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Page 8 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, October 5, 1983 Sport Issy comes I: to smoke Mercer Island lssaquah looked like it was going to lose to Mercer Island Friday with 16-0 in the first half. Then they came running through the cheer- leaders sign saying, "Smoke the Islanders" and did just that in the second half to win 23-16. In the first half, Mercer Island scored after the In- dians fumbled on the punt return. That gave the Islanders the ball on the 15 yard line and three plays later they went in but the extra point attempt was no good. Mercer Island's second score was on a six-yard carry and the extra point was good. With 1:33 left in the half, they made a 37-yard field goal for a 16-0 in the half. lssaquah did have a touch- down, but there was a penal- ty that put them back 15 yards for a first and 25. Kirk Kriskovich tried a field goal, but that was wide to the left. In the second half, Issy scored when Kriskovich went in one yard. They set up for an extra point but Kriskovich threw it instead to Jeff Joyce for a two-point conversion. That wasn't all. Issy came back with a 30-yard pass to Tim Killian and again Kris- kovich hit Joyce for two points. Jeff Joyce ran in seven yards for the last touchdown. To hold the lead, lssaquah came up with two interceptions, one by ]eft See attd the other was by Kevia Landdeck. Jeff Joyce was leading Indians rusher with 92 yards on 14 carries. Issaquah had 329 yards offense, and Mercer Island had 214 yards. Kris- kovich made II of 21 passes for 164 yards. In all the years Gary Moore has coached he said, "I don't ever remember a comeback like that." --Debbie Brusius Cross Country The girls team continued its winning ways as it defeat- ed Bellevue 22-38 on Septem- ber 29. The top finisher was Kelley Smith with a time of 18:54. The Indians lost to Mercer Island 28-29 on the same day. The boys lost to both Mer- cer Island and Bellevue 19-42 and 20-41. Tim Clarke and Kuno Hallgriel finished in the top 10 with times of 16:44 and 16:59. -- Rich Hallstrom Swimming The girls' swim team kept up its winning streak last week by coming out on top of both meets, which were held at home. In the meet against Juanita last Tuesday, the girls came from behind in the last relay to win with a final score of 88-84. Gretchen Fish qualified for the state meet in the 100 yard freestyle and Kristin Montreuil also qualified for the state meet in the 100 yard freestyle and Kristin Montreuil also qualified for the state meet in the 100 yard breaststroke. The girls pulled off a ma- jor win over Inglemoor Thursday with a final score of 107-65. Tammy Elwood led the diving section of the team, which performed very well. Several girls broke their best times for the season: Michelle Flanagan with a time of 28.9 seconds in the 50 yard freestyle and in the 500 yard freestyle. Robin Rush- feidt and Heidi Hinds drop- ped nearly 20 seconds off each of their best times for the season. Laurie Montreuil qualified for the state meet in the 100 yard breaststroke. -- Leslie Fletcher Tennis The girl's tennis team was shut out twice last week. In- cluded was a 7-0 loss to the powerful Juanita Rebels last Thursday. Senior Beth Ar- cher, number one single's player, won the first set of her match %5. But she was unable to hold on the rest of the way as she lost the next two sets 6-2, 6-4 to Parker. Freshman Theresa Oleis, number three single's player, also lost in three sets 6-2, 3-6, 6-3, to Mischke. The doubles teams were all beaten in two sets. Earlier in the week, Issy also got shutout by Ingle- moor 7-0. In the meet against the Vikings, Issaquah's doubles team of Archer and Hinton lost in three sets to McCormick and Thomas 7-6, 5-7, 6-1. The Indians record drop- ped to 0-6, while Juanita im- proved its record to 5-1, and Inglemoor is 2-4. -- Rick Van de