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G-6PrepS THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER W ednesday, April 8, 1 987 : jZ 1 ' - "1 r - i ! I AchieversThis week's outstanding high school performers t "V "v i- -- rut I ill Hill T I : ..KcJ. 4 V . w . A; ik I- .-' m-. J ... CARMEN DODGE, Mount Healthy, track: Dodge's seven individual victories have led the Owls to a 3-0 record. Dodge is a two-time winner in the the long jump and 400-meter relay. DAVID WEIHERER, Wyoming, baseball: The senior pitchershortstop won two games, giving up three runs in 13 innings and striking out 17. Weiherer also hit .313 with eight RBI. SHANNON PENN, Withrow, baseball: Penn, a senior shortstop, went 1 5 of 21 , including two triples, two homers and 1 0 stolen bases in helping the Tigers to a 5-0 start. CHUCK BARLAGE, Northwest, baseball: Barlage, a senior shortstop, was six (or nine with five extra-base hits, three RBI and four runs scored In a pair of wins for the Knights. MIKE KOLLER, Glen Este, baseball:: The senior right-hander went 2-0, with a one-hitter against Hamilton Badin and '. a two-hitter versus Amelia. He totaled 20 strikeouts for the two games. AL ROUNDTREE, Taylor, baseball: Through (our games, the senior catcher was hitting .786 with two homers, three steals, and 10 RBI. Threw out 7 of 8 runners attempting to steal. Oak Hills remains No. 1 in baseball 21-3 Long Jump 1. Munlin, Princeton... 2. Love, Princeton 3. Jones, Greenhils..... 4. Hoffman, Sycamore... Pol Vault Track honor roll Boys WO Dash 1. Thompson, Princeton 2. Allmon, Princeton 3. Hunter, Princeton 4. Smith, Princeton 5. Swan, GreenhiHs IN High hurdles 1. D. Tubbs, Princeton. 2. Terry, Sycamore..... 1. Housh, Sycamore m. ...10-6 2. Thomas, LaSale 9-6 3. Caligurl, LaSalle 9-6 4. Arllnghaus, LaSale 9-6 5. Albrinck, LaSalle Boys Coaches Top Tan Poll 1. Princeton (4) 40 2. Elder 36 21D 19-11 19-2 . 30 ..29 .19 .14 ...12 .12 .9 ...4 .50.1 ' ...50.7 ' ...52.0 ' ..52.2 ' .52.6 ' 1:47.5 1:50.9 1 1:51.3 ' 1:51.5 ' 1:52.0 3. LaSale 4. Sycamore... 5. Greenhils... 6. Moeller 7. Walnut Hills... . Anderson. 9. Withrow 10. Fairtleld Girls 400 Relay 1. Sycamore... 2. CAPE 4. Princeton... 5. Taft 800 Relay 1. Sycamore... 1. Lakota... 3. Mount Healthy... 4. Walnut Hils 5. Princeton 1600 Relay 4. Sycamore... 5. Oak His 3200 Relay STEALS: Kh Penn, Withrow; 7: J. Hill; 6: Polly, Loveland; 5: Hardin, Wyoming; 4: Brown, Loveland; TroxeU, CAPE; Rheude, CAPE; KoeMng, Taylor; Roundtree, Taylor; Maye, Withrow; Patton, Wyoming; Hensley, Wyoming; Gregory, Glen Este; Johnson, Glen Este; Owens, Glen Este; Banks, Taft; 3; Leonard, Hamilton Badin; Martin, Loveland; Selby, Fairfield; Jackson, CAPE; Cronin, LaSalle; Bruzina, Colerain; Yochum, Taylor; Wysinger, Taylor; Latimer, Withrow; Owens, Taft; Gasklns, Amelia; Matthews, Anderson. Pitching leaders Player, School IP ER W-L ERA Harmon, N. College Hi 7 0 1-0 000 Noel, Harrison ..3.3 0 1-0 0.00 Robinson, Lima 7 0 1-0 0.00 Young, Middletown 7 0 1-0 0 00 AAcBee, Fairfield 4 0 1-0 000 Thornton, Indian H 9 0 1-0 0.00 Dolan, LaSalle 7 0 1-0 