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THE ISSAQUAH PRESS WEDNESDAY~ DECEMBEI~ 309 2009 B5 S Prep boys basketball 4A KlngCo Conference CREST DIVISION League Season WL W L Skyline 2 1 3 1 Garfield 2 1 4 2 Eastlake 2 2 3 2 Redmond 2 2 3 3 Issoquah 0 4 2 4 Newport 0 4 0 6 CROWN DMSION Leape Season WL W L Lake Washington 3 1 7 1 Woodiavile 3 1 4 1 Inglemoor 3 1 4 1 Roosevelt 3 1 3 2 Bothell 2 2 3 2 Ballard 1 3 2 3 Dec. 21 Game Redmond 44, Mariner 35 Dec. 22 Games Roosevelt 47, Bothell 40 Garfield 64, Renton 38 Lake Washington 73, Chief Sealth 67 Dec. 26 Game Los Osos, Calif., 56, Roosevelt 48 Dec. 30 Games Skyline at Badow, Ore, Tournament Eastlake at Surf & Sand Tournament, San Diego Redmond at Camas Mount Tahoma at Garfield Issaquah at Lakeside Woodinville at Arizona Tournament Roosevelt at Max Props Tournament, Ca!if. Inglemoor at Bellevue College Tournament Jan. 2 Game Issaquah at Olympic Jan. 5 Games Ing]emoor at Garfield Woodinville at Redmond Bothell at Eastlaka Lake Washington at Skyline Roosevelt at Issaquah Ballard at Newport Nathan Hale 56, Bothell 51 Dec. 30 Games Skyline at Wenatchee Holiday Tournament Issaquah at Los Schwab Classic (Bellevue College) Garfield at Nike Tournament, Phoenix Redmond at Phoenix Cactus Jam Woodiaville at San Diege Tournament Roosevelt at South Kitsap Jan. 6 Games Inglemoor at Garfield ~k)odinville at Redmond Batbell at Eastlake Lake Washington at Skyline Roosevelt at Issaquah Ballard at Newport EASIAKIE 55, HERITAGE 32 Eostiake 16 11 18 10 - 55 Heritage 4 6 3 19-32 Eastlake - Annie Borges 7, Alyssa Chadston 7, Abby Cadson 14, Kendm Mornson 10, Kenzie Cadson 6, Sam Naluai 4, Mercedos Bass 3, Riley Aimslee 2, Lauren Files 2, Jennie Hayden. Heritage -Tashawna Gordon 4, Netbe Gould 9, Stephanie Harold 6, Natalie Harold 6, Cadssa Collins 2, Emily Myers 2, Allison Howbert O. 3A/2A KlngCo Conference League Season WL W L Memer Island 2 0 6 1 Uberty 2 1 4 3 Juanita 2 1 4 5 Bellevue 2 1 3 4 Intedake 0 2 4 3 Sammamish 0 2 1 6 Mount Si 0 1 2 4 Dec. 21 Game Mercer Island 64, Cherry Creek, Calif., 51 Dec. 22 Games Mercer Island 74, Hamilton, Adz., 58 Ubert-j 57, Hazen 54 Dec. 23 Games Mount Si 69, Lakeside 49 Rogors-Puyallup 50, Juanita 43 Dec. 30 Games Mount Si at Lakewood Tournament (Bathell), 9-1, Ramirez d. Daniel Miller (Aub.-Riverside), 3-2. 135,Tarmer p. Dostan Rhode (Bothell), 0:18. 140, Pearson p. Stotoe Rohde (Bothell), 4:45, Pee~oe pinoed by Michael Coulter (North Kitsap), 2:40. 145, Novak p. Sterris, 1:58, White p. Cole Neves (Eastlake), 2:30, Navak won by forf. vs Jake Cowin (EC). 152, Tonnenmaker lost to Nick Armitoge (Keneedy), 9-7. 189, Stevens p. Dylan Judson (Monroe), 2:40, lost to Breaux, 10-6. Eastside Cathelic final round results: 135, lan Smith (EC) p. Jessie Chou (Kennedy), 3:28. Prep footbaU AP All-stete teams CLASS 4A Offense QB - Jake Heaps (Skyline), Sr. RB - Anthony Meray (Bethel), Sr. RB - Jacob Seolhy (~eatchee) RB - Austin Denton (Marys~lle-Pilchuck), Sr. WR - Kesen Williams (Skyline), Jr. WR - Jason Bates (Ferris), Sr. WR - Rahmel Dackery (Curtis), Jr. ]E - Austin Sefenan-Jenkins (Gig Harbor), Jr. OL - Chris Edison (Curtis),Sr. OL - Danny Shelton (Auburn), Jr. OL - Colin Porter (Bothell), Sr. OL - Abel Soto (Eisenhowor), Jr. OL - Maxx Forde (V~odinville), Sr. AP - Trenton Pin.son (Federal Way), Sr. Defense DL - Scott Cdchton floss), St. DL - Ryan Watson (Eisenhower), Sr. DL - Austin Graves (Southridge), St. DL - Mychael Tuiasosopo (Manner), Sr. IR. Anthony DeMatteo (Skyline), Sr. LB - Seth Kline (Eisonhower), Sr. LB - Sam Gaukebeim (Olympia), Sr. LB - Drew Powell (Southddge), Sr. DB - Jamal Byrd (Foes), Sr. DB - Even Zegor (Skyline), Sr. D8 - Ba Tully (Mead), Sr. DB - David Tumble (Davis), Soph. K - Jake Miller (Central Valley), Sr. P - Seen Tollac (Rogers-Puyallup), St. Player of the year - Jake Heaps, Skyline CLASS 3A Offense Q8 - Zach Richter (Glacier Peak), Sr. RB - Willis Wilson (Lakes), St. RB - Coltee Williams (Mount Spokane), St. RB - tarry Dixon (Olympic), Sr. 2:23.48. 50 breaststroke: A final, 6, Volodkevich 30.84; B final, 11, A. Scamello 32.15; 15, Dart 32.84; C final, 18,T. Scarcello 33.15; 23, Fabian 33.94. 100 breaststroke: A final, 2,Taylor 1:04.61; B final, 11, Volodkevicfi 1:07.33; C final, 19,A. Scarcello 1:09.36; prelims, 25, Dart 1:10.25; 27 (tie), Beaucbamp 1:10.63, Raten 1:10.63; 37,Tinsnth 1:11.41; 50,T. Scamello 1:13.78; 51, Fabian 1:13.40; 71, Sbanley Miller (iS]) 1:15.54; 78. Unnea Uyeeo (OCA) 1:17.03; 90, K. Herman 1:17.50. 200 breaststroke: A final, 5, Beauchamp 2:25.49; B final, 10, Volodkevich 2:27.55; 11,A. Scareello 2:28.54; C final, 18, Raten 2:29.46; 19,Tinsath 2:30.80; 22, Dart 2:32.30; prelims, 30, Rivers 2:36.95; 31, Fabian 2:37.04; 40, Miller 2:38.73; 45, T. Scamello 2:39.82; 58, Mackey 2:42.59; 59, Uyeno 2:42.74. 50 butterfly: A final, 1, Kirmear 24.34; C final, 18, Zook 27.69; 20, Schy 28.05; prelims, 35, Magee 29.25; 37,Theeuwon 29.64; 38, Mackey 30.01. 100 butterfly: A final, 1, Kinnear 53.58; 2, Taylor 53.70; 8 final, 12, O'Keefe 57.96; 16, Zook 59.09; C final, 20, Uu 59.08; prelims, 47, Schy 1:01.45; 72, Volodkevich 1:02.96; 83, Magoe 1:03.62; 86, Mackey 1:03.70; 88, Munoz 1:03.76; 91, Miller 1:04.10; 92, DiMicco 1:04.30; 93, Rivers 1::04.32; 96,Theeuwon 1:04.59; 114, Umezawa 1:05.87; 123, Kimi Rogers (IST~ 1:06.75. 200 butterfly: A final, 2, Kinnear 2:00.71; 4, O'Keefe 2:05.13; B final, 13, Zook 2:11.18; prelims 28, Uu 2:15.67; 26, Schy 2:17.04; 51, Mackey 2:19.83; 54. Muooz 2:20.98; 70, Miller 2:23.26; 81, DiMicco 2:26.35; 83, Theeuwen 2:27.20; 89, Definer 2:29.52; 90, Rogers 2:32.40. 200 individual medley: C final. 18, Volodkevich 2:08.82; 20, 8eaucbemp 2:11.41; 21, O'Keefe 2:12.28; prelims, 27, Zook 2:13.43; 43, Lecoq 2:16.23; 47, "liosetb 2:16.63; 50 (tie), Elderkin 2:16.99, A. Scarcello 2:16.99; 66, Miller 2:18.89; 71, Schy 2:19.32; 81, DiMicco 2:19.88; 84, Dart 2:20.22; 96, Nurmi 2:22.13; 97, Munoz 2:22.34; 107,Tbeeuwen 2:25.86; 114, Fabian 2:28.84. 400 individual medley:. C final, 22, Tioseth 4:47.62; prelims, 7, Beauchamp 4:35.03; 31, Zook 4:48.84; 43, Miller 4:53.36; 45, Munoz 4:54.71; 50, DiMIcco 4:55.69; 53, Dart 4:59.78. 200 freestyle relay: 1, King A (Bailey, Messegee, Kim, Taylor) 1:35.01; 4, ISTA (Volodkevich, Uu, Raten, KJnneer) 1:37.89; 18, IST B (Maier, DiMicco, Zook, Lecoq) 1:43.26; 26, IST C [Beaucharnp, Nurmi, Munoz, Fabian) 1:45.42; 35, IST D (Tinsath, Magoe, Mackey, Elderkin) 1:48.76. 