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C WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2009 THE ISSAQUAH PRESS SCOREBOARD Prep bs basketball 4A gingCo Conference League an W-L W-L CREST DIVISION Garfield 16-0 19-3 Issaquah 11-5 13-9 Redmond 10-6 13-9 Skyline 6-10 8-12 Newport 3-13 4-16 Eastiake 2-14 3-17 CROWN DIVISION Inglemoor 12-4 17-5 Roosevelt 9-7 12-10 Ballerd 8-8 11-11 Buthell 8-8 10-12 Woodinville 6-10 8-14 Lake Washington 5-11 7-13 last Week's Seems I.eague Tournament Feb. 20 Games Inglemoor 71, Issoquah 59, winner to state Garfield 65, Redmond 45, winner to state Bothel148, Ballerd 42, loser out Roosevelt 45, WoodinviUe 40, loser out Feb. 17 Gamee Iseaquah 60, Bellard 41 Inglemoor 55, Bothel137 Redmond 42, Roosevelt 41 Garfield 78,Woedinville 48 ISSAQUAH 60, BAJ.LARD 41 Ballard 8 9 12 12-41 lasaquah 9 16 11 24 - 60 Ballard - John Bames 16, Berhanu Mekennen 8, Edc Taylor 6, Mousse Gloyd 4, Nolan Knzu 2, Kegan Lucas 2, Lee Richardson 2, Nick Palewicz 1, Brad Baker O, Karson Gray O, Kyler Korsmo O, Dylan Paterson O, Gary Smith O. Issoquah - Ross Zuh120, Robby Pdmrose 13, Scan Stuby 7, Andrew Nale 5, Nick Price 5, Connor McClain 4, Mo Daber 2, Joe Evans 2, Kyler Webber 2, Max Kolden O, Nik Landdeck O, Stovan Rael O. INGLEMOOR 71, ISSA(MM $9 Inglemoor 14 13 18 26 - 71 Issaquah 8 14 18 18 - 59 Inglemoor- Benji Bryant 21, Todd Campbell 16, Adam McEIwee 15, Paul Jorg 9, Paul Ena 6, Andy Nwaelele 4, Eric Bryant O, Tom Dougherty O, Brady GroSor O, Colin Hamilton O, Jerry Molnar O. lssaquah - 'Robby Pfimmso 24, Andrew Nale 12, Nik Landdeck 6, Ross Zuhl 4, Joe Evans 3, Sean Stuby 3, Kyle Webber 3, Nick Pdce 2, Steven Rael 2, Mo Daher O, Max Kolden O, Connor McClain O. 3A/ V&gCo Codere.ce League Season W-L W-L Issaquah 12-4 16-6 Eastlake 11-5 16-6 Newport 10-6 15-7 Garfield 9-7 13-9 Skyline 9-7 11-10 Redmond 8-8 11-9 CROWN DWISION Inglemoor 11-5 16-6 Roosevelt 11-5 14-8 Woodinville 9-7 13-9 Lake Washington 4-12 6-14 Bothell 1-15 1-19 Ballard 1-15 3-17 last Week's Scores League Tournament Feb. 21 Games Issaquah 52, Inglemoor 37, winner to state Eastlake 47, Roosevelt 42, winner to state Garfield 57, Skyline 50, loser out Newport 50, Woodinville 33, loser out Feb. 18 Games Issaquah 60, Skyline 43 EastJake 55, Newport 52 (20ts) Inglemoor 51, Garfield 44 Roosevelt 54, Woodinville 45 ISSAQUAH 52, INGLEMOOR 37 Inglemoor 10 6 7 14 - 37 Issaquah 20 10 7 15 - 52 Inglemoor - Lynsey Sendum 9, Brynn Hamel 8, Sarah Buttorfield 6, Alex Nelson 5, Jessie Zoo 3, Bdttany Gardner 2, Melissa Hough 2, Rosie Matsumoto 2, Jozlyn Pelk O, Sarah Bmysse O, Emily Dehmer O. Issoquah - Blaire Brady 12, Edn Nicol 12, Maddey Pflaumer 10, Heather Mords 6, Alexa Smith 6, Brooke Miller 2, Mackenzie Schlitz 2, Dayna