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The week in Northshore Prep Sports



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    Northshore Prep Sports were cancelled on Dec. 12 and 13 due to the windstorm and its effects. Rescheduled events include:

Boys Bowling:
   (12/11) Leading the Cougars, Keith Lee posted 596 points with a high game of 257, but the team fell short as Issaquah topped Bothell 2,704 to 2,376.
   (12/11) Inglemoor bowled over Juanita 2,649 to 2,507, led by Jesse Wright's 581 points and a high game of 222.
   (12/11) Woodinville crushed Interlake 2,220 to 2,133. Steve Dertinger led the Falcons with 615 points and a high game of 233.

Girls Bowling:
   (12/11) Woodinville bumped Bellevue 1,768 to 1,670. Leading the Falcons was Whitney Ahlstand, who posted 433 points and a high game of 163.
   (12/11) Inglemoor interrupted Interlake with its blistering 2,019 to 1,694 victory. Sarah Carter led the Vikings with 480 points and a high game of 163.

Gymnastics:
   (12/14) With 33 points, Autumn Cagle won all-around honors for the Vikings by .05 points, but Issaquah edged out Inglemoor and Lake Washington, 153.85 to 147.9 to 135.35. Cagle took the vault with an 8.6. Inglemoor's Kristen Miyake took third all-around with 32 points.
   (12/14) Bothell fell to Newport 169.5 to 144.2. Callie Field led the Cougars, placing third all-around with 33.5 points.
   (12/14) Woodinville edged Redmond 126.9 to 124.8, but fell to Sammamish, who posted 146.3 points.

Boys Swimming:
   (12/14) Inglemoor fell to Newport 110-74. Leading the Vikings, Kevin Zatloukal posted wins in the 100 fly and 100 breaststroke, and swam a leg on the victorious 200 medley relay.
   (12/14) Sammamish passed up Bothell 115-65. Nico Zenger took the 50 free and 100 butterfly for the Cougars.

Wrestling:
   (12/9) Bothell's David Clark posted the only Kingco championship win at the Lake Washington Invitational, topping LW's Pat Kozu 13-10 in the 129-pound match. Bothell's Mark Condon placed second in the 135-pound bout, while Cougars Brian Spencer, Tyler Swearingen, Rob Pelton, Tom Kessinger, and Paul Maccauley posted fourth place wins, with Pat Duwar and Josh Schaefer placed fifth.
   (12/9) Inglemoor took third place out of eight teams at the Evergreen Invitational in Vancouver with a team score of 122 to Evergreen's 151. Leading the Inglemoor pack was Curt Armstrong, who took the 215-pound bout 3-0. Also placing for Inglemoor were: (101) Matt Kharammi, 4th; (129) Joel Raff, 3rd; (135) Ryan Brown, 2nd; (141) Fred Fairbanks, 2nd; (148) Brent Christine, 4th; (158) Carlos Moreno, 3rd; (168) Mike Martinson, 2nd; (178) Kip Anderson, 2nd; and (190) Dave Martinsen, 2nd.
   (12/14) Inglemoor took the final 11 matches in a row to beat Issaquah 53-16. Curtis Niguidula started the Viking's comeback, who were down 16-0, with an 8-6 decision at 122 pounds. Other winners were Moreno, Armstrong, Rath, and Brown, by pins; Fairbanks; Christene; Martinsen; Anderson; Martensen; and Willard.
   (12/14) Bothell annihilated Mercer Island 43-29, with pins by Condon, Pelton, Krueger, and Kessenger, and wins by Fee and Clark. Bothell is 2-0.
   (12/14) Woodinville barely edged Newport 61-12. Things looked bad for the Falcons early on as they took a 40-0 lead, but Woodinville pulled through, with Lang, Schmidt, Clayton, and Campbell winning by pins.