Eastlake defeated Skyline 230-263 at the Plateau Club Monday afternoon. Medalist honors were shared by the Spartan’s Chelsea Guenette and the Wolve’s Dana Mydland, who both shot 43s.
Eastside Catholic freshman Megan Mills swam in the KingCo Special Olympic swim meet Saturday at the King County Aquatics Center, winning three gold medals in individual events and one gold in a relay as a member of the Eastside Indians.
Issaquah broke a four-game losing skid Tuesday afternoon, beating Woodinville 11-3 at IHS. The Eagles had six batters with two hits. Marcus Gaan, Brennan Miller, Mike Paulson, Miles Perkins, Spencer Rogers and Gavin Shumaker all had multiple hits.
The Issaquah boys track and field team defeated Woodinville 90-55 on Thursday behind 11 first-place finishes. The Eagles were led by Ryan Tiernan’s two first places in the 110 high hurdles (15.8 seconds) and 300 hurdles (41), and Kyle Hansen’s wins in the 200 (23.4) and long jump (20 feet, 3 inches).
The Issaquah girls 800 meter relay team of Johanna Carr, Kaley Allison, Kim Varney and Haley Jacobson are currently ranked No. 1 in the state with a top time of 1 minute, 45.7 seconds. The team has the fastest mark among relay teams from the 1B through 4A classifications.
Rain, rain — seriously, go away.
Precipitation averages for the greater Seattle area are well above the norm this spring. According to Weather Underground (www.wunderground.com), there were 4.16 inches of rain this March — up from 3.65 last March, and a monthly average of 3.75. We’re halfway through April and 2.68 inches of rain has already fallen.
Times were getting tough for the Issaquah boys soccer program.
The last three years, the team won just seven games, lost 32 and tied nine. In 2007, they went winless at 0-13-3. In fact, the last time an Eagles squad had more wins than losses was in 2003, when they went 10-4-1.
Eastside Catholic suffered its first league loss last Friday, falling 5-2 at Bainbridge. Ronnie Mae Ayers hit a home run for the Crusaders in the loss. Eastside (0-1, 2-2) was scheduled to host Holy Names Wednesday and face them on the road Friday.