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Page 8 - The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, June 29, 1983 iii Sports GlJder relay team ig00,eaks national record The Issaquah Gliders 13-14 girls 4 X 800 meter relay team broke the national record Saturday at Husky stadium during the Junior Olympic Association Championships Their time of 9:50 was 12 seconds better than the na- tional mark of 10:02, and more than 16 seconds better than the Pacific Northwest Association record, set in 1982. Members of the relay team were Kelley Smith, Stacey Liebsack, Terri Lyn Foikman, Vanessa Stone. The team hopes to go onto Region XII Championships on July 14. Other Gliders earning awards were Laura Fulton, first in 100 meter, in 15.4, and fourth in 200 meter, in a time of 31.9. Laura was also a member of the 10-U girls 4 X 100 relay, which took fourth. Other members of that relay were Christine Liebsack, Deena Elzey, and Kate Christensen. Deena also was fifth in the 400 meter in a time of 1:11 and sixth in the 800 meter, with a time of 2:58. Laura Fulton took fifth in the 100 meter in 16.3. Among the 10-U boys, Ryan Dittmar was third in the 200 meter, in 31.2, and fifth in the 100 meter, in a time of 15.2. He was also fourth in the long jump, with a jump of 12 feet V2 inch. Among 11-12 girls, Terasa Downey earned a third in discus. Heather Graves was second in the 50 meter hurdles in 10.5, and earned third place in the Pentathlon on Sunday with 1396 points. Julie Folkman placed second in the 800 meter with a time of 2:37, and was a member of the 4X400 relay that took fourth in a time of 5:04. Other members of that relay were Deanna Armstrong, Leslie Smith, and Jodi Shel- man. Smith also took a fifth in the 3000 with a time of 12:29. Jennifer Stone took a third in the 3000 in a time of ...... . For 11-12 boys, Sal DeSalvo took fourth in the 800 meter with a time of 2:28. The 13-14 girls 4 X 400 relay team took a strong se- cond in a time of 4:13. Members of that relay team were Amy Berry, Kelley Smith, Stacey Liebsack, and Terri Lyn Folkman. Folk- man also took third in the 1500 with a time of 5:08.8. Smith was first in the 1500 meters with a time of 4:56.7. Berry also took fifth in the 80 meter hurdles in a time of 14.0 seconds. Vanessa Stone took a third in the 3000 meter, in 11:30 minutes. Cathy Schmidt was fifth in javelin with a throw of 72 feet. Jennifer Willson was third in high jump with a jump of 147 centimeters. Among the 13-14 boys tak- ing home awards was Brent Wendle, second in the 3000 meters, in 10:01.3, and a sixth in the 1500 meter in 4:44 min. Adam Shopshire had three seconds, the 100 meter hurdle, the 200 meter hurdles, in 28.2 see., and in the triple jump with a jump of 37 feet 3 inches. Michelle Stapleton took third in the 100 meter in 13.04 seconds. Doree Arm- strong took sixth in the 800 meter in a time of 2:33.58. And Heidi Wendle took a fourth in the 800 meters in a time of 2:25.27. The 15-16 boys 4X800 relay team took second with a time of 9:13.16. The boys 4 X 100 relay took fourth. Members of that team were Jay Willson, Jason Stanley, Greg Treharene, and Mike Bean. Tim Clarke took third in the 5000 meter race with a time of 17:16. David Lavine was fourth in javelin, 41 meters 69 centimeters, and first in shot with a put of 14 meters 32 centimeters. Laura Lavine took second in the 17-18 girls shot with a put of 12 meters 20 centi- meters, and a third in javelin with a throw of 32.75 meters. PJne Lake Baseball ends season with upsets by Mike Dykeman The Pine Lake Baseball League concluded the 1983 season with upsets in both di- visions for the playoff cham- pionships. In a game featuring superb fielding by both teams, the Twins defeated the previous- ly unbeaten