March 31, 2015
Meg Corscadden, Haley Johnson and Suzy Emerson combined for 12 goals as Issaquah cruised to 6-0 on the season with a commanding 20-8 girls lacrosse defeat of Overlake on March 25 at the Overlake School in Redmond.
March 17, 2015
Two-time all-state midfielder Suzy Emerson opened the 2015 Washington Schoolgirls Lacrosse Association season the same way she finished 2014.
The Issaquah senior scored five goals, and added three ground balls and four draw controls to lead the Eagles to a 9-3 win over Eastside Catholic on March 9 at Robinswood Park in Bellevue.
February 10, 2015
These seniors are Rotary Club of Issaquah Students of the Month.
May 27, 2014
Local lacrosse coaches recently selected their 2014 all-conference teams for both boys and girls.
Snoqualmie Conference: Suzy Emerson, Issaquah, junior; Katie Bucy, Skyline, senior; Jordan Hepperle, Issaquah, junior
KingCo Conference First Team: Zach Fritz, Issaquah, senior; Mikey Giannopulos, Issaquah, junior; Matt Thomas, Issaquah, senior; Spencer Noonan, Skyline, senior
Second Team: Charlie Kurtenbach, Skyline, junior; James Nelson, Issaquah, senior; Jordan Dondoyano, Issaquah, sophomore
Honorable Mention: Nate Holbrook, Issaquah, freshman; Andy Hutchings, Skyline, junior
May 20, 2014
Katie Bucy got a second chance and made the most of it, scoring the game winner May 16 with under a minute remaining to give Issaquah an 11-10 victory over Lake Sammamish and its first Washington high school girls state lacrosse championship.
Bucy, a Skyline High School senior who will play next year at Missouri’s Lindenwood University, delivered the winner on a free-position shot after a goal just seconds earlier was disallowed on a shooting-space violation.
“That’s the biggest goal ever,” Bucy said while celebrating with teammates from Skyline, Issaquah and Liberty high schools. “It was hit or miss, and this one was a hit.”
The shot beat Lake Sammamish goaltender and Eastlake freshman Kristene Nickel low and to the left, opposite of where she wanted to go with the shot.
December 24, 2013
Issaquah High School students have gone above and beyond in their three fundraisers so far this year.
Stuff the Bus was a toy drive for Seattle Children’s. For a week, students stuffed a bus full of toys and books for the children at the hospital. In addition, many took the time to write kind notes to patients.
“Seattle Children’s was very appreciative and they even wrote an article about Issaquah High School’s donation in the magazine they publish,” junior Suzy Emerson, Associated Student Body representative, said.