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The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, December 14, 1983 - Page 11 rmnasts win first meet of the season The girls' gymnastics team Newport ll4 to 108 outstanding par- [cipants were Laureen Jody Francis, Jenni- fer Brelsford and Pauline Neault. Moore placed second 0n the floor and bars. Fran- placed third on the floor fourth on beam. Brels- placed first on the third on the vault, on the bars and fifth the floor. Neault placed on the bars, and third on vault and beam. Pat Hatmaker feels team has a lot of up- ,ruing talent with the class. Along with pes to place the top of the league. Issaquah's next meet will at Interlake on Thursday p.m. Super Spartan Kelle Ingersoll, daughter of Betty and N.A. Ingersoll, of Issaquah, has received the Super Spartan award for "dedication, enthusiasm and team spirit" in her per- formance for the University of Dubuque, Iowa, women's volleyball team. The award was given at the annual Fall Sports Awards Banquet, Indians beat Inglemoor, lose to Newport Patriots defeat Bellevue Christian, The Issaquah Runnin' In- dians ran out of steam Friday night losing to a very good ' Newport team, 67-59. The Knights were led by Mix takes high point, sets record With seven firsts, three seconds, and one third, Eric Mix won the High Point trophy and set a meet record in the 400 I.M. at the 8th An- nual Totem Lake Invitational swim meet held at Juanita High School December 2-4. Representing the Issaquah Swim Team were Leslie Mix, Shane Volk, Amy Shaefer, All Krastins, Eric Mix, Karen Kennedy, Megan Green, Doug Salazar, Mike Cutler, Scott Schaefer, and Craig Lemley. All swimmers achieved their best time for Now's the time for interior held December 4, on the one or more of their events. -ups. Check the classifieds Iowa campus. She is a There were 27 teams present r qualified help. junior, with a total of 333 swimmers. wrestlers pinned, by Inglernoor The Issaquah wrestling IHS came back in t ei - plans in their weight class was defeated their first cond match December 8 by during the Lake Washington against Inglemoor 36- defeating Bothell, 35-33. invitational on December 10'. Speed, Carlton and LeFrandt all won their weight classes. John Shammon and Tim Mooreland both came in se- cond in their class. Nye came in 4th in his and Wicks came in 5th in his. Coach Roger Wilson still hopes to fill three vacant weight classes. Douglas Dew December 7. The points for Issaquah awarded to four John Shammon six points for a pin in Edward Carlton receiv- i five points for a reversal !d a near fall. Rich :received five points t0r a near fall and Jeff Nye as awarded three points for a reversal. Chris Speed received six points for his pin in just 35 seconds. John Shammon earned four points for his reversal and near fall. Tim Mooreland's pin in 1:35 earned him six points. Craig Wicks earned four points, and both Dwain Temcov and Rich LeFrandt earned three points. Issaquah had three cham- dian girls roll over Newport 55-33 On Friday, December 9, girls basketball traveled to Newport beat the Knights 55-33. a thoroughly defensive the lndians outscored in two quarters by points. Leading scorer of the was Senior Laura 18 ,oi,ts..Senior )hanie Doyle had 13 Hnts, Junior Cindy and Senior Sherilyn Sophomore Sophie pool hours The cold weather may in- )t some holiday plans, at the lssaquah Pool. many swims for and adults during holidays. The adult swims will re- the same except for a 'riday, 8:30-9:30 p.m. on December 23 d 30. The public swims will in- Berry and Junior Cindy Wickett each scored 5. Battling through their first game with lnglemoor a regular game with lnglemoor December 7, Cindy Wickett scored the tying basket with 20 seconds left to bring the game into overtime. Tile Indians battled through a grueling Overtime with three starters on the bench. Berry put in a basket to tie the overtime. Hickam for holidays clude Monday, Wednesday: Friday 10-11 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday: 2:30-4 p.m. and the usual evening public swim from 7:30-8:30 pm. All other programs will remain the same. The pool will be closed December 24-27 and December 31-January 2. Lessons will begin on January 16. school registration still open Registration for the Issa- Ski School is still open, all classes beginning 7. Registration are available from offices or by calling Administrative Assistant, at 643-4734. A number of changes have incorporated for this including a substan- reduction in price. Other include offering a instructor class at Mountain, and the opportunity to purchase dis- count lift coupons for the Ski Acres program. The eight-week school is entirely financed by student registration fees, and is the largest extra curricular pro- gram in the district. The school is co-sponsored by the Issaquah School District and the Parent Teacher Student Association. Further information is available by calling 643-4734. host Turkey Shoot Rifle Shoots. Events start at noon, and turkeys and hams will be awarded to winners. Come out and test your skill and luck, or just come watch. put in a basket to put the team up by two