SEPTEMBER 29, 1997
by Madeline Moor
Inglemoor football coach Frank Naish and his Men in Black continued to beat to back their 4A Kingco opponents last week by beating the Garfield Bulldgos 28-0. The game was the 101 win for Naish, who has coached for 19 seasons at Inglemoor. Taking a tip from the way Nebraska played against the Huskies,Naish used Kingco rushing leader fullback Justin Magruder as the focal point of his attack. Three Magruder runs and one QB Tyson Thompson pass to Pat Henry cinched the game for the Vikings. They are now 3-0. They play Friday night at Eastlake against the Wolves, who are also 3-0.
Bothell Cougars, playing hard and playing without fullback Thero Mitchell, who is out with an ankle injury, lost to the Redmond Mustangs, 19-7. Derek Carlile's 5 yard run put the Cougars on the board in the 1st quarter, but they had difficulties moving the ball after that. Mustang running back Tom Heier was determined that Redmond would play well without the presence of their coach, Rik Haines, who was sitting out game 1 of a 2 game suspension for WIAA practice violations. Heier got 89 yards on 9 carries and scored 2 touchdowns.
The WHS Lady Falcons continue to be the leader of the soccer pack, now 3-0 in the Mountain Division of 4A Kingco Conference. They beat Redmond 1-0 last week, with a tough defense that has not allowed ay opponent goals in three matches.
Inglemoor soccer team defeated Juanita 5-0 with Sara Best scoring 3 goals and an assist. Best now has 5 goals and 2 assists for the first three games. The Vikings are 2-1. Bothell soccer is 1-2 in Lake Division.
Both Inglemoor and Woodinville volleyball teams are 4-1 in Mountain Division and Bothell is 5-0 in Lake Division. The Falcon swimmers met the Cougar swimmers at a very competitive meet last Friday where 9 state qualifying times were set between them. WHS Sara Schmied qualified in 100 yard backstroke. Mo Pedergast of Bothell took state times in 200 free and 100 breast. Falcon Kelsey Withrow took state times in 50 free and 100 fly.