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Page 12 - The Issaquah Press, December 17, 1986 Sports lell, Issy wrestlers take Issy&apos;s firs" swim meet down Bothell, Bellevue nets Tw,o state qualifiers On December 9 lssaquah's wrestling team won their first meet of a busy week, at home against Bothell, 46-24. lssaquah won at weights 115, 129, 135, 141, 148, 178 and 190 pounds. Seniors Scott Stull, Darren Greenhalgh, Rick Harris and junior Brian Bernsten all did very well in their matches, ac- cording to Coach Brian Mullen. "It's still early and we're still growing," said Mullen. lssaquah then went on to win their second meet of the week against Bellevue on December 11 at Bellevue High School, 48-19. Issy won weights at 101, 108, 122, 129, 135 and 141. Some wrestlers who did ex- ceptionally well were Stull at 122 pounds, junior Mark Kenneally at 135 pounds and senior Jason Shaman at 141 pounds. Chris Budzius, Bernsten, Todd Wicks and Greenhalgh also looked solid at their weights, according to Mullen. The finale of the week was the Lake Washington Invita- tional on December 13. lssa- quah placed fifth out of eight teams that day. Shaman placed fourth at 141 pounds, Bernsten placed fourth at 190 pounds, Bud- zius placed second at 108 ’ Despite some outstanding state in his 200-yard freestyle state hopeful this year, ...... individual performances, the (1:51.31), and qualified for score of 190.45. pounds, Stull placed second lssaquah High boys swim the districts in the 100-yard finished at 169.15. Also at 122 pounds and Wicks was team lost a dual meet against freestyle. Freshman Eric Mix ing for lssy was the champion heavyweight. Newport last week by a nar- made his high school debut McFadden who see Weights 115 and 168 had row 91-8t. with state qualifying times in 103.45 for a sixth to be forfeited in all three The loss didn't bother the 200-yard IM (2:03.77) finish. meets because no one on the Coach Jerry Johnston. In- and the 500-yard freestyle Although much of the l team qualifies for those stead, he was very pleased (4:59.66). Andrew Croasdell ing attention has been weights, with the way his team swam. qualified for districts in the ed on Toney, Hacking is "It was a good meet," he 200-yard IM, then teamed up having "If we had those two said. "This is the best dual with Lemleyand Mix for a "I hope to make it to weights we probably Could have gotten third place," meet team we've had in a district qualifying time in the along with David," long time for the boys." 400-yard freestyle relay. Hacking. "I think that said Mullen. "I thought the Several Issy swimmers The Indian diving crew new team of divers have e kids wrestled very well." made district qualifying also made a big splash in the of potential." The next meet will be times and two hit state times homemeet. David Toney and The team's next tomorrow, December 18, in this first meet of the Ryan Hacking finished first Thursday at Juanita against lnglemoor at Issa- quah High School at 7:30 season. Craig Lemley made and third overall. Toney, a The meet starts at 3:30 p.t p.m. Young Sockeyes do well at Rainier A-AA meet Liberty grapplers have mixed pre-season results In their first three dual meets of the season, the Liberty High wrestlers have won one, lost two and taken second at the Mt. Si Take Down Tourney. The 49-18 win came December 8 against the TolL Demons. Pins were recorded by Mike Jacobsen, Larry Babcock, Brian Flattum and Dave Bomba. Winning by decision were: Dave Davis, Zack Antovich, Raul Rivera, Brian Haley and Jim Hutton. Hutton was named "Patriot of the Match" by Coach Chuck Olson after he fought a tough opponent and came from behind in the last few moments to win the deci- sion. "The team wanted to set a tone for the match against Enumclaw coming up," said Oison at the time. "And, you can tell by the score that they are ready." But readiness was not enough to get the Patriots past the always-tough Enumclaw Hornets. Liberty fell to Enumclaw 45-19 on December 11. "It was an excellent effort and much closer than the final score reflected," said Olson. Both Flattum and Bomba pinned their