Athletics

Bothell High School has a proud athletic tradition, teaching teamwork, leadership, and hard work. Sports vary by season, and are broken into Fall, Winter, and Spring sports.

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ATHLETIC CONDITIONING -- Weight room is open for ALL athletes to begin or continue conditioning as follows:
Mornings:  Wednesday: 6:00 - 7:15.
After school: Monday and Friday 3:00 - 5:00 and
Tuesdays - Thursdays -  2:30 - 4:30

See details for specific sport times on team website.
 


April 23 results:

BASEBALL:
Great game last night. Leon Johnson pitched a shut out!  He gave up only 4 hits and no walks with three strikeouts.  Dylan Gerard doubled and scored the winning run on a sacrifice fly by Caden Baker.   
Facing WHS tonight at 7 -- hoping for same results!

LACROSSE:
Lacrosse faced Issaquah at home.  Issaquah won with a final score of 19-1 The game showcased the Cougar's strong defense with Trent Suckut having an impressive 13 saves. 
The Cougars will be at Eastlake High School on Friday, April 26th. Game time is 8:00pm. 
 

SOCCER:
Varsity:   Facing a playoff bound Inglemoor team (the best in Northshore) we had a game in front of us!  We battled for 90 minutes and looked like a playoff bound team ourselves. 
We opened the scoring with a great finish by Slone Sasouvanh, assisted by Taedyn Anderson. We went into half with the lead, but we were quickly reminded that Inglemoor was a good team. They took a 2-1 lead off of a few mistakes, but the boys responded. Closing out the 2nd half, we worked the ball across the field from right to left, got CJ White into the end line, and he assisted Taedyn for our tying goal. 
The game went into overtime and Inglemoor had a few chances. We defended well and were able to counter. Gabe Grigoryan found himself in the 18 with the ball at his feet and buried the go-ahead goal far post. We stayed strong the last 5 minutes and won our first game of the season, 3-2What a ride!  
All of the boys contributed and we head into our last two games looking to close out the season on a high note. Go Cougs!

JV:  We had an exciting game against Inglemoor last night. We went up 1-0 in the first half on a goal by Calvin KernsReece Williams had an awesome save on a free kick in the first half to keep the shutout going. Inglemoor came out strong in the second half and scored 3 goals.
We recovered and were able to put some pressure on towards the end.  Jadon Taylorwas able to draw a penalty kick with about 12 minutes to go. Calvin converted again to make the score 3-2. We pushed and had some big chances but weren't able to find the tying goal. Felix Galicia finally got his dreams answered and was able to play up top the last 15 minutes. 
 

SOFTBALL:
JV Softball Defeats North Creek 13-3 thanks to a timely seven runs and a big third inning. Anya Mcintyre, Tara Duong, Sophie Blair, Makena Jorgenson, Eden Molay, and Sienna Belleach had RBIs in the frame.
Cougars opened up scoring in the first inning, when Bell singled on a 3-2 count, scoring one run.  JV pulled away for good with seven runs in the third inning. In the third Mcintyre doubled on a 1-0 count, scoring one run, Duong tripled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run,Blair singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run, Jorgenson singled on a 1-2 count, scoring one run, Molay singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring two runs, and Bell singled on a 3-1 count, scoring one run.
Molay was credited with the victory for Bothell Cougars JV. She surrendered three runs on seven hits over seven innings, striking out four.
Cougars totaled13 hits in the game. Bell, Blair, Duong, Jorgenson, and Molay all had multiple hits for Bothell. Bell went 3-for-5 at the plate to lead Bothell Cougars JV in hits.
Cougars didn't commit a single error in the field. Bell had the most chances in the field with 12. 
Bothell tore up the base paths, as five players stole at least two bases. Molay led the way with four.

TENNIS:
Girls varsity tennis lost to Inglemoor 7-0. We had a lot of close matches and each one of the girls competed for every ball. Great communication, footwork and hustle made for some good matches. Best match of the day was at 3rd doubles. Jenya Koryachek and Dorian Pulido were strong in the back court and at the net. They lost 6-1, 6-3.


