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The week in Northshore Prep Sports

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Topping the headlines in Prep Sports this week was the Falcon upset of previously unbeaten Inglemoor in wrestling, 31-29. Inglemoor Girls continue to show their fierce talent in a blistering 56-27 rout over Juanita. Inglemoor remains dangerous in swimming, 5-3 in the Crown division.

Boys Basketball

   (1/16) Led by Al Minahan's 19 points, the Vikings failed to convert as they fell to Juanita 55-51. Chris Perkins had 25 points.
   Sean Brix scored 21 points to catapult Woodinville over Interlake, 69- 51. Jeremy Harris tallied 16, while Marques Tuiasosopo and Curt Mason each had 14.

Girls Basketball

   (1/17) Inglemoor doubled up on Juanita 56-27, led by Serene Smart's 13 points and Rose Connely's 11 points. Cory Enghusen posted eight points, 13 rebounds, and five blocked shots for the Vikings.
   Interlake proved the palindrome of Woodinville as they won 62-26. Leading the Falcons were Amy Rogers and Jamie Thompson, who tallied eight points each, and Dana French, who snatched eight rebounds.

Boys Bowling

   (1/17) Inglemoor beat Sammamish 2,498 to 2,346. Justin Kallio led the Vikings with 580 and a high game of 232.
   Bothell crushed Interlake 2,313 to 1,845. Pacing the Cougars were Evan Miller, who posted 513 and a high game of 197, and Rob Taylor's 513 and high game of 202.
   Woodinville fell to Issaquah 2,353 to 2,006. Falcon leader was Flint Jackson, who posted 430 points and a high game of 159.

Girls Bowling

   (1/17) Issaquah stymied Inglemoor 2,232 to 2,026. Dalene Gilly led the Vikings with 421 points and a high game of 159.
   Bothell won their bout 2,069 to 1,881. Woodinville crushed Bellevue 1,814 to 1,394. Juliana Weyand was tops for the Falcons with 396 points and a high game of 152.


   (1/17) Bothell took second in a three-way meet, losing to Juanita but defeating Bellevue 155.2 to 153 to 150.3. Callie Field tied for top honors with 33.7.
   Woodinville fell to Lake Washington 146-135.8. Jill Folsom took third all-around for the Falcons with 27.5.


   (1/16) Eastlake toppled Woodinville 106-82. Tyler Brown grabbed Diving for the Falcons with 163.70.
   Dan Dale took the 200 IM and 100 fly as Bothell stung Juanita 96-87. Brent Williams took the 200 free and swam a leg on the winning 200 free relay, while Nico Zenger grabbed the 50 free and 100 free, Tyler Smith won the 500 free and the 100 back. Williams and Dale combined with Jeff Noble and Jeremy Hunter to take the 200 free relay.
   Inglemoor paddled Redmond in their 107-67 victory. Leading the charge were Mike Laudermilk, who took the 50 and 100 free, Kevin Zatloukal, who grabbed the 200 IM and 100 breast, and Ryan Leak who snagged the 200 free. Leak, Laudermilk and Zatloukal combined with Mike Maines in the victorious 200 and 400 free relays.
   (1/18) Ryan Freeman took the 100 backstroke in 1:01.79 for the Falcons, but Woodinville fell short of Juanita 144.5 to 69.5.


   (1/16) Unbeaten Inglemoor upended Lake Washington 43-24. Curt Armstrong (215), Kip Andersen (178), and Dave Martinsen (190) led the charge for the Vikings with pins, while Joel Raff and Mike Martinsen also posted wins for 6-0 Inglemoor.
   In the match of the crosstown rivals, unbeaten Woodinville devoured Bothell in their 63-7 rout, tallying eight pins. Posting pins for the Falcons, 5-0, were Chandler Rudd, Tyson Chester, Dave Clayton, Matt Pabst, Ryan Palmquist, Dave Gallagher, Isaac Amundson, and Eric Maynard. Pat Runez, Kyle Carbone, Josh Tobin, and Curt Olmstead also had wins for Woodinville. Brian Spencer and Dave Clark posted wins for Bothell (4-2).
   (1/18) Woodinville topped cross-town rivals (previously unbeaten) Inglemoor in a 31-29 upset. Posting wins for the Falcons were Runez, Rudd, Chester, Ahlstrand, Pabst, and Palmquist. Viking victors were Niguidula, Raff, Brown, Fairbanks, Christine, M. Martinsen, Armstrong, and Paul.
   Bothell walloped winless Juanita 56-16. Posting Cougar wins were Spencer, Swearingen, Fee, Kortlever, Clark, Dewer, Pelton, McWhorter, Kessinger, and Liams-Hauser.