Lacrosse teams dominate, Midkiff shoots three-under par for Eastlake | Prep sports news

Scores, highlights and updates from prep sports action in Issaquah and Sammamish

Baseball

Chief Sealth 3 Eastside Catholic 10

The Crusaders got two base hits, including a triple, from Addison Hull in a 10-3 win over Chief Sealth.

Jacob Wells worked four innings on the mound, and allowed only two earned runs, to get the win.

Skyline 4 Garfield 0

The Spartans started the KingCo slate with a shutout win over Garfield, behind six and two-thirds innings on the mound from pitcher Sam Lawerence.

Cole Blackburn and Jason Santiago each had a pair of base hits, and Santiago knocked in two runs in the win.

Interlake 6 Eastlake 3

Mason Pierzchalski had two base hits and an RBI, but it wasn’t enough to get past 3A Interlake.

Henry Lin scored a run and knocked in two more for the Saints, while Christian McDonald had two more hits and scored two runs.

Boys soccer

Skyline 3 Eastside Catholic 0

The Spartans got a shutout in goal and goals from Jason Twaddle, Nihar Baxi and Mason Prendergast to beat neighbor Eastside Catholic 3-0.

Boys lacrosse

Bothell-Inglemoor 5 Issaquah 13

Liam Colter scored four goals and James Rauch added three more as Issaquah overwhelmed Bothell-Inglemoor to stay unbeaten on the year.

Bellevue 11 Eastlake 3

The Wolves were unable to gain any traction offensively in the 11-3 loss to Bellevue, as Chase Barlow and Cullen Payne scored goals.

Bainbridge 4 Eastside Catholic 17

Colin MacIlvennie put in four goals and Ross Komenda did the same to lead the Crusaders to the lopsided win over Bainbridge.

Girls golf

Jamie Midkiff shot a three-under par 34 to earn medalist honors for Eastlake in its win over Ballard at Jackson Golf Course.

Maddie Nelson also broke 40 with a 39, while Ashley Fitzgibbons shot 41 for the Wolves.

 

 


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