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"4 THE ISSAQUAH PRESS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26, 2009 * C3 Lake mmam|$dl Trl dllon swim, a 14.5-mile bicycle ride and Smith finished the race in 16 at Tualatin High School in Ore- division in 19:20.2. Class AA Trenton, also had two I gistll don is closed a 3.5-mile run. minutes, 49.4. seconds. He was gon. hits Aug. 14, when the Yankees The transition area opens at second in his 50-54 age group. Registration is $30 for those Kinnear 11th at Speedo defeated Durham 9-5. There is some good news and 5:30 a.m. Chelsea Orr, of Sammamish, was who preregister by Aug. 26 and bad news for anyone planning to Bikers must wear helmets and second overall for women runners $35 after that, including walk- Katie Kinnear, an Eastlake High I quah grad tosses attend the Aug. 29 Lake Sam- no headsets are allowed on the be- in 20:02.5. ons, according to a press re- School student who competes for conlpl o game mamish Triathion. cycles. There will be a pre-event Lyn Baker, of Issaquah, was first lease, the Issaquah Swim Team, finished If you are a triathlete and meeting for triathletes at 6:34 in the women's 45-59 division in A $5-per-player discount isllth in the B final of the 100-me- Issaquah High School graduate haven't registered for the event, a.m. 24:06.4. available to teams of seven or ter butterfly Aug. 12 at the Speedo Lindsay Gulin, a pitcher for the you are too late. The Lake Sam- The categories include the stan- more, but registrations must be Junior National Championships at Class AAA Nashville Sounds, mamish Triathlon has reached ca- dard age groups, Clydesdale, Skylille nsol turned in together for it to apply, the King County Aquatic Center in tossed a seven-inning complete pacity and will not have day-of- Athena, relay and junior age ghtS soccer lolp Participating players are asked Federal Way. game Aug. 7, when he beat Col- race registration, group. Awards will be given out to bring a soccer ball, shin guards, The national meet was Aug. 10- orado Springs 5-2. The event does have a wait list once a majority of the participants The Skyline High School girls soccer shoes, sunscreen and water. 14. on the Web site www.BuDuRac- have completed the race, usually soccer team is holding a half-day Learn more or register by e- Kiunear also competed in the Skyline Gids Select host bas- ing.com, between 9-9:30 a.m. soccer camp for girls ages 6-13 mailing gingerfutbal@hotmail.com. 100 backstroke, 200 individual k dlall tryouts Sept. 13-15 The Lake Sammamish A portion of the registration fees Aug. 31. medley and 50 freestyle, but failed Triathlon, which is growing in support the American Diabetes As- The camp will be at the Skyline I quah racer comes in Ii1 to qualify for any finals. On Sept 13-15, the Skyline Girls popularity each year, caps the sociation. High School soccer fields, 1122 Select Basketball program will triathlon scene in the local area. 228th Ave. S.C., and will run from William Ginthner, of Issaquah, Fonll Eagle is a hit hold tryouts for its fifth-, sixth-, However, many triathletes use the liberty coach finishes 1-4 p.m. took first in the kids 14-15 division seventh- and eighth-grade teams event to tune up for upcoming sixth in 5K Team members and coaches ofat the Sammamish Splash Kids Tri Former Issaquah High Schoolfor the 2009-2010 season. races in other parts of the nation the 2008 state-champion Lady Aug. 22 at Lake Sammamish State baseball star Colin Curtis, an out- Tryouts are open to all girls living and Canada. Liberty High School cross coun- Spartan team will coach youths Park. fielder for the Class AAA Scran- in the Skyline High School atten- The sprint race is held at Lake try coach Michael Smith finished in basic soccer mechanics. The Gintlmer finished the course in ton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees, had dance area. Open gyms and pre- Sammamish State Park and the sixth overall in the 5K race at camp is an effort to raise funds 18 minutes, 35.4 seconds, two hits Aug. 8, when his team tryout clinics run through Sept. 10. first wave hits the water at 7 a.m. Railroad Days Aug. 22 in Sno- for the team's participation in Emily Winterstein, of Is- lost to Lehigh Valley 4-3. Learn more at www.Skyline The event features a 400-meter qualmie, the soccer showcase tournament saquah, was first in the 11-13 Curtis, who began the season at SelectHoops. corn: Hula Studio 7th grade - adult Classes In ledmcluah! Now enrolling for '09:10 term (206) 818-5837 !(-12 12 yrs exp. In-Home Tutoring Emphasis on Math & All Subjects 425-837-9077 www.lut0ringwilhsuzanne.c0m iiiii www.osl, reschool.org Excellence In Dance Jbr Ages 3 and Up Classes begin Sept. 14th! 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