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Page 10 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, December 7, 1983 Sports Issy girls drop to Foster 51-50 Issaquah's girl's basketball team fell short in the last few minutes against Foster last week, losing 50-51. Senior Laura Lavine foul- ed out two-thirds of the way through the game after con- tributing 18 points and 10 re- bounds. Senior Sherilyn Burnett had 7 points and 11 rebounds, while Junior Cin- dy Hickam added 11 points to the scoreboard. Seniors, Stephanie Doyle and Corie Gosnell each added 3 points with Junior Cindy Whic- kett's 6 points and Sopho- more Sophie Berry's 2 points. On Friday, December 2, the Indians traveled to Blan- chet, winning 53-48. Lavine had 23 points, while Burnett came in second in the shooting with l0 points. Hickam had 7 points and 6 assists, with Gosnell's 6 points, Wickett's 3 points and Doyle and Berry with 2 each. --Kelly Magner Liberty girls lose Jamboree Thursday, December 1 dEans had a strong defensive completed Liberty High press and stolea total of five School's first pry-league times, in the first six minutes conpetition. Liberty of the ten-minute quarter. challenged Issaquah and Liberty, however, also had a Mercer Island High Schools strong defense and managed in a two ten minute quarters to hold the opposing team to at the girls basketball jam- a final score of 13-7, lssa- bores, hosted by lssaquah, quah. Another team included in the A strong defensive game jamboree was Mt. Si. was played by returning Liberty began the jam- Liberty letterman Cindy bores against the hosting McBride, a senior who did a team of Issaquah. The In- good job controlling tim backboard. A very aggressive and well thought-out game was played by forward Cindy Medley, who played a fast and well executed game. Good team support was also provided by Kim McManus, guard; Karl TrEmble; forward, and Heidi Jepson, forward. Liberty will play again Saturday, December 10, at Eastside Catholic. --DeAnna Webb WIU00 UP AGREAT DEAL. i | The 'A' team : state champs Issaquah's poly hockey 'A' team won the state championship at last weekend's 8pecm uwmpics games, held at Issa- quah High. Hundreds of athletes from all over the state arrived in town for competition in volleyball and cross country as well as hockey. Members of the champion team area, back row from left: Jim Beauprey, Rick Davis, Pat Perry, Pat Gam- roth, Jeff Patrick, Erie Burnett, Mark Anderson and Carry Gongia. Front row, from left: John Schoenhals, Dale Richie, saq cad by Kevi --.-, Points the lran awa Issaquah High t ts''twn riva]by a s ]n the trad Itet.,, rts p " pddeck, a spo review r sht fr ]S:27 to g 'p0 put the 1 Wrestling ,y at 18-16 The 1983-84 wrestling season will begin on December 7 atOreas e the p.m. a minute Returning this year are league champion Edward Carlton then mad( and Jeff Joyce. Others returning this year are Chris Speed, Vith four John Shammon, Paul Adams, Rich LeFrandt, Jeff Nye and trend the 11 Paul Werner. Edward Carlton, Jeff Joyce and Paul Wern the half, i went to the State Tournament last year.  took co Roger Wilson is coaching this year after a two year absence, I auarter He has coached wrestling for twenty years. Wilson says hcint lead 'at thinks this year's team is shaping up well, but is concerne.i, 57-'8 about the absence of wrestlers in three classes. The 101, I I  ...... and unlimited weight classes are empty and until they are fill" |i nttefour ed, IHS will suffer a loss of eighteen points, six points perle Issaqu class. Ig the In Girl's baskeball Douglas When asked how he felt about the 1983/84 girls' season, Coach Don Eggart summed it up all in one "Optimistic." This is Eggart's third year coaching at Issaquah, and he says, "This year's team is the best. It has the most potential and enthusiasm l have ever had in all rnY  coaching years." Like any other team, Issaquah has its strengths and nesses. Issy's main weakness falls in being able to carry ball down court. Their strengths lie in many returning players from varsity and JV. When asked about some key players, Coach Eggart naming off almost his whole team. Many of the players will be on the bench for the first part of the game there due to lack of ability, but due to lack of positions on 1 court. Returning senior Laura Lavine, who averaged 23 points a game last year, will be a key player. Lavine is one of the toP  or 10 centers in the state. Junior Cindy Hickam will be a rna' jor asset to the team at the starting guard position. Senior Stephanie Doyle will help keep the team alive with l her leadership abilities and her quickness to outsmart her oP ponent. Seniors Cory Gosnell and Sherilyn Burnett have go0u offensive timing for passing the ball and shooting. I Don Mahoney and Bill Carpenter. The 'A' team won its first game 8-1 and the second game 10-2 for the championship. All Other strong players are junior Cindy Wickett, junior three Issaquah poly hockey teams are coached by Mike Sill and Lucv Lvnch Sapp and senior Shelley Shaw. 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