Photo courtesy of Rick Edelman/Rick Edelman Photography The Skyline Spartans girls track team captured a 80-72 victory against the Mount Si Wildcats. Spartans and Wildcats athletes competed in the 100-meter hurdles on April 27 at Skyline High School.

Skyline sweeps Mount Si in dual track meet

  • Tuesday, May 2, 2017 1:34pm
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Skyline sweeps Mount Si in KingCo track meet

The Skyline Spartans girls and boys track teams earned victories in a dual meet against the Mount Si Wildcats on April 27. The Skyline girls team earned a 80-72 victory and the Spartans boys team registered a 83-65 win. Skyline girls athletes earning first place in their respective events consisted of Katrina Atkinson (400, 400 relay), Geneva Schlepp (800), Mia Crocker (1600, 1600 relay), Amber McGraw (3200), Faye Danyluk (100 hurdles), Caitlin Hanson (300 hurdles), Ali Hirayami (shot-put), Julia Matthews (high jump), Julia Jacobson (400 relay, 800 relay), Ariel Danyluk (400 relay, 800 relay), Emma Terry (400 relay), Corrine Haack (800 relay), Maisy Webb (800 relay), Annika Seaver (1600 relay), Jennifer Tidball (1600 relay) and Lydia Kauri (1600 relay). In boys action, athletes capturing first place finishes included Alexander Laucius (400, 400 relay), Griffin Ganz (800), Eugene Cabamalan (3200), Liam Carius (shot-put, discus), Ben Furphy (javelin), Dominic Wieburg (long jump), Bradley Kim (triple jump, 400 relay), Bradley Smith (400 relay), Luke Stiles (400 relay), Carter Culver (1600 relay), Sam Range (1600 relay), Christopher Fink (1600 relay) and Jordan Perez-Castillo (1600 relay).


Spartans conquer Eagles in rivalry softball matchup

The Skyline Spartans cruised to a 12-0 win against the Issaquah Eagles on April 27. Skyline (10-3) will host the Newport Knights at 4:30 p.m. on May 9 at Skyline High School. Issaquah (4-10) will host Auburn Moutainview in a non-league game at 4:30 p.m. on May 8.

Eastlake captures victory against Newport

The Eastlake Wolves registered a 12-5 win against the Newport Knights on April 28. Eastlake (9-5) will face the Issaquah Eagles at 4:30 p.m. on May 9 in Issaquah.

Bainbridge defeats Eastside Catholic

The Bainbridge Island Spartans captured a 6-3 win against the Eastside Catholic Crusaders on April 28. Eastside Catholic dropped to 3-11 overall.


Crusaders conquer Lakeside

The Eastside Catholic Crusaders earned a 3-1 win against the Lakeside Lions on April 28. Eastside Catholic improved their overall record to 14-5 with the win.

Eagles earns win against Knights

The Issaquah Eagles defeated the Newport Knights 3-1 on April 28. Issaquah improved its overall record to 15-4 with the win.

Spartans dominate Vikings

The Skyline Spartans improved its overall record to 9-8 with a 10-3 victory against the Inglemoor Vikings on April 28.

Falcons shutout Wolves

The Woodinville Falcons tallied a 2-0 win against the Eastlake Wolves on April 28. Eastlake dropped to 9-10 overall with the loss.


Spartans shutout Knights

The Skyline Spartans, who are currently in first place in the Class 4A KingCo division, captured a 2-0 win against the Newport Knights on April 28. The Spartans improved its overall record to 10-3-2 with the victory.

Issaquah captures victory against Eastlake

The Issaquah Eagles nabbed a 4-1 win against the Eastlake Wolves on April 28. Issaquah improved its overall record to 8-4-3 with the win while Eastlake dropped to 7-7-1 with the loss.

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