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Page 14 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, October 26, 1983 Sports Issy beats Kangaroos 13-7 D,efore soggy Homecoming crowd lssaquah Indians respond- ed to a warmed-up Homecoming crowd Friday night to overcome a 7-0 half- time deficit and defeat Lake Washington ! 3-7. The victory evens the records of both teams at 3-3, and leaves them in a tie for second place in Kingco. Should lssy win its final two games, the Indians are as- sured a berth in the first round of the state champion- ships to be played in the Kingdoms. Coach Gary Moore said going into the contest that he expected a head to head bat- tle between his own senior quarterback Kirk Kriskovich and the Kangaroos junior passing leader, Danny Matheson. On a rain-slicked field the diminutive Matheson picked up the clear edge in statistics, completing 18 of 29 for 197 yards, to Kriskovich's mea- ger 8 for 13 for 39 yards. "But Kirk hasn't had a bad game all season, and this wasn't either," said Moore after the game. "His field generalship out there, the way he ran the team, made the difference." The two quarterbacks were first and second in the league going in- to the game, and Matheson may have put the passing title out of reach with his per- formance Friday. On the ground the Indians incomplete. Taking over at the 33, Kriskovich hit junior tight end Ron Evans for 6, Tom McGann gained 6 more on a delay, and a ten-yard pass to Killian and a 2 yard keeper gave Issy a first and ten on the Lake Washington 43. put together a ball control ef- fort spearheaded by senior Scott Schaefer, a 6'1", 190- pounder who earned 117 yards on 16 carries, including the game's winning score in the fourth quarter. That winning drive was a classic length-of-the-field march, beginning on the In- dians' 20 yard line after the Kangs stalled on the Issy 38. On three downs the In- dians lost 7 yards and had to punt. Matheson was sacked on the lssy 46 on first down, dropped for 8 more yards on the second play, and on the third down senior defensive back Scott Saunders picked off a Matheson pass and ran it back 25 yards to the Lake Washington 29 yard line. Schaefer then got 17 yards on a slide right, Tim Killian picked up 8 more on an end around. On second and goal from the one and a half, Kriskovich went over on a keeper, but was called back for a false start. Two plays later, Schafer, behind the collective block- ing 'of Arnie Pelluer, Eric Powell and Peter Erickson, went off left tackle for the sco]e. Kriskovich missed the PAT, but the final remained 13-7. Lake Washington scored first in the second quarter, after both teams slipped a bit in the light rain. Paul Warner, senior linebacker, picked up two sacks in the first Kangaroo drive, however. Lake Washington began just before the end of the opening quarter moving tile ball from their own 12 yard i "l'ine to the lssaquah l0 on 14 plays. Matheson hit senior tight end Robert Fulton in the right flat, with 8:03 re- maining, for the score. The first half ended with the Kangaroos again in scor- ing position. Following the Homecoming festivities, and in a considerably heavier drizzle, the Indians came out of the lockerroom and im- mediately went nowhere. After gaining but two yards they punted, and the defense held Lake Washing- ton to a brief rally. A fourth down pass at the lssy 33 fell From there it took three plays; a swing pass to Jeff Joyce, a slant by Joyce and a 30 yard blast up the middle by Schaefer for the score with 1:49 remaining. Issy moved the ball 67 yards on 9 plays. After the game Moore said special praise ought to go to assistant coach John Jar- vinen, whose defensive re- alignments in the second half contributed significantly to the victory. Terry McLafferty Issaquah's entire defensive line seems to be breaking through to sack Lake Washington quarterback Danny Matheson. Among the Indian defenders are Arnle Pelluer, Scott Baker, Eric Powell, Jeff Joyce and Tom McGann. Photo by Dabble Bruslus. Swimmers win one, lose one, but all shave times The girl's swim team fell to Newport 108-62 last Tues- day, but pulled off a victory over Lake Washington 92-74 on Thursday. The girls final meet of the season will be Thursday, October 27 against Sammamish High School. Their record is 8-20. In the meet against Newport Julia Morgan made district meet in the 500 with a mars received their best times of the season. Both Kristin and Laurie Montreuil set school records and also made state times in their individual events. Kristin qualified in the 200 free with a time of 1:59.4 and Laurie qualified in the 200 I.M. with a time of 2:16.79. Kathy Kennedy received her best time of the season in time of 6:07.2 