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C~ WEDNESDAY~ JANUARY 28~ 2009 THE ISSAQUAH PRESS SCOREBOARD Prep boys basketball 4t mngco Conference LaaL~Je Season W-L W-L CREST DIVISION Garfield 9-0 10-3 Redmond 6-2 8-4 Issaquah 6-3 7-6 Skyline 3-7 5-9 Newport 3-7 4.10 Eastiake 2-8 3-11 CROWN DIVISION Ing]emoor 7-3 10-4 Roosevelt 6-4 6-6 Bothell 5-4 6-7 Ballard 4-6 7-7 Woodinville 4-6 6-8 Lake Washington 2-7 4-9 Last Weekb Seems Jan. 24 Games Issaquah 57, Eastlake 49 Ballard 62, Woodinville 53 Inglemoor 55, Roosevelt 51 Foss 50, Garfield 46 Jan. 23 Games Redmond 63, lssaquah 53 Garfield 64, Skyline 51 Eastlaks 75, Newport 60 Roosevelt 41, Bothel136 Woedinville 43, Lake Washington 42 !nglemoor 74, Ballard 51 Jan, 20 Games Issaquah 61, Inglemoor 59 Ballard 49, Skyline 46 Roosevelt 55, Eastlake 51 Redmond 60, Lake Washington 51 Woedinville 68, Newport 43 Jan. 19 Games Kentwood 55, Bothel139 Franklin 75, Garfield 60 ISSAQUAU 57, EASTLAKE 49 Eastlake 13 8 10 18 - 49 Issaquah 15 14 8 20- 57 Eastiake -Turner Lee 14, Michael Russe 11, Dillon Pencin 9, Michael Maguire 6, Chad Marxen 4, Matthew Uhlar 3, Jeff Charlston 2, Justin Lester O, Ryan Sikma O. Issequah - Ross Zuh120, Robby Pdmreso 14, Andrew Nale 6, Joe Evans 5, Max Kolden 5, Steven Rael 4, Nick Price 2, Conner McClain 1, Nik Landdeck O. ISSAQUAH 61, INGUEMOOR 58 Issaquah 17 9 17 18-61 Inglemoor 10 18 13 17 - 58 Issaquah - Andrew Nale 14, Conner McClain 11, Ross Zuhl 10, Joe Evens 9, Nick Price 6, Robby Primmso 5, 'Max Kolden 4, Steven Rael 2, MO Daher O, Nik Landdeck O. Inglemoor- Benji Bryant 24, Adam McEIwee 18, Todd Campbell 10, Paul Jorg 4, Paul Ena 2, Eric Bryant O, Tom Dougherty O, Andy Nweelele O. REDMOND 63, ISSAQUAH 53 Issequah 15 8 16 14- 53 Redmond 9 13 21 20 - 63 Issaquah - Andrew Nale 10, Robby Primrose 10, Conoor McClain 7, Ross Zuhl 7, Nik Landdeck 5, Max Kolden 4, Joe Evans 3, Nick Price 3, Stevee Rael 2, Me Daher O. Redmond - Chds Hardngton 20, Justin Alexander 10, Will Ellis 8, Willie Gonia 7, Max Wisman 7, Philip Leland 5, Jared Alexander 2, Abdul Tula 2. 6ARRELD 64, SKYLINE 51 Skyline 14 12 15 10 - 51 Garfield 17 11 14 22 - 64 Skyline - Kasen Williams 17, Cory Hutsen 13, Connor Gacek 9, Austin Weige 5, Jared Lemke 3, Bryan Cikatz 2, Mikey Smith 2, Dylan Coulter O. Garfield - Glen Brooks 15, Pierre Wright 13, DeAndre Taylor 11, Wilson Platt 9, Kellen Landry 6, Christian Blanks 4, DesJuan Newton 4, Salim Gloyd 2. BALLARD 49, SKYUNE 46 Skyline 10 14 15 7 - 46 Ballard 12 11 6 20 - 49 skyline - Cory Hutsen 20, Connor Gacek 11, Kason Williams 9, Jered Lemke 2, Will Parker 2,'Austin Weige 2, Dillon Saffle O. Ballard - Eric Taylor 17, Kyler Korsma 12, Berhanu Mekennen 7, Josh Barnes 4, Nolan Kozu 3, Mussa Gloyd 2, Nick Palewicz 2, Gary Smith 2, Brad Baker O, Dylee Peterson O. EARTLAKE 75, NEWPORT 60 Newport 18 12 12 18 - 60 Eastlake 19 18 17 21 - 75 Newport - Richard Woedworth 25, Zach Nicklos 9, Connor Wit19, Cole Wiper 8, Jake Hillyer 7, Colin Herdng 2, Victor King O. Eastiake - Michael Rusee 20, Dillon Pedcin 13,Turner Lee 15, Michael Maguire 10, Jeff Charlston 8, Scott Payton 7, Chad Marxen 2, Chad Gray O, Conner Iraola O, Justin Lester O, Ryan Sikma O, Matthew Uhlar O. ROOSEVELT 55, EASTLAKE 51 Eastlake 15 17 9 10 - 51 Roosevelt 15 12 13 15 - 55 Eastiake - Michael Russo 18, Chad Marxen 11,Turner Lee 9, Dillon Pericin 7, Michael Maguire 4, Scott Payton 2, Jeff Charisten O, Ryan Sikma O, Matthew Uhlar O. Roosevelt - Kaji Hoyt 25, River Voorhees 12, Gus Hohlbein 4, Colin Noteboom 4, Louis Voorhees 4, Joe Andrews 2, Kunge Tshering 2, Jonathan Werda. 