Opportunity knocked time after time, but Eastlake was unable to answer during its winner-to-state game Tuesday night at Juanita.
Tyler Vanderboegh was forced to change his mindset in a matter of minutes Tuesday afternoon.
The Issaquah Softball 9-10 Tigers blanked the Eastlake Wildcats 17-0 on April 24. Ellie Hendrickson and Sydney Schultz had key kits and
The Skyline girls finished in second place out of 74 teams Saturday at the Lake Washington Invitational earning 45 points. Gig Harbor won the meet with 70, while West Valley of Yakima was third with 44.5.
Pitching, pitching, pitching.
An impressive push to the playoffs continued for the Eastlake baseball team Monday afternoon.
Issaquah’s 9-10-year-old Coast Softball Tigers opened their season Saturday with a 13-3 win over the Eastlake Huskies. Both teams fought the rain and cold weather, with occasional hail. Emily Winterstein doubled, while Michelle Fowler, Sarah Jordan and Brooke Davis combined for two singles and two sacrifices. Fowler pitched three innings with an impressive nine strikeouts. Michelle Gersuk finished the game with a save, by striking out the side. The Tigers earned their second win Tuesday, outscoring the Sammamish Bandits 14-11 in five innings. Fowler and Gersuk, each pitched two innings, striking out four batters apiece. Jordan, Emma Moran, Madalyn Lyles, Brooke Davis and Michelle Fowler all earned hits to help to clinch the victory.
Issaquah wrapped up a busy week of baseball, winning three straight league games to move into a tie for second place in the KingCo 3A.
Stephanie Fox carried a bitter taste in her mouth for six days.
What a difference a year made for Skyline’s Brian Schwartz.
the win over Roosevelt. Marissa Guches and Kimi Pohlman also had RBI hits. Katie Bunger earned the victory.
Seventy-degree temperatures and clear skies set the ideal stage for Eastlake’s inaugural track and field invitational on Saturday.
Brittany Tallman’s decision was a difficult one.
Registration underway for grades K-6 instructional league that begins April 5 at Beaver Lake Middle School. 877-I-Play-i9 or i9sports.com.
Skyline kept its top spot in the league, downing Bellevue 5-0 last Friday. The Spartans were led by pitcher Adrian Sampson, who didn’t allow a single hit over seven innings. The sophomore struck out five en route to his fourth win of the season and first career no-hitter.
Mistakes have been nearly non-existent for the Eastlake soccer team this season — at least until Tuesday night. The Wolves, who won five of their six previous games, committed three crucial errors against Lake Washington, resulting in a 3-2 loss.
Andrew Gray laid helplessly on the Newport High School football field in September.
Eastlake jumped out to a fast start and held on for a 4-2 victory over Roosevelt Saturday afternoon. Ryan Vernon pitched a complete game, allowing two runs on six hits, to earn his second win of the year. Nick Smith was 2-for-3 with two RBI, and Michael Russo was 2-for-3 with one RBI for the Wolves.
Mere inches separated the Issaquah High soccer players from getting the preverbal monkey off their backs Tuesday night.
Nearly a month after Steve Gervais stepped down from coaching the Skyline football team to become an assistant coach at the University of Washington, a replacement was named. And the Spartans didn’t have to look far.