Prep roundup | Oct. 24

Golf; soccer; volleyball

  • BY Wire Service
  • Monday, December 19, 2011 11:16am
  • Sports
From left to right are members of the District 2 champion Eastlake golf team

From left to right are members of the District 2 champion Eastlake golf team


Eastlake wins district golf crown

The Eastlake boys golf team won the District 2 championship on Oct. 15, earning 127.5 points, finishing just ahead of Issaquah (126.5).

Wolves’ senior Kevin Penner led the way at Snohomish Golf Course, shooting a 9-under-par 135 for two days.

The senior finished 5 under par on the final nine holes, pulling away from Woodinville’s Jarrett Foote (140) for his second straight District 2 title.

“As the pressure builds, he just gets better,” said Eastlake coach Erik Hanson.

Eastlake had three others finish in the top 16, including fifth-place finisher Ethan Nash (148). Evan Alston (156) took 12th and Chris Kobak (159) finished 14th. Hanson said it hasn’t been determined how many District 2 golfers will get to go to state May 27-28 in Kennewick, but it will likely be 12 or 13 with an alternate.

This is the second time the Wolves have won district title, taking first in 2006.

“They were super excited,” Hanson said, noting that every single golfer on this year’s varsity team scored in at least one match.

Issaquah had two golfers finish in the top 16, including sixth-place finisher Kevin Moon (150). Derek Wilson finished ninth with a 153. Skyline finished fifth as a team with 84.5 points. Nick Tran (157) finished 13th and Jordan Windsor (159) took 16th.


Eastlake downs Inglemoor

Eastlake used a second-half goal from MacKenzie Garrett to earn a 2-1 victory over Inglemoor Tuesday night. Garrett’s score came in the 59th minute on an assist from Emily Hurd, moving the Wolves’ record to 7-2 in league and 10-2 overall. Hurd scored in the 25th minute, but the Vikings tied the game up in the first minute of the second half.

Issaquah beats Roosevelt

Issaquah earned a 3-1 victory over Roosevelt Tuesday night, behind two goals from Molly Gottlieb. Kristen Maris added a goal in the third minute to help the Eagles improve to 6-1-2 in league and 8-2-3 overall.

Skyline slides into first place

Skyline defeated Lake Washington 4-0 Tuesday night, improving its league record to 7-1-1 and moving them into first place in the KingCo 4A.

The Spartans earned two goals from Alisha Connors in the first seven minutes. Michelle Bretl and Shea O’Donnell added second-half scores to secure the win.


Spartans spike Kangaroos

Skyline earned a 25-18, 23-25, 25-19 victory over Lake Washington Tuesday night.

Emily Hutchings had 11 kills and Maddie Magee added 10, while Sam Sanghvi had 22 assists. The Spartans moved to 7-2 in league and 7-5 overall with the win.

Eastlake nets win over Garfield

Eastlake defeated Garfield in an exciting fashion 25-20, 11-25, 16-25, 28-26, 15-9 on Tuesday night.

Alyssa Charlston had 12 kills and six blocks. Claire Salmon had 25 digs and Emilee Ringel had 19 assists for the Wolves, who moved to 5-4 in league.

Issaquah falls to Bothell

Issaquah won its first game against Bothell, but dropped the next three, falling 25-20, 21-25, 25-16, 25-22 on Tuesday night.

Riley Sorenson had 33 assists and Rachel Roeder added 15 kills for the Eagles, who lost their second straight league matchup. Issaquah is now 7-2 in league and 8-4 overall.

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