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THE ISSAQUAH PRESS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22~ 2009 C3 FROM PAGE C1 "We knew when we went on the field, he had his guys ready," Eastlake coach Adam Gervis said about Issaquah coach Jason Lichtenberger and Issaquah. "They did lots of little things, which was nice." Both teams' goalkeepers worked their fair share. Once down 1-0, Eastlake was forced to be more aggressive on offense, and thus ramped up the assault on the goal. "They created so many chances and they (goals) weren't there," Gervis said. "We're playing really well, but we're not getting the fi- nal ball in the net." Eastlake tied the game in the 49th minute. Junior forward Nick Rudella used some misdirection to slip the ball right, past Is- saquah's Jacobson on a rolling cross from the left side to just in- side the right post. Senior Mikey Marsh had the assist. Gervis attributed much of East- lake's strong performance to Marsh's set-up work. "His work was astronomical," Gervis said. [ssaquah's defense broke down in the second half, but Jacobsen's alertness in the box held the con- stantly threatening Eastlake at bay. "He was fantastic. He was forced to make three game- changing saves. The fact that he held on to those was great," Lichtenberger said. "He has really stepped up. for us this year." Jacobsen sent the game into overtime after diving to save a near goal from a Rudella free kick. "They lifted their game,, Gervis said. Andrew Schubert, Issaquah senior defender, hangs onto a fistful of jersey belonging to Renato Bandeira during the first period of their soccer match at Issaq uah Stadium, Andrew Schubert, Issaquah senior defender, and Eastlake senior midflelder Kevin Braun battle for the ball during an Eastlake offensive drive in the first period of their soccer match at Issaquah Stadium. FROM PAGE C1 = tential she has," Gaines said. Skyline's. Ashley Young and Katie Johnson tied for second with a 49. Chelsea Guenette fin- ished fourth with a 50. "Overall, we're thankful we had such nice weather for the match and that it didn't snow that day," Gaines said. Skyline is home for two matches next week, April 27 against Eastlake High School and April 30 with Sammamish High School. Skyline plays its home matches at The Plateau Club. Molly Culwell led the Patriots with a personal best 51. "We have a really young squad," said Liberty coach Michelle Warlick. The team is striving to find con- sistency as it comes together this season, she said. "One week, the girls will have good scores, followed by a week of not so good scores," Warllck said. The team has several sopho- mores and freshmen, as well as Corinna VanHurston, a senior who just started playing golf, Warlick said. Liberty's next match was April 21 against Eastlake High School at Sahalee Country Club. The results were unavailable at press time. "Sahalee is a lot more challeng- ing than Maplewood," Warlick said. "You have houses near the fairways and a narrow tree line. I can tell you that our girls will come ready to play." Reach Reporter Jim Feehan at 392-6434, ext. 239, or ffeehan@isspress.com. Comment on this story at www.issaquah- press.com. We know you best, because we are a lot like you... Issaquah Insurance Agency ~8n9 PEMCO Insurance www.lssylnsuronce.corn phone: 425-392-7887 22525 SE 64th Place HOME; A~O~:::;E~ :EtFE, INSURANEE Patrick Shockley, Community hsent Since 1977 TRYOUTS ARE at Preston Field May4-6 Ull & Development Team Tryouts May 15-17 BU12-BU15 May 15-17 GU12-GU14 May 9-11 GU15-GU19 Questions? Email EFC Registrar Colleen deCillia at cdecillia@comcast.net PHOTOS BY GHEG FARRAR Eastlake junior forward qulnn Gdsham, Issaquah junior mid- fielder, leaps up to plant his head on the soccer ball during the first period of the match against Eastlake. The game went two overtimes before end- ing in a 1-1 tie. BY GREG FARRAH Coflnna VanHurston, Liberty senior, tees off on the par-4, 244-yard first hole at Maplewood Golf Course April 15 in a match against Skyline. Red Gate Farm Day Camp Weekly Itorse Ca p 9essio.s June, July and August on the Sammamish Plateau 17 Sudoku Solution 8 4 1 m 3 6 9 5 2 7 7 4 6 9 9 2 2 6 5 8 8 7 4 3 1 5 3 1 51639 73281 68754 95817 14392 32465 29176 87943 46528 0 2~7. F~ ~ge THOMAS R. QUICKsTAD, DDS FAMILY DENTISTRY ON THE PLATEAU SINCE 1989 SERVICES AVAILABLE: Preventive Cleanings Digital X-my (75% less radiation) Cosmetic Veneers Sealants Crowns Dentures Teeth Bleaching Bridges Extractions Fillings Implants 425-391-1331 3707 Providence Point. Dr. SE NEW PATIENTS WELCOME Issaquah, WA 98029 BY GREG FAl~HAH HOOPIN FOR CHARITY Brian Comer, 15, of Sammamish, aims for a basket from the free throw line April 18 during Hoops ef Hope at the community center. Comer, an Eastside Catholic High School student, raised $500 in pledges, and was one of 70 participants who raised $3,500 for orphan sponsorships, and school and health construction proj- ects in Africa, all for children impacted by AIDS. The Issaquah Youth Advisory Board, with districtwide mid- dle and high school students, hosted the event. WHATTO KNOW FI~OM PAGE C1 of the main lake. The lake, open year round, was planted with rainbows and triploids earlier this year. Like Pine Lake, no gas motorboats are allowed on Beaver Lake. Unlike Pine Lake, Beaver Lake is more of a challenge for anglers, because it doesn't have a lot of shoreline to fish from because of lily pads and weeds. However, anglers who fish the lake a lot often come home with large trout. There's also downed timber in the water, which makes for good fish structure and adds to the lake's natural setting and charm. Other nearby lakes that have been planted and should receive some attention this weekend Lake Boren in Newcastle and Rat- flesnake Lake, located on Inter- state 90 east of Issaquah. Rattlesnake Lake has large rain- bow. Electric motors are allowed. Anglers should check Fish and Wildlife for regulations regarding selective gear rules. Anglers should be aware that planted trout tend to be in the top 3 feet to 5 feet of water for up to a week after planting. As each. week goes by, anglers should drop the hook deeper in the wa- ter to where the fish are feeding. One of the nice things about Pine Lake is that there are usually vet- eran anglers around to give novices advice. Power baits and eggs usually work best early in the season. Other King County hot spots should be Langlois Lake near Car- nation and Wilderness Lake in Maple Valley. Langlois, a 40-acre lake, has disabled accessible facil- ities. Wilderness, a 67-acre lake, has ample bank access on the northwest shore. Fish and Wildlife Director Phil Anderson said he believes that with economic times tough for many families, trout fishing is an outstanding bargain. A fishing license for adults (15- 59) is $21.90 and free for chil- dren 14 and under. Fifteen-year- Fishing licenses can be pur- chased online at http://fish- hunt.dfw.wa.gov, by calling 1- 866-246-9453 toll-free or at license dealers across the state, Locally, fishing licenses can be purchased at Big 5 Sporting Goods and at Fred Meyer. Anglers using Department of Fish and Wildlife access sites are required to display a Department of Rsh and Wildlife vehicle use permit on their vehicle. Every person who purchases a fishing license receives a free vehicle use permit. olds and persons with disabilities can purchase a license for $8.21. Seniors (70 and older) can buy an annual fishing license for $5.48. "This may be the best time ever for those who used to fish to get back into it with family and friends," Anderson said. 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