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THE ISSAQUAH PRESS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2009 C3 PREP ROUNDUP Liberty runner takes first Liberty High School senior Eric Bice finished first Oct. 10 in the Fort Worden Invitational varsity cross country race. Bice finished the 3-mile course in 15 minutes, 5 seconds. Skyline swimmers go undefeated The Skyline High School girls swimming team finished the 4A KingCo Conference undefeated Oct. 16, when the Spartans topped host Garfield 99-87 at the Medgar Evers Pool in Seattle. Skyline compiled an 8-0 record this season. Nina Zook, Meghan O'Keefel Maria Volodkevich, Sarah E1- derkin and the 200-yard freestyle relay team had first places for the Spartans. Zook won the 100 freestyle in 56.28 seconds, and took second in the 200 individual medley with a state-qualifying time of 2:13.64. O'Keefe captured the 100 but- terfly in a state-qualifying time of 59.48. Yolodkevich won the 50 freestyle in 25.91 and also fin- ished second to Fiona Majeau, Garfield's top swimmer, in the 200 freestyle with a time of 2:00.96. Majeau won the event in a state- qualifying time of 1:57.29. Elderkin won the 100 back, stroke in 1:04.79. Zook, Halley Theeuwen, Rachel Blyth and O'Keefe composed the 200 freestyle relay team, which had a winning time of 1:48.26. On Oct. 17, Skyline diver Kelsey Kosenkranius took first place in the 4A KingCo qualifying meet at Juanita High School. Kosenkra- nius compiled 345.55 points and qualified for the state meet. Liberty's Katie Tsutakawa placed second in the 3A KingCo qualifying meet with 296.55 points and qualified for the Sea- King District Meet. Issaquah golfers place second The Issaquah High School boys golf team finished second Oct. 14 in the 4A Sea-King District Tour- nament at the Snohomish Golf Course. Woodinville took top honors with 66.5 points. Issaquah was second with 54; Skyline placed third with 36. Woodinville's Jarrett Foote was the district champion, shooting a two-day total of 139. Issaquah's Kevin Moon and Brendan Jung tied for fourth, with each shooting a 155. Skyline's Nathan Stephen- son shot a 156 and tied for sixth. In the 4A medalist tournament Oct. 13, Skyline placed second with a score of 404 strokes. Woodinville again was first with 396 and Issaquah took fourth. Brandon Lalier, of Skyline, fin- ished third with a 4-over-par 76 and Jung tied for fourth with a 77. In the.3A/2A KingCo medalist tournament Oct. 12, Liberty's Har- rison Diemert shot an 84 and qualified for the Oct. 19 Sea-King District Tournament at Harbour Pointe Golf Club in Mukilteo. Ceminltted to Outstanding Real Estate Sewices Connected to the Pulse of Sammamish & Issaquah for over 30 Years Susan H. Gerend, CRS, GRI, ASP Certified Residential Specialist . Wndennee 206-719-4663 www.susangerend.com sgerend@windermere.com SIGN UP FOR FALL LESSONS NOW! Nationally acclaimed program Monthly overnights for young riders Beginning thru advanced lessons Indoor arena with heated viewing room Children and Adults Welcome Minutes from Issaquah off 1-90 30years developing one of the finest Equestrian programs in the country S L A R "g E B E T H li LE IDI T IE N T Fx g | AHS N-i--g X--g----g Eg~-- --g-g BAN Xgg LE S I NT BY GREG FARRAR Connor Brandt, Skyline senior wide receiver, returns to the sideline with a big smile after scoring a touchdown from four'yards out in the first play of the second quarter, giving the Spartans a 21-0 lead en mute to a 42-0 shutout of Issaquah. ;t ew up the holes' FROM PAGE C1 out hard, dominate, and I think we achieved that goal." Skyline went into the half with a 28-0 lead after Heaps connected with receivers Con- nor Brandt and Kasen Williams for 6- and 8-yard touchdown passes, respectively, in the