3A/2A Kingco Conference Laa~so Season W-L W-L Bellevue 7-0 14.1 Mercer Island 6-1 9-5 Mount Si 4.2 7-5 Juaoita 3-3 5-10 Sammamish 2-5 5-9 Intedake 1-6 6-7 Uberty 1-6 4-10 Last Week's Scores Jan. 23 Games Mount Si 72, Uberty 51 Juanita 55, Sammamish 43 Bellevue 66, Interlake 33 Jan. 20 Games Uberty 45, Interlake 41 Mercer Island 66, Mount Si 62 Bellevue 75, Sammamish 38 Ingtaham 61, Juanita 22 Jan. 19 Game Bellevue 52, Bellarrnine Prep 43 LIBERTY 45, iNTIERLAKE 41 Intedake 10 8 13 1D-41 Uberty 10 10 6 19 - 45 Undsey Parry 8, Mikayla Neves 4 Carrie Wolken 4. Amy Ziegler 4, Micbelte Bred 3, Rachel Grasso 2. Undsoy Nicholson 2, Alex Angel O. Ballard - Elena DeWeeso 9. Alexandria Lawringer 5. FuAfeta Tautolo 4, Maddie Soukup 2, Kyla Wenger 1. Morgan Bailess O, Taylor Hatl O.Theresa Moriarty O, Rosemary Spracklin, Kendall Wall O. GARRELD 52, SKYLINE 40 Skyline 6 8 13 13-40 Garfield 13 9 16 14- 52 Skyline + Undsey Perry 18. Kassia Fortier 9. Cadie Wolken 9, Alex Angel 4, Michelle Bretl O, Rachel Grasee O, Mikeyla Naves O. Michelle Perry O, Amy Ziegler O. Garfield - DeAndreney Dillard-Brown 13. Cora McManus 10, Shaunice Robinson 8. Laniecia Weetherspoon 7,Alyse Harris 6, Myashu Sarju 6, Demarea Caples 2, Quierra Farr O, Mykhaul Gadison O. Alicia Williams O. EASTIJKE 54, NEWPORT 47 Newport 12 11 9 15-47 Eastiake 16 16 10 12 - 54 Newport - Betsy Kingma 9. Lauren Vannini 9, Chanel Cambrenere 7, Jessica Barry 6. Kelsi Russell 6. Randi Boseman 5, Christina Meehan 5. Nazlee Ghoreishi O. Eastiake - Bile Martinez 15. Alyssa Charlston 12. Jena Boyle 11, Hannah Ostic 7, Annie Borges 4, Kelly Montgemery 3, Laura Bachman O, Kaitlin Jackson O. Interlake - Aaron Sweat 14, Ricky Aaron 12, Patrick Undsley 4, Zac Johnston 3, Oman Abdelbade 2, Jeffrey Kimmel 2, Will Pineda 2, Matt Allan 1, Sean Cohen O, 3A/2A KlngCo Conference Sean Mccorty O. Liberty -Jake Bainton 10, Chandler Jenkins 10, Eric Peterson 9, Conoor Sjolander 7, Turner Chattemn 4, Jeff Ryberg 3, Evan Stedman 3, Eric Etter O, Kylan Madow O, Bellevue Troy Solly O. Mercer Island Uberty MOUNT SI 72, UBERIY 61 Juanita Mount Si 17 16 16 23 - 72 Mount Si 2-4 Uberty 16 14 9 12 - 51 Interlake 2-5 Mount Si - Tanner Riley 35, Zander Nelson 19, Dallas Sammamish 0-7 Smith lO, Taylor Campbell 4,Tucker Edwards-King 2, Lucas Zupan 2, Zach Brevick O, .lake Hamilton O, Last Week~ Scem Spencer MacEwan O, Tyson Riley 0. Jan. 24 Game Uberty- Chandler Jenkins 16, Jake Bainton 8, Eric Peterson 8, Eric Etter 6,Turner Chatterton 4, Jeff Ryberg 4, Connor Sjolander 4,Troy Solly 1, Kylan Marlew O, Even Stedman O. Eagles FROM PAGE C1 Eastlake, one of the better shooting teams in the league this year, averaging 42 percent from the field, missed easy shots and fell apart on offense at times. Martinez led Eastlake scorers with 11 points, while teammate Hannah Ostic had seven. Issaquah's Blaire Brady and Alexa Smith each finished with eight points. "I just hope this is a sign of us maturing on the court," Gib- son said. "We're going to need to. We need them to be able to be confident and make