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Page 8 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, March 23, 1983 Sport Orca swimmers sixth Jn Region Xll championships The best swimmers from 52 teams in the states of Washington, Oregon and Idaho met at the Region Xll Championship meet held in Tualitin Hills, Oregon on March 11, 12 and 13. Issa- quah's Orca Aquatics placed sixth in this meet. Orca Aquatics is proud of their team members who met the qualifying time standards which enabled them to parti- cipate in the Age Group Re- gion XII Championship meet. Those swimmers were Eric Mix, Kristin Montreuil, Laurie Montreuil, Shane Volk, Cathy Phillips, Laurie Braun, Julie Braun, Julie Pease, Jan Pease, Scott Schaefer, Jill Norton, Mike Cutler, and Steve Hagelauer. Cutler set new Region XII records in the 50-yard back- stroke and 100-yard back- stroke for 11 and 12 year old boys. His time of 27.76 in the 50-yard backstroke placed him as the fourth fastest in the nation based on 1982 times, and his time of 59.38 Front row, Jill Norton, Cathy Phillips, Shane Volk, Laurie Braun, Julie Pease. Middle row, Julie Braun and Scott Schaefer. Back row, Laurie Montreuil, Jan Pease, Kristin Montreuil, and Mike Cutler. Not shown, Eric Mix and Steve Hagelauer. Shocks GabrieIFREE Red Ryders $2095 INSTALLATION 155x12... 155x13.. 165x15 .... 165x14...175xl 3 ............. 235/75/15 Goodrich or Uniroyal, black BraKe, repalr00 All Special =99 s Wheels ON SALE STE RADIALS S349So,00,F0000 s450u00,0000 s645 p,u,Er Best Steel Radial PICK UP, R.V., CAMPER SPECIAL Size P235/75/R15 Radial All Terrain Plus 3,35 F.E.T, UNIROYAL STEEL.BELTED RADIALS 235/85/16 same as 750x 16 BIG O R/S PLUS POLYESTER BODY 2 STEEL BELTS RIS PLUS 28335R P155180R13 P165180R13 P175180R13 P185180R13 P185175R14 P195175R14 P205175R14 P215175R14 P225175R14 P205175R15 P215175R15 P225175R15 P235175R15 SPFCIAt. PRICE $52.73 53.78 54.97 55.90 56.96 59.83 64.62 66.76 69.67 64.94 68.69 70.99 76.85 t w/exchange tire ECIDE 1A/ $1.50 1.64 1.83 1.90 2.00 2.13 2.34 2.49 I 2.67 2.44 2.59 2.74 2.96 60 N.W. Gilman Blvd. Issaquah 392-3831 Smith team sets record in the 100-yard backstroke placed him as the third fast- est in the nation based on 1982 times. The 1983 na- tional times are not yet com- piled. He also broke the PNSA record in the 200-yard individual medic, y with a time of 2:12.22. Cutler will swim nine events in the Far West- ern Championship meet to be held in Walnut Creek, Calif. on March 25 through 27. Those Orca Aquatics Swimmers from Issaquah who placed in the top ten are: Western Washington Uni- versity student Garron Smith was a member of a team set- ting a school record in the 400-meter relay with a time of 1,:53.3 ........... The record was set ,.last Girls 10 and Under 200 Medley Relay: 4, Laurie Braun, Cathy Phillips, Jill Nor- ton, Julie Pease, 2:26.95; 200 Free: 10, Julie Pease, 2:29.67. Girls 13 and 14 1650 Free: 2, Kristin Mon- treuil, 17:41.37; 400 Medley Re- lay: 4, Julie Braun, Laurie Mon- treuil, Kristin Montreuil, Kathi Wire, 4:22.29; 100 Back: 5, Kris- tin Montreuil, 1:04.70; 200 Breast: 1, Laurie Montreuil, 2:28.83; 500 Free: 2, Kristin Montreuil, 5:08.66; 400 Free Re- lay: 3, Kristin Montreuil, Lauri Montreuil, Annette Von- jouanne, Kathi Wire, 3:49.38; 400 IM: 8, Kristin Montreuil, 4:56.18; 200 Free: 10, Kristin Montreuil, 2:06.05; 200 Back: 2, Kristin Montreuil, 2:15.14; 100 Free: 9, Laurie Montreuil, 59.13; 100 Breast: 2, Laurie Montreuil, 1:10.58; 10, Jan Pease, 1:14.19. Boys 11 and 12 200 IM: 1, Mike Cutler, 2:12.22; 8, Eric Mix, 2:23.28; 50 Back: 1, Mike Cutler, 27.76; 500 Free: 2, Mike Cutler, 5:12.22; 5, Eric Mix, 5:29.60; 200 Free: 2, Mike Cutler, 1:57.03; 100 Back: I, Mike Cutler, 59.38; 100 Free: 4, Mike Cutler, 55.21; 6, Eric Mix, 56.83. ' Boys 13 and 14 400 Medleys.Relay: 6, Scott Schaefer, Anihony Woerner, 'Steve Hagelauer ,,Jim, Burrows; 400 Free Rela.3e. ;' Steve Weber, week at tile pp,en)ng of the Anthony wotlrn,: John Bur- track and field season, rows, Steve Hagelauer, 3:38.72. Quality Tax Service Serving Issaquah residents ancl businesses for 15 years , Open year around 165 Front St. N., Issauah 392-3650  ' Open Mon.