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]] C~ WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2009 THE ISSAQUAH PRESS Sammamish 27, Chief Sealth 0 Bellevue 62, Ead Marriott, B.C., 0 Interlake 57, Hazen 25 SKYUNE 17, JESUIT O Jesuit 0 0 0 0 - 0 Skyline 0 7 10 0 - 17 Second Quarter Sky - Cooper Palluer 6 pass from Jake Heaps (Sean Penberthy kick) Third Quarter Sky - Jordon Simone 4 pass from Heaps (Penberthy kick) Sky - Penberthy 21 field goal BOIHELL 86, ISSAQUAH i4 Bothell 20 9 7 0 - 36 Issequah 0 7 7 0 - 14 Eastlake at Sammamish ~!~;~,~,;~,~ ~ Keatlake at Roosevelt ~:-'-" J~ ~,~'~,~ Newport at Federal Way i.~:; ~'~ OLYMPIC 24, EASTSIDE CAIHOUC 10 Eastside Cath. 0 10 0 0 - 10 Olympic 12 6 0 6 - 24 Rest Quarter Oly - Larry Dixon 7 ran (kick failed) Oly - Dixon 52 ran (kick failed) Second Quarter EC - Luke Nelson 33 pass from Connor McCormick (Danny Omilek kick) Oly - Dixon 7 run (kick failed) EC - Omilek 37 field goal Fourth Quarter Oly - Dixon 32 ran (kick failed) Prep girls soccer KingCo Conference Sept. 4 nonluague game Seattle Prep 1, Roosevelt 0 Sept. 9 nonluagua game Sammamish at Bothell Sept. 10 nonlual~ua pines Uberty at Newport Bellevue at Skyline Eatonville at Intedake Eastlake at Mount Si Sept. 12 noniuagua games Issequah at Sammaroish Uberty vs. Eastlake (Mercer Island) Skyline vs. Mount Si (Sammamish) Interlake at Sou$ Whidbey Garfield vs. Bellevue (Mercer Island) Prep voll ball KingCo Conference Sept. 10 matches Curtis at Issaquah Mercer Island at Skyline Mount Si at Bothell Bollard at Bellevue ,iuanita at Io~emoor Uberty at Lake Washington L, BEm ss, o Prep boys golf : : :- Ballard o o o o - o Klngco Conference Uberty 3 21 14 0 - 38 Prep football .,= QUa,t*r n,= QUa 9 Mat s Both - Luke eroulx 22 run (ran failed) Lib - Dean Byron 25 field goal Juanlta at Bellevue (Ovedake GC) J~ldt Sports 4A Klngee Conference Both - ,iohn Sullivan 15 pass from Mitchell Muller Second Quarter Garfield at Liberty (Maplewood GC) CREST DMSION (jon Mercer kick) Ub - Chandler Jenkins 26 run (Byron kick) Interlake at Skyline (Plateau GC) ~.saqush AIpslrraHs Club League Season PF PA Both - Bobby Gagnon fumble recovery in end zone Ub - .lake Bainton 14 pass from Trey Wheeler (Byron Sept. 10 Match k ~ 12, 9 a.m., Cougar Mounte n W-L W-L (Mercer kick) kick) Issoquah at Eastlake (Sahalee) Skyline 0-0 1-0 17 0 Second Quarter Lib - Bainton 52 punt return (Byron kick) Easfiake 0-0 1-0 37 7 Both - Evan Hudson 3 pass from Muller (kick failed) Third Quarter RU~ Garfield 0-0 1-0 12 0 Both - Reggle Davis 45 field goal Ub - Jenkins 1 pass fTom Wheeler (Byron kick) Issaquah 0-0 0-1 14 36 Iss - Evan Petersen 6 pass from R,jan Borgman Ub - Baiaton 4 pass from Wheeler (Byron kick) N,ttastle 51{ Newport 0-0 0-1 21 42 (Gavin Schumaker kick) Ovsrall results: 1, Eric Bice 16:23; 2, Michael Smith Redmond O-O 0-1 13 47 Third Quarter Metre League 16:51; 3, Brett Kapels 16:59; 4, Josiah Sherwood 17:42; CROWN DMSION Both - Dylan McKey 1 run (Spencer Buescher kick) Sept. S Game 5,Andy Bdnker 18:03; 6, Matt Theedoros 18:31; 7. Greg Bathe, 0-0 1-0 36 14 Iss - Peterson 14 pass from Bergman (Schumaker Olympic 24, Eastside Catholic 10 Waters 18:43; 8, Paul Melrose 18:53; 9, .I.D. Klingman Woodinville 0-0 1-0 42 21 kick) 19:10; 10, Neal Palls 19:31; 11, Jeff Hansen 19:44; 12, Inglemoor 0-0 0-1 17 24 Brian Faulkner 20:14; 13, Marshall Melrose 20:22: 14, Lake Wash. 0-0 0-1 7 14 F.