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Issaquah (14-0-0)
Issaquah Roster
# Player School Year Notes
17 Trevor Alexander Issaquah Senior  
14 Nate Allard Issaquah Junior  
10 Alex Ciszewski Issaquah Senior  
29 Jack Corscadden Issaquah Sophomore  
INJ Henry Dees Issaquah Freshman INJURED 
2 Derek DeYoung Issaquah Junior  
3 Ben Director Issaquah Senior  
24 Trace Eaton Issaquah Senior  
22 Chris Egland Issaquah Sophomore  
8 Zach Fritz Issaquah Sophomore  
4 Mikey Giannopulus Issaquah Freshman  
9 Cole Greer Issaquah Senior  
47 Brady Hahn Issaquah Junior  
34 Duncan Hamilton Issaquah Senior  
0 O'Neil Hughes Issaquah Senior  
33 Gage Lenheim Issaquah Junior  
21 Kole Lindor Issaquah Senior  
1 Matt O'Neill Issaquah Senior  
12 Anthony O'Reilly Issaquah Freshman  
44 Eric Rauch Issaquah Junior  
26 Austin Richert Issaquah Senior  
11 Julian Ritchie Issaquah Sophomore  
42 Josh Smith Issaquah Junior  
40 Matt Thomas Issaquah Sophomore  
32 Mitch Undi Issaquah Junior  
27 Conner Veitch Issaquah Junior  
23 Spencer Webb Issaquah Freshman  

Team Contact Information
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Last Game
Playoff Loss (8 - 9) vs King's Way View
Date: 5/19/2012 7:00p
Location: Issaquah HS
No league summary available
Home Notes:
King's Way 5-3-0-1- 9
Issaquah 3-2-0-3- 8

Perfection is a hard thing to obtain and Issaquah learned that the hard way tonight. King's Way came to play and dominated time of possession in the first half, winning the groundball war 2:1 and blitzing to an 8-5 halftime lead.

Issaquah's defense put the clamps on in the second half and nearly pitched a shutout. Finally finding some fire, the group began to win some groundballs and push the time of possession in Issaquah's favor but they couldn't find the nets.

In the 4th quarter, with an extra sense of urgency, 3 goals in a 4 min span tied the game at 8. Teams traded possessions and chances the next 4 minutes and with under 2 min it was Issaquah's turn. King's Way defense stood tall and won the ball back for the Knights. After a timeout they settled in,dodged hard, were patient and made the extra pass finishing on the doorstep with just 30 seconds to play.

Issaquah won the ensuing faceoff and a timeout with 15 seconds left gave them a final chance to tie but it wasn't meant to be. 19-1;the one loss stings and marks the end of the 2012 campaign for Issaquah as they failed to reach at least the semis for the first time since 2007.

Congratulations to King's Way on a first ever semi-final appearance and best of luck the rest of the way.

King's Way record: 9-5-0
Issaquah record against King's Way: 1-0-0

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