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Shannon Fritzke

Bothell topped Interlake 4-1 last Thursday and held the opposition to two hits behind pitchers Shannon Fritzke and Molly McLean. Fritzke, Mandy Tapp, and Alaina Brubaker each had two of the Cougars' eight hits in the game. Bothell sits pretty at 9-0 in Kingco.
Photo by Kathy Roach/Woodinville Weekly.

Boys Baseball

   Apr. 2: Juanita topped BOTHELL, 11-0. Lake Washington stopped INGLEMOOR, 4-0.
   Apr. 3: WOODINVILLE overwhelmed Interlake, 11-3. BOTHELL swamped Sammamish, 10-2.
   Apr. 4: Newport topped BOTHELL, 13-1. Bellevue beat INGLEMOOR, 5-0.

Girls Fastpitch Softball

   Apr. 1: INGLEMOOR smothered Mercer Island, 18-0.
   Apr. 3: BOTHELL creamed Bellevue, 24-0. INGLEMOOR stopped Issaquah, 2-0. WOODINVILLE stymied Sammamish, 6-0.
   Apr. 4: WOODINVILLE creamed Bellevue, 28-1. BOTHELL stomped Interlake, 4-1.

Boys soccer

   Apr. 2: INGLEMOOR topped Redmond 1-0 on a free kick by Jon Pilz. Goalkeeper Anton Jackson earned the shutout.
   WOODINVILLE stymied Interlake 5-1 with goals by Doug Barry (from Andrew Myers), two from Ian Hagen (unassisted and one from Brett Lasby), and two from Lasby (penalty kick and on a feed from Josh Tobin).
   BOTHELL toppled Sammamish 2-0 with goals by Travis Morgan on a feed from Robbie McKnight and Kris Sorenson from Kevin Bloom.
   Apr. 4: WOODINVILLE beat Lake Washington 4-3 in OT. Brett Lasby scored two goals, and Ian Hagen scored two goals, including the game winner.
   Juanita beat BOTHELL 1-0.

Girls tennis

   Apr. 2: Issaquah doubled up on WOODINVILLE, 6-3. Falcon wins were by Courtney Hill and Rebecca Armfield in singles; Hill-Courtney Buck in doubles.
   INGLEMOOR upended BOTHELL, 6-3. Viking wins included Marisa Morgan, Erin Coffey, Michelle Agresta, and Alyssa Smith in singles; Morgan-Ky, Smith-Moore and Kirsi Longley-Pooji Khandekar in doubles. Cougar wins included Brianne Philips and Jessica Moore in singles.
   Apr. 4: Redmond topped INGLEMOOR, 6-3. Vandery Ky had a win in singles; Amy Anderton-Lisa Grekowicz and Pooja Khandekar-Kirsi Longley won doubles matches.

Boys track and field

   INGLEMOOR placed third and BOTHELL fifth at the 13-school Liberty Invitational the weekend before last. Efrem Kidane had a win for the Vikings in the 1600 (4:26); Jason Fryberg took the 3200 for the Cougars in 9:22.
   Apr. 4: INGLEMOOR took second in a three-way meet, dropping to Redmond but topping Bellevue, 84-54-42. Viking wins included Efrem Kidane (3200, 9:50.9); Miller, Veatch, Gay, and Stewart (1600 relay); Chea, Baker, Sherwood, and Stewart (400 relay); Ryan Bottjer (javelin,182-5); Sean Gay (400, 54.6); Mayling Chea (long jump, 20' 2.5").
   WOODINVILLE took their three-way meet, downing Sammamish and Lake Washington, 85-50-42. Falcon wins included Murphy (1600, 4:39.3); Cady (400, 51.4); Niccum (300 hurdles, 43.7; high jump, 6-6; triple jump, 39-5); Green (long jump, 18-11); Derpinger (discus,125-4).
   BOTHELL fell to Newport, 85-60. Cougar wins included Justin Philips in the 100 hurdles, Theo Mitchell in the 100, Jason Fryberg in the 1600, Sam Eastman in the 300 hurdles, Jay Dougherty in the 800, Tony Iverson in the high jump, and team Bothell in the 1600 relay.

Girls track and field

   INGLEMOOR took fifth and BOTHELL placed tenth in the Liberty Invitational two weekends ago. Places for the Vikings included Nicole Willis taking third in the 300 hurdles (47.9); and Amy Lewis took the High jump (4-10).
   Apr. 4: INGLEMOOR took their three-way meet against Redmond and Bellevue, 64-63-51. Schaffer took the 300 hurdles, Willis 100 hurdles, Hobbs won in the discus, DeBoer won in the shotput, and Baer outjumped everybody in the long jump.
   WOODINVILLE fell to Lake Washington and Sammamish, 67-62-51. Gerken won the 300 hurdles and team Woodinville took the 4X400 relay.
   BOTHELL fell to Newport, 89-51. Sarah Axley won the 100 hurdles and the 200; Michelle Axley won the long jump, and Karen Chang won the discus.