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Page 6 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, August 24, 1983 Sports Eric Mix sets fi swim records Eric Mix, swimming for Swimming the Issaquah Swim Team, set Flight: 50 yd. five meet records at the Leah Kay Mix, South Snohomish County Trud. Dolphins Invitational meet Boys'results: August 12 and 13. There 8-Under, Gold were 26 teams represented, yd. Fly: 5th, Jay with a total of 367 swimmers. 22.07; 25 yd. Back: Girls' results: Donaldson, 21.46; 8-Under, Gold Flight: 25 Back: 6th, Jay yd Fly: 4th, Leslie Mix, 47.88; 25 yd. Breast: 20.67; 50 yd. Fly: 6th, Leslie Donaldson, 21.45 Mix, 57.10; 25 yd. Back: 3rd, Donaldson, Leslie Mix, 19.36; 50 yd. Breast: 3rd, Jay Back; 4th, Leslie Mix, 45.70; 50.11; 6th, Jeff 25 yd. Free: 3rd, Leslie Mix, 56.99; 100 yd. 15.87; 50 yd. Free: 4th, Leslie Donaldson, 1:43.3 Mix, 37.16; 100 yd. IM: 6th, 8-Under, Blue Leslie Mix, 1:47.04. yd. Fly: 4th, 8-Under, Blue Flight: 25 25.56; 25 yd. Bad yd. Breast: 4th, Valerie Donaldson, 24.5 Phillips, 29.22; 50yd. Breast: Free: 1st, Jeff 6th, Valerie Phillips, 1:05.17. 16.67. 9-10, Gold Flight: 50 yd. 9-10, Gold Breast: 2nd, Cathie Phillips, Fly: 4th, Shane 41.94; 100 yd. Breast: 3rd, 50yd. Free: 5th, Cathie Phillips, 1:33.43. 33.27; 100 yd. 9-10, Blue Flight: 200 yd. Shane Volk, Free: 3rd, Cathie Phillips, I.M.: 3rd, 2:56.95. 3:04.45. 11-12, Gold Flight: 50 yd. 11-12, Gold Flight: Back: 5th, Ali Krastins, Free: 1st, Eric 37.73; 100 yd. Back: 5th, Ali 50 yd. Fly: 1st, Krastins, 1:23.20; 100 yd. 29.35*; 100 yd. Fly: 4th, Jill Norton, Eric Mix, 1:09.5 1:19.96; 100 yd. Free: 6th, Breast: 2nd, Ali Krastins, 1:06.20; 200 yd. 1:15.37; 200 yd. Free: 4th, Ali Krastins, Eric Mix, 2:19.3 2:23.97; 500 yd. Free: 2nd, Free: 1st, Eric Ali Krastins, 6:20.59. 500 yd. Free: 1st, 11-12, Blue Flight: 50 yd. 5:26.85*; 50 yd. Breast: 3rd, Ali Krastins, Eric Mix, 42.95; 100 yd. Breast: 3rd, Breast: 2nd, Ali Krastins, 1:31.63. *Meet Record Zetec women second in Triathletes splash and whizz through Issaquah A good part of the first Bellevue Trlathlon took place in and around the Issaquah area last Slldl/omlpg, Top righL.Jlt,mmers rush out of Lake Sammamlsh after swimming 1.2 miles (the first was out In 10 minutes) and leap for their bicycles; After riding around Lake Sammamish, cyclists whizzed down Front Street (bottom right) and turned on Sunset Way. Bottom left, Dorothy Jackson attempts to get a cup of water to a passing cyclist, but misses. Top left, Issaquah's first finisher, 24-year-old Tim Nelson (second runner) crosses the finish line at Bellevue Square. His time was three hours, 36 minutes. The second finisher from Issaquah was Steve Harrop, 31, who completed the course in three hours, 41 minutes. Third was Bruce Heath, 28, who finished In three hours, 46 minutes. Of the 285 who entered, about 220 athletes finished. 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Therefore, it is important to care for these foods after they are harvested with the same care and concern given when they were growing. Here are a few tips: Because the outer leaves of vegetables contain many of the vitamins, be careful not to trim too closely. Vegetables should be washed and refrigerated. Moat of them should be wrapped or kept in a crisper. Dark green, leafy vegetables lose about one-half of their vitamin C content If kept refrigerated for four or five days, so it is best to use them as soon after picking as possible. Diet Center teaches that eating fruits and vegetables when they are fresh is best, whenever possible. It is also beneficial to prepare them with their skins, thus retaining many nutrients that lie directly under- neath. CALL FOR A FREE CONSULTATION M-F 7 to 1,3:30 to 5:30, Sat. 8 to 10 a.m. 1105 12th N.W. b.quah 392-9559 Zetec, the Issaquah women's slow-pitch baseball team, placed second in the statewide, class C USSSA Slow-Pitch Tournament on July-.3Oand 31. The team was aheid"ii the last game, but lost tile championship in the fifth inning. The score was 7- 4. THE AA TEAM HAS A WHOLE NEW TEAM! THE SEATTLE BREAKE Listen to the greatest hockey act=on in the northwest starting October 1st on KGAA 1460 AM. Four women team were placed star state team in tournament. They Gunderson (shOl Cathy Owen Karen and Jodi Jacques Jacques won Glove award , i!  'i _ ,i ! ,I