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Page 8 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, May 11, 1983 Sports Centurions soccer team readies for European tour The Issaquah/Bellevue Centurions Soccer Team has accepted a series of invita- tions to play soccer this sum- mer in West Germany, Den- mark and Sweden. The team leaves June 23 for the 3g2- week tour. The Centurions, a select team, plays in the Washing- ton State Soccer Associa- tion's Premier Division, and is comprised of boys between the ages of 17 and 19 from Issaquah, Bellevue and Red- mond. First stop on the tour will be a 12-day visit to West Ger- many. The team will stay with families of boys from Osterode, a resort town in the Harz Mountains in the northern part of Germany. Last summer, the osterode team spent two weeks in the Seattle area, staying with the Centurions and with other soccer teams in Seattle and Poulsbo. During the stay with the Osterode team, the Cen- turions will visit Berlin and will train at the German Na- tional Soccer Team' hPd- quarters. The Centurions also will participate in various tournaments and games with their German hosts in Osterode and sur- rounding cities and towns. Next on the agenda will be a train and ferry trip to Den- mark, where the team will stay with the eve Birkholm family in Odense. The team also will play soccer games in the area. The Centurions then go to Gothenberg, Sweden where they will participate with over 8,000 other soccer players from 25 counrrie ;" the Gothia Cup, a famous international soccer tourna- ment. The team will spend a week in Gothenberg and will stay in a university along with players from other nations. The team is coached by Kyle Gaffney of Bellevue. Jerry Koukal of Issaquah is team manager. Members of the team from Issaquah are Mike Bell, Brad Dillon, Kristian Koukal and Karl Meyer. Spaghetti dinner, soccer registration The Issaquah Soccer Cub will host a fund-rais- ing spaghetti dinner to help finance the Cen- turion's trip to Europe. It will be held May 21 at King County Fire District 10, station 1 from noon to 7p.m. The club will also hold soccer registration May 21 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and May 25 from 6 to 9 p.m. at Issaquah Valley Elementary. The Centurions soccer team: standing from left: Jerry Koukal, team manager, John Darnell, Mike Bell, Doug Kreuger, Kristian Koukal, Brad Dillon, Kevln Hollenbeck, Peter Nixdorff and Kyle Gaffney, team coach. Kneeling: Tom Glister, Jurg Bonnofsky, Bryan Harper, Karl Meyer, lain Ferguson, Sam Maccarrone, Waymon Whiting and Andrew Bonnofsky. Issaquah Little League Standings Senior Softball W L Seniors Fischers Meats Yankees 1 3 Zetec Barracudas 3 0 W L Eagles 16 Athlethics 9 Dodgers 0 4 Flag Program Raiders 2 l Flag Program Indians 2 I Mariners 15 Yankees 13 Scores Shephard Ambulance Valley Kiwanis Dodgers 3 2 Majors Angels 20 Dodgers 19 Roadrunners 1 3 Rotary Phillies 2 2 W L Bobcats l0 Eagles 9 Data I/O Angels I 3 Lawson Disposal Rangers 0 4 Astros 3 0 Eagles 19 Angels 8 Scores Scores Lions Club Lions 3 I Cards 18 Yankees 17 Raiders l0 Angels 8 Federal Cards 1 Dodgers 0 F.O.E. Eagles 2 1 89ers Roadrunners 14 Angels 5 Federal Giants 7 Phillies 5 Cascade Moving Cougars 2 I W L Barracudas 19 Angels 11 Dodgers 4 Federal Astros 2 Seafirst Pirates 0 3 Thomas, Whittington, Andrews Softball Majors Federal Cards 8 Rangers 1 Kiwanis Braves 0 4 & Bergen Attorneys Indians 5 0 W L Senior AAA Scores Roadstar Carwash Mets 4 1 Wick Home Wildcats 2 1 W L Eagles 18 Cougars 16 Printex Press Pirates 1 2 Rowley Agency Imperials 2 1 lssaquah Press Mariners 3 I Astros 20 Pirates 4 St. Regis Yankees 1 3 Fasano Orthodontics Hustlers 1 I F.O.E. Eagles 3 I Lions 23 Braves 2 Coast to Coast Bears I 3 Natural Foods Cougars 0 2 Anderson Plumbing Yankees 2 2 Coast Corky's Arco Giants 0 3 Scores Rolling Log Athletics 1 3 W L Scores Hustlers 5 Imperials 4 Scores Steel& Sun Photo Cards 4 0 Mets 20 Yankees 18 Wildcats 11 Cougars 7 Mariners 14 Federal Giants 5 Quality Press Bobcats 3 I Indians 18 Bears 8 Softball 