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Page 8 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, February 16, 1983 i Sports i i i Issaquah Sports Rich Hallstrom Wrestlers head for state The Indians showed that tradition counts for a lot as they qualified six wrestlers for state. Jeff Joyce turned out to be the most successful by plac- ing first at 135 pounds. Joyce engineered the victory by us- ing the cross body ride along with some tight riding that resulted in the demise of his opponent slowly but surely. Even with the victory, Joyce was still not satisfied, "I'm till not the champion -- I have one more week to go." Other state qualifiers: Ed Carlton, second; Blake Carl- ton, third; Barry nYman. third; Rob RusE, third; Paul Werner, fourth. Boy's, basketball !''.' failed lo win a leaL, uc :qe',polI. \\;lti,,!',;:i Jl' ;!l dEans led 27-26 at hallmne, they returned to their old form and lost the game. Jeff Johnson and Ran Evans led the scoring with 16 and 15 points respectively. The In- dians finished at 4-16 (0-15 league). Girl's basketball The Indians closed out their season in a big way thanks to 29 points from Laura LavinG, and some great outside shooting from Cindy Hickam that resulted in another 14 pointed for the Indians. Issy controlled the game from the outset as they sprinted to a 50-26 lead after three quarters. During the fourth period, Issaquah continued to widen the lead, thanks to the steady ball handling of senior Joyce Jones, and cruised to a 63-36 win over Newport. "If we could have gotten into the playoffs we could have gone some place," said coach Don Eggart. The In- dians finished 6-9 in Kingco. Boy's swimming Issy closed out the season with a 3-7 record in Kingco and a 66-62 loss to Juanita. Winners against Juanita: Brant Ferrarini, 50 free 22.78; David Hersey, 100 free 50.48; Tim Killian, 100 back, 1:00.5. Jodle Francis, the only Issaquah gymnast to qualify for state finals, performs on the balance beam. Photo by Debble Bruslus. ISSAQUAH'S 3rd ANNUAL 5.MILE RUN FOR LITTLE LEAGUE DATE: Saturday, April 2, 1983. PLACE: Issaquah High School Athletic Field, 700- 2nd S.E. (near downtown Issaquah). START: 10:00 a.m. Line-up at 9:45 a.m. COURSE: 5 miles - mostly flat, paved roadway, through scenic Issaquah. ELIGIBILITY: Open to all men, women, children, Joggers, runners, and walkers. DIVISIONS: Men & Women: 13 & under, 14-18, 19- 29, 30-39, 40-49, 50 & over. AWARDS: Trophies/to top finishers in each divi- sion. Ribbons to other top finishers. Free T- Shirts to all finishers. REGISTRATION: Mail.In Entry $5.00 (must be received by March 31st). Checks payable to: "lssaquah Run." Pick-up running numberr between 8:00 a.m. & 9:30 a.m. day of run. Day-Of-RunEntry $6.00 (Registration from 8:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.). ENTRY FORMS AVAILABLE AT: ISSAQUAH PRESS FAST LADY SPORTS 45 Front St. S. Gilman Village M-F 9-5 M-S 10-5, Sun. 12-5 For more information call: Tom Whltmore 392-2290 REGISTER NOW FOR CLASSES BEGIN MARCH 7th (Pre.registration closes March th) 24 Classes -- 3x a week 8 weeks - $36.00 16 Classes - 2x a week 8 Weeks - $28.00 Drop in Charge - $3.00 CLASSES: 9:00 a.m. - M, W, F - Aerobic Exercise 8:00 p.m. - T, Th -- Aerobic Exercise , ALL CLASSES CO-ED , CLASSES HELD M- Issaquah Tennis Club 2116 N.W. Poplar Way Issaquah, WA 98027 881-9500 -- MAIL REGISTRATION TO -- REDMOND FITNESS & TANNING CENTER, INC. Downtown Issaquah 392-1 ;923 7941-159th Place N.E. i i Redmond, Washington 98052 I II I I gll I II I DRASTIC REDUCTIONS I 3' Noble Fir '3 ' Thuja (pyromidoll.) 5 ,o,. sSO0 Rhododendrons s,o *S Alberta Spruce ,o, *5 Heather ,,0, '19e English Laurel ,00,.'6" p (, ,or o0) Some plants may need tender loving care. - I 7/ WINTER BARGAINS! i i lAGER GARDENERS CAN PLANT! ONION SETS brown & white 99" i i i i i i i i i i i i i LILY OF THE VALLEY ................ '!.98 PEONIES ....................... *3.49 RLEEDIN6 HEART .................. *2.49 ANEMONE ....................... '1.98 SWEET PEAS FIRS INIURSERY This year with over 1OO changes in the tax laws and forms, you have more chances of making a mistake. And that could mean an IRS audit. If H&R Block prepares your taxes and you're audited, we go with you at no added cost. Not as your legal repre- sentative, but to explain how your taxes were pre- pared. If we make a mistake and you owe additional tax, you pay only the tax. We pay the penalty and interest. H&R BLOCK The new tax laws. This year's number one reason to go to H&R Block. Ne00Loc00t,o.,.ISSAQUAH Open Mon..Fr/. