Bellevue swimming put on an impressive performance against Issaquah and Mikayla Pivec scored big to lead Lynnwood, highlighting this week’s Top 10 performers.

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Bellevue swimming: The Wolverines faced maybe their toughest dual meet of the season, facing 4A Issaquah on Thursday. Bellevue responded by winning 10 of 11 swimming events — only Jason Klein in the 100 breast and diver Trey Gevers won for the Eagles — to continue an overall winning streak that dates to the 2014 state meet. Bellevue finished second in that meet, the last time the Wolverines were not in the top spot on the podium in any meet.

Isiah Brown, Lakeside boys basketball: The Northwestern commit had the two highest scoring games of the week, going for 44 against Seattle Prep and 43 against Franklin. The Lions, though, lost both games.

Mikayla Pivec, Lynnwood girls basketball: The Oregon State-bound senior scored the most points in a girls game this week, tallying 31 in an 85-61 victory over Shorecrest.

Mason McDaniel and Michael Swires, Edmonds-Woodway wrestling: Helped the Warriors to two victories, over Shorewood and Shorecrest, with pins in each meet. At 170 pounds, McDaniel pinned Shorewood’s Esdras Valladares in 3:09 and Shorecrest’s Sion Dalton in 1:22. At 220 pounds, Swires pinned Riley Teeters of Shorewood in 2:56 and Matthew Pease of Shorecrest in 1:13.

Jalen McDaniels, Federal Way boys basketball: Scored 32 points in a 78-62 victory over SPSL Northwest Division-leading Kentwood.

Taya Corosdale, Bothell girls basketball: Scored 28 points in a 65-55 victory over Skyline.

Shandon Powell, Renton boys basketball: Scored 32 points in an 80-70 win over Highline as the Indians knocked the Pirates out of a first-place tie in the Seamount on Wednesday.

Cameron Tyson, Bothell boys basketball: Scored 30 points to lead the Cougars to a 69-60 victory over Skyline.

Keiron Goodwin, Franklin boys basketball: Scored 30 points in an 72-69 win over Chief Sealth.

Lexi Ioane, West Seattle girls basketball: Her double-double (16 points, 12 rebounds) led the Wildcats to an 80-55 victory over Cleveland in Metro League play.