and Robin Rushfeldt dropped 23 seconds off her 500 free time. Coach Jerry Johnston said that the girls were not swim-- mink their best times and if they had, the score would have been a lot closer. Johnston said there were some outstanding swims in the Lake Washington meet, however. Many of the swim- GAME = . HOMECOMIN L!BERTY PATRIOTS VS. TYEE TOTEMS Friday Nmght, Oct. 28th, 7:30 P.M. at Issaquah Stadzum John Anderson 77Tim Gruenke 78 Joe Grant 79 Barry Plocher 80 John Prets 81 Darren Machel 82 Mike Young 83 Ed Strauser 33 Jim Beirne 62 34 Ken Jones 65 Jeff Jacka 44 Dennis Charles 66 Steve Bosely 47 Paul Christy 68 Eric Knudsen 50 Dave Hollingsworth 70 Bill Ghean 51 Mike Ringen 71 Chris Wilson 54 Tim Merritt 72 Neff Hall 55 Bruce Banister 74 Steve Hunt 84 Dan Morehouse 60 Mike Reeves 75 Steve Carleton 85 Thor Rude 61 Shane Ewer ,, 76 Kurt Zaeger 88 Joel Gustafson Join These Boosters, Athletic Director- Jim Bruno Manager- Jerry Holllngsworth TeamDoctor-Larry Greenblatt Head Coach - Tom Ingles Aas't. Coaches - Bob Carlson, Steve Harahman, George Vant Drill Team - Heide Maas-Co. Capt., Melody McPhear- son -Capt. Cheerleaders - Lisa Anderson, Teresa Hettlck, Alesha King - Capt., Joelle Martin, Barbara Merrltt, Trlsha Olsen, Suzle Penningroth - Capt., Julia RODS, Cheryl Roper, Jemle Rumsey PENELOPE'S Quality Discount Flowers 543 Duvall Ave. N.E. Renton, 226-9400 LEWIS TRUE-VALUE HARDWARE 95 Front St. N. Issaquah, 392-691g KILLIAN'S CLEANERS Factoria Square & Hi-Lo Shopping Center 643-0993 & 392-3200 ISSAQUAH AUTOMOTIVE CENTER 1650 N.W. Mall Issaquah, 392-7020 BILL'S CHEVRON ,=,r*, 25 N.W. Gilman Blvd. /m 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 & PASTA 385 N.W. Gilman Blvd. Issaquah, 392-0608 BAKAMUS TRUCK REPAIR COMPANY 1791st Ave. S.E. 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Issaqu.ah, 746-5660 HITCHMAN TRAILERS 147019th Ave. N,W, Issaq uah, 392-1205 the 200 free with a 2:27.6. Robin Rushfeldt received a 2:44.09 in the 200 I.M. which was her best time for the sea- son. Michelle Flanagan swam the 50 free in 28.7 seconds, her best of the season. Two girls receb/ed their best times of the season in the 100 butterfly; Julia Braun with a time of 1:08.2 and Marsha Armstrong with a 1:41.6. In the 100 free Rosy Marshall received a 1:03.7 and Leslie Fletcher received a 1:09.8. Both girls received their best times for the season. Noelle Roundy got her best time for the season in the 100 breaststroke with a 1:20.7. i Gliders a good *SPACE PROVIDED 'BY THE BOOSTERS LISTED ABOVE -- Lesfie Fletcher Patriot cross country loses two Liberty High's boy's cross country team lost its last meet on the season Friday against Tahoma 39q9 and Enumclaw 37-18. Jim O'Brien came in 7th, 17:01, Doug Posey ran an ex- cellent race placing 9th, 17:05, Tim Sherwood, 13th at 17:43, Matt Evans, 16th at 17:50, Joe Easley, 18th at 18:06, John Husman, 20th at 18:30, and Shane Morris, 21st at 19:43. The boys J.V. team also ran, but did not score be- cause they had only 3 run- ners. Todd Stubbs did very well, placing 10th at 19:05. The next runner from Liberty placed 17th at 19:58, and Jim Kemp, 19th at 20:13. The Liberty girls'also put in a great effort with just four runners. Doree Arm- strong was 8th at 20:38, Kim Hazard, 10th at 21:38, Lisa Munno, 16th at 23:07, and Michelle Logan took 17th place at 23:17. This Friday the Patriots hope to run some faster times in the league meet in hopes of advancement to the district meet. -- Kim Hazard A perfect record The girl's tennis team end- ed its disasterous season with a 7-0 loss to Bellevue last week. All singles and doubles teams were beaten in two sets. lssy's final overall record dropped to 0-11. Rick Van de Brake Members of the Gliders Track Club pated in two meets recently. On 15, ten members to Coquitlam, B.C., annual Pine Tree on by the tahs Track Club. country meet has favorite of the Gliders, for the strength of petition, and "goodies:" every receives a a bag of All the Gliders with Stacey highest finisher: 3 kilometer race girls. Among the David Mitchell in the 3 kilometer Kurtis Gazin was Brian Shaefer was 11-12 boys. strong placed 7th kilometer for Robin DeSalvo strong 4th for in a 2 kilometer Deena Elzey 13th Elzey 16th. finished 13th for boys. Doree ed 8th in the 3 15-16 girls. On October 22, ners participated in vac South country meet at High School in Among the 11-12 tis Gazin fin a time of 12:55 for meters. Brian Justin Trost tied for place in an with a time of 13:40. Armstrong took fifth kilometer race for ll- in again the club'S finisher with a in the 4 kilometer fo girls with a t All You Can Eat/ SPAGHETTI FEED00 i EVERY WED. NIGHT 6TO 10 P.M. 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