-Thurs. 9 to6, Fri. 9 to5, Saturday 10 to 5. Call reran appointment. I Memo! When you sub, crlbe for 2 years, the P00ESS cost, less than 17 per issue! '10 ol year '17.5( two years The ":" Issa uah m .... Liberty's lavish gift Three years of work and planning by the Liberty High Booster Club finally paid off recently with the trophy display case at the school, worth at least $5,000. Pictured are Lee Bergsma (left) of Issaquah Glass, boosters a huge discount on the glass, and Carlo Mirante of Mirante Construction in Kent, who designed the donated the lumber and plywood. It was constructed by a woodshop class at Seattle Community College. Pickle. Liberty Sports Jerry Hollingsworth Lifters show their muscle The powerlifting teams did an outstanding job March 12 at the Central Washington Powerlift Championship In- vitational, a state powerlift- ing championship qualifying meet. Out of at least 25 schools represented, Liberty girls placed second and the boys placed third. Johnson and Carrie Aliment placed second; Denise More- house and Karen Olson plac- ed third; and Darla Lubbers placed fourth. For the boys, Sean Glea- son placed second; Steve Reeser placed third; and Lon Shook placed fifth. Mike Reeves, Tim Gruenke, Bob and Kevin Poitra all placed in the top eight. All scores are in respective weight divisions. Scores are determined by adding together the best (of three trials per lift type) trials of the three lift types: squat, deadlift; and bench press. Soccer The soccer team started the season by defeating Eastside Catholic 4-1 on March 15. Brian Gardner, Marty Lackey, Shinichi Nakagawa, and Daniel Pulido scored Li- berty goals. Liberty also defeated Cen- tralia 4-0 on March 18. Gardner scored two goals and Lackey and Nakagawa each scored one. Rick Scriven showed his For the girls, Jenifer Hen- Mathison, Don Gilmore, Jeff Issaquah Little League will nold placed first; Jodee Jacka, Jeff Langendoerfer, conduct a baseball umpires' clinic on March 29. The clinic will be held at Issaquah Junior High, Room F-3, starting at 7 p.m. sharp. "Ain't no flatland Ground Covers Vegetables car:' Plants for sun Asparagus roots Serving the L'ascldes community Rhubarb and shade fiom Bellevue to Ellcnsburg. I:reew;y convenient. Take the 124th Street exit Spring Bulbs Dahlias Glads Lilly of the Valley Peonies Berries . Strawberries Blueberries Raspberries Blackberries Grapes Currants Gooseberries Seed Potatoes Onion Sets Cabbage Cauliflower Lettuce  Chives We have Walla Walla Sweet Onion Plants! SALE PLANTS [, RHODODENDRONS c Selected varieties. 5gal. S500 Blooming Elizabeths $14 95 Dora Amaties $14 95 Blue Diamonds $9:95 Noble Firs ga,. $3 ' Globe Thurja oa, =1" Photinia 1 ga, $2 49 [1[[ Wax Leaf Privet  gal. S2 49 | J SHOP YOUR COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER Little League umpire's clini Anyone interested ing as a volunteer encouraged to Don Christian on or 451-3251 for formation. BEllEVUE 13S17 Norlhut) Way N.F., Ikdlevuc, 4 O Mon..8at. 9 to 6 8unday 10 to 5 ' I FIlR$ NURSERY s,.v.,.,.,o ,,.o o:;;.;,#..u.. NOW OPEN ALL WEEKEND! excellent by stopping two kicks in the Baseball The team side Cal Tracy Jewett runs, Dan Martinezi Jewett each scored Brian Harmon and vati each scored one The team was lssaquah 11-3 Tracy Jewett, tie, and Vern one run each. The team was als0 ed by Eastside on March 18th. ten men on base game. Brian Harmon, Keating, and Bob scored one run each. from t lighway 520 in Bellevue.