Skyline goaltender Cory Larson came up big Wednesday night, recording 21 saves as the Spartans beat Tacoma 15-12 in a Division I lacrosse matchup.
Cannon Gardner recorded a team-high five goals for Skyline and Andrew Hankey added four.
Jack Pruitt scored three goals, adding five assists and nine groundballs.
Skyline improved to 4-1 in league play, just one game back of leader Mercer Island and a half game behind Issaquah and Bellevue.
Eastlake rolls over Overlake
Patrick Keogh scored five goals Wednesday night, helping Eastlake to a 13-2 victory against Overlake.
Brian Quick added three goals and two assists and Zach Shute added two goals as the Wolves improved to 2-4 in league and 6-4-1 overall.
Issaquah cruises past Tacoma
Issaquah made quick work of Tacoma Wednesday night, cruising to a 22-8 victory.
Katie Mincin paved the way for the Eagles with five goals and three assists. Sister Emily Mincin had three goals and 17 draw controls.
Eastside Catholic dominates Bellevue
Alex Foreman and Lauren Breynaert were unstoppable forces Wednesday night as Eastside Catholic dominated Bellevue 29-14.
The University of Southern California-bound Foreman scored 10 goals and had an assist while Breynaert had eight goals and eight draw controls.
Danielle Leider added five goals and two assists.
Eastlake grinds out win over Ballard
Sophie Palenscar came up big in the pitching circle and at the plate Wednesday afternoon, helping Eastlake to a 2-1 victory over Ballard in Seattle.
The sophomore struck out 16 Beaver batters, allowing just four hits and one earned run in seven innings.
She also went 2-for-4 at the plate with an RBI as the Wolves improved to 5-0 in league and 9-1 overall. Wednesday’s victory marked the ninth straight for Eastlake.
Holy Names crushes Crusaders
Holy Names scored 10 runs in the first inning on its way to 20-1 five-inning victory over Eastside Catholic on Wednesday.
The Cougars were led by Shelby McCannel, who went 4-for-4 with a home run and seven RBI.
The Crusaders dropped to 0-5 in league and 0-7 overall.
O’Dea hands Eastside Catholic first league loss
O’Dea erased Eastside Catholic’s hopes of a perfect league record Wednesday afternoon, jumping on the the Crusaders for 10 runs in the first inning on the way to a 16-5 win.
Josh Dickerson and Keenan Forch led the way in the five-inning victory, recording four and three RBI, respectively.
Braden Wolgamott had a double for Eastside Catholic — just one of four Crusader hits.
Eastside Catholic fell to 11-1 in the Metro and 13-2 overall. O’Dea (9-3, 9-6) is two games back in second place. Both teams have four league games remaining.
Skyline edges Redmond
Skyline claimed three of four doubles matches Wednesday afternoon to defeat Redmond 5-3.
The No. 1 doubles team of Alyson Opitz and Molly Knutson paved the way with a 6-3, 7-6 (3) victory over Meg Holtzinger and Jeneal Carter. Sonja Ye and Kasami Maeola, and Sonjana Gulgaliksr and Rachel Kim also earned doubles wins for the Spartans, while Jinny Choi and Kianna Bertolino picked up singles victories at the No. 3 and 4 spots, respectively.
Issaquah girls record win over Bothell
Issaquah claimed three of the top five positions Wednesday afternoon at Wayne Golf Course, beating Bothell 274-295.
The Eagles’ Elin Scaardal led all golfers with an 11-over par, 46. Morgan Young (47) finished second and Jenny Lee (58) was fifth.