April 22:

GOLF:

The girls golf team played a great match on Monday vs. Inglemoor in a steady rain at Redmond Ridge. Seniors Katie Rutter and Kaitlyn Shelver made us proud on Senior Day, modeling great leadership and sportsmanship as they always do! Katie had the low score of the match, shooting 43 and earning 5 league points. Ellie Miller put up her best score of the year (58), and Christina Parmelee added a solid 55 to the team effort.

The team plays their last league match of the year Wednesday against North Creek, and then will send five players to the KingCo Tourney next Monday.

RESCHEDULED FROM MONDAY RAIN OUT:

BASEBALL -- moved to TODAY, 4/23 --   Varsity vs  North Creek at Bothell. 6:00 ;  JV  Bothell at North Creek.    7:00

Also happening today:  Tennis (weather dependent?!), Badminton vs North Creek here at 3:45; Soccer vs IHS at Pop 5:30/7:30; Softball at North Creek 6:00; Lacrosse at BHS 7:45.

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LACROSSE:

Cougars played Juanita at the Kirkland Lacrosse Center on Friday night, April 19th.  Juanita won with a final score of 15-2. The game showcased the Cougar's strong defense with Trent Suckut having an impressive 14 saves. Bryce MacDonald and William 'Sharky' Gasparek each had a goal and Ryan Metz had an assist.

The Cougars will be hosting Issaquah on Tuesday, April 23rd at 8 PM.  This is one of our last home games so we encourage all to come check it out.


Oregon Trip:  Bothell Lacrosse played in Oregon this past week.  On Saturday, Bothell played Wilson, Oregon and lost 9-7.  Bryce MacDonald was our leading scorer.   In the second quarter freshman, Adam Smith scored his first varsity goal to tie the game 3-3. In the third quarter, Ethan Fadlovich scored his first varsity goal on an assist from Brendan Barry.  Goalie, Trent Suckut, had several great saves.  On Monday, Bothell played Skyview, Oregon and lost 13-2.  Bryce MacDonald scored both of our goals.  Goalie, Trent Suckut had 14 saves. 

Bothell Varsity Lacrosse played at home against cross-town rival Inglemoor Wednesday night, April 17th.  The Cougars came out on top with a score of 14-4.  While Bryce McDonald was the Cougars’ leading scorer with 5 goals, the other 9 were spread out amongst 6 other players – Ryan Metz, William Gasparek, Adam Smith, Byron Reyes, Ryan Palmer, Jackson Burnham.  Ryan Palmer and Jackson Burnham both had their first varsity goals last night. The following players had Assists that resulted in goals – Ryan Metz, Trevor Pierce, Bryce McDonald, Carson Petrie and Jackson Burnham.   
This Friday, April 19th, BHS  has a non-conference game against Juanita at the Kirkland Lacrosse Center (Big Finn Hill Park) @ 8:00pm.  Come check it out!

SOFTBALL: double header
1)  JV vs Shorewood:  Brookyn Harrel had the hot hand on Wednesday leading Cougars to a 16-3 victory over Shorewood.  Harrel singled in the first, doubled in the second, singled in the fourth, and tripled in the fifth. She surrendered three runs on five hits over five innings, striking out four and walking one.   Cougars pulled away for good with five runs in the second inning.  Harrel doubled on a 2-1 count, scoring one run, Eden Molay singled on a 1-1 count, scoring two runs, Alex Watkinson doubled on a 2-0 count, scoring one run, and Sophie Blair singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run.  Harrel, Bell, Blair, Watkinson, Carlyn Tradal, Anya McIntyre and Molay all managed multiple hits in the 21 hits game.  12 stolen bases contributed to the win -- Harrel led the way with two.

2) JV Softball over Shorewood:
Makena Jorgenson led the Cougars to victory on the rubber.  

