Spoolstra, Dennis 19630912 Valley News, Van Nuys, CA

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Spoolstra, Dennis 19630912 Valley News, Van Nuys, CA - WetzH. 192. · 175. Gerry Reynold* 6-0, Mar-...
WetzH. 192. · 175. Gerry Reynold* 6-0, Mar- Bark« 5-8. Follies closes Monday after 12-day run. I; Cerritos Has Defth Line i Good Backs . Ring- , 205; Connors, and Barker. Ball. VaOey »otr: This la tk« third IB m » MetropolHaa ! Conference foob«l 235. 6-3. 169; 6-1. 165. . Center Rod MeUKer and Boh Goci- -6-0. Ed Grant. Unlike many of his Metropolitan Conference colleagues, Cerritos College coach Don Hall has a'proven quarterback with which to face the football seon.^ Finding ends for Marshall Adair to throw t*, however, is another mattrr. Last year Adair'a ciief receptionist was all-MltropoH- tan Conference end L Eddie Mendez, who has enrolled at San Diego State. 1 Hall ka« 12 rtrfmh* kt- termcB, b«t »o* OM of thew 1^ JIB e«d. There is**t t fm)1 hack hi tfce lot, rHWr. ; However, the Falconi will have depth from tackle"" to Valley Girls Win Softball Tournament 185; Frady, Curry. 1». HX Jerry Chlf- 1J8: Goo, and Tom 19B. and Tim «-2. Hatf- Tvr Anara. and Curl P a n o r a m a ' s Heavenly -. . _ -- ' Bodies downed the Santa Ana Moosketiers, 10-5, to win the high school division of the Southern California Municipal Athletic Federation G i r l s Softball Tournament at Bur- bank'i Olive Recreation Center. A three-run homer by Bonnie Anderson in the first frame began the road to victory. Other big hitters for the Valley team were Linda Wallace and Carol Hahn, while Janet Burton was limiting the opposition to seven hits. The Panorama Twisters had to settle for cecond place when they were knocked off, 6-1, in the Junior High final; by the Buena Park Stars. Panorama e n t e r e d two club* in the elementary di- viston, and both reached the finals with the Cut-up* blanking the Sub-Debs. 2-0. Pitching highlighted thr contest 35 Cut-up pitcher Criss Cannady hurled a one- tackle with eight returning line lettermen: guard* Craig Kelao, Wayne Blenhoff-ind Art Lopez; tackles Dennis i "~ j Spoolstra, Jim Velkn« 'and Sheldon Moomaw (1961 team) : and center* Dan Goodmand son and Joe Andrewi. Besides Adair, v t t t baekfteld men returnlrar arc halfbacks Larry Hilllard and elusive Biagio Zaby. Also back is fullback Dave Norman, who lettered with the 1959 squad., A good crop of Incoming freshmen Joined the Falcons for practice this week, ^including Sierra lineman Larry Lopex. one of the ·ought after prepe in the Southland and a Shrine game starter^ tfcr* hitter, while Gerrj - Co^ilcntz struck out nine opposing hit- lers in a losing cause. Another local club was edged cnit in the junior high consolation contest, when the Teea Angels 14-33. Jill Klein and Bonnie Beau collected fcnir hits each for the k»er- to rather ttrotic matrrtal Hall MM he able to huiH a line Iwith the harxf: : ' A year ?t?n, Cerrito? «ol to a fa5t start in conference play. Including a 21-7 ttp«ei win over BakcrsfteW, ai^i then finished in a tie for fourth place wilh Santa Monica. The Falcon?' over-all record in 19G2 was W- Klrst game of the year comes on SepC 21 when Cerritos plays ho^t to todffh Phoe-

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  1. Valley News,
  2. 12 Sep 1963, Thu,
  3. Page 52

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