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Skyline caps stellar season with trophies RiTA BALOCK PREss REPORTER TACOMA — The 1998 girls’ fastpitch softball team will forever be enshrined in Skyline High School history. The senior-less team put the Spartans’ first sports trophies in the showcases at the first-year school. During the weekend, Skyline col— lected the fourth-place trophy at the 3A state fastpitch tournament. The Spartans also picked up a plaque for earning the state’s 3A aca- demic championship with a cumula- tive 3.68 grade—point average. Skyline entered the state tourna- ment at the South End Recreation Area as the No. 1 District 2 seed after winning the Sea-King district championship on May 23. The Spartans won three of five games at state, including their first two on Friday to reach Saturday’s semifinal. Skyline ended with a 25-5 record. On their way Skyline junior Rebecca Sanders pitched a two-hitter, with 13 strike- outs, in a 1-0 opening-round victory over Washington High of Tacoma. Junior designated hitter Jaime Hopfauf drove in the Spartans’, run in the bottom of the second inning; Skyline needed an extra inning to defeat Anacortes, 5-4, in a quarterfi- nal game. The game-winning RBI belonged to Sanders. Skyline wasted a 4-1 lead against Anacortes in the top of the fifth inning of a quarterfinal game. With one out, the Seahawks managed to tie the score off a two-run error and an RBI single by pitcher Kelly Campbell. The Spartans ended Anacortes’ at-bat with a double play. Seahawks’ catcher Katie Campbell lined out to second baseman Missy Mordy, who fired the ball to first baseman Callie Bergan in time for a tag-out of Kelly Campbell, who was caught leading too far off base. Skyline regained the lead in the bot- tom of the sixth with an RBI single to center field by freshman catcher Holly Martinez, but Anacortes answered in p the top of the seventh. Long Saturday The Spartans met eventual state champ, Capital (Olympia), in Saturday moming’s semifinal. The Cougars scored four runs in the first three innings of a 5-1 victo- ry. Capital took command behind three consecutive hits in the top of the third. The latter was a two—run triple to right-center field by short- stop Amy Herrington, good for a 4—0 lead. Skyline’s run was scored by out- fielder Meghan Shaw, who led off with an infield single off the foot of Capital pitcher Bridget Wilcox. Two batters later, Shaw scored off Mordy’s infield single. It was the first of three straight games for the Spartans. Skyline eliminated Shorecrest, 9- 2. Shaw drove in two runs with three hits and shortstop Candi Adamo contributed three of the Spartans’ 14 hits. In the third—fourth place game, Olympia erupted for three runs in the fifth and sixth innings of a 7-1 victory. Martinez prevented Skyline from being shutout with an RBI sin- gle in the bottom of the sixth. Press photo by Greg Farrur Liberty courtesy runner Jessica Johnson (left) slides by the tagof Mount Si third baseman Emily Helmly with a stolen base on a Vlfildcats' Wild pitch dur- ing 3A State softball action last Friday. Mount Si ousts Liberty in 10th RnA BALOCK PRESS REPORTER TACOMA Liberty High School played the spoiler’s role in Mount Si’s quest for the 3A Sea- King District girls’ fastpitch softball tournament title, and the Wildcats returned the favor at last weekend’s state championships. The Patriots entered the state tournament as the No. 2 District 2 seed. Mount Si, winner of the Kingco Conference’s district seeding tournament on May 15, wound