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Wednesday, April 22, I998 Baseball team 10-2 Brad Stewart knocked'in Tyler Dierickx in the bottom of the sixth in- ning as the Mercer Island High School baseball team won its seventh straight game with a 6—5 triumph over Bellevue on Wednesday night. Starting pitcher Stewart went 3- for-3 with a double, a home run and two RBIs to lead the Islanders’ of- fense. Ian McElreath also had a dou- ble and a home run, going 2-for—2 while catcher Nick Gill tossed in two hits and a pair of RBIs. In Monday‘s 13-2 rout of Liberty, Mercer Island scored seven runs in the top of the first inning and never looked back. Gill, Dierickx and Stewart all went 3- for-4 with two R813 to lead the Islanders (9—1, I()-2). Girls tennis third The Mercer Island High girls ten— nis team finished third in the diffi- cult Jesuit Invitational tennis tour- nament over the weekend in Portland, Ore. Jesuit won the tournament with . 45 points, Lakeridge of Lake Oswego was second with 38 points and MI was third with 32 points, ahead of Marist of Eugene (22 points). Sophomore Kristen White won the No. 4 singles competition and sisters Angie and Jessica Fry won the No. I doubles competition to lead the Islanders. White beat Lakeridge‘s Jaimee Bremner 7—5, 6-1 and Iesuit‘s Jen Sunshine 6-1, 6-2 to win the No.4 singles title. while the Fry sis- ters topped Lakeridge’s Jen Burke and Jen Zmrhal 6-2, 6-4. They also beat Iesuit’s Velana Kassab and Taio Miller 6- I, 6—]. Dribblers finish third The Mercer Island Little Dribblers sixth grade boys team finished third in the Little Dribbler national tour— nament over the weekend in Snyder, Texas. Mercer Island won its first three games before lOsing 52-32 to Waco in the semifinals and to Plainview 52-49 in overtime in the consolation round. Kahlil Mathews put the Plainview game into overtime when he sunk a half-court shot at the buzzer that would‘ve normally counted for a 3- pOinter, but due to Little Dribbler rules was scored as a two—pointer. Little Dribblers don‘t have a 3-point shot. The Dribblers opened with a 57- 43 win over Lamesa, a 48-47 triumph over Plainview in the second round and a 48—35 victory over Silsbee in the quarterfinals. Alan Chirls led the Dribblers with 75 points in the five games, including his 22-point effort against Plainview in the second round. , Philip Kaestle also played well with 10 points in the Silsbee game and consolation game against Plainview. Koufax 14s start strong The 14-year—old Mercer Island Sandy Koufax baseball team bounced back from a tough opening-night 7- 6 loss to the highly-regarded Renton Rebels to win their next four games handily and establish themselves as a