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Page 8 - The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, June 15, 1983 i Sports Recreation corner The lssaquah Parks &amp; Recreation Department is taking registration for the following summer programs. For further information call the Park Dept., 392-7131. Aerobic Dancercise Mini-Sessions: Clark Elementary, Community Hall, Pine Lake Jr. High, starting the week of June 20. Aerobics for Kids: Tues. & Thur. mornings, Community Hall for 9-12 year aids, starting June 21. Liberty Patriot Basketball Camp: Boys & Girls grades 4-11, June 20-24. CPR Classes: June 22 and July 14, 15 and older. Children's Wilderness Day Camps: for boys & girls 4-15 years old. Session 1 starts June 20. Country Western Dance Night: Friday, July 8, lssaquah Community Hall. Ballroom Dance Night: Friday, July 29, lssaquah Com- munity Hall. Explore the High Cascades on Horseback: August 13 & 14. Fashion & Beauty Workshop for Teens: Wednesdays, start- ing June 29, 1 !-17 year aids. Lions Jr. Football: Starts August 15, for boys 9-13 years old. Sign up now! High Country Youth Camp: For boys & girls 9-16 years old, Session 1 - July 12, 13, 14. Horseshoe Tournament: July 4, 16 & older, Memorial Park. Playground Sports & Games: for grades 1-6, Briarwood Elementary, Mountainaire Park., 'Sunny Hills Elementary, Sunset Elementary, starts the week of June 27. Tennis Lessons: Issaquah High School and Pine Lake Park, for 10 years and older, Session 1 starts June 29. Tennis Tournament: lssaquah High School, August 6 & 17 for 17 years & older. Youth T-Ball: Boys & Girls grades K-2, Mondays & Wednesdays, Memorial Park, starts June 27. Children & Running: Boys & girls grades K-2, Tuesday mornings, lssaquah High School, starting June 21. Summer Track for Youth: Boys & Girls grades 3-6, lssa- quah High School, Tuesdays & Thursdays, starting June 28. Community Theatre Classes: Call 392-1942 for further information. Issaquah Alps Trails Club Hiking: Call Larry Vinter, 392- 5775, or Jan Micai, 747-1457. Check Alps Hike Guide in the lssaquah Press for specific hikes. Glider relay clips seconds off record On Saturday, June 11, the Junior Olympic Preliminary meet was held at Bellevue High School. The lssaquah Gliders 13-14 girls 4X800 meter relay team raced to a possible new national record in 9:58.2, clipping almost four seconds off the old record of 10:02. Members of the relay team are Kelley Smith, Stacey Liebsack, Terri Lyn Folk- man, and Vanessa Stone. The record was disallowed because the track had no in- side curb and the time not recorded by three separate watches. The girls will try to improve their time at a meet at Mercer Island next week, and again try for the record at Husky Stadium during the Junior Olympic Finals on June 25. The Husky stadium has an inside curb and the timing will be fully automated. All the members of the team are outstanding per- formers in distance events. On June 9, both Smith and Liebsack broke the 800 meter record at the Junior High Finals at Sammamish High School. Smith was the winner with a time of 2:16 and Lieb- sack was second in 2:20.6. That record had stood for three years. Smith also set a new record in the 400 meters at 59.1. Liebsack and Folkman were members of the record- breaking mile relay team at the Junior High meet. Folk- man also won the mile at the same meet in a time of 5:21. Liebsack won the 800 meter at the Junior Olympics in a time of 2:24, and Folk- man won the 1500 meter in the same age group in a time of 4:57. Stone was the winner in the recent Nordstrom Kids Run 5 K race among the 14-U girls. She also won the mile in the Northshore Junior High Finals, setting a new varsity record as a seventh-grader. Pine Lake opens for summer Pine Lake County Park will be open and staffed with lifeguards starting Saturday June 18, through Sunday, August 28, from noon to seven p.m. Swimming lessons for children and adults are offered by the King County Parks and Recreation Divi- sion. BIGO PLUS * POLYESTER BODY * 2 STEEL BELTS ,o,-.,=,,, SMOOTH RIDE RADIAL HANDLING AND TRACTION MOUNTED FREE WITH EXCHANGE TIRE OOUBLE STEEL BELTED REGARDLESS OF CONDTI(N R/S PLUS 28335R P 155/80R 13 P165/80R13 P 185/80R 13 P185/75R14 P 195/75R 14 P205/75 R 14 P215/75R14 P225/75R14 P215/75R 15 P225/75R 15 P235/75R 15 $52.73 53.78 55.90 56.98 59.83 64.62 86.76 69.67 68.69 70.99 76.85 $1.50 1.64 