Skyline Spartans earn all-state soccer honors
January 21, 2011
By Bob Taylor
NEW — 3 p.m. Jan. 21, 2011
Three members of the Skyline High School girls soccer team were voted to the Washington State Coaches all-state Class 4A first team.
Forward Michelle Bretl, midfielder Maddie Christ and goalkeeper Tina Vargas were on the first team. Three other Spartans were honored, too. Midfielder Madi Barney was voted to the second team. Defenders Jackie Wilson and Dom Randle earned honorable mention.
Forward Jaclyn Softli, of Eastlake, also received first-team honors.
Forward Kimi Fry, of Liberty, was named to the Class 3A first team. Cassidy Nangle, of Liberty, made the second team.
The all-state teams were based on voting by state high school soccer coaches.
Issaquah High School wrestlers down Eastlake
The Issaquah High School wrestling team overwhelmed short-handed Eastlake 49-22 Thursday in a 4A KingCo Conference match. Eastlake, the host team, forfeited five matches, including all of the upper weights (171-285).
Issaquah, 5-2 in dual meets this season, got a pin from David White in the 152-pound class. Max Tickman also posted a major decision (13-0) to win the 122-pound match. In one of the key matches, Jerdon Helgeson defeated Eastlake’s Max Benjamin, 12-8 in a battle of 130-pounders. Issaquah’s Joseph Tonnemaker topped Cole Neves, 11-7 involving two of the league’s better 145-pounders.
Eagles second in gymnastics meet
Senior Olivia Goree took all-around honors Thursday but the Issaquah High School gymnastics team still ended up second in a four-team meet at Ballard. Issaquah finished with 163.85 points while Ballard took first with 167.95 points. Inglemoor was third with 158 points and Redmond fourth with 152.2.
Goree scored 36.6 to win the all-around. She also placed first on the balance beam with a 9.55. Goree was second in the floor exercise (9.65) and second in the uneven parallel bars (8.4). Teammate AJ Bowers was second on the vault (9.25).
Liberty wrestlers fall to Mount Si
Mount Si High School’s wrestling team had five pins as it overwhelmed visiting Liberty 54-22 Thursday in a 3A/2A KingCo Conference wrestling match.
While Mount Si dominated the match between longtime conference rivals, Liberty did get pins from Austin Sivret (112) and Hamilton Noel (152). Jay Chakravarty (160) also won his match with a major decision.
Ryley Absher (103), Tanner Stahl (119), Brice Stuart (145), Shane Dixon (171) and John Farmer (189) recorded Mount Si’s pins.