Issaquah High School volleyball team spikes Bothell
September 23, 2010
By Bob Taylor
NEW — 11:20 a.m. Sept. 23, 2010
Rachel Roeder had 17 kills and 10 digs, and Riley Sorenson 30 assists Wednesday as they led the Issaquah High School volleyball team to a 3-0 4A KingCo Conference victory against host Bothell. The victory was the second straight in league play for Issaquah, which is also 4-0 overall for the season.
Issaquah won the games 25-12, 25-18, 25-17.
Sarah Hanna had eight kills, Sam Rogers five kills and four aces, and Alexa Batiquin 12 digs for the Eagles.
Liberty netters top Mount Si
The Liberty High School boys tennis team took three of four singles and swept the doubles Wednesday to defeat Mount Si 6-1 in a 3A/2A KingCo Conference match.
Thomas Lowes, of Liberty, won the No. 1 singles match by defeating Camden Foucht 6-0, 6-0. Dylan Clark and Ben Pinskey, of Liberty, took the No. 1 doubles match by beating Andrew Bottemiller and Shane Hennig 6-1, 6-3.
Liberty Patriots gallop to cross country wins
The Liberty High School boys and girls cross country teams each ran to 3A/2A KingCo Conference victories against host Juanita on Wednesday at Kirkland’s Kamiakin Junior High.
The Liberty boys won 25-32 while the girls, who took the top eight places, had a perfect score in beating the Rebels 15-50.
Senior Scott Turner, of Liberty, finished first in the boys race with a time of 17 minutes, 20 seconds. It was his first win ever in cross country. Teammate Nick Knoblich was third in 17:43. Five other Liberty runners cracked the top 10 – Chris Turner, fifth, Tyler Westenbroek, seventh, Hiron Redman, eighth, Jared Bales, ninth, and Riley Mackey, 10th.
In the girls race, Megan Chucka led the Patriots by finishing first in 21:28. Teammate Liz Ryker was second in 21:39. Right behind were Liberty’s Rachel Shaw, third, Allie Wood, fourth, Amy Broska, fifth, Michaela Chucka, sixth, Megan Larson, seventh, and Aimee Christenson, eighth.
In a 4A KingCo Conference meet Sept. 21 at Redmond’s Marymoor Park, the Issaquah boys were nipped by Roosevelt 32-33. Woodinville was third with 61 points. However, Issaquah’s Turner Wiley and Isaac Robinson finished first and second. Wiley had a winning time of 16:10 and Robinson was close behind in 16:11.
Woodinville won the girls meet with 22 points. Issaquah was second with 45 and Roosevelt third with 55. Nicole Migotsky was Issaquah’s top placer, finishing fifth in 20:28.
Issaquah golfers lose on playoff
The Issaquah High School boys golf team lost a tough 4A KingCo Conference match to host Bothell Sept. 22 at the Wayne Golf Course in Bothell. The teams were deadlocked at 193-all after regulation. Bothell won the match by a stroke on the first playoff hole.
Alex Ciszewski and Matthew Gaan each shot 37s to lead the Eagles.