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Page 8- The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, April 6, 1983 Sports Drill team tryouts coming The Issaquah High Drill Team is pictured with the Weedle before a halftlme performance at the March 25 Sonics game. Tryouts for the 83-84 team will begin with an Informational meeting for interested 9th, 10th, and 11th grade girls and their parents on April 14 at Issaquah High at 7:30 p.m. in room C-1. Girls need a 2.5 GPA and second year Advisor Jere String says "they also need a real sense of commitment and a sincere desire to work as a group." Little League The senior league boys and April 9, at Doug's Northwest 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. State champ knocked off When you're on top every- one wants to knock you off and that is what happened when Issaquah defeated defending state champ Newport 2-1 on goals from Mike Bell and Sam Mac- carone. The Indians' defense, which had given up Indians ten goals going into the game, was rock solid as the Rich Hallstrom Indians managed to pull Newport offside 15 times i during the contest. "It was defense that did it were: 100 Darryl Rieux, ll.3; for us, and we finally came Rob LeFrandt, in the 800, together as a team," cam- with a time of 2:02.1, and mented Sam Maccarone. Tom Bohannon in the 1600, Coach Rick Houser cam- withatimeof4:29.4. mented, "It's about time we Boys' tennis beat a good team!" New coach Tom Halverson Track got his first victory this week when the Indians defeated The lssy girls track team Bothell 6-3. Winners were: continued to impress as they Scott Young, 6-2, 6-4; Jim defeated Inglemoor 70-53. Mary Moore led the way for Shiner, 6-0, 7-5; Barry Hen- thorne, 6-2, 6-2; Dwight Jar- the Indians as she posted two victories, the high jump, with via, 6-0, 6-2. Doubles: a leap of 5-8, and in the 400 Young-Shiner, 6-1, 6-7, 6-4; Henthorne - Jarvis 6-0, 6-2. with a time of 61.4. Other winners vs. Ingle- Baseball moor were: Lieschen The Indians gave up l0 hits Hansen, 5:30.7 in the 1600; and committed 3 errors in a Connie Jones, 2:23.2 in the 7-0loss to Juanita. 800. The girls also won the 800 and 1600 relays, with Softball times of 1:50.9 and 4:24.9. The Indians committed 8 The boys came closer to a errors en route to a 9-2 loss victory with a 68-68 tie against Juanita, in the league against lnglemoor. Winners opener for both teams. girls teams in lssaquah Little Shell 1605 NW Gilman Blvd. Funds raised from the car iii League are participating in a froml0a.m, to4p.m. The washes wili go to purchasing ' q ahAIps hikes car washes series of fund-raising car second car wash will beApril the much-needed equipment 1ssa - ___ washes. 16, at Issaquah Mobil Ser- and uniforms that help make U The first car wash will be vice, 30 W. Sunset Way from the Little League program successful. ? Nutritional Cooking Seminar featuring Vegetarian Cookery Nutritional Information Live Demonstrations Taste Testing Recipes 6 nights, $1.50 per session donation Monday & Wednesday nlghts Aprll 11, 13, 18, 20, 25, 27 7.9 p.m. Child Care Provided Issaquah Seventh-Day Adventist Church 425 E. Sunset Way Pre-re g is trs tie n Requested. 641-1461 or 392-8671 DO I HAVE TO GO TO SCHOOL TODAY? Every parent hears this question once in awhile. But if your child "hates" school, you need us. We're the Sylvan Learning Centers. We teach reading, moth and we make learning fun. Sylvan Learning Centers wO, closely wth teachers which helps to Jnsure your child's success. VISIT US... During spring vacation, April 4th through 8th we will be open from g AM to 1 PM. Call to schedule a tour or ';:j'21- ' "  ;:ill diagnostic test. '" 622-8896 James Erickaon, MSc Peter Evans, Jr. MA Combining 55 yeurs at 4317128th Ave. S.E. Experience in Education Bellevue One-haft mile south