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IPatriot gridcl, ers Iram A4t. Rainier i lin 28-14 thriller Liberty Patriots ended their the Patriots on top 15-14 at fOOtball season with an lexciting 28-14 win over the It. Rainier Rams. iSl The score remained 0-0 be IrOughout the first quarter. 0- II&apos;iberty completed the initial ,,,hf ]tOUchdown in the beginning I0r me second quarter. The ,,. ie0re was made on a 13-yard [ks-reception from quarter- [back Darin Newton to tight tnd Jim Heilgeist. Lou ItYtvelt kicked the PAT. Mount Rainier made two 10UChdowns in the second. first was a three-yard run !Y running back Steve t!10ver. The second was a 17- ' Yard run, also by Glover. [a 0th PATs were successfully i]kieked by quarterback Bill tSi Ilephani., a. I Liberty s next touchdown id I as a three-yard run by run- t Iq!ng back Jim Roper. The i]l,%-point conversion from 1 rwton to Brad Martinez put the end of the half. The Patriots kept their lead throughout the second half of the game. In the third quarter, running back Aaron Arm- strong completed another Liberty touchdown with a three-yard run. The PAT was again kicked by Heytvelt. In the last 10 seconds of the fourth quarter, Rick Martinez completed a two-yard run to win the game for Liberty. The final score was 28-14, Patriots. Liberty's yardage wads 305 yards rushing and 81 yards passing, making a total of 386 yards for the game. The Rams finished with 158 yards rushing and 82 yards passing. Armstrong ran 170 yards on 19 carries. The win ended Liberty's season with a 5-4 win record. ---Mary Brown Lisa Johnson .!Ill.IS soccer team ?lto State playoffs The Issaquah High girls cer tehm played their last .ne of the season November , defeating Mercer Island 1- , Their final league recoql ands at 10-0-2. The Indians I!nter the state playoffs this J Ieek as KingCo's No. 1 seed. I Tracy Pleiman, assisted by J" I,% Berry and Meegan Do- e ]rty, scored Issaquah's only ir al 67:00 minutes ant the ,t members, "their intensity and their great class act." ---Lard Callas Five Star toughs it out In the Sno-Klng Junior Football league playoffs It was Issaquah versus Five Star in the junior division match-up that turned into a grueling gridiron battle. The teams toughed it out to a 0-0 tie, and It took an over- time before Five Starf in the black shirts, pulled out a 6-0 win. In other I.iberty kickers improve on past "Hopefully next year we can be more competitive," Coach Annette Duvall said after Liberty's soccer team lost its last two games of the season last week. The Patriots lost 3-1 to Mt. Rainier last Tuesday, November 3. Sarah Heytvelt score the Pat's only goal with an assist Liberty volleyball ends season Fisher had a great serwng game, while Mindy Coblentz kept up the defense with a great passing game. Seniors Jeanne Fisher and Jayme lverson also became On November 3 the Lib- erty varsity volleyball team lost to Mt. Rainier in five games. The scores were 15-6, 10-15, 6-15, 15-8 and 12-15. Outstanding players were e. Nancy Volkel and Robin Liberty's first four-year vol- I ,"It wasn't until the second Vaughn. leyball letter winners. Pllf,... that we took the ,,game On Thursday, November 5, The departing seniors of , |,rlously," said Coach John the Patriots traveled to the team are Jayme Iverson, I'm'inen. Enumclaw for their last Jeanne Fisher, Kathy Koen- r I Overall, Jarvinen was league game. They lost to the eman and Laura Berry. . Il = ed with all 12 games. He Wddcats in three games, 15- ----..Kathy Koeneman I]'fts very proud of the team 13, 15-11 and 15-10. Jeanne , Sherri McDaniels, UcensedMassage Therapist I I Only 43 ,1 II Shopping I.i J Days 'SI, ,;:J _J J,, until X-mas! ? ' - _ , JI"'Just moved. 