Issaquah, Skyline volleyball players earn all-league

November 22, 2011

Seniors Sam Rogers, of Issaquah High School, and Maddie Magee, of Skyline High School, were named to the KingCo Conference 4A all-league first team.

Rogers, an outside hitter, was one of three seniors on the young Issaquah team. The year before, she helped the Eagles finish second in the 4A state tournament. This year, Rogers sparked Issaquah to the KingCo tournament.

Magee, an outside hitter, had a spectacular year for the Spartans. She led them to the 4A state tournament where Skyline placed sixth. Magee, who has signed a national letter of intent with University of Oregon, was also selected to the all-tournament team.

Other members of the all-league first team were outside hitters Sarah O’Connor, of Roosevelt; Peircen Lundquist, of Bothell; Jazmine Johnson-McCoy, of Garfield; Ali Forde, of Woodinville; middle hitter Casey Schoenleim, of Newport; libero Sophia Black, of Garfield; and setter Maile Munro, of Roosevelt.

Outside hitter Hallie Erdahl and setter Madison Stoa, of Skyline, were named to the second team.

McKenzie Bostic and Lindsey Ferguson, of Issaquah; and Molly Mounsey, of Skyline, received honorable mention.

Outside hitter Aspen Winegar, of Liberty High School, was named to the KingCo 3A/2A second team. Megan Tsutakawa and Taylor Weik, of Liberty, received honorable mention.

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Skyline volleyball team earns KingCo No. 3 berth

November 4, 2011

NEW — 2 p.m. Nov. 4, 2011

The Skyline High School volleyball team kept its hopes of earning a state tournament berth alive Thursday when the Spartans won two matches at the KingCo Conference 4A Tournament at Bothell. The two victories enabled Skyline, 15-4 overall, to win the KingCo No. 3 berth.

By winning the league’s No. 3 berth, Skyline meets the Western Conference No. 3 team Saturday in a match to determine a berth into next week’s Class 4A state tournament at St. Martin’s College.

Skyline twice fought back to win its matches after dropping the first set. In Skyline’s first match of the day, the Spartans stunned 10th-ranked Roosevelt 3-1.

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Mount Si volleyball team sweeps Liberty

October 18, 2011

The Mount Si High School volleyball team swept host Liberty, 3-0, Oct. 3 in a KingCo Conference 3A/2A match. Mount Si won the games, 25-17, 25-19, 25-19.

Sarah McDonald had 13 kills and four aces to lead Mount Si. Aspen Winegar had nine aces to top Liberty.

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Issaquah Eagles golfers top Skyline Spartans

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.

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Skyline High volleyball wins second straight match

September 8, 2011

NEW — 11:30 a.m. Sept. 8, 2011

The Skyline High School girls volleyball team won its second straight match of the season Wednesday when the Spartans blanked visiting Lake Washington 3-0 in nonleague play.

Skyline won the matches 25-17, 25-17, 25-18. Madison Stoa had 13 assists and three aces to lead Skyline. Molly Mounsey contributed three blocks.

Skyline also defeated host Liberty 3-1 in a nonleague match.

Skyline won 25-14, 25-15, 16-25, 25-15. Stoa had six kills and 24 assists. Halle Erdhal had 15 kills, 12 digs and four aces for the Spartans. Taylor Weik had a big match for Liberty with 10 kills, three blocks and eight digs.

Megan Tsutakawa contributed five kills, 27 assists and three aces for the Patriots. In addition, Lindsey Linden had eight kills, nine digs and six aces and Delane Agnew eight kills and six blocks for Liberty.

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Eagles dominate volleyball team

November 23, 2010

The Issaquah High School volleyball team, which had its best season ever, swept the top individual honors and dominated the 4A KingCo Conference all-league team.

Issaquah senior Rachel Roeder, an outside hitter, was selected as the league’s most valuable player. Senior libero Alexa Batiquin was chosen as the league’s top defensive player. Todd Parsons, who led Issaquah to the league title and a second place finish at the state tournament, was picked as the league’s coach of the year. Issaquah was 10-0 in league competition.

The all-KingCo first team also included Issaquah outside hitter Sarah Hanna and setter Riley Sorenson. Rounding out the all-league team were outside hitter Ali Forde and setter Carmen Vasilatos, of Woodinville; outside hitter Gwen Gillies, of Newport; and outside hitter Sarah O’Connor, of Roosevelt.

