LHSC nef team nipped by Sfroud ; EAST STROUDSBURG - The !Lock Haven State College tennis ;team came within a "whisker" of scoring a major upset win !over powerful East Stroudsburg State yesterday afternoon, but -instead dropped a 5-4 iheartbreaker to the mighty ;Warriors. It was the last regular season [match for the netmen of Coach •Karl Herrmann and the Eagles .finished with a 54 record and the first winning season since the •sport was resumed in 1965. '.[ Following the tough three-and- a-half hours of tennis in cold and •.windy weather, Coach Herrmann said, "The boys played well today. It was a thriller right down to the final set as all three doubles went three sets. ' "Jim Augustine played great .tennis. Joe Castagnola was back [on the right track and looked real good. I was extremely pleased with freshman Scott Kaercher. >He looks better each match. " "In the doubles. Augustine and Roth played fine against terrific competition. Ben Williams and JJilly Johns continued unbeaten on the season and should be ranked number one at the conference tourney." Joe Castagnola finished with a brilliant 8-1 singles record. Augustine, Johns, and frosh Kaercher compiled marks of 6-3 on the year. SINGLES 1. Fred Strauss (ES) def. John Roth, 6-1,6-0. 2. Jim Augustine (LH) def. Bob Langley, 6-4,6-3. 3. Joe Castagnola (LH) def. Igor Kebetz, 6-1,6-2. 4. Pete Villano (ES) def. Ben Williams, 6-3,6-1. 5. Ed Burkholder (ES) def. Billy Johns, 6-1, 6-2. 6. Scott Kaercher (LH) def. Bob Hahchtman, 6-2,4-6, 6-4. DOUBLES 1. Strauss and Langley (ES) def. Augustine and-Roth, 8-6, 2-6, 6-2. 2. Villano and Burkholder (ES) def. Castagnola and Kaercher 36, 36, 6-1, 6-2. 3. Williams and Johns (LH) def. Kebetz and Hahchtman, 6-1, 5-7, 6-3.