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Page 12- The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, March 9, 1983 , ii Sport .iberty runners ioin Issaquah track team Nine track and field athletes at Liberty High ii,c,,e been allowed to join lssa- quah High's track team this spring, but no one knows yet if the points Liberty's athletes score will count for lssaquah High or Liberty. The Washington In- terscholastic Athletic Association Executive Board will meet March l0 to decide if Liberty's athletes should compete in the AA Seamount League or the AAA Kingco Conference. Because of the poor condi- tion of Liberty's track and the low turnout for the sport this season, the school decid- ed not to offer the program this year and probably next year. The school could not find a qualified coach for the Parks & Recreation Basketball Standings Men's League: Design Associates 1 6 "AA"&"A"Division W L NoDunks 0 8 TNT Roofing ' 6 2 Runnin' Rebels 6 2 "B" Mountain Division W L Solomon Log 6 3 Hovlands Inc. 7 0 Gaslamp Tavern 5 4 Datal/O 7 l Sea-Port 5 4 Sammamish Totems 5 3 Raiders 4 5 Unisea 5 3 CentralConnection 3 6 Group"W" 5 3 Southeast Glass 0 9 Union Tavern 3 5 Machinist Inc. 2 6 'B'_'Competiti___ re Division _w L lssaquahMerchants 1 7 Starbow Builders 7 1 lssaquah Automotive 0 7 Clampitts Cleaners 6 l Rocket Research 6 2 Youth Leagues: Rowley Agency 5 3 Boy's3rd &4th S.C.S. 5 3 Grade League W L Cats Meow 4 4 Sonics 6 0 Knowles&Assoc. 3 5 Spurs 5 1 Mr. Si. Golf Course Rest. 2 6 Pacers 4 2 Sammamish Clippers l 7 Nets 3 3 Coffman Engineers 0 7 Hawks Pistons Clippers Pine Lakers 7 0 Knicks BIae Devils 6 1 Fortunate Products 5 3 Boy's7th&8th A.S. Design&Assoc. 4 3 Grade League Ruby's Unleaded 4 4 Bulls ,:.  :Li+(,,,,., 3 5 Suns "B" Valley Division W L sport either, according to Liberty's activities director Jim Bruno. "1 have a hunch that you can go out and beat the bushes and find a coach," said Bruno, "but what we were looking for was a cer- tified teacher who also hap- pens to coach. We need to have someone who is philosophically in tune with how you conduct a turnout, how to behave in a'locker room and on a bus." Bruno adds that when a certified teacher could not be found, the school searched for a community member to do the job, but did not find the right person. Both high schools have employed com- munity members as coaches in swimming, tennis, basket- ball and baseball. Spurs 5 2 Boy's9th& 10th Hawks 3 3 Grade League W L Bucks 3 3 Pacers 7 0 Nets 3 5 Jazz 5 2 Knicks 2 4 Pistons 3 4 Lakers 2 5 Kings 2 5 Celtics 1 6 Sonics 2 5 Bullets 2 5 Boy's 5th & 6th Grade League W L Girl's 3rd-6th Bucks 6 1 Grade Level W L Sonics 6 1 Rockets 5 1 Clippers 5 2 Sonics 5 2 Kings 5 2 Jazz 4 2 Lakers 5 3 Bullets 4 3 Celtics 2 5 Kings 2 4 Knicks 2 5 Celtics 2 4 Cavaliers l 6 Hawks 2 4 Jazz 0 7 Lakers 2 4 ] ,3 Little League umpires meet ] 5 0 6 The Issaquah Little League 3. will hold an umpires' clinic All interested volunteers W L March 15 and 29 at Issaquah are welcome. For more 6 I Junior High at 7 p.m. The information call Don Chris- 5 1 clinics will be held in room F- tian at 392-2040 or 451-3251. Served 7 to 9 a.m. Monday through Friday . slg9 Baking Powder Biscuits, and 3 eggs any style .... It Dish of fruit, one egg sausage or bacon, toast S1.99 ii ii i Our regular Breakfast Menu is available anytime, night or day/ Real Waffles! Real Hash Browns! 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