up fifth in District 2. Liberty and Mount Si both lost their first-round state games on Friday at the South End Recreation Area. Eventual runner-up Olympia pounded the Patriots, 15—0, behind 17 hits. Jackson (Mill Creek) dumped the Wildcats, 8-2. Those losses set up a fourth 1998 meeting between Liberty and Mount Si, former Seamount League and now Kingco rivals. The Patriots and Wildcats split during the regular season. Liberty stopped Mount Si, 74, in a district quarterfinal game on May 22. Neither team would budge in the state loser-out game, that went 10 innings before the Wildcats got the go-ahead run with two outs in the bottom of the 10th. Pitcher Hillary Strom sparked Mount Si. Tire right-hander allowed 10 hits, struck out seven and walked one. Strom had three of the Wildcats’ seven hits, including the game-win- ner, a grounder to center field. Patriots pitcher Tera Streit struck out nine and walked five. Runners left on Mount Si stranded eight base run-' ners. With one out in the bottom of the ninth, the Wildcats loaded the bases on a pair of walks by Patriots pitcher Tera Streit and a slow-moving single by Rachel Charbonneau. Genevieve Weber hit into a field— er ’5 choice play, with Liberty short- stop Hannah Owings taking the play to catcher Sarah Carrier for a tag-out at home. Mount Si’s Trish Schlaht grounded out to third baseman Kelly Meeks. Liberty left eight base runners, one per inning except the third and seventh. Mount Si led 2-0 after four innings. The Patriots got four of their 10 hits off Strorn in the top of the fifth. Singles by Meeks and first baseman Kristen Lee put the tying runs on base. Second baseman Rennie Elwell and Owings singled to right field to score Meeks and Lee. Liberty got two hits each from Lee, Owings, Streit and Carrier. The Patriots, who qualified for the 1997 State Class AA tournament, capped the 1998 season with a 16-12 record. FASTPITCH SOFTBALL WIAA 3A Fastpitch Championships at South End Recreation Area, In Tacoma May 29-30 results Championship game Capital (Olympia) 1, lssaquah 0 lssaquah 000 000 0 —O 3 2 Capital 000 000 1 —1 7 2 Cherstin Johnson and Brie Nyberg. Bridget Wilcox and Jessica Bork. WP: Wilcox. LP: Johnson. Extra base hits: 2b, Molly McKinnon (C) lssaquah hitting: Tilyn Rebhuhn 03, Sara Cox 0—3, Crista Decker 0-3, Brie Nyberg 1-3, KC. Thompson 1-3, Cherstin Johnson 03, Allison Nickel 1-3, Heather Nickel 03, Nicole Dascenzo 03. Capital hitting: Bork 0—4, Wilcox 1~4, McKinnon 2-3, Annie Evans 1-3, Bethany Herrington 02, Amy Herrington 13, Natalie Kaminecki 0-3, Desiree Lewis 0—3, Sabrina Sandberg 3—3. Third-fourth place game Olympia 7, Skyline 1 Olympia 001 022 0—7 10 1 Skyline 000 001 0—1 5 4 Liz Klasinski and Hadley Jensen. Rebecca Sanders and Holly Martinez. WP: Klasinski. LP: Sanders. . Skyline hitting leaders: Martinez 2—3, RBI Consolation semifinal Skyline 9, Shorecrest 2 Skyline 000 504 0—9 14 4 Shorecrest 100 001 0—2 4 Sanders and Martinez. Mickey Lloyd and Merrie Collins. . Skyline hitting leaders: Candi Adamo 3-4; Meghan Shaw 3-3, 2 RBIs Semifinal games lssaquah 4, Olympia 2 lssaquah 000 013 o_4 g Olympia 000 002 0~2 5 1 Klasinksi and Jensen. Johnson and Nyberg. WP: Johnson. LP: Klasinski, lssaquah extra base hitters: 3b. Rebhuhn. lssaquah hitting leaders: Rebhuhn 2an triple Capital (Olympia) 5. Skyline 1 Capital 112 001 0 ~5 101 Skyline 001 000 0 —1 5 1 Wilcox and Bork. Sanders and Martinez. WP: Wilcox. LP: Sanders. I Skyline hitting leaders: Missy Mordy 1-3, RBI Quarterfinal games lssaquah 3, Shorecrest 1 