the right decisions when they're out on the court." Reach Reporter Christopher Huber at 392-6434, ext. 242, or ehuber@iss- press.com. Comment on this story at www. issaquahpress, com. Prey girls basketball , 4A KJngCo Conference CREST DIVISION League Season W-L W-L Issequah 8-1 10-3 Eastlake 7-3 9-4 Newport 6-4 9-4 Skyline 6-4 8-5 Garfield 5-3 8-4 Redmond 4-5 7-6 CROWN DWISION Roosevelt 7-3 9-5 Inglemoor 6-4 10-4 WoodieviUe 5-5 9-5 Lake Washington 1-7 3-9 Bothell 1-8 1-12 Ballard 0-9 2-11 Last Week's Scores Jan. 24 Games Issaquah 48, Eastlake 35 Woodinville 49, Ballard 37 Inglemoor 52, Roosevelt 46 Jan. 23 Games Issaquah 57, Redmond 50 Garfield 52, Skyline 40 Roosevelt 61, Bothel125 Eastlake 54, Newport 47 Inglemoor 46, Ballard 24 Woodieville 53, Lake Washingten 30 Jan. 21 Games Issaquah 59, Inglemoor 47 Skyline 48, Ballard 21 Eastlake 51, Reosevelt 48 Garfield 55, Bothel136 Redmond 62, Lake Washington 53 Newport 56, Woodinville 41 ISSAQUAH 48, EASn.AKE 35 Eastlake 6 3 13 13-35 issequah 11 14 13 10 - 48 Eastlake - Eilie Martinez 11, Hannah Ostic 7, Alyssa Charlsten 6, Kelly Mentgomery 4, Annie Berges 2, Jess Kelly 2, Chyana Markley 2, Jena Boyle 1, Laura Bachman O, Kenzie Carlson O, Kaitiin Jackson O. lssequah - Erin Nicol 19, Blaire Brady 8, Alexa Smith 8, Heather Morris 5, Maddey Pflaumer 4, Dayna Talley 4, Taryn Holmes O, Brooke Miller O, Mackenzie Schlitz O. ISSAQUAH 571 REDMOND 50 Issaquah 11 12 12 22 - 57 Redmond 20 6 11 13-50 lssequah - Alexa Smith 22, Erin Nicol 18, Maddey Pflaumer 8, Brooke Miller 5, Blake Brady 4,Taryn Holmes O, Heather Morris O, Mackenzie Schlitz O, Dayoo Talley O. Redmond - Courtney Martin 22, Alicia Valentine 10, Marissa Pratt 8, Chandler Jo~es 6, Jordan Ohrt 4, Kailan Kalina 2, Stacey Kimball O, Kaitiin Parrett O, Undsey Smith O, Katie Whitaker O. ISSAQUAH 59, INGLEMOOR 47 Issequah 19 15 10 15- 59 Inglemoor 10 12 15 10 - 47 Issaquah - Erin Nicol 19, Maddey Pflaumer 12, Heather Morris 11, Alexa Smith 7, Dayna Talley 6, Blaire Brady 2, MacKenzie Schlitz 2,Taryn Holmes O, Brooke Miller O. Inglemoor - Lynsey Sandum 14, Brittany Gardner 9, Alex Nelson 9, Melissa Hough 8, Brynn Hamel 7, Sarah Breysse O, Sarah Butterfial 0, Emily Dehmer O, Rosie Matsumoto O, Jessie Zou O, Jezlin Palk O. SKYLINE 48, BALLARD 21 Skyline 6 15 12 15 - 49 Ballard 2 5 7 7-21 Skyline- Michelle Perry 11, Kassia Forfier 10, Issaquah FROM PAGE C1 while Eastlake is now 2-8 in KingCo and 3-11 overall Despite Eastlake's unimpressive record, Issaquah players acknowledged that the Wolves don't play like a 3-11 team. "We had to give a good effort to come out here and win and it was good to see everyone come together and play well tonight," Zuhl said. The key for Issaquah was capitalizing on transition and second-chance points. Eastlake struggled to contain the Eagles between possessions and failed to defend against the offensive rebounds. "They were pressuring and crashing the boards hard, and getting a few second shots," said Eastlake senior forward Turner Lee.."They had a really good tran- sition game, which is one of the main rea- sons they got the W tonight." Lee finished with 14 points and team- mate Michael Russo had 11, well below his per-game average of 17.4. Issaquah's Robby Primrose had 14 points. EASTLAKE 61, ROOSEVELT 48 Eastlake 14 3 15 18-51 Roosevelt 10 