Carlyn Tradal  was an RBI machine on Wednesday, driving in four on three hits to lead Cougars past Shorewood 19-10 on Wednesday.

Tradal drove in runs on a home run in the second, a single in the fifth and a stolen base in the sixth.  Cougars took the lead for good with three runs in the third inning. In the third Alex Watkinson singled on a 1-0 count, scoring one run and Amber Galloway homered on a 2-2 count, scoring two runs.  Cougars tallied four runs in the fifth inning. The offensive onslaught was led by Tradal and Molay  Two home runs on the day -- Tradal had a homer in the second inning. Galloway had a dinger in the third inning.  18 hits were scatted in the game. Tara DuongBrooklyn Harrel, Tradal, Galloway, Molay and Watkinson all had multiple hits. Duong went 4-for-4 at the plate to lead Cougars in hits. Cougars tore up the base paths, as five players stole at least two bases. Harrel led the way with six.

TRACK:
Bothel track went to Issaquah to take on one of the top teams in the league. The Bothell girls came in short handed competing without four of our top athletes but everyone stepped up to win 89-57. The boys won 81-61. Both teams have a 30 meet Kingco win streak. 
The boys were lead by Gabe Johnson who won the high jump and finished second in the long jump and 300 hurdles. Mason Locknane won the 400, Cooper Hayes the 800, Dylan Lennon the 1600, Jackson Milner 110 hurdles,  Myles Phillips the 300 hurdles and both relay teams won.  In field events Sean Witters won the javelin.
 

On the girls side, Lexi Tawrel won the 100, Jaiden Childs the 200, ZuZu Kandilige 400, Kerstin Ly 800, Jenna Milner 100 hurdles, Kate Gaw 300 hurdles and Bothell won all three relays. The 4 x 400 team of Devon Lipkin, Kerstin Ly, Liza Yusem and Estera Levinte  is 3rd fastest in the state.  In field Emily Villenueva won shot, Salima Mayanja high jump and Devon Lipkin won the long jump.    
Next week Bothell faces Redmond at home. Both teams are undefeated so it will be regular season Kingco championship. COME WATCH!!

JV SOCCER:  What a game! We got outstanding efforts from everyone across the board. I would like to highlight our back line, Earth Detpistpong, Miles Barrett, Rory Stobie, and Tobi Olson for locking them down all game long and finishing with a shut out. They made life easy on Matt and Reece, who made a few nice saves to preserve it. 

We had goals from Miles Barrett (with a cracker about 30 yards out!), Jadon Taylor (assisted by Nic), Nic Hill (assisted by Jadon), and Felix Galicia who scored on a free kick scrum.

V TENNIS:
Varsity girls lost to a very tough Newport team yesterday. Though the score was 7-0 there were a number of matches that had some great rally’s.

Varsity Girls Tennis defeated Mt.Si 5-2 on April 4th. This was a total team victory. The team played for each other and over came some obstacles in the win.
Outstanding performances were put in by Megan Wong winning at #1 singles 6-2, 6-1,Esther Nguyen overcoming illness at #2 singles and winning 6-2, 6-2, Bean Lowe played her best match of the year at #3 singles. She won a tight first set 7-5 and then was down 1-4 in the second set before grinding out a 6-4 win. Claudia Han was in total focus at #4 singles and won 6-1, 6-2.
And the doubles team of Dorian Pulido and Jenya Koryachek played a steady match and won 6-4, 6-4.

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April 4

LACROSSE:
Varsity lacrosse played Mercer Island last night and lost 19-3.  Bryce MacDonald scored all three goals for the Cougars.  Brendan Barry played well, demonstrating excellent control.  Join us on Wednesday 4/17 @ 7:45 PM @ BHS when we take on the Inglemoor Vikings. 
 

