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Page 8 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, October 19, 1983 Spor00t Juanita walks all over Indians Juanita's homecoming theme was "Every Step You Take" and they stepped all over lssy to win 42-14 last Friday night. Juanita made its first touchdown on a 20-yard pass and two other touchdowns were passes. They ran in three more, with one a 62- yard run in the third quarter. lssacluah was having some problems. Kirk Kriskovich was tackled in the endzone for a safety, lssy almost had a touchdown in the first half but time ran out. With 14 seconds left in the halt', Kriskovich hit Tim Killian down inside the 10 yardline from Juanita's 36. But time ran out for the Indians. In the second half, Sean Nelson was injured and had to be replaced. He was on all of the special teams. There were five starters suspended from the game for reasons Indians the coach did not discuss. lssy made its first touch-' down with a five-yard run by Jeff Joyce and two points with Scott Schaefer running to the right. The last touch- down was an 8-yard pass to Peter Erickson but the two point conversion was no good. --Debbie Brusius Professional Directory CHIROPRACTORS Dr. Carolyn Bober-Emery Issaquah Family Chiropractic Center 6424 E. Lake Sammamish Pkwy. S.E. 392-9490 Dr. James Fitzpatrick Fitzpatrick Chiropractic Clinic 185 E. Sunset Way Issaquah 392-5321  COUNSELORS Eastside Community Medical Health Ctr. 1609 116th N.E., Bellevue, 455-HELP Thursday in Issaquah at Community Baptist Church, 205 Mt. Park Blvd. S.W. Sprague,Magnueon .  Indtvldual family, group therapy 58 Front St. N., 392-4740 FINANCIAL PLANNING Wm L. Notaro & Company 454 Rainier Blvd. North Suite 19 Issaquah, 392-9152 INSURANCE AGENTS Scott Earney Agency 1595 N.W. Gilman Blvd., 392-9111 NUTRITIONAL CONSULTANT Dr. A.B. Brshmbhatt, Ph.D. Nine Lake Bellevue Drive, No. 208 Bellevue, WA 98005 (206) 451-9700 OPTICIANS 20/20 Optical Rx eyewear, contact lenses, accessories 45 Front Street North Issaquah 392-0202 OPTOMETRISTS Walter Cassidy, O.D. Contact lenses, family practice 1505 N.W. Gilman Blvd. Issaquah 392-8756 Mark Cohn, O.D. Contact lenses, family practice 85 N.W. Alder Issaquah 392-5381 Theodore S. Kadet, O.D. Family practice; visual training 85 N.W. Alder 392-5381 PHARMACISTS Issaquah Rexall Drug Full prescription service 30 Front St. S. Issaq uah 392-6430 PHYSICAL THERAPISTS lalmquah Physical Therapy Clinic Gary Hope, R.P.T. 104512th Ave. N.W, Suite F-10 Issaquah 392-0627. VETERINARIANS All Critters Animal Hospital Jerry Bishop, D.V.M. 1045-12th N.W. Suite F-3 392-7387 Alpine Animal Hospital Chuck Watson, D.V.M. Practice limited to small animals 21800 S.E. 56th 392-6456 Issaquah Veterinary Hospital Bruce R. Bierbaum, D.V.M. Small creatures, cats, dogs, sheep, goats 795 1st Ave. N.W., 392-6211 Lake Sammamlsh Veterinary Hospital Dr. David Hiidreth Large and small animals 2300 Newport Way 392-5195 Swim The girls' swim team entered last week with a strong defense of their 6-0 record. Although coach Jerry Johnston said the girls swam their best meet of the season on Thursday, it was not enough to defeat Mercer Island and the girls ended the week with a record of 7 wins. i loss. Tuesday the girls swam against lnterlake, beating them 94-78. Tammy Elwood placed first in the diving competition. Several girls received their personal best times for the season in their events such as Gretchen Fish in the 100 yard butterfly and