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The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, February 2, 1983 - Page I l Liberty Pine Lake Sports Jerry Hollingsworth ts handle hecklers iberty was defeated by Liberty's scorers wee: Pam 79-49, January Payseno, 19 points; Liz Though the Patriots got Helfenstein, 6; Jodee technical fouls and Johnson, 5; Kim McManus, angered by the jeering 3; and Kim Linviile and Cin- d, Liberty exhibited dyMcBride, 2 points each. control and subdued Payseno with eleven re- confrontation bounds and McBride with ten members, led Liberty's board attack. Liberty showed its Liberty was defeated by and won a moral vic- Enumclaw 63-43 on January over the taunting Enum- 28. Outscored 23-6 in the Be- crowd They did not cond quarter, Liberty never even when the crowd recovered. to enter the play- Payseno scored 20 points; ldered. Thanks McBride, 7 points; Johnson, for showing us -- 6 points; Linville, 5 points; Enumclaw _ what class Helfenstein, 3 points. means Payseno had 12 rebounds iberty's scorers were: Jeff and McBride had 8. Tracy Jewett, and Wrestling 12 points each; The wrestling team Rude, 6 points; Jeff defeated Gig Harbor 37-19, 'ford, 4 points; Cam January26. 2 points, and Skip Liberty's scorers were: Pat I point. Haley, Shuichi Yamamura, set a personal and Kevin Zimmerman, each of twenty rebounds to with a pin; Dave Kauffman Liberty's board attack, and Dan Morehouse with 4- boys' basketball team point decisions; Chris Haley, defeated by Fife 62-47, Rama Keating, and Randy 25. At the end of the Smith with 3-point decisions; Liberty wasbehind and Brian Taylor with a one point, but the team forfeit. 17inthese- They were defeated by Tyee 39-27, January 27. s were: Jeff Liberty's scorers were: with 16 points; Jeff Kauffman and Zimmerman 'ford and Tracy Jewett, each with a pin; Haley with a Jeff Thomas, 7 3-point decision; and More- Skip May, 6; and houseand Taylor each with a 2. forfeit. basketball Coach Chuck Olson was girls' basketball team happy with the team's finish eared Fife 37-30 on and is looking for some good U ary 25. Liberty individual efforts at the the entire game. tournament February 5. basketball champions Pine Lake Junior High's basketball team tied for first place with Tillicum in the Issaquah-Bellevue Junior High League this season. It was the first varsity basket- ball championship in the school's history, won in a 65- 64 overtime victory against Hyak. Pine Lake finished the league season with an 8-1 record, with its only loss coming at the hands of Odle Junior High, 65-61. The Wolverines were led by the scoring of Kevin Field with a season average of 18 points per game, Don Her- ron, 16, Brian Solem, 13 and David Willems, 10. Herron was the team leader in re- bounds, averaging 12 per game and Jeff Albrecht had six assists per game before dropping out in mid-season with injuries. South end news For news announcements in the south end (May Valley, Maple Hills, Briarwood) call Roxiane Reynolds at 255- 5849. eation corner Uth Basketball -- Girls grades 7 through 10 -- Sign up Omen's Basketball Class -- Wednesdays, lssaquah Jr. Wednesday, Feb. 2. nalysis -- Tuesday, Feb. 15, lssaquah Jr. High. Skiing -- Session 5, Feb. 3. & Beauty Workshop for Teens -- Advanced class Lrsday, Feb. 10. Engine Repair -- Thursday, Issaquah Grange now Shoeing, Session 3 starts Feb. 1, Session 4 starts Feb. Session 1 starts Feb. 22. Open Gym -- Mondays, Clark Elementary, $1 Open Gym -- Tuesdays, 7:30-9:30 p.m., ce Jr. High, $1 per person per night. aicks .Ills aWks Parks & Recreation & 4th Grade League W L 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 th & 6th Grade League 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 League 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9th & 10th Grade League 2 2 1 1 0 0 Basketball Standings "AA" & "A" Division W L Runnin' Rebels 3 0 Sea-Port 3 1 Solomon Log 3 1 Gaslamp Tavern 2 2 Raiders 2 2 Central Connection 1 3 TNT Roofing 1 2 Southeast Glass 0 4 "B" Mountain Division W L Hovlands Inc. 3 0 Data I/O 2 0 0 Unisea 2 0 0 Group "W" 2 1 0 lssaquah Merchants 1 2 0 Machinist Inc. 1 2 1 Sammamish Totems 1 2 1 Issaquah Automotive 0 2 1 Union Tavern 0 3 1 "B" Competitive Division W L 0 Star Bow Builders 4 0 Clampitts Cleaners 3 0 Rocket Research. 3 1 0 Rowley Agency 3 1 0 Cats Meow 2 2 1 S.C.S. 1 2 1 Knowles & Associates 1 3 0 Mt Si Golf Cfse. Rest. 1 3 0 Coffman Engineers 0 2 0 Sammamish Clippers 0 3 0 0 "B" Valley DivisionW L Pine Lakers 3 0 Blue Devils 2 0 0 Craig Smith Const. 2 1 0 Ruby's Unleaded 2 1 1 Fortunate Products 1 2 1 A.S. Design & Assoc. 0 2 2 Design Associates 0 2 2 No Dunks 0 2 Convenient TAX SERVICE Appointments available n Your home. ndividual & Small Business call 392.2132 Pine Lake Junior High's KtngCo champion basketball team. Back row, from left: Brian Solem, David Williams, David Lavine, Donn Herron, David Daniel, Kevin Field and Barry Helmbigner. Center, from left: Tim Doyle, Eric Cress, Lincoln Williams, Jeff Forsberg, Barry Killian Front: assistant coach Barry Vann, Jeff Albrecht and head coach Warren Jones. Missing: head coach Karl Albrecht. ALL SEASONS SIZE PRICE F.E.T. 155/80/13 539.95 q.47 185/75/14 47.61 2.03 195/75/14 48.87 2.19 205/75/14 51.11 2.35 215/75/14 53.07 2.52 205/75/14 53.22 2.51 215/75/14 53.70 2.64 225/75/15 55.26 2.77 235/75/15 65.88 3.07 SEMPERIT M-301 155R12 155R13 165R13 165R14 185R14 ARMSTRONG TRUCK TIRES SIZE HIGHWAY TREAD F.E.T. TRACTION TREAD F.E.T. 750x16 8ply s58;18 3.54 563'40 3:97 800x16.5 8ply 60.13 a.34 60.13 a.4a 875x16.5 8ply 66.09 axe 68.04 a.95 950x16.5 8ply 70.32 4.21 75.58 4.43 12x16.5 8ply 90.25 587 91.62 5.70 Issaquah Sports Rich Hallstrom Boys' basketball Wrestling The Indians remained The Indians probably winless as their record fell to wished they had saved some 0-12 with losses to Inglemoor of their 58 points scored 54-49and Juanita 74-42. Jeff against lnterlake so they Johnson (14 points vs. Ingle- could use them against moor) and Ron Evans (12 Mercer Island. points vs. Juanita) were the Winners against Interlake: leading scorers this week. Chris Speed, 13-2; Sean Girls' basketball Medved, 7-3; Ed Carlton, Laura Lavine continued to forfeit; Paul Adams, pin tear up the KingCo con- 3:10; Blake Carlton, pin ference by scoring 53 points, 3:34; Jeff Joyce, 9-0; Rich and controlling the boards, LeFrandt, 17-0; Scan Nelson, but that wasn't enough. The pin 1:53; Barry Paxman, 8-0; Indians could only manage Paul Werner, 15-0; Rob one victory, against Ingle- Rusi, 5-0; Dale Pickering, moor 54-39 led by 32 points pin 1:24. from Lavine. Later in the The score was Issy 58, In- week Lavine scored 21 points terlake 3. against Juanita but the In- Special notice: the Issy dians lost 66-36. wrestling team is buying a Boys swimming new mat and they are selling The Indians were swamped l-foot squares for $5. All by Newport 74-53 despite a those who donate will be victory in the 200 free by honored by a plaque showing David Hersey in a time of their names. For more info., 1:57.7. 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