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round-up Liberty girls track paces league Liberty girls track undefeated in League action 87-52 victory over last week. first for Liberty Gruenes in the (27.36) and 400 (60.9); Volkel in the triple (32-1/2) and high jump Deanna Armstrong in 1,600 (5:40) and long /2); Liz Erick- m the 300 hurdles Adrienne Bielak in 800 (2:32.62); Erica in the javelin (106- Williams in the (I 19-0); and Treena in the shot put (31-9- , girls relay teams first as well. The won in 53.72, the had a 1:56.82 and the 1,600 relay a time of 4:19.62. girls are now 3-0 in while the boys team to 0-3 after losing 107-42. spots on the boys the In'st place fin- Ty Schuler in the Justin Drum- the pole vault (9-6); in the long 18-1-1/2); and Bryan in the triple jump I-1/4). The 1,600 relay also had a win with a 3:50.68 clocking. Liberty's final duel meet of the season will be held at LHS on Friday against Mt. Si. Events start at 3 p.m. Janna Williams Liberty ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Baseball The Liberty baseball team is now 8-2 overall and 4-2 in league, after losing to Mt. Rainier and beating Tahoma and Capital last week. The Patriots' defense was weak last Wednesday in the 10-4 loss to Mt. Rainier. The first few innings were a home run extravaganza. Liberty's Glen Walker hit it over the fence on the first pitch, but Mt. Rainier fol- lowed up with three homers of their own in the second to go ahead 5-1. Patriot Steve White then hit a two-run bomb, but the Rams hit a three-runner to keep ahead far enough to clinch the win. Liberty's offense picked up in the 7-3 win against Ta- home. Walker scored his seventh home run of the sea- son, and was also responsible for three RBIs and a double. Phil Christy had another double for the Pats. Jeremy Barden pitched a three-hitter to lead Liberty to an 8-4 non-league win over Capital on Saturday. Both White and Rick Martinez hit doubles and Coach Barry Aden felt it was a good group effort. The Patriots host Mt. Si today, May 3, O'Dea on May 4, and travel to Tyee on May 5. All games start at 3:45 p.m. Kathleen McLaughlin Softball The Liberty softball team is now in a tie for first place with Enumclaw, after two big wins last week. On Wednesday, the Patri- ots downed the Mt. Rainier Rams 20-4. Liberty put the game out of reach by scoring 11 runs in the third inning. Amber Green went wild hit- ting four for four with two doubles. On Friday, the Pats trav- eled to Tahoma to beat the Bears, 5-3. In the first inning, the Pats first two hitters walked. Robin Vaughn hit a single to load the bases, and Sarah Heytvelt's sacrifice fly gave Liberty a 1-0 edge. Then Green hit a single to bring in two more runs and the Patri- ots never looked back. Lib- erty's solid defense shut down the Bears for the remaining six innings. Robin Vaughn Sara Heytvelt Tops: 2/$7 00 Adult Sizes, Small to Extra Large, Assorted Colors THE SHIRT FACTORY Quantities limitedto stock on hand. Meadows Shopping Center--1640 N.W. Gilman Blvd., Issaquah 391-7469 Open for Mother's Day Lunch and Dinner Sunday, May 14th 11:30 a,m. to 9:30 p.m. Reservations Recommended Open for lunch & dinner Tuesday-Sunday, closed Mondays. "n Garden Andy Wing's One and Only Restaurant Specializing in authentic Mandarin & Hunan Cuisine Orders to Go Specialty Orders * Banquet Rooms Available 40 E. SUNSET WAY 392-9476 EET h's Fitness Team! May is National Fitness Month, so why don't You learn how to get back in shape at our special fitness seminar? "THE FATS OF LIFE" With Nationally Known Fitness Expert Afice Shepard Lockridge THURSDAY, MAY 4TH 7:30-9:30 P.M. Alice Shepard Lockridge Pre-Registration is recommended for this SPecial event. Tickets in advance will be $12.50/ Person or $20/couple. Tickets at the door will be $15/person or $25/couple. Cholesterol Screenings will be available to those attending the seminar for $3.50. Front St. N., Issaquah 392-FITT Liz Erlckson easily won the hurdles for Liberty. Issaquah |:;,:..:.:+;:.:.::+::+:.::.:.:.:.:.:+>:.:.; :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Baseball Coming into this week, the Indians still have a chance to make the KingCo baseball playoffs if they can score two wins, including one over Newport. After a win and a loss last week, Issy started this week with