the 50 yard freestyle, Julie Braun in the 100 yard butter- fly, Tessie Grimmer in the 100 yard breaststroke. The girls fell to Mercer Island 101-71. Coach Johnston said it was the girls best meet of the season eveu though it ended in a loss. Be- tween the two teams, more girls qualified for state than any meet of the season. The girls 400 medley relay team took first and third place withthe third place team doing very well. The third place relay is calle0 B relay and is a very strong group made up of Robin Rushfeldt, Noelle Roundy, | Issaquah high diver Robin Tanner takes off at a recent swim meet. Robin Yorkey, and Rosy times in the I00 backstroke Marshall. and Kemedy also did well in Laurie Montreuil qualified the 100 butterfly. for state in the 200 freestyle. Kristin Montrcuil beat the Both Montreuil and Julie state favorite Loretta Soffe Morgan beat their best times in the 500 free. She then in the 200. Gretchen Fish climbed out of the pool to dropped eight seconds elf the race in the ,cxt event and best lime in the 200 I.M wo, the l00 yard backstroke. Robin Rushfeldt and Kathy Julie Morgan received her Kennedy received their bess best time in the 500 freestyle. WINDOW TREATMENTS UPTO 60% 1" METAL BLINDS 60  OFF WOVEN WOODS 50.60%OFF VEROSOLS .............. 30% OFF VERTICALS ............. 30% OFF BEDSPREADS ........ 20% OFF ALL DRAPERY FABRICS 20-30 % O F F Full Service Design Center: Carpet, Wall- paper, Window Treatments, Floorcoverings GD00. Overlake ,;. ",-I  it .k Safeway OLSar," 2653 151st Place N.E. N,E. 24th 881-7773 -k., I Katie Crowley dropped near- ly three seconds off her I00 breaststroke time. --Leslie Fletcher Golf Monday, October 10, was a sad day in lssaquah golf history. Issacluah lost to Newport 172 to 143 who they had beat earlier in the season. , .... Rose Roselli Invites You i To Do Your iii CHRISTMAS SHOPPING IN HONG KO IG DECEMBER 1-8, 1983 Join Foothills travel Manager. Rose Hoselli, on a shopping trip to Hong Kong. the bargain center of the Orient. Your Trip Includes: Roundtrlp transporlallon on United Airlines non-slop Royal Pacific Service Transfers between Kai Tak Airport and your hotel 6 night accommodations at the Deluxe Hyatt Regency Hotel American Breakfast Daily Holel Service Charges and Taxes Extension In Hong Kong and other cities of the Orient available, No Regimentation - you enjoy total freedom $898 per person I00crcel 425 rainier blvd. n., issaquah 392-1244 I ill COME WATt :H THE None of the lssaquah golfers won their match but lssa- quah's leading scorer was Mike Humphries with an 85. lssacluah is now 4 and 2 in the league. --Jeff Nye Tennis The girls' tennis team record dropped to a dis- appointing 0-10 after last week's play. The Indians were shutout twice. Last Thursday they were beaten by Newport 7-0. In the match against the Knights, all of the singles and doubles teams were beaten in two sets. The victory improv- ed Newport's record to 8-2. Earlier in the week the In- dians lost to Interlake 7-0 as well. Against the Saints, senior Beth Archer and junior Kristi Hauff lost their doubles match in three sets to McDonald and Peterson 6-3, 3-6, 7-5. lnterlake improved its record to 5-4. lssy finished its season yesterday at home against Bellevue. --Rick Van de Brake Volleyball The girls' volleyball team has once again shown its pride by going on the war- path against Newport 15-9, 15-4. Sophomore Marlie Davis was moved up from the J.V. and showed great strength against Newport's