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Wednesday. October 19. 1994 Tennis. . . Continued from BI. “Tonight could have gone both ways. You just can’t tell how something like this is going to come out," said Newport coach Bob Cleland, who retired at the end of last season only to return for the beginning of this one. “I think our kids played consistent- ly and played well. This is as close as it gets.” Five of the nine matches took three sets to decide a winner. Three of those involved tiebreak— ers. Amundsen - who has worked his way up the Islander ladder into the No. 2 singles slot — saw his last chance for a Kingco team title slip away when Berman and McClure took control inside the Country Club to win 7-5, 6-3. “I thought for sure that we could win,” said Amundsen, who won a state doubles champion- ship last spring with then-partner Milt Reimers. “Last year was somewhat expected because Newport was so good. This was the hardest to take.” . AMUNDSEN DOMINATED his first set against McClure in smgles by winning 6-2. Then he became somewhat distracted and lost 4-6. “You have to keep attacking A.J.,” said Amundsen. “I did that the first set. Then I got sucked into playing A.J.’s game, just sitting back there on the baseline.” . With the third Set tied at 4-4, Amundsen rebounded from a 15:40 deficit to hold his serve. Wlth McClure down 4-5 and serv— ing, Amundsen had four straight match points...and couldn’t win them. Inevitably the match flowed into a tiebreaker. Amundsen’s first serve was an ace. He took a 5—0 lead before finally closing out at 7-3. With senior Chris Mulally pull- ing out a 7-5, 6-0 win over Steve Fortney, the Islanders believed their depth would result in a vic- tory, but Newport took control by winning two of the final three sin- gles matches. Swim. . . —- Continued ii'om BI. individual medley and the 500 freestyle. Against Newport the freshman won the 100 backstroke in 1:04.10 and finished second be— } hind‘ Strasburger in the 200 free- style. Who ended up winning the IM and 500 freestyle? Williams, another freshman, of course. Her times of 2:16.93 in the IM and 5: 15.34 in the 500 free- style were both ,state-qualifying standards. “I wanted to let them try something different,” Ceteznik said. “Lauren and Chace are Ilir Service bu Casino Express, Boeing 737's. RED LION INN 51 ,GLKO, NEVIIDR Strike Gold In Eiko - The Real Jackpot TripsStart from Greg Takeuchi upset Josh Gribble at No. 4 singles with a 6—0, 6-4 win. Adam Rittenhouse took three sets to beat Nick Gra- ber at No. 5, 6-4, 2-6, 6-1. Only Snyder, a freshman play- ing at No. 6, could win for the Is- landers, beating Marc Ritten- house 6-2, 3-6, 7-6. Snyder won the final set with a 7—5 score in the tiebreaker. “We had to come out of sin— gles 3-3 and we did,” said Cle- land. “Then it was up to whoever could win two of those doubles matches.” The key win, really, came at No. 3 where Newport’s Hunter tough so we could do that. espe- cially with Jenny back. It gives us so much more flexibility.” The Islanders showcased an emerging will to dominate by winning six of the last seven events. Lambert did her part by win- ning the 100 breaststroke in a time of 1:13.28, with King fin- ishing second in 1:15.87. One trait behind Mercer Is- land’s recent success has been the ability to peak at just the right time. . .late in the season. It appears that this Islander squad Includes round trip air, room accommodations at the Gold Countru for overnight trips, Fun Pak. Departs Seattle Red Eyes: lO/Zi, 10/28 CflLl. 