contending team. RODMIN THIS TOWN FOR HIDDEN FEES. W FREE CHECKING from Washington‘Mutual. No minimum balance. No direct deposit requirements. No payin’ to talk to a teller. No foolin’. Washingt Mercer Island: 461-7000 on Mutual The friend of the family‘ 'NJ’I' ISLANDERS By the numbers to report scores. call 232—1007 Girls tennis KINGCO 3A CONFERENCE M Standings — Newport 4-0, Mercer Island 3- 0, Sammamish 2-0, Interlake 2-1. Issaquah 1- %, Bellevue 1-2, Liberty 02, Skyline 0-3, Mount 10-3. Jesuit Invitational, Portland, Ore. Friday, April 17 Team scores: Jesuit (Portland) 45 points, Lakeridge (Lake Oswego) 38, Mercer island 32, Marisl (Eugene) 22. Singles —- No. 1: Jeri Gonzales (J) d. Lindsey Adams (MI) 6-2, 6-3; Anisha Fernando (L) d. Adams 5-7, 6-2. 6-4. No. 2: Andrea Lauer (J) d. Julie Sandler (Ml) 6-4, 6-0; Sandler d. Allison Roberts 6-1. 6-1. No 3: Kristen White (Ml) d. Jaimee Bremner (L) 7-5, 6-1; White d. Jen Sunshine (J) 6-1. 6- 2. No. 4: Ellian Rohrbacher (L) d. Lacie West (Ml) 6-0, 6-1; West d. Meghan Madden (MI) 6- 3. 6-4, Doubles — NO. .1: Angie Fry-Jessica Fry (Ml) d. Jen Burke-Jen Zmrhal (L) 6-2, 6-4; Fry-Fry d. Velana Kassab-Taio Miller (J) 6-1, 6-1. No. 2: Lucia Munch-Deidre Senders (7) d. Karen lntrachat-Janette lntrachat (MI) 7-6 (9-7), 6-3. lntrachat-lntrachat d. Sarah Leavenworth- Lauren Drake (M) 6-4. 6—2. NO 3: Meg Thompson-Sabrina Drake (7) 0. Annie Chu-Marcia Kwan (MI) 6-3. 4-6, 7-5; Wendy Schmidt-Heidi Schmidt (7) d. Chu- Kwan 6-0, 6-2. No 4: Mary Kwan-Pan West (MI) d. Elisa Bruni-Megan Grillo (MI) 6-2. 3-6. 6-2; Kelly Fletcher-Olivia Halien (L) d. Kwan- West 6-1, 6-3. Wednesday's match, April 8 ISLANDERS 9, MOUNT SI 0 M Singles -—Molly McIntosh (MI) d. Tara Scott 6-0, 6-0. Karen lntrachat (Ml) d. Nichole Morgan 6-0, 6-0. Jeannie McIntosh (MI) (I. Amber Bliven 6-0, 6-0. Julie Sandler (MI) d. Brooke Vassar 6-2, 6-0. Jennifer Tung (MI) (1. Ariah Nobe 6-2, 6-3. Lacie West (MI) (1. Crystal D’Carlo 6-2, 6-0. Doubles —- Angie Fry-Kristen White (Ml) d. Scott—Morgan 6-0. 6-0. Christina Pluta-Jenette lntrachat (MI) d. Nobe-Lauren Berndt 6-0, 6-1. Marcia Kwan-Kalli Knight (MI) d. Gena Conrad-Emily Pazzuto 6-3, 6-1. SEASON STATS M Singles No. 1: Adams 2-0. M. McIntosh 1— 0; No. 2: A. Fry 2-0, K. lntrachat 1-0. No. 3: Pluta 10. K. lntrachat 1—0, J. McIntosh 1-0. No.4: Sandler 2-0, J. McIntosh 1-0. NO. 5: J. lntrachat 1-0, J. Fry 1-0, Tung 1-0. No. 6: Knight 1-0. J. lntrachat 1-0, West 10 Doubles —— No. 1: K. lntrachat-J. McIntosh 1- 0; M. McIntosh-A. Fry 1-0, A. Fry-White 1-0. No. 2: A. Fry-J. Fry 1-0, J. Fry-White 1-0. Pluta-J. lntrachat 1—0. NO. 3: Chu-Kwan 1-0, Sandler-Pluta 1-0, Kwan-Knight 1-0. Team sets won: 27. Sets lost: 0. | Baseball M KINGCO 3A