FEBRUARY 10, 1997

 The Edwards Agency


prep sports

The week in Northshore prep sports

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Boys basketball
   Jan. 24: CEDAR PARK CHRISTIAN beat Grace Academy, 63-54. Last week's issue inadvertently reversed the final scores.
   Jan. 31: CEDAR PARK CHRISTIAN fell to Lummi, 70-59. Bryce Dovenbarger led the team with 16 points, followed by Ryan Cox, Ben Fuiten, and Jason McManamon, each with 12 points, Jesse Faast with four points, and David Plienis with three.
   Feb. 4: While Cox scored 12 points and chalked up 13 rebounds, and Fuiten scored 13 points, CEDAR PARK CHRISTIAN still fell to Holy Cross, 69-56. Faast posted 12 points, McManamon had six, Dovenbarger had four with 11 rebounds, Plienis had four points, Jason Hayes sunk a trey, and Justin Hayes scored two points. JV topped Holy Cross, 67-46, Gemmet and Hoffman leading the pack with 16 points each.

Girls basketball
   Feb. 5: WOODINVILLE girls basketball fell to Sammamish, 55-40. Individual scorers included Deanna O'Hara with 11 points, Rachel Laitala with 12, Beth Grove and Amy Rogers (6), Robynn Waterstrat (2), Megan Johnson (2), and Tristen Johnson (1).
   Feb. 7: Issaquah topped the WOODINVILLE girls basketball team, 59-46. Scorers included Rogers with 13, O'Hara with 11, Laitala and T. Johnson with five each, Sutten and Waterstrat with four points each, and Grove and M. Johnson with two points each.

Girls soccer
   WHS Falcons soccer player Dee Behler, a first team All-Kingco selection, has signed with the UW Huskies. Behler, who was sidelined during the last season with knee injury, was also a 1995 Umbro All-American.

   Feb. 8: Inglemoor grapplers took away WOODINVILLE's wrestling crown at the Kingco Championships, winning the team title, a feat the Falcons had done two years in a row. Woodinville finished third overall with 175 points. The top four wrestlers in each weight division advance to regionals at Eastlake H.S.