400 freestyle relay: 6, ISTA (Kinnear, Volodkevich, Lacoq, Raten) 3:36.48; 15, BC A (MacLeac, O'Keefe, Mords, Thompson) 3:40.97; 17. IST B (Uu, Beaucbamp, Maier, Zook) 3:42.64; 27, IST C {DiMicco, Rivers, Nurmi,Tiosath) 1:51.17; 39, BC B (Melby, Deiparine, Sutich, K. Herman) 3:53.95; 35, IST D (T. ~AI~ TraR Club try- Rattlesnake Mountain, hike to Stan's Coun~ to Lon~ Peak, 5.5 miles, 850 gain. Cal! 882~35. cawde Qab t, Jan 9, Counl]7 Ride, 40 miles from Sammamish Va~ey We in Redmond. Ride ~ from Redmond to Beaver Lake to Carnation and back to Redmond. Call 206-783-6450, ~, Issaquah ~ ha~s a vadety of bas- kalball programs for adults including the Mond Wed and at Elementary School lessons for fencers 13- Karate I~ Lessens - Issaquah Parks has ses- sions in beginning and continued karate. Classes are for youth 6-12 and are held Thursdays at the lssaquah Community Center. Beginning classes p.m. ~ Washington Shotokan Tuesday and Thursday, and 8:30-10:30 3A/2A KlngCo Conference League Season WL W L Bellevue 3 0 7 0 Mount Si 2 0 4 1 Mercer Island 2 0 3 2 Sammamish 2 1 5 2 letedake 0 2 4 3 Juanita 0 3 2 6 Uberty 0 3 1 6 Dec. 21 Games Uberty 76, Cedarcrost 58 Hazen 57, Sammamish 56 Dec. 22 Game Glacier Peak 74, Juanita 52 Dec. 23 Games Juanlta 54, Rogors-Puyallup 48 Chief Seas 72, Uberty 52 LIBERW 76, CEDARCRESlr $8 Cedarcrest25 11 8 14-58 Uberty 15 18 17 26 - 76 Uberty at Wilsonville, Ore. Greham-Kepowsin at Juanita West Seattle at Sammamish Dec. 31 Game Chief Sealth at Interlake Jan. 2 Games Bishop Blancher at Bellevue Cedamrest at Mount Si Jan. 4 Game Sammamish at Forest Ridge WR - Jaka Bainton (Uberty), Jr. WR -Tommy Rollins (Glacier Peak), St. WR - Delas Raiford (rirebedine), Sr. TE - Darius Waters (Lakes), Sr. OL - Roc Hills (Lakes), Sr. OL - Ben Rive (O'Dea), St. 1here is an open gym Tuesday, 8- 9 p.m. ~quah Parks~and girls soccer Volleyball league has started and will co.hue until Feb. The program is for youngsters kindergsrten through the sixth grade. Scamello, Munoz, A. Scamello, Mackey} 3:56.88. 800 ends Dec. 31. Call 837-3341. The Parks Call 837-3346. freestyle: 2, King A (Taylor, Fenster, Kim, Davis) 7:32.23; also has open gy~n for ~ll on Hlol' S 5, ISTA (Raton, Lacoq, Maier, Kinnear) 7:49.51; 11, BC A (O'Keefe, Morris, MacLaan, Thompson) 7:58.28; 15, IS[ B Mondays ~ 6-9 p,m, at the communb lull e~,,-, (Beauchamp, Volodkevich, Tinsath, Liu) 8:01.80; 17, 8C ty cent~. 6 (M. Herman, Deiparine, Melby, Sutich) 8:14.11; 28, IST C (Elderkin, A. Scarcello, Mackey, Nurmi) 8:45.69; 29, IST Cedarcrest - Zach Taylor 9, Tyler McKinney 7, Colton Rekers 17, Daniel Campbell 16, Chris Dowd 4, Julian Housor 2, Clay Hammontree 1,Tanner Marry O, 6rendan McClam O, Jamd Duffy 2. Uberty -Troy SClly 8, Far/an Skokd 17, Kylan Marlow 14, Chandler Jenkins 13, Trey Wheeler O, EJ. Demps O, Stedman 8, Good 2, Hadeen 2,Agnew 11, 8rew 1. CHIEF SEALTH 72, UBER1Y 52 Chief Sealth 19 15 18 20 - 72 Uberty 7 10 16 19 - 52 Chief Sealth - Korwin Rowers 7, Tomas Ogbeslassie 19, Keon Lewis 20,Tre'ven Lane 13, D'nique Harris- Welch 6, Greg Wilson 5, Daniel Davis 2, Misioka Tupuola O. Uberty - Kylan Madow 10, Hadnen 12, Agnew 9, Chandler Jenkins 7, Farzan Skokfi 5, EJ. Dernps 4,Tray Softy 4,Ahrens 1, Brow O,Good O, Stedmen O. Prep girls basketball 4A Klngco Conference CREST DMSlON League Season WL W L Newport 4 0 7 0 Issaquah 4 0 6 0 Garfield 3 1 3 2 EastJake 1 3 4 3 Skyline 1 3 3 3 Redmond 0 4 0 5 CROWN DIVISION League Season WL W L Woodinville 4 0 5 0 Inglemoor 3 1 5 3 Roosevelt 2 2 4 2 Lake Washington 2 2 3 2 Bathell 0 4 1 6 Ballard 0 4 0 5 Dec. 22 Games Ea~ake 55, Heritage 32 Stanwood 71, Inglemoor 63 Dec. 23 Game LIBERTY 