CONFERENCE M Standings Mercer Island 9-1 (10-2). Newport 8-2 (9—3), Mount Si 7-3 (9—3), lssaquah 7-3 (7-4). Liberty 6-4 (8-4), Interlake 4-6 (4-6). Bellevue 3-7 (4-8), Sammamish 3—7 (26?), Cedarcrest 3-7 (4—8), Skyline 0-10 (0— 1 _ . Monday's game, April 20 ISLANOERS 13, LIBERTY 2 M Islanders 7 0 0 2 O 2 2—1317 0 Liberty 200 000 0—263 Scott Robertson, Spencer Smith (6) and Nick Gill, Michael Rabin (6). Michael O'Leary. Sean Lincecum (7) and J. Conlon. C. Moeiler (7). WP—Robertson (MI) 6-0. 23—Andy Jarvis (L), Scott DiJulio (MI) 2. Gill (Ml). 3B—lan McElreath (Mi). MI: Gill 3-4. 2 RBI; Tyler Dierickx 3—4, 2 RBI; Brad Stewart 3-4, 2 RBI. Wednesday's game. April 15 ISLANOERS 6, BELLEVUE 5 M Bellevue 0 1 1 0 0 Islanders 211 011 x—— 6110 Chris Fabregas and Andy Assereh. Stewart. Scott DiJuIio (4). Smith (6) and Gill. 2B— DiJuliO (MI), McElreath (MI), Stewart (Ml). mTFabregas (B). McElreath (MI), Stewart MI: Stewart 3-3. 28, HR, 2 RBI; McElreath 2- 2, 23. HR. RBI; Gill 2—3, HR, 2 RBI; DiJuliO 2- 4. 26. B: Josh Phillips 23, RBI. Monday‘s game, April 13 ISLANOERS 5, ISSAOUAR 2 M lssaquah 001100 0—232 Islanders 005 000 x——5 52 Danny Fisher and Brock O’Connor. Robertson and Gill. ZB—Grant Bennett (I), McElreath (MI). HFI—Gill (Ml). WP—Robartson 5-0. Ml: DiJuIio 2-3; Robertson 10 KS. 0-—582~ Thursday‘s game, April 9 ISLANOERS 4, INTERLAKE 1 Islanders 003100 0———4 71 Interlake 1 0 0 O 0 0 Jeff Becker. Sean White (4) and Jacob Gribble. Gill (5). Eric Engberg, Jared Brigham (7) and Mike Richardson. WP—Becker 1-0. LP—Engberg. 28——Robertson (Ml). Reid Sanborn (Ml). Arik Vanzandt (I). Ml: Gustavo Perez 2-4. Wednesday‘s game, April 8 ISLANOERs 6, MOUNT SI 3 M MountSl 000 021 0—3103 Islanders 100 221 x——-6 84 Brad Perdue and Charlie Cabe. Robertson, Spencer Smith (5). White (5 2/3) and Gill. WP—Robertson (Ml) 4-0. LP—Perdue (MS) 2- 2. 2B—Dan Forsythe (MS). Brett Roberts (MS). Bryan Greenhow (MS). Gustavo Perez (MI). Ian McElreath (Ml). MI: McElreath 22, RBI; Perez 2-4, RBI; Robertson 4 lP, 6 KS. 0 BB, 0 ER; White 2 1/31 ER, 4 KS. MS: Martin (BSéeeenhow 3-3; Perdue 6 IP, 4 ER. 6 K’s, 4 SEASON STATS l Runs scored: 88 (7.3 average/12 games). Runs allowed: 60 (5.0 avg). Girls water polo l NORTH DIVISION l Bainbridge Invitational Sunday‘s game, April 19 Championship game CHEHALEM 12, ISLANDERS 6 Islanders 2’2 1 1 6 Chehaiem 1 3 7 1 -— 12 MI goals: Ashlei h Jacobs 3, Lauren Williams 2, Jane umphries 1. Assists: Lauren Ayers 1. Jacobs 1. Williams 1. GK: Heather Lewandowski 6 saves. l ISLANDERS 10, CURTIS 5 islanders 5 2 1 2 -— 10 Curtis 0 2 2 1 —— 5 MI oals: Humphries 3, Heather McClure 2, Kirty trend 2. Ayers 1, Lisa Birdsall 1, Jacobs 1. Assists: Ayers 1, Jacobs 1, Williams 1. GK: Aebersoid 