Update as of 4:30 p.m. May 26 -
The Lindbergh boys finished in second place overall with 17 points behind champion Interlake with 28 points on Saturday at the UW's Nordstrom Tennis Center.
Doubles pair of Adrian Villanuva and Sam Bayna placed the highest among the Eagle's with a fourth place win over Medical Lake's Ismael Teshome and Jake Wesselman 2-0.
Doubles pair of Boris Oks and Bobby Huynh battled defeating champions Daniel Yu and Josh Rasmus from Washington, losing in two sets 6-3 and 7-5. Oks and Huynh lost 2-0 to place sixth against Bellingham's Reed Welch and EJ Troutman.
Alan Kwiatkowski lost his semifinal match also to defeating champion Interlake's Luat Le 6-0 and 7-3. Kwiatkowski then was defeated to place sixth.
Lindbergh's boys tennis team is in good shape to repeat as state 2A champions with Alan Kwiatkowski (singles), Boris Oks and Bobby Huynh (doubles) in Saturday's semi-finals. The other doubles pair of Adrian Villanuva and Sam Bayna are in the consolation bracket, needing two wins to place either fourth or seventh overall.
Kwiatkowski cruised with 2-0 wins over Sehome's Nick Smith and Clarkston's Drew Adams. He will face last year's state champion Interlake's Luat Le who defeated Kwiatkowski's brother Joe.
Oks and Huynh also cruised with 2-0 wins over Lynden's Nolan Wolffis/ Luke Reardon and Medical Lake's Ismael Teshome/Jake Wesselman. They will face last year's state doubles champions Daniel Yu and Josh Rasmus from Washington.
The other doubles pair of Villanuva and Bayna defeated Ellensburg's Nick Gigstad and Jeremy Teske 2-0 in first round action. However fell to Interlake's Joe Motto and Eric Radoi 2-1 in the quarterfinals. They will face Ryan and Evan Gudbranson from Tumwater in Saturday morning consolation match.
Earlier Lindbergh's Quinn Osborn lost her second match of the day in the 2A state girls singles tennis championships at the Nordstrom Tennis Center on the UW Campus.
Osborn lost to Hockinson's Michelle Chiou 2-0 in consolation play; she lost her opening match to Ephrata's Bianca Schley 2-0.