1.90 2.00 2.13 2.34 2.49 2.67 2.59 2.74 2.96 Import Metric Radial FEATURES: Dual steel-belted Rayon body plies Smaller metric size coerage I)crftmancc tread design Popular 70 and 80 seric -izcs TIGAR 20326R PRICE F.E.T. 175SR14 43.75 1.92 155SR12 $34.89 $1.25 185SR14 47.16 2.08 145SR13 34.91 1.35 165SR15 43.29 1.61 155SR13 35.29 1.42 165/70SR13 41.04 1.58 165SR13 38.83 1.84 175/70SR13 42.39 1.72 1755R13 41.67 1.66 185/70SR13 48.47 1.91 165SR13 45.19 1.93 185/70SR14 47.77 2.11 1.72 195/70SR14 50.65 2.15 22 .... N[00Goodrich B RA K E ALL TERRAIN RADIAL R E PAl R BEST STEEL RADIAL Includes new lining on PICKUP, R.V., 4 wheels, drums led, check all wheel CAMPER SPECIAL inders, repack front .0.,o0 ro0ac00 t grease seals, bleed 0/lldl o,.' kke system and refill J I + 3.35 h new brake fluid. F.E.T. s99 s 60 N.W. Gilman BIvd ssaquah 392-3831 Gliders runners Kelley Smith, Terri Lyn Folkman, Stacey Llebsack and Vanessa Stone. Brent Roberts pitches one-hitter by Larry Gillard The Little League Major Division Astros defeated the Kiwanis Braves 15 to 0 on the strength of Brent Robert's pitching performance. Roberts struck out 17 Braves out of a possible 18 and gave up only one hit. The pitching catching combination of Roberts and Jimmy Hielgeist mixed up fast balls, change ups and a drop ball to keep the Braves off stride. The Astral also had a balanced offense. Curt Cot- ton, Mike Erickson and Chris Jenkins set the tone by blasting home runs in the first inning. Dwayne Hind- man also had a home run for the Astral. The Astral have a 12 win and one loss record which assures them first place in the Major Division. In the Senior Division, the Flag Program Indians locked up first place by defeating the Bellevue Federal Giants by a score of 8 to 2. Todd Meek was the winning pitcher giv- ing up only one run, one base on balls and 3 hits in four in- nings of work. Jeff Hover picked up a save, allowing only one unearned run, one walk and 2 hits in three inn- ings. Excellent key to the victor ing their first run in inning, the bases with no outS, ground balls to at third base with the at home by Ted a ground to the the Giants Hughes had two two RBI's in plate. Paul Meek and Ted had one hit in two. Meek's hit was which accounted runs batted in. who also went one had three stolen In the second week, the Lawson Rangers beat the In to 14. The game was the running and better the Rangers. K was the winning ler helped his own scoring four runs walks, two ble. Joe Hall had in three trips to while Mark Pasin four RBI's on a single. Matt Hei)g had four RBI's and a Issaquah Little League Standings Seniors Flag Program Indians Kiwanis Dodgers Rotary Club Phillies Lawson Disposal Rangers Scores Indians Dodgers Rangers Phillies Rangers Indians Senior AAA W L W L II 2 lssaquah Press Mariners 9 3 6 7 Anderson Plumbing Yankees 8 4 F.O.E. Eagles 4 8 6 8 4 "9 Rolling Log Athletics 3 l0 Scores 8 Federal Giants 2 7 Federal Cards 5 19 Phillies 17 20 Dodgers 5 15 Indians 14 13 Federal Astral 0 Yankees 10 Federal Orieles 4 Federal Dodgers I 1 Mariners 8 Mariners 15 Eagles 12 Coast W L Quality Press Bobcats II 2  1983 Aerobic Donong In U.pick Strawberries 40 c ,b lli00 U-Pick 00Up"00Raspberries /pr U-Pick Peas : ; k;dRMd; eas 392-5692 222-5101 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Containers provided. Take exit 22 off 1-90. Come to our office in Fall City -- We'll direct you to our fields. -- ii I [ lssaquah Mortgage Eagles 9 2 Corky's Area Giants Steel& Sun Cards 9 3 Scores Fischers Meats Yankees 3 8 Bears 19 Pirates Dodgers 2 I I MetE 23 Giants Traid Recording Angels 1 9 Indians 19 Pirates Scores Yankees 16 Giants Eagles 10 Dodgers 7 Yankees 6 MetE Cards 22 Dodgers 11 Majors Bobcats 15 Angels 11 89ers Final Astral W L Cascade Moving Cougars Thomas, Whittington, Anderson Kiwanis Braves & Bergan Attorneys Indians 12 1 Lions Club Lions St. Regis Yankees 9 4 F.O.E. Eagles Roadstar Carwash Mete 7 6 Seafirst Pirates Printex Press Pirates 6 7 ' Scores Coast to Coast Bears 4 9 Pirates 10 Lions IN ISSAQUAH Since 1910 I00ZS;tt00I00'S MEAT00 Seafood * Poultry Choice Locker Beef GIVE DAD A TREAT! SPENCER STEAKS ................... s59a ,0 s89s PRAWNS,,.00o000ooo0, .................. 0 FRESH FILLET OF SOLE ......... s279 0 WHOLE CHICKENS ................... 89 LEAN GROUND BEEF HAMBURGER PATTIES 60 Patties, 151b. 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