SOFTBALL:
JV - Despite allowing 5 runs in the first inning Cougars took the victory over Lake Washington.  In the bottom of the fifth, Jenna Legault hit a solo home run to tie the game.  Eden Molay led the Cougars on the rubber, allowing four hits and one run over seven innings and striking out 11.  Eighteen hits in the game -- contributors: Anya McIntyre, Sophie Blair, Amber Galloway; Eden Molay led with three hits in four at bats.  Eleven bases were stolen with three players stealing more than one...Jenna Legault led the way with two.  


April 3:

BASEBALL:
Varsity -- The baseball team beat Woodinville last night 2-1 in a tight, very well played game.  The game ended with a spectacular strike 'em out, throw 'em out double play with Kassin Matson, Josh Davis, and Dylan Gerard.   Jackson Gould pitched 6-1/3 solid innings allowing just five hits, and Gerard made several excellent plays at shortstop.  Kassin Matson threw just four pitches to get the save.  Caden Baker had two hits and scored both runs on RBI by Josh Davis and Dylan Gerard.  
 

SOCCER: 
Varsity - Bothell took on a good Skyline team last night and we focused on 3 things: turnovers, touches, and chances created.  This ended up being the best soccer we've played all season. We knocked the ball well, got in behind Skyline's back line, and kept possession once we got the ball. Our mistakes did cost us, as we lost 4-1, but the game overall was a huge step forward. We created more chances than Skyline, and we will build off of this momentum.
Riley Lathrop had his best game of the season to top and scored our lone goal off a great cross from Slone Sasouvanh. Slone was great as the left forward creating havoc all night. Matias Valencia was clinical in the middle of the field. Taedyn Anderson was dominant in the air. Cody Winkleman solidified our defense and was able to create from the backline.
 

JV -- What a great game we had last night. Everyone on the team battled the entire night and we took it to Skyline - one of the toughest programs in Kingco. We had several strings of great passes - and were able to win 4-5 corners during the game. We also played great positionally and you could see Skyline getting visually frustrated throughout the game. Unfortunately, they scored a goal with about 8 minutes left to take the win 1-0.  Everyone played great, but specifically I thought Nick Hill and Liam Skelton had their best games of the season. 
 

TRACK:
Bothell track took on an undefeated Inglemoor team and came out on top with the boys winning 90-50 and the girls winning 96-50.  Riley Morrison, Darius Kubalanza and Mason Locknane dominated the sprints.  Cooper Hayes ran a pr in the 400 almost beating the top 400 runner in Kingco finishing just .46 behind. Gage Herriott and Garret Lowe lead a 1-4 sweep in the 800 and Amrit Banga and Brandon Schenck went 1-2 in the 3200.  They boys remained undefeated this season in the relays.  In field events Gabe Johnson won the high jump and long jump, Sean Witters won the javelin and shot put and Caleb Lind took second in both the shot and discus.
 

On the girls side, Camryn LaVine, Jaiden Childs, Lexi Tawrel and Jayda Dixon continue to dominate the sprints taking top spots in both the 100 and 200.  The girls relays are also undefeated this season and the 4 x 200 team of Jayda Dixon, Lexi Tawrel, Estera Levinte and Jaiden Childs put up the fastest time in Kingco. Devon Lipkin won the 400 and finished 2nd in long jump.  The distance girls put on a show going 1-5 in the 800 won by Liza Yusem, 1-5 in the 1600 won by Samantha Crumbaugh and 1-2 in the 3200 with Kerstin Ly taking first place. In the field Emily Villanueva and Kiki Dempsey went 1-2 in the shot and discus with Emily winning the shot and Kiki winning the discus. Avarey Wilson threw a pr in the javelin winning the competition by 7 feet and Salima Mayanja won the high jump in her first meet of the season. 


April 2

LACROSSE:
Last night lacrosse lost to Bellevue 19-7.  Gabe Erickson won several face offs.  Goals were scored by Bryce MacDonald, Ryan Metz, Sharkey Gasparek and Brendan Barry.  Just before half time, Bryce MacDonald bounced a pass off the ground to Ryan Metz on a fast break to score goal #5.  
The boys play on Thursday @ 7:45 @ BHS vs Mercer Island. 