57, HAZ)EN 54 Hazen 8 12 18 16- 54 Uberty 15 4 11 27- 57 Hazen - Michelle Wnek 6, Aneccia Scurry 5, Arreshay Rogers 26, Gabrielle Redwine 10, Christy Argyle 2, Chelsea Moorhead 2, Anastasia Pellis 2, Keyanna Reed 1. Uberty - Aspen Winegar 9, Danni Sjolander 21, Breanne Faehndcfi 11, Maddie Birdsall 5, Halle Ericksen 5, Alexis Coart 3, Carl Freley 3, Kylie Johnson O, Megan Tsutakawa O. Prep wrestling Nonleague Dec. 22 MONROE BEARCAT INVITATIONAL Team scores: 1, Monroe 163; 2, Issaquah 128.5; 3, Auburn-Riverside 113; 4, Barbell 108; 5, North Kltsap 83.5; 6, Foss 82.5; 7,Archbishop Murphy 71; 8, Kennedy 62; 9, Stanwood 58; 10, Inglemoor 56; 11, Auburn 38; 12, Eastlake 35; 13, Eastside Catholic 34.5. issaquah results Final round: 103, MaxTickmae (Issoquah) p. Jonathan Callahan (Monroe), 3:00. 171: Steve Cone (Kennedy) d.Tyler Volk (Issaquah), 16-12. Third place: 130, Andrew Ramirez Ossaquah) d. Matt Moriadty (North Kitsap), 1-0. 135, Jordan Tanner (Issaquah) d. Cody Curnutt (Monroe), 18-2. 145, David Wh~e (Issoquah) d. Scan Novek (Issaquah), 13-5. Other results First round: 103,Tickman p. Cedy Lau (Monroe), 1:03. 119,Ty Morton (Issaquah) d. David Schorman (Bothell)~ 6-0. 125, Aimen Thorpe (Issoquah) p. Denny Stamaris (North Kitsap), 1:29. 130, Ramirez Ioat to Modarlty, 7-5 (01). 135,Tanner p. Josh Tare (Auburn), 1:40~ 140, Brendon Pearson (Issaquah) d. Nato Mead (Aub.-Riverside), 17-2. 145, Nevak lost to Cameron Wade (Aub.-Riverside), 14-4, White d. Doug Stords (Monroe), 13.0. 152, Joseph Tennenmaker (Issaquah) d. Chris Mascioba (Bothell), 9-0. 171, Volk d. Ken Roberts (EC), 1:45. 189, Chandler Breaux (Kennedy) d. Alec Stevens (Issaquah), 8-7. Semifinals: 103, Tickreen p. Michael Ajeto (Aub.- Riverside), 5:21. 119, Morton lost to Brendon Leach (Stanwoed), 17-0. 125, Thorpe pinned by Ed Yakmichuck (Aub.-Riverside), 5:19. 135,Tanner lost to Jenson Chau floss), 7-4. 140, Pearson lost to Nate DetwUer (Monroe), 3-0. 145, White pinned by Wade, 1:34. 160,Tomnenmaker pinned by Ryan Foster (Monroe), 2:51. 171, Volk p. 7.ach Heideman (Monroe), 1:40. Consolation bracket: 119, Morton lost to Sandy Dittoll (Fuss), 8-2. 125, Thorpe pinned by Sam Hobbs (Stanwood), 5:53. 130, Ramirez d. Moses Sun OL - Cody Hatchel (North Thurston), St. Ot~- John Finland (Glacier Peak), Sr. OL - Ashton BooUtmyd (Mount Spokane) AP - Israel Manzo (Sunnyside), Soph. Defense DL - Sione Potoae (Lakes), Sr. DL - Julioos Moore (Bellevue), Sr. DL - Travis Erb (Yelm), Sr. DL - Darius Waters (Lakes), Sr. I.B - John Kanongata'a (Bellevue), Sr. LB - Dylan Swaostrore (Timberline), Sr. LB - Darrian Creamer (Peninsula), Sr. LB - Taylor Nelson (Union), Sr. DB - Jamaal Kearse (Lakes), Sr. DB - Dee MaggiR (Lakes), Sr. DB - Naji Moore-Taylor (Meadowdale), St. DB - Kellen Camus (Capital), Sr. K - Race Sciabica (fellevue), St. P - Chns Uder (Sammamish), Jr. Honorable mention - Q8 Troy Wheeler (Uberty), Jr, Youth swimming State Senior Championships Results for Issaquah Swim Team and other local swimmers: GIRLS 50 freestyle: C final, 18, Helen Uu (IST) 24.84; 24, Keyla Raten (IST) 25.18; prelims, Nicole Lacoq (IS]) 25.50; 47, Kayla DiMicco (ISO 25.76; 62, Stephanie Munoz (IS/) 26.62; 69, Keeia Nurmi (IS/) 26.90; 74, Becea Fabian (IS3) 27.52. 