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THE ISSAQUAH PRESS WEDNESDAY) OCTOBER 7) 2009 C3 .S SocceF .S es Press staff report SOC CER ROUND UP two assists to spark Skyline to its victory against Roosevelt. Emily The Skyline and Issaquah high Anderson, Christ and Madi Bar- school girls soccer teams began ney scored the other Skyline this week locked in a first-place three first-half goals to take a goals. tie in the 4A KingCo Conference commanding lead. Skyline and Issaquah are 4-0 in standings. That won't be the case Stoll, off an assist by Kelsey league play. after Oct. 8, when the rivals meet Ford scored the first goal at 23 at 7 p.m. at Skyline. minutes. Margaret Rauch followed I/lfaty far LIl~tty girls soccer Last week, both teams won with an unassisted goal at 35 min- The Liberty girls soccer team twice, utes to put Issaquah ahead for entered the win column Oct 1, Skyline defeated host Ballard 1- good. Then, just before halftime, when the Patriots defeated the 0 while Issaquah whipped host Stoll, assisted by Dayna Talley, host Interlake Saints 3-1 in a Lake Washington 4-1 Sept. 29. scored her second goal. Stoll's fi- 3A/2A KingCo Conference contest. Maddie Christ's goal at 28:14 nal goal, assisted by Ford, came Kiana Hafferty, Cassidy Nangle gave Skyline its victory against last in the second half. and Mollie Cook scored goals for Ballard. Christ was assisted on the On Oct. 1, Issaquah defeated Liberty. Shawna Lindberg assisted goal by Anna Morgan. Goalkeep- Redmond 4-2 while Skyline on the goals by Hafferty and Nan- ers Jill Stika and Christina Vargas downed Roosevelt 4-1. gle. shared the shutout for the Spar- Rauch scored two goals in Is- Nangle's goal at the 43rd tans. saquah's victory. Stoll and Alyssa minute put Liberty ahead for Lindsay Stoll had a hat trick for Eglund tallied the other Issaquah good. Cook's goal, assisted by Issaquah in its victory against goals. Stoll's unassisted goal at the Treva LeRoy at the 58th minute, Lake Washington. The Eagles 51st minute kept Issaquah in the iced the victory for the Patriots. spotted Lake Washington an early lead for good. Liberty's league record went to 1-0 lead, and then exploded for Anna Morgan had a goal and 1-2-2. FROM PAGE C1 Eastlake head coach. Penalties, over-thrown balls and missed opportunities kept the game close after Issaquah took the opening drive 79 yards for the first score. Junior running back Taylor Wyman, filling in for injured sen- ior running back Grant Gellatly, had racked up 56 yards rushing on the opening drive before pow- ering in for a 2-yard score. Issaquah had to battle for its points the whole game. Four sepa- rate drives took the Eagles deep into the Wolves' territory, but Is- saquah was unable to convert each time. "They were bringing the house at us," Bennett said. "We never felt we were out of the game. We had a lot of yards, but not very many points." Issaquah'~ defense stepped up to keep Eastlake out of the end zone late in the first quarter. Wyman fumbled the ball at his own 23- took a sack for a 10-yard loss. yard line and the Wolves recov- Two plays later, he connected Pred. But Eastlake found itself with junior wide receiver Evan Pc- with a fourth-and-goal from the 3- terson on a 14-yard pass to con- yard line and couldn't punch it in, vert what would have been a turning the ball over on downs,game-deciding fourth down. Peter- Eastlake's first score came in the son would keep the drive alive a second quarter. Eastlake senior few plays later, drawing a pass in- running back Cameron Hunt, who terference penalty, then catching a finished with 147 yards on 14 car- quick 8-yard pass from Bergman rips, sprinted down the visitor to give Issaquah a first and goal. sideline for a quick 57-yard touch- Wyman then scored on a 2-yard down. After breaking through, dive to give the Eagles the final Hunt's speed helped him elude lead of the game. He finished the several Issaquah defenders, game with 127 yards rushing on Both teams knew how important 29 carries. the game was well before kickoff. "This was our season. We had to Following Eastlake's loss to Red- win this game," eeterson said. "It mond, this game became a must- was absolutely awesome." win in order to make the playoffs. Issaquah improved to 2-0 in "We knew the importance of this league and 3-2 overall with the game," Dales said. "I feel bad, be- victory. Issaquah travels to face cause they gave it all they had." Redmond (1-1, 1-4) Oct. 9. Issaquah overcame several Meanwhile, Eastlake fell to 0-2 costly penalties, including three in league and 3-2 overall. East- first-half false starts to keep the lake's challenges don't get any eas- game close, ier as it plays host to Skyline (2-0, Down 7-13 late in the fourth 4-1) next week. quarter, Issaquah took over after a short Easflake punt. Issaquah sen- Eric Berto: isspress@isspress.com. ior quarterback Ryan Bergman Comment at www.issaquahpress.com. FROM PAGE C1 the 2007 Sundodger Invitational, setting school and Lincoln Park records. Always excited and ready to go when a race began, whether high school or college, Harding The 10K race was won by JJ certainly was in top form for the Acreff, of Ravensdale. He finished 5K. the race in 33:37. Spencer Riley, of Dana Zlateff, of Duvall, was the Sammamish, was fourth in 35:14. women's 5K champion, finishing Skyline freshman Keegan Symmes in 20:03. Molly Hund, of Is- was sixth in 35:31 and Skyline saquah, was second in 