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The Issaquah girls basketball team split their first two district playoff games.
The Issaquah boys wrestling team finished third as a team at the 4A boys region 2 wrestling tournament on Feb. 15 at Skyline High School.… Continue reading
The Issaquah gymnastics team finished third at the 4A KingCo/District meet with a score of 171.525 on Feb. 8 at Newport High School. Issaquah senior… Continue reading
Issaquah swim and dive team finished third amongst 4A KingCo schools.
The Issaquah boys basketball team saw its season come to an end after a 69-67 loss to Woodinville in a 4A KingCo league tournament loser-out… Continue reading
Eagles will head into district tournament with No. 4 seed.
The ninth annual Special Olympics basketball game was held on Jan. 29 at Issaquah High School. A team made up of students from Issaquah, Skyline,… Continue reading
Issaquah girls pulled away for a 70-53 win, while the boys fell, 71-56.
Issaquah’s 6-foot-9 forward Danny Howe can do it all for the Eagles.
The Issaquah girls basketball team picked up a 62-54 win on senior night over the Newport Knights on Jan. 24. At press time, the Eagles… Continue reading
The Issaquah boys snapped a three-game losing streak in league play with a 56-53 victory over North Creek on Jan. 16. The game against the… Continue reading
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
The Issaquah girls extended their winning streak to four games after a 63-42 victory over the Bothell Cougars on Jan. 10. During the week, the… Continue reading
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.
The Issaquah boys and girls basketball teams are both on the road to play league games against the Newport Knights on Jan. 3, with the… Continue reading
Athletic success is a staple of the local community.
Alivia Stephens scored a game-high 28 points for the Eagles.