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Eastlake faces top-ranked Camas, Eastside Catholic one win from return to Tacoma Dome | Prep football news
The quarterfinals of the 4A and 3A Gridiron Classic state football tournaments are Saturday, as Eastlake faces Camas and Eastside Catholic meets Meadowdale.
The Eagles avenged a pair of losses to Skyline by winning in penalty kicks in last week's state quarterfinals, keeping their own season alive in the process.
The state swim and dive meet ended Saturday at King County Aquatic Center and saw a host of local preps bring home medals.
The Eagles, which ended the year against rival Skyline in last year's 4A state title game, won on penalty kicks to move to the semi-finals.
The Spartans were undone by turnovers and the dynamic junior running back Chico McClatcher in a 26-20 loss.
The Spartans face Federal Way, Eastlake meets Union and Eastside Catholic plays Marysville-Pilchuck with spots in the quarterfinals of the state football tournaments on the line.
The 4A state swim and dive meet begins Friday in Federal Way.
The Spartans and Crusaders begin state play Friday in Lacey.
The Wolves took care of Kentwood in emphatic fashion at French Field, winning 52-7 behind monster efforts from Troy Lewis and Blue Thomas.
The Spartans and Crusaders won lopsided games at home while Issaquah ended its season against Union.
Updates from playoff action in Issaquah-Sammamish, including Skyline's near-miss for a 4A KingCo volleyball title and Issaquah's third straight winner-to-state match Saturday.
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Blue Thomas and the Kentwood Conks are no strangers to one another, and will have a chance to get reacquainted when Eastlake travels to French Field this week.
Skyline, Eastlake, Issaquah and Eastside Catholic all continue their seasons on the gridiron in the district playoffs.
Skyline's girls team and both cross country squads from Eastlake are headed to the state meet after Monday's rescheduled bi-district championships.
Skyline led throughout and will take the conference's top seed to next week's 4A district playoffs after beating Bothell 28-14 in the conference title game.
Each of the three brought home lopsided wins in the crossover round to move on.
Updates on postseason action for Issaqauh-Sammamish athletes, including the 4A boys golf district champions from Eastlake.
Missy Lee, the owner of Issaquah's Eastside Kickboxing, is a first time business owner and learning on the fly.
The Spartans brought the league championship back to the Plateau and are in the hunt for a third straight state title.
The two area soccer rivals will play for the second time in a week to decide a league champion.