~KE 37, MOUNT Sl 7 David Tallent 20:44; 15, Danny Lau 20:50; 16, Dave Roosevelt 0-0 0-1 0 14 MountSi7 000-7 Parsens 20:51;17, paul Casey 20:54;18, Avery Gorter Ballard 0-0 0-1 0 38 Eastlake 7 21 9 0 - 37 20:56; 19, Steve ]~urin 21:01; 20, Peter Delbrueck Sept. 10 Games first Quarter 21:02; 21, lan Pmppemau 21:08; 22, Gaylene Donner Skyline at Ballard (Memorial Stadium) MS - Matthew Benkston 1 run (Cameron Van Winkle 21:11; 23, Seng-Lai Tan 21:17; 24, Tyler Free 21:19; 25, Inglemoor at Garfield kick) Stephen Husen 21:19; 26, David Hirsshey 21:30; 27. Sept. 11 Games East - Sam Olmstead 76 pass from Kelby McCorkle Satoshi Akai 21:31; 28, Craig Runnels 21:37: 29, Molly Uberty at Woedinville (Devon DaAIteris kick) Hurd 21:40; 30, Bdan Benn 21:42; 31, Michelle Lake Washington at Eastlake Second Quarter Cunnin~am 22:00; 32, Scott McClaye 22:05; 33. Ben Sammamish at Roosevelt East - Cameron Hunt 43 run (DaAlteris kick) Robaidek 22:10; 34, Aaron Sjoholro 22:10: 35. Ben Issaquah at Mount Si East - Michael Maguire 20 intemeption ran Robaidek 22:19; 36, Lowell Smith 22:26; 37. Kal Juanita at Redmond (DaAIteris kick) MacGregor 22:27; 38, Giormen Goldhagon 22:35: 39. Newport at Mercer Island East - Mccarkie 32 run (DaAiteris kick) Wayne Pietz 22:40; 40, Edc Tuazon 22:42; 41, Rachel Sept. 12 Games Third Quarter Tanev 22:52; 42, Jason Young 22:54; 43, Kate Gratzer Bothell at O'Dea East - safety 22:50; 44, JeffTsou 23:07; 45, Paul Dingor 23:10; 46, Sept. 4 Games East - Kyle Lappano 20 pass from McCorkle Kathie Runnels 23:10; 47, Debbie Newel123:16; 48, Juanlta 24, Inglemoor 17 (DaAIteris kick) Donoval Jede123:18; 49, George Weiss 23:24; 50, Woodinville 42, Newport 21 Richard Shryack 23:26; 51, Matl~ew Camrad 23:28; 52, Uberty 38, Ballard 0 3A/2A Klngco Conference Michael Falazzo 23:29; 53, David Garner 23:40; 54, Vu Prosser 47, Redmond 13 League SeasonPIFPA Nguyen 23:41; 55, Graham Lesso 23:44; 56, English Eastlake 37, Mount Si 7 W-L W-L Cartier 23:50; 57, Mike Frederick 23:52; 58, Jason Olson Mercer Island 14, Lake Washington 7 Bellevue0-0 1-0 62 0 23:58; 59, Derek Gefroh 24:04; 60, Edn Marcke124:07; Sept. S Games Uberty 0-0 14:) 38 0 61, Hunter Good 24:10; 62, Chdsti Olsen 24:13: 63, Bothel136, Issaquah 14 Interlake 0-0 1-0 57 25 Trina Sooy 24:16; 64,Tedd Hanson 24:21; 65, Matthew Skyline 17, Jesuit, Ore., 0 Samroamish 0-0 1-0 27 0 Hood 24:22; 66, Shidey Fung 24:23; 67, Dennis Chin Garfield 12, Franklin 0 ,iuanita0-0 1-0 24 17 24:23; 68, Debbie Potta 24:27; 69, James Vair 24:33; Rainier Beach 14, Roosevelt 0 Mercer Island 0-0 1-0 14 7 70, Jackie Mansen 24:34; 71, John Hammerly 24:37: Mount Si 0-0 0-1 7 37 72, Taylor Cowles 24:57; 73, Andrew Wilmott 25:03; 74, ,Sept. 11 Games Shelley Watkins 25:07; 75, Bob Baugher 25:10; 76, Uberty at Woodinville Marian Kolze125:17; 77, Seen Leose 25:20; 78, Sierra Sammamish at Roosevelt Docken 25:28; 79, Debbie Lentz 25:37; 80, Cad Issaquah at Mount Si Schindler 25:38. ,iuanita at Redmond Top 10 male flnl~ 1, Edc Bice 16:23; 2, Michael Newport at Mercer Island Smith 16:51; 3, Brett Kapels 16:59; 4, Josiah Sherwood Intedake at Yelm 17:42; 