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THE ISSAQUAH PRESS WEDNESDAY~ JANUARY 28, 2009 * C3 BY CHRISTOPHER HUBER Newport's Austin Bulen tries to escape the grasp of Skyline's Joey Lim in the 119-pound match. Spartans FROM PAGE CI "I'm feeling pretty good about my season," he said. "I'm doing pretty well, coming out on top most of the time and I'm just hav- hag a fun season." Overall, Skyline head coach Gus Kiss said he also feels content about the team's performance of late, considering the wrestlers had 10 matches over an eight-day stretch. They did it all ha during fi- nals week, too. "It was a good match: The kids are starting to wrestle better," he said after the Newport match. "We're wrestling better on our feet, and we're grinding people out." Skyline senior Anthony DeMat- teo pinned Philbert Len ha 1:43 in the 215-pound match. Jerred Kiss (103) pinned Newport's Alex Lodge ha 3:12 and Skyline's Devyn Heimbeck pinned Newport's Win Mason ha 1:13. Reach Reporter Christopher Huber at 392- 6434, ext. 242, or chuber@isspress.com. Comment on this story at www.issaquah- press, com. Liberty FROM PAGE C]. that we go out and play well." Liberty led the entire first half and at times seemed as if it might pull away early. The Patriots grabbed a 12-5 lead at the end of the first period, but the Wildcats clawed back ha it with five quick points to start the second. Liberty managed only six points ha the second quarter, yet still had an 18-15 lead at halftime. Katie Growden added seven points for the Patriots, while Danni Sjolander finished with six. "We had too many errant passes today, but we did enough to get the win," said Leifer, whose team improved to 12-3 with the victory. "We turned the ball over a lot, but I don't think that's a normal thing for us. I think, as a team, we're about where we should be right now." Earlier ha the week, the Patriots defeated Interlake, 62-52. Van- Hurston and Sjolander each had 17 points to lead the way ha that one, while Growden finished with 11 and Breanne Faehnrich had nine. Liberty led by nine points at halftime, then poured it on with 25 points in the third period. Mount Sl 72, Uberty Sl (boys) The Liberty boys team gave Mount Si a battle for one half be- fore Wildcat star Tanner Riley and his surrounding cast eventu- ally became too much ha a 72-51 defeat Jan. 23. Riley, the leading scorer in BY GREG FARRAR Chandler Jenkins, Liberty sophomore point guard, is pressured into a travel- ing violation by Mount Si senior guard Tyson Riley in the first quarter. KingCo 3A/2A, finished with 35 points. Liberty was led by 16 from Chandler Jenkins, while Eric Peterson and Joke Bainton each chipped in eight. Liberty managed to stay within one point at the end of the first period and, despite several runs by Mount Si, was still within 33- 30 at halftime. The Patriots ended the first half with a 5-0 run, getting a buzzer-beating field goal from Turner Chatter- ton. The Patriots then forged a tie on two different occasions in the third quarter, before a 14-0 Mount Si run helped the Wildcats pull away for good. It was tied at 39 when Mount Si hit four field goals and two free throws to take a 49-39 lead into the fourth quar- ter. The Wildcats then added four more points for a 53-39 lead and were ahead 67-48 minutes later. The final score was the widest margin of the game. Earlier ha the week, Liberty was able to hang on for a 45-41 win against Interlake. Bainton and Jenkins each had 10 points to lead the Patriots, who trailed 31-26 going into the fourth quar- ter. Reach Reporter Ryan Piersol at 392- 6434, ext. 246, or rpiersol@isspress.com. Comment on this story at www.issaquah- press, com. EYE CL, NtC OF AT Michael Rizen, M.D. Ph.D. Stephanie T. Phan, M.D. James L Stroh, M.D. BELLEVUE ISS QUA Total Eye Care Complete Eye Exams Cataracts Glaucoma Lasik Cosmetic Eyelid Surger7 www.eyeclinicofbellevue.com For appointments, please call 425.391.8602 450 NW Gilman Blvd, Suite 202, Issaquah Intro Week Special Get 7 days of Yoga for only $10 with this ad New Students only Exp. 2/11/09 Quality Yoga Instruction since 2003 Classes Daily Yoga for All Levels Power Vinyasa Hot Yoga i, Yoga for Children Workshops Voted Issaquah's fl' ror#e Dendsts for 2007 & 2008 Your Family Dentists BARRY FEDER~ DDS., PS. MARK GERMACK, DDS Barry was voted a Top Dendst for 2009 by Seattle Metropolitan Magazine MEDICAL 1CENTER Extended Hours 425.392.7541 450 NW Gilman Blvd. * Suite 103 * Issaquah New Year, New You Breast Augmentation $3950 Tummy Tuck $3950 Liposuction (3 areas) $3950 Nyte Surgical Arts Dr. Christopher Nyte Cosmetic Surgeon Board Certified 27539 Maple Valley Black Diamond Rd. SE D.101, Maple Valley 425-413-6517 www.nytcsurgical.com WHAT ELSE DO YOU NEED? 1 CLIENT 1 TRAINER 1 GOAL Call Today For Your FREE 1st Session D 1 Client 1 Trainer 1 Goal 425-3924804 660 NW Gilman Blvd. C 1 Issaquah a www.ftissaquah.com