Lifestyles's Photos of the Week | Feb. 21-27

Handful of sports action this week, along with a couple boat accidents (coincidence) and arbitrary eye candy.

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25-foot boat slides onto roadway

A lane of traffic on Clover Valley Road was blocked this morning after a boat fell off its hitch.

Liz Burlingame / Whidbey News-Times

Mercer Island boys swim takes fourth consecutive state title in record fashion

Islander teammates and fans cheer on a victory in state record time in the boys 400-yard freestyle relay event during the 3A state swim championship at the King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way on Saturday. Mercer Island also took the team title with a record 475 total points.

Chad Coleman / Mercer Island Reporter

Issaquah boys fight for playoff lives Tuesday night | Basketball

Issaquah's Robby Primrose takes flight over Inglemoor's Todd Campbell last Friday.

Mark Lowry / Issaquah Reporter

Inglemoor's Kyle Komlodi makes a statement

Inglemoor High’s Kyle Komlodi breathes to the side during the finals of the 100-yard butterfly last Saturday at the 4A state meet in Federal Way. Komlodi placed seventh.

Matt Brashears / Renton Reporter

Bainbridge gymnasts place third at state championships

BHS senior Kathleen Callahan dismounts from her uneven bar routine Friday.

Vicky Camp photo

Dads and their little girls shake the dance floor

John Ruppert dances with his daughters Katie, 9, left, and McKenzie, 10.

Gary Kissel / Auburn Reporter

Man charged with insurance fraud for abandoning boat off Bainbridge

Global Diving and Salvage removes Jubilee from Murden Cove in March of 2008.

Tad Sooter / Bainbridge Island Review File Photo

Bainbridge Fire Dept. steps up to fight cancer in Columbia Center climb

John De Lanoy and 17 other members of the Bainbridge Island Fire Department will once again climb the steps of the Columbia Center next Sunday, to raise money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. More information at

Brad Camp / Bainbridge Island Review

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