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Issaquah finishes the 2018-19 season with 11 victories.
SB 5238 requires University of Washington and Harborview Medical Center to compile research data
Issaquah Eagles wrestling head coach Kirk Hyatt was beaming with pride during the Mat Classic Class 4A state tournament on Feb. 15-16 in Tacoma. The… Continue reading
Freshman leads the way for Eagles in Federal Way.
Mount Si junior Nathan Harris competes in the 100 butterfly B final at the 4A state meet on Saturday at the King County Aquatics Center… Continue reading
When you’re on vacation, you might as well pack as many vital activities into your schedule as you can, right? Sometimes, the docket lengthens as… Continue reading
Issaquah Eagles head wrestling coach Kirk Hyatt is a mainstay in the community.
Issaquah senior Brian Yoon is a tenacious defender.
Carson Tanner earns an individual title.
Issaquah Eagles grappler Mitchell Barnes pinned North Creek wrestler Daniel Shapovalov in the second round of the 4A KingCo 285-pound championship match. Barnes had an… Continue reading
Steady progression has been a staple of Issaquah Eagles senior 152-pound wrestler Kamil Solowiej’s wrestling career. Solowiej earned first place for the first time of… Continue reading
The 4A KingCo girls basketball tournament tipped off Thursday night. In girls’ action, North Creek (7-6) beat Mount Si (5-8), 71-50, and Issaquah (6-7) beat… Continue reading
Athletes and coaches have unveiled their best performances in the regular season, and now the postseason is upon us. Strap in tight and prepare for… Continue reading
Issaquah senior Luci Stewart finishes with 20 points in home finale.
Issaquah senior Asa Taylor scores 14 points in final home game.
The Issaquah School District Foothills middle school wrestling tournament took place on Jan. 19. The event, which featured grapplers in the ISD, was the largest… Continue reading
Eighth annual Special Olympics basketball game brings the community together.
In his last year on the ballot, the Mariner legend and greatest designated hitter of all time gets the Cooperstown call.
Issaquah junior has amassed 16 victories thus far this season.
Issaquah Eagles sophomore Julia David-Smith (pictured furthest on the right) clocked a time of 5:04. 16 in the one-mile run at the University of Washington… Continue reading