Issaquah Little League hosts Championship Day tomorrow

June 6, 2014

NEW — 3 p.m. June 6, 2014

The community is invited to join Issaquah Little League for a day full of fun, food and championship games June 7.

It all goes down from noon to 2 p.m. at Dodd Field, 565 N.W. Holly St., where fans can watch baseball and softball teams battle for the championship title.

Attendees can munch on free hot dogs, drinks and ice cream, while taking a turn at the dunk tank, testing their throwing arm against a speed machine or playing in a bouncy house.

Coaches and managers will engage in a water balloon toss competition, and prizes and giveaways will be awarded.

Opening the archives

March 25, 2014

An ongoing look at memorable images from Issaquah’s past

Baseball, circa 1940-1955

Paul Koss and his baseball team decided to dress in drag for a game. The ensemble was completed by very large tennis shoes that flapped when he ran. The other team, whose pitcher was E. Croston, got wind of the cross-dressing and did the same.

2011.019.001

 

The Issaquah History Museums take requests regarding what people would like to see in the Digital Collection. Roughly quarterly, volunteers have a data-entry day and prep a bunch of records for upload. If there is a particular name, place or item you’d like to see more images of on the website, email Erica Maniez at erica.maniez@issaquahhistory.org. If you have a photo or subject you would like to see in this feature, email editor@isspress.com.

End of an era

August 20, 2013

Final Gellatly brother prepares for senior season at Issaquah

By Greg Farrar Jack Gellatly, Issaquah High School running back, holds off O’Dea junior defensive back Jack Murphy on the last yard of his 19-yard touchdown run against the Irish Sept. 14, 2012.

By Greg Farrar
Jack Gellatly, Issaquah High School running back, holds off O’Dea junior defensive back Jack Murphy on the last yard of his 19-yard touchdown run against the Irish Sept. 14, 2012.

Robert and Susan Gellatly could be considered the ultimate Issaquah Eagles sports fans.

They’ve been going to football and baseball games for more than 10 years, witnessing two state championships and countless playoff runs along the way.

Read more