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Pqe 10- The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, February 9, 1983 Sports I Issaquah Sports Rich Hallstrom Six wrestlers head for regJonals Wrestling The Indians made a strong showing in the Kingco tour- nament, placing second to Mercer Island by scoring 147.5 pts. Regional qualifiers are: Ed Carlton, first place; Blake Carlton, second place; Jeff Joyce, second; Scan Nelson, third; Barry Pax- man, first; Paul Werner, third; Rob Rusi, second. Boy's basketball The Indians Kingco record dropped to 0-14 with losses to Sammamish ,-37 and Lake Washington 62-58. The Indians continued to receive consistent play from Kevin Landdeck, who scored a total of 32 points in both games for the Indians this week. Girl's basketball The Indians kept their playoff hopes alive by defeatingSammamish, 54-52 and Lake Washington 54-47. Laura Lavine led the way by scoring 38 points and collect- ing 12 rebounds. The Indians controlled from beginning to end as the Indians once led by nineteen, and coasted from then on. Boy's swimming The Indians boosted their ;record to 3-5 with a win over .Bellevue 68-54 but they couldn't keel) it going and lost to Inglemoor 70-58. Winners against Bellevue: 200 free David Hersey, 1:59.98; diving Tim Hall, 62.6 pts: 100 free, Brant Fer- rarini, 55.56; 100 back, Tim Killian, 1:03.02. The Indians also won the 400 free relay in a time of 3:50.36. Girl's gymnastics The girls placed first in a four-way meet with Mercer Island, Sammamish and Bellevue last week, Meredith McRoberts and Pauline Neault were standouts in the competition, while Laureen Moore picked up the best place finish with a third on the bars. McRoberts took fourth in vault, and fifth in bars and floor exercise and sixth in balance beam. Neault and Lisa Aguirre tied for fifth in vault, and Neault took sixth in bars and floor exercise. Jodie Francis took fifth place in balance beam. KingCo competition will be February 10 at Bellevue High, beginning at 6 p.m. Locals race in motocross Louis Aron, Tommy • t . Judge, Aaron Ktrkpatnck, Charlie Mitchell and Shane West of lssaquah will take part in a motocross race on February 12 in the King- dome. The race is sponsored by the Seattle Times and Yamaha. Laura Lavine is num er 1 in ,ingco i00,(00sketball by Rodi Shemeta Ludlum First it was Juli Coleman. Last year it was Stacy Sin- dora. This year it's Laura Lavine. All three girls have been standouts for the Issaquah High basketball team, all three have been number one scorers in Kingco at some point in their seasons. Unfor- tunately, one star does not make a team and none have been able to lead their teams to the championships. For Lavine, only a junior, there is still a chance this year. If not, there is always next year. The 5-foot, ll-inch center has improved so remarkably this season, she's even sur- prised herself. Last year she averaged six points per game. This year, as the top scorer in Kingco, she's averaging bet- ter than 21 points a game. Last week she scored 29 points against first place Sammamish -- 27 in the first period alone. After that, she was double- and triple- teamed and managed only another two. At Inglemoor, she hit a career high of 32 points. A few days later, it was 38 points, against Lake Washington. Not bad for the girl who set a goal of 16 or 18 points a game at the begin- ning of the season. "It's gone much higher than I expected," she under- stated. Lavine has been playing basketball since fourth grade, when she joined a Redmond Parks and Recrea- tion team to alleviate bore- dom. At Pine Lake Junior High, Sue Crotzer encour- aged her to keep playing. "I wasn't putting all the effort into it that I could," Brake Repair Special s99s° UNIROYAL STE • I "BLEMS" P175/80/13 42.46 plus 1.64 F.E.T. P195/70/13 52.59 plus 1.98 F.E.T. P195/75/14 57.31 plus 2.18 F.E.T. P215/75/15 61.69 plus 2.59 F.E.T. P225/75/15 63.20 plus 2.78 F.E.T. P235/75/15 66.56 plus 3.01 F.E.T Shocks $90095 Gabriel Red Ryders ll I RSLLATtON H E RF-OR-M-A--ffCE- W00w00&OVw00k PRICE F.E.T. SIZE PRICE F.E.T. F60-14 $57.11 2.67 G-60-14 59.23 2.84 G60.15 59.73 2.91 SEMPERIT' M.301 155R13 165R13 S 165R14 60 N.W. Gilman Blvd. uah 392-3831 SIZE A70-13 s46.72 1.79 E-70-14 52.34 2.31 F70.14 53.29 2.47 G70-14 55.74 2.62 G70.15 56.83 2.64 H70-14 58.93 2.87 L70.lS 63.04 3.17 680.13 50.48 2.04 E60-14 55.51 2.49 admitted Lavine. Soon she began practicing with the boys' team at Pine Lake, with coach Warren Jones and some of his 6-foot, 4-inch boys. She still prac- tices at the junior high, but now with high school boys. "One day Bill Keller came to the junior high and had to guard me. I just gave him