Talley 2,Taryn Holmes O, Dominique Mendezona O, Ngozi Monu O, Morgan Young O. I 60, SKYLINE 43 Skyline 7 13 149-43 Issoquah 16 18 14 12 - 60 Skyline - Undsoy ParTy 20, Kassia Fortier 7, Alex Angel 5, Mikayla Neves 4, Carlie Wolken 4, Rachel Gresso 2, Michelle Perry 1, Michelle Bred O, Undsey Nicholson O, Amy Ziegler O. Issaquah - Maddey Pflaumer 16, Edn Nicol 12, Brooke Miller 10, Alexa Smith 9, Blaire Brady 5, Dayna Talley 4, Dominique Mendezona 2,Taryn Holmes 1, Heather Mords 1, Ngazi Monu O, Mackenzie Schlitz O, Morgan Young O. GARRELD 57, SKYUNE 50 Garfield 15 6 24 12 - 57 Skyline 9 10 13 18 - 50 Garfield - DeAndreney Dillard-Brewn 16, Shaunice Robinson 16, Kiana Chang 10, Nyasha Sarju 8, Cora McManus 5, Quierre FarT 2, Mykihaul Gedison O, Alyso Harbs O, Rakeyla Robinson O, Laniecia Weatherspoon O. Skyline - Undsey Parry 20, Cadie Wolken 14, Mikayla Neves 8, Kassia Fortier 6, Michelle Breti 2, Alex Angal O, Rachel Grasso O, Michelle Parry O, Amy Ziegler O' EASTLAKE 49, ROOSEVELT 42 Eastiake 10 14 10 15 - 49 Roosevelt 11 12 9 10 - 42 League Season Eastiake - Jena Boyle 12, Ellie Martinez 12, Alysse W-L W-L Chaflston 8, Hannah Ostic 8, Annie Borges 5, Laura Bellevue 12-0 20-1 Bachman 2, Jess Kelly 2, Kaltlin Jackson O. Mercer Island 9-3 15-8 Roosevelt - Frannie Hemelgam 13, Catherine Killian Mount Si 9-3 13-6 11, Grace Cappleman 5, Sydney Melkenson 5, Elizabeth Uberty 4-8 7-13 Caldart 4, Hannah Judd 4, Katey Adams O, Katherwine Juanite 3-9 5-17 Woedworth O. Sammamish 3-9 7-14 Intedake 2-10 8-11 EAKE 55, NEWPORT $2 (2 RTS) Newport 10 11 19 8 2 2- 52 Last Week's Soems Eastiake 7 1315132 5-55 League Tournament Newport - Betsy Kingma 20, Christina Meehan 8, Fell 19 Games Kelsi Russell 7, Caitiin Bennett 6, Chanel Cambronero 5, Mount 6i 49, Mercer island 40 " Laeoln Vannini 4, Nazlee Ghoreishi 2, Jeosica Barry O, Bellevue 74, Juanita 27 Randi Baseman O. Feb. 17 Games Eaake - Alyssa Charlston 17, Ellie Martinez 17, Mercer island 33, Semreamish 27, loser out Jena Boyle 7, Hannah Ostic 7, Laura Bachman 5, Annie Juanlta 60, Uberty 52, loser out Borgas 2, Kenzie Carlson O, Jess Kelly O. JUANITA 60, UBERIY 52 .............. Juanita 16 14 12 18- 60 3A/2A KingCo Conference Uberty 8 15 14 15-52 Juanita - Christian Bingcang 11, Kds Otterholt 11, League Season Jesse Zackery 11, Cole Graves 6, Ryan Cunnigan 5, Adel W-L W-L Banslimane 4, Jake Ichikawa 4, Patrick Badew 3, Memer island 10-2 17-5 Dahrius Mills 3, Robbie Ryan 2. Uberty 9-3 17-5 Uberty - Chandler Jenkins 20, Eric Paterson 12, Jake Bellevue 8-4 14-9 Bainton 10, Jeff Ryberg 4, Connor Sjolander 3,Turner Mount Si 8-4 11-12 Chatteron 2, Edc Ettar 1, Kylan Madew O, Evan Stedman Juanita 4-8 6-15 O. Interlake 3-9 12-9 Sammamlsh 0-12 0-21 Prey brLs basketball 4A