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IIUlmmHIIUUH|JIIIIIIIUlH I IllltUUllll$lllUI113IIIIIINIIAN$1IIIIIIIIEIII| Flt! t I,I.EI!IIIIILImUU]IUI!!IliZIlH IIIL; b J I1 ! ji , dLil i! li:fU I IL II3tllJnlLIlIIImlIIm THE ISSAQUAH PRESS WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 2009 C3 BaseDall: Lakeside- Skyline also wins FROM PAGE C1 Miller had three hits and three RBIs. Josh Chinn contributed two hits. Winning pitcher Jimmy Sina- tro had eight strikeouts. Lakeside walloped Bellingham 12-2 in the July 25 third round to earn its berth to state. Lakeside scored 10 runs in the fourth in- ning to break open a scoreless contest. Gilchrist had three hits and four RBIs to lead Lakeside. Woodinville cooled off Lakeside 6-3 July 26. Gilchrist, Ethan Kalin and Sinatro each had two hits. In other tournament action, Lakeside-Skyline won its first two games in the Junior AA state tour- nament in Spokane. Lakeside-Sky- line topped Ferris, of Spokane, 7- 1 July 25 and defeated Graham- Kapowsin 10-4 July 26. Reach Reporter Christopher Huber at 392- 6434, ext. 242, or chuber@isspress.com. Bob Taylor contributed to the report. Comment on this story at www.issaquahpress.com. Colts FROM PAGE C1 the team to beat. They beat us three times out of four during the regular season," Thompson said. But Five Star showed it was a team to be reckoned with by beat- ing Enumclaw 4-2, the Kirkland All-Stars 11-1 and Lake Sam- mamish Baseball 18-1 en route to the title round. In the first game for the rifle, Enuraclaw won 9-1, but Five Star took the champi- onship by winning the second game 7-1. "We're peaking right now. We're playing pretty sound de- fense, getting some good hitting and some pretty good pitching," Thompson said. We plan on giving those California teams a run for their money." The team is Jordan Thompson, Ryan Maio, Ahren Stroming, Miles Bruck, Scott Zerda, Braden Bouw- man and Harrison Diemert, of Liberty; Kyle Leady, Travis John- son and Ramon Leon, of Hazen High School; and Kevin Nye and Mike Baba, of Issaquah High School. "It's a pretty special group. Most of the players are good friends. We even have a couple of guys who didn't play high-school ball in the spring. They just wanted to be with their friends this summer," Thompson said. "I think the kids will remember this summer for a long time, especially ff they win the Zone." Superb rned ca services conven'ent ocated on the Samrnam'sh P ateau! Sudoku Solution 816925374 375814296 429376158 138592467 547683912 962147583 293761845 684259731 751438629 2Z F c Surprise your friends with a happy ad Happy Birthday! Happy Anniversary! Congratulations! 1 "x4" AD $39.00 ISSAQUAH PRESS 425-392-6434 Celebrating with you since 1900! Swim team member00, take first places at senior open The Issaquah Swim Team had several members who captured first places at the recent Washing- ton Games Age Group Senior Open meet in Seattle. Ben Allen, competing in the boys 13-14 division, was one of Issaquah Swim Team's big win- ners. He took first places in the 200 individual medley, 400 indi- vidual medley, 400 freestyle, and tied teammate Austin Melody for first place in the 200 breast- stroke. Allen also had second places in the 100 breaststroke and 200 but- terfly. Melody beat Allen to win the 100 breaststroke. Gentry Gevers, competing in the boys 15-and-over division, took first place in the 200 butterfly. Jacob Leahy was another big winner. He competed in the boys 9-10 division and the 10-and-un- der division. In the 9-10 division, he won the 50 freestyle and the 50 butterfly. In the 10-and-under division, he captured the 100 freestyle, the 100 backstroke and the 100 butterfly. Ryan Kinnear, also competing in the same divisions, won the 9- 10 50 backstroke, and captured the 10-and-under 