Issaquah wins pair
Issaquah used three first inning runs and a combined effort on the mound from Ty Gibson, Tyler Huling and Nick Sutherland to get the win over Graham-Kapowsin.
Matt Sarkozy knocked in a pair of runs and Ryan Peart also had an RBI in the win. Gibson got the start on the mound and worked three innings of three hit ball before giving way to Huling. Sutherland worked the final two innings, allowing only one hit and no runs, as the Eagles held on.
Issaquah came back from that win wither another one-run affair, this time a 2-1 victory over West Seattle at Safeco Field.
An early run put the Eagles in a 1-0 hole before Derek Chapman scored on a Mitchell Morimoto groundout in the third inning.
In the sixth it was a Jacob McBride double scoring Nik Sutherland for what would prove the game winning run, as David Van Halm worked a scoreless sixth and seventh for Issaquah to preserve the win.
Eastside Catholic 12 Ballard 6
The Crusaders used two hits, two walks and four runs scored from Addison Hull and multi-hit games from Taylor Wright and Matt Kvech to get the win.
Eastlake wins pair
Carson Iraola and Max Escarda each finished with a pair of base hits and knocked in a combined three runs as the Wolves beat 3A Bellevue 8-1.
Mark Whitley got the win on the mound, working five innings and allowing only one run.
Andy Varness got the victory as the Wolves beat Juanita 7-5, while Whitley had a base hit, RBI and run scored.Skyline’s Lee sets record
Bryan Lee, a senior at Skyline, broke the school’s decade-old discus record with a throw of 156 feet, 3.5 inches in a dual meet with Newport, besting the old mark by more than a foot.
Paul Clary had a throw of 155 feet in 2004 for the Spartans.
Skyline 6 Bellevue 11
Hank Bethke scored five goals and Eric Haehl and Ryan Eastes each added two as the Wolverines took care of Skyline to remain unbeaten on the season.
Cole Cansler had nine saves in net for Bellevue in the win.
Charley Kurtenbach scored three goals to lead the offense for the Spartans.
Eastlake 5 Mercer Island 19
Chase Barlow led Eastlake with three goals and added an assist and five ground balls, but it was not enough in a loss to Mercer Island.
Eastside Catholic 15 Overlake 13
Valerie Vachris scored nine goals to lead Eastside Catholic to the win, as the Crusaders used an 8-6 first half advantage to hold on for the win.
Eastlake 5 Ballard 2
Katie Park won in the number one singles spot for the Wolves, which swept in the singles matches. Ashwathy Goutham and Angela Zou won in the number two doubles spot.
Jamie Midkiff shot even par 36 to help her team to a win over Newport.