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May 25, 1983

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Page 6 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, May 25, 1983 __ i i ii Sport Above it all Issaquah High gymnast John Wheeler performs on the rings at state finals last weekend while coach Gene Jensen watches closely. He tied for third on the pommel horse and tied for seventh all around. At Region I competi- tion two weeks ago, Wheeler took first all around and first in horse. The Issaquah team took third in Region 1, and fifth at state. Other students performing well at state were Ben Rhynedance, who placed seventh in floor exercise and Tom Whitlock, who was eighth in horse. This is the last year of boy's gymnastics at Issaquah, who will join several other schools statewide in dropping the sport. Photo by Debbie Brusius. Dodgers shut out Astros The Senior Division Kiwanis Club Dodgers scored 13 runs and shut out the Bellevue Federal Astros in Little League play last week. The Dodgers played seven in- nings of errorless ball, which was the key to their victory. Bubba Greenhalgh and Jason Balsam were defensive stan- douts for the Dodgers. Greenhalgh handled 10 changes at shortstop without an error. Colby Conover went the distance to gain the pitching victory. Conover allowed on- ly three bases on balls while striking out three Astros. The offense was well balanced as 10 Dodgers hit safely in the contest. Jason Balsam had a double and triple in four of- ficial at bats. The Lawson Disposal Rangers nipped the Bellevue Federal Cards by a score of 3 to 2. Jason Shamon was the winning pitcher. The Flag Program Indians also beat the Cards by one run in extra inning. Tim Hughes pitched all eight innings to earn the pitching victory. Ted Hughes drove home Tony Jagow with a sacrifice fly to left field to win the game. I Issaquah Alps hikes 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. May 26 Lakemont Gorge Leader: Mary Cadigan 641-4046 9:30 a.m. Hike through a rain forest, along a stream on the proposed route for Lakemont Boulevard. Boots are recom- men ded. May 28 Clay Pit back door to Anti-Aircraft Ridge 8:30 a.m. Leader: Harvey Manning, 746-1017. Hike past many historic sights along a pleasant trail on Cougar Mt. May 29 Waterworks 12:30 p.m. Leader: Virginia Cuyken- dahl, 746-7280. A new trail system loops back and forth through the Issaquah Watershed. June I Middle Tiger via Logging R.R. grades 9:30 a.m. Leader: George Jackman, 641-2895. A new, improved way to ascend Tiger Mountain. Pool schedule changes Summer lessons will begin at the Issaquah pool on June 20. Registration starts at 9 a.m. on June 6; continues throughout the summer. The new summer swim hours will change also, beginning June 20. Aquarobics will meet on Tuesday and Thursday from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. during the summer. The pool will re- Power lifters head for state Liberty's powerlifting girls took first and boys took second at the Mt. Si Invitational Tournament May 7. Jodee Johnson and Carrie Aliment each took a second; Denise Morehouse and Joanne Wilson took third place; and Liz Helfenstein, Jennifer Honnold and Karen Olson each took a fourth. Jeff Langendoerfer and Kevin Zimmerman took firsts; Jeff Thoennes and Steve Reeser took seconds; Don Gilmore, Kevin Poitra, and Bob Mathison took sixths; and Andy Gray took seventh. The teams Issaquah Little League Standings go to the State Tourney on June 4 at Bellevue