Issaquah Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Issaquah, WA

  • Thursday | via Redmond Reporter 

    Redmond High boys swimming: a splash of 'brotherhood'

    The Mustangs are friends and teammates who support each other during practices and meets. Their familial-like ties also come alive at team meals , on bus rides and wherever else the swimmers roam.

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  • Wednesday Jan 21 | via Seattle Times 

    The MEDLEY | High School Swim Blog Week 14

    What Drew Whorley's Jackson Timberwolves would like to pull off in five weeks, Eric Bartleson's Newport Knights accomplished just a year ago. During the 2013-14 school year, Newport swept the girls and boys 4A state swimming team titles.

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  • Tuesday Jan 13 | via Sammamish Review 

    Lady Wolves throttle Newport for hoops victory

    Coach Sara Goldie expected the Eastlake High School girls basketball team would have to navigate a bumpy road this season, and she was right. By Greg Farrar Eastlake High School's Sarah Priestley hoists up a shot as Newport's Katelyn Jenkins and Rachel Lundberg defend in the fourth quarter of their Jan. 7 game.

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  • Tuesday Jan 13 | via Federal Way News 

    Slide Show: Pirate's wrestle to the top of the Highl...

    Highline placed seven wrestlers in finals and received 10 placers overall and that was good enough to hold off a hard-charging Shelton Highlanders squad as the Pirates laid claim to the first place honors of the Highline School District Invitational held at the Mount Rainier Rams gymnasium Saturday. Pirates head coach Casey Rice answered the question matter-of-fact when he was asked if he thought his 3A Highline team could beat out seven other schools competing for the invitational title, including 4A school Skyline and current Narrows League co-leader Shelton with a 6-1 record.

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  • Friday Jan 9 | via Redmond Reporter 

    Redmond High boys and girls teams are giving it thei...

    The Redmond High junior point guard was satisfied with his performance, but couldn't reach overjoyed status since the Mustangs suffered a 72-66 loss to Issaquah on Dec. 19. However, the 5-foot-8 Mustang found several positives during the game that he and his teammates can replicate to find success the rest of this season. "I was just really aggressive.

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