Sports

Recreation calendar | Sept. 19

Baseball, lacrosse; basketball; cheer; swimming

  • Dec 19, 2011
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Recreation calendar | Sept. 12

Baseball, basketball, lacrosse, football, cheer

  • Dec 19, 2011
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Prep roundup | Sept. 12

Soccer, volleyball results

  • Dec 19, 2011
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Skyline opens season with win in Oregon, Eastlake sinks Mount Si

Amidst all the national attention, Skyline stepped into a hostile environment and won its first game of the season Saturday, 21-0, over Sheldon (Eugene, Ore.) at Portland’s PGE Park.

  • Dec 19, 2011
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Issaquah volleyball presents tall order to opponents

Last year, Issaquah’s volleyball team was young. This season aspirations are running high, and for good reason, according to sixth-year head coach Todd Parsons.

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Issaquah's Brennan Miller makes a leaping catch to start the third quarter.

Issaquah stuns Bothell in season-opener

The stage was set for Issaquah to make a grand entrance into the KingCo 4A Thursday night, and the Eagles emphatically answered the call.

Issaquah's Brennan Miller makes a leaping catch to start the third quarter.

Issaquah Reporter Recreation Calendar | Sept. 5

ISSAQUAH LACROSSE

  • Dec 19, 2011
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Issaquah quarterback Joey Bradley made his first start last night at Bothell. For results of last night’s game

Issaquah-area football seasons kick into gear

After months of camps, 7-on-7 tournaments and scrimmages, the wait is over.

Issaquah quarterback Joey Bradley made his first start last night at Bothell. For results of last night’s game
Issaquah goalkeeper Nicole Eddings allowed only nine goals in two seasons.

Issaquah girls soccer eyes state three-peat

Ask Issaquah girls soccer coach Tom Bunnell about the secret to winning, and he’ll provide a simple answer: Team unity.

Issaquah goalkeeper Nicole Eddings allowed only nine goals in two seasons.
Skyline junior quarterback Jake Heaps takes a break between passing drills.

Skyline brushes aside hype, ready to begin season

When his team gathered for its first regular season meeting last week, Skyline head football coach Mat Taylor wanted to make one thing clear to his players: Games are won on the field, not on paper.

Skyline junior quarterback Jake Heaps takes a break between passing drills.
Eastlake senior quarterback Drake Furcini talks to coach Gene Dales earlier this week in practice.

Eastlake reloads roster

Finding new faces on the Eastlake High School football field won’t be a difficult task this season. Only one offensive starter and three defensive starters return from last year’s 10-2 squad, which fell three points shy of advancing to the class 4A state semifinals.

Eastlake senior quarterback Drake Furcini talks to coach Gene Dales earlier this week in practice.
Bobby Kubacki

Athletes look East to chase college football dreams

Reece Anderson should have died eight months ago.

  • Dec 19, 2011
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Bobby Kubacki

REC CALENDAR

EASTSIDE 14U

  • Dec 19, 2011
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Recreation calendar | Issaquah

Basketball, soccer, football, softball, baseball, hockey, cheer

  • Dec 19, 2011
  • BY Wire Service
The System Baseball team took second place in the United States Amateur Baseball Federation 17-year-old World Series July 31- Aug. 9 in San Diego
The System Baseball team took second place in the United States Amateur Baseball Federation 17-year-old World Series July 31- Aug. 9 in San Diego
Eastside Catholic athletic director Lance Gatter stands in front of the school's new stadium in Sammamish. By the end of the month

Eastside Catholic will open new stadium Sept. 27

For the last 28 years Eastside Catholic athletic teams have been the nomads of the Metro 3A.

Eastside Catholic athletic director Lance Gatter stands in front of the school's new stadium in Sammamish. By the end of the month

Willows Run Golf Course offers quick escape into nature

A famous quote from Mark Twain states “golf is a good walk spoiled.” As the summer wears on, I’m starting to think there’s more and more truth to the statement — just substitute “cart ride” for “walk.”

Sports in Brief | Issaquah Reporter

The Skyline High School football team earned more national accolades this past week, being named to the ESPN Fab 50 poll at No. 24.

  • Dec 19, 2011
  • BY Wire Service
The leaders in the mens 'elite' group emerge from the water en route to the cycling transition area

Beaver Lake Triathlon participants enjoy warm temps

Above average temperatures greeted the 521 athletes who gathered at the 15th annual Beaver Lake Triathlon Saturday morning — the largest turnout since 2005, when 570 took to the course.

The leaders in the mens 'elite' group emerge from the water en route to the cycling transition area
New Issaquah starting quarterback Joey Bradley and the rest of the Eagles received a pleasant surprise Wednesday when officials announced they'll be able to play all September games at home.

IHS football will play at home in September

Officials on Wednesday announced a change of plans involving Issaquah High School athletics — at least through September.

  • Dec 19, 2011
  • BY Wire Service
New Issaquah starting quarterback Joey Bradley and the rest of the Eagles received a pleasant surprise Wednesday when officials announced they'll be able to play all September games at home.