The Issaquah girls lacrosse team scored four unanswered goals to start the second half, pulling away from Mercer Island for a 15-11 Division I victory Friday night.
Katie Mincin started the scoring barrage early in the second half, breaking a 7-7 tie. Sister Emily Mincin followed up with a pair of goals and Brittany Hogan added another.
Emily Mincin had 10 draw controls and Laura Voss had 11 saves in goal.
Issaquah (4-2-1) next faces Holy Names (0-7-0), Tuesday, April 26 in Seattle.
Eastlake edges rival Skyline by one point
Eastlake defeated Plateau rival Skyline Saturday afternoon in a close match, 13-12.
The Wolves were led by Patrick Keogh and Cooper Rosenthan, who scored three goals apiece. Zach Shute added two goals and three assists and Brian Quick had two goals and two assists.
Skyline was led by Cannon Gardner, who scored three goals.
Eastlake won its second straight game, improving to 3-4 in division play and 7-4-1 overall. Skyline moved to 4-2 in division and 8-6 overall.
Issaquah downs King’s Way
Issaquah used a second-half surge to run away from King’s Way Saturday night, 17-7.
The Eagles, who led 6-3 at halftime, scored seven goals in the third quarter to pull away for good.
Jake Fritz scored five goals and had an assist, while Michael Hatcher added a goal and four assists. Matt O’Neill collected an impressive 10 groundballs.
Issaquah improved to 5-1 in division play and 9-5 overall.
Issaquah tennis sweeps Bothell
Issaquah won all of its singles and doubles matches Friday afternoon, beating Bothell 7-0.
No. 1 singles player Dayna Bennett paved the way with a perfect 6-0, 6-0 victory of Rebeka You.
Alyssa Wilson, Kelsey Wilson and Regina Darahovaski also picked up singles wins.
The No. 1 team of Sam Garrard and Sabrina Norton defeated Morgan Milner and Colleen Byrne, 6-0, 6-0. The No. 2 team of Selena Lustig and Rachel Gonchar and Moly Shad and Amber Lee also picked up victories in straight sets without allowing points.