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5ports i i Issaquah Sports Rich Hallstrom Gymnasts win The lssaquah Indians con- in Kingco you still need help tinued their assault on the from your teamates, and that King Co. title by defeating didn't happen in a 38-37 loss Juanita 113-110 and In-. to Bothelland a 35-30loss to terlake 116-110. Meredith McRoberts led the way by finishing first and second all around with scores of 7.01 and 6.85. Some of her best performances were in the floor exercise with a 7.5 and in the vault with scores of 7.7 and 8.1. The Indians record is now 4-1. Boy's basketball The lndians discovered that a lack of height and some major injuries can real- ly cramp your style, as they lost to Bothell, 72-52, and ln- terlake 53-48. High scorers were Jay Cloven with 21 against Bothell, and Steve Modder- man with 13 against ln- terlake. Girl's basketball Laura Lavine found even if your one of the best centers Interlake later in the week. Lavine scored 21 and 16 points respectively. Boy's swimming David Hersey had times of 51.04 and 51.24 in the 100 fly but that wasn't enough as lssy lost to both Mercer Island Sammamish 80-46 and 74-53. Wrestling The Indians whomped Bellevue 40-11 to make their record 6-0 in Kingco. At the Shorecrest Tourna- ment, Bob Rusi took a first at 190 pounds, and Blake Carlton was first at 129. Ed Carlton at 115 and Sean Nelson at 148 took second places and Chris Speed at I01 and Jim Free at 122 took third places. Repair Includes new lining on all 4 wheels, drums turned, Check all cylinders, replace front front wheel bearings, replace front grease seals, bleed system and fill with new brake fluid. Lisa Agulrre does the split during her floor exercise in a meet against Interlake. Photos by Debbie Bruslus. Students join donkey basketball Pine Lake Junior High's annual donkey basketball game will pit students against teachers, teachers against business people and maybe even fathers against daughters. The game will be held at the junior high Thurs- day, January 20 at 7:30 p.m. Proceeds benefit the student body. This is the first year ;: :; students will participate in ......... the games. Ninth graders are Pauline Noault performs on the balance beam in a meet Todd Willi',ims, David with Interlake. I/ '" 8-PLY MUD & SNOW =oodrich OVER  NEW 34 '! & YEARS :USED SELLING CARS & ON TRUCKS- THE .,LARGE EASTSIDE SE@CTION GII Abbott NO/ I HAVEN'T RETIRED AND I DON'T PLAN TO t. IF / DON'.DIE IN I THE ,SADDLE OR ON .... THeE GOLF ..... COURSE, IT WILL BE ON T/  USED CAR LOT/ ,, Seeorcall GIL ABBOTT a Brooks McKnight Che 'rolet ON AUTO ROW -- 116th N.E. JUST OFF 1-405 IN BELLEVUE 454-8931 Willems, Barry Heigmbigner, Brian Soleim, Lori Schaeffer, April Frey, Carey Ruby and Karl Russell. Eighth graders play- ing are: Barry Killian, Jeff Forsberg, Aaron Medved, Ted Lyn Folkman, Eric Cress, Robert Hanson, Katie Bell and Karrin Bakken. Faculty members in the contest are Don Eggart, Ron Hanken, Don Valentini, Terry Kirkpatrick, Pat Preszler, Donna Dawkins and John Macartney. Riders from the communi- ty are" Dr. Larry Greenblatt, of the Village Family Medical Center, local dentist Dr. Robert Folkman, (father of student Teri Lyn) Gary Hope of Issaquah Physical Therapists, Bambi and Jeff Nicholson of Hair Techs, Geoff O'Conner of the lssa- quah Tennis Club and Kathy Ebsary of the Diet Center. Acting as substitute on the community team will be Jim Humphries of Steel Case. caters to you * weddings and receptions * conferences and meetings * luncheons and buffets * up to 250 people "You supply the people, Hoflday Inn supplies the party." Caih ANN D. SHOEMAKER 392.6421 I I Convenient TAX SERVICE Appointments available in your home. 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V/I" The Peak Experience (formerly McDonald's Recreational Equipment Exchange) 1405 132nd Ave. N.E. Bellevue 453-8041 Oust off BeI-Red Rd, behind Sleepaire in the 132nd Center) CONSIGNMENT ITEMS ALWAYS WELCOME . I I I I Patient profiles Generics available Competitive prices Third Party Pays -- Blue Cross,,aPaid Prescription, L & I, D.P.A., Weyerhaeuser LOOK'S PHARMACY, HI-LO SHOPPING CENTER, 392-5151 M-F 9 to 7, SAT. 9 to 6 Liberty Sports Jerry Hollingsworth Wrestlers win The wrestlers defeated East Side Catholic 49-16 January 12. Liberty's scorers were: Don Gilmore, Rama Keating, James Linford, and Brian Taylor each with pins; Dan Morehouse with a five point decision; Pat Haley and Randy Smith each with a three-point decision; Chris Haley with a two point draw; and Keith Voss and Kevin Zimmerman with forfeit wins. Liberty also defeated Shelton 43-16 January 13. Liberty's scorers were: Voss and Zimmerman each with a pin; Keating with a four point decision; and Gilmore, Chris Haley, Pat Haley, Morehouse and Taylor each with a three point decision. Liberty was defeated 37-30 by Olympic January 13. Liberty's scorers were: Lin- ford and Morehouse each with a five point decision; Keating with a two point draw; and Gilmore, Smith and Zimmerman each with a forfeit. Boy's basketball The boy's basketball team was defeated 61-60 by East Side Catholic January 11. Liberty had the ball with 35 seconds left and ran the clock down to four seconds, but missed a lay-up shot. Liberty's scorers were: Tracy Jewett, with points; Jeff Thomas, twelve; Jeff Brown with Jeff Thoennes with Jeff Crawford with six; May with four; Gronewold with two and Reynolds with one. Thomas had twelve bounds and Brown had assists during the game. Liberty was also 82-55 by Mt. Si January Liberty had a good first h but was outscored 53-30 ing the second half. Liberty's scorers Jewett with thirteen poi Brown with nine; Vern Nielsen, and each with six; and May each with Cam Addis, Eddie and Thoennes each with and Reynolds with one. Girl's basketball The girls' basketball defeated East Side 34-26 January II. Using full court press through the game was a key factor the Liberty win, according coach Dave Johnson. Liberty's scorers Jodee Johnson with points; Pam Payseno Mistie James each with Liz Helfenstein and Kim ville each with four; McBride with three; and opposing player scored Liberty points on an play. Since 1910 Seafood Poultry Choice Locker Beef /4 WHOLE FRYERS WASHINGTON GROWN Imk TOP ROUND STEAKS s2.49 U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF TRUE COD FILLETS s1.98 LOCKER BEEF HINDQUARTERS .......... Sl.59 ,b. SIDES. ' S1.39,b. includes cutting & wrapping 85 Front St. N. ,..qu., 1392 a131 I Fasano s J ,, '-.'' COFFEE SHOP, "',,,',...: DINING ROOM & LOUNGE ' Fasano's presents LING RI FASHION SHOW by Patricia Joy's 5:30 p.m., Friday, Jan. 21 in the Lounge and Dining Room HAPPY HOURS: WEEKDAYS 4:30-6 p.m. 85' well drinks and the most I ed- about delicious hot hers d'( ALL SONICS GAMES ON OUR BIG SCREEN Join usl Free popcorn, tool