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THE ISSAQUAH PRESS WEDNESDAYs 5fOVEMBER 4, 2009 C3 PROM PAGE C1 The initial stinger for Skyline came on a 70-yard Muller-to- Proulx touchdown pass less than four minutes into the game. Bothell got out to a13-0 lead af- ter capitalizing on one of two Sky- line fumbles in the first quarter. It recovered the first fumble of the game with 2:24 left in the first quarter at the Skyline 19. Muller and company drove 81 yards and scored on a 16-yard pass to Michael Hartvigson. Skyline held Bothell's Proulx, the league's leading rusher, to just 55 yards on 25 carries. "We knew that they were going to be a physical force to run against and they were," Bainter said. The Spartans kept the score close, 13-7, for the halftime break after scoring on a 10-yard Heaps- to-Kasen Williams pass in the sec- ond. Williams finished with six catches for 106 yards and also had two interceptions. Muller threw three interceptions against Skyline, matching his previous to- tal for the season. Skyline took a 14-13 lead in the third quarter when Heaps fired a 22-yard touchdown pass to tight end Cooper Pelleur. Muller connected with wide re- ceiver John Sullivan for a 47-yard touchdown pass to lead 19-14. The 2-point conversion failed. eelleur also caught Skyline's go- ahead touchdown pass for 11 yards in the fourth. Muller finished 13 of 26 for 192 yards passing. Heaps completed 19 of 35 for 233 yards and three touchdowns. Skyline running back Nick Washburn ran for 94 yards on 11 carries. Skyline out-gained Bothell's offense 354 yards to 281 yards, but its mistakes proved too costly. "We're gonna fix things and go back to the drawing board," said Skyline head coach Mat Taylor. "We've gotta get some things fig- ured out." Skyline will host Kentridge, the No. 3 team from the South Puget Sound League North, in the 4A state qualifying round at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 6. "I think we're just going to be more intense during practice -- more than we ever have," Heaps said. "We've kind of taken things for granted." Christopher Huber: 392-6434, ext. 242, chuber@isspress.com. Comment at www.sammamishreview, com. FROM PAGE C1 Garfield, was the girls individual champion, finishing in 17:00.02. Katelyn Steen, of Eastlake, was fourth in 17:49.52. Haley Hunter was Skyline's top placer, taking 16th in 18:35.05. Nicole Migotsky was Issaquah's top placer, taking 18th in 18.37.11. "Migotsky had an outstanding run at district," Robertson said. the state meet. As a team, Liberty barely missed qualifying for state. The Patriots ended up fifth in the team standings with 138 points. The top four teams all qualified for state. In the girls meet, Liberty's Megan Chueka finished 15th and qualified for state. Bishop Blanchet won the boys team tire and Drew O'Donoghue- McDonald, of Seattle Prep, was the individual champion. Lakeside captured the girls title and Tansey Lystad, of Juanita, was the indi- vidual champion. Uberty runners qualify for state Three Liberty runners qualified for the upcoming 3A state cross Bob Taylor: 392-6434, ext. 236, or bobtay- lor@isspress.com. Comment at www.issaquahpress.com. By Bob Taylor Issaquah Press sports editor Tom Bunnell has many reasons to explain his success as Issaquah High School girls soccer coach. Actually, he has 100 -- the num- ber of victories Bunnell has recorded entering this week. Bunnell earned his 100th vic- tory Oct. 27 when the Eagles de- feated the Bothell Cougars 4-0 in the regular-season finale for both teams at Bothell's Pop Keeney Stadium. Issaquah fans cheered on Bunnell and the Eagles by waving signs with "10W on them. Since that contest, which locked up the 4A KingCo Conference reg- ular-season title for Issaquah, Bunnell has received more con- gratulations from former players, parents and fans. "It's been fantastic. I've re- ceived a lot of letters and calls from former players and their parents, and just a lot of people," said Bunnell, whose record as Is- saquah girls soccer coach is 100- 11%. Included in that record are three 3A state championships and one second-place finish in the 3A state tournament. Last year the Eagles earned