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Issaquah soccer nets 1-0 win over Ballard | Tuesday prep roundup

Dayna Talley scored a late first-half goal Tuesday night to lift Issaquah to a 1-0 victory over Ballard.

Issaquah blasts Ballard 53-0 | Football roundup

After renaming Issaquah Stadium after long-time coach Gary Moore, the Eagles capped off a special night with a53-0 thumping of Ballard.

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MI tops Skyline in non-conference tennis match | Tuesday prep roundup

Mercer Island swept four singles matches and three doubles matches to defeat Skyline 7-0 Tuesday afternoon.

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Issaquah quarterback Ethan Kalin breaks away from the Liberty defense Friday night. The junior had 15 carries for 110 yards and one touchdown

Issaquah hangs on for 27-21 overtime victory over Liberty | Football

Bodies were strewn everywhere in front of the goal line. Then, out of a pile emerged Issaquah middle linebacker Nik Landdeck, hoisting a football over his head. The senior glanced at the referee, watched him point in the direction of the Eagles, and sprinted to midfield where he was swarmed by teammates, coaches and the Issaquah student body.

Issaquah quarterback Ethan Kalin breaks away from the Liberty defense Friday night. The junior had 15 carries for 110 yards and one touchdown

Eastlake at a glance | Girls soccer preview

Lowdown: Eastlake, which finished last season 14-5-1 after losing to Kentwood in the opening round of the 4A state tournament, enters the 2010 season with question marks. The Wolves graduated several key components off of last year's squad, including five Division I players.

  • Aug 31, 2010
Issaquah wide receiver Adam Dondoyano cuts up field during a passing drill last week.

Issaquah honed in on return trip to postseason | Football preview

Nobody really talks about it — but then again, the goal never really changes for the Issaquah football team.

Issaquah wide receiver Adam Dondoyano cuts up field during a passing drill last week.
One of the 362 Beaver Lake Triathlon competitors makes her way to the final stretch of the race on Saturday.

Local athlete wins Beaver Lake Triathlon

Jason Houck became the first male athlete from Issaquah to ever win the Beaver Lake Triathlon Saturday, taking the 17th annual event in 1 hour, 10 minutes, 3 seconds.

One of the 362 Beaver Lake Triathlon competitors makes her way to the final stretch of the race on Saturday.
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Big bats, solid pitching send Lakeside Seniors back to state

The regular-season ride was rough — downright bumpy at times. But none of that mattered Sunday night as the Lakeside Senior Legion baseball team defeated the Kennewick Bandits, 10-7, earning a chance chance to defend last year's state championship at the 2010 AAA Senior Legion state tournament July 28 - Aug. 1 in Selah.

Lakeside's Mike Paulson
Skyline's Lindsey Nicholson hones in on one of her 13 home runs May 6.

Home runs from the heart — Skyline players rally for cancer victim

When Lindsey Nicholson first read about Meadowdale senior Ashley Aven's life-threatening battle with acute myeloid leukemia, the Skyline junior knew she personally wanted to do something.

Skyline's Lindsey Nicholson hones in on one of her 13 home runs May 6.

Skyline outlasts Issaquah for state soccer title

Skyline earned its second straight 4A state soccer title Saturday evening, beating rival Issaquah 2-1 via a shootout.

  • Nov 22, 2009

Eastside Catholic knocks off Archbishop Murphy

Eastside Catholic beat Archbishop Murphy 20-14 tonight, after forcing the Wildcats into five turnovers. The full story will come Monday.

  • Sep 11, 2009
Kevin Penner will play in a U.S. Open sectional qualifying match Monday

Eastlake’s Penner takes shot at U.S. Open

Senior celebrates second class 4A state golf title

Kevin Penner will play in a U.S. Open sectional qualifying match Monday
Issaquah’s Jay Jones will head Seattle Synergy

Issaquah’s Jones leads Seattle Synergy

Soccer’s popularity continues to grow in the greater Seattle area, and around Washington state.

Issaquah’s Jay Jones will head Seattle Synergy
Issaquah's Taryn Holmes is blocked by Federal Way's Jacqie Evenson Thursday night. Federal Way blocked nine Issaquah shots and cruised to a 54-38 quarterfinal win.

Issaquah stuffed by Federal Way

Federal Way cruised past Issaquah with a 54-38 victory Thursday night. For play-by-play action from the game click on the Cover It Live logo below. Issaquah plays in a loser-out contest at 3:30 p.m., tomorrow against Pasco. Check back for more live coverage.

  • Mar 9, 2009
Issaquah's Taryn Holmes is blocked by Federal Way's Jacqie Evenson Thursday night. Federal Way blocked nine Issaquah shots and cruised to a 54-38 quarterfinal win.
Eastside Catholic’s Darin Nakatsu fades away for a shot over Rainier Beach’s Corey Stern (11) and Jamon Echols (5).

Eastside Catholic boys ‘Beached’ on home floor

Eastside Catholic had the defending 3A state champions against the ropes for one quarter Tuesday night, but couldn’t keep the pace.

Eastside Catholic’s Darin Nakatsu fades away for a shot over Rainier Beach’s Corey Stern (11) and Jamon Echols (5).
Jared Lemke powers up a fourth-quarter shot against Inglemoor Tuesday. He scored the bucket and was fouled.

‘Nemesis quarter’ bites Skyline boys again

Sporting blank stares and walking single file, the Skyline boys exited their home gym and headed to the locker room after Tuesday night’s 76-62 loss to Inglemoor — nobody spoke a word.

Jared Lemke powers up a fourth-quarter shot against Inglemoor Tuesday. He scored the bucket and was fouled.
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Ambush wins President’s Cup

The Ambush, a Lake Washington Youth Soccer U-18 team comprised largely of Eastlake High boys, won the state President’s Cup title Dec. 7 at the StarFire Soccer Academy in Tukwila.

  • Dec 26, 2008
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Liberty’s Joseph Yea runs with a ball as Bellevue’s Leonard Wolfork tries to catch him from behind.

Liberty stopped by Bellevue’s stingy defense

Bellevue’s Leonard Wolfork got something rare in football: a second chance. And this time, he made sure no one caught him.

  • Oct 31, 2008
Liberty’s Joseph Yea runs with a ball as Bellevue’s Leonard Wolfork tries to catch him from behind.

Sports in brief | Sammamish resident selected to perform at Macy’s parade

Sammamish resident Emily Reyer, 13, was selected as a member of the USA Baton Twirling All Stars that will participate in the 2008 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City. She is one of 150 performers selected from around the United States.

  • Sep 12, 2008
Nick Tengtio leads a veteran core of Eastside Catholic linebackers into the 2008 season.

‘New kids on the block:’ Crusaders eye Metro title

Metro 3A supremacy has remained just out of reach for the Eastside Catholic football team the last 14 seasons.

Nick Tengtio leads a veteran core of Eastside Catholic linebackers into the 2008 season.