Sylvan of Factoria Square 622-8896  Learning Center Dedicated to the Success of out Students BIG O RIS PLUS POLYESTER BODY " 2 STEEL BELTS RIS PLUS 28335R P155180R13 P185180R13 P175180R13 P185180R13 P185175R14 P195175R14 PRICE $52.73 $1.50 I 53.78 1.64 I 54.97 1.83 I 55.90 1.90 I 56.98 2.00 I 59.83 2.13 I 64.62 2.34 I 66.76 2.49 J 89.67 767 I 64.94 2.44 J 2.59 ] 2.74 I 26 I P205175R14 Clearance! P215175R14 P225175R14 STEEL BELTED P205,75R15 P215175R15 68.69 RADIALS ..,,,.,, ,o. P235175 R 15 76.85 e w/exchange tire , s349s 155x'31111 ...... SQ9 5 F.E.,. BFrich Gabriel -d Ryder 165x14 r175x13 _ V V Best Steel S H O C K S Clearance, RDJ,LS =20's UNIROYAL STEEL BELTED Pickup, R.V. & a. Camper Special FREE INSTALLATION RADIALS P 235/75/R 15 s64 s s79900 225/70ll 5 ........ .LUS RADIAL S 69 PLUS F.E.T. Brake repair Special s99 s 60 N.W. Gilman Blvd. Issaq uah 392-3831 Includes new lining on all 4 wheels, drums turned, Check all cylinders, replace front front wheel bearings, replace front grease seals, bleed system and fill with new brake fluid. Co-sponsored by Issaquah Parks and Recreation. No previous sign-up necessary; just show up at the appointed time and place. All hikes meet at the Issaquah Park and Ride Lot. April 8 9:30 a.m. Leader: Leonard Eisenberg 392-4034, Grand Canyon of 15 Mile Creek Middle Tiger R.R. loop from the Gra}ld Canyon ascend to the Middle Tiger RR grade site then to .15,.Mile Creek in its wildest stretch. April 9 Squak Hi-lighter 8:30 a.m. Leader: George Jackman 641-2895, Includes Thrush Gap route, old tie mill, the stringer trestle, the block house and the stone fireplace of the Bullit mansion. April 9 Kerriston 12:30 p.m. leader: Russ Williams 392- 5989. Follow old logging roads up the valley of Raging River to the old sawmill and the prospecting town of Kerriston. April l0 Middle Tiger via 15 Mile Creek 8:30 a.m. Leader: Dang Harro 392-8312. From the Grand Canyon, ascend tO the Middle Tiger Railroad grade, climbing steeply to views of Rainier and the West. April 13 South Tiger Vista 9:30 p.m. Leader: Connie Dow 392-2190. A short uphill hike to broad views of May Valley and Squak Mt. and on out to Seattle. Open For WEEKDAY BREAKFASTS Starting Monday, April 11th Serving 9 to 11 a.m. with a special light menu. Ken Neville crosses the finish line ahead of all other runners at the Third Annual Five-Mile run for Little League. Photo by Dave Whitmore. Neville takes first in League run Despite the threatening weather, a record 297 run- ners participated in the third Annual lssaquah Run for Little League held April 2. The 5-mile run is sponsored by the lssaquah Flag Pro- gram and is put on with the help of Issaquah Little League, the Issaquah Gliders and Operation Close-Up at lssaquah High School. Pro- ceeds of $750 were donated to Little League. Ken Neville of Issaquah won overall first place with a time of 27:48 and 13-year-old Kelly Smith of Issaquah won the first place trophy for women with a time of 33:17. Other winners were: men, 13 and under -- Carl Buena; 14-18 -- Kuno Hollreigel; 19- 29 -- Joe Clark; Don Grim; 50 and Jim Ganley. Women Doree Armstrong; Kandy Hamilton; Maria Vega de Clark -- Donna Myhre; over -- Gwen Brown. Race results are Athlete's Foot and Sports stores. boys and girls 8 years or older Come and JOIN US! Our scheduled workouts are at the Issaquah High School tracl every tuesday and thursday at 5:00 pm sharp starting April 5tl, Come prepared to run and have For more information call 3 , [Original Ellen's, I Mountalnholm "GREASE" SOCCER RANCH MARCH 30.MAY 7 small, Village Theatre 120 Front Street N., Issaquah RESERVATIONS: 392.2202 /ormerlv' lbl _oCk south of A soccer camp girls & boys 8.16 8 sessions by age. Mountair an exciting ranch in the For Xnff (Ask for Laurie Kaufmann) SPONSORED B Y SKI RACK SPORTS 2118.8th Ave. Seattle 981