Please join us and help honor our volleyball Seniors!
Interlake vs Lake Washington, Mon, 10/21
The Saints took on Lake Washington Monday night and played well against the Kangs. After losing the first set, they battled back winning the next 3 sets. The match scores were 22-25, 25-13, 25-20, and 25-19.
Interlake highlights came from the Regalia sisters with Julia Regalia contributing 37 assists and 17 digs and Jacqueline Regaliawith 15 kills. Kendall Davis contributed 26 digs and Erin Brown had an impressive 8 kills and 5 aces. Despite a decisive victory in the second set, the Saints JV team lost to Lake Washington: 20-25; 25-9; 13-25. The C team lost their match with set scores: 16-25, 20-25, and 10-15.
Interlake vs Wenatchee, Sat, 10/19
Last Saturday the Saints traveled up to Woodinville to play a non-league match with a team visiting from the other side of the mountains, Wenatchee. Interlake battled the much taller Panthers valiantly but ended up losing the match with scores of 21-25, 19-25, and 15-25. Strong Saints' performances were given by Kendall Davis with 16 digs, Julia Regalia with 13 assists and 3 aces, and Isabelle Long with 5 kills.
Interlake vs Bellevue,
After losing to Bellevue in their first match-up this season, the Saints were fired up for a rematch. It didn't look good for Interlake after the Wolverines took the first two sets. But with help from the "7th" man (the student fans), the Saints mounted an unprecedented comeback of epic proportions. Led by Kendall Daviswith 35 digs, Jamie Wagner with 20 digs, Julia Regalia with 34 assists,Jacqueline Regalia with 10 kills, Erin Brown with 15 kills and Courtney Johnson with 7 aces and 18 digs, the Saints dominated the 3rd set and won the final two to take the match! Set scores were: 17-25, 22-25, 25-6, 25-21 and 15-7. An awesome win! The Saints JV team won all three sets against Bellevue, 27-25, 25-24 and 15-13. The C team also won their match with set scores: 25-17, 25-21 and 11-15 for a clean sweep!
Senior Night is tonight, October 24th. The team will be honoring the Senior Girl Swimmers at the last home meet of the season. Come join them to celebrate the Seniors at our meet against Sammamish. Mary Wayte Pool on Mercer Island @ 8:30pm.
by Josh Suman, Bellevue Reporter
Sammamish (0-7, 0-5) @ Interlake (0-7, 0-5), 7 p.m. Friday
Both teams enter the annual rivalry game winless on the year and looking for a confidence boost as the regular season winds to a close.
The Totems had a near miss two weeks ago in a 13 point loss to Liberty, their closest game since the season-opener against Cedarcrest.
Interlake has been trending up offensively in recent weeks, scoring 13 against Bellevue and a season-high against 2A Lake Washington last week in a 56-20 loss. That output should be encouraging for a team that scored only 17 points in its first five games combined, including a pair of shutouts.
The Totems have not beaten the rival Saints 2006 and were dropped 28-0 in last year's game
Final scores: Grant 73 Andy 74 Sam 76 Collin 76 Kyle 83 Ben 86. The Saints win the team title with an amazing comeback on the back nine, finishing 12 strokes better than Bellevue and MI. On to Districts next Monday. Go Saints!
Boys golf went undefeated in the regular season. 7-0. We are the only school in the KingCo 2A/3A league that is undefeated. We beat Juanita 196-218 Monday. The post season begins next week with the KingCo Medalist tournament where our top six will compete.Grant Cole had low round for Interlake shooting 36, followed by Kyle Douglas and Andy Liu shooting a 39.
Interlake vs Mercer Island, Mon, 10/14 The Saints took on league leading Mercer Island Monday night and played well against the highly ranked Islanders. They battled and lost 3-1 but are one of the few 3A teams to win a set against MI this year. The match scores were 15-25, 15-25, 25-23, and 16-25. Interlake Highlights came from the sister act of Melissa Long with 6 kills and Isabelle Long with 7 kills/11 digs. Julia Regalia contributed 19 assists and Courtney Johnson served up 3 key aces.
Interlake vs Mt. Si, Wed, 10/09
After losing to Saints in their first match this season, the Mount Si Wildcats came to Interlake fired up for a rematch. The Saints staged an impressive comeback after losing the first set by winning the second and stretching Mount Si in remaining two sets. Interlake's strong offensive effort was driven Julia Regalia (24 assists), her sister Jacqueline Regalia (7 Kills) and Sophomore Erin Brown (8 Kills/3 aces). The defensive was anchored by Kendall Davis (24 digs) and Jamie Wagner (18 digs). Final match scores were 7-25, 25-23, 18-25, and 21-25.
Please come out and support Saints volleyball at their next home game versus Lake Washington on Monday, October 21st! JV/C team games start at 5:30pm and Varsity at 7:00pm.
Although our Saints are 0-6 they continue to play hard, play with PRIDE and play all four quarters. It would have been easy for the boys to give up, down by 50 points at Bellevue but with grit and determination they were able to put two scores on the board in the final minutes! Something not many teams have been able to do!
Great job to our boys for ending the game with excitement now Let's use that momentum and go get Lake Washington this Friday October 18th - 7pm at Lake Washington!
This years X-roads Cup is also Homecoming and Senior Night!!
Homecoming October 25th -"White Out" .Players will be wearing white uniforms .. And fans are to wear all white.... -FPO will be passing out disposable white coveralls and / or rain ponchos to the first 25 students... let's get into the spirit !
Senior Night is also on October 25th the ceremony will start promptly at 6:40 so let's fill the stands at 6:30 to honor our seniors ... GO SAINTS!!!!
The season is moving on pretty quickly. Next week is Kingco already! Our teams are running very well.
Our girls team lost one of our top girls due to a seriously injured toe. We have some hardworking girls though and we're still anchored by two front runners in Niki Waghaniand Annie Davis. We have strong support from Karen Yao, Rosie Skovron, Abby Tishand Alex Dupey.
On the boys side we're looking as tough as I think we've ever looked. Strong off-season training and a renewed focus has helped the boys team experience huge improvement this year. We have four boys leading the charge with Luke Beauchamp, Alex Doran, Kyle Van Draanen and Joseph Pooley. These four boys run aggressively and assure the Saints a strong presence up front in every meet. We have a strong race for a not too distance number 5 spot between Will Oden and Harry Simpson.
KingCo is next Thursday at Lake Sammamish State Park. Come out and cheer on the Saints!!! Your vocal support at meets could be the difference this year as the final advancing spots at KingCo and Districts could come down to #6 runners!!! Go Saints!!
The IHS Drill Team won 1st place at the Salmon Days Parade on Saturday, October 5th!
Our first competition of the season will be at Lake Washington High School on Saturday, November 2nd beginning at 1:00 pm. Interlake is the 6th performance out of twenty. Doors open to spectators at 12:00 noon.