5, Andy Blinker 18:03; 6, Matt Theedoros 18:31; Bellevue at Katy, Tex~ 7, Greg Waters 18:43; 8, Paul Melrose 18:53; 9, J.D. Sept. 4 Games Klingman 19:10; 10, Neal PoUs 19:31. Juanita 24, Inglemoor 17 Top 10 female flnlshen: 1, Gaylene Donner 21:11: Uberty 38, Bellard 0 2, Molly Hurd 21:40; 3, Michelle Cunningham 22:00; 4, Mercer island 14, Lake Washington 7 Rachel Tanev 22:52; 5, Kate Grstzer 22:59; 6, Kathie Eastlake 37, Mount Si 7 Runnels 23:10; 7, Debbie Newel123:16: 8. Erin Marckel Intedake at Hazen 24:07; 9, Christi Olson 24:13; lO,Tfina Soey 24:16. girls, Fades 3-8. Call 206-683-4050. Tournament -=,Seal 26, 8 a.m.-9 p.m., FallTip-~Toumament for ages 9- gain. Call 882-3435 Middle School, program for boys and girls, ~e Bicycle Club grades 6-11. Go to www.issaquahyouth- Sept. 10, 6:45 p.m., Eastside Tour. 20- lacrosse.com. 3 mi m M Cross cou~ 0 les fig aryrooor Pa~ ~nls courts in Redmond. Call 392-1347 _. I, Weekly workouts - Sept. 14, 5-6 p.m., BaskatbaH programs for older youth. Call 837-3300. ~ Issaquah Parks has a vadaty of basket- Rm~ng bali programs foradults including~e i~ InSfZuction - Sept. 15-Nov. 10, noontime hoops from noon to 2 p.m. Washin~ Fencing Academy holds class- Monday, Wednesday and Fdday at es for youngsters 8-12 in a vadaty of skills and Thursday, and 8:30-10:30 a.m. Saturday at Issaquah Commun~ Center. ' There iS an open gym Tuesday, 8-9 p.m. Boys golf league for 35-and. -up, at Issaq uah Newport (Newcastle GC) Redmond at Community Cent~ Call 837-334t. Issaquah (Seoqua m e Fal GC), Uberty at Rumbg Mount Si; Sept. 16, 3 p,m., Uberty at ~, Marathon - ~ I3, 8 a,m., Iron Girl Skyline (Plateau Club), Issaquah Seattle Women's 1OK and 5K at Green Samm8mish ~Beltevue Municipal GC). Lake Park.~ll 813-868-5940 orgo to Boys tennis - maw.itooght.oom or www.racecenter.com. I~ S~ 10, 3:30 p.m., Batlard at 1, 5k-Sept. 27, norm, Eastside Catholic Issaquah (Tibbetts Park),Skyline at School's second annual Bamba Dash 5K Ingtemoor; SepL 15, 3:30 p,m., run/walk, Check in at It a.m.The run Sammamish at Skyline; Issaquah at begins and ends atthe Eastside Catholic Uborty; Sept. 1L 3:30 p.m.,Skyline at campus:~ceeds benefit Eastside Intedake; Redmond at Issaquah (Tibbetts Catholic sister schools in Kenya. Park), Uberty at Newport. Girls soccer the 9 FROM PAGE C1 game. "I think the excitement got the best of them in the beginning of the first half." That eagerness hindered the Spartan offense in the form of dropped passes and missed oppor- tunities. "Every first game everybody's trying to shake off the cobwebs," said quarterback Jake Heaps. "You finally get a chance to hit some- body else. Like coach said, we were all jacked up for the game and that's where errors occur." But the defense put that energy to good use, holding the Jesuit of- lense to minus-11 yards rushing in the first two quarters. "We take a lot of pride in that. We've been working for those shutouts for a long time. It's all about keeping the goose egg," said senior middle linebacker Anthony DeMatteo. "I think this defense is legit and it's ready to go." DeMatteo and senior defensive end Cooper eelleur each played a huge role in containing the Cru- saders, eelleur sacked Jesuit's first-year starting quarterback Jeff Elorriaga twice in the