100 freestyle: 6 final, 14, Raten 53.94; prelims, 27, Maria Volodkevich (IS]) 54.85; 28, Uu 54.93; 34, Lacoq 55.07; 59, Elise Tinseth (IS/) 56.57; 67, Jessica Rivers (ISD 56.74; 74, Nina Zook (IST) 57.02; 87, Molly Herman (BC) 57.66; 92, Nurmi 58.02; 96, Muooz 58.24; 108, Kelly Herman (BC) 59.65; 116, Caitlin Duffner (IST) 1:01.54. 200 freestyle: A final, 4, Katie Kinnear (IS]) 1:51.89; C final, 19, Raten 1:56.34; 20, Lacoq 1:58.16; 21, Stacy Maier (IS/) 1:58.91; prelims, 28, Kera Beaucharep (IST) 1:58.75; 67, M. Merman 2:03.66; 88, Bdgid Mackey (IS/) 2:07.65; 91, Jessie Dart (IS]) 2:09.24; 95,Tool Scarcello (IS/) 2:11.95. 500 freestyle: B final, Meghan O'Keefe (BC) 5:10.18; C final, Maier 5:17.30; prelims, 25, Rnten 5:14.81; 53, M. Herman 5:27.93.1,000 fieestyle: 11. Beauchamp 10:39.77.1,650 fieestyle: 15, Maier 18:16.04. 50 backstroke: A final, 7, Maier 27.90; C final, 18, Lecoq 28.73; prelims, 32, Nurmi 30.50; 40, Yui Umezawa (IS]') 31.16. 100 backstroke: A final, 2, KJnnear 55.76; 3, Andie Taylor (King) 55.86; C final, 21, Maier 59.80; pre- lims, 31, Uu 1:01.18; 39, Lecoq 1:04.93; 41, Nurmi 1:02.49; 60,Tinseth 1:03.52; 63, Sarah Elderkin (IST) 1:03.73; 80, Laurel Schy (PRO) 1:05.20; 86, Andi Scamello (IS1) 1:05.53; 89, Rivers 1:05.63; 91, Umezawa 1:05.75; 105,Abby Magoe (IST) 1:06.68; 108, Halley Theeuwen (IST) 1:07.44. 200 backstroke: A final, 1, Kinnear 1:59.53; prelims, 34, Maier 2:13.71; 37, O'Keefe 2:14.56; 44, Nurmi 2:15.45; 60.A. Scarcello 2:18.78; 61, Schy 2:18.80; 64, Rivers 2:19.01; 65, Umezawa 2:19.05; 77, DiMicco 2:20.66; 90, Theeuwen D (Fabian, Rogers, Tbeeuwon, Magee) 8:59.57. 200 medley relay: 1, KingA (Bailey, AverilI,Taylor, Mossegoe) 1:44.34; 3, ISTA [Maier. Volodkevich, Kinnear, Uu) 1:48.45; 16, IST B (Lecoq, A. Scarcello, Zook, Raton) 1:53.99; 16, 8C 6 (Kuwada. Van Maren, O'Keefe, Melby) 1:54.10; 23, PRO A (L Schy, Harper, Olynyk, Renee Schy) 1:55.76; 26, IST C (Elderkin, Beauchamp, Rivers, DiMicco) 1:56.77; 36, IST D (Nurmi, Dart, Tioseth, Muooz) 3:59.85; 37, OCA C (Larkin, Uyeno, Harns. Wibreer) 2:00.68. 400 medley relay: 1. KingA (Bailey, AvedlI,Taylor, Messogee) 3:45.61; 4, ISTA (Maier, Voledkevich, Kinnear, Raten) 3:56.93; 10, IST B (I.iu, Beauchamp, Zook Lacoql 4:01.88; BC A (Morals, Van Maren, O'Keefe, Thompson) 4:06.05; 34, IST C (Nurmi, A. Scarcello, Magoe, DiMicco) 4:21.52; 36, IST D (Elderkin, Dart, Thneuwen, Tiosath) 4:24.12. BOYS 50 freestyle: prelims. 51, Brian Ruggtes (BC) 23.84. 100 freestyle: prelims, 63, Rugglos 51.87. 200 freestyle: B final, 15, Chase Gouiart (IS/) 1:51.26; 16. Ban Allen (IST) 1:52.84; prelims, 29, Logan Briggo (IS/) 1:49.97: 67, Alex Pelumbo (BC) 1:54.21.500 freestyle: C final, 19, Goulart 4:52.63; 20, 6riggo 4:53.17; 24, Allen 5:00.12; prelims, 32, Palumbo 4:57.73; 36, Luke Dusohl (BC) 5:00.57; 71, Skyler Kertsten (BC) 5:19.67. 1,000 freestyle: 12, Polurnbo 10:01.47; 13, Goulart 10:01.52; 19, Briggs 10:08.24; 21, Allen 10:15.31.1,650 freestyle: 12, Palurebo 16:46.67; 24, Goulart 17:13.89; 38, Kersten 18:48.02. 50 backstroke: 6 final, 15, Gentry Gevers ((IST) 27.83. 100 backstroke: 8 final, 14, Dusoh155.94; 24, Allen 58.25; prelims, 53, Keraten 59.46; 83, Gevers 1:02.19; 100, Ruggles 1:05.07. 200 backstroke: A final. 7, Duschl 1:58.79; B final, 13. Bfiggs 1:58.73; prelims, 54,Allen 2:08.92; 66, Kersten 2:11.07; 68,Austin Melody (IS'I) 2:11.78. 50 breaststJoke: B final, 15, Melody 30.69. 