15 9 14 - 48 Eastlake - Ellie Martinnz 17, Jena Boyle 10, Alyssa Charlston 8, Laura Bachman 8, Hannah Ostic 5, Annie Borges 2, Jeff Kelly 2, Kenzie Carlson O, Kelly Montgomery O. Rousevelt - Frannie Hemmelgem 19, Hannah Judd 8. Katherine Woodworth 7, Grace Cappleman 6. Kaitliv Monnahan 4, Catherine Killian 2. Sydney Melkersoo 2, Rachel Bulleos O. League Season W-L W-L 6-1 11-4 5-1 10-4 5-2 12-3 3-3 5-9 3-11 11-5 0-13 Interlake 52, Washouge140 Jan. 23 Games Uberty 44, Mount Si 39 Bellevue 59, Interlake 38 Juanita 64, Sammamish 23 Jan 21 Games Uberty62, Inteflake 52 Bellevue 63, Sammamish 9 Mercer Island 70, Mount Si 60 UBERW 44, MOUNT Sl 39 Uberty 12 6 12 14-44 MountSi 5 10 9 15-39 Uberty - Halle Ericksen 11. Katie Growden 7, Danni Sjolander 6, Breanne Faehnrich 4, Alexis Court 2. Rayssa Ura 2, Corinna Fuentes O, Aspen Winegar O. LIBERTY 62, INI1ERLAKE 62 Liberty 14 14 25 9 - 62 Intedake 6 13 14 19-52 Uberty - Danni Sjolander 17. Coriooa Van Hursten 17, Katie Growden 11, Breanne Faehndch 9. Connna Fuentes 4, Halle Edckson 2, Rayssa Lira 2, Alexis Court O, Jenn Sireger O, Aspen Winegar O. Interlake - Sarah Anderep~ 17, Litia Ngeuamo 17, Sarah Ostlund 8, Kelsay Mackay 6. Nusha Ghassemikia 2, Nikole Stahbazian 2, Carissa Gordon O, Erin Kelly O, Hannah Pratt O, Madeline Schiappa O. Chandler Smidt O, Ashley Sweat O. Prep wrestling KlngCo Conference Jan. 22 Matches Skyline 42, Newport 22 Redmond 40, Interlake 30 Bellevue 42, Juanlta 34 Mercer Island 57, Lake Washington 21 Woodinville 76, Ballard 9 Jan. 21 Match Issaquah 78, Garfield 6 Jan. 20 Matches Bothel135, Juanita 30 O'Dea 37, Interlake 26 Mercer Island 54, Bellevue Christian 15 Skyline 38, Eastlake 27 Newport 70, Garfield 12 Uberty 64, Sammamish 10 SKYUNE 38, EASTLAKE 27 103: Max Benjamin (E) p. Jerred Kiss, 0:53. 112: Adam Nakanishi (E) p. Christian Caldwell, 1:49. 119: Jeey Um (S) p. Aj Charat, 5:04. 125: Co, in Ehret (S) p. Max Boucher, 5:14 130: Shay Fuentes (E) p. Alex 1:43 160: Bmndon Studer (L) P. Junior Benitez, 1:20. 171: Malcom Dike (L) tech. fall over Valentine Vaufuir. 189: Nick Bezanson (L) p. Matthias Sperka, 2:49. 215: Cameron Akana IS) major dec. over Chris Hadin. 13-2. 285: Coleton Lengdon (L) p. Shane Kalolola. 3:01 ISSAQUAH 78, GARRELD 6 103: MaxTickman (I) won by forfeit. 112: Dalton Baunsgerd (I) won by pin. 119: Almen Thorpe (I) won by forfeit. 125: Jordan Tanner (I) won t~y forfeit. 130: Ben Tickman (I) won by pin. 135: David White (I) won by for- felt. 14D: Josoph Tonnenaker (I) wen by Din. 145: Kyle Bichich (I) won by pin. 160: Jon White (I) won by forfeit 171: Tyler Volk (I) won by pin. 189: Alex Stevens (I) won by forfeit. 215: Alec Jacobs (I) wen by pin. 285: Dan Bressler (I) won by forfeit. Nonleague BONNET LAKE iNVITATiONAL Results for Issaquah Junior Varsity team: 119: Alman Thorpe. third place. 125: Andrew Ramirez, sixth place. 130: Seen Novek. first place; Paul Tilton, sixth place. 171: Josh Bonn, second ~lace; Seth Thompson, sixth place. 189: Alex Stevens, first place; Jake Pankinin. sixth place. 215: Alex Jacobs, eighth place. Prep boys swimming 4A KlngCo Conference Jan. 23 Meet GARRELD 129, ISSAQUAH $6 200 medley relay - 1, Garfield (Nemeth, Devore, R. Walker. Majeau) 1:4623. 