a berth in the 4A state tournament. This year Is- saquah won the 4A KingCo regu- lar-season title with a 10-1 record. The Eagles are shooting for another 4A state tournament berth this week. They played rival Skyline Nov. 3 in the league tour- nament championship game where the winner earned an au- tomatic state berth. The loser also has a chance at a state berth if it wins a Bi-District Tournament game Nov. 7. Bunnell, who had coached boys soccer, decided to take on the girls program in 2004. He had a hunch he made the right decision when surveying the Issaquah High School Stadium at his first practice. Turning out that day were 92 enthusiastic, talented players. Although he had experienced some success as the Issaquah boys coach, Bunnell liked what he saw on the field. However, Bun- nell admits even he couldn't imagine how successful the girls program would become during the next six years. "I really didn't know what I was getting into," he said. In his first season, the Eagles posted an 18-3 record, won the KingCo title and the state champi- onship. Since then Issaquah has been one of the top teams in the state each year. "It has been an amazing run7 Bunnell said. Bunnell credits outstanding players, many who have later ex- celled at the collegiate level. For- mer Issaquah players Lindsay Kasser and Kate Deines were state players of the year and have been standouts at the University of Washington. Other former all- KingCo standouts for Issaquah in- clude Lauren Marls, who has been a stellar player for the Uni- oeruo e eeds e ittle FIelp q'ken... Stress Depression Life Transitions Loss and Grief Relationship Problems Patty Groves, M.A. Issaquah Creek Counseling Center 545 Rainier Blvd. N., Issaquah www.issaquahcreekcounseling.com 425 898-1700 country championships when they placed at the 3A Sea-King District Meet Oct. 29 at Lake Sammamish State Park. Josiah Sherwood finished llth and Tyler Westenbroek took 17th in the boys race for Liberty to qualify as individual runners for :: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ......... ,/~ :.,~ klahanie chiropm dc Issaquah 425-391-5050 .S BY DON BORIN/STOP ACTION PHOTOGRAPHY/WWW.DON- BORIN.COM Tom Bunnell, Issaquah girls soccer coach, talks to his team in a huddle Coral Anderson's goal at the during their Oct. 27 game against 52nd minute lifted Skyline to 1-0 Bothell. victory against Newport. The Spartans, the defending 4A state versity of San Francisco; Lauren champions, finished league play Dascenzo, who played at Gonzaga with a 9-2 record. University; and Molly Gottlieb, a freshman at Tampa University Patriots split and one of the team's leading In the 3A/2A KingCo Confer- scorers this season, ence, Liberty split its final two "The record shows the kinds of games of the season. The Patriots players we've had. A general defeated Interlake 3-0 Oct. 27 but can't win a war without great sol- lost to Juanita 1-0 Oct. 29. Kail- diers," Bunnell said. iana Johnson had a goal and two Although he had some talented assists for the Patriots against In- returning players for this season, terlake. Cassidy Nangle also had a Bunnell has been surprised at the goal and an assist for Liberty. team's success. Alexis Court, assisted by John- "Winning the KingCo title isn't son, put the Patriots ahead 1-0 at easy because this is the toughest the 7th minute. Johnson and league in the state," Bunnell said. Nangle scored their goals in the second half. Eagles blank Bathell Goalkeeper Jennifer Rucker Kristin Marls, one of Issaquah's recorded the shutout. top players this season, is a key reason why the Eagles have been successful. Against Bothell. Marls scored two goals and teammate Dayna Talley had a goal and an assist. Al)by Glasgow's unassisted goal at the llth minute put the Eagles ahead 1-0. Marls, assisted by Talley, scored her first goal at the 17th minute. Talley, assisted by Margaret Rauch, scored at the 71st minute. Marls, on an unassisted goal, con- cluded the Eagles' scoring three minutes later. Goalkeeper Brooke Miller recorded the shutout. Issaquah finished league play three points ahead of Skyline and Lastlake. 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