1-800-258-8800 Our reservationlsts are available seven days week. Some restrictions applu. Fares and dates subject to change. ISLAND SECURITY SYSTEMS Andrea Marchese Mercer Island sophomore Daniel Corey returns a backhand against New- port’s Jeremy Berman during their No. 1 singles match last Thursday. Berman won the match, 64, 6-2. and Schulz stretched out a 6-7 (6—8), 6-4, 7-5 win over Mercer Is- land’s Greenberg and Russell. After the match moved inside, Gribble and Mulally took over to beat Takeuchi and Adam Rittenshouse, 4-6, 6-1, 6-3. But Berman and McClure road their early momentum to a 7-5, 6-3, victory over Amundsen and Corey. The Kingco Tournament starts Monday morning at the Nordstrom Tennis Center on the University of Washington cam- pus, with matches continuing on Tuesday through the finals on Wednesday. shares the same determination.7 “These kids just keep on amazing me.” said Ceteznik. “They’re ready every time and , they go after it. They rise to any challenge." 5.? *2, Prep Scoreboard FOOTBALL Newport 41 Mercer Island 7 FrI.,Oct.14 Newport Mercer Island 71987-41 7000-7 FIRST QUARTER Ml— Jeremy Peterson 6 run (Owen Pochman kick) 4:48. N — Chun La 2 run (Jeff Dolan kick) 7:54. SECOND QUARTER N — La 5 run (kick tailed) 2:00. N La 1 run (run tailed) 6:02. N— La 11 run (Dolan kick) 10:07. THIRD QUARTER N Sacha Sarieddine 1 run (Shane McCormick run) 8:46. FOURTH QUARTER N — McCormick 9 run (Dolan kick) 6:54. New MI First Downs 18 14 Rushes-Yards 48-280 33-164 Passing Yards 0 80 Comp-Att-Int 0-0-0 9-15-1 Punts-Avg. 1-32.0 2-29.5 Fumbles-Lost 4-0 2-1 Penalties-Yards 5-30 1 1 -9 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing — Newport: Chun La 15-82, Sacha Sarieddine 13-108, Shane McCormick 12-67. Mike Boden 5-20, Dan Johnson 1-7. Skipper Moody 1-1. Tim Jones 1—(minus 5). MI: Jamal Hill 13-92. Jeremy Peterson 12-55. Ryan Houle 5-21. Kasey Thompson 2-(minus 4). o 0Passing— Ml: Thompson 9-15-80. Hill -1- . Receiving— MI: Hill 3-41. Jessie Dubey 3-24. Eric Dendy 2-12. Scott Sprowls 1-3. GIRLS SWIMMING Mercer Island 1 131/: Newport 72‘/: Thurs. Oct. 13 200 medley relay- MI (Lauren Williams. Sarah Lambert. Mollie LeCIercq. Maya Jones) 1:59.35; MI (Chace Kloppenburg, Kristi King. Beverly Li. Colleen Helsel) 2:03.06; New (Samantha Kunkel, Carly Barrett. Corcoran. Nelson) 2:03.38. 200 iree— Jenny Strasburger (MI) 1:54.17; Kloppenburg (MI) 2:02.07; Monica Randall (N) 2:06.49. 200 iM— Williams (MI) 2:16.93; Lambert (MI) 2:21.20; Kunkel (N) 2:24.68; LeClercq (MI) 2:25.74. 50 iree— Jenny Jackson (N) 25.38; Tatum Lipman (Ml) 25.80; Jones (MI) 26.81. DIvIng— Kelly Persinger (N) 230.65; Crys- tal Gregorio (N) 212.65; Jenniter Vetter (MI) 185.90; Tara Cook (MI) 160.10: Marisa Hahn (Ml) 134.60. 