Shaun Scott

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                                The Issaquah Eagles girls soccer team hoists the championship trophy following their 2-1 victory against the Central Valley Bears in the Class 4A girls soccer state title game on Nov. 18 at Sparks Stadium in Puyallup.

Issaquah earns state soccer championship

In the immediate seconds following the final whistle signaling the end of the Class 4A state soccer championship game, Issaquah head coach Tom Bunnell was… Continue reading

 

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                                Eastside Catholic Crusaders safety Malik Putney, right, makes a tackle against the O’Dea Fighting Irish in a contest earlier this season.

Putney patrols the secondary with passion

The last line of defense for the Eastside Catholic Crusaders football team packs a powerful punch. Crusaders’ senior safety Malik Putney is the heart and… Continue reading

 

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                                Issaquah Eagles players surround goalie Chloe Lang (yellow jersey) after she made two dramatic saves in a penalty kick shootout against the Puyallup Vikings. The Eagles outscored the Vikings 3-2 in the overtime shootout to capture a victory in the first round of the Class 4A state playoffs.

Eagles prevail against Vikings in overtime thriller

The entire Issaquah Eagles girls soccer squad made a beeline for goalie Chloe Lang for a celebration of epic proportions. The outcome of the Class… Continue reading

 

Eagles tennis team finishes 2017 regular season undefeated

Perfection during the regular season was a reality for the Issaquah Eagles boys tennis team. The Eagles captured the KingCo 4A regular season title, cruising… Continue reading

Spartans girls soccer team earns KingCo 4A championship

Pure euphoria and joy was evident along the visitors side of the field following the final whistle of the KingCo 4A championship game between the… Continue reading

Longo is the leader of the Eagles

Issaquah Eagles senior midfielder Claudia Longo is the definition of a leader on the soccer field. Longo, who has committed to play collegiate soccer at… Continue reading

Crusaders cruise past Roughriders in regular season finale

When it was all over the Eastside Catholic Crusaders football team hoisted the Class 3A Metro League championship trophy for an unforgettable celebration. Eastside Catholic… Continue reading

Alexander anchors the Spartans stingy defense

Skyline Spartans senior defender Mariah Alexander is determined to see her team dominate in her final season of high school soccer in 2017. The Spartans,… Continue reading

Eagles volleyball team defeats Falcons in four sets

A setback in the second set didn’t derail the Issaquah Eagles volleyball team from capturing a victory against the Woodinville Falcons. Issaquah improved its overall… Continue reading

Thompson is a towering individual on the gridiron

When Eastlake Wolves senior offensive/defensive lineman Spencer Thompson reported for the very first day of spring practice sessions this past June, a surprise awaited him… Continue reading

Spartans shutout Wolves to stay undefeated

Domination is a word that is often utilized quite frequently in the world of sports at all levels. The Skyline Spartans girls soccer team have… Continue reading

Issaquah Eagles lose to Knights in KingCo 4A matchup

The Newport Knights football squad found themselves trailing by a touchdown after the first play of the game against the Issaquah Eagles in a battle… Continue reading

Hiking through the wilderness is a fantastic summer activity

The summer is slowly coming to a close with each passing day as fall is on the immediate horizon. It has been an abnormally sizzling… Continue reading

Eagles dominate Falcons on the soccer pitch

The Issaquah Eagles girls soccer team had waited more than 10 months for a rematch against the Woodinville Falcons. Woodinville, who defeated Issaquah 3-1 in… Continue reading

Wolves cruise to victory against Eagles in opener

The Eastlake Wolves very first offensive play from scrimmage against the Issaquah Eagles in the season opener on the gridiron didn’t go according to plan.… Continue reading

Triple-overtime thriller goes to the Crusaders

The outcome of a matchup between the Eastside Catholic Crusaders and Gonzaga Prep Bullpups powerhouse football programs came down to one final play in triple… Continue reading

Eastside Catholic Crusaders’ Suzuki verbally commits to Clemson baseball program

Eastside Catholic Crusaders incoming sophomore Kenji Suzuki has already decided where he will continue his career on the diamond following high school. Suzuki, who was… Continue reading

Hitting the waves was an enjoyable experience

Traveling is one of my favorite pastimes. In early August, I had the opportunity to visit Aliso Viejo, California for a visit with my childhood… Continue reading

Gridiron stalwarts are prepared for 2017 season

EASTLAKE WOLVES Head coach: Don Bartel (fifth year) Last year: 7-4 (lost to Skyline in first round of 4A state playoffs) Key players: Hank Pladson,… Continue reading

Wile leads Wolves on soccer pitch

Eastlake Wolves senior girls soccer player Sam Wile is the kind of athlete who exudes positivity at all times. Wile, who will be the Wolves… Continue reading