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Page 8 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, November 28, 1979 II S o rts s ot I I Roundbal I roundup Varsity rosters 'Runnin' Indians' to live up to nickr00.ame I ssaquah Liberty by Jack Darnton "Their winning This year's lssaquah I'm sure will carry Player Hr. Year Player Hr. Year basketball team will try to :i basketball," Brines live up to its "Runnin' In- adding the footballers Garron Smith 5'8" I l Brent Roy 5'10" 12 dians" nickname, good shape and not Jerry Roundy 5'i0" 1 l Ted Bambrick 6'0" 12 Last year Coach Rich any of the players. Jeff Childs 5'8" 12 Roy Medley 6'1" I I Brines put lssaquah's tradi- Defensively Brines is l Jeff Wilson 5'll" II JoeDunkel 6'0" 12 tional running game in the ning on a pressuring Blake Hamihon 6'1" 12 RonMcCormack 6'0" l0 deepfreeze, and the Indians man, to make up Andy Brakbill 6'0" 12 Todd Miles 6'2" I l crawled around the Kingco squad's lack of height. Greg Forrest 6'3" 12 Pete DeToro 6'1" 12 cellar, posting a 5-15 mark. defense will let his fronl Chris Wilson 6'1" 12 Mike Medley 6'1" 12 The plan to slow the game block out better and Brett Greenhalgh 6'5" l I Dave Fore 6'0" l l down and methodically stick own on the boards Phil Taylor 6'3" I I Jamie Sidell 6'5" l i it to more talented opponents said. Kevin White 6'4" 12 Dean Graham 6'2'/2" 12 backfired, and the Indians The Indians and Ron Graver 6'2" l I Kelly Dorsey 6'3" 12 had one of their worst running game will seasons in years, display for the first 1979 80 schedules But Kingco Conference yearNov. 30at8p.m. 1 opponents should be on Andy Brackbill Grog Forrest Kevln White lssaquah travels to notice they can no longer ex- try to recapture the pect to walk down the court lettemen. White, a standout player who could crack the mamish and Juanita, also Bucket, symbol of and play volleyball under the tight end on lssaquah's foot- starting lineup is 5-10 junior play in the Crown Division. roundbali supremacy. 14111sso'uoL" LIIJ/y':ker"" ., "We have a realistic Indianswiilentertain Issaquah basket, ball team, scored five points guard Jerry Roundy. e s "We're going to press and a game last season as he battling senior Blake chance at third in our divi- Dec. 7 before swinging  run and keep those 6-8 guys struggled back from a broken Hamilton, who lettered as a sion," says Brines, who home-and-home cony DAII OPI'ONLNI DATE OI}I'ONINI running from the head of the leg. reservea yearago, hopes a new look will propel with Crown Division key to the head of the key," Greg Forrest, 6-3 "We're fairly small," the Indians tea five-hundred portents and single November30 atl.iberty January11 Bothell November30 Issaquah lanuaryqq WhiteRiver says Brines, who lists 6-5 wingman, and Andy Brines says, eyeing that or better season, with the Kingco's five De(ember 3 Decatur January 15 Bellevue December 7 at Issaquah January 12 Sequim  junior Brett Greenhalgh as Brackbill, 6-0 guard, are talent. "We're going to try to One cause for optimism is Division teams. Deember 7 Liberty January 18 at Mercer December 11 Enumclaw January 15 at Tyee his tallest player, senior starters returning for run and negate our op- the return of White and For- Start, a touring De(ember ql Sammamish Island December14 atTahoma January18 Mt. Si Greenhalgh, up from the another season. Forrest ponents'height." rest, and reserves Garron school all-star team December 14 at lake January 22 at Interlake December 18 Gla(ier January25, B Y E junior varsity, should start pumped in 11 points a game The Kingco will be full of Smith, Charily Kinnune and southern Australia, Washington January 25 Redmond December 21 at I oster January 29 at Enumclaw the season up front in the In- last year from the perimeter, skyscrapers again this year, Ron Graver, from the foot- lssaquah Jan. 7, and December18 Inglemoor January29 at bammamish December28 at North Mason- t ebruaryl dians' double-post attack and Brines calls him the Brines says. Unforttmatcly ball team, which ended its non-league games De(ember 21 Newport tebruaryl Lake lournament