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Lake Washington and Juanita

  • Friday, May 30, 2008 12:38pm
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Lake Washington and Juanita

Tennis

Lake Washington over Roosevelt 6-3 on April 9. Singles winners: Hallie Martin (R), Amanda Juarez (LW), Kelsey Sholund (R), Erin Coghlan (LW), Tess Roche (LW) and Justine Lin (LW). Doubles winners: Ashley Russell-Juarez and Lauren Cairns-Evelyne Kolker.

Redmond tops Juanita 6-3 on April 9. Singles winners: Narumi Watanabe (R), Megan Brown (R), Heather Lee (R), Moe Tsubioke (R), Kristina Owen (R), Ashley Manzoni (J). Doubles winners: Kendra Francis-Clair Anderson (J), Courtney Barnett-Manzoni (J), Monica Daniels-Idiana Wang (R).

Lake Washington beat Juanita 9-0 on April 8. Singles winners: Russell (LW), Juarez (LW), Laura Renfoe (LW), Coghlan (LW), Roche (LW), Lin (LW). Doubles winners: Russell-Juarez (LW), Renfoe-Coghlan (LW), Cairns-Kolker (LW).

Soccer

Lake Washington beat Eastlake 3-2 on April 10: Jordan Softli scored a goal and had an assist for Eastlake. Lake Washington statistics were unavailable.

Garfield edged Lake Washington 1-0 on April 11: The teams played scoreless through most of the game until Jamie Griffin scored on a penalty kick to give Garfield (5-2-1, 4-1) the lead. The Kangs (2-4, 3-5) finished the week even at 1-1.

Juanita scored a late goal to beat Redmond 1-0 on April 9: Garrett Lee scored on an assist by Tyler Bjork. Collin Harlow recorded the shutout.

Juanita beat Bothell 4-1 on April 11: Bjork tallied a hat trick and an assist for the Rebels (6-4, 5-1). Travis Bear scored the only goal for Bothell (4-6, 2-3).

Baseball

Juanita finished a 2-0 week by beating Ballard and Roosevelt by a combined score of 17-0. The Rebels stand at 9-3 overall in the KingCo 4A: Robby Ryan improved to 5-0 against Ballard (4-9, 4-9) and pitched six innings with 10 strikeouts. Joel Reyes recorded seven strikeouts while going 2-3 with two RBIs at the plate against Roosevelt (2-11, 2-11).

Lake Washington recorded a 2-0 week by beating Roosevelt and Franklin. The Kangs improved to 8-4 overall and 8-4 in the KingCo 4A: On April 7 against Roosevelt (2-11, 2-11) the Kangs scored in every inning on the way to a 16-6 win. Chris Viltz went 4-4 with two homeruns and six RBIs. David Rosser went 4-4 with a double and four runs scored.

Lake Washington scored in every inning again in a 14-1 win over Franklin on April 11. Blake Lively, Joey Semler and Viltz all went 2-4.

Softball

Lake Washington picked up their first KingCo loss of the season on April 11 against Eastlake. Eastlake (6-1, 6-1) took the lead 2-1 in the sixth inning and the Kangs (6-1, 6-1) couldn’t come back.

Stephanie Fox went 3-3 and pitched of seven innings of two-hit ball for Eastlake. Rogin Hardy knocked a double for Lake Washington.

Juanita picked up a tough 4-3 win in 11 innings over Redmond on April 11. The Rebels (7-3, 7-3) scored the winning run in the top of the eleventh. Redmond (6-3, 6-3) slipped into fifth place after the loss.

Brooke Rychard and Kellie Shinstrom each went 3-6 for Lake Washington. Jessica Rakonza pitched 11 innings with 13 strikeouts for Redmond.


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