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The week in Northshore prep sports

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by Madeline Moore

   The Northshore boys' soccer teams have no losses and one tie in Kingco conference games so far this season. Woodinville High, with an earlier 0-0 tie with Sammamish, came back to beat Juanita in O/T with Matt Hulan making the winning kick. The Bothell Cougars have a 3-0 record after beating Redmond, Bellevue, and Juanita. Senior Nick Lambert, an all-conference honorable mention returning from last year, delivered the winning kick against Redmond. The Inglemoor Vikings are also undefeated, beating Interlake and Mercer Island.

   The Woodinville baseball team beat Bothell 5-2 last Thursday, with Falcon Kris Billmaier hitting three, and Marques Tuiasosopo and Brian Kertson hitting one each. Falcon pitcher Nick Bagadali allowed only two hits in seven innings. The game was originally scheduled for Pop Keeney Field, but was relocated at the last minute to Woodinville because of water damage. Bothell lost its first game to Eastlake 6-3, and Woodinville lost to Lake Washington 2-1. Inglemoor High has as yet to play a conference game, due to rained-out and postponed games.

   The Inglemoor softball team is undefeated, beating Bothell 4-3, Eastlake 3-0, and Redmond 10-0. Bothell is 0-2 after losing to both Inglemoor and Juanita. Woodinville is 0-3, losing to Eastlake, Lake Washington, and Redmond.

   The Woodinville girls' tennis team lost the first two matches of the season to Newport 5-0, and Inglemoor, 8-1. Bothell is 3-0 after beating Sammamish, Bellevue, and Juanita.

   The first meet of the year brought Inglemoor's girls and boys' track teams some noteworthy wins. Both teams jumped over Interlake and Juanita, with strong wins from Adam Eggers in the 1600m and 3200m, Nicole Willis in the 100m and 300m hurdles, and Sarah Graham in the 100m and 200m.

   In a three-way golf match against Jackson and Arlington, Cedarcrest's Derek Berg won the tournament medal with a par 35 on the back nine at Carnation. Cedarcrest, with a score of 215, beat Arlington (223), but lost to Jackson (212). Cedarcrest lost a practice match earlier in the week. Berg was 6th at state last year.