KlngCo Conference CREST DIVISION last Week's Scores LealPm Tournament Feb. 20 Games Mercer Island 60, Uberty 56 Mount Si 64, Bellevue 52 Feb. lfl Games Uberty 52, Mount Si 46 Memer island 46, Bellevue 44 Feb. 17 Games Mount Si 78, Semmamish 18, loser out Bellevue 45, Juanita 35, loser out LIBER1Y 52, MOUNT SI 46 Uberty 10 10 14 18 - 52 MountSi 11 14 7 14-46 Uberty - Breanne Faehndch 17, Katie Growdon 12, Danni Sjolander 12, Reyssa Ure 5, Corinna Van Hurston 4, Aspen Wineger 2, Hake Eficksen O, Cofinna Fuentos O, Jenn 8imger O. Mount Si - Caitie Richards 18, Aubrey Lanon 8, Jud Braun 7, Heiley Eddinga 5,Treci Nelson 4, Kassrdy Maddux 2, Sarah McDonald 2, Emily Ferree O, Stevie Riley O, Kady lompsoe O, Jordyn Wilson O, MERCER ISLAND 60, LIBERTY 56 Uberty 11 14 15 16 - 56 Mercer Island 9 15 21 15 - 60 Uberty - Katie Gmwden 19, Corinna Van Hurston 13, Breanne Faehndch 10, Danni Sjolander 7, Aspen Winegar 4, Codnna Fuentes 2, Rayssa Urn 1, Halle Eficksen O, Jenn Siregar O. Mercer Island - Jae Shin 18, Janelle Chou 15, Bailey Gullstad 15, Kate Dapmn 7, Alex PauI-Heyter 4, Sarah Taylor 1, Kaylian Balinbin O, Heldi Black O, Patti Chew O, Ashleigh Diamond O, Chloe Snethen O. Prep wrestling 4A State Tournament At Tocoma Dome Top 10 teams: 1, Lake Stevens 169; 2, Shohomish 102.5; 3, Auburn 88; 4, Tahoma 84; 5, Rogers-Puyallup 73.5; 6, Moses Lake 72; 7, Greham-Kapowsin 71.5; 8, Kentwood 68.5; 9, University 65.5; 10, Mead 62. KingCo teams: 12, Woedinville 45; 23, Inglemoor 26; 25, Lake Washington 23.5. Other KingCo teams scoring: Skyline 9, Issaquah 3, Redmond 2, Newport L Rul round (Kingco wrestlers) 125: Kyle Komata (Wondieville) p. Scan Anderson (Lake Stevens), 3:45. 215: Jacob Trotter (Mead) d. Grant Haschak (LW), 4-2. Lecal resulte 103: first round, Brandon Medock (University) p. Max Benjamin (EasBake), 1:19; consolation, Jarret Canovas (Evergreen-Van.) p. Benjamin, 2:01. 112: fin round, Dalton Baunsgard (Issaquah) d. Andrew Valdez (Moses Lake), 8-5; quarterfinals, Josh Heinzer (Lake Stevens) p. Baunsgard, 1:01; consolation, Bailey Miller (Kelso) d. Bauosgard, 6-5. 125: first round, Colton KusUek (Kamiak) d. Jordan Tanner (Issaquah), 7-0; consolation, Tanner d. Cady Badch (South Kitsap), 10-8; Kurtis Giberson (Kelso) d. Tanner, 11-1. 130: first round, Adam Fergason (South Kitsap) d. Ben Tickman (Issaquah), 10-0; Nolan Richards (Skyline) p. Austin Smart (Kelso), 1:18; quarterfinals, Sam Ottew (Snohomish) p. Richards, 3:18; consolation, Brian Donaldson (Marysville-Pilchuck) d. Tickroan, 4-2 (OT); Richards p. Donaldson, 3:47; Colton Elliott (Oak Harbor) d. Richards, 14-0; seventh-eighth place, Kreyson Gates (Wenatchee) d. Richards, 8-0. 152: first round, George King (Lake Stevens) p. Danny Chfistianson (Skyline), 0:32; consolation, Nick Hunt (Wenatchee) p. Chnstiansen, 4:53. 