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Page 10 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, November 9, 1983 Sport Issy wins a chance for the playoffs Recreation corne wi00h Sammamish shutout The Indians were on the way to a playoff berth after a 21-0 victory over Samma- mish Thursday, November 3. Sammamish dominated the first quarter as lssy could only gain three yards. Second quarter started with Sammamish moving down field to try for a field goal that was wide to the right. Then lssy started on their 20 yardline. Kriskovich made the first first down with a 14-yard run. An illegal mo- tion against the Indians made it first and 15. Kriskovich went to the air and .lira Toolc intercepted for Sammamish. Sammamish unable to move the ball, had to get rid of it with 6:38 left in the second quarter. issy, starting on the 35, was able to pickup a first down to the 46 yardline. The next first down was a pass to Ron Evans for 15 yards. On the 38 Sammamish yardline, lssy went to the air and Jim Toole intercepted the pass. He then fumbled it and Peter Erickson recovered inside Sammamish 20 yardlinc. Scott Schaefer ran the ball 11 yards for a first down on the Totems five yardline. Schaefer took it again and went in for the touchdown. With the extra point Issy had a 7-0 lead at halffime. Issy had the ball in the be- ginning of third quarter on their 33. Jeff Joyce carried the ball twice for seven yards. Kriskovich ran for 12 yards to give the Indians first down on their 46. Kriskovich pass- ed to Scott Saunders and he took it in for the second touchdown. A couple of turnarounds later, lssy had the ball on their 25 yardline. Kriskovich looked like he was going to be sacked for a loss but managed to scramble away for 10 yards and a first down. Schaefer carried the ball five times to help get the Indians down to the five yardline of Sammamish. Joyce took the ball in on the second carry up the middle for the last touchdown. Ron Moe and Scott Baker knocked the wind out of Sammamish quarterback Keith Lennon in the begin- ning of the fourth quarter. Danny Lester came in for Lennon and went to the air and Joyce intercepted the pass. Jeff See came in as quarterback with about a minute left and Steve Rider came in to carry the ball. They picked up 12 yards before the game ended. The Indians were schedul- ed to play Bothell Tuesday, November 8 to determine whether or not they will con- tinue to be eligible for the playoffs. Debbie Brusius Glla.=rs place well in Kelsey Creek race The Junior Olympic Cross Country and PNAC Asso- ciation Finals were held No- vember 5 at Kelsey Creek Park in Bellevue. Ten lssa- quah Gliders ran in weather that was cold and rainy with gusty winds. All ten qualified for the regional meet to be held at Pocatello, Idaho on November 19. Among the 15-16 girls, Doree Armstrong'finished se- cond in a 5 kilometer-plus race with a time of 22:31. Tim Clarke placed tenth for 15-16 boys with a time of 19:01. Stacey Liebsack plac- ed second for 13-14 girls in a 4 kilometer race in 16:49. Sally Clarke finished eighth in 17:54. David Mitchell was fourteenth for the boys in 18:34. The course for 11-12 boys and girls measured 3135 meters, l)eanna Armstrong finished third for a time of 12:56. Sal l)e Salvo placed second with a tin|e of 11:22. Kartis Gazin was ninth in 13:19, and Brian Schaefer placed tenth in 13:28. Deena Elzey placed fifth in the 10 and under girls with a time of 16:17. Next week, the team travels to Surrey, B.C. for the Pacific Cross Country Championships. That will be the last scheduled meet of the year. Exercise physiologist speaks Alice Shephard, M.S., a nationally known exercise physiologist, will be in lssa- quah on Wednesday, No- vember 16 at 8 p.m. to dis- cuss the latest research on adult fitness. The fitness seminar will in- ' elude Shepard's lecture and a question-answer period. 