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Issaquah senior Haley Jacobson had a career day for the Issaquah girls track and field team Saturday at Marysville-Pilchuck, earning her first ever district championships in the 100 and 200 meters, while helping the 400 and 800 relay teams to two more titles.
Mariner's boisterous soccer fans had moved to the fence, cocked and ready to rush the field at Everett's Goddard Stadium.
Issaquah's doubles team of Sam Garrard and Sabrina Norton secured the No. 2 seed to the 4A state tennis tournament Friday, winning three of four matches at the KingCo championships.
Nursing a sore hamstring, Skyline senior Kasen Williams still managed three KingCo 4A titles Wednesday and Friday, helping the Skyline boys to a third-place team finish in the KingCo 4A championships at Juanita High School.
Ryan McMackin scored the game winner 1 minute, 41 second into sudden death overtime Wednesday to give Skyline its first ever boys lacrosse win over rival Issaquah, 10-9.
Redmond's big bats were too much for Issaquah to handle in Monday's loser-out KingCo 4A game at Inglemoor.
Skyline powered its way to a 4-1 victory over Woodinville Saturday afternoon in the opening round of the KingCo 4A tournament.
The Skyline girls won eight events at Thursday's annual Issaquah School District meet, finishing with 72 points. Liberty (60.5) and Issaquah (56.5) rounded out the competition.
Issaquah used a big second inning Wednesday to boost itself to a 5-4 victory over rival Skyline.
Michael Roberts didn't hesitate.
Issaquah swept the top five positions Tuesday afternoon on its home course, beating Roosevelt with ease, 240-312.
Skyline senior Kasen Williams earned two first-place finishes in the 75-team Shoreline Invitational on Saturday.The University of Washington football recruit cleared 6 feet, 6 inches… Continue reading
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The Issaquah girls lacrosse team scored four unanswered goals to start the second half, pulling away from Mercer Island for a 15-11 Division I victory Friday night.
Junior Kyle Farmer led the Issaquah boys track and field team Thursday afternoon, winning three individual events and competing as a member of the first-place 400 relay as the Eagles defeated Woodinville and Redmond.
Skyline goaltender Cory Larson came up big Wednesday night, recording 21 saves as the Spartans beat Tacoma 15-12 in a Division I lacrosse matchup.
Issaquah earned a key KingCo 4A victory Tuesday night, edging Woodinville 4-3 in extra innings.
It took a couple misses wide of the net and a few clanks off the goal post, but when the goals came, they came in bunches for Eastlake on Tuesday night.
Skyline used a fast start and a strong finish Friday to remain undefeated, beating Redmond 2-0.
McKenna Hogan knew she had the potential, but Issaquah’s sophomore long jumper even surprised herself during a March 31 track and field meet at Roosevelt High School.