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Page 10- The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, December 14, 1983 Sports Issaquah Area Youth Soccer Division Champions The Issaquah Strikers won East Division Under 13 championship with a record of 9-0-1. Ex- cellent overall team play and improved player skills overall contributed to the wins. Defense allowed only 11 goals in 10 games, while the offense scored 56 goals. Bottom, from left: Marie Agudelo, Steve Taube, Phil Stromstad, Casey Chase, John Rampy, Matt Daly, and Ryan Greenwell. Top, from left: Assistant Coach Don Sorensen, Del Carson, Chad Kopkas, Adam Levi, Chris Glover, Robert Flintoft, Eric Mix, Bill Harris and Mike McFadden. Missing: Coach Don Kopkas, Jim Montgomery, and Doug Kruyt. The Issaquah Bears took the championship in the Under 14 North Division for the straight year with 54 goals for and 12 scored against. Their record was 10-1. scorers were Scott Getchell, Mark Hanken, Tyler Dion and Greg Olson. Bottom row: Hanken, Greg Olson, Charlie Imperatori, Scott Getchell, Nick Rebhuhn, David Goat David Schneider and Devin Spero. Top row: Coach Mac Hawley, Tyler Dion, Phil Coach Dan Boeschen, Matt Engle, Doug Boeschen, Craig Lemley, Tom Hawley, Brown and Coach Ron Hanken. The Rowdies went undefeated during their 11-game regular season to run away with the boy's Under 11 South Division Championship. The Rowdies defeated their opponents by an average of three goals per game. Perhaps the highlight of the year was during the Canadian exchange, when the boys came home to defeat the Burnaby Celtics-United 5-2 after being held to a 3-3 tie in Canada. Front row, from left: Aaron Slagle, Jeremy Dion, lan Robinson, Aaron Thomas, Dave Sorensen, Danny Desmond and Danny Sorensen. Stan- ding: Mark Berens, Tommy Sanford, Troy Olson, Brandon Orbanosky, Alex Glover, Jonathan Daly, and Mike Brown. Coaches are Roger Berens and Steve Orbanosky. Miss- Ing: Niklas Chrlstensen and Coach Chris McNabb. The Soundees won the Girls North Division Under 15 Championship with a team record of 6-2-1. The majority of the team has been together for seven years. Shannon Stoddard had two hat tricks and the all-important goalie duties were shared by Becky Harris and Tiffany Rogers. Back row, from left: Carl Russell, Becky Harris, Diana Rackers, Coach Ann Rackers, Shannon Stoddard, Tina Reidel, Assistant Coach David Webb, Marti Porter, Monica Halbert and Tiffany Rogers. Front row, from left: Stephanie Gray, Brenda Fogg, Nancy Dieson, Teri Gentry, Lisa Webb, Cori Drumhellar, Jenny Goodfellow and Lori Brown. The Issaquah Thunderbirds won their division championship for the second vear in a by wmn'ng the U-15B North Division with a recor'd of 8-1-1. Leading sco'rers for Thunderbirds were Tim Doyle with 20 goals and Scott Mantel with 9. Bill Sumrall outstanding midfield play while Willie Schoentrup and' Ethan Lynette had solid performances. In goal for the Thunderbirds was Duane Petzoldt. On Sunday, December 11, the Thunderbirds won the EYSA U-15B December Tel lent by defeating the Issaquah Totems 6 to 1. They advanced to the tournament downing the Newport Wildcats 3 to 0 and the Bellevue Strikers 7 to 1. Back Row: Coach Ron Mantel, Mike Pearson, Slade Schuller, Duane Petzoldt, Bill rail, Damon Jones, Steve McFarland, Scott Mantel, Coach Dave Doyle. Front RoW: Kapaun, Tim Doyle, Greg Brown, Scott Stevens, Ethan Lynette, Willie Schoentrup, Johnson. moving In? CHRISTMAS i,:,q COME IN AND REGISTER TO WINA YOU might not think =o when the living room', still I   l :A S A." J:" itCC[l"=wG't"B'::rw''&'J'c"t:'"'. I' Unusua/Chnstmas-T---:eG,fts | iT FinesFRESHtselec ion, GreatpCUT & LIVING i = TRIP FOR 2 a%l:Ttll'htenuPyurfamllywlthmyba=ketfglfts" I Wooden Lamps, Furniture T.W. . ,,...w .., .,, m.. . l i I , .C.oc,,wit,,can,,,navian,.owers , rice00' ' o,. TO PUERTO VALLARTA, "0//7/]1/-0/ I * Tablecloths. 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