lssaquah 000 120 o _3 a 1 Shorecrest 000 001 0 —1 3 2 Johnson and Nyberg. ond and Collins, WP: Johnson. LP: ond. I lssaquah extra base hits: 2b, Nyberg, Rebhuhn. lssaquah hitting leaders: Sara Cox 2-4; Nyberg 2—2, RBI Skyline 6, Anacortes 5, innings Anacortes 100 030 10 .5 3 2 Skyline 220 001' 01 —6 7 6 Kelly Campbell and Katie Campbell Sanders and Martinez. WP: Sanders. LP: Campbell. ' Skyline extra base hits: 2b. Missy Mordy, Jaime Hopfauf, Martinez 3b. Adamo. First-round games lssaquah 5, Fife 0 lssaquah 130 000 1—5 9 1 Fife 000 000 o —o 2 a Johnson and Nybeig- Brittany Burke and Jeanne Curtice. WP: Johnson. LP: Burke. lssaquah extra base MS: 2b. Crista Decker. lssaquah hitting leaders: K.C. Thompson 2. 3; Johnson 2 hits Olympia 15, Liberty 0 Olympia 303 211 3 —15 171 Liberty 000 000 0 —-0 5 2 Klasinski and Jensen. Tera Streit and Sarah Carrier. WP: Klasinski- _|-P= Streit- Libeity extra base hits: 3b, Streit Liberty hitting leaders: Hannah Owings 2.3 Skyline 1, Washington 0 Washington 000 00° 0 —0 2 2 Skyfine 010 090 X —1 4 0 Jessie Miskan and Jennifer Thompson. Sanders and Martinez. WP: Sanders. LP: Miskan Skyline hitting leaders: Hopfauf 13, RBI Consolation, loser-out game Mount Si 3, Libel“! 2, 10 innings Liberty 000 020 000 o—2 101 MountSi 001100000147 1 Streit and Carrier. Hillary and Trish Schlaht. WP: Strom. LP: Sitefl. Extra base hits: 2b. Trad! Tawney (MS) Mount Si hitting: Schlaht 0—4, Tawney 1.4. Jodie Peterson 1—5, Kelli Duvall 0-3, Strom 3- 3, Emily Heime 0-3. Rachel Chaibonneau 2-4, Nikki Knowles 0-3, Genevieve Weber 0.4 Liberty hitting: Rennie Elwell 1-5, Heather l0er 0—5, Owings 2-5. Carrier 24. Bryn Sutton 1-4, Streit 24, Kelly Meeks 14, Amy Griswold 0—4. Kristen Lee 2-4 TRACK FIELD WIAA 3A State Championships at Lincoln Bowl, in Tacoma May 29-30 results Skyline second baseman Missy Mordy scores Skyline’s first run of a 3A State fastpitch softball quarterfinal game againstAnacortes last Friday. Mordy also scored the game-win- ning run in the bottom of the eighth inning. SCOREBOARD Boys Top Steam scores 1, Olympia 56: 2. Hartford 48; 3. East Valley (Spokane) 36. Others: 11, lssaquah 20. Liberty, Skyline 0. Local top 8 placers 800 meters: 1, Joe Brosseau (lwaquah) 1:52.79 Discus: 1, Brady Jones (I) 161—8 Girls Top 3 team scores 1, Holy Names 62; 2, Mount Si 60; 3, South Whidbey 45. Others: Liberty 1, lssaquah 0. Local top placers Shot put: 8, Shaya Orendorfi (Liberty) 37-2 1/2 BASEBALL Sandy Koufax 14-year-old Division lssaquah Tigers May 23-24, 3031 results CABA Qualifier Tournament In Puyallup Game 1 lssaquah Tigers 12, West Sound 1 (Chad Nelson pitched a onehitter, with five strikeouts over four innings, to lead the Tigers, who took a 7-0 lead after two innings. Danny Gronski‘s 3-for—3 hitting, , including a fourth-inning double, paced the Tigers' hitters.) Game 2 lssaquah Tigers 3, Haskey 2 (The Tigers escapedwiihawin,asHaskeyscoredtwice intl'iefiflhinnirig,thenleftthebases loaded intfiesixth.‘l'heTigersscoredtwiceinihe third inning for a 3—0 lead. Adam Robb, Marc lMIson and Sean Keveren had two hits each fonhewinners. Matt Kasserwasthewinring pitcher, with 11 strikeouts and two h'fls given up in six innings. David Dean earned the save.) Game 3 , lssaquah Tigers 10. Edmonds 1 (A five run third inning provided the cushion the Tigers needed to pull away from Edmonds. Ian Farmer was the winning pitcher in a two-hitter, with five strikeouts. Derek Decater drove in two runs off two hits, including a third-inning triple.) Game 4 lssaquah Tigers 3, Eastside Cardinals 0 (A solo home run by Kasser ensured the Tigers' victory in the sixth inning. Kassers shot cleared the left—center field fence. Ian Tushar. Decater and Nelson had two hits eadi for the winners. Greg Goelz and Robb combined to pitch a three-hitter, with six strikeouts.) Game 5 lssaquah Tigers 2, Snohomish Quake 0 (Dean gave up three hits and struck out 13 to lead the Tigers into the semifinal game.) Game 6 lssaquah Tigers 7, Eastside Rays 6 (Wilson and Curtis had two hits each for the winners, who led 5—0 in the semifinal game after four innings. Kasser struck out 11 and gave up three hits for the Tigers.) Game 7, Championship Horrocks Brewers 3, lssaquah Tigers 1 (The Tigers wound up second in the 21- team toumament, falling to rival Horrocks. The Brewers scored twice in the fifth inning to overtake the lead. Decaters 2-for-4 hit~ ling led lssaquah, now 22-4 overall.) League May 30 results lssaquah Tigers 12, Eastside Rays 2 (Gronski clubbed three home runs over the fence at Hart Field in Bellevue. Gronski finished with four hits and seven RBIs. Kasser also hit a homer out of the park, and was the winning pitcher in a three-hitter, with 13 strikeouts.) May 28 results lssaquah Tigers 17, Snohomish County Starz 0 (The Tigers pounded 16 hits in five innings, scoring 10 runs on nine hits in the first inning. Decater and Kasser had three hits each, as 12 Tigers had at least one hit. Goetz and Wilson combined to pitch a four-hitter.) 13-year-old Division lssaquah Mariners May 23-24 results CABA Qualifier Tournament In Puyallup Game 1 Babbitt Outsiders 8, lssaquah Mariners 7 (The Outsiders scored twice in the top of the seventh inning, then held on. John Vlhllard's 3—for-3 hitting powered the Mariners. Anthony Wiltumer, Bryan Dean and Calvin Nelson combined to pitch a 10- hitter, with six strikeouts.) Game 2 Woodinville 4, lssaquah Mariners 3, 8 innings (The loss overshadowed outstand- ing defensive plays made by Mariners out- fielders Nelson and Dean, plus third base- man Joey Vieceli and second baSeman Phillip Valle. Willard‘s 2-for-4 hitting, includ- ing a six-inning triple, led the Mariners.) Game 3 Boys of Summer 11, lssaquah Mariners 3 ('l'hewimersralliedfromas-i deficilinthe batomofihefourth imirig totakean S1 lead. DeanhadtwooftheMariners'fourhiS) Game 4 lssaquah Mariners 6. Hornets 5 (Valleys RBI double in the fifth inning tied the game at 33 Snell’s two hits were both doubles. including the game-winning RBI that broke as-Stieinthebottom oltheseventh. Matt Nelson and CaMn Nelson teamed to pitch a seven-hitter, with one Strikeout.) Press photo by Greg Farmr “Mentally, and freshman outfielder Nicole Dascenzo of lssaquah; sophomore ou Griswold of Liberty; sophomore outfielder Kristen Rowe and freshman 03": Holly Martinez of Skyline. IHS so tball Continued from page B1 Title run lssaquah won four of five state games to end the 199 with a 24—6 record. Capital finished 24—1. u”: The Indians shut out Fife, 5-0, in Friday’s opening to “kl”! PifirC Johnson threw a two—hitter, with eight strikeouts and 110 W. 'o Sophomore first baseman Crista Decker doubled and] hi third baseman K.C. Thompson added two of Issaq Senior catcher Brie Nyberg’s double in the top of the foo“: ,‘ showed ( inning staked the Indians to a 1-0 lead over ShorecreSt 3“ to a 3—1 quarterfinal victory. Nyberg and sophomore shortstop Sara Cox had two Shorecrest got three hits off Johnson. they were focused,” Sage said. showed a lot of class.” W lssaquah (South) Baseball Majors American Division standings As of May 30 Team . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W-L A’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Yankees , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Indians . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Blue Jays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Orioles . . . . . Mariners National Division standings As of May 21 Diamondbacks . . . . . . . . Rockies . . . . . . . . . . . . . Devils Rays . . . . . . . . . . Expos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pirates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Reds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-10 May 30 results Pirates 5, Expos 2 (Scott Young and JD. Bridenbaugh had two hits each for the winners.) Indians 11, Pirates 10 (Nelson Asaba singled in the go-ahead run in the eighth inning of an earlier suspended game that was tied at 4-4. The winners got a home run and three RBIs from Benji Tornberg. Doug Goldsby homered for the Pirates.) ' Indians 10, A’s 3 (David Yamashita had two lndians' hits. Tornberg played well on both sides of the ball, as the winning pitch- er with nine strikeouts in four innings, and with two hits, including a home run and four RBIs.) Diamondbacks 6, Reds 1 (Cameron Gellatiy batted 3-for-3 for the Diamondbacks. Pitchers Matt Wickswat. Colin Goodman and Carl Ahlers combined for a two-hitter, with 14 strikeouts.) ' Mariners 2, Blue Jays 0 (Jason Schaible and Josh Havekost teamed to pitch a shutout. Adam Smith doubled for the Mariners.) . Devil Rays 11, Rockies 9 (Mac W153 and Andrew Bondor both tripled for the DeVII Rays.) I Yankees 4, Orioles 2 (Yankees pitchers Mark Gray and Nick McCormack combined for 12 strikeouts. Brian Justice had a pair of hits for the winners.) Softball Senior Majors May 21 results lssaquah Panthers 13, lssaquah Renegades 2 (Crista Bowsher stmck out four and Chelsea Beck struck out nine, as the pair combined to pitch the Panthers past the Renegades. Kelli Marek’s 5-for-5 hitting led the winners, with Beth Knudtson and Allisson Kauffman going a-for-s each. The Panthers took a no-hitter into the sev- enth inning.) North lssaquah Baseball Majors American Division standings As of May 29 Team . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Red Sox Angels . . . . . . . . . Royals . . . . . . . Blue Jays . . . .W-L-T WhiteSox National Dlvlswn standings As at May 29 Team .: . . . . . . . . . . .. Marlins . . . . . . . . Rockies . Cubs . . . Phillies . . Dodgers . Giants . . Reds . . . . . . . May 24 results To report sports results or corrections’ fax 391-1541 or call 392-6434, ext,2 y. Deadline is noon Fl‘ida I Angels 4, Royals 0 May 22 results Rangers 6, Phillies 5 (Jordan Stephan had two hits and Jeff Call added an RBI» double for the winners. Alex Francis pitched a four-hitter for the Rangers.) Coast American Division standings As of May 29 Team . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . .W-L-T Red Sox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9-0-0 Blue Jays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-2-0 Royals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6—30 Yankees . . . . . . . . . . . . . .630 White Sox . . . . . . . . . . . . 5110 Orioles . . . . . . . . . . .5-4-0 A’s . . . . . , . . . . . .4-5-0 Mariners . . . . . . . . .2-7-0 Angels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2180 National Division standings As or May 29 Team . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W-L-O Phillies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7—3—0 Eagles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-3-0 Mets . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-3-0 Braves . . . . . . . . . . .4-4-0 Marlins . . , . . . . . . . .4-4-0 Giants . .4-5-0 Reds . . . . .2-7-0 Rockies . ..2-B-0 Cardinals . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-9—0 May 28 results . Angels 12, Reds 7 (Blake Shinn drove in three runs off two hits and Alex Ziperovich had an RBI in two hits for the Angels.) Softball Senior Majors NILL standings As of May 29 Team . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W-L10 Dodgers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0-0 Renegades . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1-0 Devil Rays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1-0 Barracudas . . . . , . . . . . . . . .4-2-0 Panthers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-3—0 Roadrunners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-3—0 Raiders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1-0 Rockies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-2—0 White Sox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-2-0 May 21 results Roadrunners 9, Rockies 6 (Jami Harrison struck out nine for the winners.) May 20 results Barracudas 8, Devil Rays 2 (Amy Jackson teamed with Lacey Crawford to strike out 12 Devil Rays. The winners got two hits each from Karen Wirtz and Crystal Beckwith.) May 17 results Roadrunners 2, Panthers 1 Majors NILL standings As of May 29 Team . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W-L-O lmperials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9—1-0 Rebels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-2-0 Dodgers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-2—0 Red Sox - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-2-0 Wildcats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-3-0 Patriots . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 —6—0 Eagles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .070 May 21 results ‘ Rebels 24, Patriots 3 (Rebels pitcher Lisa McAvoy had four strikeouts in four innings pitched for the Rebels. Hillary Green had three of the winners‘ eight hits. Amy Smith was the losing pitcher, With three strikeouts in four innings.) Coast NILL standings As of May 29 Team . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,W-L-O Twins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5‘0—0 Cardinals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-1—0 Braves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-3—0 Mustangs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .440 Cubs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.30 Dodgers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-3-0 Hornets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-5-0 Chargers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-5-0 Pirates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-7-0 May 20 results Cardinals 21 , Cubs 1 13 locals named all-KingCO I tal PRESS STAFF REPORT . ' linued froi Local girls claimed 13 of 23 first-team all-conference Posf: ‘ tions for 1998 as voted by 3A Kingco Conference fastpitch 5° s prelim ball coaches. .fle lssaquah and Skyline shared the regular-season Kingco ‘, was happy and Liberty finished fourth. M The Indians and Patriots had five first—team selectiOIls “c 59311 said. while the first—year Spartans had three first-teamers. he lssaquah was represented on the first team by senior Cato , r05562111 r3 Brie Nyberg, senior pitcher