It was another successful year for Issaquah community sports.
By Greg Farrar
The trophy looks awesome up close for the Liberty High School swim team as it celebrates the school’s first-ever state swim team championship Nov. 15 at the King County Aquatic Center, earned in style with a 2A-record 348-point total.
Athletes at the three district high schools took home conference titles, state championships and, in Liberty’s case, made history in 2014.
Here is a recap of the year’s top sports stories, in no particular order:
Photos by Greg Farrar
The Issaquah High School boys cross country team sets out at the start of the 5-kilometer race Sept. 24 against Inglemoor and Bothell at St. Edward State Park in Kenmore.
Luke George (right), Issaquah High School freshman, kicks to the finish line just ahead of junior teammate Jacob Brueckman, as they finish third and fourth in the Sept. 24 cross country meet against Bothell and Inglemoor.
Cayla Seligman (left), Issaquah High School senior, freshman Kenna Clawson and her sister, senior Ellie Clawson, cheer the Issaquah boys during their cross country race Sept. 24 against Bothell and Inglemoor. Seligman had just won the girls 5-kilometer race in a time of 18 minutes, 40 seconds, while Kenna and Ellie finished fourth and fifth. Their teammate Sami Corman had also finished third, helping the girls win the meet with 22 points and an undefeated season so far.
Dark Horse Ink recently announced that print technician Zach Shaw was promoted to print manager.
Dark Horse Ink is a screen-printing company in the Delta Business Park, in Preston, and provides custom screen-printing, embroidery and thermal transfer art services.
Shaw started at Dark Horse Ink in August 2013.