The week in Northshore Prep Sports
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Highlighting the past week in Northshore Prep sports was Woodinville's 52-13 wrestling win over Issaquah, which clinched the title for the Falcons, who finished 7-0 in the Crown division and 8-0 overall. This is the Falcon wrestlers' first title in the 13-year history of the school.
Al Minahan tallied 16 points and Chris Perkins scored 13, but INGLEMOOR fell short of Newport, 63-51. Ryan Wilkerson added 9 points for the Vikings.
Jan. 20: INGLEMOOR came through in this season's most impressive nail-biting victory, defeating Mercer Island in overtime, 73-69. As usual, Minahan led the way in points for the Vikings with 25, followed by Chris Perkins' 15.
Jan. 22nd: BOTHELL toppled Eastlake 60-49, led by Brian Trofholz's 16 points. Jeff Land and Jeff Nelson added 10 points each for the Cougars.
Jan. 23: BOTHELL moved into a tie for first place in Division 1 by beating Sammamish, 79-64. Nelson tallied 17 points for the Cougars, Trofholz posted 16, and Josh Karp scored 15.
INGLEMOOR cooked some Kangaroo when they beat Lake Washington, 65-51. Wilkerson led the Vikings with a mind-blowing 28 points, followed by double-digit daredevil Minahan's 21 points.
WOODINVILLE nipped Newport in a decisive 44-43 victory. Marques Tuiasosopo was the top Falcon point-scorer with 13 points.
Jan. 26: INGLEMOOR scored again over Bothell, 77-46, for their third straight win, led by Minahan (16 points), Wilkerson (14), and Perkins (13). BOTHELL leaders were Nelson with 9 points and Karp with 8.
WOODINVILLE won another over Lake Washington, 68-47. Free throw shooting of 90 percent was a major factor, together with 19 points from Tuiasosopo and 16 from Brix. Burrows contributed with 9 assists and 6 for 6 at the free throw line.
Jan. 19: INGLEMOOR nipped Newport, 41-30, behind Rose Connely's 14, Cori Enghusen's 11, and Serene Smart's 8 points.
Jan. 20: Led by Smart's 11 points and Connely's 10 points, nine rebounds, eight steals, and four assists, INGLEMOOR squashed Mercer Island, 30-23.
Jan. 24: Becki Ashbaugh led the Cougars with 15 points as BOTHELL carved the Totems, topping Sammamish 59-38. Jennae Krell tallied 11 points and Jen Babin had 10 for Bothell (12-2).
Enghusen led the Vikings with 17 points, followed by Kim Formo's 10, but INGLEMOOR fell short of Lake Washington, 64-39.
Jaime Thompson led the Falcons with 13 points, but WOODINVILLE failed to convert, falling to Newport 63-50. Amy Rogers posted 10 points for Woodinville, followed by Megan Gaz's eight, Janelle Nagel's seven, and Kori Cossey's six.
Jan. 26: It was down to the wire, but BOTHELL was able to hold off INGLEMOOR, 43-40. The 10th-ranked Cougars relied on Raynor's free throws for the last ditch effort, while Krell led the team with 12 points and Ashbaugh contributed eight. Rose Connely 15 points led the effort for the Vikings (7-6).
WOODINVILLE was unable to get past Lake Washington, who won 57-35, despite Jaime Thompson's 10 points for the Falcons.
Jan. 22: INGLEMOOR beat WOODINVILLE, 2,534 to 2,447. Justin Kallis led the Vikings (13-5) with 560 points and a high game of 224. Steve Dertinger led the Falcons (9-9) with 512 points and a high game of 194.
Jan. 22: BOTHELL topped INGLEMOOR, 2,057 to 2,014. Jeryre Arnold led the Cougars (11-7) with 476 points and a high game of 169. Regan Riley led the Vikings (13-2) with 495 points and a high game of 176.
Juliana Weyand led the Falcons with 403 points and a high game of 165, but WOODINVILLE (10-8) fell short of Issaquah (17-1), 2,174 to 1,782.
Jan. 25: In the tri-meet of cross-town friendlies, INGLEMOOR faced off against BOTHELL and WOODINVILLE, taking the match 155.45 over the Cougars (152.4) and the Falcons (141.8). Bothell's Callie Field took all-around with 35.2 points followed by Inglemoor's Autumn Cagle with 34.45 and Kristen Miyake's 33.7. Field, Cagle and Miyake placed in the top three of every event save the beam, where Bothell's Tara Melanson tied for third with Cagle.