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sat. 9alto. raSp.re. Call for an appolMment or come in at your convenience. Evenings by appointment Upstairs in the Mercantile Building 485 Front St. North , 392.4323 J - i i ii i ii i ii i i Jeff Joyce (bottom) wrestles Marysville's Ty Vanderpool at regional competition last week, winning 6-2. Photo La Chance. Special Olympics teams Issaquah Alps hi compete in tournament The Issaquah Panthers and Issaquah Indians, Special Olympics teams from Issa- quah will participate in the Special Olympics sectioaal basketball tournament February 27 at Newport High School, Bellevue. Cathy Kirkman coaches a team which includes Bill Carpenter, Scott Hastings, Joe Hemian, Mike King, Tom Lilja, Kim Lobdell, Scot Mabray, Pat Perry, Dine Rebhuhn, David Spence and Bryan Stewart. Chaperoning the team will be Sharon Humphries, Tim Alward, Karen Madison and Oletta Sargeant. Mike Sill coac,hes a team which incluSes .Kevin Allison, Mark Antderson, Jim Beauprey,, Rick Davis and Pat Gamroth. Others are Don Mahoney, Dale Riche, John Schoenhals, Randy Singleton and Michael Tesch. Larry and Marylin Gamroth coach a team which includes Brett Barnett, Eric Burnett, Carl Cloud, Joe Coils and Angele deMers. Carry Gongia, Ron Marker, Scott Nersveen, Dana Moth- wand, Jeff Patrick, Gary Sweenzey and Greg Voss are others. YMCA youth The Eastside Family YMCA will start a new ses- sion of youth programs dur- ing the week of March 5. In- struction in karate, weight training and gymnastics will be held for boys and girls, ages 5-16 years. Program sessions run on a IIII programs begin six week basis for all classes and, with the exception of youth gymnastics, will meet at the YMCA on the Bel-Red Road and 144th N.E. The gymnastics program will meet at the gymnastics gym at Sammamish High School at 100 140th S.E. in Bellevue II When you shop for meats and cheeses, what do you buy? Quality, service, price .i Quality, service, price... The Authority. Gilman Village, 392-5073 III .je I I COFFEE SHOP, DINING ROOM & LOUNGE Fasano's Presen ts LOUNGEWEAR AND LINGERIE FASHION SHOW Patricla.Joy s 6:15 p.m., Friday, Feb. 18 in the Lounge and Dining Room Two Happy Hours! = LUNCH TIME: Your favorite cocktail is half price with order of Luncheon special or equal. 4:30-6 P.M.: 85 = well drinks and the best hot hor d'oeuvres in town! Co-sponsored by Issaquah Parks and Recreation. No previous sign-up is necessary; just show up at! pointed time and place. All hikes meet at the Issa and Ride Lot. February 18, 9:30 a.m., Preston Trail/TMT Loop, C, Leader Dwight Riggs 271-8389/772-1666. A newly version of the Preston Trail's first mile makes this loops around the flanks of West Tiger possible. footing on that mile. 7 miles, 2000 foot gain. February 19, 8:30 a.m., Old Newcastle Railroad = Class 3-C, Leader: Tim O'Brian. Go back in time walk on bits and pieces of the grade from Old Kenneydale, up and down in May nificent wooden trestle carried the trains the easy way briar patches, highways and byways. A car switch will l a oneway approximate 5 mile trip. February 29, 8:30 a.m., Poe Poe Point and Valley, Class 3-B, Leader A.J. Culver 392-3002. A view point and fine start for a hang glide down Valley. The route down follows the Tiger Mountain grade looping back through Many Creek Valley Tradition trail to the cars at High Point. February 20, 12:30 p.m., May Creek, Class 2-C, Steve Williams 232-8072. A new view of the creek downstream from Lake Washington up to Hone Farm. Boots are recommended for the possible Creek Eng. February 22, Yah-er Wall, Class 3-C, Leader: ning 746-1017. This dizzy height above the Hobart be reached by several routes including the trail to Point. There may be a car switch which makes to the brink with its unique plant community of poison oak and other unusual species. 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