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A run at a perfect season and a first-ever volleyball championship fell just short for Issaquah Friday night in Kennewick.
Issaquah overcame a two-touchdown deficit Saturday to come from behind and beat Olympia 34-28 in two overtimes on the road.
Top-ranked Skyline got a scare Saturday night, but held on to beat unranked Central Kitsap 16-14 on a rainy night in Sammamish.
In a near identical performance from last week's regular-season finale, the Issaquah volleyball team defeated Newport handily Thursday night — 25-18, 25-19, 25-15 — to capture the KingCo 4A tournament championship and a top seed in the 4A state tournament.
The Issaquah girls soccer team kept its season alive Saturday beating Bothell 2-1 in a loser-out match.
Taylor Wyman rushed for three touchdowns, kicked five extra-points and added a field goal Friday night as Issaquah defeated Woodinville 38-7 in a loser-out KingCo 4A crossover game.
Issaquah fended off a feisty Roosevelt in five games Monday night, winning 30-32, 25-17, 25-17, 19-25, 15-10.
Eastlake put up a fight, but in the end it was undefeated Issaquah who prevailed Wednesday, earning a four-game victory over the Wolves — 25-15, 23-25, 28-26, 25-15.
Issaquah won its ninth consecutive match on Monday night beating Redmond in three straight sets — 25-19, 25-14, 25-18.
Newport took two early leads over Skyline Friday, but the top-ranked Spartans prevailed with a 55-34 victory over the Knights.
Rachel Roeder and Sarah Hanna recorded 24 and 20 kills, respectively, Wednesday as Issaquah defeated rival Skyline in four games — 25-13, 25-17, 25-6, 25-20.
Senior running back Taylor Wyman scored three touchdowns and added a field goal last Friday as Issaquah pounded non-league Kamiak 38-6 in Everett.
Dayna Talley scored a late first-half goal Tuesday night to lift Issaquah to a 1-0 victory over Ballard.
After renaming Issaquah Stadium after long-time coach Gary Moore, the Eagles capped off a special night with a53-0 thumping of Ballard.
Mercer Island swept four singles matches and three doubles matches to defeat Skyline 7-0 Tuesday afternoon.
Jason Houck became the first male athlete from Issaquah to ever win the Beaver Lake Triathlon Saturday, taking the 17th annual event in 1 hour, 10 minutes, 3 seconds.
This week, construction crews closed a section of SE 62nd Street between East Lake Sammamish Parkway and 221st Place SE as a part of the Interstate 90 undercrossing project.