The Wolverines averaged 90 points and won their three games by a combined 146 points.
Bellevue girls basketball: The Wolverines are off to a historic start this season, including three runaway victories last week. Bellevue began the week with an 87-53 win over Stanwood, then beat Juanita, 104-56, before putting six players in double figures in a 79-15 win over Interlake. The 87 and 104 points the Wolverines scored are the most the team has posted in at least 10 years, except for the 92 scored in Week 1 of this season.
Wren Healy, Lakeside wrestling: Spent exactly 2 minutes, 30 seconds on the mat in recording three wins by pin at 106 pounds last week. Healy dispatched Rainier’s Brock Young in 29 seconds, O’Dea’s Austin Alvardo in 57 seconds and Bainbridge’s Rachel Longridge in 1:04.
Thomas Eggenberger, Bellevue boys swimming: Junior won twice against Sammamish, the 100 butterfly in 54.87 seconds and the 200 IM in a time that already would have placed him in fifth place at the 3A state meet, 1:58.42.
Tristan Miguel, Auburn Mountainview boys basketball: Scored 59 points in three games combined, including 21 against 4A Kentwood, as the Lions improved to 4-0.
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Mikayla Pivec, Lynnwood girls basketball: Had second big week scoring with 35 points in two victories, including 18 points and 11 rebounds in a nonleague victory over Kentlake.
Woodinville gymnastics: Kylie Mosset won the floor exercise and all-around title as the two-time defending 4A champ Falcons beat Inglemoor in a dual meet, 173.1-133.45.
Paisley Johnson, Glacier Peak girls basketball: Twice scored 17 points to help the Grizzlies beat Marysville Getchell and Shorewood as they improved to 5-0 for the season.
Isiah Brown, Lakeside boys basketball: Scored 98 points, an average of 32.7 points a game, in three games, beginning the week with 37 points against Eastside Catholic, scoring 34 against Rainier Beach and 27 against Cleveland.
Hague Bush, Bainbridge wrestling: Won twice by pin at 170 pounds, beating Metro League rivals Johnny Banchero from Chief Sealth in 3:02 and Rogan Zangari of Garfield in 1:00.
Oliver Hoff, Mercer Island swimming: Went under 5 minutes in the 500 freestyle, swimming a 3A state qualifying time of 4:57.34 against Eastlake.