Skyline cross country teams sweep meet | Wednesday prep roundup

The Skyline boys and girls earned first-place finishes Wednesday at Big Finn Hill Park in Kirkland.

  • Monday, December 19, 2011 12:31pm
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The Skyline boys and girls earned first-place finishes Wednesday at Big Finn Hill Park in Kirkland.

Spartan senior Kyle Branch won the race, followed by teammate sophomore teammate Keegan Symmes. Issaquah seniors Turner Wiley and Isaac Robinson finished third and fourth, respectively. Times were not available from the boys race.

The Spartan girls won the race with 19 team points, ahead of Issaquah (50) and Bothell (67).

Spartan freshman Jordan Branch won the race in 21 minutes, 9 seconds. Kathryn Steele, Sam Krahling, Erin Murphy and Christina Smith placed third through sixth, respectively.

Issaquah junior Nicole Migotsky finished second in 21:36.

Eastlake boys and girls earn victories

The Eastlake boys and girls cross country teams opened their league seasons off with wins Wednesday at Beaver Lake Park.

The boys earned 31 points, finishing ahead of Ballard (48) and Woodinville (67).

Eastlake sophomore Devin Sharps won the race in 17 minutes, 25 seconds. Seniors Chris Dallas and Matt Matula were fifth and sixth, respectively, while freshman Jordan Oldenburg finished seventh.

The girls earned 23 points, finishing in front of Woodinville (52) and Ballard (65).

Freshman Anastasia Koshyn finished second in a time of 19:39, and senior Megan Batty was third in 20:41. Haley O’Connor, Emily Dwyer, Morgan O’Connor and Maddie Starnes finished fifth through eighth, respectively.

SOCCER

Skyline remains undefeated

Five games into the season and the Skyline soccer team still hasn’t allowed a goal.

The Spartans won their fourth straight game on Wedensday, beating Kennedy Catholic 4-0. Anna De Weirdt put Skyline on the board in the 1st minute with an unassisted goal. Madi Barney added a goal in the 43rd minute, followed by scores from Maddie Christ (47th) and Jackie Wilson (67th).

Goalkeeper Tina Vargas recorded her fifth straight shutout.

GOLF

Skyline outshoots Newport

Skyline defeated Newport by 16 strokes Wednesday afternoon, 189-205 at Newcastle Golf Club.

Jack Quinton took medalist honors shooting 1-under-par, 35. Brian Mogg was second at even par, 36. Nels Chorsud tied for third with a 38 and Mike Parducci was fifth with a 39.

VOLLEYBALL

Eastside Catholic downs Bothell

Eastside Catholic knocked off perennial volleyball power Bothell in four games Wednesday night — 26-24, 25-23, 21-25, 25-19.

Kameron McLain had 24 kills for the Crusaders, while Hannah Christie added 29 assists. Cami Silverman had 13 kills and 12 digs.

Eastlake chalks up win over Ballard

Eastlake jumped out to a fast start and overcame a bad game Wednesday to beat Ballard 25-17, 25-23, 11-25, 25-20.

Anna Gorman led the Wolves with 15 kills, while Kelly Logie had 28 assists.


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