200 freestyle: 1,Walker (G) 1:51.48: 2. Issaquah A (Jack Teylor, Skyler Kersten, Riley Goodman, Ben Halter) 1:5275; 3, Issaquah B (Gentry Gevers, Nathan Balkman, Jason Un. Bobby Johnson) 1:59.75 200 freestyle: 1, Reid Walker (G) 1:51.78: 3. Taylor (I) 1:59.39: 5, N. Balkman (I) 2:15.72.200 indi- vidual medley: 1, Devote (GI 2:1325; 4, Jacob Walin (I) 2:30.82; 5. Bdan Ruggles (I) 2:31.44. 50 freestyle: 1, Andy Fulton (G) 23.62; 4, Halter (I] 24.64; 5. Miles Perkins (I) 24.77. Diving: 1, Wes Wangerin (G) 190.30: 2, Kyle Stratiner (I) 185.40. 100 butterfly: 1, Gary Kuo (G) 59.81: 3, Goodma~ (I) 1:04.87: 4, Halter (I) 1:05.57; 5. Joshua Maseki (I) 1:14.11.100 freestyle: 1, Owen Howey (G) 52.31: 3. Perkins (I) 57.18: 5, Walin (1) 57.86. 500 freestyle: 1 Jesse Walker (G) 5:13.75; 2, Gevers (I) 5:46.30: 3, N. Balkmee (I) 6:28.34; 5, Lin (I) 7:01,95. 200 freestyle relay: 1, Garfield (R. Walker, Howe], Nemeth, Majeau) 1:33.71; 3, Issaquah (JeffreY Ira, Ruggles. Johnson, Perkins) 1:45.73. 100 backstroke: 1,Taylur (I) 58.90; 4. Goodman (I) 1:10.72: 5, Masaki (I) 1:14.57. 100 breaststroke: 1. Devore (G) 1:05.20: 3. Kersten (I) 1:12.54: 4, Gevers (I) 1:12.90. 400 freestyle relay: 1, Garfield (R. Walker, Nemeth, Majeau, Hewey) 3:35.23; 3. Issaquah (Halter, Kersten, Gevers, Taylor) 3:44.64. Jan. 22 Meet NEWPORT 132, UBERTY 51 200 medley relay: 1, Newport (Dehlan Gwo. Alex Peterson, Mark Molna~ Mitchell Halladay) 1:45.40. 200 freestyle: 1. Nathan BurwelJ (NI 2:06.24; 3, Aaron Stusser (L) 2:/8.46; 4,Andrew Kubeja (L) 2:23.35. 200 individual medley: 1, Stephen Bell (N) 2:/9.52; 4, Kevin Hays (L) 2:34.32; 5, Cameron Kaulia (L) 2:45.79. 50 freestyle: 1, Halladey (N) 24.27: 2, Alex Bell (LI 24.56; 4.Tucker Watts (L) 25.83; 5, Matt Johnson (L) 25.84. Diving: 1, Andrew Fltzsimmons (L) 128.30. 100 butterfly: 1, Sebastian Bury (N) 1:02.30; 2, David Lowry (L) 1:05.98; 5,Tyler Kirkevold (L) 1:17.41. 100 freestyle: 1, Alex Douthitt iN) 53.51: 4, Johnson (L) 57.63: 5, Brandon Wemer (L] 1:04.48. 500 freestyle: 1, Kenneth Ralston (NI 5:42.65; 4,Tyler Larson (L) 7:22.29: 5. Ryan Skanse (L) 7:34.73. 200 freestyle relay: 1, Newport (Molnar. Gwo. Bury, Halladay) 1:33.70: 2, Uberty (Austin Briggs, Bell, Chris Kaulia. Logan Briggs) 1:34.03. 100 backstroke: 1,Watts (L) 1:04.71: 5. Andrew Arbogest (L) 1:20.25. 100 breaststroke: 1. Peterson (N) 1:08.75; 3, Hays (L) 1:12.81; 5. James Henry (L] 1:20.54. 400 freestyle relay: 1, Newport (Molnar, Bury, Douthitt, Gwel 3:28.12; 2, Uberty (A.Briggs, Bell, Chris Kauiia, L. Briggs) 3:29.48. Jan. 20 Meet SKYLINE 96, ISSAQUAH 90 200 medley relay: 1, Skyline (Mitchell Corson, Alex Mather, David Jett, Milch Kim) 1:50.27; 2, Issequah A (Jack Taylor, Skyler Kersten, Riley Goodman, Ben Halter) 1:61.70: 3, lssoquah B (Gentry Gevers, Nathan Balkman, Jason Un, Jeffrey Lira) 1:56.20. 200 freestyle: .... + 3.+ Alex1>alumbo (S) 1:57.67; 2, Ashton~.+J~ell (S) " 2!06.0:~: 3~ Gevers ((I) 2:06:~5'; 4", J~l~d'~ffi~r +(S) 2:13.39; 5, Jacob Walen (I] 2:13.83. 200 individual medley: 1, Jett (S] 2:17,01; 2, Karsten (I) 2:17.95: 3, Joshua Masoki [I) 2:41.42: 4, Peter Hall (S) 2:45.78. 50 freestyle: 1, Goodman (I) 24.77; 2, Kim (S) 25.05; 3. John Gerlach (S) 25.17; 4, Halter (I) 25.20; 5, Miles Perkins (I) 25.23. Diving: 1, Kyle Stratiner (I] 182.20; 2, Nick Kosenkrenius (SI 177.85; 3, Brandon Pomeroy (I) 176.30; 4, Matt Matches (SI 119.45; 5, Michael Alexander (S) 114.40. 