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6 Issaquah Press Thursday, Nov. 28, 1963 LETTEBMEN - Issaquah Indian wrestling lettermcn on whom Coach Roger Wilson is placing much hope for the 1963-64 season are from left, back row, Dick Munro, senior, two-year letter- man, wrestling at 175 pounds, he took second in the KingCo Conference last year; Bill Krieger, senior, two-year letterman, weighs 191; and Bob Kober, senior, one-year letterman, wrestling at 154 he took fourth last year in the KingCo Conference; fourth row, Dave Moffett, senior, two- year letterman, at 165 pounds, he took fourth in KingCo Conference; and Bryon Maybee, sen- ior, two-year letterman, 136 pounds, second in KingCo Conference, he holds record for most pins in both his junior and sophomore years; second row, Clayton Carlson, junior, one-year letterman, 103 pounds; and ]on Sorenson, senior, two-year letterman, 120 pounds; front row, Don Tate, senior, two-year letterman, 112 pounds, third in KingCo Conference last year; and John Pedeferri, senior, two-year letterman, KingCo Conference at 130 pounds. He holds record for most consecutive wins in one season and the fastest pin by a sophomore. Run Pedegana, (not shown), senior, one-year letterman, wrestles at 106 pounds. - lssaquah Press Photo Glen Wade Trying-out For Centralia Cager Team Glen Wade, an Issaquah High School graduate, turned out' for basketball practice last week on the Centralia Col- lege's Trailblazers court. Wade, six-foot two, son of H. E. Wade, Renton, is one of four, boys going for the forward posi- tions. i ~ ~ ~?~ii+ ii i I'LL GET YOU YET -- Bob Kober, during an lssaquah Indian practice, goes for a double leg dive take down on Dick Foley who counters with a double underhook. -lssaquah Press Photo lans IS Eleven returning lettermen and several outstanding new. comers are keeping the compe- tition keen among the Issa. quah High School wrestlers as they prepare for their first 1963-64 mat meet with the an- nually strong Fife High School of Tacoma next Thursday, De. cember 5, according to Coach Roger Wilson. Fife has offered wrestling since 1928. This first meet should be a good one, Wilson remarked. Each squad will be featuring grapplers that are perhaps among the best in the state in their respective weight divi- sions. Coach Wilson, who expects his young wrestlers to go all the way, said "The wrestling program at Issaquah High School exemplifies very nicely the growth of wrestling as a high school sport. In 1961, the first season, there were 26 boys wrestling at Issaquah High School. This season 50 boys are out for the sport. In just two years the interest and num- ber of participants have doub- led." In 1952 only nine schools in the State of Washington of- fered wrestling on an inter- school basis. This year over 115 schools are offering wrestling as an inter-scholastic team sport. Returning Lettermen The eleven returning letter- ,ng, men around which Coach Wil- son is organizing his Indian squad are Tony Bryan, Bill Krieger, Dick Muno, David Moffat, Bob Kober, Bryan May- bee, John Pedeferin, Jan Sor- enson, Dan Tate, Clayton Carl- son and Ran Pedegana. Among the newcomers to the sport in which Wilson sees much promise are Dick Foley, Tom Boyden and Walt Pede- ferir, all sophomores; Dick Campbell, junior; and Jerry Olson, senior from Wyoming. Other squad members still in strong contention for a team slot are Tom Parker, Bob Arndt, Kelly Parker, Jim Sutter, Russ Burnard, Joe Bard, Lee HarD, Phil DeleD, Guy Orzeckoski, Lonnie Guin, Russ Nickol, Denny Olson, Bill Bishop, Mike Fuller, Glenn Jackson, Bill Treharne, Gene Peterson, Alan Miles, Jim Mondt, Mike McRae, Chuck Olson, Chuck Sjolin, Scott Coyle, Chuck Gilmore, David Dalhotten, Norman Er- landsen and Rich LaLanne. Issaquah will field a var- sity, junior varsity and sopho- more-novice team. The junior varsity meets start at 6:15 p.m. with the var- sity at 7:30 p.m. 1963-64 WRESTLING SCHEDULE Dec. 5 - Fife at Issaquah* Dec. 12 - White River at Issa.* Dec. 19 - Federal Way at Issa. Jan. 2 - Snohomish atlssa.* Jan. 9 - Sammamish at Sam. Jan. 16 - Bothell at Bothell Jan. 18 - Bellevue at Issa. Sat. Jan. 25 - Auburn at Issa. Sat.* Jan. 30 - Lake Wash. at Lk. Wa. Feb. 6 - Mercer Island at Issa. Feb. 13, 15 - KingCo Confer- ence tournament at Issa. *non-conference meets SUNSET 65 & Over, 24-12; N.W. Trophy, i : 21-15; Swanee Grocery, 19-17; OVEN FRESH, DELICIOUS MINCE or PUMPKIN Kevin Thomas Voted Suburban Music, 18-18; VFW, ................................... ~ 17-19; Issaquah Valley Dairy, SPE Inspirational Award 16-20; Hi-Ten Lumber, 15-21; k. CIAL Kevin Thomas, Pacific Lu- Holiday Cleaners, 14-22. OUCH - Bob Kober, senior, an Issaquah Indian grappler, puts EACH theran University senior guard Individual high game, err a wrist ride on Dick Foley, bottom, and will try to break Foley from Issaquah, was voted the Knudtson, 237. down to his stomach or side before going for the pin. Inspirational Award by his PINRUSTERS | Chuck's Mobil, 24-12; Lewis s m m m teammates according to head -Issaqnah Press Photo Jonnnle s nssmluan .axew coach RoyCarlson. Hardware, 23-13; Santa Con- Thomas also received his struction, 20%-15%; FOE, 20- DOWNTOWHISSAQUAH - EX2-3262 fourth football letter this 16; Issaquah Builders, 19%- 16%; Valley Pharmacy, 15-21; J/~i /7 I y ,/, H & H Tavern, 11-25; Powers i Insurance, 11-25. Individual high game, Loren l JOIN THE VALLEY PUBLISHING CO'S. 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