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Page 8 - The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, January 12, 1983 i Sports Issaquah Sports Rich Hallstrom Wrestlers contJnue winnJng streak Last Thursday the lssa- quah Indians proved that you better come prepared if you want to knock off the king of the .hill when they defeated the Juanita Rebels 41-21. The match with the Rebels was thought to be one of the tops in the league, but it didn't turn out that way. The Rebels tried to keep the match close with victories in the 108 and 122 pound weight classes but that wasn't enough. The Indians began to dominate the match when Blake Carlton defeated Mike Spurr at 129 pounds, follow- ed by ti, . .;cff Joyce, Rich LeFl,.,dt, Scan Nelson, (pin at 1:30), and an l 1-2 whitewash from Barry Paxman at 158 pounds. Paul Werner sewed up the victory for the Indians with a pin at one minute of the first round in the 168 pound weight class. After all that you might think that the match at 190 pounds might be an anti- climax, but don't tell that to Rob Rust, who got sweet revenge against Eddie Johnson in a 7-1 victory. All it did was extend the Indians Kingco dual match winning streak to 85 in a row. "Our victories at 148 and 178 were probably the keys because they just seem to. fold after that, said assistant coach Lanny Wilson, the son of former coach Roger Wilson. Girl's basketball Despite 18 points from Laura Lavine, the Indians couldn't hold off Redmond and lost 34-30. Lavine played her typical powerful game inside, which caused Redmond to double team her and leave the outside shot open. But the Indians couldn't take ad- vantage of the open shots. The winning shot was made by Colleen McNaughton on a missed free throw by Lisa Kolwitz. Boy's basketball The Issy Indians blew a three-point lead in the game and lost to Redmond 65-63 and totally wasted 30 points from Ron Evans. Ron Evans came back later in the week, and tossed in 20 points in a win over Eastside Catholic 60-58. AMETHYST THE ROYAL PURPLE ,GEM Amethyst, the purple variety of quartz, and birthstone for February, has historically been associated with royalty. Modem discoveries of extensive South American deposits have made this rich purple gem available to everyone. Nature's Gallery will be showing the largest selection of amethyst ever in the Northwest -- crystal specimens, jewelry, and cut stones from around the world, priced from $5 to $10,000. Join us as we "turn purple" January 15th thru 30th. Free evaluation of your heirloom amethyst jewelry. NATURE'S GALLERY Gilman Village, l=Nquah, WA * 392-8115 Liberty's Cindy McBride takes a shot while Pam Payseno (20) watches. Photos by Debble Brualus. TRANSMISSION TROUBLE? Slip on in ..... "Oeli. Mt#e-today., He-takes time & effort to repair your car's transmission right. We do all our own work! 15 years experience in transmission service. COMPLETE TRANSMISSION REBUILD SERVICE AVAILABLE MON.- SAT., 10 AM - 5 PM SUN. NOON. 5 PM ii i NATURALJZI00R SHOES EXdPLODES ITS 0 TRANSMISSION SERVICE 1655 N.W. Mall St. Issoquah 392-5241 SHOE 0 Liberty Sports Jerry Hollingsworth AL Also with a selected group of name brand shoes such as Naturalizer, Footworks, Life Stride, Classic Girl: All at 20 to 40% off reg. price. Sale starts Jan. 13, 10:00 a.m. and goes to Jan. 16th. Factoda Sq. Mall 641.9333 --Shop early for best selection-- not all styles in all sizes plus 50% OFF on selected handbags I I Liberty's Jeff Brown takes a flying leap and pulls down a rebound. I I FLINTOFT'S Issaquah FUNERAL HOME Since 1938 COMPLEXE SERVICES Cremations Memorials Pre.Arrangements 222-5503 392-6444 Tom, Michael & Alberta FLINTOFT Donkey basketball coming. Trotting donkeys and munity. tumbling riders will once The game will be held again entertain the communi- Thursday, January 20 at 7:30 ty at Pine Lake Junior High's p.m. It is sponsored by the annual donkey basketball junior high wrestling team game, pitting the Pine Lake and will support the student faculty against members of body programs. the lssaquah business corn- Tickets are $2.50 in ad- vance and $3 at the door. Let us answer Liberty loses close Boy's basketball The boys basketball team was defeated in a very close game by Enumclaw, 59-56, on January 4. Liberty played well the entire game and just about won. Liberty's scorers were: Jeff Brown with 21 points; Tracy Jewett with 18; Jeff Craw- ford with six; Jeff Thomas with four; Jeff Thoennes with three; and Vern Nielsen and Dan Sportsman, each with two. Jewett surprised himself and spectators at the end of the first quarter when he threw the ball at the backboard from mid court as the buzzer sounded and the ball dropped through the basket. In another close game, Liberty was defeated 49-43 by Mt. Rainier on January 7. After a close first quarter, Liberty was outseored by twelve points in the second quarter and could not quite battle back. Liberty's scorers were: Tracy Jewett with 25 points; Jeff Thomas with six; Jeff Brown, Jeff Crawford, and Vern Nielsen each with two points; and Jeff Thoennes with one point. Jeff Thoennes led Liber- ty's rebounders with eight, Jeff Thomas had seven and Jeff Brown and Tracy Jewett each had six. Coach Chan Stubbs said if the team keeps improving and has good defense and a positive attitude, it should do wellin thecomin Wrestling The wrestling team defeated 39-27 by Rainier on January 6. Liberty's scorers were: Haley with a six-point round pin; Dan with a three-point and Randy Smith, Voss, and Kevin each with a six-I Girl's basketball The girl's basketball defeated Mt. Rainier on January 7. Liberty the game with the full press and outscored Rainier 26-15 in the Liberty's scorers Pam Payseno with 16 Cindy McBride with 14; Helfenstein with-six; Johnson with four; and tie James and Kim each with two. Liberty's rebounding led by Pam Payseno twelve, Kim Linville seven, and Cindy with six. The girls were defeated Enumclaw 55-34 on 4. The team was outscored seventeen points in the quarter and never Liberty's scorers Pam Payseno with 13 Michele Overby with Mistie James, Jodee son, and Kim Linville, with four pointS; D'arla bers with two; Heifenstein with one. Pam Payseno led Liberl rebounding with eight. 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