TENNIS:
Varsity - lost 0-7 to a very tough Eastlake team. Eastlake is very experienced and has many players who play all year round. Our team fought and had some rallies. Our hope is that we learned more than the sting of the loss and can trust our training for Thursday’s big match at MT. SI


April 1, 2019

BASEBALL:
VARSITY - The Cougars beat North Creek last night 5-0.  Caden Ihrigscattered four hits over five innings for the win and Kassin Matson threw two hitless innings of relief with four strikouts.  Caden Baker and Josh Davis each had two hits and Dylan Gerard threw out two runners at home plate in this well played game.

GOLF:
The girls golf team played Mount Si Monday on a picture-perfect day at Redmond Ridge. Katie Rutter shot her best round of the year so far (43), taking second and earning four KingCo points. Kaitlyn Shelver played a great round, making two pars, including one on the difficult 4th hole (an intimidating par three surrounded by water!). Christina Parmelee made her first birdie ever, quite a milestone for any golfer! 

All of the girls continue to improve and have fun!

TENNIS:
The varsity girls tennis team defeated Mariner 5-2. This was a good team win. Girls played for each other and were very focused. I was very encouraged by their footwork. Highlights of the match: 
In singles action Megan Wong, Esther Nguyen won in straight sets. Megan was dominant at #1 with a score of 6-3,6-0.    Esther was having a great day with ball placement and using strategy. She won 6-4, 6-3.
Bean Lowe won by default and Claudia Han lost a tight match at #4 4-6, 4-6.
In doubles action, Brooklyn and Evie Smith played smart and executed their game plan with precision at #1 dubs with a 6-2, 6-4 victory. One of the best matches of the day was at #3 dubs. The team of Jenya Koryachek and Dorian Pulido played an outstanding match. They focused on their strengths and exploited their opponent's weaknesses with smart set of shots and great put away's. They won 6-4, 6-1.
A big shout out to Ananya Kumar and Bean Lowe for winning 8-0 at  Exhibition.   
 


March 30

BASEBALL:
Varsity -- Going into the fifth inning Bothell trailed Issaquah 1 - 6. Leon Johnson stepped on the mound and threw three scoreless innings to allow the Cougars a comeback win!  Miles Winter started the scoring with a home run; Cameron Ley laid down a great bunt; Caden Baker hit a sacrifice fly to give the Cougars the winning run.  What a game! 
 

SOCCER:
Varsity -- Another game that was a tale of two halves. Cody Winkleman had a great game filling in at center back. Gabe Grigoryan was dangerous again up top. Joseph Franco had a good game at right back. Bothell 0 - 2 Interlake.
Ready to take on Skyline this Wednesday. 
 

SOFTBALL:
Varsity -- Bothell beat Issaquah on Friday night 2-1. Morgan Shults pitched a 2 hit gem and Katie Fodge hit the game winning 2 run double in the 6th inning.

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March 28 recap:

SOFTBALL:

JV - Cougars defeated Juanita 14-2 last night.  Makena Jorgenson pitch all 5 innings giving up only 2 runs.  Alex Watkinson had a great night with the bat going 3/3 overall.  Jenna Legault also had a monster home run. Jenna Legault, Baylee Mittendorf, Kolby Zaha, Brooklyn Harrel and Sienna Bell all had doubles last night. BHS collected a total of 15 hits during the victory and tore up the base path with 11 stolen bases.

TENNIS: 

Varsity -  Tennis lost to Redmond 0-7. Girls some played some very exciting matches. Highlight matches of the day were: Evie and Brooklyn Smith at 1st doubles. After losing the 1st set 1-6 they rallied and played a very tough second set. Outstanding shot selection and strategy. They played much better, losing 6-7 in a tie-breaker. 
In exhibition match play, the team of Dorian Pulido and Jenya Koryachekdefeated Redmond 6-0, 6-4.