100 butterfly: 1, A. Marber (S} 1:04.17: 2, Goodman (I) 1:06.60; 3, Rogers Feng (S) 1:06.69; 4,Travls Fox (S) 1:07.31; 5, Un (I) 1:11.43. 100 freestyle: 1,Taylor (I) 52.74; 2, Halter (I) 55.27; 3, Gedach (S) 55.97; 4, Perkins (I) 58.36; 5, Matches (S) 58.98. 500 freestyle: 1, Palumbo (S) 5:09.38; 2, Kersten (I) 5:40.46; 3, Powell (S) 5:54.51; 4, Corson iS) 6:06.72; 5,Walen (I) 6:32.48.200 freestyle: 1, Skyline A (Marcus Athedy, Huang, 1:24. 135: Nolan Richards (S) p. Cad Neves, Gerlach, Matches, Kim) 1:41.36; 2, Skyline B (Feng, 1:17. 140: Jordan McCaslin (S) d.Trevor McKJnnun, 8-7. Peter Hall, Alex Lee, Kesenkranius) 1:41.39; 3, Issaquah 145: Sam Boucher (E) d. Devyn Heimbeck, 8-6 (OT). 152: Larson Caldwell (S) maj. dec. over Tom Kuehny, 17, (Goodman, Pomeroy, Balkman, Perkins) 1:44.96. 100 backstroke: 1,Taylor (I) 58.80; 2, Jett (S) 1:04.04; 3, 9. 160: Danny Christiaeson (S) d. Ben Shanks, 5-3. Gevers (I) 1:05.17; 4, Max Marber (S) 1:0797; 5, 171: Ryan Adamson (S) major, dec: over cameron Coyer, 15-2. 189: Anthony DeMatteo (S) p. Rico Femandes, 1:02. 215: Mickey Rantala (E) won by for- feit. 285: Double forfeit. SKYLINE 42, NEWPORT 22 103~ Jerred Kiss (S) p. Alex Lodge, 3:12. 112: Christian Caldwell (S) wen by forfeit. 119: Jeey Um (S) d.Austin Bulen, 6-1.125: Winston Chen (N) d. Co, in Ehrot, 5-1. 130: Kristopber Kaegel (N) p. Dennis Stamper, 3:40. 135: Nolan Richards (S) p. Kevin Erickson, 0:52.14D: Carl Sangaiang (N) d. Ben Reh, 5- 2. 145: Devyn Heimbeck (S) p. Win Mason, 1:13. 152: Larson Caldwell (S) d. Matt Piut, 7-2. 160: Danny Christianson (S) d.Ali Sanbar, 5-3 (OT). 171: lan Case (N) d. Ryan Adamson, 10-7. 189: Jordan Tittle (S) d. Jay Mulhnya, 12-9. 215: Anthony DeMattee (S) p. Philbert Un, 1;42. 285: Drew Abey-Abay (N) won by forfeit. LIBERTY 64, SAMMAMISH 10 103: Dan Velasquez (L) tech. fall over Andrew Leiteh 16-0. 112: Double forfeit. 119: Corbin Beltz (L) wen by forfeit. 125: Sam Bleomburg (S) p. Riley Richmond, 2:40. 130: Matt Weik (L) p.Andrew Engels, 4:45. 135: Hamilton Noel (L) p. Brandon Erickson, 3:47. 140: Wright Noel (L) won by forfeit. 145: Shane Small (L) won by forfeit. 152; Jay Chakravarty (L) p. Alec Leaf, Masaki (I) 1:11.42 100 breaststroke: 1, N. Balkman (I) 1:11.53; 2, A. Marber (S) 1:11.64; 3,Brian Ruggles (I) 1:16.55; 4, Un (I) 1:18.66; 5, Kosenkranius (S) 1:2083 400 freestyle relay: 1, Issaquah A (Kersten, Gevers, Halter, Taylor) 3:42.89; 2, Skyline (Gedach, Corson, Palumbe, Jett) 3:49.09; 3, Issaquah B (Walin, Masaki, Perkina, Ruggles) 4:06.78. Jan. 15 Meet UBERTY 114, SAMMAMISH 58 200 medley relay: 1, Uberty A (Logan Brigge, Kevin Hays, Austin Brigge, Chris Kaulia) 1:48.04; 3, Uberty B (Tucker Watts, Tyler Larson, David Lowry, Cameron Kaulia) 2:07.16. 200 freestyle: 1, Alex Bell (L) 2;04.97; 3, Jimmy Rogers (L) 2:29.36; 4, Blake Johnston (L) 2:54.56. 2DD individual medley: 1, John Kelly (S) 2:23.26; 2, Chris Kaulia (L) 2;24.21; 4, Aaron Stusser (L) 2:46.03; 5, Tyler Kirkevold (L) 2:47.81.50 freestyle: 1,A. Briggs (L) 23.87; 3, Matt Johnson (L) 26.22; 4, Watts (L) 26.34. Diving: 1, Andrew Fitzsimmoos (L) 85.0.. 100 butterfly: 1, L Briggs (L) 1:00.83; 3, Lowry (L) 1:09.15; 4, Stusser (L) 1:21.46. 