by a stroke
Skyline edged Issaquah 186-187 on Monday at Snoqualmie Falls Golf Course.
The Eagles’ Kevin Moon shot a two-under-par 34 to win medalist honors. Skyline’s Jordan Windsor finished in second at even par 36, while AJ Taylor, Cole Clearman, finished in a third-place tie with 37s for the Spartans.
Redmond narrowly defeated Eastlake, 191-193, Oct. 2 at Bear Creek Country Club
The Wolves’ Kevin Penner took medalist honors shooting a 4-under-par 32. James Browning shot a two-over-par 38.
Eastside Catholic bumped its record to 8-0 Monday night, beating Bainbridge 25-21, 23-25, 25-12 and 25-22.
Ellie Radich had 25 kills, 14 digs and three aces. Brooke Bachesta had 12 kills, 21 digs and two aces; Kelsey Miller had 29 assists and Sarah Pancottine had 20 digs.
Eastlake wins third straight
Eastlake won its third straight match and handed Bothell its first league loss Tuesday night, 25-22, 21-25, 25-22, 21-25, and 15-7.
The Wolves were led by Emilee Ringel’s 32 assists and Ellie Martinez’s 14 kills. Lauren Magnus added 12 kills and Alyssa Charlston had 10 kills and four blocks.
Skyline sweeps Inglemoor
Skyline defeated Inglemoor 25-19, 25-21 and 25-17 Tuesday night for its fifth straight victory.
The Spartans were led Megan Clark’s 17 assists and Emily Hutchings’ eight kills.
Issaquah remains flawless in league
Issaquah earned its fifth straight league win Tuesday night, beating Ballard 25-18, 25-21 and 25-17.
Alyssa Schultz had 13 kills and Rachel Roeder added 10. Riley Sorenson had 39 assists.
Issaquah boys run to victory
Issaquah dominated at Beaver Lake Oct. 1, finishing with 16 points. The Eagles claimed the top four spots. Jon Wallis took first in a time of 16 minutes, 50 seconds. Chris Brasino (16:56), Isaac Robinson (16:57) and Kevin LeMond (17:00) finished second through fourth, respectively. The Eastlake boys captured third place with 84 points. The Eastlake girls finished in second place with 48 points, behind Newport (41). Megan Batty finished in third for the Wolves in a time of 20:55. The Issaquah girls finished in third with 58 points.
Skyline boys win home meet
Skyline earned 38 points, edging Bellevue (40) Oct. 1 at Klahanie Park.
Simon Sorrenson finished the 3-mile race in first in a time of 15 minutes, 34 seconds. Kyle Branch was third in 16:02. The Spartan girls finished third with 58 points, behind Mercer Island (38) and Bellevue (42).