160: first round, Jake Nason (University) d. Jacob Bofin (Issaquah), 11-4; consolation, Nick Lemmon (Kent-Meridian) d. Borin, 7-6. 171: Michael Neiner (South Kiteap) d.Tyler Volk (Issaquah), 16-4; consolation, Blake Lehuquet (Lake Stevens) d. )lk, 9-5. 189: Rudy Johanson (Edmonds-Woedwoy) d. Anthony DeMattso (Skyline), 17-2; consolation, DoMatteo d. Jacob Sealby (Wenatchee), 5-3; Russell Stinson (Ferris) d. DeMattee, 3-2. 3A State Tournament At Tocema Dome Top 10 toeme: 1, Enumclew 174; 2,Yelm 139; 3. East Valley-Spokane 127; 4, Sedro-Woolloy 99.5; 5, Sunnyside 91.5; 6 (tie), North Central 76.5, Bonney Lake 76.5; 8, Ferndale 67; 9, Aubum-Mountainview 58; 10, Franklin Pierce 56.5. KingCo teams: 20, Mount Si 20; 30 (tie), Bellevue 15, Juanita 15; 34 (tie), Uberty 12; 38, Mercer Island 10. Other local teams: 34, Eastside Catholic 14. Rnal round (KingCo wrestlers) 285: John Camp (Port Angales) p. Ryan Ransevage (Mount 6i), 0:38. Lecal rmmlts 103: first round, Ryan Markham (Camas) d. Dan Velasquez (Uberty), 15-7; consolation, Trevis Reano (Enumclew) p. Velasquez, 1:35. 112: first round, Keith Babington (East Valley- Spokane) d. C J. Danforth (Eastslde Catholic), 6-2; con- solation, Danforth d. Marcus Nichols (Everett), 6-2; Jared Bedingar (North Central) d. Danforth, 14-2. 125: first round, Tyler Wooding (Sumner) p. lan Smith (Eastaide Catholic), 4:41; Jericho Urmenita (Aub.- Mountalaview) d. Matt Walk (Liberty), 11-2; consolation, Kameron Sullivan (North lhurston) p. Smith, 1:31; Walk d. Jack ForTest (Everett), 9-5; Weik d. Brendon Rosodo (Chief Sealth), 7-4; Patrick Bansen Ofelm) p. Weik, 0:43; soventh-eighth place, Trent Morgan (Sedm-Woolley) d. Weik, 6-4. 130: first round, AJ. Hostak (Eastside Catholic) p. Jeremy Gurule (White River), 5:26; quarterfinals, Hostak p. Tony Gallardo (Capital), 4:22; semifinals, David Kaich (Franklin Pierce) d. Hcetak, 10-6; consolatJon,TJ. PerottJ (Asb.-Mountaieview) d. Hcetak, 8-2; fifth-sixth place, Hostak d. James Bradley Yelm), 5-3. 135: first round, Hamilton Noel (Uberty) d. Nolan Spires (Preide), 14-1; quarterfinals, Shaun Olivarez (Sunnysrde) d. Noel, 6-4; consolation, Kyle Young (Enumclaw) d. Noel, 7-3. 140: first round, Adam Raener (Port Angeles) p. Wdght Noel (Uberty), 2:40; consolation, Noel d. Baltazar Avalos (sennyside), 5-3; Ryan Makela (Mount Si) d. Noel, 10-2. 152: first round, Joey Salgado (Bonney Lake) d. Jay Chakrevarty (Uberty), 7-3; consolation, Emilio Bouvers (Yelm) p. Chakravarty, 1:15. 160: first round, Paul Cannell (Columbia River) d. Brendon Studer (Uberty), 11-6 (OT); consolation, Studer p. Josh Reining (Mount Rainier), 2:19; Tristan Greig (Ferndale) d. Studer, 18-5. 