Scoreboard

October 20, 2009

Prep football

4A KingCo Conference

League   Season         PF        PA

W-L       W-L                              CREST DIVISION

Skyline            4-0       6-1           279               53 Issaquah               3-1       4-3           179      143 Newport          2-2       4-3           172      152 Redmond            2-2       2-5             84              202 Eastlake   1-3       4-3           189      123

Garfield           0-4       2-5            67  240

CROWN DIVISION Read more

Prosecutors: Costco employee embezzled more than $60,000

October 20, 2009

King County prosecutors have filed charges against a Costco employee who Issaquah Police said bilked the company out of more than $60,000 in bogus travel expenses. Read more

Eagles win epic battle at the net against Spartans

October 20, 2009

When the Issaquah and Skyline high school volleyball teams meet on a court, it’s usually a fierce battle down to the final seconds. That was definitely the case Oct. 14 in the Pacific Cascade Freshman Campus gymnasium Read more

Don’t be afraid of this DEATHTRAP

October 20, 2009

‘Deathtrap’ cast members in the Skyline High School drama production are (from left) Jeff Stillwell as Sidney, Emma O’Melia as Helga, Derrik Petrin as Clifford, Alex Klee as Porter and Holly Griffith as Myra. By Greg Farrar

‘Deathtrap’ cast members in the Skyline High School drama production are (from left) Jeff Stillwell as Sidney, Emma O’Melia as Helga, Derrik Petrin as Clifford, Alex Klee as Porter and Holly Griffith as Myra. By Greg Farrar

Gearing up for the first fall drama of the season, Skyline High School students are hard at work perfecting their lines to bring you “Deathtrap.”

The quintessential Ira Levin production will have you on the edge of your seat from start to finish.

“It is a really interesting show that never leaves you knowing what is going on, and leaves you with plot twists you’ve never seen before,” said junior Holly Griffith, who plays Myra Bruhl.

Sidney Bruhl is a once-successful playwright whose last several productions have flopped at the box office. His desperation for a hit boils over after he receives a brilliant script from novice writer Clifford Anderson. Bruhl devises a plot to kill Anderson after telling him he will help write his script. Once Anderson is dead, Bruhl plans to take credit for the script and collect the royalties. It’s the perfect plan, he tells his wife Myra. Read more

Sports calendar

October 20, 2009

Adult Sports

Issaquah Alps Trail Club

Oct. 22, 8:30 a.m., West Tiger, 11 miles, 2,300 gain. Call 785-8469 … Oct. 23, 9:30 a.m., Dogs Welcome Hike, 4-5 miles, 600-1,000 gain. Call 206-322-0990 … Oct. 24, 9:30 a.m., North Bend’s Little Si, 5 miles, 1,300 gain. Call 837-1535 … Oct. 25, 1 p.m., Tiger Mountain-Tradition Plateau, 4-5 miles, 600 gain. Call 392-3571.

Cascade Bicycle Club Read more

Skyline, Issaquah run strong at cross country meet

October 20, 2009

Nicole Migotsky, of Issaquah, leads the way for teammate Arielle Walton, as they round the final turn of the 3-mile Klahanie Park cross country course to finish first and second, in 20:12 and 20:13, respectively, in the school district varsity women’s meet. By Don Borin/Stop Action Photography/www.donborin.com

Nicole Migotsky, of Issaquah, leads the way for teammate Arielle Walton, as they round the final turn of the 3-mile Klahanie Park cross country course to finish first and second, in 20:12 and 20:13, respectively, in the school district varsity women’s meet. By Don Borin/Stop Action Photography/www.donborin.com

The Issaquah and Skyline high school teams emerged victorious at the Issaquah School District cross country meet Oct. 14 in Klahanie Park.

Issaquah took first in the boys race to finish the season unbeaten. Skyline was tops in the girls race. Liberty finished third in both races.

This meet concluded the regular season for the teams, who now prepare for the KingCo Conference Championships at 1 p.m. Oct. 22 at Lake Sammamish State Park.

In the boys race, Issaquah scored 26 points, Skyline had 47 and Liberty scored 56. Skyline junior Kyle Branch finished first in the 3-mile boys race and Liberty senior Eric Bice was second. Read more

Guest Column

October 20, 2009

Vote ‘No’ on I-1033

The Olympian Coalition — whose members include teachers, education support staff, parents, school board members and citizens interested in the success of all of Issaquah’s students — is united in opposing Tim Eyman’s Initiative 1033 on the November ballot. Read more

Roath, Court

October 20, 2009

Grayson Court and Danelle Roath

Grayson Court and Danelle Roath

Patricia and Daniel Roath announce the engagement of their daughter, Danelle L. Roath, to Grayson D. Court. Read more

Tom Lee Moore

October 20, 2009

Tom Lee Moore, of Walla Walla, died peacefully the morning of Oct. 10, 2009, after a tenacious battle with cancer. He was 76. Read more

Newport Way trail to open Wednesday

October 20, 2009

City officials will soon cut the ribbon on a new trail along Newport Way Northwest. Read more

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