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April 30, 1975

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32--WEDNESDAY APRIL 30, 1975--NEWS RECORD One that didn't get away Sally Ressler of 2901 Mount Royal Blvd., Shaler, with the 84-inch sailfish she caught recently at Bahia Mar Yacht Basin, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Sally received a citation from the fishing festival for the 40-pound catch. Traditional banquet honors NA matmen I The No. 1 wrestling team in the sjate. North Allegheny, held its annual wrestling banquet Thursday evening. The theme was "Wrestlers' Coliseum" and was sponsored by the Parents' Association. 1 As is the custom every year, each senior was given a part in the program. Rich Steinmetz and Dave Harris led the group of 200 wrestlers, parents and fans in the Pledge of Allegiance, followed by- Kevin Stewart with the invocation. . Jack Spates, a senior at Slippery Rock State College, was the featured speaker. His topic was dedication, self- confidence, hard work and faith as the roads to success not only in wrestling but in everything throughout life. Jack was followed by the coaches' presentation of trophies and awards. Every wrestler received a trophy corresponding in height to the heights of his achievements in wrestling this year North Allegheny had five West Penn C h a m p i o n s , s e v e n s e c t i o n champs, four WPIAL champs, one rnnner-up and one fourth-place winner; one state champion, one runner-up and two third place state winners · Every year, coach Gus DeAugustino presents the "Robbie Potter Award" to the senior who has given most unselfishly to wrestling. This year's recipient was Dave Harris. A wrestling banquet tradition is that senior wrestlers are given a wrestling charm which they present to their mothers in appreciation for putting up with their dieting, dispositions and giving them strength. The school trophy case will have a new addition in a plaque picturing the No. 1 team in Pennsylvania and one picturing two-time state champion Mike DeAugustino which were presented to Hance Huston, principal. The parents have also purchased new warm-up suits for next year's' team. C a p t a i n Tom V a n G o r d e r made remarks on behalf of the team M a r t y Grichor and Kelly Korth presented Coach DeAugustino and Chris Ebert. assistant coach, with gifts from the team. Mark DeAugustino, representing the ninth grade team, presented a plaque to Coach Jack Davis. Ken Stewart spoke on behalf of the parents and Larry VanGorder ntade the closing remarks. Learn to fly. Put yourself above earthbound mortals who yearn to ily but never make the first move. Now's the time to start toward your oilot's license. Try our 45 Introductory Flight L e s s o n . . . take over the controls of a Piper Cherokee with a government- rated instructor alongside. Don't you belong above the crowd? Come on out or call us for more information. tnc, (Formerly Butler Aviation Co.) BUTLER-GRAHAM AIRPORT 475 Airport Rd., Butler, Pa. PHONE 586-2010 Third » Shaler tops area teams in WPIAL relays The Shaler Area track team finished third, just one~point behind second- place Norwin in the WPIAL relays Saturday at Baldwin High School. Washington High School took first place easily with 60 points. Norwin had 36, Shaler Area, 35. Butler's high jump team set a team record of 18-3 on three jumps of 6-1, erasing the mark of 18-2 set by North Allegheny in 1962. The WPIAL relays combine four- man track relay teams in each event and three-man field units, which means larger schools generally have the ad* NH fourth at EA Invitational The North Hills track team placed fourth among the 19 teams in the East Allegheny Invitational track meet Wednesday. Coach Scott Wentzel said: "The boys did an outstanding job finishing fourth in this meet, considering that the finals were run in a rain storm. "By the time the 880 was run, the first three lanes were under water, yet 13 new meet records were set in the meet." Scott Donovan of North Hills was second in the 100-yard dash with a time of 09.8. As an example of the kind of sprinters that were there, the sixth place time was ; 10.0. Donovan also took second in the 220 dash with