first haft. "My objective of the game is to get pressure on the quarterback and wreak havoc back there," said eelleur. "I think as a full defensive line we accomplished that tonight and disrupted things back there." Skyline defenders Kasen Williams quarter Sept. 5 at Qwest Field. (3) and Connor Cree (35) drag down BY CHRISTOPHER HUBER Jesuit running back Keanon Lowe in the first Pelleur, playing on the offensive side, scored Skyline's lone touch- down in the first haft. It came on a wacky 6-yard toss from a scram- bling Heaps just over a minute into the second quarter. The pass looked like desperate, last-ditch throw, but Heaps said he saw a hand and aimed. "I was rolling out and I got pres- sure and I got spun around the first time and luckily I saw the hand open up in the end zone. And luckily I was accurate enough to get it in there." Skyline led 7-0 at the haft. The offense finally hit a rhythm in the second half. Heaps com- pleted passes to seven different re- ceivers in the second haft, including a 39-yard pass play to a leaping Miles Edwards at the 1-yard-line. A penalty and a few plays later, Heaps connected with receiver Jordan Simone in the right corner of the end zone to make it 14-0. "Really great players make re- ally great plays," Jesuit head coach Ken Potter said of Edwards' catch in the face of a defender. He said Skyline was able to limit Jesuit's offense so well because the Spartan defense got off the ball better up front and forced them off the field quickly each possession. "I thought, defensively, they just did a tremendous job of flying to the football; taking away the things we like to do," Potter said. "Tonight, we were stymied on offense, and so our defense was on the field a lot. And when your defense is on the field that much against a really good team, they're going to take advan- tage of your defense." Skyline kicker Sean Penberthy capped things off with a 21-yard field goal in the third. Heaps finished 18 of 33 with 152 yards passing. Running back Nick Washburn rushed for 71 yards on 11 carries. Reporter Christopher Huber can be reached at 392-6434, ext. 242, or chu- ber@isspress.com. Comment on this story at www.sammamishreview, com. FROM PAGE C1 said, making fight of the work players and coaches have ahead of them. "We have a lot of guys that were very kind of wide-eyed and a little shell-shocked right out of the gate." It took Bothell running up a 29- point lead before Issaquah man- aged to kick it in gear on offense. During the first 18 minutes of reg- ulation, the Cougar offense plunged through the Eagle defense for two touchdown passes and a 45-yard field goal. "We had a tough time pass blocking them and we need to be a lot more physical up front if we're going to be successful," Bennett said. Bothell's defense even recovered a Berginan fumble in the end zone at the end of the first quarter. But at the midway point of the second quarter, when Issaquah had every reason to lose hope, it managed to string together a 16- play, 84-yard touchdown run. Bergman connected with four re- ceivers as Issaquah took nearly six minutes to run the field. They got on the board on a six-yard touch- down pass from Bergman to Evan Peterson. "That' kid's going to get nothing but better," Bothell