Issaquah senior Maya Mandyam performs her floor routine during the state gymnastics meet on Feb. 22 at Sammamish High School. Benjamin Olson/staff photo

Issaquah senior Maya Mandyam performs her floor routine during the state gymnastics meet on Feb. 22 at Sammamish High School. Benjamin Olson/staff photo

Issaquah swim and dive team and gymnasts compete at state meets

  • Tuesday, February 25, 2020 12:49pm
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Gymnastics: Six Issaquah gymnasts competed at the 4A state gymnastics meet Feb. 21-22 at Sammamish High School. Maya Mandyam (vault, bars, beam and floor), Skye Barlow (vault), Eloise Mullet (bars, beam and floor), Vanessa Sebring (beam), Tasha Lee (floor) and Stephanie Callans (floor) represented the Eagles during the competition.

On the first day of competition, Mandyam finished sixth in the all-around with a 37.150. Mandyam and Mullet both qualified to compete in the event finals on Feb. 22. In the event finals, Mandyam was second on bars (9.600), third on floor (9.525) and fifth on vault (9.325), and Mullet was fourth on beam with a score of 9.400.

Boys swim and dive: The Issaquah swim and dive team finished sixth as a team with a score of 145 at the 4A state swim meet on Feb. 22 at the King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way. Issaquah sophomore diver Robert Gref won the 1-meter diving competition with a score of 456.60.

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