His RBI single in the 20th inning drove in the winning run as the Spartans beat Mount Si, 6-3, last Wednesday.

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1. Noah Souza, Skyline baseball — His RBI single in the 20th inning helped lift the Spartans over Mount Si, 6-3, last Wednesday. The victory gave Skyline a first-round bye in the KingCo 4A tournament.

2. Zach Shugart, Bishop Blanchet track & field — Pole vaulted 16 feet, 8 inches on Thursdayat a tri-meet, the mark putting him at third best in the state all-time.

3. Jessica Segle, Bishop Blanchet softball — Went 4 for 4 against Ingraham on May 2 in an 8-5 win. Segle hit two doubles and a homer and also scored four runs.

4. Misa Takami, Hazen girls tennis — Finished her season undefeated at 14-0 with a 6-0, 6-0 win over Tyee’s No.1 on Friday afternoon. Takami didn’t drop a set the entire season in Seamount League matches.

5. Issaquah girls track & field — The 4×200 relay team and 4×400 relay team posted the top times in the state Thursday in a dual meet vs. Inglemoor. The 4×400 team finished in 3:51.32 and the 4×200 team in 1:42.25.

6. Alec Cordova, Issaquah baseball — His walk-off fielder’s choice in the ninth inning gave the Eagles a 7-6 win over Eastlake on May 2.

7. Leanne Bryant, Jefferson softball — Struck out eight and also went 3 for 3 with a double and a triple in a 9-6 win over Federal Way on May 3.

8. Kira Doah, Mountlake Terrace softball — In a 6-2 win over Lynnwood on Wednesday, Doah struck out 19.

9. Eric Jones, Snohomish soccer — Scored twice in a 2-0 win over Cascade on Wednesday to give the Panthers first place in WesCo 4A.

10. Austin Taylor, Mercer Island soccer — The senior scored three times as the Islanders shut out Bellevue, 4-0, on Thursday.