100 freestyle: 1, Kelly (S) 53.65; 2, Bell (L) 56.11; 4, Kirkevold (L) 1:03.54; 5, Cameron Kaulia (L) 1:05.31.600 freestyle: 1, Anthony Trianh (S) 6:12.02; 2, Hays (L) 6:2275; 3, James Henry (L) 6:53.17; 4, Rogers (L) Eastlake stayed in it for most of the game, but needed just a little more time, in the end, to come back. "A game like this can go in a matter of 30 seconds, boom boom," Eastlake head coach Pat Bangasser said. "Transition buckets was the difference for (Issaquah) in the second half." After leading 15-13 at the end of the first, Issaquah took charge and held a 6- to 8-point lead throughout. Had Eastlake been able to penetrate Issaquah's defense more often, it would have had a much bet- ter chance at victory, due to the help from the free-throw fine -- both Lee and Russo shot 8-for-8 from the line. "We've gotta get the ball inside," Ban- gasser said. "We feel that we're a better team when we do what we call 'violate the key." Eastlake came off a 75-60 win over Newport Jan. 23, which marked the team's first victory in what Bangasser said was the beginning of a new season, men- tally. "We kind of started our season over, mentally, on Thursday," Bangasser said. "We said, 'We're 0-0 and we've got eight games left,' and now we're 1-1 in our book." Issaquah Alps Trail Club trails and bridges neighborhood walk a~ holding ~ for the 2009 Sandy opBonel Starbucks stop, 5 miles. Call Koufax (WSSBL) baseball season. The 453~997. club will play in both league and I~ Feb. 7, 9:30 a.m.- Cougar Mountatn issaquahthunderbaseball~oomcast.net_ downhill. Call 392-6660. Field of Champions offers these youth Feb 8, 9:30 a.m. -.lay ~ Hike in programs: P Alter-school program forages 10- No~ Bend, 3-4 miles CaU837-1535 12, from 2+3 p,m~Wednesdays, start- Cvclin~ Ing Feb, 13; topiCs inClude pitching, ~'~-" "~ = ~= ~- Cascade B~''~ hiring and defense Jan z~, t~:4o p,m, - cycle Club's Eastside Tour, 20-30 mites, from k Catching clinics, noon Sundays, Apd 6-9, from 9 a m - 2 p,ro ; tOpics ShOOting include hi.rig, pitching, defense and Cascade Mountain Men, A traOiUonat base running Call 222-6020 or ~ to black powder muzzle-loading club, has a www.fietdofchamps.com+ " ers are welcome to take part in ~ event, Girts basketball However, you must RSVP ~ Feb, 11, Go ~ Jan 30 6:30 p,m, Sammamish at to wwvv, cascademountainmer~com. U~ I, Open Gym -Tiny Tot makeups i~ Feb4, 7:30 p.m,~=~inville (this applies to Grasshopper and ~, Feb.4, 7:30 p.m., lssaquah at Bothelt Dragonfly classes) " ~ Feb 5, 7:30 p.m. U~ at Juanita Preston Friday at9:30 am. Third Saturday at 5:30 p.m. ~ baGlmtl~ll Bellevue Second Thursday at noon l,~an. 30, 8 p.m., Eastlake atSkyline Fourth Parent-Tot ctasses - call for at IssaqUah from 6:30-7:30 Woodirr~ille 1, Feb. 3, 7:30 p.m., Issaquah at Bothell Class revels may 206-628-2405~ Dragons 12 Ls ]sa Youth 7:16.50. 200 freestyle relay: ~, Liberty A (L. Briggs, Bell, Chris Kaulia, A. Briggs) 1f36.16; 3, Liberty B (Lowry, Anthony Kubeja, Kirke~ld, Cameron Kaulia) 1:55.46. 100 backstroke: 1, I~. Bdggs (L) 57.09; 3, Watts (L) 1:10.03; 4, M. Jehn~on (L) 1:13.01 400 freestyle relay: 1, Liberty A (J@nson, Stusser, Hays, Bell) 4:03.58; 3, Liberty B (Henry, Lowry, Kirkevold, Cameron Kaulia) 4:24.87. Prep ~qnnast/a Kingco Conference Jan. 19 Meet ISSAQUAH 172.1; NEWPOn' 171.1; UBERIY 148.25; GARFIELD 137.15; E/Sll.AKE 130.2; HOLY NAMES 33.25. All-around: 1, Olivia Gome ss) 36.55; 2, Rise Fukuda (Iss) 35.3; 3,i'iffanyT=/ohara (N) 35.25. Uneven parallel bars: 1, Goree (Iss) 8.