Issaquah High School boys basketball team beats Newport, 56-47

January 6, 2015

By Greg Farrar Jason Crandall (20), Issaquah High School junior guard, scores and is fouled by Jace Goforth, of Newport, during the third quarter of their Jan. 3 basketball game. Issaquah won, 56-47.

By Greg Farrar
Jason Crandall (20), Issaquah High School junior guard, scores and is fouled by Jace Goforth, of Newport, during the third quarter of their Jan. 3 basketball game. Issaquah won, 56-47.

By Greg Farrar Tanner Davis, Issaquah High School sophomore forward, takes an off-balance shot at the basket and scores during the fourth quarter in the Eagles’ Jan. 3 game against Newport. Issaquah won, 56-47.

By Greg Farrar
Tanner Davis, Issaquah High School sophomore forward, takes an off-balance shot at the basket and scores during the fourth quarter in the Eagles’ Jan. 3 game against Newport. Issaquah won, 56-47.

By Greg Farrar Scott Kellum (23), Issaquah High School junior guard, lifts the basketball up to the net while being defended by Newport’s Calvin Throckmorton (left) and Cole Ruud Johnson during the fourth quarter of their Jan. 3 game. Issaquah won, 56-47.

By Greg Farrar
Scott Kellum (23), Issaquah High School junior guard, lifts the basketball up to the net while being defended by Newport’s Calvin Throckmorton (left) and Cole Ruud Johnson during the fourth quarter of their Jan. 3 game. Issaquah won, 56-47.

By Greg Farrar Tyler Gibson (3), Issaquah High School senior guard, takes aim at the hoop as he is defended by Newport senior Ryan Kingma during the fourth quarter of their Jan. 3 basketball game. Issaquah won, 56-47.

By Greg Farrar
Tyler Gibson (3), Issaquah High School senior guard, takes aim at the hoop as he is defended by Newport senior Ryan Kingma during the fourth quarter of their Jan. 3 basketball game. Issaquah won, 56-47.

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Garfield ‘tornado’ blows away Issaquah, 83-65

February 25, 2014

The Issaquah High School boys basketball team had hoped things would turn out differently than 2012, when they last played for the KingCo title against Garfield.

In front of a packed gym Feb. 21 at Juanita High School, KingCo’s two top squads were set to decide the rubber match.

Unfortunately, like two years ago, it was all Garfield from the opening tip.

By Greg Farrar Tyler Gibson, Issaquah High School junior guard, goes up to score two of his 17 points as Garfield senior guard Deeshawn Tucker defends, late in the fourth quarter of the Eagles’ 65-83 KingCo 4A championship loss Feb. 21.

By Greg Farrar
Tyler Gibson, Issaquah High School junior guard, goes up to score two of his 17 points as Garfield senior guard Deeshawn Tucker defends, late in the fourth quarter of the Eagles’ 65-83 KingCo 4A championship loss Feb. 21.

Garfield left little doubt about the outcome as it raced out to a double-digit lead before Issaquah was able to hit its second field goal, pulling away for an 83-65 win.

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