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The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, October 26, 1983 - Page 15 non, Moore make track All-America iaquah High School Tom Bohannon Mary Moore added one feather to their prep month, with their 1983 National School All-America was second in nation last year in the boy's 1600 meter run, the "metric mile." His time was 4:05.61, just one tenth of a second slower than Renton's Matt Donnelly, the national champ. Moore, who also graduated last year, was tied for the top mark in the na- tion in the girl's high jump, having cleared 6 feet, one inch. Moore, now attending Washington State University on a full athletic scholarship and pursuing a degree in Graphics Design, is training under Coach Jessica Cassia- man in preparation for the NCAA championships and the Olympic Trials. Her jump of 6'1V2" in Connecti- cut exceeded the Trials quali- fying mark of 6' V2" and puts her in the Los Angeles Coli- seum in June 1984 for a chance at making the Olym- pic team. rs finish 10-1 season with win over Juanita girls team completed fits finest seasons every Juanita 21-38 20. The victory over bettered the Indian's to 10-1. Lieschen led the way for the with a time of 19:45 also is a personal record for her. Even the Indians lost their t rneet to an undefeated Mercer Island team, coach Ken Ruud still feels he has the team that could beat them. "Their girls tend to run in a pack and that means, that Karen Tuvey, Connie Jots, and Heidi Wendle have to break up that pack." Girl's finishers were; 1. Lischen Hansen, 19:45; 3. Heidi Wendle, 20:00; 4. Kelli Schmidt, 20:54; 6. Karen Tuvey, 21:22; 7. Joanna Gur- nig, 21:28. The boys team completed their season by compiling a record of 5-6 with a 23-35 victory over Juanita (they also lost to Sammamish 19- 40). Even though the boys started slow, they finished fast, winning four of their last five. Finishers were: 3. Kuno Holigriel, 17:23; 6. Tim Clarke, 17:45; 10. Jan Wilson 18:06; 16. Dean Ver- gillo, 18:39. KingCo championships are this Friday, October 28 at Lake Sammamish. -- Rich Hallstrom making a difference C00:I00TnAL .. IIIIIIII I Experienced Ted Jenneslmns, a 6-3, 230- pound Central Washington University senior, was par- ticularly effective in a re- cent 37-7 romp past previously unbeaten Southern Oregon. Jen- neskens, a graduate of Is- saquah High, is a three- year starter for the Wildcats and the most experienced player on the offensive line. "He just doesn't make mistakes," said offensive coordinator Scott Ricardo. Volleyball still undet ,ated With the season coming to an end, the lssaquah volley- ball team has retained its first place standing with a record of 8-0. The girls are tied with Mer- cer Island for the first place standing. Last Wednesday, October 19, the girls defeated Lake Washington 15-4, 15-7. Players of the game were senior Cindy Carzoli, who had six spike kills, and senior Shelley Shaw who had two service aces and three spike kills. Issaquah's next game will be on Wednesday, October 26, against Mercer Island at lssaquah. The game starts at 3:30 with junior varsity play- ing first, Varsity to follow. -- Kelly Magnet Ski School needs chaperones The Jssaquah P.T.S.A. Ski School is looking for interest- ed parents who would like to be ski school chaperones. Lessons, transportation, and lift tickets are provided in compensation during the eight week ski school, which starts on January 7. Applications are available from Diane Galer, Ski School Administration Assis- rant, by phoning 643-4734 and must be submitted no later than November 21. lssa- quah elementary and junior high students will go to Ski Acres, and high school and 9th grade students ski at Crystal Mountain. Registration forms for the ski school will be available the first week in November. Soccer shuts out Mt. Si The girl's soccer team played against Mr. Si on Tuesday and won 2-0. On Thursday, they played against Tahoma and tied 1-1. In the game against Mr. Si, Liberty's goals were scored by Susie Paxhia and Heide Helfenstein. -- Britt Hansen Montana State football ark Carter, a 1981 of Issaquah High Is a member of the State Univer- team. a 5-10, 180-pound has been a start- the Bobcat football the day he arrived A two-year let- Carter scored 56 s in both of his first two Entering the 1983 , Center has hit 23 of goal attempts and 43 PATs. He was an mention all-Big selection as and was also the the "Newcomer Season, the junior has of five field goal at- and two of three s for 14 points through the Bobcats first five games. Carter's field goal stats also includes a 46 yarder against Northern Arizona. basketbal [ssaquah Parks and Department will r 6th, 7th & 8th grade teams which in the Eastside League this winter. will be held in early I teams try out Fifth graders are eligible to try out for the sixth grade program. All interested boys should call the Parks Office, 392-7131 and leave their name and telephozie num- bers. Hot Dogs s 1 Carter was an all- conference and all-state foot- ball performer at Issaquah, where he was coached by Gary Moore. He led his team in scoring for three years and kicked five career playoff field goals. He was also a four-year soccer letterman. Carter is majoring in business management at MSU. He is the son of Ar- thur and Winona Carter of Issaquah. The Bobcats are the winn- ingest team in the history of the Big Sky Conference. They have won eight con- ference titles since the league's inception in 1963 and finished second four other times. The Bobcats won the NCAA Division II National Championship in 1976. Apple Juice SENECA Frozen WINE AND BEER VARIETY DEPT. Fri. 8:15 p.m. Sat. 12:40 p.m. 4:00 p.m. (Approx. - 7:00 p.m. Sun. 9:45 a.m. 7:00 p.m. For spotts, )'out" '84 12-oz. Can Ice Milk Lucerne $ Assorted Half Gallon 29 Foster parent Great Escape'mSptT ........ 1;, Sl" R -- Extra Helping 11.25-oz. $'=49 t uanquet Dinners, Froze ............. Pkg. I orientation I I wue MRS. SMIIN'S 26-oz. $.=79 APPle t'ie.o ................... pkg. I Foster parent orientation 1€ ,,'." ORE-DA Fro, 201oz .... sessions are scheduled to be  l..rlspersPo,atoe; .... i ............ pkg "1 "" held in November by the De- t il A,• STOUFFER'S 12 .... $'=17 partment of Social and ]wtmac.&l.neeseFro, ........... Pkg I Health Services. For further information or questions, call the foster homefinders at 455-7062 (toll free: 888-0010 or 682-6222). 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