June 3, 2014
Finishing among the top-four teams and winning a trophy at the Class 4A state track and field championships is a difficult task, but Eastlake and Skyline high schools both had squads that accomplished the feat.
Eastlake’s boys scored 38 points to finish fourth, and Skyline’s girls scored 35 points for fourth, capping their respective seasons in style at Star Track XXXII, May 29-31 at Mount Tahoma High School in Tacoma.
February 26, 2014
Eastlake’s Edward Kim didn’t need directions to find the top of the winners’ podium at the 4A state swimming championships Feb. 21-22.
After all, the march across the blue, hex-shaped steps at Federal Way’s King County Aquatic Center had become a familiar path for the Eastlake senior.
February 26, 2014
Six Skyline High School wrestlers reached the state championships, but only two left the Tacoma Dome with medals hanging from their necks.
Senior Tristan Steciw earned the eighth-place medal at 132 pounds in Class 4A, and freshman Addie Mejia took eighth in the girls’ 118-pound division, leading the Spartans’ contingency at Mat Classic XXVI, held Feb. 21-22.
May 27, 2013
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Plateau golfers put Sammamish on the map May 21 and 22 at the 4A state golf championships. The Eastlake boys team won the title and both the Skyline boys and the Eastlake girls teams finished in third place.
As the first round neared its end at Camas Meadows Golf Club, things were already looking good for the Eastlake boys team. All four of its golfers were on their way to making the cut for the final day, including senior Li Wang. After 15 holes he was six under par and on track to win the first day. Two bogies coupled with a double bogey on the final hole, however, put him at 70 strokes for a five-way tie for first place. Read more
February 20, 2013
The plateau was well represented at the 25th annual Mat Classic Feb. 15-16 where 10 area wrestlers battled the state’s top athletes for a chance to medal in high school’s biggest tournament.
After taking second at the Region 3 Tournament the weekend before, Skyline filled eight of the 14 weight classes at the state championship.
February 20, 2013
After two consecutive years of second place finishes, Skyline High School senior Max Levy ended his career as the state’s 2013 4A 1-meter diving champion.
The gymnast-turned-diver, who picked up the sport just three years ago, finished with a score of 463.50, more than 50 points higher than the second place finisher.
December 1, 2012
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Jubilant only begins to describe Skyline and its fans Dec. 1 at the Tacoma Dome, where the Spartans grabbed their fifth state title in eight years. Skyline beat Bellarmine Prep 49-24 to win the 4A football state championship.
“This is the most special…I’ve grown up with all these guys,” said Max Browne, who completed 21 of 28 passing attempts for 384 yards and four touchdowns. “Nic Sblendorio has been my best friend, Andrew Giese, Matt Sinatro, Peyton Pelluer – all those guys. This is what we dreamed of when we were 5 years old. We worked. We worked hard, and it’s awesome to sit here and know that we got the state title our senior year and are going out the right way.”
November 21, 2012
Sometimes really good things come in very small packages.
Such was the case on the turf of Puyallup’s Sparks Stadium the evening of Nov. 17 when Issaquah and Skyline squared off for the 4A girls state soccer title.
November 14, 2012
When Skyline’s Maria Volodkevich marched out to the poolside for the state championships Nov. 10 the words ‘just race’ were scrawled across her palm.
It was the first event of the 2012 4A Girls State Swim and Dive Championships and, after finishing two-tenths of a second ahead of Issaquah in the preliminary race, the Skyline Spartans 200 yard medley relay team was ready to battle it out for the state title.
November 7, 2012
Runners from both Eastlake and Skyline high schools’ cross country teams returned from the Oct. 3 state tournament with high marks.
Keegan Symmes, a senior at Skyline, was the plateau’s highest individual finisher. Read more