Earning honorable mention were Samantha Rogers and Maddy Emerson of Issaquah, and Jocelyn Reynolds and Andrea Chon, of Skyline.

Aspen Winegar, of Liberty, was selected to the 3A/2A All-KingCo first team. Teammates Sarah Hewitt and Megan Tsutakawa received honorable mention.

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Issaquah Eagles clinch tie for volleyball title

October 21, 2010

UPDATED — 10:55 a.m. Oct. 21, 2010

The Issaquah High School girls volleyball team clinched at least a tie for the 4A KingCo Conference regular-season volleyball title Wednesday when the Eagles defeated host Ballard 3-0.

Issaquah won the games 25-8, 25-18, 25-12. The Eagles got strong punch again up front from Rachel Roeder, who had 19 kills, and Sarah Hanna, who had 10 kills. Setter Riley Sorenson had 28 assists and Nina Moore had 11 assists.

The Eagles are 9-0 in league action with one match left to play Oct. 25 at second-place Newport,8-1.

Newport had been tied with Issaquah for first place prior to Wednesday. However, the Knights were upset by Roosevelt 3-1.

In other action, Skyline defeated Redmond 25-22, 25-12, 25-14. Kennedy Stoa had 32 assists and Mikayla Silva had 10 kills for Skyline, 3-6 in league play. Halle Erdahl contributed eight kills and five aces for the Spartans.

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Issaquah Eagles edge Roosevelt in volleyball battle

October 19, 2010

NEW — 10:45 a.m. Oct. 19, 2010

The Issaquah High School volleyball team got one of its toughest battles of the season Monday when the Eagles edged visiting Roosevelt 3-2 in a 4A KingCo Conference match. Issaquah, 8-0 in league play and tied with Newport for the lead, won the tie-breaking game 15-10.

The match was hard fought from the start with Roosevelt winning the first game 32-30. Issaquah won the next two games 25-17 and 25-17. However, Roosevelt took the fourth game 25-19 to force the tiebreaker.

Issaquah had several outstanding efforts in the match. Rachel Roeder had 32 kills, 10 digs and four aces. Riley Sorenson had 60 assists, 15 digs and three aces. Sarah Hanna had 13 kills and Alexa Batiquin had 26 digs. Sam Rogers contributed six kills and five aces. Maddy Emerson added 10 digs and Kelsey Mollick si aces.

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Issaquah High School volleyball routs Redmond

October 12, 2010

NEW — 11:20 a.m. Oct. 12, 2010

The unbeaten Issaquah High School volleyball team cruised by host Redmond 3-0 Monday in a 4A KingCo Conference match. Issaquah won the games 25-19, 25-14, 25-18.

Sarah Hanna led the Eagles with 12 kills, 10 digs and three aces. Riley Sorenson added 30 assists and four aces, and Rachel Roeder had 10 kills.

Issaquah improved season mark to 9-0 and league record to 6-0. The Eagles remained tied with Newport for first place. Newport also won, defeating Eastlake 25-23, 25-17, 25-20.

In other action, Skyline topped Bothell 3-1. Bothell won the first game 25-21 but Skyline bounced back to win the remaining games 25-21, 25-23, 27-25.

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Unbeaten Eagles spike another volleyball victory

October 7, 2010

NEW — 12:15 p.m. Oct. 7, 2010

Rachel Roeder had 24 kills and 10 digs Wednesday as she led the unbeaten Issaquah High School volleyball team to a 3-1 4A KingCo Conference victory against rival Skyline.

Issaquah won the first game 25-13 but Skyline fought back to take the second game 25-17. The Eagles captured the third game 25-6 and wrapped up the match by winning the fourth game 25-20.

The Eagles, coming off a big victory earlier in the week against Woodinville, again had a strong all-around team effort. Sarah Hanna contributed 20 kills and three blocks. Riley Sorenson had 48 assists and five aces. Sam Rogers’ serving led to a seven aces and Alexa Batiquin had 12 digs.

Issaquah improved its league-leading record to 5-0 and season mark to 8-0.

Maddie Magee had 11 kills, Andrea Chon had 14 digs and Madison Stoa had 19 assists for Skyline, which is 1-4 in league and 4-5 on the season.

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