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Thursdoy, December 1, 1977 Columbus, Nebraska Columbus Telegram-- 13A DAVID CITY-Gaylen Kamrath is the new head wrestling coach at David City High School. Kamrath had been in past seasons assistant coach behind Ted Koehn. Kamrath has seven let- termen on the team, including state qualifier Dan Kresha, who placed fifth last year at 98 and will be at 105 in his junior year. He is joined on the veteran list by one senior, four other juniors and a sophomore. Ken Bell is the senior and will wrestle at 132. Juniors are Vic Pokorny, 138, Frank Allen, 145, Scott Ehlers, 119, and Paul Grubaugh, 112. Lane Cooper is the 132-pound sophomore. "Our strength is in the lower weights," Kamrath commets. "We are a young team and must improve as the season progresses." The team consists of eight freshmen, five sophomores, six juniors and the one senior. The Scouts will open the campaign Saturday at the York Invitational. Other tournaments include those at Crete, Central City and Stromsburg plus the Central- , Monarch* e«ge« top rated in Class C Ten Conference meet Feb. 3 and 4 at Albion. The Scout reserves will compete in a tournament at Friend on Jan. 28. David City was 3-4 in dual meets in 1976-77 and placed ninth in the Central Ten. Kamrath picks York and Albion as the potential leaders in the league. The dual season will open Tuesday when Lakeview comes calling. Other home duals are against Schuyler, Osceola and Milford. Kamrath, a 1971 graduate of Wayne State College, is assisted by Randy Rech. DAVID CITY-Eight let- termen return from last year's 14-4 basketball squad that won their Class C district. Coach Dale Kerkman will open his seventh season as David City Aquinas mentor Friday night at home against Columbus Lakeview. His seventh season may be the lucky number as the Lincoln Journal-Star has tabbed the Monarchs as the No. 1 team in Class C. The scouts Roster Plaver x-Lane Cooper x-Vic Pokorny x-Dan Kresha x-Frank Allen x Ken Bell ... x-Scott Enters x-Paul Grubaugh Richard Staggs Nick Schmidt BradKresha Bill Romshek Vern Hoeft . . . Keith Stara Tim Graybill. Darin Struebing Norbert Pokorny JimHeins Rick Prochaska Mark Jacobson Tim Andrews (·letterman Wt. It. .111 10 :::;::::::: H 31 11 5 11 1 12 9 11 I 1 7 55 1 38 U 1 wt U 1 45 98 U If 1 GAYLEN KAMRATH Public Mat Mentor AQUINAS LETTERMEN kneeling from left, Marek I Mark Duffck, Dan Lyons, Adrian Palcn- Zeller. sky: back row. Rick Hanus, Bill Gillespie, Moravec, Randy Skoda, Mark SCOUT MAT VETS front from left, Don second row, Frank Allen, Vic Pokorny, Kreska, Lana Cooper, Paul Grubaugh; Scott Ehlers. (not in photo: Ken Bell) paper also named Mark Moravec, 6-2 senior, to the pre-season Class C all-state team. "The team has eight let- termen who shared four starting positions last year, Kerknian said. "The key will be finding a floor leader to quarterback the team and finding the right combination to using these eight players' abilities." Snaring the pivot position will be Moravec and junior Mark Zeller. Moravec lead the team last season in re- bounding (12.4) and scoring (17.1). Zeller showed the most improvement last year, Kerk- man noted. The forward positions will be manned by lettermcn with inside-outside scoring ability. Bill Gillespie, 6-0 senior, started all but two games last year. A six-foot junior, Randy Skoda, led the team in minutes played and has ex- cellent tuning in rebounding and offensive boardwork. Rick Hanus, 6-2, is a 50 per cent shooter with the ability to score over zone defenses. The best outside shooter on the team according to Kerk- man is senior guard Adrian Palensky. Two other guards fighting for playing time will be Dan Lyons, the Monarch's quickest player, and Mark Duffek, a top