Eastside Catholic baseball team advances to Metro League title game

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BASEBALL

Eastside Catholic conquers Bainbridge in semifinals

The Eastside Catholic Crusaders earned a 12-9 win against the Bainbridge Island Spartans in the Class 3A Metro tournament semifinals on May 6 at Steve Cox Memorial Park in Seattle. The Crusaders will face the Lakeside Lions in the Class 3A Metro championship game at 7 p.m. on May 9 at Steve Cox Memorial Park.

Issaquah shuts down Newport

The Issaquah Eagles cruised to a 10-0 win against the Newport Knights in the KingCo 4A playoffs on May 6. Issaquah will face the Bothell Cougars in the KingCo title game at 7 p.m. on May 9 at Bannerwood Park in Bellevue.

Bothell defeats Skyline

The Bothell Cougars registered a 7-5 win against the Skyline Spartans in a KingCo 4A loser-out playoff game on May 5.

SOCCER

A showdown on the soccer field is on the horizon

The Skyline Spartans and Issaquah Eagles boys soccer teams will meet in the Class 4A KingCo championship game at 7 p.m. on May 9 at Skyline High School in Sammamish. The winner of this contest will clinch a berth at the Class 4A state tournament.

SOFTBALL

Inglemoor captures victory against Skyline

The Inglemoor Vikings earned a 5-4 win against the Skyline Spartans on May 5. Skyline dropped to 10-5 with the loss. Skyline ace pitcher Caroline Bowman had six strikeouts in the loss.

Bishop Blanchet defeats Eastside Catholic

The Bishop Blanchet Braves earned a 11-9 victory against the Eastside Catholic Crusaders on May 2. Eastside Catholic dropped to 5-12 overall with the loss.

Inglemoor shuts out Issaquah

The Inglemoor Vikings registered a 12-0 win against the Issaquah Eagles on May 2. Issaquah dropped to 4-11 overall with the loss.

Eastlake conquers Bothell

The Eastlake Wolves defeated the Bothell Cougars 11-1 on May 2. Eastlake improved its overall record to 11-5 with the victory.

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Championship day on the diamond celebrates local all-stars

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Eastlake Wolves senior Broc Stauffer hauls in a short pass before turning the ball upfield during a spring football practice session on June 5 in Sammamish.
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Wolves are optimistic on the gridiron

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Crusaders baseball team earns third place at the state tournament

Eastside Catholic dominates Edmonds-Woodway in third-/fourth-place game.

The Issaquah Eagles tennis doubles squad consisting of Charlie Suh and Lucas Pastor won the Class 4A state tournament on May 26 in Richland.
                                Photo courtesy of Patrick Nam
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Freshmen Charlie Suh and Lucas Pastor attain a monumental achievement.

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                                Issaquah Eagles senior thrower Joey Jensen captured first place in discus with a toss of a 177 feet, six inches at the Class 4A District II track championships on May 18 at the Southwest Athletic Complex in Seattle. Jensen’s toss was 42 feet further than the second place finisher (Logan Milks).
Jensen dominates at districts in discus

Issaquah senior earns first place with a toss of 177 feet, six inches.

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