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THE ISSAQUAH PRESS SECTION WEDNESDAY9 DECEMBER 30, 2009 Uberty High School's track team runs some warmup sprints during practice March 10 on an unseasonably snow-covered football field. Photos by Greg Farrar Above, Connor SJolander, Liberty High School junior forward, is fouled by Mount Si junior post Taylor Campbell during a Jan. 23 basket- ball game. At right, Mark Mullet, standing in his Issaquah Highlands drive- way Jan. 9, is the first owner in the state to take delivery of the all- electric Tesla Roadster. Above, workers from Belfor Properties Restoration begin on Dec. 11 to repair water damage to the Village Theatre First Stage audi- torium, caused by ceiling sprinkler pipes broken by the cold weather. At left, Mikey Inman, 10 (left), and brother Marshall, 8, are much safer bicycle users after completing obstacle courses and having bicy- cle safety checks per- formed June 13 at the annual Bike Safety Fair. At far left center, maple tree leaves turn brilliant fall colors Oct. 22 on a residential street in the Issaquah Highlands. ,] Above, Sunnybrook Montessod kindergarteners, being supervised Jan. left, Alexis Court, a Liberty senior, roots for Alex Kaser and the rest of the state championship semifinal game against Lakes on Nov. 27. 7 by two teachers, watch Issaquah Creek rising near their school. At football team with other fans at the Tacoma Dome for the Patriots' 3A ........ ._!_ rl ................. ...... ~ Imlllrer