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(1/9) Inglemoor handed Redmond its first defeat in their 66-64 victory. Leading the Vikings (9-2) was Al Minahan, who had 19 points including the game winning roll-in with four seconds left. Chris Perkins, 17 points, Steve DeVoe, who had six assists and 11 points, and Ryan Wilkerson's 10 points and four steals added to the Inglemoor effort.
Marques Tuiasosopo continued his barrage posting 14 points as Woodinville stymied Sammamish 54-52. Sean Brix sunk the game winning three-pointer for the Falcons (9-2).
Bothell battered Bellevue behind a blistering barrage by Brian Trofholz's tremendous 27 points and 20 rebounds to triumph 82-77. Josh Carp added 14 points to the Cougar onslaught, as did Jeff Thompson and Todd Roche, who had 10 points each.
(1-12) Both Bothell and Inglemoor scored high to post big wins. Bothell beat Issaquah 77-74 in double overtime, with leaders Trofholz and Jeff Land scoring 18 points each. Thompson added 10 to the total.
The Vikings totaled 75 points to Samamish's 51 in their win, led by top scorers Wilkerson (20), Perkins and Acholanu (12 each), and Minahan (10).
Woodinville faced powerful Mercer Island and suffered a 76-48 defeat. Tuiasosopo shot for just 13 points, with Brix next with 9.
(1/9) Inglemoor fell to Redmond 62-47, falling to 3-4 in the standings. Rose Connely tallied 14 points and eight rebounds for the Vikings, Gretchen Olson added 12 points, and Lisa McConnachie posted 10.
Bothell doubled up on Bellevue, dealing out a harsh 78-35 punishment. Jen Babin led the Cougars (10-2) with 20 points, backed up by Sara Raynor, who scored 10.
(1/10) Woodinville, now without three of their senior starters due to knee injuries, lost to Sammamish 44-16. Kori Cossey led the Falcons with eight points.
(1-12) Bothell shot a whopping 71 points to beat Issaquah 31. Babin led again with 22 points, and Raynor and Becki Ashbaugh both contributed 10.
Inglemoor squeaked by Samammish 40-39, with Cori Enghausen leading the Vikings with 10 points.
Woodinville fell to Mercer Island 47-42. Cossey led the Falcons with 12 points.
(1/8) Led by Steve Dertinger, who had 586 points and a high game of 244, Woodinville stymied Sammamish 3-0, 2,320-1,766.
Evan Miller set the pace for the Cougars with 500 points and a high game of 225 as Bothell blasted Bellevue 3-0, 2,572-2,069.
Inglemoor fell to Issaquah 3-0, 2,655-2,471. Jesse Wright posted 572 points and a high game of 209 for the Vikings.
(1/8) Setting the tone for the Cougars, Mischelle Chris scored 436 points and a high game of 166 as Bothell chastised Interlake 3-0, 1,963- 1,444.
Whitney Ahlstrand's 447 points and high game of 153 wasn't enough as Woodinville fell to Juanita 2-1, 1,810-1,823.
(1/4) Inglemoor fell in a close battle with Juanita, 153.9-152.15, where Autumn Cagle took all-around with 33.85, and Kristen Miyake took second with 33.15 for the Vikings, logging in the best totals for the Inglemoor duo.
Bothell toppled Redmond 136-126.1, led by Callie Fields, who took all-around honors with 32.2, winning the bars and vault and scoring 8.7 on the floor exercise. Viking teammate Michelle Axley took second all-around with 28.8.
The Falcons fell to Bellevue, 136.6-114.8. Woodinville leaders included Jill Folsom, who placed third on the vault with a 7.7, and Laura Clark who grabbed third on the beam with a 7.2.
(1/11) Inglemoor sophomore Autumn Cagle continues to beat her own best scores, taking all-around honors with 34 points with new personal bests on the bars (8.6), the floor (8.3) and the beam (8.7). Inglemoor beat Lake Washington but fell to Mercer Island in a three-way meet, 154.5 to 150.2 to 140.7.
Bothell beat Eastlake but lost to Sammamish in their three-way meet, 149.7 to 146.6 to 145. Callie Field grabbed first in the vault, beam (9.3), bars and floor (8.8) to take all-around honors with 34.1 points.
Woodinville lost to Juanita and Interlake in their three-way meet, 154 to 147.45 to 137.85.
(1/11) Inglemoor walloped winless Woodinville 114-72. Propelling the Vikings were Mike Laudermilk and, who took the 50 freestyle and the 100 freestyle, and Kevin Zatloukal, who snatched the 100 butterfly and the 100 breaststroke. Zatloukal and Laudermilk also swam legs on the victorious 200 and 400 freestyle relay. Ryan Leak took the 200 IM.
(1/8) Winning three matches by pins, Inglemoor crushed Eastlake 54-15. Korrani, M. Martinsen, and Andersen each posted pins.
(1/10) Inglemoor upended previously unbeaten Bothell in a 51-18 rout. Those with victories for the 4-0 Vikings included Khorrami, Raff, Brown, Pritchett, Christine, M. Martinsen, Andersen, D. Martinsen, Armstrong, and Paul. Wins for the Cougars included Swearingen, Fee, and Kortlever. Two of the three Bothell victories were by pins.
Woodinville stymied Redmond in a 48-22 victory. Falcon victories included Van Vactor, Runez by pin, Rudd, Chester and Schmidt by pins, Clayton, Campbell, and Palmquist and Amundson by pins.
(1/11) Kip Andersen is 17-0 with his latest pin in the 178 class, catapulting the Vikings to a victory over Redmond, 44-24. Also posting wins for Inglemoor (5-0) were Raff, Brown, M. Martinsen, Armstrong, and Paul.
Bothell put the kibosh on Eastlake's hopes for victory overpowering them 42-30. Wins for the Cougars include Spencer by pin, Swearingen, Clark by pin, Condon by pin, Kessinger by pin, and Schaeffer.