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No practice on Thursday, October 18th

The varsity teams will be competing at Lake Sammamish State Park on Thursday, October 18th for the Kingco League Championships. This meet will serve as the state qualifying meet. The top 3 teams and 21 individuals qualify for the State Meet on November 3rd. The rest of the team will NOT have practice that day. We will have the normal practice schedule on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.

Issaquah, Inglemoor at Redmond-October 10th

Issaquah girls won both meets with 20 points to Redmond’s 37 and Inglemoor’s 78 points. The boys team placed second to Redmond who had 21 points, Issaquah had 45 and Inglemoor had 69 points.

See meet results here

Congratulations to all competitors today who showed up with terrific attitudes and ran their best!

From Stuti and Annika

Just a reminder from Annika and Stuti. We are collecting money this week for senior and coach gifts. We are asking seniors to give $5 and everyone else give $10. The donation is HIGHLY appreciated but not required. If you have the ability to pay, please give your money to either Annika or Stuti and we will mark you off the team roster. Thanks so much!

Cross Country Awards Night-Tuesday, October 23rd at 7pm in the Theater

Please join the coaching staff at 7pm on October 23rd to celebrate all of the 2018 cross country athletes and their accomplishments! The evening celebration begins at 7:00 in the Theater. Varsity and JV letters will be awarded along with Team Captain, Most Improved and Inspirational Awards as voted on by the team.

“Munch and Mingle” will follow. Stay tuned for more information coming from parents who are organizing this portion of the evening.

All uniforms should be turned in prior to 7pm. Please wash all items and place in a bag with the athlete’s name on the bag. Fine cards will be submitted to the bookkeeper for missing items by October 25th.

We look forward to seeing all the athletes and their families on the 23rd!

Issaquah, Inglemoor @ Redmond-October 10th-Hartman Park across from Redmond HS.

Out of class at 2:10pm and the buses leave at 2:25pm.
Race schedule is as follows:
4:00  All Girls

4:45  Varsity Boys-Sam Griffith, Allen Aby, Barry Diedericks, Jasper Fuhs, Sam Rosenkranz, Alec Barran, Alex Darragh, Torin Carmichael, Jerry Imai-Takemura, Alex Takeuchi, Conner Tobey, Ian Streams, Mike Violette, Brendan Wiederien, Max Saviello, Andrew Schmidt, Spencer Haas, Nic Chin, Caleb Murphy, Trevor Jordan, Josh Delgadillo, Cody Tenace, Aidan Miller, Jonah Niemann, Aryan Kundu, Luke Darragh, Hunter Scheppat, Matt Wilkinson, Mizuki Yamada, Isaac Anderson, Matt Mascavage, Trent Angell, Ellis Losey

5:15  All Remaining Boys


Hole in the Wall-October 6th

Results are posted on athletic.net.Results are posted on athletic.net.

What a fantastic day for the Eagle runners who were flying high recording personal record after personal record! The weather cooperated which made for a fast course. The competition was incredible with countless top 10 Washington state ranked teams from all classifications.  In addition, there were teams from California, Utah and Hawaii.

The Eagles started the day with the Frosh/Soph Boys team finishing 3rd out of 22 teams led by freshman Jerry Imai-Takemura’s (17:17) 4th place finish. All Issaquah runners had PRs in this race.

Next up were the “Fast” JV Girls who placed 4th out of 12 teams. Swathi Padmanabhan (20:54) was our top finisher in 9th and led 5 of the 7 runners to lifetime personal records.

The “Fast” JV Boys race had our top team finish of the day. They placed 2nd out of 28 teams. Seven of the nine boys had lifetime PRs. The team was led by Torin Carmichael who finished 5th in 17:08.

Both the boys and girls varsity teams were entered in the fast division. The boys team placed 13th out of 38 and was led by Sam Griffith’s 34th place in a time of 15:55. Five of the seven boys had personal records and Sam tied his from the Bellevue Invite.

For the varsity girls team that finished 5th out of 40 schools, six of the seven runners had lifetime PRs. Julia David-Smith was the overall winner in a new course record time of 17:16!

Congratulations to all who competed today and thanks to all of the parents and supporters who came up to cheer on the team!