Krohn/Patrick Krohn Photography
Issaquah Eagles senior wide receiver Lucas Senatore, right, holds on to the ball while Mercer Island defensive back Hunter Johnson, left, tries to dislodge the ball. Photo courtesy of Patrick Krohn/Patrick Krohn Photography

Islanders earn victory on the road against the Eagles

Issaquah defense plays well despite loss to Mercer Island.

Issaquah Eagles senior wide receiver Lucas Senatore, right, holds on to the ball while Mercer Island defensive back Hunter Johnson, left, tries to dislodge the ball. Photo courtesy of Patrick Krohn/Patrick Krohn Photography
The Eastlake Wolves girls soccer team conducts a Monday morning practice sessions on Aug. 27 in Sammamish. Shaun Scott/staff photo

Eastlake is looking to contend in the formidable 4A KingCo Conference

Wolves are prepared for the 2018 soccer season on the pitch.

The Eastlake Wolves girls soccer team conducts a Monday morning practice sessions on Aug. 27 in Sammamish. Shaun Scott/staff photo
Skyline senior quarterback Joe Green, who will play college football at Harvard next season, takes a deep drop before throwing a screen pass during practice on Aug. 16 in Sammamish. Shaun Scott/staff photo

Soaring Spartans have a talented roster on gridiron

Team depth is a strength for Skyline.

Skyline senior quarterback Joe Green, who will play college football at Harvard next season, takes a deep drop before throwing a screen pass during practice on Aug. 16 in Sammamish. Shaun Scott/staff photo
Eastlake Wolves quarterback Jackson Proctor, left, scrambles for extra yardage during the second day of practice on Aug. 16 in Sammamish. Shaun Scott/staff photo

Eastlake football team focuses on the fundamentals

Wolves’ strength will be on the offensive and defensive line.

Eastlake Wolves quarterback Jackson Proctor, left, scrambles for extra yardage during the second day of practice on Aug. 16 in Sammamish. Shaun Scott/staff photo