Skyline earned second place overall at last Friday’s KingCo 4A meet behind six league championships. Sophomore Kasen Williams had three of those, helping the Spartans to 97.5 points. Only Inglemoor (117) had more team points.
With all the cheers and smiles generated on the Issaquah girls’ lacrosse sideline Saturday afternoon at Eastside Catholic’s Charlie Acosta Stadium, it was hard to tell the Eagles had just dropped their Division II state championship match, 14-8, to Mercer Island.
Playoff action is in full-swing this weekend for several area teams with several state tournament spots on the line. Listed below are times and locations for baseball and soccer games taking place this weekend.
To anyone following 4A Kingco baseball, just one week ago it would have been unfathomable to think that the Redmond Mustangs, ranked second in the state and riding a 10-game win streak going into the league tournament, would have the misfortune of being knocked out in the second round of the loser’s bracket.
The Eastlake golf team captured second place at the KingCo 4A medalist tournament Tuesday at Snohomish Golf Course. The Wolves scored 449 as a team, finishing only behind Redmond (417). Eastlake’s Dana Mydland took second overall with a 79.
Skyline pitcher Blake Fulghum continued to force ground balls, but it was his defensive support that had head coach Chris Tamminen scratching his head after Monday’s 7-0 winner-to-state loss to Lake Washington.
Eastside Catholic athletic director Lance Gatter officially announced Thursday evening that former Washington State University quarterback Jason Gesser will be the new head football coach for the Crusaders.