20:50 and graduate Justin Ireland was l lth Lisa Knoblich, of Issaquah, was in 37:13. third in 21:05. Joelle Riley, of The women's 10K winner was Sammamish, placed fourth in Kristi Houk, of Port Orchard, who 21:08. finished the race in 37:02. FROM PAGE C1 utes, 42 seconds. He nipped Bellevue's Michael Williams by a second. Williams is one of the top run- ners in KingCo and the state. Bellevue, though, won the meet with 31 points. Skyline was sec- ond with 43 and Bothell came in third with 49. Last year, Branch finished fourth at the KingCo champi- onships and llth at district. He also took 17th at the state meet. Earlier this season, Skyline topped Redmond and Liberty in a big meet. The Skyline girls look to de- velop some depth from their new- comers as they try to improve on last year's 6-4 league record. Captains Melissa Krieg and Heather Copenhaver will rely on teammates Haley Hunter, Yina MoP Lange and Lindsey Nichol- son to earn points against the dominant Redmond girls. Skyline finished first in a Sept. 30 meet with Bellevue and Both- ell. The Spartans had 33 points, Bellevue compiled 43 and Bothell finished with 48. Pletcher, one of the promising newcomers for Skyline, finished second in the race in 20:20. Hunter was fourth and Erin Vanderwall placed sixth. Pletcher, a freshman, also took sixth at the prestigious Nike Invi- tational. Issaquah boys are unbeaten The Issaquah High School boys team entered this week unbeaten in KingCo meets. The Eagles also finished first at the Kelso Invitational and the Tahoma Relays. In their most re- cent invitational Oct. 3, Issaquah of the promising newcomers. placed seventh in the prestigious Sunfair Invitational in Yakima. Liberty boys are stronger The meet featured top teams The Liberty High School boys from Washington, Oregon, Idaho team has more depth this season and Montana. with the return of seniors Bice, Issaquah has one of its top Sherwood, Brandon Thomas, boys teams in recent years with Connor Moseley, juniors Scott LeMond, Brasino, Isaac Robin- Turner and Riley Mackey, and son, Jon Wallis, Turner Wiley, sophomore Tyler Westenbroek. Dennis Leigh, Ty Morton, Connor Top newcomers include flesh- Higgins and Brandon Pearson all men Jared Bales and Nick Turner. returning from last year's team Bice is one of the top runners that finished third at the 4A in KingCo again. He finished sec- KingCo championships. The Ea- ond at last year's 3A KingCo gles later placed 11th at state, championships and placed 12th Brasino finished seventh in at the Sea-King District meet. both the KingCo and district He is also one of the top dis- meets last year. LeMond has been tance runners in track and field. Issaquah's No. I runner in recent Bice took first in the 1,600 meters meets. Both figure to be among at last spring's 3A KingCo and the top runners in every meet. Sea-King meets. However, the real strength of On Sept. 23, Bice finished first to the team is its depth. In a recent lead Liberty to a one-point victory victory against Redmond, Is- against Garfield. Roosevelt was saquah had six runners finish third and Inglemoor came in fourth. among the top 11 placers. He also finished 21st at Sunfair. "They have done well in the In invitational meets this sea- meets this season, but they can son, Liberty had a strong show- still get better. They have the abil- ing by taking third at the Fort ity to be one of our better teams Steilacoom Invitational and the in recent years," Issaquah coach Patriots were 19th at Sunfair. Gwen Robertson said. "They have Liberty's girls team has more really worked hard, especially depth this season, too. Returning this summer." for the Patriots are Kaily Davies, At Sunfair, LeMond finished Madison Birdsall and Madison 20th in the varsity flight seven, Hughes. Among the top newcom- which consisted of each school's ers are Aimee Christensen, and No. I runners. Wallis was seventh Megan and Michaela Chucka. in flight six, Brasino placed third Davies was Liberty's top runner in flight five, Leigh came in sixth at last year's 3A KingCo champi- in flight four, Wiley placed third in unships, taking eighth. She later flight three, Robinson was second took 16th at district to qualify for in flight two and Morton came in state. 22nd in flight one. The top returning runners for Christopher fluber: 392-5434, ext. 242, the girls team are Walton, Bri- or chuber@isspress.com. Bob Taylor: 392- anna Fowler-Lindner, Emma 6434, ext. 236, or Ogilvie and Katherine Vlahovich. bobtaylor@isspress, com. Comment at Migotsky, Kendra Olson, Nikita www.issaquahpress.com Sirohi and Kim Varney are some FROM PAGE C1 each recognized Bainton for his big plays throughout the game. In addition to his two touchdown receptions, Bainton intercepted a pass and recorded 129 kickoff return yards. On one return, Bainton ran for 71 yards. Bainton also lost his helmet during a hit. "It's all good," he said about losing his helmet. "It pumped me up." Jenkins and Wheeler also played well. Jenkins racked up 77 rushing yards and 57 receiv- ing yards -- leading the team in both categories -- and Wheeler threw for 106 yards. Liberty faces cross-town rival Hazen at 7 p.m. Oct. 9. Although the game will be played at Lib- erty, it will technically be a home game for Hazen, as the game marks Hazen's homecoming. Tim Pfarr: 392-6434, ext. 239, or new- cas@isspress.com. Comment at www. issaquahpress, com. 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