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Issaquah’s 6-foot-9 forward Danny Howe can do it all for the Eagles.
Three relay teams qualified for state at the Kentridge Invitational on Jan. 11 in Federal Way.
Maya Mandyam is off to a stellar start in her first and last year of high school gymnastics
Danny Howe’s career high leads the Issaquah boys to a 71-66 victory over Newport.
Lauren Frueh hits late free throws to secure 58-53 win over Newport.
Issaquah’s 138-pound wrestler Carson Tanner missed the Mat Classic last season due to injury.
Alivia Stephens scored a game-high 28 points for the Eagles.
Issaquah senior Saxon Cullimore had a game-high 22 points in the loss to the Spartans.
Issaquah girls basketball cruises to a 60-14 win, boys team falls short in 62-54 loss.
There is plenty of excitement for the Eagles as they embark on their new seasons.
The Eagles will face the Bothell Cougars in another loser-out game on Nov. 14.
Heninger placed 46th and Hanson took 49th at the meet on Nov. 9.
Eagles find success in first year under head coach Joshua Brookshire.
Eagles sending two doubles teams after they placed first and second at 4A KingCo championships.
The Eagles’ victory keeps them neck-and-neck with North Creek on top of the 4A KingCo standings.
The Eagles bring their A-game with postseason approaching
Eagles continue to roll by sweeping Skyline.
The Issaquah defense forced three turnovers in victory over Newport.
More than $21,000 has been raised to help pay for Asa Taylor’s medical bills after collapsing at practice.
The Issaquah girls soccer team won a convincing 6-0 game over Mercer Island.