The awards keep piling up for Seattle Pacific University distance runner and Eastlake alum, Jessica Pixler.
Rogers, Zadeh and Penberthy lead offense, string together key wins
Four area players took part in the East-West All-Star football game, featuring the best high school seniors in the state, in Everett on Saturday.
Sammamish resident Emily Reyer, 14, has continued her success in baton twirling this past year, capping it off with four state titles and two grand championships May 30 at the Washington state championships in the Tri Cities.
Matt Boyd, a 2009 Eastside Catholic graduate and soon to be member of the Oregon State University baseball team, has been selected to attend the 18 and under national baseball team trials in September.
Love to surf, but live in the Northwest? No big waves are no problem with wakesurfing, a fast-growing water sport that has made its way to the Pacific Northwest and forged a legion of followers on Lake Sammamish.
Four area football players will compete in Saturday’s annual East-West All-State game. Issaquah lineman Dillon Reagan and tight end Sean Stuby will represent the Eagles.
One Issaquah lacrosse team walked away with a championship last weekend and another finished second during the fifth annual Battle of Bothell.
The second annual Sammamish Skate Contest, put on by City of Sammamish Parks and Recreation and BFC 123 skate crew, went on Friday afternoon, despite dark clouds looming overhead most of the afternoon.
Year after year, Washington state gains national recognition as a producer of some of the country’s top high school football and basketball talent.
But, this week, a group of Issaquah and Sammamish area athletes will help the state gain more national exposure in another sport — volleyball.
A streaking hot Lakeside Senior Legion baseball team had its fire extinguished over the weekend, dropping four straight games.
The Issaquah Youth Lacrosse Senior Green and Senior Purple teams brought home gold and silver June 13 from the Beaverton Invitational Tournament in Beaverton, Ore.
The Skyline boys basketball team will play in the 2010 Martin Luther King Classic, Jan. 18, at the University of Washington’s Bank of America Arena.
The Washington State Baseball Coaches Association announced its all-state team selections earlier this week, recognizing seven area athletes.
Significant injuries, an extended school year, an almost entirely new roster, and the usual brutal game-after-game summer schedule. A list of obstacles have piled up, but, so far, nothing has slowed a young Lakeside Senior Legion baseball team.
Summer hasn’t even arrived, but it’s certainly not too early for area high schools to start thinking football.
Jim Magnuson, who coached the Issaquah fastpitch softball team the last seven years, announced he will step down from his position.
Magnuson led the Eagles to an 18-7 record in 2009, narrowly missing a fourth consecutive state tournament appearance.
Issaquah High School graduate Brian Justice was selected as the 820th pick in the 27th round of the Major League Baseball Draft Wednesday afternoon by the Toronto Blue Jays.
Four seniors from two different schools will represent the Plateau this weekend at the All-State Baseball Game this weekend at Parker Field in Yakima.
Issaquah Youth Lacrosse hosted 10 senior select teams last Friday and Saturday from as far away as Clackamas, Ore., in the inaugural Plateau Challenge Senior Select Lacrosse Tournament.