a 6-9 record that placed them tied for third in the Crest Division. This final week of play pits the Indians against league-leading Belle- vue, a sometimes surprising Newport team, and then Eastside Catholic on Friday. Last week, it took Issy nine exciting innings to down Interlake, 8-7. Coach Pete Wilkinson said neither team played well, but the seesaw battle still had its drama. Issaquah led most of the way until the game was tied in the seventh. Great pitch- ing by starter Scott Sass and reliever Ken Rosenow kept the Indians alive, and then the game was won on a sacrifice fly by Mike Dedo. The Indians weren't as lucky against Sammamish later in the week, losing 9-2. The Totems shelled pitcher Parnell Johnson in the first inning, and they were aided in their scoring attempts by two key Issy errors. The In- dians settled down after that and played well, but they could not recoup. "We just couldn't recover from that bad first inning," said Wilkinson. Tennis The IHS tennis team upped its r,cord to 3:8 with a shutout over Inglemoor and a one-point win over Juanita. In addition to last week's wins, Issy also fell to Woodinville, 4-3. On April 24, every singles player and doubles team came up with a victory for the In- dians in the 7-0 lopsided win. The following day against Juanita, it was a little tougher to get the 4-3 vic- tory. Softball The Issy softball team continues to lead KingCo's Crest Division. The Indians started this week with a 9-6 record and an almost-sure shot at the playoffs. Last week, they split a double-header with Newport. IHS lost the first, 4-3, on a 12th Avenue Cafe Breakfast & Lunch Open 6:30 AM -- 2:00 PM Tuesday through Friday Saturday & Sunday 7 AM -- 4 PM Thank you for your supportl 1235 12th Avenue N.W. 392-5975 ,,, II IIIII Sunday Champagne Brunch Sunday, May 14 th, 9:30 am-2 pm Featuring: An extensive array of brunch items A fresh fruit bar and sweet bar Free pour champagne Children under @ 4 years dine free _ (gla:trtla[ n An Old-Fashioned Inn t a.h, 4 On the River Reservations Recommended 222-5191 Fall City IIII INTERNATIONAL ORDER , OF JOB S DAUGHTER S.S WANTED ---'--:7:lj r Young women between the ages of 11 and 20 who are looking for friendship, adventures, teamwork, service to others, pride in yourself, and fun, to join our Masonic Youth OrganZzation. To qualify, you must: have,a relationship to a Master Mason have a reverence toward God ,, have loyalty to our country and its flag have respect for your parents and guardians have love for our world For more information call: Mary Harper, Linda Christenson, Guardian Grand Marshal 643-1506 783-9707 Organizational Meeting on May 6, 1989 at 2 p.m. W. 115 Sunset Way  [ Ma00o.,c 00om00,o Be part ' something special! ! The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, May 3, 1989 - Page 13 controversial umpire's call. But they roared back in the second game to post a whopping 15-0 win. Marnie Miller homered, Amy Strand tripled, and both Michelle Soden and Melissa Watson had doubles for the winning effort. Track Issy had some fine per- sonal performance in a non- scoring meet last week against Redmond and Ingle- moor, "About 50 percent of the team set personal records," said Coach Gwen Robertson. Kris Engstrom was a dou- ble winner for he boys, with firsts in the 100 (11.2) and in the 200 (23.0). Chris Moore iced the long jump (10-9- 1[4), and Ricardo Aquirre won the shot put (48-4-3/4). Scott Greenlaw won the 110 hurdles (15.4). John Louviere topped the 1,600 (4:32.2). Sal DeSalvo won the 3,200 (10:04.0). And in the field events, Nome Duangchan won the triple jump (40-2- 1/2) and Jason Rainey took the high lump (5-10). Issy also won the 400 and 1,600 relays. For the girls, Jodi Shel- man had an outstanding performance in the 400 (60.8) and Laurette Lam- bregts did very well in the 3,200 (13.11.0). The 800 re- lay team of Gall Tuvey, An- drea Hall, Carrie Soto and Susie Powers had a standout time of 1:55.1. Other first place finishers were: Amy Arrowsmith, 100 hurdles (17.1); Mindy Schneider, 1,600 (5:20.8); 400 relay (54.2); Shelman, 400 (1:00.8); Kathy Cham- berlin, 800 (2:32.3); 1,600 relay (4:15.6); and Rachel Heiser in the triple jump (31- 4-1/2). ]riday, Issy travels to the Mercer Island Invitational. 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