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,rmots chalk up yards but can&apos;00 score in 10-6 loss to Enumclaw ' Patriot Tim Gruenke plays tight on pass defense against Hornet Mike Dowling. y Rodi Shemeta Ludlum. Id eagle raft trip held Continuing Education at Green River Com- es offering an anity to float the [iver and photograph in their natural on Sunday, January 1. lay-long river raft trip hie for any age and will be able to endangered eagles, t return to the Skagit 41 Preserve each winter to feed on spawning salmon, in one of the largest concentrations of eagles in the lower 48 states. There will be a pre-trip orientation the evening of January 17 from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. For more informa- tion and raft trip registration please contact the Green River Continuing Education Office at 833-8111, ext. 231. Hitter Kelle Medley-Ingersoll, daughter of N.A. Medley 21727 S.E. 20th, is a member of the 1983 Uniyersity of "DubuqLle w0mefi"s volfey- ball team. A hitter for the Spartans, Ingersoll is a 1978 graduate of Bellevue Chris- tian High School. The Spar- tans are currently undefeat- ed in conference action and are favored to repeat as league champions. UD also Is continuing its winning tradition this season and is hopeful of a post-season tournament bid. Basketball tryouts Nov. 14 and 17 The lssaquah Parks and Recreation Department will sponsor 6th, 7th and 8th grade select basketball teams which will play in the East- side Traveling League this winter. Try-outs will be held November 14 and 17. 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 telephone num- bers. SKITUNE UP SPECIAL egos Reg. $14.95 Cash value 1/20 of 1 cent. Expires 11-30-83. NOW OPEN 7 DAYS 8:00 - 6:00 The Ski Renter 392.8651 QUALITY SKI RENTALS HI-LO SHOPPING CENTER, ISSAQUAH (Just West of Gilman Village) ,, ",arures LU N C H S PE C IALS M0n. Chili(,,r, ebow,)& Garlic Bread .............. s1.49 Tues. Hamburgers ................ ,... $1 off any burger Wed. Chef Salad ........ . .............. ... ........ Sl.99 L ThUrs. 1/2 Any Cold Sandweh & Cup of Chllz ....... s1.99 Fri. Chicken- 2 Pieces & Jo.Jo's. ............... Sl.49 Call ahead- your order w, II be ready .... "WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY NIGHT paghetti Feed Steamed Clams 00,00ouC00n00o, 25 d S9 Served SRR5O ,M, IK.., 6-10 P.M. asket It F:towley Center 392-4547 Liberty lost its chance to become the Seamount League Champion by losing ceptions. In the first quarter, the Patriots took a chance on passing instead of punting on On fourth down and four, with 2:44 left int he second quarter, Enumclaw scored intercepted and the stands began to empty. The Liberty defense held The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, November 9, 1983 - Page 11 10-6 to Enumclaw lasi Fri- day. Liberty was 7-1 and Enumclaw 6-2 going inlo the game and neither team had lost a league game. Yet the pairfng of the two best teams in the league was marked by continuous scuffling in the middle of thc field as both sides punted back and forth, passes were intercepted and fumbles were lost. Liberty gained twice as many yards as Enumclaw -- 208 to the Hornets' 115 -- yet failed to convert a better offense into more points. Several promising drives end- ed in fumbles and inter- a fourth and seven situation on their own 36 yard line. Jeff Thomas' pass to Eddic Strauser was complete and Strauser made it to the Hornet 43. Jim Bierne then ran to the 35, but there was a fumble on the very next play and Enumclaw recovered at the 42. Enumclaw scored in the se- cond quarter with a quick pass to the right. They set up for an extra point kick but in- stead tried for a conversion, which failed. A face mask penalty agairist Liberty gave the Hornets another chance, however, and the extra point kick was good. again on a 23-yard field goal to make it 10-0. Liberty scored in the third quarter, starting from the Hornet 44 yard line. Thomas handed off to Bierne, who promptly tossed the ball back to Thomas, who then took his time and hit Strauser right on the money. The extra point attempt failed. Enumclaw nearly broke away for another touchdown in the fourth quarter after a 21-yard run up the middle, but the rush was halted by Bierne. With about three minutes left to play, the Hornets punted, but two plays later a l.iherty pass was Enumclaw running plays down to one and two yards consistently. Mike Reeves had 11 tackles in the game, John Prets nine, Jim Reynolds and Tim Gruenke eight each and Jim Bierne seven. Liberty gained most of its yardage in the air, as Thomas completed eight of 16 passes for 170 yards. Enumclaw completed three of 10 passes for 29 yards. Neither team did well on the slippery ground. Liberty had 26 car- ries for 38 yards and Enum- claw 41 carries for 86 yards. --Rode Shcmeta Ludlum Patriot girls end soccer season Liberty's girls' soccer played against Mt. Rainier on Tuesday, October 25 and lost 5-0. They also had a game on Thursday, October 27 and tied tyee 1-1. Liberty's only goal that week was scored by Liuda Bostjancic. On Tuesday, November 1, Liberty played against and lost to Enumclaw 3-0. They closed out their season with a non-league game 'against East,|de Catholic on Thursday, November 3 and won 3-2. Liberty's goals were scored by Suzie Paxhia, Bstjancic, and He|de HeifeR,teen. Lisa Brin and He|de Sellers each played goalie in part of the second half. Final season standings for the Patriots are 1-6-3. Britt Hansen Cross-country ski clinic held A free clinic on cross coun- try skiing will be held at the Issaquah Library, Wednes- day, November 9, beginning at 7 p.m. The clinic will discuss the history, techniques and joys of the sport, according to Peter A. 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