sec- ond quarter. "We'd been preparing for it all week and we came out extra hard for them," said Skyline de- fensive end Cooper Pelleur, who also had a sack. "We knew that they were going to come out hard, but we just did what we usually do and played our game and came out on top." In the second haft, Heaps ran in a 1-yard keeper to score and Beauchamp ran the ball 4 yards for a touchdown to cap things off. Heaps completed 13 of 24 passes for 123 yards. Williams had 7 receptions for 77 yards and Beauchamp ran 7 times for 75 yards. The offensive line "just blew it up," Washburn said. "They just blew up the holes. I could just walk through them, really." Having won its past four games leading up to the 2008 4A state title rematch, Is- saquah's momentum had made Skyline coach Mat Taylor nerv- ous. Issaquah's Bergman had passed for a school-record 494 yards the week before against Redmond and looked to con- tinue the trend. "They keep getting better. I was very nervous about this game," Taylor said. "This was the first time we've beat them on this field." Skyline finished with 303 yards rushing and held Issaquah to just 59 yards on the ground. "They're as fast as I've seen a defense play. Sometimes, I feel like they (Issaquah) are playing against 12 and 13 guys out there instead of 11," Bennett said. "We just need to regroup. We still have a road in." Christopher Huber: 392-6434, ext. 242, or chuber@isspress.com. Comment at www. issaquahpress, com. We Enow you best, because we are a lot like you... Issaquah Insurance Agency b~'~*m~na www.lssylnsurance.com phone: 425-392-7887 inSU~NCO 22525 SE 64th Place Patrick Shocktey, : i Community Agent Since 1977 CHIROPRACTORS Klahanie Chiropractic Dr. Ken Lichtenwalter, B.A., D.C. Dr. Benjamin Britton, D.C., C.C.S.P. Located in the Klahanie Village Shopping Ctr. (425) 391-5050 www.ynhealtheare.com COUNSELING & MF.NTAL HEALTH River Valley Psychological Services 5837 221st PI. S.E. Issaquah, WA 98027 (425) 391-0887 Sharon Pellegrini, Clinic Manager Kevin Connolly, Ph.D. David Forrest, Ph.D. John Gibson, DSW Marisol Hanley, Ph.D Mary Hendrickson, Ph.D. Elizabeth Irwin, Ph.D Thinagara S. Jayakumar, M.D. "Dr. Jay" Beatrice Joe, LMFT Maria Elena Lara, Ph.D. Heidi Summers, M.D. John Sutton-Gamache, Ph.D Launi Treece, Ph.D. Janyee Viek, LMFT, Psy.D. DENTISTS Barry Foder, D.D.S., P.S. Mark Germack, D.D.S. Family Dentistry 450 NW Gilman Blvd., Suite 103 Issaquah, (425) 392-7541 Jonathan A. Levey, D.D.S. Pine Lake Dental/Medical Center 22725 SE 29th Street, #B Sammamish, (425) 391-5511 OPTOMETRISTS Dr. Walter V. Cassidy Dr. Stephan L. Cassidy Issaquah Vision Clinic 450 NW Gilman Blvd., Suite 104 Issaquah, (425) 392-8756, (425) 747-8283 NewVision EyeCare Kerry J. Moscovitz, O.D. Pine Lake Dental-Medical Center 22741 SE 29th Street Sammamish, (425) 392-2196 www.newvision- eyecare.eom PHYSICIANS Mark F. Bressler, M.D. Issaquah Dermatology Issaquah Professional Center 85 NW Alder PI., Suite A Issaquah, (425) 391-5533 VIRGINIA MASON ISSAQUAa-I 100 NE Gilman Blvd. (425) 557-8000 Primary_ Care Family Practice Internal Medicine Pediatrics Specialty Care Audiology/Hearing Aid Services Gastroenterology Cmneral Surgery Ophthalmology Cataract Surgery Laser Refractive Surgery Corneal Transplants Optometry Contacts & Glasses Otolaryngology (Ear, Nose, & Throat) Occupational Therapy Podialry Urology FROM PAGE C1 16:28. However, Issaquah jun- iors Turner Wiley placed eighth in 16:30 and Isaac Robinson was ninth in 16:40. In the girls race, Skyline scored 31 points, Issaquah had 49 and Liberty had 50. Issaquah sophomore Nicole Migotsky finished first in the girls race in 20:12. "There are some tough hills, but we just kind of worked to- gether," Migotsky said about the course and how