100 fly— Ellen Sukovich (N) 1:02.74; LeClercq (MI) 1:03.95; Li (Ml) 1:08.55. 100 tree — Strasburger (MI) 53.90; Jackson (N) 55.63; Lipman (M!) 57.12. 500 tree— Williams (MI) 5:15.34; Randall (N) 5:34.70; Karyn Meyer (MI) 5:49.73: Annie Hess (MI) 5:59.82. 200 tree relay- Ml (Lipman. Jones. Lambert, Strasburger) 1:45.00; New (Jackson. Eva Dusek. Randall. Sukovich) 1:46.00: New (Nelson, Barrett, Burton. Laurie Ramsted) 1:52.20. 100 back- Kloppenburg (MI) 1:04.10; Kunkel (N) 1:05.69; Corcoran (N) 1:08.70. 100 breast~ Lambert (MI) 1:13.28; Kristi King (Ml) 1:15.87; Brooke Baunsgard (N) 1:18.74. 400 tree reley— MI (Kloppenburg. Wil- liams. Lipman. Strasburger) 3:45.36; New (Jackson. Dusek, Randakk, Sukovich) 3:55.17; MI (Anett Ari, Hess. LeClercq. Meyer) 4:12.72. CROSS COUNTRY BOYS Mercer Island 20 Sammemlsh 44 Bellevue 60 at Island Crest Park, 3.0 miles Thurs., Oct. 13 Scott Johnson (S) 16:25; Seth LeCIercq (MI) 16:34; Garth Venderhouwen (MI) 16:53; Bryan Odegard (MI) 16:57; Tony Scarlngl (Ml) 17:12; Pat Flnn (MI) 17:32; Dodo Chap- man (S) 17:40; Donnie Fellows (MI) 17:42; Aaron Uhrmacher (Ml) 17:42; Jason Dadakis (B) 17:45. GIRLS Mercer Island 15 Bellevue DO Sammamlsh DO Cori Collier (S) 20:30; Carlo Fowler (MI) 20:36; Caroline Christy (S) 20:56; Anna Stewart (MI) 21:04; Hillary Genlse (S) 21:27; . Elizabeth Leber (MI) 21:28; Jessica Connolly (MI) 21:36; le Howle (MI) 21:53; Adrianne Burns (MI) 21:56; Dana Vanderhouwen (MI) 22:06. ' VOLLEYBALL MI dot. Juanita 15-6, 13-15, 15-10, 15-8 Wed, Oct. 12 MERCER ISLAND— Becky Myers 8 kills; Maria Campbell 4 ills, 4 aces; Lis Bowling 4 Mercer Island Reporter kills, 2 blocks: Christie, Duty 4 kills: Taryn McDonald 2 kills. JUANI'I’A— Jessica VenKornsn 11 kilo: Wendy Fletcher 4 kills. 5 aces: Lisa Bishop 7 assists. 4 aces; Tonia Winchester 6 kills; Nikki Bahr 13 assists. GOLF Inglomoor 215 Mercer Island 107 st Inglewood Country Club (par-73) Mon., Oct. 17 MEDALIST: Scott lsenhath (I) 76. MERCER ISLAND— Ryan Schmidt 88. Alex Bingham 66. Tyler Engvall 66. Eric Jails 66. Jon Rubenstein 90. Ryan Osborne 101. INTERLAKE — Clint Elsemore 64, lsenhslh 76. Brian Flugstad 81, Matt Morell 83. Mike Gamache 96, Jeff Aammitt 98. GIRLS SOCCER W Mercer Island 5 Redmond o Thurs., Oct. 13 GOALS: Samantha Weiss (unassisted) 5:00: Dana Bolton (Julie Marine assist) 16:00: Jennifer Baker (Traci Cassan) 16:00; Manna (Weiss) 71 :00; Baker (Bolton) 79:00. OOALIES: Merrill Shattuck (R) and Bonnie Yocum (R): Megan Ohno (Ml). BOYS TENNIS Mercer Island Eastlalto 1 Tue., Oct. 11 SINGLES~ Daniel Corey (Ml)de1. Mike Kir- chotl 6—1. 6-1; Chn‘s Amundsen (Ml) def. Cory Wood 7-6 (7-3). 6-2: Josh Gribble (MI) def. Scott Morgan 6-1. 3-6. 6-3: Nick Greber (Ml) det. Joel Eme 6-3. 6-4; Dalibor Snyder (Ml) dot. Ryan Metzger 6-2. 6-3; Monte Wong (MI) dot. Charles Vona 6-1. 6-2. DOUBLES‘ Seth Greenberg-Will Russell (Ml) det. Ems-Vane 6-3. 61; Ricky Doyle-Bred Holtan (MI) del. Wood-Peter Houtrow 6-3. 64: Tyler HIIIstead-Ben Walker (E) out. Peter Lewicki-Mike Backes 76 (7-3). 