2, Lewandowski 1. l ISLANOERS 7, BAINBRIDGE 5 l l Islanders 1 1 1 4 — 7 Bainbridge O 1 2_ 2 — 5 MI goals: Humphries 3, Jacobs 2, Williams 2. Assists: Jacobs 2, Humphries 1, McClure 1. Strand 1. GK: Lewandowski 3 saves. ISLANDERS 10, TUALATIN HILLS 7 T-Hilis 3 2 1 1 — 7 islanders 4 1 2 3 — 10 Ml goals: Humphries 5. McClure 3, Jacobs 1, Birdsall 1. Assists: Strand 3, Jacobs 2. GK: Lewandowski 7 saves. l Sunday’s game, March 22 ‘- ISLANDERS 19, AUBURN 4 M Auburn O 1 3 0 — 4 Islanders 7 5 4 3 —— 19 Ml goals: Ashleigh Jacobs 4, Lauren Williams 3. Kirty Strand 3, Lauren Ayers 3. Heather McClure 2, Laura Guyman 2. Claire Jacobson 1, Nicole Perriella 1. Assists: McClure 1. Strand 1, Jacobs 1, Williams 1. Perrielia 1, Danielle Tseng 1, Ayers 1. Lisa Birdsail 1. Beth Bennett 1. GK: Heather Lewandowski 3 saves, Karin Aebersoid 1. D Saturday’s game, March 21 ISLANOERS 13. KENTRIDGE 8 M Islanders 3 5 4 1 13 Kentrldge 2 3 2 1 — 8 MI goals: Strand 5, Jacobs 3, Williams 3, Jacobson 1. Guyman 1. Assists: Birdsell 3, Strand 2. Jacobs 2. Bennett 2, Tseng 1. Winslow 1. GK: Lewandowski 1. Aebersoid 2. SEASON STATS M Goals -—— Jacobs 28, Williams 25. McClure 22, Strand 15, Humphries 12, Ayers 8, ’ Guyman 7, Birdsall 4, Nelson 3. Jacobson 2, Perriella 1. Tseng 1. Lewandowski 1, Youngs 1, Lamps 1, Winslow 1. Assists —- Jacobs 18, Strand 10, Williams 9, Ayers 8, Birdsall 7, McClure 5, Bennett 3. Winslow 2, Tseng 2. Youngs 2, Nelson 2. Perrielia 1, Lamps 1, Humphries 1, Guyman 1. Saves — Lewandowski 34. Abersold 8. Goals scored: 134 (11.0 avg/12 games) Goals allowed: 67 (5.6 avg)... - ' Boys soOcer M KINGCO 3A CONFERENCE M ‘ Standings — Sky Division: Newport 8-0, Bellevue 4-4. Mercer Island 3-3-1, Issaquah 2-4-2. Skyline 0-5-4. Valley Division: Mount Si 6-1-1. Liberty 6-1-1. Sammamish 2-4-3, Cedarcrest 2-5-1, Interlake 0—6-1. Thursday’s game, April 9 MOUNT SI 1, ISLANOERS 0 M 1. Dave Weller (MS) from Tyler Caldwell. 1:15. ‘ GKs—MS: Micah Doien. MI: Shaun Kalnasy. SEASON STATS Goals —— Matsuura 5, Nobmann 2. Hunt 1, Kawase 1. Assists -— Eakes 2. Clark 2. Fredrickson 1. Goalkeepln — Kalnasy 8 goals/370 min- utes (1.73 gaa ; Hansing 1 goal/200 minutes (0.40 gaa). 1 shutout. Goals scored: 9 (1.3 avg/7 games). Goals allowed: 9 (1.3 avg). Let lines use a photo to show off your car, ers. 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MI 3, Mount Si 2; 2, MI 3. Liberty 0; 3. Mi 6. Bellevue 1; 4. MI 1. Newport 1; 5, MI 2, lssaquah 0. 6, MI 5, Cedarcrest O; 7. MI 1, Juanita 0; 8. MI 2. Skyline 0; 9, MI 1. Lakeside 0 Mi record: 8-0-1, six shutouts Girls track and field M KINGCO 3A CONFERENCE . Standings—Newport 3-0. Beilevue 4-1, Mount Si 2-1, Skyline 3-2. Issaquah 3-2 (4-2). Mercer Island 2-2, Liberty 2-2, Interlake 1-3, . Cedarcrest 1-5, Sammamish 0—4 (0—5). - Thursday's meet, April 9 ISLANOERS 109, SAMMAMISH 32 M * too—Stacey Kaplan (MI) 13.2; 2. Joyce - Ohgi (MI) 13.7; 3, Banner (MI) 14.0. 