000 Harrington, Colerain 5 0 1-0 000 Click, Amelia 7 0 1-0 0.00 Prewltt, Anderson 4.3 0 1-0 0.00 Koller, Glen Este 14 1 2-0 0.50 Fuller, Glen Este 10 1 2-0 0.70 Martin, Loveland 9 1 1-0 071 Wilson, Princeton 7 1 1-0 1.00 M. Hil, Wltrrow 7 1 1-0 1.00 Cook, Hamilton Badin 12 1 2-0 1.17 Weiherer, Wyoming 13 3 2-0 1.62 Duncan, Taylor J.l 2 1-0 1.73 B Bohl, Miltord 4 1 1-0 1.75 Nleheds, Hamilton 12 3 24 1.75 Jennings, Wyoming 11 3 2-0 1.91 Tranbarger, Anderson 12 4 1-1 2 33 BatcMer, Amelia 5.2 2 1-0 2 69 Berkhalter, Princeton 7 3 1-0 3 00 Berling, Indian HII 12 7 2-0 4 0! Green, CAPE 5 3 1-1 4 20 Rabenold, Indian HII 7.6 5 1-0 4 61 Needham, Hamilton 6 4 1-0 4.67 Baker, Middletown 7 5 1-0 5.00 McDonnough, Lakota 7 5 1-0 5.00 STRIKEOUTS: 19: Scatf, Hamilton Badin; Cook, Hamilton Badin; II: Koller, Glen Este; 17: Weiherer, Wyoming; Jennings, Wyoming; Wheeler, Amelia; 15: Barnes, Withrow; V4: Berling, Indian Hil; 13: Latimer, Withrow; Niehaus, Hamilton; 12: Sanders, Lakota; Lewis, Hamilton; Tranbarger, Anderson; It: Rabenold, Indian Hil; Duncan, Taylor; M. Hil, Withrow; m Needham, Hamilton; Green, CAPE; Fuller, Glen Este; 9: Porter, Northwest; I: Young, Middletown; Ken Strunk, Mt. Healthy; Balsey, Harrison; Bond, Harrison; 7: Klmbrogh, NCH; Watklns, Withrow; 6: Singer, Mt. Healthy; Dicks, Withrow; 5: Robinson, Lima; McBee, Fairfield; Baker, Middletown; Marcum, Hamilton; Wilson, Wyoming; Hensley, Wyoming; Helms, Indian HII. Enquirer coaches poll 1. Oak Hill (I) 7 Glen Este (2) 80 3. Western Hlte 63 4. Fairfield 51 5. St. Xavier 46 6. Turpin.... 45 7. (tlel Elder 42 7. (tie) Moeller 42 9. Colerain 26 10. Withrow 22 The others: LaSalle 11, Princeton 7, Lakota 5, Puree! Marian and Wyoming 5, Amelia 3, Harrison and Sycamore 2, Aiken 1. .4:20.2 ...4:21 4:22 , ..4:25.7 , .4:26.1 11.0 11.1 11.1 11.2 11.5 14 8 14.8 16.1 224 22.6 226 22.7 23.4 51.1 51.2 52.4 528 536 202 23 203 2:04 2:06 4799 .....4:32 4 36 7 ...lOfll .... 10:21 ...10:21 10:38 40.2 41.0 413 42 1 42 1 8266 831 841 848 43 ! 44.5 444 331 334 3385 1437 139-9 .... 134- ..124'10 .. 117-10 47 4 46-9 46'6 ...44' 11 44 10 62 62 6'0 60 60 Prep scene golf scholarships to attend Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Fla. Sean earned first team all-city Class A-AA recognition from the Greater Cincinnati Area Golf Coaches Association for his play last fall. He was also first-team all-Cincinnati Hills League. John was an honorable mention all-CHL choice, and runner-up to the medalist in last year's CHL tournament. Hinkel named All-America Scott Hinkel, The Enquirer Wrestler of the Year in 1982, was recently named All-America as a senior at Purdue .University this season. Hinkel finished seventh in the NCAA tournament in the 126-pound division. He was, 36-9 this season with a team-leading 11 pins. He was 127-51 with 43 pins in his career, and led Purdue in pins three times. He was also on the Big 10 all-academic team. At Fairfield, Hinkel won the Ohio Class AAA championship at 105 pounds as a junior in 1982. Jansen to Anderson Madeira quarterback Joe Jansen will play college football at Anderson (Ind.) College. Jansen passed for 858 yards and seven touchdowns last season. 