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Skyline won four events at Saturday's Sea-King meet on its way to the district championship.
Here's a list of the official times, dates and locations for the combined eight area football, soccer and volleyball teams competing in the upcoming state playoffs.
With all the local success on the soccer field this season, it's little surprise that so many were awarded Tuesday night.
The Issaquah girls cross country team capped off an impressive season Saturday in Pasco, finishing 10th at the 4A State Cross Country Championships at Sun Willows Golf Course.
Skyline used another stellar offensive performance Friday to dominate Monroe, 59-21, and advance to the first round of the 4A state playoffs.
With its back up against the wall, the Skyline volleyball team rallied for two big wins Thursday afternoon to keep its season alive.
The Eastside Catholic girls soccer team kept its season alive Thursday night, crushing West Seattle 5-0 in a loser-out Metro League Tournament matchup.
The Eastside Catholic football team hasn't only had an impressive season on the field, but off the field.
The Skyline volleyball team kept its season alive Tuesday night, beating Issaquah in four games: 25-22, 21-25, 25-15, 25-15.
Behind junior Keegan Symmes' strong performance, the Skyline boys cross country team captured second overall Saturday during the Northwest District cross country meet at Seattle's Lincoln Park.
Skyline used an efficient offensive attack to keep its season alive Saturday night, downing Roosevelt 45-14 in a KingCo 4A crossover at Seattle Memorial Stadium.
Jack Gellatly rushed for three touchdowns and Reed Peterson caught two TD passes Friday as Issaquah defeated Inglemoor 40-24 in a loser-out crossover game.
Skyline completed its regular season without a loss Tuesday night, beating Redmond 1-0.
The Issaquah girls cross country team grabbed its highest league finish in 13 years placing second during Thursday's KingCo 4A cross country championships at Lincoln Park.
Issaquah locked up the No. 3 seed in the KingCo Crest Friday, beating Newport 41-28.
Skyline locked up the No. 1 spot in the KingCo 4 Thursday, beating Woodinville 1-0.
Skyline overtook the top spot in the KingCo 4A Tuesday night, beating rival Issaquah 4-0 in Sammamish.
Facing a three-point deficit early in the third quarter of Friday's homecoming game, Skyline never panicked.
The Issaquah girls cross country team walked away from Wednesday's meet with its first loss of the season, but also a huge accomplishment.
Issaquah recorded its first victory in eight tries Tuesday, dominating Redmond in three games: 25-15, 25-14, 26-24.