200—- _ . Kaplan (MI) 27.6; 2, Darienne Dey (MI) 27.8; 3. Bahner (Mi) 29.3. 400—De (MI) 1:031; 2, . Erica Close (MI) 1:049; 3, hgi (Ml) 1:059. ’ - BOO—Che I Crow (MI) 2:271; 2, Close (MI) 22289; 3. elleher(MI)2:31.0.1,600—Andrea , Govier (Ml) 5230.5; 2, Boy (Ml) 5:306; 3. Kelleher (MI) 5133.5; 4, Kelsey Ternes (MI) . 5243.5. 3.200—Govier (MI) 11:56.7: 2, Tomes. ' 0 (MI) 12:25.4. icon—Jennifer Lollie (MI) 17.5; ‘ 3, Carolyn Robbs (MI) 13.7; 4, Griswold (MI) 19.6. soon—Lollie (MI) 53.0; 2, Backholm (MI) - , 52.9; 3. Robbs (MI) 50.4; 4. Kristin Connolly (MI) 55.4. 4x100 relay—MI 1:068. 4x200 relay—MI I I 1:57.0.,4x400 relay—MI 4:226. Shot put—Liz Adkisson (S) 36-05; 2, Courtney Reimers (MI) 27-7; 4, Kristen Dauner (Ml) 20—65. Discus—— Adkisson (S) 97-3; 2. Kelly Lisbakken (MI) 72- . 6; 3. Larsen (MI) 72-5. Javelin-Julia O'Callaghan (MI) 86-1; 2, Chamberlain (MI) - ,_ 84-8. High jump—Nichole Aprecio (S) 4-10; 2. Lollie (Ml) 4-10; 4, Robbs (MI) 4-2. Long “- jump—Kirsten Covington (8) 15-35; 2, Kaplan (Mi) 15-25; 3, Banner (MI) 14-525. Triple jugmp—Covington (S) 31-5; 2, Griswold (MI) 2 -7. Boys track and field KINGCO 3A CONFERENCE l Standings—Issaquah 5—0 (6—0), Bellevue 4- 1, Interlake 3-1, Sammamish 3-1 (4-1), Newport 2-1, Cedarcrest 2-3. Mount Si 1-2. Mercer Island 1-3. Liberty 0-4, Skyline 0-5. ‘ Thursday's meet, April 9 . SAMMAmsn 91, ISLANOERs 53 ' 100—Brandon Curlew (MI) 11.2; 4, Eric Miller (MI) 11.9. ZOO—Justin Peterson (MI) 24.0; 2, Miller (MI) 24.8. 400—Cur1ew (MI) 53.6; 2. Chow (MI) 56.3. BOO—Scott Johnson , (S) 2:019; 3, Erik Bergqulst (MI) 2:104. 1,600-—Johnson (S) 4:360; 3. Parker Keehn . (MI) 4239.8; 4, Bergqulst (MI) 4246.2. 3,200— Steve Minter (S) 10:00.0; 2, Keehn (Ml) , 10:28.4. Hon—Mike Kinrnan (MI) 16.3. . 300h—Kirtman (MI) 41.6; 3. Buchanan (MI) , 53.5. “ 4x100 relay—Mi 54.4. 4x400 relay—MI 3:380 Shot put—Kolten Miller (S) 45-2; 2. . Eddie Johnson (MI) 40-5; 4, Richard Brown - (Mi) 39-7. Discus—Taylor Updegrove (S) 141-‘ I 6; 3, Andre Lister (MI) 130-3; 4, Johnson (Ml) .. 127-5. Javelin—David Torres (S) 150-4. Hi \ jump—Chris Rattery (S) 5-4. Long jump— Im Tang (8) 19-8. Triple jump—Tang (S) 42-25; 3. Cshou (xi) 35—7. Pole vault—Cameron Leady ) 13- . Girls fastpitch KINGCO 3A CONFERENCE r Standings—Skyline 10-0 (10—1), lssaquah 10-1 (9-3). Mount Si 8-2 (8-3), Liberty 5-4 (7- 4). Interlake 5-5 (7—5). Sammamish 4-5 (4-5), , ,, Newport 2-6 (2-6). Cedarcrest 2-4 (2-4). Bellevue 1-7 (4—7), Mercer Island 0-8 (0-8). - r Monday‘s game, April 20 CEOAROREST 13, lsuNOERs 3 cwarcrest 0 0 0 0 0 2 (11)—-1310 2 " Islanders 100 002 0-'-3 75 Tawnya Burnite, Lauren Peterson (5) and . 