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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.
Nik Landdeck paced anxiously on the baseline, high-fiving and bear hugging anybody who stepped within range.
Issaquah's hopes of continuing into the KingCo 4A basketball playoffs were eliminated Saturday night in a 77-73 double-overtime loss to Bothell.
Inglemoor completed a perfect dual meet season Thursday night, beating Skyline 51-21 in Sammamish.
Issaquah's senior wrestlers went out with a bang Tuesday night, thumping Newport 64-15 in their final home match of the season.
The Issaquah boys basketball team won its second straight game Friday night, beating Newport 65-61 at IHS.
Issaquah benefited from six forfeits Thursday en route to a 49-22 victory over Eastlake.
Senior guard Lindsey Nicholson scored a season-best 22 points Wednesday, leading the Skyline girls to a 60-55 victory over Garfield.
Issaquah earned four pins, two technical falls and seven forfeits Thursday to roll over Ballard, 76-6.
Issaquah bounced back from a rough holiday tournament on Wednesday, beating Garfield 64-57 at IHS.
Skyline battled from behind to force overtime and defeat Ballard 68-60 Tuesday in Seattle.
The Issaquah boys basketball team led Mount Rainier after one quarter, but couldn't hang on in Wednesday's second-round Les Schwab Classic, falling 72-65.
Skyline's suffocating defense held non-league Mariner to a season-low point total Wednesday night, earning a 52-28 road victory.
Issaquah fended off a late Mount Si rally on Wednesday night, earning 70-62 victory.
The Lakeside Senior baseball team won four of five games July 3-6 at the Curt Daniels Memorial tournament in Vancouver, Wash.
The Issaquah Dragon 11-and-under baseball team ended another impressive regular season July 6, with another tournament championship and a 25-2 record.