she and her team were able to succeed. Issaquah senior Arielle Walton was close behind her teammate, taking second in 20:13. Skyline freshman Elise Pletcher was third in 20:30, Liberty freshman Megan Chucka placed fourth in 20:41 and Skyline junior Haley Hunter was fifth in 20:49. Migotsky recorded a time of 20:12 on the three-mile course. Skyline coach Brendan Hyland said his team now must look to the KingCo championships Oct. 22 and the bi-district champi-" onships Oct. 31. BY DON BORIN/STOP ACTION PHOTOGRAPHY/ WWW.DONBORIN, COM Kyle Branch, Skyline junior, won the varsity men's meet in a time of 16 minutes, 4 seconds. "We've just got to prepare to run at a higher level the next two weeks," Hyland said. Although Liberty finished third in total points in both races, coach Mike Smith said his team raced well. "We've been training really hard," he said. "We're really fo- cused on trying to get to state for the first time. Staying healthy right now is the key for our guys." moor rallied for three straight goals to tie the game. FROM PAGE C1 Eagles, Spartans still tied Issaquah and Skyline finished the week tied for first place with 7-1 records. The Eagles defeated Ballard 4-0 Oct. 15 and the Spar- tans edged Inglemoor 4-3. Kelsey Ford, Marls and Dayna Talley scored Issaquah's goals against Ballard. Goalkeeper Brooke Miller picked u15 her see- ond shutout of the week. Skyline, bouncing back from a 1-0 loss to Woodinville Oct. 13, Patriots blank Bellevue Treva LeRoy had a goal and an assist Oct. 15 as she sparked Liberty to a 3-0 victory against Bellevue in a 3A KingCo contest. Cassidy Nagle and Chelsea Noonan scored Liberty's other goals. The Patriots lost to Sam- mamish 2-1 Oct. 16. Kailiana Johnson scored Liberty's goal. Christopher Huber: 392-6434, ext. 242, or chuber@isspress.com. Comment at wwm issaquahpr ess. com. FROM PAGE C1 games, 25-20 and 20-15, to force a tiebreaker. Issaquah won the tiebreaker 15-12 to win the match. Issaquah's big line up front was one of the differences in the match. Alyssa Schultz and Stephanie Stoll each had 13 kills for Issaquah. Rachel Roeder con- tributed 10 kills and 15 digs, and Sarah Hanna had 10 blocks. The Eagles also got a strong performance from setter Riley Sorenson, who had three blocks and 44 assists, and from Alexa Batquin, who had 10 digs. With the victory, Issaquah's league record went to 7-1. The Eagles entered this week with six straight victories. Maddie Magee, who had 18 kills; Madison Stoa, who had 37 assists; and Paige Haas, who had nine aces, led Skyline. The Spar- tans were 4-4 in league action en- tering this week. Both teams entered their big match coming off Oct. 12 victo- ries. Issaquah swept Eastlake 3-0 and Skyline downed Newport 3-1. Issaquah won the games against Eastlake, 25-15, 26-24, 25-16. Schultz topped the Eagles with 13 kills and Hanna had 10. Sorenson contributed 35 assists, Maddy Emerson had 10 digs and Roeder added six kills and three aces. Skyline defeated visiting New- port, 25-18, 23-25, 25-15, 25-14. Magee had 15 kills and three aces, Stoa added 30 assists and three aces, and Haas had nine aces. Uberty holds Awareness Night Liberty's volleyball team holds Breast Cancer Awareness Night at 7 p.m. Oct. 22. All Liberty varsity players will be wearing pink. All Patriots' fans are encouraged to be dressed in pink. There will be prizes for the pinkest person and a Breast Can- cer Awareness donation box. broke a 3-3 tie in the 70th minute, when Emily Anderson scored the game-winning goal. Anderson was assisted on the goal by Coral Anderson. Emily Anderson also scored Skyline's first goal at 4:20 on an assist from Anna Morgan, and assisted on a goal by Jackie Wilson at 31:22. 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