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Heytvelt and Becky Bruder were recognized by Duvall, for their aggressiveness dur- ing the game. Liberty lost 2-0 to Enum- claw on Thursday, November 5. Duvall recognized Katie Scriven for her competitive- ness, Tara Harrison for mov- ing to the ball, and Bruder for playott action, the Issaquah Pea Wees fell to undefeated Bothell, the only team to beat the Lions during the regular season. Photo by Debble Berto. distributing the ball well. "The record was disap- pointing, but when you compare last Year's offensive ability, we have improved greatly. Last year the girls scored 4 goals in 16 games, but this year they scored 15 goals in 15 games," said Du- vail. ---Kathleen McLaughlin LEARN TO SKI! m m Washington Ski Institute Classes Are Now Forming : Boys u&dgeidtsages 3-12 ,, L , i 3-6 st per class  6 2-hour on-snow classes '" :Adult clases available ). t Standa d ngth or gradu- "4 . ated length methods ,,A. 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Footloose and Fancy Free, 11/6-12/11, Fridays, 1.2:45-1:30 p.m., Commu- nity Hall, ages 3-5, $12 fee. A rhythmic class covering movement, simple dance steps and use of hand-held in- struments. All-Star Bas- ketball Teams, three select basketball teams to play in the Eastside Travelling League Winter 1988, for boys in the 6th, 7th or 8th grades. Vohmteer coaches needed. Open Gym Volleyball, Thursday evenings until 12/10, 7-9 p.m., Issaquah Middle School Gym, ages 17 and older, $1/person/night. Recreational level volleyball. Adult Basketball Open Gym, Tuesday evenings un- til 12/15, Pine Lake Middle School Gym, 7-9:30 p.m., ages 18 and older. $1/per- son/night. Indoor Tennis Lessons for all ages and levels; call the Mark Frisby Tennis and Racquet Academy at 392-7003 to register. Earlybird Ski Lessons, 11/28-12/19, Saturdays, 10 a.m.-12, $28/four lessons, ages 6- adult. Crystal Mountain Ski Resort. All levels. Cross Country Ski Seminar, 11/18, 7-8 p.m., Issaquah Library, $1/family, all ages welcome. Introduction to the diverse world of cross-country skiing. Slide show and information on proper equip- ment. King County considers King County is consider- ing increasing the fees it charges the public to use county-owned pools, parks and recreation facilities. The county council will hold a public hearing next Monday, November 16 on the proposed changes during its raising area pool fees regular meeting, which be- gins at 9:30 a.m. in the county courthouse. Most rental and usage fees are staying the same, but the county is recommending changes on most pool fees. The current 75 cent charge per swim session for children will go up to $1, while adults' fees will increase from $1 to $1.25. The old 25-cent discount swims have been hit by inflation and will now be known as 50-cent swims if the changes are approved. The pool rental schedule has been changed as well. Currently, groups of up to 49 can rent the pool for $25 an hour. The proposal calls for charging $27.50 for 25 or less people, and $37.50 for 26-60 people. Swim teams will have to start paying $18 an hour when using the pool all by themselves. .4 8ERNA Till 1"75 NORTHWEST HOBBIES & Holiday Open House Beginning Saturday, November 14th , ' / '  ; , ..... " , L ........ "-/" ' .............. FREE ":" '"// l .DEMONSTRATIONS, ...._, RadioC, ontrnlFd ' -!' 8o00;ro, '., Systems  Fo= TH-=K"D"S! "  20% Off 10-40%Off    /y Brldl Billings / .T utaa  I , ,2C Pulsar  EMTm=. Tn ,^,,M.  ; ; hllenger .  AT PRIZES! /..., ,",, .v / i . -,. 1= \\; 1- R/C AIRPLANE P i I /, /l 2-R/CCAR /   w" V" V ,1 " -AIRPLANE RADIO   //?__ . 4-CAR RADIO W ' m ..__-'" Aircraft& Marine  k " Che ,enne "1 ur..mnun," I ;. 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