Issaquah’s Alivia Stephens helped lead the Eagles to a pair of convincing wins over Bothell and Mount Si. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/Stop Action Photography

Issaquah’s Alivia Stephens helped lead the Eagles to a pair of convincing wins over Bothell and Mount Si. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/Stop Action Photography

Issaquah girls win fourth straight, boys’ comeback falls short | Prep hoops roundup

  • Tuesday, January 14, 2020 11:36am
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The Issaquah girls extended their winning streak to four games after a 63-42 victory over the Bothell Cougars on Jan. 10. During the week, the Eagles also picked up a convincing 64-26 win over the Mount Si Wildcats on Jan. 8. At press time, the Eagles sit on top of the KingCo Crest standings, sporting a 6-1 league record.

The Issaquah boys’ fourth-quarter comeback fell just short in a 74-72 loss to the Bothell Cougars on Jan. 10. The Eagles trailed by 13 after the third quarter, but they made it close in the final frame, outscoring the Cougars 25-16 in the fourth quarter.


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Issaquah junior Danny Howe (left) looks to make a play during the Eagles’ 53-39 loss to the Mount Si Wildcats on Jan. 7. Photo Courtesy of Calder Productions

Issaquah junior Danny Howe (left) looks to make a play during the Eagles’ 53-39 loss to the Mount Si Wildcats on Jan. 7. Photo Courtesy of Calder Productions

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