Thursday prep roundup | Skyline fastpitch ekes out extra-inning win

Skyline took advantage of an International tiebreaker in the ninth inning of Thursday's game with Redmond to pull out a 3-2 victory.

Skyline took advantage of an International tiebreaker in the ninth inning of Thursday’s game with Redmond to pull out a 3-2 victory.

Kylie Gacek was moved to third on a groundout and scored the winning run when a pitch got by the Redmond catcher.

Lauren Richards pitched the complete nine innings giving up one earned run, four hits and 12 strikeouts. Lindsey Nicholson had a home run, a triple and an RBI.

Skyline improved to 7-5 in league and 10-6 overall. The Spartans are currently a game behind Eastlake for first place in the KingCo Crest.

GIRLS LACROSSE

Lake Sammamish downs Curtis for third straight lax win

Maggie Lehr and Amanda Davis each scored three goals as Lake Sammamish defeated Curtis 21-6 in a girls Division I lacrosse match Thursday at Marymoor Park.

The win lifted Lake Sammamish, a team composed of Eastlake High School athletes, to 9-4-0 on the season.

Lake Sammamish D-II team suffers loss to Mercer Island

Dulce Moll scored six goals and Sarah Cartwright netted five as Mercer Island rolled to an 18-11 Girls Division II high school lacrosse win over Lake Sammamish on Thursday at Marymoor Park.

Zoe Escarda had four goals and Michelle Bodman had seven saves as Lake Sammamish fell to 2-9-0.

TENNIS

Garfield nets close win over Skyline

Garfield swept the singles competition to beat Skyline 4-3 Thursday afternoon.

The doubles team of Molly Knutson and Alyson Opitz beat Georgia Abbott and Lauren Schechter, 6-4, 4-6, 6-2. The No. 2 team of Nicole Nagao and Emilie Lehman defeated Summer Than and Anna Cai, 6-0, 6-1; and Coral Anderson and Laura Parson beat Olivia Marcenko and Emma McClard, 6-1, 6-1.

Newport beats Eastlake Crest battle

Newport won all but one match Thursday afternoon, beating Eastlake 6-1.

The Knights swept all singles matches.

Eastlake’s lone win came at the No. 1 singles position where the team of Chelsa Tsujii and Olivia Salak beat Tomomi Matshsuhita and Emily Shaven in three sets, 6-3, 4-6, 6-1.


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