Issaquah wins third straight swim meet | Friday prep roundup

The Issaquah swim team won five individual events and all three relays Thursday afternoon, beating Inglemoor 103-82.

  • Friday, December 9, 2011 2:10pm
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The Issaquah swim team won five individual events and all three relays Thursday afternoon, beating Inglemoor 103-82.

Brian Ruggles won two events, claiming the 200 IM in 2 minutes, 5.40 seconds and 100 breast in 1:02.93. Austin Melody won the 200 free (1:55.62), Gabe Florsheim took the 50 free (23.46) and Willy Matsuda claimed the 100 free (50.37).

The 200 medley, 200 free and 400 free relays all earned wins.


Skyline wins double-dual

Skyline won two matches Thursday afternoon, defeating Ballard 66-15 and Roosevelt 46-36.

Four Spartans earned two pins on the night, including Griffin Howlett (113), Tyler White (138), Ian Crouch (152) and Douglas Lawson (170).

Nathan Swanson (106), Tristan Steciw (120), Jerred Kiss (126), Tyler Aguirre (145), Michael Mecham (160) and Cyrus Sarkosh (182) also earned victories via pin.

Issaquah rolls over Redmond

Issaquah won six matches via forfeit on Thursday en route to a 60-18 victory over Redmond.

Three Eagles earned pins. Louden Ivey (120) pinned Blair Anson in 23 seconds, Joseph Tonnemaker (145) pinned Elijah Grady in 3:48 and Matt Solusod (220) pinned Eddie Mineishi in 55 seconds.

Max Tickman (132) and Almen Thorpe (138) each earned victories via decision.


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