Shaun Scott

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

DiMeco delivers results in the pool

Skyline Spartans junior-to-be Sarah DiMeco has been immersed in the world of competitive swimming since she was 9 years old. DiMeco, who joined the Issaquah… Continue reading

Eastside Catholic Crusaders’ Beck to coach at World University Games

Soccer guru Shelley Beck will have the opportunity of a lifetime to coach some of the best soccer players in the nation against top-notch competition… Continue reading

Issaquah baseball squad wins state crown

The Issaquah Little League 10U All-Star baseball team reached the absolute pinnacle on the diamond this summer. Issaquah cruised to a 11-4 victory against Mill… Continue reading

Heger exudes grittiness on football field

Eastside Catholic Crusaders senior defensive back Duncan Heger is an old school kind of player who enjoys physical contact on the gridiron. The hard-hitting safety… Continue reading

Crusaders continue camp tradition with the community

The Crusaders, who won back-to-back Class 3A state championships in 2014 and 2015, conducted their seventh annual youth football camp for players between first and… Continue reading

Eastlake football camp brings the community together

For the fifth consecutive year, members of the Eastlake Wolves football program shared their knowledge and expertise with youthful football players on the Eastside. The… Continue reading

Crusaders have championship aspirations on gridiron

The Eastside Catholic Crusaders football program is the proverbial equivalent of the 1980s San Francisco 49ers with regard to expectations. The 49ers, who won four… Continue reading

A stroll down memory lane

Certain holidays can create a tidal wave of memories that can rush back to a person like a hurricane. Each year, the Fourth of July… Continue reading

Scott is a prolific receiver for the Crusaders

Eastside Catholic Crusaders sophomore wide receiver Gee Scott Jr. is going to be a force to be reckoned with on the gridiron this fall. Scott,… Continue reading

Taylor attains a coveted honor

Since Mat Taylor took over the Skyline Spartans football program as head coach in 2008, the Spartans have won four state championships. Skyline, which won… Continue reading

Spartans are determined to dominate in 2017

Skyline Spartans head football coach Mat Taylor was in constant motion during the fourth spring practice football session of 2017. Taylor moved from position group… Continue reading

Pladson is a big play threat for the Wolves

The Eastlake Wolves football team’s offense has one of the most prolific players in the KingCo 4A Conference returning to the starting lineup in 2017.… Continue reading

Wolves are poised to take the next step on gridiron

Eastlake Wolves football coaches shouted words of encouragement throughout the duration of the fourth spring football practice under the bright sunshine of early June. The… Continue reading

Skyline defeats rival Eastlake in lacrosse state title game

Pure joy was evident along the sideline of the Skyline Spartans boys lacrosse team as the final seconds trickled off the clock against the rival… Continue reading