defender. Other squad members are John Roh, Darrell Aerts, Steve Hotovy, Dan Krafka, Mark Schaecher, Mick Kovar and Greg Eller. Kerkman says the favorites in the Nebraska Centennial Conference are West Point Central Catholic, Fremont Bergan and Columbus Scotus. He said, "The toughest part of the schedule, Scotus, West Point, Pius X and Fullerton are on the road and these games will determine strength of our team." The Monarchs will play in the Wayne State Tournament Dec. 28, and 30. They will also play in the Centennial Con- ference Tourney Jan. 23-27. Assisting Kerkman, a graduate of Creighton University, will be Fr. Bob Roh. c ..G-F . F-S ...F-C Monarch Roster Plaver POS. K.Mark Moravec . . x-Bill Gillespie . . . . Randy Skoda . . . . x-Mark Zeller x-Adrian Palensky x-Oan Lyons c x-Mark Duffek G x-Rick Hanus F Darrell Aerts F Steve Hotovy G-F DanKralka c John Roh G Mark Schaecher G MickKovar F GregElter G x.letterman DALE KERKMAN Monarch Mentor DAVID CITY AQUINAS Basketball Schedule Head Coach Dale Kerkman Assistant Coach Rev. Robert Roh I Dec. 2 Dec. 3 . Dec. 9. Lokeview at Grand Island Central Catholic Omaha Paul Vi Dec. 10 Fremont Bergan Dec. 16 Wohoo Neumann Dec. 17 at Fullerton Dec. 28-30 at Wayne State Holiday Tournament Jon. 6 at Columbus Scotus Jan. 13 ... at West Point Central Catholic Jan. 14 at Omaha Cathedral Jon. 20 at Linaln Pius X Jan. 23-27... at Centennial Com". (Wahoo) Feb. 3 Raymond Central Feb. 9 at Omaha Holy Name Feb. 10 Utico Centennial Feb. 17 Boys Town DAVID CUT AQUINAS BASKETBALL TEAM, front raw from left, student manager Pat Meysenburo, Mick Kovar, Mark Schaecher, Greg (Her, Stev* Hotovy, student manager Gory Janicek; middle row, head coach Oak Ktrkman, student manager Kevin Stara, Mark Duffek, John Roh, Dan Iran, Adrian Palemky, assistant coach Father Bob Roh; lost row, Randy Skoda, tit Gilletpi*, Dan Krafka, Mark Zeller, Mark Marovec, Rich Honus, Darril Aerts. DAVID CITY AQUINAS Wrestling Schedule Head Coach Dave McMahon Assistant Coach Mark Batagiia Jan. 10 at Boys Town Dec. Dec. Dec. . at How ells Invitational 5 «· Schuyler Jan. 14 . . at Schuyler Invitational * »» Bergon Jan. 17 Holy Name Dec. 8 at Osceola j an . 21 . ot Centennial Conference Dec. IS . at Hawells with Stanton Tournament (Holy Nome) Dec. 17 at Gl Northwest Jan. 25 East Butler Invitational j an . 31 at Paul VI J» n - 5 at Lakeview Feb. 4 . at Cathedral Invitational Jan. 7 at Leigh Invitational DAVID CITY AQUINAS WRESTLING TEAM, kneeling from left, Tim Birkel Lynn Birkel, Jay Vanis, Brad From, Tom Eickmeier, Ed Warhokski, Scon Buresh Jim Meysenburg; second row, Pot Hotovy, Mike Hough, Greg Klein, Mike Jarvis Dave Alt, Jim Rerucha, James Proskovec, Mark Gall; last row, assistant coach Mark Battoglia, Bill Phillips, Leo Hottovy, Doug Demon, Greg Urfconek, Steve Romshek, Dan Denson, student manager Gary Pleskac. (Mining from photo: Jerry Hotovy Grey Schmid, Bruce Lux, Joe Main, student manager John Coder). DAVID CITY PUBLIC Basketball Schedule Head Coach Michael Jones Assistant Coach Tim Turman Wahoo Jan. 14 Dec. 2 Dec. 3 at Crete Dec. 10 at On) Dec. 16 Schuyler Dec. 27-28 . . . at Holiday Tourney (Howells) Jon. 6 York Jon. 13 at Fullerton Miltord Jan. 20 at Central City Jan. 21 Seward Jan. 27 at Aurora Jan. 28 at Lakeview Feb. 3 Stromsburg Feb. 10. . Grand Island Northwest Feb. 17 Albion DAVID CITY BASKETBALL TEAM, kneeling from left, Bill Rountree, Mark Herker, Paul Vanis, Pete Kaufmann, Alan Zavodny, Tom Miller, Randy McElravy; last row, coach Tim Turman, Gordon Kucera, Steve Muntz, Chuck Jenkins, Kyle One, Kent Grotelueschen, Kirk Marushak, Jerry Karon, Jim Weber, Mark Cleavey, head coach Mike Jones, coach Dale Dinnel. (Missing from photo, Kim Grubaugh). 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