October 12, 2015
NEW — 2 p.m. Oct. 12, 2015
The Liberty High School soccer team outscored opponents 8-1 last week, going 2-0 to improve its season record to 7-1-2.
Cameron Nelson scored twice in the Patriots 4-1 win over Sammamish Oct. 6. Makenna Carr and Sydney Abel each had one goal, while Jordan Hemmen picked up three assists and Sydney Willoughby had one.
Two days later, Kimee Chavez, Kalyn Gill, Maddy Mak and Hemmen scored in the Patriots’ 4-0 win over Lake Washington. Kelli Anderson, Abel and Willoughby each had one assist.
As of press time, Liberty was in second place in the Class 2A/3A KingCo Conference standings with 16 points. Mercer Island was in first with 18 points, while Bellevue was just behind Liberty with 15 points. Read more
October 5, 2015
NEW — 3:55 p.m. Oct. 5, 2015
The Liberty High School girls soccer team dropped its first match of the season Oct. 1, falling to an undefeated Mercer Island squad, 1-0.
Earlier in the week, the Patriots defeated Bellevue, 2-0. Freshman Cameron Nelson scored in the 23rd minute, assisted by Maddy Mak. Sophomore Makenna Carr added an unassisted goal in the 59th minute. Goalkeepers Sydney Argosino and Jasmine Curl combined for the shutout.
As of press time, Liberty’s 3-1-1 Class 3A/2A KingCo Conference record, good for 10 points, had the Patriots in third place behind league-leading Mercer Island and Bellevue. Read more
September 28, 2015
NEW — 2:10 p.m. Sept. 28, 2015
Girls swimming and diving
The Liberty High School girls swimming and diving team won 11 of 12 events at its meet against rival Hazen on Sept. 22.
Sophomore Abby Russell led the Patriots with two individual wins in the 100-yard and 200-yard freestyles. Read more
September 21, 2015
NEW — 6:06 p.m. Sept. 21, 2015
The Liberty football team improved to 3-0 on the season with its 38-27 come-from-behind win over Interlake Sept. 18.
After heading into halftime down 20-10, the Patriots outscored Interlake 18-7 in the second half to clinch their first league win of the year.
Liberty next hosts Lake Washington 7 p.m. Sept. 25. Read more
September 14, 2015
NEW — 12:54 p.m. Sept. 14, 2015
The Liberty High School girls soccer team didn’t lose a match in the season’s first week.
After a season-opening 1-1 draw against Issaquah on Sept. 7, the Patriots went on to defeat rival Hazen, 1-0, on Sept. 8 and Marysville-Pilchuck, 4-1, on Sept. 10.
Senior Jordan Hemmen was the team’s leading goal-scorer with three goals in three matches. She picked up the lone goal against Issaquah before tacking on two more against Marysville-Pilchuck.
Sophomore Makena Carr scored twice against Marysville-Pilchuck, while sophomore Kalyn Gill picked up the winning score against Hazen. Read more
October 23, 2012
A handful of local golfers from Skyline and Issaquah high schools played a lot of golf in a relatively short span last week, but were rewarded for their endeavors when they showed up among the top 10 finishers of the Sea-King 4A District golf championships Oct. 16 and 17 at Willows Run Golf Course in Redmond.
The most consistent local to burn up the links was Issaquah freshman Zack Overstreet, who in the qualifying rounds Oct. 16 carded 36s on the front and back nine (72), which is par for 18 holes at Willows.
The next day, which proved a bit more playable weather-wise, the exceptional frosh newcomer to the tournament again played well for the Eagles. He outdid his earlier par score, by managing four birdies to fire a 68 and finished districts two strokes off the frontrunner, Eastlake’s Li Wang’s 138, with a two-day bottom line of 140 for 72 holes, winding up as the tourney’s silver medalist.
October 4, 2011
Brian Mogg always finds a way to get even. On the golf course, that is.
At the Sept. 27 cross-town match against the undefeated Eastlake Wolves, Skyline’s No. 1 golfer birdied the ninth hole for the third straight time to bring his score to 36.
“I really wanted to get even,” said Mogg, a standout sophomore who has won and placed in the top 10 in numerous regional youth tournaments. “I just try so much harder.”
While Mogg was the medalist at The Plateau Club after shooting an even 36 on the back nine, Eastlake pulled off another win to go 8-0 on the season. Despite No. 1 Li Wang tallying a 45, the Wolves managed to out-stroke Skyline 200-212.
Eastlake relied on low scores from sophomore Spencer Weiss and No. 10 golfer, freshman Colby Stirrat, both of whom scored a 3-over 39. They were the only other two to finish under 40.
Skyline was unable to place anyone else in the top five, as Eastlake’s Will Sharp compiled a 40-stroke performance and RP McCoy, Jack Fisher and Paul Russo all put up a 5-over 41.
October 4, 2011
NEW — 10:45 a.m. Oct. 4, 2011
The top five Issaquah High School players, led by Weston Mui, shot in the 30s Monday as the Eagles defeated rival Skyline 186-189 in a KingCo Conference 4A golf match at the Snoqualmie Falls Golf Course.
Mui shot a par 36 on Issaquah’s home course to share medalist honors with Skyline’s Brian Mogg and Kelly Sullivan.
Sid Raman, Bryan Jung and Brian Batt all shot 37s, and Fletcher Martin had a 39 to round out Issaquah’s top five scores. However, Taylor Swingle and Evan Ko also shot 39s. Danny Baumer just missed the group with a 40.
September 20, 2011
The Liberty High School boys golf team played well Sept. 12 against Mercer Island, one of the perennial state powers, but could not pull off the upset as the Patriots lost, 206-210, in a KingCo Conference 3A/2A match at Maplewood Golf Course.
Liberty’s Roland Deex was medalist with a one-over-par 37. Dylan Holt also shot a 40 for the Patriots.
September 13, 2011
NEW — 11:30 a.m. Sept. 13, 2011
Bob Loo, of Issaquah, and Albert Lim, of Sammamish, are among the 650 shooters from across the United States who will be competing in the STI USPSA National Handgun Championships from Saturday to Sept. 24 at the Desert Sportsman’s Rifle and Pistol Club in Las Vegas.
Competitors will face 20 courses of fire that are designed to test speed and accuracy using multiple targets.
Organizers expect competitors to put more than 250,000 rounds of ammunition downrange during the event.