Bothell volleyball beats Newport; Cross country teams wrap up regular season | Prep roundup

The Bothell High volleyball team rolled to a conference victory over Newport on Wednesday evening at Bothell High School.

The Bothell High volleyball team rolled to a conference victory over Newport on Wednesday evening at Bothell High School.

Gabby Kepley led the way with eight kills as the Cougars won 25-13, 25-14, 25-10.

Alexa Torres had seven kills, and Camille Gilmore, Sydney Cowan and Maddie Butters each had four kills. Gilmore served 28 times, helping the Cougars to dominate the second set depite registering only seven kills.

Gilmore finished with six serving aces.

Bothell (3-1 KingCo, 9-2) can clinch a berth in the upcoming KingCo tournament with a win over Woodinville on Monday, Oct. 17.

The Inglemoor High volleyball team dropped big match on Wednesday evening in Snoqualmie, falling in four sets to Mount Si.

Inglemoor (1-3, 4-5) lost for the third consecutive match, and is in danger of missing the KingCo tournament with the three remaining matches scheduled against the top three teams in the conference.

Kammi led the Vikings with 14 kills. Mount Si (1-4, 5-6) snapped a four-match losing streak.

Next, Inglemoor is scheduled for a nonconference match with Archbishop Murphy on Thursday, Sept. 13 at Inglemoor High School.


Bothell junior Tyler Schenck ran a career-best 16 minutes, 41 seconds to place third in a three-team meet on Wednesday at St. Edward State Park in Kenmore.

Issaquah, though, didn’t give much ground, finishing with six of the top seven runners and scoring only 18 points.

Bothell scored 43 points, leading Newport with 84 points.

Bothell sophomore Logan Milandin also set a new career-best of 17:05 for an eighth place finish. Junior Shane Barringer finished in ninth, two seconds later. Freshmen Brandon Schenck and Cooper Hayes finished 15th and 16th in 18:08 and 18:11, respectively.

Freshman Andrew Herroitt (19th) and junior Jorge Zuninga (21st) rounded out the scoring five for Bothell.

Issaquah’s Luke George won the meet in 16:04.

The Issaquah girls’ team did, in fact, pull off a perfect 15. The Issaquah runners took the top six spots on Wednesday, led by a first-place finish from Kenna Clawson.

Liza Yusem led the Bothell team, finishing eighth in 20:35.

The Inglemoor High boys team cruised to a win against Eastlake at Beaver Lake Park on Wednesday in Sammamish.

Wilson Turk finished in 16:56, leading a contingent of nine Inglemoor runners in the top 13. Inglemoor won the meet 20-43. Liam Elias, Ray Vernon, Brayden Schultz, Ethan Karlinsey, Cooper Laird and Andrew Vernon rounded out the varsity seven.

The Inglemoor girls lost by 2 points to Eastlake. Rebecca Ledsham won the race with a time of 19:24 over Brooke Manson of Eastlake.

The boys finish 5-2 in league competition while the girls finish 3-4.

Next up for Inglemoor and Bothell are the KingCo Championships on Oct. 22 at Lake Sammamish State Park.

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