MARCH 27:

SOFTBALL:
Bothell beat Skyline 10-0 in 5 innings. Ena Borgen threw a 2 hit shutout. Morgan Shults went 3-3 and Katie Fodge went 2-2 to lead the Cougars.

TENNIS:
Varsity Girls Tennis lost to a very experienced Skyline team yesterday 0-7. The team score and individual scores don't show how hard the girls played. This was a great match to show the team where they can be and what it will take to get there. Some highlights:

Esther Nguyen lost 2-6, 0-6 at #2 singles but many games went to deuce and AD.
Brooklyn and Evie Smith, after losing the first set 0-6, battled in the second set and played outstanding before falling 3-6 at first doubles.
Angela Menge and Abby Park had some outstanding rallies and showed mental toughness throughout their match at #2 doubles in a 3-6, 1-6 loss. 

TRACK:
Last night Bothell hosted Woodinville with the boys winning by a score of 111-32 and the girls winning 90-57. Myles Phillips won the boys 100 and 200 with Darius Kubalanza finishing in a close second in both events.  Bothell had 14 boys ahead of Woodinville's first finisher in both events.  The distance squad had a strong showing with Dylan Lennon, Brandon Schenck and Cooper Hayes going 1-2-3 in the mile and Cooper and Brandon going 1-2 in the 800. Caleb Lind won the shot put, Sean Witters won javelin and Jideofer Emeka finished first in the long jump. Bothell won both relay events as well. 
On the girls side Lexi Tawrel won both the 100 and 200, ZuZu Kandilige won the 400 and Bothell won all three relay events. Kerstin Ly and Liza Yusem lead the distance crew with top finished in both the 800 and 1600, Monserrat Lopez came in first in the 3200 and Emily Villenuava won the shot put. Both boys and girls extended their Kingco meet winning streak to 28. Next week we are at Inglemoor who is tied for Bothell at the top of the standings.


Tuesday, March 26

SOCCER:
VARSITY -- Looking at the last 30 minutes, the boys played a great game. 
Gabe Grigoryan had another great game up top and scored his 2nd goal of the season, assisted by Slone Sasouvanh. Cody Winkleman was active and battled all night in the middle of the field. Joseph Franco and Roshawn Seeny were active on the wings and helped get us into the attack.  Unfortunately the game started slow for us. Bothell 1 - 4 Newport.
JV Soccer recap -- We got our first point of the season last night, tying Newport 2-2. We had some great moments during the game.  Awesome performances across the board, especially from our back line. Midfielders worked hard!  Up top, we had Jadon Taylor with 2 goals, with some great holdup play from Alex Goddard.
Specifically, our second goal was something we have been working on all season. Calvin Kearns played a great outlet to Alex, who was able to swing it wide toNick Hill. Nick played a great ball (on the ground) to a diagonally streaking Jadon who was in for an easy 1v1 finish. 
Wish you would have seen it!!  Come join the crowd!

SOFTBALL: 
JV Cougars over Eastlake 10-0.
Eden Molay was credited with the victory.  She went five innings, allowing only one base hit and went 3-3 at bat with all 3 hits doubles. 
Brooklyn Harrel made a great catch in center field robbing the hitter from a double. 
Cougar bats were on fire early on and throughout this game -- BHS committed no errors.   Truly great performances for the whole team.   


March 25 

BASEBALL:
Josh Davis hit two triples and Jackson Gould fought through six rain soaked innings to secure a 9-0 win over Newport.  The Cougar defense led by Dylan Gerard and Austin Cartwright was stellar on a tough night.  

SOFTBALL:
Softball loses to Newport – in the POURING rain!  Morgan Shults and Izzy Brandolini had 2 hits each.  As has been the case all season the team rallied and provided excitement; but Newport did too!
 

