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Wednesday, December 15, 2004 Mercer Island Reporter A15 BY THE NUMBERS Tuesday, Dec. 7 MERCER ISLAND 40, lIBERTY 31 at Liberty High School Mercer Island 8 15 8 9 -- 40 Liberty 7 8 9 7--31 liberty-- Adryan Major 8, Dave Hatton 7, Scott DeRusha 6, Noah Bartholomew 4, Anthony Kane 4, Bryce Hockett 2. Mercer Island -- Noah Blakney 16, Kael Kristof 13, Michael Woo 5, Carter Newhof 4, Alex Stuck 2. Thursday, Dec. 9 Mercer Island 16 16 10 21 -- 63 dec. Jean Laschever, 8-2. 119 -- Sean MERCER ISt.~ND 51, Bothell .7 16 24 6 -- 53 Embly, MI, pinned Ryan Boser, 2:43. NEWPORT 40 Bothell -- Jake Grant 12, Steven 125 -- Greg Jones, MI pinned Mitch at Mercer Island High School Quackenbush 10, Marcus Morgan 9, Weston, 1:25. 130 -- Peter Miller, L, Marcus Fermon 8, Ryan Arganti 7, Seth pinned Aaron Agnew, 5:38. 135 -- Newport 7 11 8 14 -- 40 Johnson 5, Kevin Davis 2. Parker Faith, MI, dec. Tom Crook, 4-0. Mercer Island 15 14 9 13--51 Mercer Island -- Alex Stuck 17, Noah 140 -- Dan Rock, MI, maj. dec. Chris Mercer Island -- Alex Stuck 16, Blakney 15, Ryan lani 8, Kael Kristof 8, Charles, 13-2. 145 --Tim Danton, L, Carter Newhof 10, Kael Kristof 8, Noah David Kelley 5, Michael Woo 4, Patrick pinned Akiva Kurland 4:28. 152 -- Blakney 5, Ryan lani 5, Grant Hope 4, Ben Dunlop 2, Carter Newhof 2, Tom O'Bara 2. Adam Bailey, L, won by forfeit. 160 -- Chapman 2, Tom O'Bara 1. Josh Munoz, L, pinned Chris Baker, Newport -- Daniel Hagensen 11, 4:50. 171 -- Kenny Gunderson, L, dec. Brandon Mezistrano 1 1 ,Brennon ~ Collin Sedlacek, 8-2. 189 -- Crue Schweikart 6, Matt Wyszogrodski 6, Friday, Dec. 10 Woodard, L, pinned Chris Pothoven, Nell Chalmers 4, Erik Monger 2. LIBERTY 42, . 1:35.215 -- Jesse Johnson, MI, pinned Saturday, Dec. 11 MERCER ISLAND 36 Tyler Hart, 1:23.275 -- Kostya Pospelov, MERCER ISLAND 63, at Mercer Island MI, pinned Jeff Anderson, 2:57. BOTHELL 53 103 -- Luke Hansen, L, pinned Alex ESSEASKEX at Seattle Pacific University Faith, 2:52. 112 -- Daniel Hanks, L, Now Acce New Patients Mercer Island's newest option in orthodontic care At Mercer Island Orthodontics, we offer: State of the art techniques for children, adolescents, and Complimentary initial exams, including in-house x-rays Saturday appointments Most insurance is accepted Affordable payment plans adults. Tuesday, Dec. 7 LIBERTY 54, MERCER ISLAND 51 at Mercer Island High School Liberty 10 16 19 9--54 Mercer Island 11 20 12 8--51 Mercer Island -- EIlie Chapman 13, Elaine Chirls 9, Jessie Paull 8, Georgia Gier 7, Katie Stadius 6, Mika Rothman 4, Melissa Hagen 2, Christine Rasmussen 2. Liberty -- Rebekah Bartholomew 21, Jessie Simons 10, Sarah Barber 5, Rachelle Bartholomew 5, Ashley Hayes 5, Sarah Laws 5, Clair Bergam 3. Thursday, Dec. 9 NEWPORT 71, MERCER ISLAND 36 at Newport High School Mercer Island 8 12 8 8-- 36 Newport 14 20 18 19 -- 71 Newport -- Tricia Dixon 24, Kalla Vavra 17, Dani Quinn 8, Brittany Duerr 5, Kelsey Peterson 5, Jennifer Hull 4, Jordan Kimmerly 4, Stacey Hagensen 2, Patrice McKinnon 2. Mercer Island -- Georgia Gier 10, Dudley, Marie 5.0; Schleusener, Frauke Jessie Paull 8, Ellie Chapman 5, Amanda 6.0; Van Oppen, Dorothy 8.1 5; Nield 4, Meg Farra 3, Christine Rasmussen Shibuya,Kristen 8.2; Govier, Lauren 2, Mika Rothman 2, Katie Stadius 2. 7.6; Almosnino, Galit 8.1; Maritz, Mimi 7.9; Harvey, Olivia 8.0; Ingram, Kelsey Friday, Dec. 10 9.3; Wedlake, Ashley 9.4. All around WOODINVILLE 51, -- Govier, Lauren 27.60; AImosnino, MERCER ISLAND 34 Galit 30.20; Maritz, Mimi 31.00; Harvey, Olivia 34.30; Ingram, Kelsey 37.10; , at Woodinville Wedlake, Ashley 34.90. Mercer Island 7 3 8 16 -- 34 Woodinville 12 15 17 7--51 Woodinville -- LeeAnn Palo 15, Liz Horiatis 8, Amanda Fleischman 6, Arielle Watts 5, Danielle Everett 4, Meghan Thursday, Dec. 9 Flaherty 4, Megan Lombard 4, Annie MERCER ISLAND 143, Dixon 3, Ashley Tuiasosopo 2. INTERLAKE 19 Mercer Island -- Ellie Chapman 13,at Juanita pool Georgia Gier 7, Mika Rothman 6, Melissa Hagen 2, Amanda Nield 2, Jessie Paull 200 medley relay-- 1, MI (lan 2, Christine Rasmussen 2. Kaminski, Ryan Elois, Tad Homchick, Jay Volt) 1:50.0; 2, MI (Jordan Olson, Dennis Lang, Ryan Young, Bill Gorin) GYMNASTICS 1:50.75. 