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J .ON-SA,, I LOCATED IN " ,  SUNDAY 12-6 P M JSSAOUAH S Ht-LO I I SHOPPING cENTER // VIDEONITES  =, I - I1==" ' mm Susan Gray butts the ball in volleyball action. Photo by Debbie Brusius. Volleyball hopes still alive with wins in district match "The girl'olleyball team stayed aliveiiast weekend by finishing third in the Sea'K- ing AAA district match. They started the tourney by defeating Franklin of the Metro Conference 15-11, 15- 13. In their next match however, the Indians lost its only match of the tourna- ment to Ingraham in three games. They came back to beat Inglemoor 15-13, 15-5 and Woodinville 15-12, 15- 11 for third place and a spot in the state. Head coach Meg DeWan was extremely pleased with the way her team played, as were the players. They now head to the state tournament at Renton next weekend. --Kelly Magnet on q'q Hot Dogs s I with cheese ..... $1.20 with cheese & chili ..... $1.85 Beer0ntap 50 c per schooner Exit 15 off 1-90 Issaq uah 392-1361 NOVEMBER 10-13 Thurs. 7:30 p.m. KINGCO FootballChampionship Fri. 8:00 p.m. High School Football Game of the Week: Snohomish vs. the Metro Champs Sat. 12:40p.m. California at WSU 4:00 p.m. Notre Dame at Penn State (Approx. - Following WSU game) 7:00 p.m. 7-11Sports Show Sun. 12:45 p.m. NFL Game of the Week: Washington at New York Giants 7:00 p.m. 7-11 Sports Show For spot;ts, tut to KFI Radio. )'out" '84 O/ympks Station. The Issaquah Parks and Recreation Department is registration for the fall program. Contact the Park 392-7131, for further information on the Issaquah Art Center and the Issaquah Park Dept. offering pre-holiday workshops in Embossing Macrame, Papermaking, Watercolor Workshop. Dough "Babies," Calligraphic Card Design, Contact the lssaquah Art Center, 392-4247 for mation. Indoor Tennis Lessons: Call Issaquah Tennis Cll 7003 for further information. Winter Youth Basketball Leagues: Includes a class for boys and girls grades 1 & 2, basketball boys and girls grades 3-10. Registration starts Nov. 28, All-Star basketball teams are offered for 6th, 7th graders. Tryouts are Nov. 14 and 17. Call Park leave name if interested. Adult Basketball Open Gym: Tuesdays, 7-9:30 Lake Jr. High, $1.00 per person per night. Women's Open Gym Basketball: Wednesdays, High, 8:30-9:30 p.m., 50 per person per night. Volleyball Open Gym: Cancelled. Youth basketball coaches needed for girls basketball program this winter. Hike the lssaquah Alps: Call 746-5775 or tailed hiking information. A complete list of hikes from September through with full details is available for viewing only at Library, 392-5430, or the Parks Office. Winter Recreation Program Update: Winter Recreation Program, except for Youth gins December 8. The Winter Recreation Pro be an insert in the December 7 issue of the Issa( distributed throughout the Issaquah Schools and the week of December 14. Cross country on its to state charnpionship00 The Issy girls cross country team took a giant step toward the state champion- ship by finishing first in both the league and district cham- pionships. Along the way the Indians received the usual outstanding performance from Lieschan Hansen as she finished second and fifth re- spectively with times of 18:00 and 19:21. Experience is one of the keys to the Indians success this year says coach Ken Ruud. "They like being with one another and they don't get disappointed when they get beat by a teammate -- it just makes them work harder." All that hard work the difference as a combined total of 8 in their last two Kingco, 38 district), i Kingco finishers Lieschan Hansen, Kelley Smith, 18:31; Wendle, 19:06; 9i? Tuvey, 19:18. finishers were: 5. Hansen, 19:32; 4. Smith, 19:21; Tuvey, 20:19; die. The Indians will their season in the State Meet hopes of a chan For men's fine furnishings and accessories . . . Gilman Village 392-9190 Mon.-Fri. 10 to 6 Saturday 10 to 5 sundq Thursdays to 9 p.m. LES GINN INSURANCE Auto- Home- Boat- Condo-- Life Representing: PEMCO Compare and Save! 104512th Ave. N.W. Cascade Business Park Issaquah 392-5069 'The Gin Game October 27.November 21i THE VILLAGE THEATR 212 FRONT STREET NOR 392-2202 Steaks Seafood Cocktails convenlentl', l block sour 392-7425 The Village