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The week in Northshore prep sports


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Boys Baseball

   Mar. 23: BOTHELL upended WOODINVILLE, 6-3.
   Mar. 25: WOODINVILLE edged Eastlake, 1-0. INGLEMOOR toppled BOTHELL, 2-1.
   Mar. 26: INGLEMOOR fell to Eastlake, 7-6.
   Mar. 27: WOODINVILLE stomped INGLEMOOR, 2-0. BOTHELL lost to Redmond, 6-4.

Girls fastpitch softball

   Mar. 25: INGLEMOOR cramped Juanita's style with a 7-2 victory. BOTHELL stymied WOODINVILLE, 11-2.
   Mar. 27: WOODINVILLE crushed Everett 13-0 in non-league, five-inning action. BOTHELL continues its rampage with its 8-0 romp over Eastlake, marking its fifth straight win. INGLEMOOR defeated Lake Washington in a 7-1 victory.
   Mar. 28: BOTHELL embarrassed Redmond, 15-2. (Cougars now 6-0.)

Boys soccer

   Mar. 26: Newport defeated WOODINVILLE, 2-0. BOTHELL upended Mercer Island 2-1, with both Cougar goals scored by James Tassani on feeds from Kevin Aber. Eastlake stopped INGLEMOOR, 3-0.

Girls tennis

   Mar. 26: Newport topped WOODINVILLE, 7-2. Winning singles matches for the Falcons were Courtney Hill and Rebecca Armfield.
   INGLEMOOR downed Issaquah, 5-4. Viking wins included Erin Coffey, Vandary Ky, Michelle Agresta, and Alyssa Smith in singles; and Pooja Khandekar/Kirsi Longley in doubles.
   Mar. 27: Finishing a previous match, Issaquah topped BOTHELL, 5-4. Cougar wins include Brianne Philips, Jessica Moore, and Wendy Paylor in singles; and Alison Craft/Annie Peterson in doubles.

Boys track and field

   Mar. 28: INGLEMOOR took second in a three-way meet, topping Juanita but falling to Newport, 77-63-44. Viking wins included Mayling Chea (100m, 11.3) and Efrem Kidane (800, 2:03.2).
   Posting Cougar wins were Tony Iverson (110m hurdles, 15.6), Jason Fryberg (800m, 2:02.2), Jerome Day (Long Jump, 17'8.25") and Patrick McAdams (discus, 143'3"), as BOTHELL placed second in their three-way matchup, beating Mercer Island but losing to Lake Washington, 91-63-27.
   WOODINVILLE more than doubled up on the competition, burying Bellevue 94-42. Falcon wins included Garrett Kelly (100m, 11.6); Ryan Astle (400m, 53.4); Shawn Murphy (800m, 2:00.8); Jeff Cady (200m, 23.8); Eric Green (Long Jump, 18'16.5" and High Jump, 6'5"); Mike Bautista (Pole vault, 10'6"); Christian Niccum (Triple Jump, 38'11.75"); Cady, Green, Kelly, and Conniff (400m relay, 45.7); and Timm, Leavengood, Roche, and Cady (1600m relay, 3:31.1)

Girls track and field

   Mar. 28: INGLEMOOR took second in their three-way meet, beating Juanita but edged by Newport, 72-59-47. Winning for the Vikings were Nicole Willis (100m, 12.8 and 200m, 26.8); Kendra Demuth (Javelin, 102'6.5"); Laresan (Discus, 89'); and Schaffer, Gram, Baer, and Willis (400m relay, 52.1).
   WOODINVILLE crushed Bellevue, 80-62, with Falcon wins posted by Whitney Ahlstrand (100 hurdles, 17.6 and Discus, 87'9"); Dominique Gergen (300m hurdles, 49.5); Dana Hughes (800m, 2:26.1 and 3200m, 12:36.8); Coniff, Nagel, Nolan, and Ahlstrand (800m relay, 1:55.5); Gordon, Weinz, Kelly, and Braun (1600, relay, 4:26.7); Alicia Willette (Shot Put, 29'8.75"); and Jenna Ward (Long Jump, 14'1.5").
   BOTHELL (35 points) placed third in their three-way falling to Lake Washington's 88 and Mercer Island's 55. Sarah Axley took two events for the Cougars (100m, 12.7 and 200m, 26.7).