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Page 6 - The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, September 28, 1983 Sports Patriots Jerry Hollingsworth Liberty in 14-13 win The Liberty football team defeated Peninsula 14-13 on September 23. Jeff Crawford blocked a Peninsula extra point kick with 50 seconds left in the game to preserve Liberty's one-point ad- vantage. Liberty put the first points on the board in the second quarter. Crawford dove one yard into the endzone for the touchdown and Cris Col- eman kicked the extra point. p,,.. Peninsula scored its first touchdown in the second quarter on a 22-yard run. The extra point kick was good. Liberty scored on the Peninsula kickoff, as Jim Beirne returned the ball 97 yards for the touchdown. Liberty's Jim Belrne, the team's leading rusher takes a break during the game against Peninsula. Hopefully, Morn was watching. Photo by Debble Bruslus. Quarterbacks were Chris Wilson who passed three times with 1 completion for 17 yards and Jeff Thomas with eight passes, three com- pletions for 25 yards. Beirne was Liberty's lead- ing rusher with 11 carries for 80 yards. Tim Gruenke made nine tackles. Missed extra point gives Issy a 7-6 loss Issaquah was not able to get things moving, made a costly mistake to give Ingle- moor a 7-6 victory Friday, September 23. Issaquah's offense, averaging 292 yards per game, was limited to 160 yards against Inglemoor. Kirk Kriskovich connected six of 18 passes for 48 yards and had three interceptions. Issaquah shut down Ingle- moor's running game but Inglemoor managed to get 93 yards in passing. Turnovers gave each team its touchdowns. Inglemoor got its chance on an Issaquah fumble. Kriskovich went to pass the ball but it was knocked out and picked up by lnglemoor. lssaquah was called for pass interference and that gave the Vikings a first down on the 16 yard line. Inglemoor gain- ed another first down and went in after two plays. The extra point was good. lssaquah got its chance on THE Indians a pass interception by Scan Nelson who returned it for 48 yards to the 20 yard line. Two plays later Kriskovich ran up I I yards for the touchdown. Issaquah made its big mis- take on the extra point at- tempt. Kriskovich hit the ex- tra point but the Indians were called for illegal procedures and had to do it over. On the second attempt Kriskovich was wide to the left. DE CO. ANN-UAL DEMO SALE Big Price Discounts Quality Handmade Canoes Wood & Fiberglass ONLY 3 AVAILABLE 392-8075 310 Rainier Blvd. W., Issaquah (Front St. at R.R. Crossing. Across from Rainier Bank,) SII,I K TH E ISLAN D ERS! Downtown Isaac uah 392-6923 Don't Miss This BIG GAME00 ISSAQUAH If,I DIANS VS. MERCER ISLAND ISLANDERS FRIDAY NIGHT, SEPT. 3007:30 P.M ISSAQUAH HIGH SCHO STADlUiVl ROLLIN' LOG TAVERN 50 E. Sunset Way Issaquah, 392-2964 LEWIS TRUE-VALUE HARDWARE 95 Front St. N. 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Issaquah, 392-6463 GASLAMP TAVERN 1295 N.W. Mall Issaquah, 392-4547 ISSAQUAH FLORAL & GIFT SHOPPE 94 Front St. N. Issaquah, 392-7566 HITCHMAN TRAILERS 1470 19th Ave. N.W. Issaquah, 392-1205 c,,,% BILL'S CHEVRON 25 N.W. Gilman Blvd. Issaquah, 392-3020 DIET CENTER 110512th Ave. N.W. Issaquah, 392-9559 LEO'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE 901/2 N.W. Gilman Blvd. Issaquah, 392-3600 FLINTOFT'S ISSAQUAH FUNERAL HOME 540 E. Sunset Way Issaquah, 392-6444 SPACE FOR THIS AD PROVIDED BY THE SPONSORS LISTED ABOVE Swimming Ttle girl's swim team swamped Woodinville Sep- tember 20 in its first meet of the season 118 to 58. The 400 medley relay team of Kristin and Laurie Montreuil, Tessie Grimmet and Gretchen Fish qualified for the state meet, to be held in November. Their time was 1:57.5 Julia Morgan finished first in the 200 free and Fish was first in both the 100 back and 100 fly. The girls also won in a meet against Bellevue 102-70 on September 22. Laurie Montreuil qualified for state in the 200 free with a time of 2:03.0. Her sister Kristin qualified for state in the 500 free with a time of 5.27.6. Grimmet qualified with a time of 1:11.5 in the 100 breast. In diving, Tammy Elwood received her best score ever, placing second in the event. Coach Jerry Johnston ex- )ects the girls to do well in i i , ,-,>/ the state meet this year. gave an overall outstanding Tennis Grimmet placed second in play againstRenton. Issaquah's girl's state in the 100 brbast when Issaquah's junior varsity team dropped to a she was a freshman. Kristin lost to Renton, but came pointing 0-4 overall Montreuil was third in the back to beat Bothell 15-13, after last week's 100 back and Laurie was 11th 15-11. Sophomore Lisa Bent- team lost to in the 500 free. The teams ley contributed greatly to the September22. 400 free relay team was sixth 'teams victory, and looks like However, there was in the state meet. she should have a good sea- good news at -- LeslieFlctcher son. Thursday. Junior Volleyball --KellyMagher Hauff, number four player, got the teats Friday, September 23, Is- Cross country match-win of theseasn saquah's varsity gave an out- The girls defeated Red- a6-3, 6-3 victory. standing appearance against mond 19-40 and Interlake 17- Earlier in the Bothell by winning 15-13, t5- I1. Senior, Cindy Carzoli led 46 September 23. Issaquah dians were shut girls took thetop three spots. Bothell 7-0. In the scoring with nine spike kills with the assistance of Girls finishers: 1. Kelly against the Cougars, t junior Kallie Gunderson's Smith, 18:57; 2. Lieschen Issy player to come nine service aces. Issaquah Hansen, 18.58; 3. Karen winning a match gave an outstanding effort Tuvey, 20:34; 7. Joanna man Theresa Olels, against Bothell by leading the Grunig, 20.52; 8. Connie three singles player. score to 11-0 in the first Jones, 20:54; 10. Kelly Mull- byascoreof 6-4 game, then Bothell came er, 21:50. gan. In both meetS, back and scored, but Issy The boys' experience fac- Kathleen Hunter, held tight to win the match, tor was their downfall as they two singles player, On September 21, Issa- were defeated by Interlake doubles teams were quahlost to Renton, thestate 17-49 and Redmond 15-48. twosets. champs, in a non-league game. Senior Shelly Shaw -- Rich Hallstrom -- Rich Van i Fasano's COFFEE SHOP, DINING ROOM & LOUNGE LIVE MUSIC & DANCING] featuring the country-western sounds of DAN CARTER THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY 8 P.M. IN THE LOUNGE Come celebrate SALMON DAYS with us! THERE'S STILL TIME TO "CATCH" Billy Bales' low summer rates for your carpet & upholstery needs. 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