opponents, with Bomba needing only 50 seconds to record his win. Davis won by decision 3-2, and Eric Pierce won 13-5. IHS gymnasts unbeaten V  In pre00season n ts tnc Issaquah High gym- nastics team is sitting pretty with a 2-0 pre-season record after a big 129.3-44.0 win over Juanita last week. The Indians won every event against the Rebels and swept the first six places in the vault and the first three in the bars. The overall honors again went to Lea Trujillo with a score of 29.05. Trujillo finished first in the vault and floor exercises. She tied for first with Robin Martin on the beam and finished second on the bars. Close behind her in the overall standings was Kim Arnold, who took top honors in the bars and finish- ed second in the vault, floor exercises and beam. Other top finishers in the vault were Sara Short with 7.05, Mandy Sandberg with 6.95 and Martin and Michelle Soden both with 6.9. Lee Konarski aided the sweep in the bars with a 6.1 third- place finish. Currently, the Indians are tied for first place in the KingCo League with three The Issaquah Swim Team Draughon 1st 100 Boys 8 & under: continues to produce strong backstroke, 3rd 50 fly; Talli H o p m a n 1 s t competitors in its youngest P a n t i 1 a t 1 s t 1 0 0 b r ea s t s t r o k e, 2 n d Pierce earned the "Patriot of  swimmers. Top places were breaststroke, 2nd 50 freestyle, 2nd 50 fly, the Match" honors. .... taken by 13 Sockeyes com- breaststroke, backstroke, 1st 100 The Patriots' other loss peting against more than 200 for boys l0 & under; B| came on December 4, when . swimmers in the recent Girls II & 12: Terry Jones Jones-3rd 50 fly. the team fell to Lindbergh Rainier Valley A-AA swim - 2nd 100 freestyle, 3rd 50 Boys 9 & 10: Steven 55-19. Davis was the honored meet. backstroke; Karen Patilat - -- 1st 50 fly, 1st wrestlerin that match. Those placing in the top 1 s t 5 0 fly, 1 st 1 00 backstroke. The second-place finish in three in individual events are: breaststroke, 2nd 200 Boys II & 12: the Mt. Si tourney on Girls, 8andunder: Aimee freestyle;LeighAllen-3rd50 Croasdell 1st 1 December 6 was a big morale Cooper- 2nd, 50 freestyle, fly; Krista Morris - 1st 200 b a c k s t r o k e, 2 n d booster for the team. First Girls 9 & 10: Shannon freestyle, 2nd 100freestyle. breaststroke. place finishers included: Boys 13 & 14: Davis, Haley, Hutton, Bab- IHS girls ioc,,king Walker- 2nd 100 freesl cock and Bomba. Second 2nd 200 freestyle, 3rd place winners were: An- fo baske // i In addition, those tovich, Rivera and Flattum. r t  w/' mers dropping time Andy Jensen placed third, achieve AA time "It was a great effort by are Shannon Draugh the team," said Olson. Terry Jones, Karen Liberty travels to Gig Her- Leigh Allen, Nicolas Ht bor this afternoon and heads man, Ross Croasdell a to Tyee tomorrow. Erick Petschke. The --Jeff Myers achieving one or more times are Talli Pantil Karen Pantilat, and Ross Croasdeii. other teams. Coach Pat Hat- maker says if you go by total points, her team is fifth overall. She expects them to do very well. "This year's team is ex- perience d , even the freshmen have been in gymnastics before," says Hatmaker. "Right now we're fifth in points, and we're looking forward to the rest of the season." The team's next meet is tomorrow at Inglemoor. --Joel Pentland Issaquah's Ryan Hacking makes a perfect impression as he enters the water. Photo by Linda Thielke. After their first four games, Issaquah High girls' basketball team has a record of 0-4. The team lost its first game December 5 when Lake Washington beat Issy 44-24. Issy's top scorer was junior Penny Tracy, with 10 points to her credit. Sophomore , four points. Last Wednesday, Issaquah" lost to Bellevue by a score of 65-50. Tracy was the top scorer with 18 points. Junior Jody Strang scored 10 points, Davis scored eight and junior Amy Berry scored seven points. On December 12, Mercer Island beat the In- dians 59-32. The top scorer was again Tracy, with 16 points, and junior Kriss Anderson scored four. On Saturday the 13th, Newport defeated Issy by a score of 71-27. 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