100 breaststroke: C final, 19, Peter Trahms (ISr) 1:04.35; 23, Melody 1:05.30; prelims, 44, Kersten 1:06.88; 45, Raymond Ha (King) 1:06.06; 56, Rugglos 1:07.83; 81, Gavers 1:11.38. 200 breaststroke: B final, 15,Trehms 2:20.08; prelims, 53, Duschl 2:31.41; 58, Ha 2:33.17; 64, Kerstac 2:34.37; 69, Rugglos 2:35.16. 100 butterfly: prelims, 58,Trahms 57.72; 84, Melody 1:01.33,200 butterfly: C final, 22,Trahres 2:10.58. 200 individual medley: B final, 16, Goulart 2:02.87; C final, 21, Duschl 2:03.09; prelims, 28, Baggs 2:04.55; 35, Trehms 2:05.69; 51, Melody 2:08.25; 77, Gevers 2:14.17; 84, Rugglos 2:17.04.400 individual medley: B final, 12, Goulart 4:19.07; 14, BriSgo 4:22.07; C final, '23, Duschl 4:26.30; prelims, 30, Trahms 4:26.86; 42, Palumbe 4:35.16; 46, Allen 4:36.02. 200 freestyle relay: 13, BC C (Markwith, Ponnoocamyh, Kim, Raggles) 1:33.76; 18, IST A (Gouiart, AIlen,Trahms, Bdggs) 1:34.64. 400 freestyle relay: 11, IST A (Brigge, Allefi,Trehms, Goulart) 3:23.45; 27, BC C (Deipadne, Moline, Adler, Kersten) 3:33.04. 800 freestyle relay: 8, IST A (Bdggs, GoularL Trehms, Allen) 7:20.51; 10, BC B (Wingereon, Sholdra, Bower, Duschl) 7:25.28. 200 medley relay:. 16, IST A (Allen, Trahms, Goulart, Briggs) 1:45.11.400 medley relay: 9, BC C (Duschl, Stokes, Sbeldre, 8ower) 3:44.59; 10, ISTA (Briggs, Trahms, GoolarL Alien) 3:45.10. FROM PAGE B4 went three-for-three. Issaquah finished behind first- place Ferris and second-place Jackson at the state meet Nov. 7 in Pasco. Senior Chris Brasino led the Eagles at the state meet by plac- ing 18th in a personal best time of 15:53. Dennis Leigh, Isaac Robinson, Turner Wiley, Jon Wal- lis, Kevin LeMond and Spencer Hildie were other members of the team. 6. Lacrosse repeats title The Issaquah lacrosse club entered the season with some question marks as it had sev- eral untested players at the var- sity level. However, the team got stronger throughout the season. Issaquah defended its Washing- ton State League Division I title with a 10-9 victory against rival Mercer Island May 30 in Seattle's Memorial Stadium. Goalkeeper Cameron Danforth's save with two seconds left enabled Is- saquah to hold off a late charge by the Islanders. Jordan Goldstein and Jake Fritz each scored four goals in the title game. En route to the championship game, Issaquah defeated Skyline 13-5 in the quarterfinals and Bainbridge 5-4 in the semifinals. 7. Issaquah boys soccer reaches state The Issaquah High boys soccer team qualified for the state tour- nament for the first time last spring. The Eagles' miracle sea- son ended in the quarterfinals with a 3-2 loss to Marysville- Pilchuck on a shootout. Issaquah earned its state tour- nament berth with a 2-1 overtime victory against Evergreen, of Van- couver. Issaquah ended the season with a 12-5-2 record, not bad for a team that had won just three games the previous year. 8. He can jump, too. Skyline junior Kasen Williams is more than just a football star. He starts in basketball, and deft- nitely shines in track and field. Last spring, at the 4A state track and field championships, Williams won the high jump by going 6-10. He also took second in the triple jump and third in the long jump. Prior to the state meet, Williams won the high jump, long jump and triple jump, and ran as a member of the winning 400 relay team at the District 2 meet. 9. Lakeside wins state title Issaquah and Skyline baseball players are rivals throughout the spring. However, some