3. Jones, Greenhins... 200 Dash 1. Terry, Sycamore... 2. Reese, Princeton 3. Hunter, Princeton 4. Almon, Princeton 5. Pickett, Greenhlls... 400 Run 1. Munln, Princeton 2. McFadden, Princeton , 3. Densmore, Sycamore 4. Kurtz, Sycamore 5. Jester, LaSalle MO Run 1. Matthews. Princeton 2. HemphU, Princeton 3. Paul, Sycamore 4. Fussnecker, Princeton 5. Jester LaSalle 1600 Run 1. Fulmar, LaSale 2 Gunn, LaSalle w 3. Parker, Greenhils 3200 Run 1. Futmer, LaSalle 2. Tate, Sycamore 3. Parker, Greenhils ... , 4. Banks, LaSalle 300 Intermediate hurdles VD. Tubbs, Princeton 2. T. Tubbs, Princeton 3. Carpenter, Princeton 4. Jones, Princeton 5. Locke. Sycamore... 3200 Relay 1. Sycamore 2. Princeton 3. LaSalle 4. Greenhils 1. Princeton 2. Sycamore 3. Greenhils 1. Princeton 400 Relay 1600 Relay 2. Sycamore 3. Greenhils Discus 1. Smith, Sycamore 2. Hufford, Sycamore 3. Louis, LaSalle 4. J. Hattersley, LaSalle 5. Dudley, Greenhils Shotput 1. Jackson. Harrison 2. Munlin, Princeton,... 3. Moss, Princeton 4. J. Hattersley, LaSalle 5. M. Hattersley, LaSalle High Jump 1. Pickett, Greenhils 1. Hoffman, Sycamore 2. Drayer, Greenhils 3. DeGralfenreid, Princeton 4. Carpenter, Princeton 1. Sycamore 10:15.7 2. Mount Notre Dame 10:33.1 3. Reading 10:45.4 4. Lakota 10:49.3 5. Roger Bacon 10:56 Baseball statistics Batting leaders Playtr, School Roundtree, Taylor .... Penn, Withrow Banks, Harrison Polly, Loveland Bailey, Anderson Barlage, Northwest Maye, Withrow HII.CAP6 Bingle, Taylor Arnold, MMord Rogers, Colerain Banks, Tatt Clements, Middletown .... Matthews, Anderson Duncan, Taylor Ramirez, Anderson LaviHa, Anderson J. Hit, Withrow Matthews, Middietown .. Currant, Middletown Fuller, Glen Este Lochel, Harrison . Wysinger, Taylor Thornton, Indian HII Koeing, Taylor Patton, Wyoming Robinson, Hamilton Yochum, Taylor Chandler, Princeton Cain, Taylor . Dunn, Taft Bernett, Hampton Owens, Tatt Engter, Lakota Horn, Lakota Wieland, Milford AB 14 21 12 9 9 9 14 8 8 8 10 10 12 12 14 14 ......14 16 9 . 9 22 .....II 15 15 .....15 15 .....16 12 10 10 I 15 .....11 11 II 11 Avg. .786 .714 .667 .667 .667 .667 .643 .625 .625 .625 .600 .600 .583 .583 .571 .571 .571 .563 .556 .556 545 .545 .533 .533 .533 533 .500 .500 .500 500 .500 .467 .455 .455 .455 .455 HOME RUNS: 4: Robinson. Hamilton, Lewis, Hamilton; 2: Clements, Middletown; Berling, Indian HiN; Cain, Taylor; Roundtree, Taylor; Rhude, Glen Este, Penn, withrow; M. Hil, Withrow, Bills, Miltord. TRIPLES: 3: Barnes, withrow; Maye, Withrow; Yochum, Taylor; 2: Loon, Indian HII, Hardin, Wyoming; Barlage, rtorthwest; Balchelor, Mt. Healthy; Banks, Harrison; Riley, Anderson. DOUBLES: 4; Arno, Hamilton Badin; LaviHa, Andeson; 3: Sangman, Hamilton Badin; Grabel, Hamilton Badin; En-gler, Lakota; Cox, Glen Este; Owens, Glen Este; Barlage, Richmond, Taylor; Northwest; Maye, Withrow; Barnes, Withrow. RUNS: H: Penn, Withrow; Kh Fuller, Glen Este; t: Weiherer, Wyoming; Patton, Wyoming; Hardin, Wyoming; Rheude, Glen Este; I; Arno, Hamilton Badin; Grabel, Hamilton