coach Tom Bainter said of Bergman. "And I think we saw that in the game. He calmed down, he made some great reads, he had great poise in the pocket and he stepped up at times and he completed some big passes. That's a good football team over there." Although the Bothell defense dominated throughout the game, at times Issaquah seemed to hold it at bay. The Eagles settled down in the second half and put together a 62- and a 55-yard drive to test the will of Bothell. Issaquah's only other touchdown came late in the third, after recovering a Bothell fumble at the Cougar 18. Bergman hooked up with Peter- son for a 14-yard touchdown pass to the right corner of the end zone. The Eagles (now 0-1) finished with 269 yards total offense. "We'll grow a lot from this/Ben- nett said. "It's not, obviously, the outcome we wanted ... but we'll be a better team for it and we have some guys that grew up a little bit tonight. And we'll take those expe- riences on to next week." Reporter Christopher Huber can be reached at 392-6434, ext. 242, or chu- ber@isspress.com. Comment on this story at www.issaquahpress.com. FROM PAGE C1 first-quarter lead. The Patriots, who had some early adversity, broke open the game in the second quarter with three touchdowns. Jenkins bolted 26 yards for the Patriots' first touchdown. Then Wheeler connected with Bainton on a 14-yard scoring aerial. Bain- ton capped the first haft scoring when he ran back a punt 52 yards for a touchdown. Bainton not only showed his speed on the return but strength as he ran over Bal- lard players before breaking into the clear. In the third quarter, Wheeler hit Jenkins on a 1-yard touchdown pass before connecting again with Bainton on a 4-yard score. "It was a good start for us. We did some things pretty well. We played decent defense. There were also some things that we need to do better," Valach said. The game was a tune up for the Patriots, who meet a stronger opponent in Woodinville Sept. 11 in Bothell's Pop Keeney Stadium. Bob Taylor: 392-6434, ext. 236, or bobtay- lor@isspress.com. Comment at www. issaquahpress, com High), 3 p.m., Issaquah at Semmamish; 5 I~ Tryouts -The IEsaquah Dregans are mak- p,m., Eastlake at Uberty (Mercer Island Gibsonml~ol.com or Mike Kerr at Semmaretsh. mkeiT120@comcast-net ... ~ 20,9 a.m., Girls mimmbg Spartan Basebafl Club's Sandy Ko~ 13U I~ Sept. 10, 3:30 p.m., S~ine at Uberty team holds byouts at~cifi Cascade (Boehm Pool); Sept- 12, noon, Skyline at Freshman Campus. call 391-921L Intortake (Mary ~ Pool), lssaquah at Basketl~ll . Sammam~h (Mary Wayte Pool), Uberty at II, Tryouts - Sept. 13-15, Skyline Gtds Redmond (Redmond Pool);sept. 15, 3:30 select basketball program holds tryouts for p.m,, lss8quah ~ Liberty (Boehm Pool); itS fifth, sixth, seventh and ei~ grade Sept. 17, 3 ~0 p.m,,'Sammamlsh at teams for the 200940 season.