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Lexi Willcher circled the Skyline mat room. She slid in a sideways motion, weaving between teammates with speed and precision.
Several local high school athletes prepared to take their next step on Wednesday, inking with future colleges on National Letter of Intent signing day.
Issaquah swept all first-place finishes against Liberty Jan. 29, beating the Patriots 175.15-144.4.
Skyline High School cheerleaders have already rooted on their football and girls soccer teams to state championships this year, now they have a title to call their own.
Fatigue might have finally caught the Skyline wrestling team Monday night in its home gym.
ssaquah, which finished second to Newport the last two years at the state gymnastics meet, got over the hump Jan. 21, beating the Knights and four other teams at Eastside Gymnastics.
Eastside Catholic had the No. 1 ranked 3A team in the state, Franklin, against the ropes Tuesday, but came up just shy, 65-57.
Megan Mills meticulously jots down the evening workout routine on a whiteboard, her smile illuminating the lobby of the Klahanie Mountainview Pool. The scene is one that has played out every practice before the Eastside Catholic swimmers hit the water.
Skyline edged rival Issaquah 95-90 in a KingCo 4A swim meet Tuesday afternoon at Boehm Pool.
Hostile crowd. Controversial calls. The absence of their top rebounder.
It wasn’t necessarily a work of art, but the Eastlake girls basketball team happily accepted the result of Monday night’s home matchup with KingCo 4A foe Woodinville.
Kelly Logie stepped to the line. The dull thud of one, two, three dribbles echoed throughout the empty Samantha Smith Elementary gymnasium.
Issaquah received a much-needed boost in its last two games, beating Newport 73-66 on Friday, and besting Ballard 61-45 on Tuesday.
Chalk up another big-time award for Skyline quarterback Jake Heaps. Last Friday, the 6-foot-2, 185-pounder, became one of just 10 juniors across the nation to be named to the 2010 U.S. Army All-American Bowl team.
The Issaquah Swim Team nabbed third place Dec. 14 at the 14 & Under Pacific Northwest Short Course Swimming championships in Federal Way.
The wait seemed like an eternity for Alexa Smith. Academic reasons forced the senior to the bench for Issaquah’s first three games. Then heavy snow came, postponing the Eagles’ next two contests.
Awards keep stacking up for Skyline quarterback Jake Heaps.
The answer wasn’t hard for Issaquah head coach Jeff Altchech to find. A quick glance at the post-game statistics and he knew immediately what needed to be fixed after Monday’s 66-56 loss to South Kitsap.
Roundup of Prep sports