171: first round, Malcom Dike (Uberty) d. Laban Crook (Everett), 7-1; quarterfinals, Tyler Tangaman (Preide) d. Dike, 4-2; consolation, Billy Dempsey (O'Dea) d. Dike, 5-4. 215: first round, Quanah Bdggs (Union) d. Chris Hadin (Uberty), 12-3; consolation, Knstian Agemotuc (Aub.-Mountainview) d. Hedin, 4-2. Prep girls wrestling State Toumammt At Taooma Game Top 10 team: 1, 8edroWoolley 109.5; 2, Kelso 72; 3, Rogars-Puyallup 58; 4, Burlington-Edison 55; 5, Enumclew 54; 6, Fife 49; 7 (Ue), Kiona-Benton 48, Kentwood 48, Lakevrood 48; 10, Mourlt Baker 46. KingCo teams: 24 (tie), Skyline 24. final round (KingCo wrestlers) 140: Jolene Creek-Myers (Kentwood) p. Alexis Willcher (Skyline), 1:12. Prnllmlnexy rounds 140: first round, Willcher p. Maya Howard floss), 0:28; quarterfinals, Willcher p. Sarah Keltonic (Sequim), 0:17; semifinals, Wiilcber p. Teire Graham (Burfington- Edison), 4:48. Prep bs swimming 4A Stete Championships At long CountyAquatic Center Top 10 teams: 1, Kamiak 222; 2, Shorewood 206; 3, Gig Harbor 201; 4, Richland 176; 5, Inglemoor 154.50; 6, Garfield 149; 7. Marysville-Pilchuck 142; 8, South Kitsap 134; 9, Newport 100; 10, Snohomish 99. Other KingCo teams scoring: 15, Redmond 61; Roo- sevelt 5, lssaquah 3, 8kyline 3, Eastlake 2. Raab (includes KingCo finalists) 200 medley relay: 1, Kamiak (Daniel 8chmidt, Chns Lynch, Patrick Hunziker, Tyler Cardker), 1:38.56; 7, Ingle- moor (Kyle Bogusz, Michael Pestatter, Kyle Komledi, Craig Olyeyk), 1:41.19; prelims, 17, Eastlake (Will Baker, Zach Alleva, Jay Bennett, Brendan Hutchins), 1:48.04; 22, Skyline (Mitchell Corson, Alex Marber, David Jett, Mltch Kire), 1:50.25. 200 freestyle: 1, Bryan Michaels (Shorewood), 1:39.64; 5, Cad Majeeu (Garfield), 1:45.49. 200 indi- vidual medley: 1,Trever LeVallay (Marysville-Pilchuck), 1:55.02; 7, Reid Walker (Garfield), 1:59.82; prelims, 19, Alleva (Eastlake) 2:08.13; 20, Baker (Eastlake), 2:08.33. 50 freestyle: 1, Garren Riechel (shohomish), 21.14; 3, Mark Molnar (Newport), 21.52. Diving: 1, Max Klassen (Redmond), 452.90; prelims, Brendon Pomerey (Issaquah), 211.25. 100 freestyle: 1, Logan Goodman (Snohomish), 47.50; 2, Molnar (Newport), 47.58. 100 butterfly: 1, Cody Roberts (Richland), 47.81; 7, Komledi (Inglemoor) 53.27; prelims, 17, Baker (Eastlake) 57.03. 500 freestyle: 1, Michaels (Shorewood) 4:31.55; 8, R. Walker (Garfield), 4:56.06; 14, Alex Palumbe (Skyline), 4:57.74; prelims 19, Skyler Ketan (Issaquah), 5:10.49.200 freestyle relay: 1, Kamiak (sehmidt, Hun- ziker, lois Bratvold, Gus Brunner) 1:28.72; 3, Inglemoor (Bogusz, Peetetter, Luke Swenson, Olynyk) 1:30.20. 100 backstroke: 1, Roberts (Richland) 50.37; 2, Komlodi (Inglemoor) 52.78; 14, JackTayior (lssoquah), 58.62. 100 breaststroke: 1, Riechel (Snohomish), 54.49; 15, Alleva (EastJake), 1:03.28. 