of the best baseball players from both schools, along with players from Newport, become teammates in summer on the Lakeside Recovery Senior American Legion team. Last summer, Lakeside, despite the loss of some key pitchers early in the season due to in- juries, won the state AAA cham- pionship. Lakeside defeated Yakima Val- ley Pepsi Pak 8-0 July 29 in the title game at Tacoma's Heidelberg Park. Spencer Rogers, an Issaquah outfielder, was selected as the tour- nament's offensive most valuable player. He went 9 for 20, hit two home runs and drove in six runs. In preliminary contests, Lake- side walloped the pre-tournament favorites Twin City Titans 12-2 and the Kennewick Bandits 16-0. 10. Issaquah volleyball takes fifth The Issaquah volleyball team capped an inspirational run at the Class 4A state tournament Nov. 13 at Kennewick's Toyota Center. The Eagles lost their first- round contest Nov. 12, and then won three matches in the conso- lation bracket to grab fifth place. Issaquah defeated Jackson 25-17, 25-23, 27-25 in the match for fifth place. Stephanie Stoll and Alyssa Schultz combined for 25 ldlls. The Eagles, who lost to Kent- wood 3-2 in the opening round, fought back to oust Richland 3-2 and Woodinville 3-1. For the Eagles, fifth place was their highest finish since taking third in the 3A state tournament in 2005. FROM PAGE B4 retail level, but they are levied and go to the federal treasury. Every year, millions are re- turned to Washington, some as grants. But a large portion is de- posited into the state general fund, neither earmarked for con- servation nor budgeted in support of recreation. So, to fish with the department and pretend there will be a game warden around, you should only plan day to day, engage a wildlife lawyer to interpret regulations, hire a Sherpa bearer to carry them and use a Blackberry com- munication device to get the latest changes while on your way to the river. Because the expense for this is recreationally related, I'm sure it will now be subject to the federal excise tax, which will go to the state's general fund, helping to pay for its current financial short- fall in social services. Reach Dallas Cross at FisMournal@aoL com. 14ew previous arti- cles at www.FisMournaL org. Comment at www.issaquahpress.com YeMh Tournament, Issaquah vs.White River or Hazen at Bellevue Colle~ Holiday I, Uttle League - lssaquah League Tournament, Ube~y at Wibonville, Ore.; Jan. currently registering players for the 6, 7:30 p.m. Roosevelt at Issaquah (PCFC), tedn players Go to Tcumament, 7:30 p m ~ at Henry M g . , .., . Sa ~, ~quah at Lakesi~; Jan. 2, 4 train.com, p.m, Issaquah at Olympic; Jan. 5, 7:30 I~ Players wanted - Eastsk:le Baseball p.m., Roosevelt at lssaquah (PCFC). Club has summer roster spots avail- able for players 16-18. Call ~, ~ Jan. 5, 6 p.m., Issaquah vs.Woodinvilte, 4053. inglemoor at in~erno~; Jan. 6, 7 30 p.m., ~n Garfield at Uberty. I, Riding lessons - The Red Gate ~ 0111. ~ " Softball J' Jan 7, 7 p.m. ~h vs Sammamish ~, Tryou~ - The Eastside Huskies at intedake, Skyline at U~ Heaps named All-America and girls basketball teams each had something to cheer about Skyline High School quarter- during the holiday break by post- back Jake Heaps continues to ing nonleague victories last roll in the honors. Last week, week. Heaps was selected to the USA The Liberty