JANUARY 20, 1997

 The Edwards Agency


prep sports

The week in Northshore prep sports

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   Jan. 15: Woodinville's boys' wrestling team routed Redmond, 64-9. The Falcons won three matches by pins: Tyson Chester in 55 seconds over Tyler Smith in the 129-pound division; Rian Little pinned Josh Hall in 2:45 in the 190-pound division; and Brigham Tomco pinned Brandon Wall in 52 seconds in the 275-pound division. Mark Lange was victorious over Ryan Ewing in the 122-pound division (13-4), Kyle Carbone topped Trevor Zoppi 9-1 in the 148s, and Eric Carlson beat Gus Howell 8-4 in the 168s. Woodinville won six matches by forfeit.
   "They had quite a few forfeits, but we won a lion's share of the matches," said Coach Willie Estes. "There were several good kids that our kids beat." Estes added that Tyson Chester's match was impressive and noted Tyson is 8-1 for the season and "looking real strong."

Girls Basketball

   Jan. 10: Woodinville's girls' basketball fell to Eastlake, 67-31. Amy Rogers had nine points, followed by Megan Johnson and Beth Grove, each with 4. Courtney Funsin and Brown each had 3, Sutten, Waterstrat, and O'Hara had 2 each, followed by Jesse Morris and Tristen Johnson with one point each.
   Jan. 14: Woodinville's girls' basketball fell to Sammamish, 46-37. "We played one of our best games of the season and led 22-19 at half," said Coach Mike Giusti. "They're really showing marked improvement."
   Falcons Megan Johnson scored 15, Lindsay Brown had 2, Robynn Waterstrat 2, Rachel Laittala 3, Amy Rogers 4, and DeAnna O'Hara 11. Coach Mike Giusti noted that the JV girls have also been playing well and are 6-3.

Boys Basketball

   Jan. 14: Cedar Park Christian (B-League) topped Lummi 87-47, led by Ben Fuiten's 20 points, Jason Hayes 15, David Plienis 12, and Jesse Faast's 10. Justin Hayes pitched in nine, followed by Jason McManamon, Ryan Cox, and Bryce Dovenbarger with six each, and Matt Anderson's three. Cedar Park was on top from the get-go, leading 26-7 after the first quarter and 46-19 at the half.
   Jan. 16: Cedar Park Christian was victorious again, narrowly edging Holy Cross 60-56. Fuiten again led the charge with 17 points, followed by Faast's 10 and Cox's nine. CP had 16 steals and 32 rebounds.