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; THE ISSAQUAH PRESS - WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1998 - PAGE B3 —/ ngCO Shflehudk .Pntinued from page B1 Terence 9°51]? Y’s preliminary heats with a , 64 time. K111ch tide’ was happy with that; coming in astpitch 50ft rOsseau ran a step behind ior outfit?lde tianson during the opening 300 ,n and SOPhO W, then moved alongside {lanson at 350 meters. His 400— ,nd hascm t‘ tlme was 54.8 seconds. My plan is to use more the back- h after the first turn, and avoid box (in),” Brosseau said. “I pretty Settled in the front, and wanted pie Berg?In file in with someone (early). {\I 500 meters, I could kinda see neonmtflfidfig tianson), and could see he was $5M Starting to struggle,” Brosseau 5haw. . , ~“I thought, ‘You gotta go now; gig/i533; cox gotta go now.’ I went and held it, outfielder/WY h though I was hurting really nan 63‘0"“ Phristianson finished in 1:55.49. Bfosseau has) never gone that t{lat’s about two seconds faster bhls body’s ever gone through an Robertson said. “He looked )Ielaxed and very in control; he t100k like he was that stressed. but it all together.” @11ng f Ilklin Pierce’s James Weber put nd no W, eSsure on Brady from the onset. id and] ehlfir’s first throw was 159-8, but ah, ' atched on his next two, while Showed consistent improve- 1 S brought a PB of 134-6 into .wo hits ca 998 season, and had broken the H1 °0t barrier for the first time one L “The g l earlier at the Sea-King District it H: was hoping to throw over 160 a Robertson said. “He had that Press photos by Greg Farmr Senior Joe Brosseau of lssaquah (top) captured the 3A State boys’ BOO-meter title on Saturday afternoon at the Lincoln Bowl in Tacoma. Earlier, junior Shaya Orendorff of Liberty (left) placed eighth in the 3A girls’ shot put. Both athletes con- cluded the 1998 track season with personal bests in their respective events. big breakthrough at the district meet. His attitude was he was just going to throw well. He’s a very good, focused competitor.” Jones has benefited from year-round weight training, as well as improved throwing technique, she said. “For him to come back the next week and (throw 160) again is really excellent,” Robertson added. “You never know when you go to the state meet who’s going to rise to the occasion. On the state list, kids he competed against had better (regular-season) throws.” Jones told Robertson he relaxed after his first throw. EVERYONE NEEDS A IJITLE HELP Now AND THEN... Confidential, sensitive counseling for individuals, couples, All those V family favorites n Team (re-ill and families. Saturday and \mem ill] You flew evening appointments. t uisine up with - Patty Groves, M.A. Served in a cafe lssaquah Creek Counseling Center settine reminiscent 557-4333 of the forties. . 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PRESS STAFF REPORT The Washington Trails Association will conduct a work party on Cougar Mountain during National Trails Day ‘98 on Saturday. The WTA is organizing seven work parties for western Washington- area trail maintenance from 8:30 am. to 3 pm. For information, or to volunteer, call (206) 517-7032. E] Fishing is free statewide this Saturday and Sunday. While no licenses are required, regular Washington Department of ‘ lMartin rails da free fis r; double-Winner in Bob "res ,. toppedvzthe'SO-yard’ deer with: a 361} v score (and the 25—yardibu2zard p‘i‘sa’: to] with 30. Winners also included: - . ., . 251747-8698. ' ’ "E1_.Chib"shd0ts forJune will be conducted at 10 am. for men and noon fer women on Saturday. The blackpowder shoot is at noon on June 21. Tom Talburt swept the men’s club shoots for May. Talburt won the 50-yard small- Fish and Wildlife fishing rules and regulations remain in effect. Several rule changes and correc- tions have been made to the 1998 edition of Fishing in Washington. These regulations are in effect from May 1, 1998, through April 30, 1999. For information call Church Bolland at (360) 902-2255. D DFW officials remind the pub— lic not to disturb or pick up wild baby animals. During spring and summer months, people “invade” the woods and beaches, often discovering new- ,: Women’s finish Blackpctiidje‘rie Ted Fellows in the 50-yard foxwithf' 47; John Abbot in 50-yard Fer du " Lac with 43; and Jennie Wilson in the IOU-yard buffalo with 37. D New rules are in effect for shooting in new lanes and posting targets. Members should check with the range master, Tom Talburt, for information at (425) 392-3311. hing weekend set born wildlife. Some people can’t resist touching or “snatching” the newborn that appears to be orphaned or helpless. The “snatched” wild babies include seal pups, ducklings, bear cubs, raccoons, coyotes and deer fawns. Many times, the parent ani- mals witness baby animal abduc- tions. Taking wild animal babies out of the wild or holding them in captivity is not only unsafe for the animals and people, but against Washington state law. The minimum fine is $152. 50 powerboats expected to race Sunday PRESS STAFF REPORT An estimated 50 powerboats are expected to race on Lake Sam- mamish during the second annual Tastin’ n Racin’ Festival at Lake Sammamish State Park this weekend. The two-day festival runs from 11 am. to 7 pm. on Saturday and Sunday. Powerboat racing, featuring lim- ited hydroplanes, takes place Sunday -aftemoon. 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