No. 1 Liberty High School booters stop Saints

October 6, 2010

By Bob Taylor

NEW — 1:30 p.m. Oct. 6, 2010

The Liberty High School girls soccer team punched in two first half goals Tuesday en route to a 2-0 victory against the visiting Interlake Saints in a 3A/2A KingCo Conference game.

Liberty boosted its league-leading record to 7-0.

Nicole Marlow and Mollie Cooke scored Liberty’s goals.

Goalkeepers Macaire Ament and Jennifer Rucker recorded the shutout.

In other action, it was Juanita 1, Lake Washington 0; Mercer Island 2, Mount Si 0; and Bellevue 1, Sammamish 0.

Issaquah, Skyline soccer teams keep on rolling

The Issaquah and Skyline high-school girls soccer teams both posted victories Tuesday to remain undefeated in the 4A KingCo Conference.

Issaquah, 5-0 and in first place, shut out Newport 2-0. Audrey Thomas and Rachel Wheeler scored Issaquah’s goals. Goalkeeper Brooke Miller recorded the shutout as Issaquah went to 9-1 on the season.

Skyline surrendered its first goals of the season but still coasted to a 7-2 triumph against host Ballard in Seattle Memorial Stadium. Madi Barney scored two goals, and Maddie Christ had a goal and four assists for Skyline.

Barney, assisted by Christ, put Skyline ahead 1-0 just two minutes into the game. Ballard stunned the Spartans at the 14th minute when Kat Anesini scored a goal. Alisha Connors, assisted by Christ, put Skyline ahead for good at the 28th minute.

Skyline, the defending 4A state champions, went to 4-0 in league action and 9-0 for the season.

In other action, it was Eastlake 5, Inglemoor 0; Redmond 4, Garfield 1 and Bothell 2, Roosevelt 1.

Issaquah swimmers post two wins

The Issaquah High School girls swim team picked up two 4A KingCo Conference victories Tuesday when the Eagles defeated Inglemoor and Eastlake at the Juanita High School pool.

Issaquah defeated Inglemoor 115-70 and beat Eastlake 111-75.

Stacy Maier and Kayla Flaten each had two first places for Issaquah.

Maier had state-qualifying times in winning the 200 individual medley (2:14.71) and the 100 backstroke (1:01.27).

Flaten won the 50 freestyle in 26.06 and took the 100 freestyle in 56.07.

Maier and Flaten also helped Issaquah win both the 200 medley relay and 400 freestyle relay. Marit Borth and Kelly Herman were other members of both relays.

In the 3A KingCo Conference, Liberty lost to Juanita 114-85. Nicole Lecoq, who has qualified for state in every individual event, won two events for Liberty. Lecoq won the 50 freestyle and the 100 freestyle. Other Liberty first places came from Elise Tinseth in the 200 freestyle and Caitlin Duffner in the 200 individual medley.

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