89ers Yankees 21 Sno-Valley Issaquah Mortgage Eagles 2 1 Mats 13 Giants 5 W L Bears 4 Triad Recording Angels i 2 Indians 11 Yankees 8 2 1 1 2 Scores Downtown Issaquah 392-6923 The two new coal-fired generating plants that Puget Power, with other utilities, is building in Montana will soon be supplying power. One is scheduled to go on line next year; the other in 1985. They'll both be finished on time. And within budget. F A not-so-small victory in our battle against rising energy costs. Sammamish hydro races 00eatut'q00. l acal drivers Sunday, May 15 will be the date for the Seattle Inboard Racing Association's annual Jim Spinner Memorial Regatta on Lake Samma- mish. The race starts at noon at Alexander's Beach, the se- cond of four races to be held there this year. Issaquah's Steve Whitten- dale will pilot Bob Sim's "Taco Time Ill" a 145 C.I. class hydro. Whittendale, a '79 Issaquah High graduate, has won the last four racing heats in a row. Another local boat, the Meeting the challenge of change. Bicycle Center Cubs Chargers Kirkland Daiseys 25 Chargers 24 Cubs 25 Kirkland Roses 2 I Cubs 26 Chargers 20 I Indians q Rich Hallstrom iii Softball The Indians closed out the season with two losses against Redmond 1-0 and Lake Washington 8-1. Coach Wood is optimistic about next year because of return- ing players like Corie Gosnell and Michelle Landdeck. Girl's soccer The Indians upped their record to 5-3-1 with a 2-1 vic- tory over Bothell and a 2-2 tie against defending Kingco champion Bellevue. Kati IIIII I ...... Fa.n "," % L-51 COFFEE SHOP, r,. , DINING ROOM & LOUNGE Sign up for Fasano s . / GOLF 'I[ OURNAMEN T T SUNDA Y, JUNE 12th  ///j Tee-off 11:00 at Carnation /, ? Men & Women, all skill levels!  Pre.tourney gourmet breakfast  , " PRIZES - TROPHIES - SIGN UP NOWI Open For Breakfast 7 A.M. Monday-Friday ,,,., ,,,o Slg, BREAKFAST SPECIAL: 7-9 A.M. gFon -- -- FRIDAY, MAY 13th, :SVp.m. Millions Have Quii00,' STOP SMOKING A Proven 5 Day Plan Free as a Community Service May 15-19 7.9 p.m. Issaquah Seventh.Day Adventist Church 425 E. Sunset Way Issaqual i, WA. For more information call 392-4256 I I I "Goldstreak," driven by regional and Terry Troxell, should be one pion in the 1200 of the frontrunners in the 280 region champion C.I. class, cc class. He The chairman for Sun- Rookie of the day's regatta will be Issa- the Gerry Bangs quah's Nate Brown, who was Driver of the Yeart inducted into the American Powerboat Association's He has sold Hall of Fame in Florida last perspace" and month. It is the highest his new boat, "} honor a race boat driver can lI" out by the receive, mamish races Brown, a '77 graduate of and October. Issaquah High, broke two Issaquah High ' national records and a world group Shamen will course speed record in the parking and crowd! course of his career. He is the race. I Kenyon, Lucy Matzner, and Kristin Mantei all had goals for the Indians this week. Track The Indians came up with a great team effort as the girls placed second with 101 and the boys third with 61 at the Mercer Island Invitation- al. Keli Conely provided the most exciting moment for the Indians, as she turned out to be the winning margin, a 1600 meter relay victory for the Indians. She really opened it up be- cause everyone else had to run with someone as fast as they were," said Terry Kirk- patrick. Other Winners at Mercer Island: 1600- Tom Bohan- non 4:17.2; 400 -- Kevin Hayles 50.7; 3200 -- Lieschen Hansen I1:49.2; 1600 -- Lieschen Hansen 5:13.8; 800 -- Connie Jones 2:21.9, 1600 relay 4:11.4: High Jump Mary Moore 5-8; Shot Put Laura Lavine 36-I0 Discus, Laura Lavine 129. Eating discussed Valley The Psychiatry Valley General conjunction Health Mana Washington, a special eating treme dieting loss) and bulinat, pulsive eating gain). It will be held day, May 5, from in the Dining Room at Valley Hospital, 400 Sou thl Renton. This will be educational public free of vance registratior mended and calling 228-3450, 5677. GARDEN PLANTING Tomatoes Peppers ,Squash EggpLant : .... 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