MI tops Skyline in non-conference tennis match | Tuesday prep roundup

Mercer Island swept four singles matches and three doubles matches to defeat Skyline 7-0 Tuesday afternoon.

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Mercer Island swept four singles matches and three doubles matches to defeat Skyline 7-0 Tuesday afternoon.

The Islanders won all their matches in two sets.

The Spartan’s No. 1 doubles team of Brayden Hasen and Alex Wu pushed their opponents to the limit in the first set, before losing 7-5, 6-2 to Jared Thomas and Glen Kelton.

Eastlake edges Woodinville

Eastlake swept singles competition Tuesday to edge past Woodinville, 4-3.

No. 1 player Vicente Varas beat Loren Tanksley, 6-3, 6-1, while Kevin Zhao, Adam Nakanishi, and Mitchell Loofburrow all earned two-set wins.


Issaquah sinks Redmond

Issaquah won seven events Tuesday afternoon, defeating Redmond 106-77 at Boehm Pool.

Stacy Maier won the 100 free in a state-qualifying time of 54.21 seconds, and also was a part of all three of the Eagles’ winning relay teams. Other individual event winners included Kylie Lynch (200 free), Jamie Elderkin (diving) and Kellie Langan (100 fly).

Garfield downs Eastlake

Garfield defeated Eastlake 106-80 Tuesday afternoon in Seattle behind eight victories.

Eastlake claimed four victories, including a state qualifying time from Kara Beauchamp in the 200 IM (2:14.71). Laurel Schy earned multiple wins, taking the 100 fly (1:02.82) and 100 back (1:04.63), while the 200 free relay also earned a victory.


Skyline sweeps aside Bellevue

Skyline earned a three-set — 25-16, 25-17, 25-13 — victory over Bellevue Tuesday night.

Maddie Magee had a team high nine kills for the Spartans, followed by seven from Paige Haas. Alyssa Workman had 30 assists for Skyline, which improved to 3-0 with the victory.

EC dominates Lakeside

Eastside Catholic made quick work of Lakeside Tuesday night, beating the Lions 25-19, 25-11 and 25-16.

Cami Silverman had 12 kills to lead the Crusaders, while Kameron McLain added nine kills and five aces.

Eastside Catholic moved to 2-1 with the win.

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