Pete Villano

Played tennis @ ESSC

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hit of 0 0 0 4 0 I 0 1 1 0 1 1 2 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Stroudsburg graduate of three ESSC net champs Ti* A CT 1 On^o r\i i i~vc«n 1 1 1 1 / i - , . so 3 0 0 1 I 0 0 0 3 7 0 0 2 2 2 0 1 2 grand a EAST STROUDSBUUG The The Brooke brothers survived a weekend tennis marathon to lead California State lo the Pennsylvania Conference tennis tennis championship Sunday at East Siroutlsburg Stale. Joe Brooke upset favored Fred Straus of ESSC, G-4, 4-6, G-4, in ihe first singles finals and then Tim Brooke defeated Norm Moser of Mansfield, 6-1, G-3, in the second singles windup, windup, In doubles, the California f r e s h m e n o u t l a s t e d Straus and Bob Langfey, 7-6, 3-6, 7-6. T h e f i n a l n i n e - p o i n t t i e breaker breaker was decided by a 5-2 score. The Vulcans finished with 24 points; two more than ruti- n e r u p M a n s f i e l d . Defending champion ESSC and Edinboro tied for third with 19 points. The Warriors had two winners winners in fourth singles player Pete Villano and the third doubles team of Igor Kebetz a n d B o b H a c h t m a n , a graduate of Stroudsburg High School. Villano took measure of Bob Fegan of Mansfield, 6-4, Pete Villano 7-5. K e b e t z and H a c h t m a n edged Bob Thomas and Tom Ruggeri of Edinboro, 6-1, 6-7 62. 62. Other singles winners were Jerry Simon of Edinboro, third flight; Chuck Troy of Slippery Rock, fifth flight; and Randy P r i l l s o f C a l i f o r n i a , s i x l h f l i g h t . Simon also t e a m e d with Denny Ranalli for the second second doubles crown In (he batlle of the conference's conference's two top nelmen, a pair of service b r e a k s by Brooks near the end of Ihe 5 0 0 0 I O O 0 0 4 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 5 1 3 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 4 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 4 Joggers, Smith show ESSC spark b so 0 I 2 0 0 1 2 0 1 3 1 1 0 1 By CHUCK FIERSON Record Sports Editor . EAST STROUDSnURG -East -East Slroudsburg Slate College College got a final spring look at its football team Saturday and head coach Charlie Reese found a few surprises. Reese, whose team won ils last five games (luring 1370 after losing ils first four, siiitl he knew Ihe Warriors' offense would be slable. But he added he was "more than pleased" with (he performance of (he defense. The defensive u n i t in the in-' t r a s q u a d B l a e k a n d R e d game, played before a h a n d f u l of fans in a steady downpour, did not allow the offensive u n i t to score. Hut it wijs unable to score itself. crown; opponent down before a furious two- of hooks lo the face. kicked the [owe! out of the of anger but referee; Victor Argentina immediately, njsiwl victory. it will be G r i f f i t h , " Monxon room, Tr.'itncr Tilo (lie (1^,1 wtwhl he arrmii'od but did nol w\y where, h wn.s In the news Fn Monticolfo N Y he was mnrrJuJ w i l h .Joe' as the best rnmi, One individual surprise was defensive lackie Jon Smith of W i n d G a p . T h e C - 0 , 2 1 0 freshman coiilriliiiled to what R e e s e t e r m e d "good l i n e play" throiiElioul the conlest and blocked a punl in the final play in Ihe first half. A n o t h e r s t a n d o u t w a s freshman Wayne Jaggers of S l r o u d s b u r g . The 5-11, 175- pound freshman pnnled for both loams ,-md pleased Reese wilh Iiis performance, lie said ./aggers could lc one of the best punters Hie school has ever seen. P r o b a b l y ( h e b e s t performance of Ihe morning . was a series late in llic second period in which (he defense held the offense and Sieve Mummaw on ils own one-yard line. The offense look Ihe ball on ils own 10 after u ./aggers punt and four plays laler it had (i firsl and in (m Us own 30. Arfummaw, who endwl the game completing five of 12 passes for B;J y_ards, pitched on I lo a f u l l b a c k , who gave llic ball back to the 5-8 junior. Mummaw (lien unleashed a SB-yard pass lo Glenn Got- l.shalk, his favorite receiver lasl year, lo put Die ball on t l i e d e f e n s e ' s 32, G a r y Neijpert and Mumrmiw moved Die ball lo the two-yard lino In elghl plays for 11 first down. Hut the defense, led by Smith, (lob Connack, Ron Duklnas, Don Coyer, Prrnk (ioiilljiirn and Henry Kunkel, dug In lo hold lhi scoring Ihrenl. f i r s t a n d I h i decisive. It was a close match t h r o u g h o u t w player having . more than a two-game lead in any set. II was the same story in doubles where if Iwo ESSC volleys at the net in the final tie-breaker had gone in, the o u t c o m e w o u l reversed. Tile tie-breaker was used in the tournament for all the indoor matches. Villano destroyed Fegan's marshmallow serve in his rushing Ihe net al every op- p o r U t i l i t y a M a n s f i e l d r e t r away winners. Fegan had been the conference fiflh singles champion a year ago. The Kebelz-Haehtman victory victory was most pleasing for Coach Charles WoJbers as (he team had not been formed until late in the season and was s e e d e d o n l y Hachtman, regarded as the most improved player on Hie s q u a d , i s a g r Slroudsburg High School and is a sophomore al ESSC. On Saint-day, Kebetz lost in the semi-finals of the third singles competition to Mike Weaver of California, G-4, 6-1. Weaver then bowed to Simon in the finals, 7-5, 6-4. The team race was a four- team struggle unlil Kcbelz's dcfeal ended ESSC hopes and Edinboro fell out of conlen- tion when their fifth and sixth players were beaten, bolh in (lie semi-finals. Mansfield had a 22-20 edge going into the finals, but the Mounlies losl all four of their matches while California look four of five. California's victory ended ESSC's two-year hold on the c o n f e r e n c e c VitJcans last won the litlc in I9GIJ and have won or shared c o n f e r e n c e t e n seven limes, one more than Ihe Warriors. , . Flfll Slnglm Scml-Fln.ils-- Fre Slr.lus r e s ) Dclbcrl Lcmrror, E«). 4-3, « 0- °oo ' ""' Pl11 L c v k n r . . . Seconil Singles S o m | . F I n a l s _ 7 l m D.TO AugmUnc ( L H ) , S 3 . 4.7; MOW (Atanilclcr, .Mrnld Bush (Mill) A '-6. Finals _ 0rMkc iBl.Mo;cr, 6-1, 6 . , , Sornl Flm D.ivc S r n l l N H'lrd singles -.jorry Simon ( M a n s ) , ;. s ' ' Irat . . w i (Es Simon del. Wwvor, }.f « m li-|'r| Is [l i J . 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  1. The Pocono Record,
  2. 10 May 1971, Mon,
  3. Page 12

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