Issaquah 1 Kentridge 0
The Eagles got a combined shutout on the mound from pitchers Ryan Peart, David Van Halm and Tyler Huling, and the game winning RBI with no outs in the seventh inning on a Matt Sarkozy double to beat Kentridge 1-0 in the season opener.
The Chargers mounted an early threat on an error and passed ball, before having a runner caught stealing home to end the inning. Peart, Van Halm and Huling, who picked up the win in one inning of relief, kept Kentridge to four hits.
Mitchell Morimoto began the bottom of the seventh with a triple before Sarkozy knocked him in for the game winning run on Issaquah’s only two extra base hits of the game.
Eastside Catholic 3 Skyline 2
The Crusaders used four innings on the mound from Bill Dimlow to get the win.
Eastlake 222 Garfield 343
Sophomore Maddie Nelson fired a three under-par 33 on the south course at Sahalee to earn medalist honors and help Eastlake to a win over Garfield.
Senior Jamie Midkiff was the only other golfer to break 40, shooting 38, with sophomore Ashley Fitzgibbons shooting 43 for the Wolves.
Eastlake 8 Eastside Catholic 13
Ross Komenda scored four goals and Colin MacIlvennie added three more as the Crusaders beat neighbor Eastlake in the season opener for both teams Saturday in Sammamish.
The game, which also served as a cancer research fundraiser and event to honor members of each school community impacted by the disease, was part of the No One Fights Alone campaign and also the head coaching debut at EC for Gordon MacIlvennie.
“Our defense played very well,” he told U.S. Lacrosse Washington. “We have a very talented squad, but we have to make sure that we gel as a team.”
Cullen Payne scored three goals for Eastlake and Chase Barlow added two more in the loss.
Sherwood (Ore.) 3 Issaquah 17
The Eagles had no trouble with Oregon’s Sherwood High School, using an 11-3 halftime lead and three goals from Zach Fritz and Mikey Giannopulos to get the win in their season opener.
Liam Colter and James Nelson each scored a pair of goals for Issaquah.
O’Dea 2 Skyline 17
The Spartans opened the season with a 17-2 win over O’Dea, which was playing its first varsity game, behind five goals from Charley Kurtenbach and three more from Michael Cowin.
Skyline led 12-0 at half and never looked back, as Tyler Johnston also added three goals in the win.
Jackson 12 Eastlake 2
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