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Issaquah fencing instructor wins World Championship

Wang Yung, an instructor at Issaquah-based Washington Fencing Academy, won the 2011 Veteran Fencing World Championship in saber Oct. 2 in Porec, Croatia.

  • Oct 11, 2011
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Skyline's Chase Premone returns the second-half kickoff 92 yards against Newport.

Skyline bowls over Newport | Football roundup

Skyline scored three special teams touchdowns and received big-time play from starting quarterback Max Browne Friday in its 49-20 win over Newport.

Skyline's Chase Premone returns the second-half kickoff 92 yards against Newport.

Issaquah girls cross country improves to 7-0 | Friday prep roundup

The Issaquah girls cross country team improved to 7-0 for the first time since 1998 on Thursday, beating Garfield and Inglemoor in a three-team meet at Lower Woodland in Seattle.

Issaquah soccer rolls past Newport | Wednesday prep roundup

Issaquah struck early and often Tuesday night, beating Newport 5-1.

Skyline's Eric Thies hauls in a long pass reception in the third quarter. Spartan players wore pink socks

Skyline routs Redmond 56-17 | Prep football roundup

Skyline used an efficient offensive attack Friday to roll over Redmond, 56-17, in Sammamish.

Skyline's Eric Thies hauls in a long pass reception in the third quarter. Spartan players wore pink socks

Issaquah girls cross country improves to 5-0 | Thursday prep roundup

The Issaquah girls cross country team remained undefeated Wednesday afternoon at IHS, beating Ballard 17-44.

Skyline volleyball remains undefeated | Wednesday prep roundup

Skyline held onto its undefeated status Tuesday night, downing Ballard in three games: 25-21, 25-16, 25-17.

Skyline's Damien Greene evades Issaquah's Trevor Alexander Friday night.

Second-half surge lifts Skyline to 41-14 victory over Issaquah | Football

Skyline coach Mat Taylor knew it wouldn't be a problem for his team to get ramped up for this week's game against rival Issaquah.

Skyline's Damien Greene evades Issaquah's Trevor Alexander Friday night.

Eight is enough for Issaquah swimmers | Friday prep roundup

Issaquah won eight events Thursday afternoon, beating Woodinville 107-79.

Issaquah girls cross country wins fourth straight | Thursday prep roundup

For the first time since 2005, the Issaquah girls cross country team is off to a 4-0 start.

Issaquah golfers down Newport by 10 strokes | Tuesday prep roundup

Two Issaquah players tied for medalist honors Monday afternoon at Snoqualmie Falls Golf Course as the Eagles edged Newport 190-200.

Issaquah disposes of Ballard 55-15 | Football roundup

Issaquah wasted no time jumping on Ballard Friday night in Seattle as the Eagles cruised to a 55-15 victory.

Skyline volleyball sweeps Bellevue | Wednesday prep roundup

Skyline swept Bellevue in three games Tuesday night, winning 25-11, 25-15, 25-12.

Skyline QB Max Browne (4) eludes Wolverine DB Matt Gilbert (15) during a game against Bellevue at Skyline High School in Sammamish on Friday. The visiting Wolverines beat the Spartans 31-17.

Turnovers plague Skyline in 31-17 loss to Bellevue | Football

Turnovers make winning football games difficult in general. When your team commits five in a half and six for a game it's virtually impossible to overcome — just ask Skyline head coach Mat Taylor after Friday's 31-17 loss to Bellevue.

Skyline QB Max Browne (4) eludes Wolverine DB Matt Gilbert (15) during a game against Bellevue at Skyline High School in Sammamish on Friday. The visiting Wolverines beat the Spartans 31-17.
Skyline quarterback Max Browne hones in on a receiver in last week's 62-27 victory over Liberty.

Top ranked foes Skyline, Bellevue collide Friday night

High-school football matchups don’t get more marquee in Washington than Friday’s battle between Skyline and Bellevue.

Skyline quarterback Max Browne hones in on a receiver in last week's 62-27 victory over Liberty.
Issaquah's Reed Peterson makes a cutback on his way to an 83-yard kickoff return for a touchdown.

Issaquah rolls over Heritage 48-0 in season opener | Football

Sure, Issaquah running back Jack Gellatly would have liked more carries in Friday's season opener.

Issaquah's Reed Peterson makes a cutback on his way to an 83-yard kickoff return for a touchdown.
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Skyline more determined than ever | Football preview

There’s no question. It stung for Skyline when its hopes of a fourth consecutive state football title were crushed by Ferris in last year’s 4A championship.

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All the pieces in place for Issaquah | Football preview

An experienced senior quarterback. A Division I-bound tight end. An athletic sophomore running back.

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Eugenio Salas teaches two beginning fencers the basics at the Washington Fencing Academy. The academy

Fencing academy finds permanent home in Issaquah

Serge Timacheff founded the Washington Fencing Academy in 2002, housing fencing lessons in community centers, schools and health clubs around the Puget Sound. But without a central location, the academy's client base was inconsistent and difficult to grow.

Eugenio Salas teaches two beginning fencers the basics at the Washington Fencing Academy. The academy