The week in Northshore prep sports
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WOODINVILLE boys basketball showed Bellevue a thing or two in their Dec. 11th 78-44 victory, where Marques Tuiasosopo scored 25 points and made four out of five from three-point range, Rodney Anderson scored his season-high 11, and Jesse Barham had 14 points. The Falcons had a 13-point lead after the first quarter (21-8); 38-25 at the half; and were up 25 in the third (57-32).
"Everybody who played for Woodinville managed to get a box score," said Coach Joe Meagher.
Dec. 11: WHS girls basketball were narrowly edged by Bellevue, 46-42, after fighting back from an 18-point deficit and were within one point in the final two minutes. Led by 5-10 senior Amy Rogers (10 points) and junior Robynn Waterstrat's five points and key offensive and defensive rebounds, the Falcons dominated the second half in rebounds, 47-41.
"Robynn had an outstanding second half," said Coach Mike Giusti. "Her key offensive rebounds really started our break."
DeAnna O'Hara posted 7, including a trey; Megan Johnson had 11; Sarah Shaw 2; Jessie Morris 3; Robin Water 5; Tristen Johnson 2; and Heather Sutten 2.
Dec. 16: The WOODINVILLE girls basketball team fell to INGLEMOOR, 51-24. Scorers for the Vikings were led by 6-7 Cori Enghusen's 13, Denise Hagen's 9, and Katie Cooper and Alicia Porterfield, each with 8. Other Viking scorers included Sara Best (7), Megan Eulberg (4), and Gretchen Olson (2). The Falcons were led by Megan Johnson (8), Jessie Morris, Robynn Waterstrat, and Sarah Turner, each with 4, followed by Heather Sutten (2) and Jenny Toone (2).
Coach Mike Giusti described the game as a physical one, led defensively by floor general Megan Johnson, which was later dominated by Inglemoor's height advantage.
"The team did a really good job of staying intense, even though they were a little bit under the weather," he said.
The Falcons are 0-5. Inglemoor is 3-1.
WOODINVILLE splashed Sammamish 95-80 (Dec. 10), with wins by Aaron McCann in the 100 free (57.37), Ryan Freeman in the 100 breaststroke (1:08.28), and a first place win in the 200 free relay (1:53.65) with Sean Skelly, Sean Frisch, Brad Russell, and Sam Chesneau.
WOODINVILLE boys swimming fell to Newport, 122-60, Dec. 12.
The INGLEMOOR gymnasts ripped through Redmond, 159.4 to 120.5 (Dec. 12), capturing the all-around with Katie MacFarlane (34.0), Sydnie Heberling (33.7) and Katie Lynch (30.1). Lynch took first in the vault with 8.1 and tied for second on the bars.
Sophomore MacFarlane took first on the beam and floor routine with 9.4 and 9.1, respectively, also tying for third on the vault with Amy Wenaweser at 7.9, and tied for second on the bars with Lynch at 7.6. Freshman Wendy Hillman took second on the vault with 8.0, Heberling took first on the bars (8.4) and second on the beam (8.5), followed by freshman Annie Brady, who placed third on the beam (8.3) and floor exercises (8.1).