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Issaquah scored four runs in the top of the seventh inning on Thursday to beat Garfield 10-8 and break a three-game losing skid.
Issaquah held its own Wednesday during the first match of its East Coast swing, falling in double overtime, 10-9, to Rutgers Prep in Somerset, N.J.
Elation quickly turned to deflation for the Issaquah baseball team during Saturday's annual High School Baseball Classic at Safeco Field.
The Issaquah boys and girls track and field teams recorded victories Thursday afternoon in Seattle.
Issaquah hopes a mix of experience and youth will be the perfect combination in 2011.
Skyline struck early Tuesday and held on for a big KingCo 4A victory, 4-2, over Garfield in Seattle.
Before the season started, Issaquah head soccer coach Jason Lichtenberger wasn’t sure what to expect.
There’s little debate, last season was a huge success for the Skyline boys soccer team.
Kevin Powers, Matt O’Neill and Jake Fritz each scored four goals Monday as Issaquah defeated Eastlake 19–1 in boys Division I game at Marymoor Park.
Skyline earned a bit of redemption against defending 4A champion Kentwood on Friday as the Spartans beat the Conquerors 11-3 for their first win of the season.
Nick Kassuba went 2-for-2, scored two runs and drove in another Wednesday afternoon as Eastlake defeated non-league Glacier Peak 7-1.
The first day of practice left large doubts for Issaquah fastpitch softball coach Jim Magnuson — not to how well his team would perform in 2011, but if there would be a team at all.
Rob Reese has seen just about every scenario the last 17 seasons as Issaquah’s head baseball coach.
Skyline couldn't keep pace with its fast start Thursday night, eventually falling 53-46 to Newport in a loser-out KingCo 4A playoff game.
What's the best cure for 27 turnovers? Hitting 21 of 25 free throws certainly did the trick for the Eastlake girls Tuesday night.
Issaquah's David White wouldn't be denied in Saturday's Region 2 Championships.
With a rare chance to compete at home in a state-qualifying round, Skyline's wrestlers rose to the occasion during Saturday's KingCo 4A Championships at Juanita High School.
Issaquah finished fifth of 11 teams Saturday at the KingCo 4A meet with 160.2 points — narrowly behind Ballard's 160.85.
Issaquah didn't have one swimmer finish in the top three at Saturday's KingCo championships, but the Eagles still had a strong showing in the 18-team meet.
Issaquah asserted itself early Wednesday night and cruised to a 56-44 victory over rival Skyline at IHS.