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March 23:

Friday, March 23

GOLF:  After a snow-delayed start to the season, the girls golf team is in "full swing" and improving daily! 
Our first match took us to one of the best and most challenging courses in the area, Sahalee, where the girls played a very good Eastlake team. Katie Rutterplayed well and qualified for districts, and all the girls represented Bothell well with outstanding effort and sportsmanship.  
Our first home match vs. Woodinville led to our first win of the year, with all of the girls improving from our first match! Returning players Christina Parmelee and Lilli Kihlstrom both contributed strong performances while newcomers Kaitlyn Shelver and Claire Balee both hit some terrific shots to contribute to the effort. Captain Katie Rutter shot a match-best 45 to earn medalist honors.
Our last match took us to the very difficult Plateau Club and a meeting with Skyline. Katie again posted our team's best score, earning individual KingCo points, with Natty Haskell also contributing a strong performance. While the girls battled for 9 holes, Skyline's experience led them to victory.
The girls have a home match today vs. Mount Si and head to Bear Creek Thursday to play a very good Redmond team.

SOFTBALL:
We lost 13-11 to Redmond on Friday night but it wasn’t without some fireworks and an exciting ending.
We were down 5-0 right away in the first inning and facing a D1 (University of Tennessee) pitching commit in Kiki Milloy. But we fought back in the second inning highlighted by a 3 run home run by Nicole Leadley. We scored a total of 5 runs in the second to tie it 5-5. Then in the next 4 innings we gave up 8 runs and were trailing 13-5.
Again, we fought back scoring a total of 6 runs in the 5th and 6th innings highlighted by a 2 run home run by Freshman Tatum Powers
Going into the 7th inning we were trailing 13-11 and had the tying run on 2nd base before we made the last out.   We definitely gave everything we had but just came up short.
Brooke Davis went 3-4 and Tatum Powers went 2-4 with a double and a home run. 
 


March 21:

SOCCER:
Faced another undefeated team in Issaquah.  Bothell 0 - 3 Issaquah.
Zach Jokisch had his best game yet at center back and consistently made plays on the ball in tough situations. He was also able to get us into the attack. Joseph Franco had a great game as well working up and down the left side of the field.


March 20:

You missed a spectacular softball game last night!  In addition to perfect weather the game was a come from behind, "one more time at bat" that turned into a home run, stolen base, bottom of the last inning WIN!!!  Something for everyone.... Just a fan, but I'm telling you the game was a thrill, the crowd enthusiastic...hope to see you soon! 
SOFTBALL:
Morgan Shults pitched 5 1/3 innings and scattered 7 hits while striking out 5 hitters. Ena Borgen came in relief and pitched the final 1 2/3 innings allowing only 1 hit and 0 runs. 
Hitting highlights were a LONG home run by Katie Fodge to cut the deficit to 5-4. Izzy Brandolini hit a game tying double in the 6th inning. Then in the bottom of the 7th inning, in a 5-5 game, Brooke Davis laid down a perfect suicide squeeze bunt to score Ena Borgen for a walk off off 6-5 win. 

TRACK: 
Bothell had their first Kingco meet of the year against North Creek and had a great day!  Boys won the meet 92-52. Cooper Hayes won the 800 in 1:58 which is top in the state. Amrit Banga put up the second fastest mile in the state with a 4:24, Myles Phillipsand Riley Morrison went 1-2 in the 100 with times that rank them 6th and 13th in the state and Myles won the 200 as well. Mason Locknane and Garrett Lowe went 1-2 in the 400 (8th and 9th in state),Jackson Milner won both hurdle events (3rd in state in 110 hurdles), Dylan Lennon won the 3200.
Caleb Lind won the shot put, Gabe Johnson the discus and Sean Witters the javelin.
The girls won 95-46 and also had an impressive day. Jaiden Childs won the 100 and 200, ZuZu Kandiligewon the 400, Liza Yusem won the 1600 in 5:23 the 4th fastest time in the state, Kerstin Ly won the 800, Monserrat Lopez the 3200 and Kiki Dempsey won the discus.  The girls won all three relay events with times that rank them in the top 5 in all three.  The boys and girls extended their Kingco meet win streaks to 27 each. 

