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Issaquah defeated Redmond at home, 7-2, last Thursday in a 4A Kingco tennis match.
What started out as a competition has turned into a partnership for Redmond High cross country teammates Sarah Lord and Devin McMahon.
On paper, the Redmond football team looks as good as it’s been in years. They return an excellent QB and team leader in David Gilbertson, a line averaging 265 pounds, and receivers John Martino and Cameron Sandquist will run routes and be targets for Gilbertson’s strong arm.
The Overlake girls’ soccer team won its season opener against Forest Ridge last Tuesday by a score of 2-0 in a nonleague contest at Forest Ridge.
Success on the soccer field has become a tradition at The Overlake School as both the girls’ and boys’ teams look to continue their dominance this fall.
• Head Coach: Bob Bristol, 13th season
• Head Coach: Patrick Scheibe, 14th season
Maureen Cardwell, a talented, thrill-seeking swimmer from Redmond High School, hopes to strike more gold this fall. Cardwell, who is battling shoulder injuries, hopes to overcome her pain and pin down another pair of Class 4A state gold medals.
• Coach: Julie Barashkoff, 5th year
After Ross Johnson’s last game as head coach of the Redmond volleyball team in 2006, the Mustangs had just completed a dream season.
• Head coach: Luke Trier, 1st year
The Overlake School girls’ lacrosse coach Susan Haviland, 41, has been selected for 2008 induction into the Washington State Lacrosse Hall of Fame.
• Head Coach: Ross Johnson, eighth season (1999-2006, 2008)
In recent years playing in the ultra-competitive 4A Kingco Conference, Redmond football has been a middle-of-the-road team.
• Head Coach: Mike Pluschke, 5th season
It is said the family that plays together stays together, but the Penitschs of Redmond take that adage to a whole new level.
The 12th annual KIRO 7 Kids’ Classic golf tournament will be held Thursday, Sept. 4 at Trilogy Golf Club at Redmond Ridge. Last year’s record-setting event raised $131,000 for children and families served by Children’s Home Society of Washington (CHSW).
There’s an old saying among casual bowlers — that it’s one of the few activities where the more you drink, the more proficient you become. And if you’ve seen movies like “Kingpin” and “The Big Lebowski,” which do nothing more than make a mockery of the game, you’d be hard-pressed to call bowling a “sport.”
Above average temperatures greeted the 521 athletes who gathered at the 15th annual Beaver Lake Triathlon Saturday morning — the largest turnout since 2005, when 570 took to the course.