400 freestyle relay: 1, Kamiak (Hunziker, Cardker, Schmidt, Lynch), 3:13.82; 6, Newport (Molnar, Alex Doothitt, Oehlan Guo, 8ebestien Bury), 3:17.27. 3A State Champlonsldps At King CountyAqantlc Center TOp 10 teams: 1, Mercer Island 475; 2, Mount Rainier 208; 3, Seattle Prep 183; 4, Lakeside 155; 5, Peninsula 136; 6, Bainbddge 119; 7, Bellevue 116; 8, Eestside Catholic 111; 9, Hontord 85; 10, Lakes 81. Other KingCo teams: 14 (tie), Uberty 53; 21, Mount Si 23; 22, Semmamish 20. Rnals (includes KingCo, local swimmers) 200 medley relay: 1, Mercer Island (Alexander Heft, Andy Wingerson, Murray Longbetham, lan Fisk), 1:34.25; 5, Eastside Catholic (Ethan Hallewell, Spencer Morfiz, Tommy McCann, Jee Mahan), 1:41.60; prelims, 21, Ub- erty (Chris Kaulia, Kevin Hays, Alex Bell, Matt Johnson), 1:52.06. 200 freestyle: 1, Mac Lowry (Mount Rainier), 1:40.37; 2, Longhotham (MI), 1:40.38. 200 individual medley: 1, Owen Wurzba.cher (Lakeside), 1:50.26; 2, Heft (MI), 1:50.45; 6, Michael Rochford (SeattJe Prep), 1:59.14; 9, Chase Goulart (Mount Si), 2:01.36. 50 freestyle: 1, Hallowell (ES Cath.), 20.58; 5, Flsk (MI), 21.73; 15,Aostin Bdggs (Uberty), 22.79. Diving: 1, Beau Riebe (MI), 445.75; 15, Alex Klemetsen (Hazen), 248.20.100 butterfly: 1, Longbotham (MI), 50.82; 14, McCann (ES Cath.), 55.68.100 freestyle: 1, Hallewefl (ES Cath.), 45.26; 2, Fisk (MI), 46.23; prelims, A. Baggs (Uberty), 50.52. 500 freestyle: 1, Lowry (Mount Rainier), 4:36.98; 4, Logan Bdggs (Uberty), 4:46.83; 5, Goulart (Mount Si), 4:50.67. 200 fleesty]e relay: 1, Mercer Island (Kyle Schaeffer, Will Volt, Duncan Howard, Fisk), 1:27.71; 6, Eestside Catholic (Hallewell, Matt Leist, McCann, Montz), 1:31.43; 10, Uberty (A. Bdggs, Bell, Kaulia, L Bdggs), 1:32.76; 15, Hazen (Nathan Tat, Emoniel Isokharov, Tommy Truong, Corbin Kozai), 1:35.48. 100 backstroke: 1, Hoff (MI) 49.79; 4, Rochford (SP), 53.25; 7, L Bdggs (Uberty), 55.36. 100 breast- stroke: 1, Wurzbacher (Lakeside), 55.59; 2, Jimmy Del- panne (MI), 1:01.38; 5, Modtz (ES Cath.), 1:02.37; 8, Tat (Hazen), 1:02.86; 15, Edc Cadson (Hazon), 1:06.23. 400 freestyle relay: 1, Mercer Island (Heft, Long- bethare, Schaeffer, Tyler Benster), 3:06.71; 12, Uberty (A. Bdgge, Bali, Kaulia, L Bdgga), 3:27.43; prelims, 18, Hazen (Kiemetsen, lsakharov, Jake Johnson, Kozai), 3:37.74. Prep ewnnest/cs 4A Stere Chmpk,= At Tocema Dome Toare scores: 1, Woodieville 182.975; 2, Kantlake 173.025; 3, Puyallup 196.5; 4, Mead 163.775. ledbldual =Its M-around: 1, Kayia Shire (Kentlake) 38.050; 2, Harley Walls (Vinville) 37.850. Uneven pareliei bars: 1, Shire 9.575; prelims, 12, Olivia Goree (lssoquah) 8.65. Balance beam: 1 (tie), Shire 9.825,walls 9.825; prelims, 12, Risa Fukuda (lssoquah) 9.125; 19, Stepllonie Harms (ls- saquah) 8.8.Vault: 1,Whithey Sidor (Emerald Ridga) 9.45; 2, Kadn Ochsner (Woedinville) 9.425; prelims, 19, Goree 8.975. Roor exercise: 1, Shire 9.825; 2, Molly Michalck (Bnthell) 9.8; prelims, 14 (tie), Goree 9.35; 19, Fukuda 9.175. 