Skyline swim team continues winning streak

  • Tuesday, January 30, 2018 2:03pm
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SPORTS ROUNDUP

SWIMMING

Skyline continues winning streak

The Skyline Spartans cruised to a 116-62 victory against the Woodinville Falcons. It was the fourth consecutive win for the Spartans in dual meets. The Spartans finished the 2017-18 regular season with an overall record of 5-2. Skyline will compete in the KingCo 4A swim meet on Feb 2-3.

Wolves earn third consecutive win

The Eastlake Wolves registered a 114-68 win against North Creek on Jan. 25. Eastlake finished the 2017-18 season with an overall record of 4-3 in KingCo 4A dual meets. Eastlake will compete in the KingCo 4A swim meet on Feb 2-3.

Eagles defeat Inglemoor in final regular season dual meet

The Issaquah Eagles boys swim team improved their overall record to 6-1 in KingCo 4A dual meets courtesy of a 127-59 victory against the Inglemoor Vikings on Jan. 25. Issaquah will compete in the KingCo 4A swim meet on Feb 2-3.

GYMNASTICS

Issaquah defeats Newport in matchup between rivals

The Issaquah Eagles attained a 156-155 victory against the Newport Knights on Jan. 25. Issaquah finished the 2017-18 regular season with an overall record of 5-3.

Woodinville captures win against Skyline

The Woodinville Falcons defeated the Skyline Spartans 161-141 on Jan. 25. The Spartans finished the 2017-18 regular season with an overall record of 1-7.

North Creek defeats Eastlake

North Creek earned a 176-124 victory against the Eastlake Wolves on Jan. 25. Eastlake finished the 2017-18 regular season with an overall record of 0-8.

WRESTLING

Spartans dominate Knights in KingCo 4A showdown

The Skyline Spartans turned in a dominating performance, registering a 55-12 win against the Newport Knights on Jan. 25. Skyline improved their overall record to 7-1 with the win. Spartans wrestlers earning wins via pins were Aiden Cone (152), Noah Frachon (170), Nicholas Beatty (195), Mason Melendez (106), Kenta Despe (113), Alton Ophus (132) and Jacob Inton (145). Skyline grapplers capturing wins courtesy of a decision were Nathan Daeila (160), Maximilian Huff (120), Thomas Jakle (126) and Scott Huff (138).

Mount Si defeats Issaquah on senior night

The Mount Si Wildcats earned a 43-30 victory against the Issaquah Eagles on the road on Jan.25 at Issaquah High School. The Eagles overall record in dual meets during the 2017-18 season is 5-3.

Eastlake dominates Inglemoor

The Eastlake Wolves cruised to a 52-12 win against the Inglemoor Vikings in a KingCo 4A matchup on Jan. 25. Eastlake improved their overall record to 2-6 with the win.


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