Prep sports are in full swing, and highlighting this week's events were big wins in Boys Basketball for the Falcons and Vikings, Cougar Girls Basketball, and Inglemoor Wrestling.
(12/1) Woodinville stomped Cascade 60-54, led by Marques Tuiasosopo's 17 points. Sean Brix circled the Falcon wagons late in the game with a four-point run that inspired an 8-0 rally that led the Falcons to victory.
(12/5) Woodinville ousted Bellevue 60-49, led again by Tuiasosopo who posted 20 points, and Curt Mason with 18 points.
(12/5) Ryan Wilkerson had 20 points and Al Minahan 15, but Inglemoor fell short of Issaquah, 64-58. Chris Perkins scored 14 points.
(12/5) Bothell fell to Mercer Island 65-60 in a tight game. The Cougars, led by Brian Telfholz's 22 points and Jeff Land's 12 points, held the lead until Mercer Island took over at the 90-second mark.
(12/8) Inglemoor's Al Minahan came up with a whopping 33 points while Ryan Wilkerson contributed 11 to hand Eastlake its first loss, 67-45.
(12/8) Woodinville ran amok against Puyallup, scoring 86 points to the Vikings' 61 in a non-stop action game. High scorer were Brix (15) Tuiasosopo (14), Curt Mason (11), and Tim Burrows (8).
(12/8) Bothell lost its second Kingco match 66-49 to Redmond. Jeff Nelson and Todd Roach each had 10 points.
(12/1) Bothell topped Marysville-Pilchuck 71-52. The Cougars were led by Jennae Krell and Brenda Fitzer, who both posted 14 points, and Sara Raynor, who scored 12 points and 20 rebounds.
(12/1) Inglemoor stopped Seattle Prep 60-54, led by Rose Connolly's 20 points, including three 3-pointers. Cory Enghusen posted 11 points, 14 rebounds, and 11 blocked shots.
(12/6) Inglemoor fell to Issaquah by a narrow margin, 41-38. Cori Enghusen posted nine points, nine blocked shots, and 12 rebounds for the Vikings.
(12/6) Leading Woodinville's comeback to victory was Jaime Thompson, who posted 16 points and 11 rebounds in the 47-40 lashing of Bellevue. Janelle Nagel added 13 points and posted eight rebounds for the Falcons.
(12/6) Bothell sent Mercer Island packing with a 53-16 victory for the Cougars. Jen Babin led the Cougars with 15 points, Becki Ashbaugh boosted the total with her 11 points, and Sara Raynor tallied 10 points and eight rebounds.
(12/8) Krell scored a three-pointer in the last seconds of the game against Redmond to clinch a 56-50 win. The shot brought her game total to 20 points, with Babin right behind with 17.
(12/8) Inglemoor dropped a high-scoring close one to Eastlake, 71-65. Connelly's 19 points were a highlight.
(12/8) The Falcons couldn't keep up with Puyallup in a non-conference match, losing 45-28.
(12/7) Inglemoor topped Redmond 142.75 to 125.55, led by Autumn Cagle, who took all-around honors and three of the four events (floor exercise, bars, and vault), and finished second to teammate Kristen Miyake on the balance beam.
(12/7) Woodinville took fourth in a four-way meet with 130.3 points against Issaquah (148.2), Bellevue (142.2), and Eastlake (139.2).
(12/7) Bothell topped Sammamish and Lake Washington in a three-way meet, 139.8 to 138 to 136.6, respectively. Callie Field took all-around honors for the Cougars.
(12/7) Bellevue splashed Bothell, 123-63. Joel Springer broke the Bothell school record with 226.6 points in diving.
(12/7) Inglemoor hung Interlake out to dry in their 96-82 victory. Leading the Vikings, Mike Laudermilk took the 100 breaststroke and swam legs on the 200 medley and the 400 free relays.
(12/7) Woodinville fell to Mercer Island, 141-45.
(12/5) Winning five matches by pins, Bothell topped Interlake 45-30. In the heavyweight round, Casey Iliam-Hauser posted a 13-8 victory.
(12/5) Inglemoor snuck past Sammamish 67-9, posting eight pins. Curtis Nizuidula recorded a 46-second pin for the Vikings in the 115-class bout.