lebruary5 at Glacier along with 6-4 senior Kevin team's top shooter, for lssaquah, two of the big- "season three weeks ago after scheduled with Fe Dec:ember 28 dt 19eatur Washington at Belfair, Wa. February8 Foster White, one of four returning Another junior varsity gest and best teams, Sam- posting an 8-2record. Way's Decatur H February 15 at White River January4 atluanita lebruaryS atlnglemoor December 29 at North Mason- February 16' atSequim January7 Sturt. Australia lebruary8 atNewport 00We]re not reade 'says Liberty coach All-Mars l:ebruary 12 Juanita Tournament Ir ebruary 19 Tyee at Belfair, Wa. February 22 at Mt. Si ] ' Pyeatt in by David Jepsen little frail at 1,75 FIBERGLASS Califo i oflastFriday, the rn a ,,,,, now," says Liberty lineup had not been basketball coach Tom Ingles, and Sideil is battling f0 INSULATION "we're nol ready to play a center position with Mike Pyeatt of lssaquah, a basketball game. In three or Graham, Ingles' 6-3 tightl cross country runner for lssa- four days 1 hope we'll be able who's playing his first quah High School, will join to." high school basketball, eFOIL BACKED*EASILY INSTALLED runners from nine Western That's Ingles has. Parks, last year's states competing Dec. 1 in Liberty ins basketball graduated. the Western region qualifier play Nov. 30 with a non- With the smaller frontli R-11 4" x 4o' (so sq. ft. ROLL) 6SORoL L 13 of the Kinney Cross Country league game with lssaquah. Ingles said he's he ..... sq. ft. Championship, the first ha- Normally, Ingles' words ty can win with quic 68ROLL ZIim"l tional championship for high would be considered and good ball R-19 6,/," x 24' (46 sq. ft. ROLL) ..... sq. ft. school-age cross country run- blasphemous, but Ingles has : , which means, of course, hers. a pretty good excuse. It's i ::!i!!i:.:ii ' ....  fast break. The western qualifier will been but I0 days since Ingles  "We're going to be held at 1 p.m. on the 2.9- and most of the basketball Brent Roy Todd Miles Mike Medley have a little more fun H2B i.i ----II..,U mile Crystal Springs course players were eliminated from rying too much weight for averaged 8.5 points a game team," lngles said. year. Everyone likes to in Belmont, Calif., near the the state high school football the faster game of basketball, last year. Brent Roy, guard, The team's weakness is up and down the floor,' HAMMER ELECTRIC San Francisco International championshipplayoffs, which slows the players and Medley and Detoro are the lack of size up front, said. Airport. "After three practices 1 causes blisters'on the feet. remaining starters from last "The big question mark is As for how Liberty wJ The top seven male and can't tell you a whole lot," Playing for Liberty is a season, how good our front line will in its first year in the TAC KFR STAPLE GUN top seven female runners Ingles said of his round-bunchoffairlygoodathletes, "I think we're going to be. There are no big players, mount League, only from five regional qualifiers bailers. Forwards Mike four of whom were starters have some real fine guard and there are no six-five tell. The league opener *GREAT FOR *UL APPROVED Q held throughout the U.S. will Medley and Pete Detoro, last year when Liberty played play out of Miles and Roy. moms and dads in the area to home Dec. 11 against INSULATION 2295 e6DIFFEREN T 1 9-- 'WE besent, allexpensespaid, to starters last year, gurardRoy an independent schedule win- They were playing real well bring us any either," lngles ingchampion the national championship Medley and forward Dean ning eight of 20. towards the end of last said. "1 should be able eLOADS EASILY STAPLE SIZES A. Dec. 8 in San Diego's Balboa Graham all played football. The most talented returnee season and both have grown Jamey Sidell, a junior, is you a lot more about Park. Besides not being able to in Ingles' estimation is guard and improved, the tallest player on the season after we play practice, the players are car- Todd Miles, a junior who "We're a guard-oriented squad at 6-5. But he's just a Ingles said. 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