Cherstin Johnson, senior 0u . Tilyn Rebhuhn, junior third baseman K.C. Thompson and SOP 9’51 more first baseman Crista Decker. Liberty’s first-team players include senior second 12356 n Rennie Elwell, senior utility player Kelly Meeks, 561110r o fielder Bryn Sutton, junior designated hitter Trina HimInelm and sophomore shortstop Hannah Owings. Skyline put junior pitcher Rebecca Sanders, junior 0u Nadya Zawaideh and sophomore first baseman Callie Bergan the first team. we. or Local second-team selections include: freshman designated hitter Allisono‘i‘l‘tfiew lssaquah; senior first baseman Kristen Lee, junior pitcher Tera Streit, junior Heather lGer and sophomore catcher Sarah Carrier of Liberty; junior seco Missy Mordy, junior shortstop Candi Adamo, junior outfielder Meghan ShaW. designated hitter Jaime Hopfauf and freshman utility player Breanne Lewis Local honorable mention selections include: sophomore shortstop 33“ -64 time. ‘ i of cours . ." to death.” tfii’J e ‘k titinson dur then ‘ lianson at E 1‘“ tline was 5A . y plan is ti ' h after the box (in),” Bri tfielde " Settled in t ,“18 in with {\i 500 mete tianson), a nd starting to "' ~“I thou h' “Saviour” gotta go nfiv meldere’f‘m ’ though I FhTIStiansoni (Brosseau h: tiiat’s about bhls body’s e ‘ Robertsor )relaxed and liltlook like I it 856, all toge .,' eSsure on E _ q eber’s first t uah’s mile ; ‘ aiched on oneS brou h . g 1 hits ea 1998 season, . °0t barrier i “T116 g ‘ earlier at tl l H: Was hopir i Robertso: May 19 results , er! Twins 10, Hornets 2 (Came 0;: played outstanding defense for Hornets.) , Mustangs 15, Charers 14' May 18 results Braves 17, Pirates SWIMMING lssaquah Swim Hyack invitational In New Westmlnlstar, 8-C- May16-18 results Teal" Top 5 team scores int! 1, Island Swimming 3,2552% Hyack Swim Club 3,162.5; 3: ,m Teal“ Wolves 1,789; 4, lssaquah 3"" in, ow” 1,405; 5, Edmonton Keyano 5" 1,284.5 Top 4 IST placers Boys A es 9-10 . Jagred Lombard: 1, so massif" 1,100free,1:20.18;1,200"_1‘5o 1, 2564.85; 1, 400 free, 6:40.25. (130.1 ' backstroke, 41.81; 1, 100 bad" 8” Cre 1, 200 individual mediey. 3133' 11-12 free 2921:2100 ,iIItlly own G Hwan :2, 50 . 1 . Reef/52.08: g, 200 breasisimke’ Slnc 2:55.60 1314 Brian Davis: 2, so free. 27' free, 2:06.28; 2, 400 free.412 1,500 free, 17:04.89; 4, 100 1:09.38; 4, 100 breast, 1220- 2, 1, butterfly, 1:03.51; 1, 200 IM. 400 IM, 4:57.30 Girls 310 09, Lulu C20: 1, 50 free. 32 free, 1:10.86; 3. so back. 38-1,,5. back, 1:23.13: 3, 100 breast. 100 fly, 1:18.06 Markio Mettler: 2, 50 free: 100free, 1:13.90; 3, 400 free- 50 back, 37.34; 1, 100 or i 200 IM, 2:58.79 11-12 Angela Hatfield: 3, 1 2, 400 free, 4:58.41; 3. 1:29.91; 3, 200 breast. 3209-1 1:13.03; 1, 200 fly, 2:42.86. i 2:41.67; 1, 400 M, 5:36.78 305:! Leann Toomey: 3, 50 16 13-14 124”; Sarah Davis: a, 100 brassy, 1:1 25; Alissa Hollowell: 2. 100 “any, 1:122 3. 200 back, 2:35.33; 3. 10% 2,37. 2, 200 fly, 2:35.05; 3, 200 i 15—over 2,3325 Amy Jahnke: 2, 200 “Y- ‘ SOCCER Girls U-1 5 May 23-25 Rainier Cup F0 in Puyallup i Championship game Eflgslde Corvallis Reign defeaigguaspd Eff: 2-2 in a shootout (Reign M Man! in a double—overtime sh°°‘ ) scored both Eastside 903"s PG Semifinal game . Eastside FC def. Elegy,st not!r yard free kick at 58 minifies‘wnel edahattriclcwitha , score at 60 minutlesi agwwl ) keeper Haley Su ivan was defense. Sullivan made 19 4, Game two 09' Eastside FC def. Raga? (Sullivan earned the sh 1 Ga one . Eastngide FC def. FC.RS‘;VO,’Ed (Renee Sams and Flynn 0185,! winners at 55 and 55 m‘" IY-I 92-64 B Iss