and Wickett scored and put the team up by four with the final score of Indians 53, lnglemoor 49. Senior Shelley Shaw came in and played l0 minutes and had 8 rebounds. Leading scorers of the game were l,avine 16 poj, nts, a_13.re- bounds, and i-:Iickam with 16 points. Senior Carla Gosnell had 6 points. Kelly Magnet Twin sisters qualify for iunior nationals At the Husky Invitational meet December 2-4, Laurie Montreuil qualified for Junior Nationals in the 200 Breast with a time of 2:27.36, and placed 8th in the event. Kristin Montreuil qualified in three events; 1000 Free, 3rd, 10:24.45; 1650 Free, 2nd, 17:21.52; and 200 Back, 6th, 2:11.46. Kristin also came in 12th, 100 Back, 1:02.93. Braun takes third at meet On December 3rd and 4th, Port Orchard's Puget Sound Swim Club held its annual Mistletoe Meet. Julie Braun took third in the 200 Breast and sixth in both the 500 Free and 100 Breast. There were 11 teams represented, with about 100 swimmersl Swim- ming for Issaquah were Robin Rushfeidt, Noelle Roundy, Julia Braun, and Marsha Armstrong. All of Issaquah's swimmers receiv- ed several best times in their events. The Issaquah Sportsmen's will host is annual Turkey Shoot day, December 18 at the Range. will include Runn- Deer, Trap Shoots, Pistol and 100 and 200 yard For more information, call the range at 392-331 I. How much do you know about EXTEN D ED- WEAR soft contact lenses? Dld you know that... Soft contact lenses can now be worn foras long as 30 days? Practically every common vision problem can be corrected with EXTENDED- WEA R soft contact lenses ? Many people who need bifocals are now Wearing EXTENDED-WEAR soft contact lenses ? You can have a FREE trial examination to determine if you too can look better and feel younger with EXTENDED- WEAR soft contact lenses ? VARIETY DEPT. WINE AND BI-ER BAKED GOODS O, D*. 85 NW Alder, Issaquah Phone 392-5381 CALL US TODA I'! Mark H. Cohn, Doctor of Optometry 15650 N.E. 24th Bellevue 6'5" senior Sam Simmons who scored 29 points. Issy stayed close early in the game, trailing the Knights at the end of the first quarter 18-12. The Indians continued to be tough early in the second quarter. Although they trailed by nine with 4:50 to go, they came back, and cul the lead to 5, 25-20, with 3:00 remaining. Newport thor pulled away to run the leac up to ten at the half, 36-26. Sophomore David Lavim hit a shot with 5:40 left ir third to make the score 46. 41. But that was as close a the Indians came the rest el the game, as Newport built the lead to 16 in the fourth. Junior Kevin Landdeck was the Indian's leading theylost68-62, but whi ed by Eastside Catholic scorer with 15 points. Juniors Leading scorers besides pp Steve Modderman and Mark Landdeck were Ainsworth Ainsworth each had 10. The with 19, Lavine with 12, and Indians continued to shoal junior Pete Erickson with 8. Liberty girls' basketball Patriot aggression turned in- and by Cindy McBride, who well from the freethrow line, The Junior Varsity team, team last Saturday played an to Eastside Catholic foul had a total of 7 rebounds, hitting 11 out 16. It was nicknamed the "Killer exciting quick-paced game, shooting, which hurt the and 4 points for the game. Issy's first loss in three Bees," dominated Newport, only to be defeated 63-33, by Patriot's close score. The Patriots won 31-21, games, as they ran out to an 18 point Eastside Catholic High The fourth quarter was December 6 against Bellevue Last Tuesday, the Indians lead in the first quarter. New- School. filled with only eight Patriot Christian High. The Patriots beat lnglemoor in a thriller, port cut the lead to 2 in the The girls pressed the first points, played an evenly-matched as Landdeck scored 22 third, but the Indians still quarter with 4 successful Leading scorer was quick game, and were rarely more points, won by 19, 77-58. turnovers as a result. The guard Misty James, who than two baskets ahead Ainsworth scored with Sophomore Kevin Field Patriots shot 15 times with a added a total of ten points to throughout the four 2:551eft in the first quarter to scored 14 points in the first final first half score of 26-12, the final score. Kim quarters. put Issy on top to stay at 25- quarter and finished with 18. EastsideCatholic. McManus was the second Leading scorers with 8 24. They led at the half 30- Sophomore Brian Salem Down by 14 points, Liber- highest scorer for the points a piece, were Cindy 24. scored 15 as did junior Jeff ty came back on the court Patriots, with a total of 7 McBride and Misty James. The Indians built up a 16- Bakken. playing as the unified team to points. Good team defense was point lead in the fourth until Issaquah plays Juanita, the bring the third quarter score Strong support on the played by Heide Jepson and the Vikings put on a furious number one team in the state to an eight-point lead by backboards was given by Cindy Medley. rally. Inglemoor cut the lead at Juanita Friday. Eastside. Cindy Medley, DeAnna --DeAnna Webb to 6 but couldn't get closer as --Rick VandeBrake In the fourth retorter, Webb, Carole Hackansnn. m Bonel Beef Chuck Roast U.S.D.A. 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