Issaquah boys tennis sweeps Skyline, girls swim makes a splash against Mercer Island | Issaquah prep sports roundup

  • Tuesday, October 22, 2019 12:10pm
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Football: The Eagles (1-2 in the league, 3-4 overall) lost 38-12 to the North Creek Jaguars (5-1) on Oct. 18. Eagles quarterback Keagan Barnwell threw for two touchdowns in the loss. The Eagles will finish their regular season with a home game against their rivals, the Skyline Spartans (3-4), on Oct. 25 at Issaquah High School.

Girls soccer: The Eagles (3-3-1 in the league, 5-4-2 overall) lost a close 2-1 game to the Eastlake Wolves (7-1-4) on Oct. 16. Senior forward Amilia Esterhuizen scored the lone goal for the Eagles. Issaquah hosts its final home game of the season against the Mount Si Wildcats (1-6-4) on Oct. 29.

Boys golf: Issaquah senior Wyatt Bevill shot a 77 at the KingCo 4A Boys Medalist Tournament and an 80 at the 4A Boys State Qualifier Tournament. Both Tournaments were held on Oct. 15 at Snohomish Golf Course.

Boys tennis: The Eagles (9-0 in the league, 10-2 overall) wrapped up their regular season with a 7-0 victory over the Skyline Spartans (8-3) on Oct. 15.

Girls swim and dive: The Eagles (6-1) swim and dive team picked up a 106-80 victory over Mercer Island (4-2) on Oct. 17. Issaquah hosts Sammamish (2-5) on Oct. 24 before the KingCo Championship Finals on Nov. 2.

Cross country: Issaquah finished its regular season with a three-team meet against Redmond and Inglemoor at St. Edward State Park on Oct. 15. The boys team took first place and the girls team finished second. The 4A KingCo Championship Meet will be on Nov. 2 at Lake Sammamish State Park.

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