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Page 8 - The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, March 16, 1983 Sport Issaquah Spring Preview Boy's soccer New coach Rick Howser hopes to employ an attacking style of play that will produce a more exciting style of play. "The short, passing ball- control game is the best use of our talent on the team," explained Houser. A plus for the Indians this year will be a good positive attitude, along with six starters, Sam Maccarone, Brad Dillion, Mike Bell, Jim Resch, Peter Rackers and Jeff Potter, along with pro- mising sophomore Steve Fer- rarini. Girl's soccer Coach John Jarvinen will try to continue the winning tradition that has seen the In- dians win the Kingco title six out of the last eight years. "We are going to play a possession soccer and try to push players forward and put pressure on the other team," said Jarvinen. Here are some of the key players: Joyce Jones, Mindy Kalata, Angela Miller, Kris Bolton, Kristin Mantel, Lucy Matzner, Dani Sandal, Katie Kenyon, and Gillian Baxa. Issaquah Sports Rich Hallstrom Baseball The Indians will try to regain the form that had seen them qualify for the playoffs until last year's disaster. The lndians will depend on pitch- ing from Roger Decker, Jay Cloven and David Bannister. Brent Sill, Todd Jacobsen, Jeff See will lead a strong in- field. Boy's gymnastics Due to budget cuts, lssa- quah enters its final year-of competition in this sport, led by seniors John Wheeler and Ben Rhynedance. Last year was the most successful season for the Indians who placed first in Kingco. If you enjoy creativity along with seeing some great athletes come arid say goodbye to boy's gymnastics. Track Coach Terry Kirkpatrick must be smiling because of the turnout this year of over 70 kids. "This year we have the good boys team, along with a good girls team for the first time since I have been here," says Kirkpatrick. The Indians also picked up Darryl Rieux, transfer from Newport, which should add even more speed to the In- dians relay teams. On the girls side the In- ISSAQUAH HIGH SCHOOL SPRING SPORTS 1983 BASEBALL: Tues., Mar. 15 at Tahoma Tues., Mar. 22 TAHOMA Tues., Mar. 29 at Eastside Catholic Thur., Mar. 31 at Juanita Tues., Apr. 5 NEWPORT Thur., Apr. 7 at Lake Washington Tues., Apr. 12 at Sammamish Thur., Apr. 14 INGLEMOOR Men., Apr. 18 INTERLAKE Wed., Apr. 20 at Redmond Men., Apr. 25 at Bellevue Tues., Apr. 26 MERCER ISLAND Fri., Apr. 29 at Bothell Men., May 2 JUANITA Wed., May 4 at Newport 7:00 Fri., May 6 LAKE WASHINGTON Men.0 May 9 SAMMAMISH Wed., May I l at lnglemoor May 1"/-20 .... KingCo Fri., May 27-28 Regionals Fri., June 3-4 Finals Coach: Paul Johnson Asst. Coach: Pete Dowling Time: 3:30 TRACK: Fri., Mar. 18 MERCER ISLAND Fri., Mar. 25 at Sammamish Thurs., Mar. 31 INGLEMOOR Thur., Apr. 14 at Bothell Thur., Apr. 21 BYE Sat., Apr. 23 at Highline Inv Thur., Apr. 28 at Bell w/Ingle Sat., Apr, 30 at Sammamish Inv Fri., May 6 Mercer Island Inv Fri/Sat, May 13-14 KingCo at Mercer Is Tues., May 17 at Sam Crest & Crown Sat., May 21 SeaKing District Fri., May 27 State Meet dians not only have old- timers Mary Moore and Lieschan Hansen, but also have help from Loni Houston, Connie Jones, Jo- anna Gurnig, Patti Reed, Caroline Dodgson, Erin Chiids, Cindy Carzoli and Laura Lavine. Sophomore Kevin Hayles will make the biggest impres- sion of the new sophomores on the boys team. Girl's softball Coach Randy Wood has hopes for a strong playoff team that could make for an exciting season. "I am looking for a more consistent ball club, and if we decide to go for the throat we could be a really tough team," explained Wood. The Indians can also count on some good pitching from Corie Gosnell. Other players to watch are: Kim