3A State Champs Atlfi=mma Bame Toam scorn 1, Columbia River 169.150; 2, Auburn Mountainview 168.475; 3, Bainbfidga 168.350; 4, Mount Si 165.075. IndMdual results All-around: 1,Jessica Maglll (Preine) 38.250; 3, Geor- gia Reynolds (Mount Si) 37.375; 33 (tie), Danielle Kern- meter (Uberty) 32.575. Uneven parallel bars: 1, Magill 9.8; 4, Reynolds 9.425; prelims, 26 (tie), Kemmerer 7.55; 48 (tie), Ally Huberty (Uberty) 6.975, Becca Shure Rein- hart (Hazes) 6.975; 69 (tie), Miranda Jones (Uberty) 5.95; 81, Robin Lee (Hazes) 5.3. Balance beam: 1,Amy Siebethlaer (Careas) 9.65; 6, Reynolds 9.025; prelims, 39 (tie), Kemmerer 8.2; 59 (e), Joces 7.7; 64 (tie), Leslie Mikolabik (Hazen) 7.45; 77 (be),Aubrey Ross (Ub- e) 6.8; 84 (tie),  6.15. Root exercise: 1, Jennifer De- bellls (Columbia River) 9.725; 8, Kennedy Richmond (Mount Si) 9.15; prelims, 32 (tie), Jones 8.575; 50 (tie), Cortney Schirman (Uberty) 8.2; 52 (tie), Kemmemr 8.175; 67, Shum Relnhart 7.575; 77, Lee 7.25; 79 (tie), Mikelaizik 7.05. Vault: 1,Talsbe Duran (Hudson's Bay) 9.525; 10, Reynolds 8.5; prelims, 25 (tie), Kemmerer 8.65; 76 (tie), Lee 8.0; 80 (tie), Shure Reinhart 7.95, Schirman 7,95. Gymnasts FROM PAGE C1 Kentlake's Kayla Shira was the all- around champ, scoring a 38.05. This was Issaquah's first season competing in 4A, after years of being a powerhouse in 3A. "It was anybody's game. Being our first year in 4A, we didn't really know what to expect," Fleisher said. "We just came out and wanted to do well, and we did that." Fukuda ended up 24th in the all-around with 27.25 points, while Goree was right behind her at 26th with 26.975 points. They were each in the top 20 on the vault, as Goree was 19th with an 8.975 and Fukuda was 20th with an 8.95. Goree also placed 14th on the floor with a 9.35, while Fukuda took 19th in that event with a 9.175 Stephanie Harms had the other top-20 finish for Issaquah, taking 19th on the beam with a score of 8.8. Though the Eagles weren't able to get themselves into the mix for a team title this season, they finished the year as a team to watch for next season. That's because a slew of gymnasts -- including Goree and Fukuda-- are expected to return. "Risa and Olivia will both be back, so we should be pretty good," Fleisher said. "We'll just have to wait and see. You never know who is going to walk through the door at the beginning of the season." At the awards ceremony Feb. 21, it was announced that Liberty's Danielle Kemmerer and Issaquah's Kelly Richards were named