~ are Skyline (Boehm Pool). open to allgirls residing In the Sky~ne Cress ceu~ High SchoOl a~dance area.The program I~ Sept. 10, 4 p.m., ~ne, Uberty at holds b3mut clinics AUI o to I~ngCo Jamboree at Lake Sammamish www. .. Issaquah State Park; Issaquah at 4A lCangCo Girls ~ Baskethatt Program hold try ...................... outs ~ 13-15 for its ~ grade, sixth p.m., Skytine, Liberty, Sammamish at grade, seventh and eighth grade teams at Redmond; issaquab, Mercer Island at p.m.; ~grade~ 4~30-5:30 p,m.; and I~ S~ 10, 7 p.m., Bellevue at Uberty. and eighth ~eteam, 5:30~:30 Curds at Issaquah (PCFC Gym), ~ne at p.m. Sept. 14 a~ 15 tryouts for the fifth Olympia; Sept. 14, 7 p.m, Bishop are 5:30-6"30 p.m., ~ ~ade,Blanchat at Skyline; Sept. 15, 7 p.m, tion, e-mai[ Scott Foreman at issaquahse- lecl~jrmil,oom,orcolt401-8648, b Sept- 10, 7 p.m., Sk~ne at Ballard 1~ Camp, Oct lO-Nov. 7,11-1 p.m. (Memorial Stadium); SePt. 11.7 p.m., Saturdays, Sheryl Swonpes Camp at Issaquah at Mount Si. Uberty at lssaquah ~muntty Center for boys and Wondinville (Pop'Kee~ey Stadium). Skyline grad wins burney Hildahl, a senior at the Univer- sity of Oregon, by two strokes. Cathy Kim, a former Skyline Kim ended with a two-day total High School and Western Wash- of 5-under-par 139. She shot a ington University golf standout, 69 the first day. Kim and Hildahl won the PNGA Women's Ama- were the only players to break teur Public Links Tournament par both days. Aug. 30 at the Trysting Tree Golf Brittany Tallman, a former Course in Corvallis, Ore. two-time 3A state champion for Kim finished with a 2-under- Issaquah High School, tied for par 70 on the final round to de- sixth place with a 75-73-148 to- feat defending champion Katie tal. FROM PAGE C1 The more-than-usual practice and camp experience helped many of those newcomers and inexperienced returnees develop for what promises to be another action-packed season in KingCo 4A. "There was really good partici- pation by especially the younger players this summer," Peterson said during practice Aug. 27. "A lot of younger girls got a lot of chances to play, which is good." Among the seven returning players from last year's team, sophomore Maddie Magee will provide much-needed height and agility at the outside hitter posi- tion. As a freshman in 2008, Magee earned a spot on the first team All-KingCo. Seniors Olivia Marquardt (out- side hitter), Amy Ziegler (middle and opposite hitter) and Megan Clark (setter) will bring some ex- perience to the fierce competi- tion this season. Peterson said he has yet to see whether any of Skyline's younger players will rise up early in the season, but they'll have plenty of chances to prove themselves in the grueling pre-season schedule. "We'll hopefully be a team like we've always been, where we pass the ball pretty well. We play really strong defense," Peterson said. "We just want to be a solid all around team." Patdots have top players returning Liberty posted just a 1-11 record in 3A/2A KingCo competi- tion last season, but the Patriots had some skilled players. Among the top returning Patri- ots for coach Shawn Gordon is senior outside hitter Chelan Si- monds, who earned all-league, first-team honors last year. Si- monds exhibited all-aronnd skills, ranking among the league leaders in several categories. Junior Danni Sjolander, a 6- foot junior, is also back up front for the Patriots. She earned all- league honorable mention hon- ors last season. Other returning players in- clude Haley Johnson, Jocelyn McNeil, Kimmy Scavotto, Trisha Terry, Sammie Walsh and Cort- ney Schirman. McNeil ranked seventh in the league in digs and Schirman was second in stuffed blocks.