Spaniel, Kristal Orni, Mariann Solvang, Diane Holloran, Keri Gunderson, Chrissy Taylor, Becky Ginn, Cindy Hickam, and Penney Waiters. On to winter games Issaquah High Senior A Special Olympics Team winners at a tournament held February 27 at Newport High were: (top row left to right) Rick Davis, John Schoenhals, Mark Anderson, Mike Tesch, Dale Richie and Pat Gamrath. Bottom row: Dan Mahoney, Jim Beauprey and Kevin Allison. Coach Mike Sills Is seated center. The Indians Special Olympics team will join about 1,000 special athletes from around the state for the winter games March 18 through 20. The basketball competition will be held in Marysvllle, run-dribble-shoot competition in Everett and alpine and nordic skiing will be at Stevens Pass. SOFTBALL: GIRLS' SOCCER: Fri., Mar. 25 KENT BOYS' SOCCER: Wed., Mar. 16 at Liberty Tues., Mar. 15 INTERLAKE Fri., Apr. 15 at Bremerton Wed., Mar. 16 Thur., Mar. 23 LIBERTY Thur. Mar. 17 at Newport Fri., Apr. 22 at Cascade 7:00 Fri., Mar. 18 Fri., Mar. 24 EASTSIDE CATHOLIC Men., Mar. 21 at Redmond (5:30) Sat., Apr. 30 at Prairie 7:00 Tues., Mar. 22 Thur., Mar. 31 at Juanita Fri., Mar. 25 SAMMAM1SH Fri., May 6 PRAIRIE Thur., Mar. 24 Tues., Apr. 5 at Mercer Island Wed., Apr. 13 LAKE WASHINGTON Sat., May 7 All Around Inv 4:00 Wed., Mar. 30 Thur., Apr. 7 INGLEMOOR Fri., Apr. 15 EASTSIDE CATHOLIC Thur., May 12 Region l at Issaquah Fri., Apr. l Tues., Apr. 12 at Eastside Catholic Tues., Apr. 19 JUANITA Thur., Apr. 14 at Bothell Thur., Apr. 26 MERCER ISLAND BOYS' TENNIS: Men., Apr. 4 Fri., Apr. 15 REDMOND Thur., Apr. 28 at lnterlake Tues., Mar. 22 at Mercer Island Wed., Apr. 6 Men., Apr. 18 LAKE WASHINGTON Wed., May 4 BOTHELL Thur., Mar. 24 BELLEVUE Tues., Apr. 12 Wed., Apr. 20 JUANITA Fri., May 6 at Bellevue Wed., Mar. 30 NEWPORT Thur., Apr. 14 Fri., Apr. 22 MERCER ISLAND Wed., May 11 at lnglemoor Thur., Mar. 31 at Bothell Men., Apr. 18 Men., Apr. 25 at Inglemoor Fri., May 13-19 KingCo Tues., Apr. 12 1NTERLAKE Wed., Apr. 20 Thur., Apr. 28 FOREST RIDGE Coach: John Jarvinen Thur., Apr. 14 JUANITA Men., Apr. 25 Fri., Apr. 29 BOTHELL Asst. Coach: Connie Connell Tues., Apr. 19 at lnglemoor Fri., Apr. 29 Men., May 2 at Redmond Time: JV 5:30 - Var 7:30 Thur., Apr. 21 SAMMAM1SH Tues., May 3 Wed., May 4 at Lake Washington *Tues., Apr. 26 EASTSIDE CATHOLIC Thur., May 5 Coach: Randy Wood BOYS' GYMNASTICS: Thur., Apr. 28 at Redmond May 10-12 Time: 3:30 , lri., Mar. 11 MERCER ISLAND Tues., May 3 at Lake Washington May 16-20 ri., Mar. 18 LINCOLN FrL, May 27-28 State May 23-27 Coach: Torn Halvers0n Time: 3:30 IqL00)w To FIND BURIED T00_A gUR00 IN WASHINGTON,, AAitey place first Nine teams with I I mers, 2 to 6 years ticipated in the Meet held at lssac March 6. Issaquah the original trophy place. Ribbons were first through medals were given swimmers in the Registraiton for 28 lesson program open. Donkey basketball comes to The junior class quah High is donkey basketball held Wednesday, at 7:30 p.m. in the High gym. There will be three all: the sophomores juniors, the seniors faculty and then the ning teams in the ship. Tickets are $3 at at Sammamish at Inglemoor at Juanita LAKE at Newport EASTSIDE, REDMOND at Bothell INTERLAKE at Bellevue at Mercer Island INGLEMOOR JUANITA NEWPORT at Lake Washington SAMMAMISH KingCo Regionals ..... ; State Coach: Rick Howser ......... Armed. drill team first The Issac NJROTC unit's team took first place Puget Sound League tition on February win gave Issaquah a to win the league ship again. The ship will be March 19 at School. The 23-member commanded by Doug and coached by Engelman, must this important meet the conference. Also in the February 26 the rifle team. by Troy Stiles, the ished second in 'competition. 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