to aca- demic all-state teams. Reach Reporter Ryan Piersol at 392-6434, ext. 246, or rpiersol@isspress.com. Comment on this story at www.issaquah- press, com. BY GREG FARRAR Cortney Schlrman, of Liberty, performs a somersaulting leap during her floor routine at the Tacoma Exhibition Hall, earning an 8.2 score for her performance. Swimmers: 'l didn't do my best times' FROM PAGE C1 nary time of 50.52 seconds. "I didn't do my best times, but I'm getting more consistent lately, which is cool," Austin Briggs said. Liberty's 200 freestyle relay (Austin Briggs, Alex Bell, Chris Kaulia and Logan Briggs) placed 10th at state, finishing in 1:32.76. Mercer Island won the event in 1:27.71. The 400 freestyle relay, consisting of the same swimmers, finished 12th, with a time 3:27.43. Mercer Island also won that event in 3:06.71. As the Spartaus' lone state swimmer, Skyline junior Alex Paktmbo finished 14th overall in the 500-yard freestyle event. This was his first time in the state meet, but he also swims as a member of a club team during the off-season. He said he was more or less satisfied with his perform- ante. "I gave it my all," Palumbo said. "I did well. It was solid for where I am in my (senior sectionals) sea- son." It being his first state meet ex- perience, ealumbo said he had a tough time get'ring the prerace jit- ters out before prelims Feb. 20. "It was intense. I was really, re- ally nervous for prelims," he said. "Then, for finals, I tried to relax "1 did better than I thought. I wasn't running to the warm- up tank, but it was kind of like that - warm-up tank, swim; warm-up tank, swim; warm-up tank, swim. I thought it was pretty fun. It was a challenge, too." - Logan Briggs Liberty High School freshman more and to have a better race." Even though he's content with his 2009 season, ealumbo said he plans to approach state differently next year. His goal is to qualify for more events than just the 500- freestyle, such as the 200-yard freestyle. "I'll probably do the 500-free at the first meet, and my goal is for the rest of the season to get every district time I can," he said. "I want to swim the 200-free, (which is) my goal for a second state cut." Issaquah's Jack Taylor placed 14th in the 100-yard backstroke with a time of 58.63 seconds. KingCo Athletics recently re- leased the 2008-2009 KingCo 4A scholar athletes and three Is- saquah-area swimmers made the list. Issaquah's Nathan Balkman maintained a 3.861 grade point average and Skyline's Rogers Feng had a 3.968. Skyline's Chasen Simpson maintained a 3.76. Stu- dents with a 3.75 or higher are el- igihle for the honor. Reach Reporter Christopher Huber at 392- 6434, exL 242, or chuber@isspress.com. Comment on this story at www.issaquah- press.com.