Sports in brief

Lakeside-Skyline adds wins to record; local players named to All State; Patrick chooses Juanita

Lakeside-Skyline adds wins to record

The Lakeside-Skyline Junior Legion team shut out Lakeside-Liberty 14-0 on June 26.

Jake Knecht went 3 for 4 at bat and had 3 RBIs. Tony Beattie pitched a solid four innings with no runs, just one hit and four strikeouts.

The Lakeside-Skyline team dominated the Redmond Bombers 11-1 in a game on June 29. Winning pitcher Conner Lawhead went seven innings with just one run, three hits and six strikeouts.

Each team took one in a double header between Lakeside-Skyline and Enumclaw on June 30.

Lakeside-Skyline won the first match-up, a close one, 8-7. Kris Hedberg and Anthony Dematteo had 2 RBIs apiece, while Jake Knecht and Jake Shannon each had one.

Pitcher Peyton Harrod went seven innings and allowed seven runs and 13 hits but also had eight strikeouts.

The second half of the double header didn’t go Skyline’s way, and they lost 10-5.

Local players named to All State

Eastside Catholic pitcher Matt Boyd was named the first team for 3A All State team, as voted by statewide media.

Issaquah outfielder Spencer Rogers was also named to the team.

Cal Towey from Eastside Catholic was named to the second team, and Issaquah’s Kyle Sutherland garnered honorable mention.

Patrick picks Juanita

Former Issaquah High School basketball coach Jeff Patrick, who won three KingCo 3A titles and made three state appearances in his nine seasons at Issaquah was named head boys coach at Juanita High School.

Patrick cited commuting issues as his reason for leaving Issaquah. Juanita is minutes away from his home in North Kirkland.

Issaquah has promoted Jeff Altchech, who served as Patrick’s assistant, to head coach.