June 10, 2015
More than a half-century has passed since Roger Wilson founded the Issaquah High School wrestling program, and many things surrounding the sport have changed.
When Wilson came to Issaquah in 1961, there were only about 60 high schools statewide offering the sport, a number that has exploded to more than 350 today. And Issaquah — whose mascot was the Indians, not the Eagles — was the smallest school in its league at the time, with fewer than 400 students in three grades.
January 14, 2014
It wasn’t the ideal situation for Robert Steil to wrestle his first varsity match, but the Issaquah High School senior was up to the task.
With their regular 220-pound starter, Terrance Zaragoza, out of commission, the Eagles turned to Steil to pick up some points in their Class 4A KingCo Conference dual against rival Skyline.