High. The Liberty High power lifting team: top row; LIz Lubbers, Ted Shea, next row; Jeff Thoennes, Kevln Reeser, next row; Coach, Steve Harshman, Lon Shook, Carrie AIment, Shawn Gleason, Tim Gruenke, bottom row; Jim Bob Mathlson, Denise Morehouse, Jodee Johnson, Andy Prlmacio, Kevin Poltra. Seniors W L Flag Program Indians 6 1 Athletics Valley Kiwanis Dodgers 4 4 Yankees RotaryPhillies 3 5 EAgles Lawson Disposal Rangers 2 6 Yankees main open the entire year. Scores Please note a correction to Indians 4 FederaICards 3 the schedule that appeared in Federal Giants I I Rangers 7 the Issaquah Parks and Rec- Rangers 3 FederalCards 2 reation Department supple- Dodgers 13 Federal Astros 0 Senior AAA ment of last week's paper: no w L public swim on Saturday Anderson Plumbing Yankees 5 2 evening, lssaquah Press Mariners 5 2 This evening swim should F.O.E. Eagles 4 3 be on Friday 6:30-7:45 p.m. Rolling Log Athletics 2 5 Also, the pool will be closed Scores for the Memorial Day week- Mariners i I S n o - V a I I e y end, May 28-30. Bars 8 15 Federal Oracles 9 18 Eagles 17 14 Federal Orieles 4 13 Mariners 12 Majors W L Astros 6 0 Cascade Moving Cougars 5 3 F.O.E. Eagles 4 3 Lions Club Lions 4 4 Kiwanis Braves 2 6 Seafirst Pirates I 6 Scores Lions 14 Eagles Cougars 12 Braves Astros t0 Cougars Eagles 9 Pirates Coast Issaquah Mortgage Eagles Steel & Sun Cards Quality Press Bobcats Dodgers Triad Recording Angels Fischers Meats Yankees Scores Cards 14 Yankees Eagles' 12 Bobcats Dodgers 13 Angels Bobcats 15 Dodgers 89ers W Thomas, Whittington, Anderson & &Bergan Attorneys Indians 8 0 12 Roadstar Carwash Mets 6 3 10 St. Regis Yankees 4 3 4 Printex Press Pirates 4 4 3 Coast to Coast Bears 2 6 Corky's Arco Giants 0 8 Scores Softball Majorl W L Mets 21 Bears 15 6 I Pirates 18 Giants 8 Wick Home Wildcats 6 2 Indians 6 Mets 3 Rowley Agency Imperials 6 2 Yankees 13 Bears 5 Natural Foods Cougars 2 6 Senior Softball Fasano Orthodontics 1 5 W L Scores 1 6 Zetec Barracudas 7 0 Wildcats "8 Data I/O Angels 3 5 Cougars 36 I I Flag Program Raiders 3 5 Hustlers 12 6 Shephard Ambulance Cougars 13 7 Roadrunners 2 5 Softball 89ers 13 Scores Roadrunners 23 Raiders 17 Bicycle Center Cubs L Angels 16 Raiders 15 Chargers Barracudas 18 Roadrunners 3 Scores Angles 25 Raiders 5 Cubs 33 1 Chargers 37 Ron H. is 40 We are liquidatora o1 stores, manufacturers overstocks, in- surance claims, you name Itl We do not buy from regular aouroel like moat stores -- that's why every week you see different kinds of merchandise. For the best buys end flrat aelectlon, it paye to drop in from time to time' .. Remember, when we are out of an Item, we're out! HUNDREDS OF DIFFERENT ITEMS! BACKPACKS TENTS FISHING GEAR KNIVES WATER SKIS SKI VESTS COMPASSES PEDOMETERS COLEMANCAN( & SCANOES SLEEPING BAGS JACKETS VESTS MT. HOUSE FOOd GARDEN TOOLS CAMP GEAR AND MUCH MOREl Bushnell 10X50 BINOCULAR Model #13-1060 List Price $85.00 OurPrice 5'x7' 2 MAN TENT Complete with poles, stakes & ropes.., ready EZE LAP SHARPENER The EZE LAP Model "S" pocket clip tool has a small flat area with a groove on the SWISS ARMY KNIVES by Victorinox The Tinker s12,35 to go!! back of the shar- ,.,__.,..,  3 cor, scre, 4 can opener with: pener. A boor IS 5 -small scrawdnver S1488 '3 99 sharpened by rubbing 6 cap lifter with: 7 -screwdrwer the point back and 8--wirestrqpper forth in this grove, 9 reamer with the final finishing stokes made into the 13 styles to choose froml point. 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