5:. Marisa Shoemaker. Kelli DeHaan and Julianne Oyler.ZB—MarieIBesmer(C), Heidi ' - ' Vandanacker (0). Cats O‘Leary (MI). 3&— ,_ _, Brandy Evenson (MI). ). C: Vandanacker 2-3, 28, 4 RBI; Bumita 6 K's. 0 BB. .. Wednesday's game, April 15 MOUNT SI 21, ISLANOERS 2 M Islanders 0 0 0 2 0— 2 3 3 ‘ MountSi 8 9 2 2 x—- 2115 0 g» Cate O’Leary. Jamie Koehler (4) and unavail- able. Jodie Pelerson. Rachael Charbonnaeu (3) and Trish Schlaht, Kelli Duvall. ZB—-Duvall MS), Webber (MS) 2. 35—Duvall (MS). HR— chlaht (MS). MS: Luizzo 3-3, 2 RBI; Webber 2-3. 2 285. 3 RBI; Schlaht 1-2, 3 runs, 5 RBI. .9 ~ .. Monday's game, April 13 NEWPORT 11, ISLANOERs 2 - M Islanders 200 000 0-—-2 23,, Newport 010 3 2 5 x—-11101 O‘Leary and Koehler. Sara Grandstand and Christy Fast. 2B———Grandstand (N). N: Grandstand 2-3, 3 RBI, 11 K’s; Jackie Lew 3-4, , 3 runs; Terrell Coats 2—2. Wednesday‘s game, April 8 SAMMAMISH 11, ISLANOERs 3 M ' Sammamish4 1 2 01 3 0--11 8 a Islanders 001002 0—3 47 Kelly Reil. Minnie and Lindsay Anderson, Laura Andrews (4 . Kelly Hamman and Jillienne Oyler. W ——Reil. LP—Hamma’n. I Hi hli hts: S: Anderson 22; Claire Parsons ‘ . 2-3, B . MI: Hamman 2-3. . ~. Friday's game,- April 3 g ISSAOUAH 8, ISLANoERs 0 . l SEASON STATS - .~ W Runs scored: 12 (1.3 avg/9 games). Runs al- lowed: 126 (14.0 avg). Boys lacrOSSe A LEAGUE - : I . ‘v Friday’sgame. April 10 . . ISLANDERS14,VASHON 9 . ‘ W MI ls: Colin Lake 4. Nick Beennan 3. Tony artino 2. MI record: 4:2. . Wednesday's game. April 8 t' BAINBRIDGE 16, ISLANOERs 4 . Ml'goais: Colin Lake 3. Jeff Pattison 1. B: O’Connor 3, Johnson 3. SEASONS‘I’ATS Goals -— Lake ‘22. Pattison 13. DiMartino 9, g . Biehn 4. Beerrn‘an 3, Arimura 2, Bridges 1. Goals scored: 61 (10.2 ave/6 games). Goals allowed: 54 (9.0 avg). . '- , Girls lacrosse l Thursday‘s game, April 9 - GREENWOOD 9. lawman 5 Hailtima Greenwood 3, Islanders 1. F Ml goats: Sarah Morris 2, Kate Harding . Jackson 2. Marika Bonnema 1. GW qua s: Austin Johnson 2,» Meghan Naahr 2,,Christina - Bumap 2. Kendra Koeplin 1, Jenny Daly 1. Jon .. Hersrnan 1. ' ‘ . Ml record: 3-4. GW: 4-1. Tuesday's game April l a sum 17, LAKEWAsrmz - it: M's“. Ml goalszuorn‘s 6. Harding-Jackson 5. Mimi-1% Bailey 3. Bonnema 2. Laura Eng 1. - 3:229 .. Tuesday‘s game. March 24 I ISLANOERS 17, KITsAP 7 : We MI goals: Harding-Jackson 5, Bonnoma 4, ‘ - I Morris 3, Katz 2. Amelia Chappello 2, Bailey 1. . SEASON STArs - 2 W. ,, Goals —- Harding-Jacksm 16, Morris 16. - Bonnema 7. Chappella 4, Bailey 4. Eng 2. Higgins 2. Katz 2. ‘ , 2 oals scored: 53 (7.6 avg/7 games). Goals . allowed: 54 (7.7 avg). j__ - b {l