Monday prep roundup | Voves tosses no-hitter for Issaquah fastpitch

Mikenzie Voves pitched five innings of no-hit softball Monday afternoon, lifting the Eagles to a 10-0 victory over Newport.

Mikenzie Voves pitched five innings of no-hit softball Monday afternoon, lifting the Eagles to a 10-0 victory over Newport.

The University of Pennsylvania bound senior struck out six and walked only one.

Chelsea Peart, Tracy Castonguay and Brielle Bray all had two hits for the Eagles.

Issaquah improved to 6-6 in league and 8-7 overall. The Eagles are scheduled to face rival Skyline at 4 p.m., on Wednesday.

Eastlake hammers Garfield

Eastlake combined for 14 runs in the first two innings of Monday’s game, en route to a 16-3 victory over Garfield.

Nicole Guptil was 2-for-4 at the plate with a double and four RBI. Srisa Ebinger was 3-for-3 with an RBI.

Eastlake improved to 7-4 in league and 10-5 overall. Their next game is scheduled for 4:30 p.m., Wednesday at Redmond.

Eastside Catholic hangs on to beat Sealth

Eastside Catholic fell behind briefly Monday afternoon, before battling back in the bottom of the fourth and hanging on to beat Chief Sealth, 9-7.

Missy Alleman was 2-for-3 with two RBI and Ronnie Mae Ayers was 3-for-3 with an RBI.

Ayers earned the complete game victory, allowing five hits and striking out eight over seven innings.

It was the ninth consecutive win for the Crusaders, who improved to 10-4 in league and 12-4 overall.


Crusaders start fast, down Chief Sealth

Eastside Catholic started quickly Monday night and held on for an 8-5 victory over Chief Sealth.

The Crusaders scored three runs in the first, and while the Seahawks got close, never surrendered the lead.

Jeffrey Bohling was 2-for-2 with a triple, a stolen base and a run scored. Garrett DeGallier was 3-for-4 with two stolen bases, while Jake Gober, Rob Granfeld and Braden Wolgamott all drove in two runs apiece.

Eastside Catholic improved to 12-4 in league and 13-5 overall with the victory.


Skyline downs Mount Si

Skyline defeated Mount Si by 15 strokes Monday afternoon, 250-265, at Mount Si Golf Course.

Ashley Youngearned medalist honors for the Spartans, shooting a 6 over par, 42. Emily Baldwin finished second with a 43 and Bryalynn Vowells tied for fifth place with a 52.

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