Issaquah boys off to 2-0 start | Weekend basketball roundup

Issaquah won its second straight game to start the season Saturday, beating Kent Meridian 59-55 in the Les Schwab Tipoff Classic.

  • Monday, December 5, 2011 3:39pm
  • Sports

Issaquah won its second straight game to start the season Saturday, beating Kent Meridian 59-55 in the Les Schwab Tipoff Classic.

The Eagles were led by Nick Price’s 19 points and 10 rebounds. Fletcher Martin added nine points and nine rebounds.

Nine total Issaquah players scored, as the Eagles improved to 2-0.

Skyline passes first test

Skyline started its season with a bang Saturday, beating Auburn Mountainview 63-44 in the Les Schwab Tipoff Classic.

The Spartans outscored the Lions 23-3 in the first quarter and never looked back. Lucas Shannon led Skyline with 23 points and Will Parker scored 14.

Eastlake drops close battle with Kentwood

Eastlake led Kentwood by one point at the half, but couldn’t hang on Saturday, falling 81-77 to the Conquerors.

Brandon Lester scored 27 points for the Wolves, Michael Hwang had 20 and Eric Holmdahl scored 14.

Eastlake dropped to 1-2 on the season.

Eastside Catholic tops Australian team

Eastside Catholic kept its record flawless Saturday, beating Mandurah (Australia) 65-58.

The Crusaders were led by Austin Soukup and Joey Schreiber, who scored 17 and 16 potions, respectively. Mandrell Worthy added 12. Eastside Catholic improved to 2-0 on the season.


Skyline crushes Kentlake

Skyline cruised to victory Saturday in the Les Schwab Tipoff Classic, beating Kentlake 71-27.

The Spartans, held the Falcons scoreless in the third quarter, were led by Rachel Shim’s 18 points. Shelby Kassuba scored 12 and Allie Wyszynski added 10. Skyline improved to 1-1 on the season.

Issaquah routs Battle Ground

Issaquah had no problem with non-league Battle Ground Saturday, earning a 66-30 victory.

The Eagles were led by sophomore guard Mandie Hill’s 18 points. Mackenzie Wieburg scored nine and Emily Winterstein scored eight.

Issaquah improved to 2-1 on the season.


In consideration of how we voice our opinions in the modern world, we’ve closed comments on our websites. We value the opinions of our readers and we encourage you to keep the conversation going.

Please feel free to share your story tips by emailing

To share your opinion for publication, submit a letter through our website Include your name, address and daytime phone number. (We’ll only publish your name and hometown.) We reserve the right to edit letters, but if you keep yours to 300 words or less, we won’t ask you to shorten it.

More in Sports

Courtesy of Calder Productions
Girls basketball: Mt. Si beats Issaquah in conference action

Mount Si High School beat Issaquah 68-59 at home Jan. 5 in… Continue reading

file photo
Health department: COVID outbreaks linked to high school wrestling tournaments

At least 80 cases are tied to the events which included attendees from multiple counties and states.

Photo courtesy of Panthers Youth Rugby
Panthers Youth Rugby rolls into action

Panthers Youth Rugby is encouraging boys and girls in middle school and… Continue reading

Photo of Eastlake Little League’s All Star Team. From L to R: (Back row) Jackson Wheeler, Kellen Kinney, Sanath Chari, James Ort III, Sule Tian, Eli Jones, Pryce Eadon. (Front row) JJ Hamiltion, Sawyer Todd, Ryder Oswalt, Walter Steinbok, Logan Rausch, Harrison Militello. Photo Courtesy of Jeff Steinbok.
Eastlake’s time at Little League World Series comes to an end

The boys of Eastlake Little League’s 12U all-star team’s time at the… Continue reading

A Decatur High School student in Federal Way participates in a conditioning workout in Feb. 2021 as the state eased back in to in-person activities. Olivia Sullivan/Sound Publishing
State announces mask requirements for student sports, performing arts

Athletes are not required to wear masks when participating in sports of any contact level while outside.

Eastlake all-stars score spot in Little League World Series

Eastlake Little League’s 12U all star team was crowned Northwest Regional Champions… Continue reading

Screenshot of video obtained by Redmond police shows Richard Sherman trying to break into the Redmond home of his in-laws.
Former Seattle Seahawks player Richard Sherman charged with five misdemeanors in King County

Charges were filed following an incident at home of Sherman’s in-laws in Redmond.

Redmond Police arrest former Seattle Seahawk Richard Sherman

Redmond Police allege former Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman crashed into a… Continue reading

Snoqualmie Casino unveiled the first immersive Seahawks-branded table game experience Sept. 18, 2020, in a ribbon cutting dedication with Snoqualmie Tribe Council members and Snoqualmie Casino executives. Courtesy photo
Gambling Commission OKs pacts with tribes for sports betting

Agreements with 15 tribes await approval by the governor and the feds.

Issaquah notches girls soccer victory

Issaquah’s girls soccer team celebrates a goal during its 4-0 victory over… Continue reading

Registration open for Panthers Youth Rugby

By Sophie Demandolx Special to the Reporter If you are a teenager… Continue reading

Kentwood High football. FILE PHOTO
WIAA Executive Board revises Season 1 sports in response to state guidelines

Practices scheduled to begin Feb. 1 for football, volleyball, soccer and 5 other sports