Hoops coaches pick all-conference teams

March 10, 2015

KingCo Conference basketball coaches recently announced their selections for the 2014-15 all-conference teams. Local selections are listed below.

KingCo 4A boys

MVP: Ty Gibson, Issaquah

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Issaquah girls stun Eastlake on last-second basket

February 24, 2015

Twice before, Sophie Foreman felt the heartache of having the season end with a loss to the Eastlake Wolves.

She wasn’t going to go through it a third time.

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Red-hot Taylor McKerlich leads Skyline girls to win

February 10, 2015

As a sophomore, Taylor McKerlich was mostly successful on offense when she got good position under the basket.

By Greg Farrar Jade Loville, Skyline High School freshman wing, is double-teamed by Issaquah’s Tatum Dow (left) and Ellen MacNary during the fourth quarter of their Feb. 5 basketball game.

By Greg Farrar
Jade Loville, Skyline High School freshman wing, is double-teamed by Issaquah’s Tatum Dow (left) and Ellen MacNary during the fourth quarter of their Feb. 5 basketball game.

A year later, after diligently working on her jump shot, she has proven to be an even more valuable commodity for the Skyline High School girls basketball team.

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Eagles keep Wildcats winless

December 23, 2014

by Greg Farrar Maya Witherspoon, Issaquah High School freshman guard, is fouled in the second quarter while driving between Mount Si’s Mady Privatsky (left) and Camryn Buck. Witherspoon sunk one of her free throw shots, contributing to the Eagles’ 62-47 victory.

by Greg Farrar
Maya Witherspoon, Issaquah High School freshman guard, is fouled in the second quarter while driving between Mount Si’s Mady Privatsky (left) and Camryn Buck. Witherspoon sunk one of her free throw shots, contributing to the Eagles’ 62-47 victory.


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Eastlake eliminates Issaquah in girls hoops

February 25, 2014

A big first-half deficit proved too much for the Issaquah High School girls basketball team to overcome, and it ended the Eagles’ season Feb. 18.

Issaquah trailed 12-1 after one quarter, 29-10 at halftime, and a 24-point fourth quarter wasn’t enough as the Eagles lost to the Eastlake Wolves, 53-48, in the Class 4A KingCo Conference girls basketball tournament at Juanita High School in Kirkland.

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