Varsity. On October 10, the Indians son and Junior Britt P attacked Juanita and won 15- both say, "we should 4, 15-2. The varsity's record District Playoffs but is 6-0. not sure about State, The Indians will par- should do pretty ticipate in district playoffs on The Indians next November 11-12. The follow- will be on ing weekend they may play in against lnterlake the state playoffs, terlake. Sophomore Kallie Gender- Recreation corn The Issaquah Parks and Recreation Dept. is tration for the fall programs. Contact the Park 7131, for further information on the following Aerobic Dance: Maywood Jr. High, lssaquah Pine Lake Jr. High, Apollo Elementary, Elementary, Community Hall, mornings, afterno0S ings. Senior Dancercise: Mondays & Wednesdays, 50 older. Youth basketball coaches needed for girls basketball program this winter. Winter Youth Basketball Leagues: Includes a class for boys and girls grades 1 & 2, basketball boys and girls grades 3-10. All-star basketball teams are offered for 6th 7t graders. Call Park Dept. and leave name if it Volleyball Open Gym: Mondays, 7-9:00 Elementary starting Oct. 3, 17 years and older, $1 son per night. Adult BasketlJ'all Open Gym: Tuesdays, Lake Jr. High, $1.00 per person per night. Women's Basketball: Wednesdays, 14 and older, Indoor Tennis Lessons: Call lssacluah Tennis 7003 for further information. CPR Class: Thursday, Oct. 27, 15 years and older. Ballroom Dancing: Fridays, starting Oct. 21, Valley Elementary. Country Western Dancing & '40s & '50s starting Oct. 21, teens and adults. OCTOBER 21-23 Fri. 7:30 p.m. High %hool l:()tball Game of the Week: Lincoln at South Kitsap US(: at Notre Dame WSLI at Arizona State NFL Game of the Week: Detroit at Washington 7:00 p.m. 7-11 Sports Show For sports, turn to Kill Radio. Your '84 O lrmpics Station. Sat. 11:10 a.m. 4:50 p.m. " n Su . 9:45 a.m. LIBERTY PATRIOTS RAIN ON, REIN IN, REIGN OVER RAINIER RAMS Oct. 20, Thurs. Night 7:30 p.m. at Issaquah Stadium Join These Boosters* POWERS INSURANCE 98 Front St. N. Issaquah, 392-6453 DIET CENTER 110512th Ave. N.W. Issaquah, 392-9559 LEO'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE 90v2 N.W. Gilman Blvd. Issaquah, 392-3600 ROLLIN' LOG TAVERN 50 E. Sunset Way Issaquah, 392-2964 GRANGE SUPPLY, INC, 145 N.E. Gilman BI,vd. Issaquah, 392-3029, 392-6469 WELCOME WAGON Helen Raid 392-7494 DOUG'S SHELL-MART Open 24 Hours 1605 N.W. Gilman Blvd. Issaquah, 392-7452 LAKESIDE SAND & GRAVEL COMPANY, INC. 6600 230th Ave. S.E. Issaquah, 746-5660 BAKAMUS TRUCK REPAIR COMPANY 1791st Ave. S.E. Issaquah, 392-1268 MOUNTAIN APPLIANCE SERVICE 840 S.E. Newport Way Issaquah, 392-3555 ISSAQUAH PRESS 45 Front St. S. Issaquah, 392-6434 DARIGOLD FARMS 611 Front St. N. Issaquah, 392-6463 GASLAMP TAVERN 1295 N.W. Mall Issaquah, 392-4547 DOOFER'S TAVERN 16412 S.E. 128th Renton, 255-9022 LEONARD'S RESTAURANT & LOUNGE 16341 Renton-lssaquah Rd. Renton, 255-8517 HITCHMAN TRAILERS 1470 19th Ave. N.W. Issaquah, 392-1205 PENELOPE'S Quality Discount Flowers 543 Duvall Ave. N.E. Renton, 226-9400 LEWIS TRUE-VALUE HARDARg 95 Front St. N. Issaquah, 392-6919 KILLIAN'S CLEANERS Factorla Square & Hi-Lo Shopping 643-0993 & 392-3200 ISSAQUAH AUTOMOTIVE CENTER 1650 N.W. Mall Issaquah, 392-7020 BILL'S CHEVRON  25 N.W. Gilman Blvd. Issaquah, 392-3020 VILLAGE FAMILY MEDICAL cENTER Dr. L.J. Greenblatt Liberty Team Physician 385 Front St. N. Issaquah, 392-8445 JAY BERRY'S GOURMET PIZZA & pAl " 385 N.W. 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