~; 2, Fukuda (Iss) 8.3; 3, Toyahara (N) 8.1. Balance bea n: 1, Goree (Iss) 9.5; 2, Toyohara (N) 9.45; 3, Rachel Y ~irtz (N) 9.4. Floor exer- cise: 1, Goree (Iss) 9.45; 2, Ki stine Wong (N) 9.3; 3, (tie), Katie Rock (HN) 9.2, Fuk ~da (Iss) 9.2.Vault: 1, Goree (Iss) 8.8; 2, Wirtz (N) 8 7; 3, Taryn Chin (Iss) 9.65. Jan. 20 Meet GARFIELD 146.82, SKYUI E 137.1 AII-around:i 1,Tia Eogie (G) 35.5; 2,Amy Bearman (S) 32.1; 3, Jessica ~Badgelay (G) : 11.65. Unaven parallel bars: 1, Fore (G) 8.7; 2, Bad[ ,~ley (G) 7.6; 3, Shelby Miller(S) 6.9. Balance beam: L, Fogle (G) 9.1; 2, Badge- ley (G) 9.i; 3, Bearman (S) 7. L Floor exercise: 1, Bear- man (S) 9.2; 2, Fegle (G) 9.1; 3, Miller (S) 7.5. Vault: 1, Werre FROM PAGE C1 acter, work ethic and drive." Werre has also been a great leadm on the team and a mentor to some of the ycunger players; she's also a coachable playe who doesn't become frustrated when a te mmate doesn't pass her the ball, he said. In addition to playing soccer, Wer~ is a standout sprinter on the track team. ;he plans to participate in the 100-yard run, t~ e 200- yard run and both relays. The seaso: t starts in March. Her sophomore year, she pla zed sixth at the state meet in the 200-yard rut. with a personal best time of 25.68 seconds. But soccer remains her first love. At 7, she began playing at Soccer Cub of East Renton, a youth soccer club dedicated to teach- ing boys and girls the fundamentals o !the game. "I like the competitiveness of soco ~r," she said. "I love soccer so much and I'm looking forward to playing for a Division I cI)llege ' "n " team. I really dldn t want to stop pla$i g. ! Reach Reporter Jim Feehan at 392-6434, ext. 239, or jfee- han@isspress.com. Comment on this story aI www. issaquahpress, com. Badgeley (G) 8.65; 2, Fogle (G) 8.6; 3, Bearman (S) 8.5. Jan. 22 Meet SAMMAMISH 142.1, EASTLAKE 140.5 All-around: 1, Sarah Nassif (S) 31.6; 2, Bianca Barr (E) 29.0; 3, Emma Walsh (E) 28.2. Uneven parallel bars: 1, Caitiin Lawyer (S) 7.0; 2, Nassif (S) 6.4; 3, Barr (E) 6.3. Balance beam: 1, Nassif (S) 8.2; 2, Shana Barber (S) 8.0; 3, Robin Vdub (E) 7.6. Floor exercise: 1, Nassif (E) 8.6; 2,Walsh (EO 7.9; 3, Chelsea Bollman (S) 7.8. Vault: 1, Nassif (S) 8.4; 2 (tie), Lauren Jenson (S) 8.3, Barr (E) 8.3. EASTLAKE 140.5, REDMOND 135.4 All-around: 1, Ally Garcia (Red) 32.5; 2, Bianca Ban (E) 29.3; 3, Marjorie Driew (Red) 28.7. Uneven parallel bars: 1, Garcia (Red) 6.4; 2, Barr (E) 6.3; 3, Driew (Red) 5.9. Balance beam: 1, Garcia (Red) 8.8; 2, Rebin Vdub (E) 7,6; 3 (tie), Kristen Hayenga (E) 7.5, Kristin Owen (Red) 7.5, Emma Walsh (E) 7.5. Floor exercise: 1, Garcia (Red) 9.1; 2, Walsh (E) 7.9; 3, Driew (Red) 7.8. Vault: 1, Barr (E) 8.3; 2 (tie), Maggen Wolk (E) 8.2, Gamia (Red) 8.2 Youth ~mnastics Level 6 PARADISE MEET At Honolulu Results for Gymnastics East: 11-and-aver Nikki Ducich: 3, all-around, 35.2; vault, 8.8; bars, 8.825; beam, 8.7; floor, 8.875. Rikki Uhdch: 5, all- around, 34.325; vault, 8.875; bars, 8.4; beam, 8.725; floor, 8.325. Julia Bautel: 6, all-areund, 33.05; vault, 9.1; bars, 7.3; beam, 8.5; floor, 8.15. FILE Kelsey Werre, a senior midfielder, playing her final UberLy High School soccer game Nov. 4 against Sammamish. - -+ ++ ...... ,-+- ~ +'~+- --~+x-+-- +:+ ,"