a time of :22.7. Chris Long was second in the two-mile run. His time was 9:58.3. Another second place was won by the two-mile relay team of Bob Kilian, girls win easily in meet at Richland Long. Paul Edwards and George Kozen in8:11.4 Third place finishes were taken by Kozen in the mile run at 4:29.6 and the 880 at 1;01.8. Guy Miklos was third in the 440 with a time of : 50.8. The 880 relay team of Keith Haidet. Tom Peterman, Donovan and Bob Harshman tied for third at 1:31.8. The'-mile relay team added the final North Hills points with a time of 3:33.8. good for fourth place. Members of the t e a m are Tom P e t e r m a n , Dale Visokey, Mark Coccimiglio and Miklos. Norwin High won the invitational with 92 points. Hampfield Area had 88. Derry Area, 76; North Hills, 63, Shaler Area. 52 and Gateway 41 as the top six teams. North Allegheny girl runners put the track meet with Richland completely out of reach for the Rams Tuesday. NA scored 76 points in the running events, permitting just 7 for Richland. In the field, NA gained 34 more points. · Richland. 20 for a final score of 110-27. Among the outstanding times were Cutrone's in the hurdles of :12.0; Rieseck's in.the.100. :11.6: Moores' in the mile. 5:23 and Panno's in the two- mile. 12:37. Wylie won the shot with a distance of 35-5 1- z: Wemgarten threw the javelin 92-2 '^. while"Weis made 14-V.j in the long jump and Kruger. 30-4 in the triple jump. Individual results: Hurdles 1 Cutrone i N - A 120. 2 Golben i R i : 3 Wilkinson i NA i 100 1 Rieseck i NA 1 1 6 2 Selzer R ' 3 M c A f e e ' R i Mile 1 Moores · N A ' 5 23 · 2 Byrnes i N A 1 . 3 Cmrun* · N A i 880 relay 1 NA 'Gagnon. Cutrone Elder Rieseck · 1 5 2 2 440 1 Brusca i N A 6 3 9 . 2 Hamrnann N A ' 3 Moulton i NA · 440 relay 1 .NA iGagnon Krugei. Hlder. Rieseck ' 54 4. 880 1 Moores i NA 2 34, 2 Cutrone i H c .NA . 220 1 Rieseck i NAI 284 2 C u l r o n e ' N A ' 3 Clogan N H . 880 medley relay 1 NA iGagnon. Kruger Elder Byrnes' 1 59 3 2-Mile 1 Panno N A ' 1 2 3 7 . 2 Bogel i N A ' . 3 L Kdinger ' NA Mile rela 1 N A 'Brusca Axlme. Byrnes. Moores 4 20 Shot put 1 Wylie ' N . A i 30-5 ' 2 . 2 Shovick i R . 3 O'Day · NA i Discus 1 Corcoran i R l 81-1 '2: 2 Coehnen R. 3 W y l i e i N A i . Javelin 1 Weingarten ( S A 9 2 - 2 4. 2 Booth i . N A ' . 3 W y l i e ' N A ' Long j u m p 1 Weis ' N ' A i !4- l 4. 2 Griffith ' N A ' . 3 Zupancic ' R ' Triple jump 1 Kruger N . A i 30-4. 2 Zupancic ' R ; 3 Griffiths ' N A ' . High j u m p 1 Golben i R i 4-7 2 Rothenbach i N A i . 3 Iurstem t N ' A i Jr. Titan depth pays off in track victory at Ross The depth of the Shaler Area Junior High School Titans took its toll on North Hills at Ross Junior High Tuesday. Of the 17 events run, the Titans captured 15 first.places on their way to running the score to 105-36. Outstanding performances were turned in by Wayde Barkey and Chris Jorgenson. who each took first place in .three events. Barkey won in ; the hur- . dies, long jump and relay. Jorgenson took firsts in the shot. 100-yard dash and the relay. Dan Klingenberg continued his season with another half- mile, time of 2:10.8. Steve Kolenda remains undefeated in the 75-yard dash, as does Dan Sigler in the light weight pole vault. Shaler winners were: Barkey, 120 low hurdles. :15.1: Ridley. 220/:26.2; Klingenberg. 880. 2:10.8: Walker, tie in 50-dash. :06.6; Kolenda. 75-dash, :08.6: Jorgenson. 100. :11.2: Jorgenson, shot put. 50-11 ' 2 ; Barkey, H-W long jump. 16-5: Kosarich, L-W high jump, 4-10; Stamper. H-W high jump, 5-8; Sigler. LW pole vault. 9-0, and Fix, H-W pole vault. Shaler Area also won the L-W relay, the M-W relay and the 880-relay. Firsts for North Hills were taken by Stebler. who tied in the 50-yard dash at :06.6 and won the L-W long jump with 15-10 M.; Gialloriardo won .tfTe discus with a toss of 116-0. Hole-in-one Jeff Snyder of 8301 Melwood Ave., McCandless. made a hole-in-one at Pittsburgh North Golf Club, 3800 Bakerstown Road, Richland, Wednesday. Starting on the back nine, Snyder hit the first ball of his first golf game of the season for the ace on the 130-yard No. 8 hole. He used a wedge. Oliver J. (Sox) Price is manager of the course. 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