the elbow and he really tightened up after that," she says grin- ning. She practices all year round and was helped a lot at the Cougar Cage Camp at Washington State University last summer• "I try harder than I tried last year and I work better on basic skills -- dribbling, passing, shooting." She takes most of her shots from close in ("the lazy way out," she calls it) and is working on outside shots. She's also trying to improve her defensive game. She admires Bellevue's Chris Van Pelt, who was the leading scorer in Kingco until Lavine moved up, and keeps track of Juli Coleman's pro- gress at Oregon State Univer- sity through Coleman's mother, who works at Issa- quah High. "Juli has been sort of an inspiration for me," she says. When basketball season is over, Lavine will get ready for a season of track, where she competes in discus and shotput. She was fourth in the state last year in discus, with a distance Of 130 feet. >-Her brotheC-David, a Pine Lake Junior High student, holds The Athletics Congress national record in shot put in his age group. Her sister Lisa, a fifth grader, is on a Parks and Recreation basket- ball team, the Sonics. Issaquah will hear the name Lavine for many years re come. Laura Levlne (center) takes a shot in a game against Sammamlsh. Photo by Debbie Brusius. I ,-˘. IN ISSAQUAH "t" ',,h-': - Since 1910 rxs:00Ea's M=00TS Seafood. Poultry -- .... Cho/ce Locker Beef BEEF LIVER 89 ˘ TRUE COD s1.89 ,o FILLETS PEPPERONI BY THE YARD Sl.50 I HINDQUARTERS .......... Sl.eS (, U:o00:E) I SIDES ..................... $1.45 )b. "/.=.">..Jj.p | Includeacutt/ng & wrapping "  I 85 Front St. N. 39009200-313-100 "ONEFLEWOVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST" OPENS FEB. 16 Village Theatre 120 Front Street N., Issaquah RESERVATIONS: 392-2202 e-Viile Theatre t ...................... 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Gilman Blvd. 392-1700 i Sports Jerry , Holling Girl's basketball dominates The team defeated Mt. Rainier 33-23, February 1. The entire team played and totally dominated• Liberty's scorers were: Pam Payseno, 13 points; Cindy McBride, 9; Kim Lin- ville, 5; and Liz Helfenstein, Jodee Johnson, and Mistie James, 2 points each. Other starts: McBride had 9 rebounds and 2 blocked shots; Payseno had 8 re- bounds, 2 steals, and 1 block- ed shot; James had 7 re- bounds; Linville had 6 re- bounds; Helfenstein had 4 re- bounds and 3 steals; Johnson had 1 rebound and 2 steals; and Linda Bostjancic and Jill Ulness each had 1 rebound• Liberty also defeated East- side Catholic, in a tough game, 41-37 on February 4. Liberty was behind 25-14 at halftime but with much ef- fort and good basketball (plus a lot of inspiration by team member Jodee Johnson who, during halftime, told them point blank they were going to win) they outscored Eastside Catholic 27-12 dur- ing the second half. Johnson also sparked the team by hit- ting two long shots during the third quarter. Liberty's scorers were: Payseno, 12; Johnson, 11; McBride, 8; Helfenstein, 6; and James, 4., • Other starts: McBride had 9 rebounds, 5 steals, and 1 blocked shot; Linville had 7 rebounds and 1 blocked shot; Payseno had 6 rebounds, 4 steals, and 3 blocked shots; Helfenstein had 4 rebounds and 5 steals; James had 3 re- bounds, 2 steals and 1 block- ed shot; and Johnson had 2 during the second hal chered them (Ea Catholic)." He was ed by the effort of the team and in particular tl fort of James. James over the floor doing could to help the and the entire team 110% effort last week, payed off. Coach Johnson is l0 forward to both the _ and Tyee games on FebS 8 and 11, and hopq toward a playoff berth. ' Boy's basketball The team was Mt. Rainier 69-44, 1. Liberty just the Mt. Rainier attack. Liberty's Brown, 9 points; Thor l 8; Tracy Jewett, 7; dis, Jeff Crawford, Skip and Jeff Thomas, 4 and Dan Sportsman Thoennes, 2 each. Liberty was also by Eastside Catholic, February 4. Liberty's scorers Crawford, 12; Brown and Thomas, 7 Addis and Jewett, 3 and Bruce Banister, and Thoennes, 2 each. Coach Chan looking forward to the ruary 11 home game Tyee. He hopes the be packed with porters to give the team  ed confidence and show t that though they haven't a winning season, we still there, supporting efforts. Stubbs also said he's s lot of improvement season and if the team steals and 1 blocked shot. play controlled Coach Dave Johnson said they could win one or the press Liberty initiated the remaininggames. In the car game, we're the goat. Serving the Cascades community from Bellevue to Ellensburg. Freeway convenient. Take the 124th Street exit from Highway 520 in Be|levue. BELLEVUE 13817 Northup Way N.E., Bellevue, 643-4544 I