Next Wednesday we compete at home against Woodinville.  


March 19 recap
SOCCER:Bothell took on what was to be a very tough Redmond team.  Redmond capitalized on a few of our mistakes and unfortunately the game ended 3-0, Redmond. While the scoreline wasn't great, there were a lot of positives.
Cody Winkleman returned and was a game changer in the middle of the field. He was vocal, physical, and worked off the ball. Slone Sasouvanh was dangerous on the left side and created several chances. Gabe Grigoryan had another great game up top, and we will look to get more involved with him in the attack.
 

SOFTBALL:
Varsity:  We beat Mt Si yesterday 16-8. Ena Borgen pitched 5 1/3 innings scattering 6 hits and striking out 4 and allowing 0 earned runs. At the plate Brooke Davis had a huge night as she went 5-5 with 2 doubles and 3 RBI’s. Katie Fodge went 3-5 with 4 RBI’s which included a 2 run home run in the first inning. Liz Olson, Kelsey Fortney, Briella Wyllys, and Tatum Powers all chipped in 2 hits a piece as we had 19 hits in the game.

JV:  Entering the 4th inning Bothell was down 1.5.  BUT THEN:  we scored 19 runs in 23 hits in the 4th inning!  Sienna Bell had a triple, Eden Molay went 3/3, Jenna Legault went 4/4 with 4 runs scored.  Eden Molay closed the game out.  Final: BHS 20 - Mt Si 5.
 

TENNIS:
Girls tennis lost 0-7 to a very good Juanita team. Both teams struggled with the wind all day.  Best match of the day was put in by Brooklyn and Evie Smith at 1st dubs. They lost a tight first set 5-7 and rallied back to take the 2nd set 6-1. The third set was a super tie- breaker and they battled but fell 7-10.
Overall it was a day of-learning.


March 18
BASEBALL:
Baseball team beat Mt Si last night 4-2.  Evan Berry had three hits and a walk, Jackson Gould pitched five innings and allowed one run, and Kassin Matson closed the game with two solid innings striking out the last two hitters with the tying run on base.  Erik Bainter and Dylan Gerard each had hits and the Cougar infield turned three double plays.  WIN 4 - 2.  
 

TENNIS:
Girls tennis defeated Lynnwood 6-1 yesterday. The team played smart and were up to the challenge.  In singles action, we won all 4 singles matches.
Megan Wong won 6-0, 6-0 at #1, Esther Nguyen won 6-0, 6-0 at #2, Bean Lowe won 6-3, 6-0 at #3, and Claudia Han won 6-3, 6-4.
In doubles action, Brooklyn and Evie Smith played an outstanding match at #1 dubs and won 6-4, 6-0. Angela Menge and Abby Park played very well but fell 6-3, 2-6, 1-6 at #2 dubs. And the longest match of the day was put in by Allison Bridgeford and Ananya Kumar at #3 dubs, Score was 6-3, 1-6, 10-2. 
Great team victory. Now we face a very tough Juanita team today  


Saturday March 16:
TRACK
Bothell boys and girls track teams competed at the Shoreline Invitational on Saturday with 15 other schools from around the state. Despite missing many athletes due to illness Bothell still finished in 2nd place. We had a lot of athletes competing in their first track meet so we are thrilled with the results. This week we have our first KingCo meet at North Creek where both the boys and girls are looking to extend their 26 KingCo meet win streak. 

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BHS Athletics Director Yonni Mills

Yonni Mills
Athletic Director
425-408-7015
ymills@nsd.org

Dan Newell
Athletic Trainer
425-408-7180
dnewell@nsd.org

Nancy Murray
Athletic Secretary
425-408-7004
nmurray@nsd.org

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