200 freestyle-- 1, MI (Eddie Wednesday, Dec. 8 Cardem,) 2:07.30; 2, Mi, Nick Thorsvit MERCER ISLAND 168.65, 2:09.32. 200 individual medley-- 1, NEWPORT 162.55 Kacakai Swenson, MI, 2:15.15; 2, Evan at Mercer Island Howard, MI, 2:17.50.50 freestyle-- 1, Colin George, MI, 22.85; 2, Olson, MI, 25.67. Diving--. 100 butterfly-- 1, Ryan Vault -- Graham, Natalie 7.2; Hammond (MI) 1:02.19; 2, George Plackis, Christie 7.6; Hedrick, Hannah Stanton (MI) 1:03.62. 100 freestyle-- 8.0; Richmond, Beth 7.4; Govier, Lauren 1, Cardem (MI) 57.12; 2, George (MI) 8.4; Almosnino, Galit 7.7; Maritz, Mimi 59.52. 500 freestyle-- 1, Swenson (MI) 8.1; Harvey, Olivia 8.6; Ingram, Kelsey 5:46.91; 2, OIson (MI) 5:56.63. 200 9.4; Wedlake, Ashley 9.2. Bars -- Ko; freestyle relay-- 1, MI (Gorin, Kaminski, Shelly 3.9; Horn; Brittney 3.2; Shields; Jeff Benca, Homchick) 1:33.07; 2, MI Samantha 5.15; Gorier, Lauren 4.6; (Cardem, George, Hammond, Stanton) Almosnino, Galit 5.9; Maritz, Mimi 1:39.00. 100 backstroke-- 1, Howard 5.6; Harvey, Olivia 8.8; Ingram, Kelsey (MI) 1:06.18; 2, Dennis Lang (MI) 1:08.12. 8.8; Wedlake, Ashley 7.9. Beam -- 100 breaststroke-- 1, Bryan Azer (MI) Holtern, Emily 5.5; Tomlinson, Tracey 1:10.28; 2, Jonathan Yu (MI) 1:12.37. 5.1; Gelb, Carly 6.4; Ko, Shelly 5.0; 400 freestyle relay-- 1, MI (Hammond, Shibuya, Kristen 7.4; Govier, Lauren Eugene Hsiang, Swenson, Young) 7.0; Almosnino, Galit 8.5; Maritz, Mimi 3:46.93; 2, MI (Tim Wettack, Greg 9.4; Harvey, Olivia 8.9; Ingram, Ketsey Mahony, Kevin Mahony, Joseph Bruckner) 9.6; Wedlake, Ashley 8.4. Floor -- 4:08.69. Horn, Brittney 4.7; Reiff, Krisanna 4.6; Continued from A13 second half as the fa gued cemer was almost nonexistent. "She worked really hard during the first half, but she is coming off of volleyball and I need to do a bet- ter job getting her breaks," said Prescott. As for Chapman, she finished the game with a learn-high 14 points and four three-point shots. "Ellie just has more confidence with the ball and she is looking to score" said Prescott. The third period was good for the Islanders, as they sent Libert5 to the free-throw line just once. But the team's shooting touch disap- to three points. peared and it was outscored 19-12, Again, the Islanders would force erasing its lead for the first time a turnover. With 10 seconds re- during the game maining, Mika Rothman took a long With the game tied at 50-50, the Ihiee-point shot that missed the mark. Islanders sent Liberty to the line The Islanders got the ball back and four limes resulting in four baskets, called time out. They then took a "We just weren't talking it up third shot at tying the game with two enough and got caught out of po- seconds remaining, but could not sition," said Chapman. "We just get a three to go through the net. fouled way too much." The Islanders were defeated by With 22 seconds remaining, Newport 71-36 Thursday, as Gier Bartholomew dribbled the ball off led the team with 10 po'mts and Paull her foot. Chapman scrambled for had eight. the ball and called time out. Friday the team played 4A On the in bound, the ball even- Woodinville and were defeated, 51- tually made its way to Chapman, 34, despite Chapman's 13 points. who missed a three-pointer. The Mercer Island hosted Issaquah on rebound fell to Elaine Chirls, who Monday (after Reporter deadline) was fouled. The junior guard hit and will travel to Sammamish Friday one of the two shots to cut the lead for a 7:30 p.m. game. see what others are saying about our Programs "In three months I've lost thirty pounds, twenty points on my cholesterol and my blood pressure's down. I've never been so happy in my life since starting at World Martial Arts & Health it has changed my life totally!" -Shannon Sand, student "1 was nervous about starting classes I thought maybe I'd get hurt. Once I tried it, though, the instructors were really nice, and classes were fun and energizing. 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