Brake Golf Last Monday the lssaquah golfers lost to Inglemoor by 30 points. Mike Humphreys had the lowest score for lssaquah although none of the lssa- quah golfers won their in- dividual matches. Dave Rob- bers said, "We're now look- ing forward to a strong finish." Issaquah is now 2-1 on the season, having beat Juanita and Lake Washing- ton. -- Dave Whitmore -- Jeff Nye Need someone to help you fix up your home? Turn to the classifieds. GO INDIANS! RIDE THeE REDMOND ......... High school sports reporters Five Issaquah High students will help with sports coverage in the "Press" this fall. Back left Is Rick Van de Brake, who will write about tennis; and Jeff Nye and Dave Whitmore, who will cover golf. Front left Is Alex Lish, who will write about swimming; Rich Hallstrom, cross-country; and Kelly Magner, volleyball. MUSTANGS TO VICTORY! FRIDAY N OCT. 7, 7:30 P.M. 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Hartstrom made a hole in one on #17 last August. "Everyone at the club- house knew about it before we even got back," said Sell. The club buys beer all around when a player gets a hole in one, but last Friday they had his on hole #17, 125 yards, to buy everyone two beers, and Ackeiman on hole'#3, laughed SeiE I t II II] I TIME TO REGISTER Cake Decorating The Wilton WayJ TUESDAY CLASSES BEGIN OCT. 18th 10A.M. TONOON OR 7T09 P.M. MONDAY'CLASSES BEGIN OCT. 17th /T00gP,M, 5 less000is --$15.00 OF(E'REGISTRATION REQUIRED [ PRE-CHRISTMAS SALE I j I A COMING OCTOBER 27-28-291 ,31,t/f'url . (00raft 1% YSNt,AT. ? Jtl " I | lO.1lt Place N.W. --  " __ 392-6123 [ ! Downtown Iqsaquah WAPATO POINT WILL TREAT YOU TO A $65 MID-WEEK MI N I-VACATION FOR TWO SIMPLY FOR TOURING OUR BEAUTIFUL CONDOMINIUMS. We warn you out front. When you tour or condominiums in Lake n hard sell from us But you are vet a Chelan you'llget o ', . Y ' hie osel yourself! 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Sequim scored in the se- cond quarter on a one-yard ramble to the endzone. The extra point kick was good. Chris Lane scored Liberty's third touchdown in the third quarter on a 15-yard pass re- ception from Jeff Thomas. Coleman kicked the extra point. Crawford scored the final Liberty TD in the fourth quarter on a 3-yard sweep in- to the endzone. The extra point kick failed. Liberty had 318 yards on 51 plays; including 141 yards on 31 rushing plays and 177 yards on 20 passing plays, 13 completions, and no inter- ceptions. Thomas passed 19 times with 12 completions for 161 yards, and John McLaughlin was 1 for 1 for 16 yards. Crawford was the leading rusher with 103 yards on 13 carries, and Eddie Strauser was the leading receiver with one catch for 34 yards. Mike Reeves led the de- fense, and even though he had an injury, he had nine tackles. Bruce Banister and Thor Rude each recovered a Sequim fumble, and Strauser intercepted two Sequim passes. Soccer The girls won two and tied one last week, beating Cen- trails 6-0, tying with Mt. Si 2- 2 in their first league game and beating Overlake 2-0. In the Centralia game Sep- Patriots Jerry Hollin, by Nicole Dairy, Britt, 2; Linda and Heide Helfenstein, In the Mt. Si gem( her 29, Stacey scored one and tied it in overtime penalty kick. Heidi Sellers and Helfenstein the Overlake game ber 30. Volleyball The girls beat Mr. 15-7 on September 29. Wogulis scored thre with Terry Madsen, Johnson and Carol sen all scoring two. tember 26, goals were scored time,of 18:16. Cross Country The boy's team took about every top pl meet against Mt. Si ber 30, winning with a of 19-41. Jim O'Brien was fit a time of 14:58; third with a 15:45; wood, fourth with John Husman fifth 16:15; Joe Easley, sixtl 16:18; Matt Evans, with 16:24 and Jeff 10th, with a 17:05. Dare Armstrong first place for the .. ,,, Fasano's COFFEE SHOP, DINING ROOM & LOUNGE LIVE MUSIC & DANqC:ING! 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