6-2. Newport 5 Mercer Island 4 Thurs.. Oct. 13 SINGLES— Jeremy Berman (N) dot. Corey 6-4. 6-2; Amundsen (MI) del. A.J. McClure 6-2. 4-6, 7-6 (7-4); Chris Mulally (Ml) del. Steve Fortney 7-5, 6-0; Greg Takeuchi (N) def. Gribble 6-0. 6-4; Adam Rittenhouse (N) del. Graber 6-4. 2-6. 6-1; Snyder (MI) deI. Marc Rittenhouse 6—2, 3-6. 7-6 (7-5). DOUBLES— Berman-McClure (N) def. Corey-Amundsen 7-5. 6—3: Mulally-Gribble (MI) dot. Takeuchi-A. Rittenhouse 4-6. 6-1. 6-3; 001- in Hunter-Scott Schulz (N) def. Seth Greenberg- WIII Russell 6-7 (6-8), 6-4. 7-5. MERCER ISLAND 1994 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE BOTHELL BELLEVUE INGLEMOOR WOODINVILLE 21 in» ’1’ Most people don’t believe we would change our forestry techmques Ml OPP. 7 NEWPORT 41 12 Fri 0 061:. 21 Fri - Oct. 28 Sammamish at M.l. Fri - Nov. 4 SKYWAY SECURITY INSURANCE 112.2159, “THE BEST IN THE BUSINESS” 2856 - 80th Avenue SE - Mercer Island Next to Seafirst Bank 10 At lnterlalte At Issaquah 206-232-7355 % unless it was 1n our 'r\‘\ b best interest. They’re Let’s be frank. Private forests are mainly in business to grow and harvest timber to satisfy public demand for wood.and wood products. ATHLET OF THE WEEK Along the way, we need to make a profit. -, - Yet today, thanks to increased public concerns and emerging environmental science, we’ve learned it’s not enough to manage our forests simply for trees. We also have to consider wildlife, water quality and fish, not to mention Concerns about clearcuts. So now, private forest owners are setting aside stands of trees for birds, small mammals and other wildlife in harvest areas. By leaving a few standing trees in these areas, today’s clearcuts offer greater habitat diversity, which is important to wildlife. We’ve also helped create new regulations in the past, clearcuts used to be “cleaner” looking. But now we know it’s critical \ ' Chris Amundsen Some wildlife. includingxelk. thrive in forage-rich clear- Lauren Williams to leave a certain limiting the size of clearcuts. Clearcuts larger than guts. (zillim ndeid 1:6 cover qtfhtreea Tile k? is ' ' (IT e CO" I I . Freshman Lauren Williams Chris Amundsen needed a iiumbezofznass» 240 acres are now prohibited. And any request to "‘3 “"‘f “" “"1"? W' ' '7 tiebreaker to do it, but the logs “" m er harvest more than 120 acres has to go through a state agency revrew. To find out more, ask for posted two state-qualifying times to win the 200 IM and 500 freester during the Islan’ders’ girls decomposing materials behind. Mercer Island senior won your free guide, A Walk in the Woods. Call toll—free 1-800-45 WOODS ext. 322. his second singles match of the week by beating swimming victory over Newport’s A.J. McClure last Newport last Thursday. Thursday. 62. 4-6, 7-6 (7-4). 1 232-0842 - ISLAND SECURIT egg,“ Your Community Burglar Fire Alarm Co. Washington Forest Protection Association We’re managing private forests so they work for all of us.0 The Farm Arden Tree Farms. Inc. Barker Tree Farm - Blocdcl Timberlands Development. Inc. 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