boys snapped a Today All-USA high school foot- five-game losing streak Dec. 21 ball first team. with a come-from-behind 76-58 Heaps directed the Spartans to triumph against visiting Cedar- a third straight state champi- crest. unship earlier this month. Sky- The victory was the first of the line, with Heaps at quarterback, season for the Patriots, who went 40-2 during the past three trailed by 10 points at the end of seasons, the first quarter. Although Lib- In addition to the All-America erty fought back in the second honor, The Associated Press se- quarter, the Patriots were still lected Heaps as the state's player trailing by three points at haft- of the year and Class 4A player time. of the year. Joining Heaps on the However, Liberty exploded in AP first team were teammates the second haft. The Patriots Kasen Williams, Anthony DeMat- outscored Cedarcrest, a former teo and Evan Zeger. Williams KingCo Conference foe, 17-8 in was selected as a wide receiver, the third quarter to charge ahead DeMatteo as a linebacker and for good. Farzam Shokri led the Zeger as a defensive back. Patriots with 17 points and Liberty's Jake Bainton was se- Chandler Jenkins added 13 lected as a wide receiver on the points. 3A all-state first team. Patriot The Liberty girls won their quarterback Trey Wheeler third straight game Dec. 22 with earned honorable mention, a big fourth quarter to beat visit- ing Hazen 57-54. McLeed signs with Wake Forest Liberty jumped to a seven- point lead in the first quarter, Liberty High School pitcher but Hazen came back in the sec- John McLeod has signed a na- ond period to claim a one-point tional letter of intent to play base- lead at hafttime. Hazen ball for Wake Forest University. stretched its lead to eight points McLeod, a senior, recorded a in the third quarter, before Lib- 7-0 record with a 1.63 earned erty erupted for 27 points in the run average and 46 strikeouts final period to pull out the vic- last spring, and helped the Patri- tory. ots win the 3A/2A KingCo Con- Danni Sjolander led the eatri- ference regular-season title, ots with 21 points. Breanne The 6-foot-4, 185-pound left- Faehnrich contributed 11 points hander was a member of the and Aspen Winegar had nine Washington Nationals team at points. Arrahsay Rogers, of the 2009 Area Code Games. Hazen, led all players with 26 "John McLeod is a tall and points. lanky left-handed pitcher with great feel and command. With Issaquah wrestlers are second strength and maturity, he should be a big-time professional The Issaquah High School prospect," Wake Forest coach wrestling team finished second Tom Walter said. "At the Area Dec. 22 in the Monroe Bobcat In- Code Games in California this vitational. past summer, he was 85-89, with Issaquah's Max Tickman fin- good secondary stuff. However, ished first in the 103-pound divi- the thing that was most impres- sion by pinning Jordan Callahan, sire was that all three pitches of Monroe, in three minutes. happen out front. That is very Tyler Volk, of Issaquah, placed rare in a young arm and a good second at 171, losing the title indicator of a high upside." match to Steve Coun, of Kennedy Catholic, 16-12. Monroe won the tournament with 163 points. Issaquah was second with 128.5. Uberty basketball teams win The Liberty High School boys For the latest in sports news, go to www.issaquahpress.com. ~q