200 individual medley. Leahy and Kinnear also swam as members of the first- place Issaquah Swim Team 10- and-under 200 medley relay. Johnathan Cassady and Brandon Leu were other members of the relay. Matthew Leahy, competing in the boys 8-and-under division, won the 50 butterfly. In the girls competition, Elise Tinseth, competing in the 15-and- over division, won the 100 back- stroke. Tinseth also took second in the 50 freestyle and 100 freestyle. Jessie Dart and Caiflin Duffner, also competing in the 15- and-over division, took first places. Dart won the 100 breast- stroke and Duffner took the 200 butterfly. Linnea Uyenno, an Issaquah resident who swims for the King Swim Team, took first place in the girls 11-12 50 breaststroke and was second in the 100 breast- stroke. In the girls 13-14 division, Maria Volodkevich and Andi Scarcello had second places. Volodkevich was runnerup in the 100 breaststroke and Scarcello was second in the 200 breast- stroke. Mldlakes champions Several Issaquah Swim Team members, who also compete with summer club teams, had winning efforts at the Midlakes League Championships. In the senior championships, Tinseth, swimming for the Edge- brook Swimming Club, won the girls 13-14 200 freestyle. She also took second in the 100 individual medley. Cassie Burgess, an Is- saquah Swim Team member who also swims for Edgebrook, won the 100 freestyle with Kennedi Norris, also of the Issaquah Swim Team and Edgebrook, who took second. Molly Herman, an Issaquah High School swimmer who com- peted for Edgebrook this summer, won the girls 15-and-over 200 freestyle. Meghan O'Keefe, a Sky- line High School swimmer who competed for Edgebrook, took second in the 100 individual med- ley. In the boys 13-14 champi- onships, Allen, swimming for Edgebrook, won the 200 freestyle. He also swam as a member of the first-place Edgebrook 200 medley relay team. Melody, who swims for the Plateau Swimming Club, took second in the 100 individual medley. In the boys 15-and-over cham- pionships, Logan Briggs, a Liberty High School swimmer who com- petes for the Maple Hills Swim- ming Team in summer, took sec- We know you best, because we are a lot like you... Issaquah Insurance Agency Represenng www.issylnsurance ,com PEMCO phoe: 425"392"7887 ] insurance 22525 SE 64th Place Patrick 5hock[ey, : ........... ................... : Community Agent Since 1977 ond in the 200 freestyle. In the Midlakes junior champi- onships, William eaxton, of the Is- saquah Swim Team and Edge- brook, won the boys 8-and-under 25 butterfly and anchored the winning 100 freestyle relay. Jacob Leahy, who competes for the Plateau Swim Team, won the boys 9-10 25 butterfly. Leahy also took first place in the boys 10- and-under 100 individual medley. Johnathan Cassady, of the Is- saquah Team and Edgebrook, captured the 9-10 50 breast- stroke. In the boys 11-12, Nick Klatt, of Maple Hills, took first place in the 50 backstroke and 100 freestyle. Elliott Schwinn, of Plateau, placed second in the 100 individual med- ley and Ben Nussbaum, of New- port Hills, was second in the freestyle. In the junior girls champi- onships, Gracie Luehmann, of Is- saquah Swim Team and the Plateau Team, took first place in the 8-and-under 25 freestyle and 25 butterfly. Her older sister So- phie took first place in the 9-10 100 freestyle. Arsenal wins cup The Issaquah Arsenal won the 14-under division at the Kent Cornucopia Cup July 10-12. The Arsenal defeated the UPSC Thunder, of Tacoma, 2- 1 in the title game. Prior to the championship contest, the Arsenal defeated the Mount Rainier Futbol Club Premier Viper 2-1; lost to the Maple Valley Premier Vikings 1-0; beat the Bellevue Vikings 3-0; and blasted the South County White, of Kent, 7-0. 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