Jan. 23: BOTHELL passed Lake Washington in their swim meet, 105-78. Nico Zenger posted wins for the Cougars in the 50 and 100 free, while Dan Dale took the 200 IM, Tyler Smith took the 200 and 500 free, Joel Springer grabbed diving, Sean Tripple snagged the 100 back, and Jeremy Hunter won the 100 breast. Bothell also won the 200 free relay behind Jeff Noble, Zenger, Brent Williams, and Smith, and the 400 free relay with Williams, Smith, Tripple, and Zenger.
WOODINVILLE won their first meet of the season, toppling Redmond, 96-87. Posting wins for the Falcons were Jeff Marth in diving, Ryan Freeman in the 100 backstroke, and a win in the 400 free relay from Eric Estes, Mike Nydegger, Sam Chesneau, and Freeman.
INGLEMOOR sent Eastlake packing in their 114-71 victory. The Vikings took the 200 free and medley relays with Ryan Leak, Mike Laudermilk, Kevin Zatloukal, and Mike Maines. In addition, Leak took the 200 free, Zatloukal took the 200 IM and the 100 breaststroke, and Maines took the 50 and 100 free. Russell Lebert grabbed diving, Brian Roberts took the 500 free, and Roberts, Josh Leahy, Brian Jorgensen, and Wes Engelbach took the 400 free relay.
Jan. 25: BOTHELL stymied WOODINVILLE, 109-77. Wins for the Cougars included the 200 medley relay (Zenger, Hunter, Dale, and Smith), Dale took the 200 and 500 free, Smith took the 200 IM, Jeff Noble nabbed the 50 free, Springer broke his and the school's record in diving with 230.71, Zenger the 100 fly, the 100 breaststroke by Tony Iverson, and the 200 free relay (Noble, Aaron Belvill, Robin Dalton, and Williams).
The Falcons improved at this meet, with Eric Estes taking the 100 free, Ryan Freeman in the 100 back, and Woodinville took the 400 free relay behind Nydegger, Estes, Chesneau, and Freeman.
Jan. 23: INGLEMOOR walloped Juanita in a close one, winning 62-9. Posting Viking wins were Matt Horrami, C.J. Sangden, Curtis Niguidula, Joel Raff, Ryan Brown, Fred Fairbanks (by pin), Brent Christine (by pin), Mike Martinsen and Kip Andersen (by pins), Dave Martinsen, Curt Armstrong, and Nick Paul.
INGLEMOOR also dished it to Mercer Island, crushing them 56-18. Wins for the Vikings over MI included Niguidula, Raff, Justin O'Brien, Fairbanks, Christine, Carlos Moreno, M. Martinsen, Andersen, D. Martinsen, Armstrong, and Paul.
Jan. 24: With Tyson Chester, Matt Pabst, Ryan Palmquist, and Isaac Amundson posting pins for the Falcons, Lake Washington fell to mighty WOODINVILLE, 48- 20. Other Woodinville wins included Garrett Van Vactor, Pat Runez, Chandler Rudd, Pat Kozu, Dave Clayton, and Dave Gallager.
Jan. 25: WOODINVILLE took all but three matches towards their 52-13 rout of Issaquah. Wins for the Falcons included Runez (26-0; his second straight undefeated regular season in 101 class), Marc Lang, Chester, Brad Schmidt, Clayton, Josh Tobin, Kurt Ahlstrand, Pabst, Palmquist, Gallager, and Amundson.
In spite of six wins, including three pins, BOTHELL fell just shy of Redmond, 43-31. Posting pins were Josh Schaefer, Tom Kessinger, and Dave Clark. Other wins included Brian Spencer, Tyler Swearingen, and Rob Pelton.
Later in the week, BOTHELL sent Sammamish packing in their 71-3 victory. The Cougars took all but one match, with wins posted by Spencer, Swearingen, Kyle Chamberlain, T.J. Kortlever, Clark, Matt Dewar, Pelton, Greg Kruger, Tobias Worthington, Kessinger, Schaefer, Joel Stirling, and Casey Hauser.