Mets 7-4 in the junior division. The Twins, coached by Jim Barker and Cathy Trost, mounted a 13- hit attack to back strong pitching performances by Kenny Rosenow and Mark McHugh. Justin Trost, Garret Grothen and Rosenow all had perfect days at the plate, while Mark Andreson, Mike Keiser and Grothen each had timely hits to drive in two runs apiece. Charley Hawley and Geoffrey Vanderhyde provided most of the offen- sive thrust for the Mets. In the senior league, the Giants swept the playoffs with an 11-4 win over the regular season champion In- dians. Great fielding plays by Doug Boeschan and Brian Pittman backed the out- standing pitching per- formances of Derek Birdsall and Tom Hawley for the Giants. Mike Cutler, Mike Vanderhyde, Tyler Dion and Mark Hanken all played well for the Indians. Other players for the Giants, coached by Mike Dykeman, are Scott Schaef- fer, Jason Paul, David Schneider, Sean Owens, John Benson, Stephen Duf- fy, Shattuck Barnes, Chris White and Ross Zimmerman. Players for Coach Dave Dion's Indians also included Brad Mickelson, Bryan Full- er, Justin Scott, Chris Mor- gan, Corey Waschell, Greg Olsen, Joe Hemion, Damon Jones and Todd Wicks. Pine Lake Baseball Final Standings Junior League Mets 16 0 Twins 12 3 1 "A"s 8 8 Orioles 7 8 Good Selection of Begonias & Fuchsia Trees The biggest selection in the N.W. Rental Fuchsia Trees for Parties ElllRIKgS FUCHSIAS & BEGONIAS 7303 Renton-lesaquah Rd. 392-6779 Pilgrim Lutheran School Preschool -- 6th Grade ENROLL NOW -- 454-1162 '. f I ....  '" ...... 1030 1O4th Ave. S.E. Bellevue, WA 98004 Pirates 5 10 1 Brewers 5 10 ! Dodgers 3 12, Senior League Indians 10 3 Yankees 9 4 Giants 4 9 Reds 3 10 Tennis tournament coming up, The Issaquah Parks and Recreation Department is sponsoring its 1 lth Annual Issaquah Tennis Classic August 6 and 7 at Issaquah High School. The'event is for persons 17 years and older. Entries include.mens and womens singles,, mens and ,: womens doublesand mixed doubles. Entries close July 27. For further information call 392-7131. Parks ...... Adult : ....... at ms0"'anJ'n " Women's League ..... Division I : .................. Zetec ...... ::: Issaquah Honda ........................... Gaslamp Tavern Fall Oty Services , Issaquah Merchants Men's League .....  Big 9 League Blue Sox Darigold 1 Gaslamp Tavern Lakeside/Escon SuperMarket Services Ruby's Arco Fischer Meats One Way Plumbing Rainiers Women's League Division 11 Green Sfi'eaks Foothills Restaurant Fearsome Foursome Rolling Log Tavern Men's League Mountain Division Mud pack So the guy's rubbing mud in your hair. Don't think of it as harrassment, bunky -- think of it as therageutlc massage. The kids playing at Vasa Park last Sunday probably took a quick 8wt aftlrth) lakeside dam-building project was completed. Photo by Debbie Bruslus. Joint Ventures Lawson Disposal P Liberty Lanes Sandstone Twn & Ctry Rolling Log Tavern Pace Invaders Air Van Greenwood Funes & Calve Gaslamp Tavern It Data I/O Darigold !1 Evergreen Mobile Issaquah Glass South Cove Deernad Construction Jay Berry's drops three Jay Berry's season record dropped to 5-8 last week. They lost 15-6 last Tuesday to the league-leading Federal Way Raiders, who outhit the Issaquah team 14-9. Leading the hit parade for Jay Berry's was Stan Crosby at 2 for 3, while both Erick Martinez and Bob Porter went 2 forA. On Thursday Jay Berry's lost 8-2 to the Federal Way Mavericks. Leading the Issa- quah hitting attack was Jeff See at 2 for 2 and Eric Marti- nez at 2 for 4, accounting for four of Issaquah's six hits. On Sunday, Issaquah traveled to Ballard for a dou- ble header against North- west. The Issaquah team sleepwalked through the first game and lost 11 to 8. 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