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Girls basketball roundup | Issaquah routes ranked Garfield
Issaquah might be small in size, but the Eagles made a big statement Friday night. Issaquah knocked off fifth-ranked Garfield 62-46 behind Maddey Pflaumer's game-high 23 points. The aggressive Eagles wasted little time taking a lead. Issaquah was up 24-12 after one quarter and 35-24 at halftime. The Eagles continued to outscore the Bulldogs over the next two quarters, improving to 2-0 in league and 3-0 overall. Issaquah guards Blaire Brady and Taryn Holmes added nine points apiece. Eastlake edges Skyline Eastlake won a close battle on the Plateau Friday night, knocking off Skyline 42-38. The Wolves carried a 31-30 lead into the the fourth quarter, holding on behind the 16 points of Kendra Morrison and 12 of Alyssa Charlston. Amy Ziegler paced the Spartans with a team-high 10 points, while Kassia Fortier added nine. Eastlake improved to 1-1 in league and 3-1 overall with the victory. Skyline dropped to 0-2 in league and 2-2 overall. Eastside comes up shy to Prep A one-point deficit quickly turned into a double-digit defeat for Eastside Catholic Friday night. The Crusaders trailed 37-36 headed into the fourth quarter before falling 63-50. Eastside sophomore guard Michaela O'Rourke led the Crusaders with 17 points. Prep was paced by the game-high 31 points of Kari Luttinen. Eastside fell to 1-2 in league and 2-2 overall with the loss. They won just one game last season.