Badin; D. Reid, Hamilton; J. Hill, Withrow; M. Hill, Withrow; 7: Helms, Indian HID; Maye, Withrow; Barnes, Withrow; Owens, GMen Este; Maxey, Glen Este; Cox, Glen Este; 6; Leonard, Hamilton Badin; Robinson, Hamilton; Bar-nett, Hamilton; Berling, Indian Hi; Ramirez, Anderson; Moriarty, Wyoming; S: Chandler, Princeton; Lewis, Hamilton; Hensley, Wyoming; Polly, Loveland; Gasklns, Amelia; Johnson. Amelia; Lorhfll. Harrison. RUNS BATTED IN: 12: Fuller, Glen Este; M: Lewis, Hamilton; Patton, Wyoming; 9: Robinson, Hamilton; I: Raml-ez, Anderson; Weiherer, Wyoming; 7: Cain, Taylor; Richmond, Taylor; Lobring, Anderson; Gasklns, Amelia; 6: Helms, Indian HW; Berling, Indian Hill; Banks, Harrison; HIH, CAPE; Riley, Anderson; Owens, Glen Este; 5: Arno, Hamilton Badin; Berry, Hamilton Badin; Pate, Hamilton Badin; Clements, Hamilton; Loon, Indian riiH; Vocken, Indian Hill, Brown, Loveland; Moriarty, Wyoming; Browne, Wyomlng; York, Fairtleld; Rheude, Glen Este; Maxey, Glen Este; Gregory, Glen Este; Dunn, Tatt; Click, Amelia; Arnold, Miltord. MAY 2ND 1987 .35-9 Shotput . Glass, Princeton... 2. Echols, Mount Healthy... 3. White, Mount Healthy... 4. Koniman, Reading... .. .35'6 , .310 . 5. Nicewonger, Reading,. m 30-1 , Discus 1. White, Mount Healthy 102-10 2. Echols, Mount Healthy 101'4 3. Payne, Princeton m 957 4. Winston, Princeton 94'3 . Long Jump 1. Campbel, Princeton 169 , 2. Slragand, Mount Healthy 16'4 , 3. Arnold, Sycamore 1510 , High Jump 1. Arnold, Sycamore... 2. Murrel, Mount Healthy Girls Coaches Top Ten Poll 1. Princeton (1) 2. Mount Healthy (3) 3. Sycamore (1 )...... 4. Oak Hills ...5'4 , ...5'2 , 45 42 29 5. Turpin 27 6. McAuley 24 7. Lakota 18 8. Walnut Hils . 11 9. Withrow 7 . Mount Notre Dame... 7 NUTRITION & FITNESS CENTER FITNESS Snowouts and rainouts last week limited the voting in the season's first Enquirer baseball coaches board poll Monday afternoon. The preseason No. 1, Oak Hills, was voted to the top spot again. The Highlanders received seven of nine first place votes for 79 points. No. 2 is Glen Este, which received the other two first-place votes for 73 points. The Trojans were No. 4 in the preseason poll. The No. 3 team, Western Hills, totaled 54 points, while Fairfield came was fourth with 43 points, St. Xavier fifth with 46 points, while Turpin seventh with 45 points. Lockland Relays set The Lockland Nite Relays, one of the Cincinnati area's biggest annual track meets, begin today at Lockland. Fifty-four teams will compete in the meet, which will be spilt into four divisions (Class A and AAA boys and girls). Headlining the AAA boys division are Princeton and LaSalle, rated No. 1 and No. 3 in the city, respectively. Girls preliminaries begin today at 4 p.m.. Boys preliminaries begin Thursday at 4 p.m. On Friday, boys field events begin at 4 p.m., with running event finals in all classes beginning at 5:30 p.m. Sycamore girls on track In a battle of girls track giants, Sycamore, rated No. 3 in this week's Enquirer coaches poll, scored an easy victory over No. 2-rated Mount Healthy Tuesday afternoon. The Aviators outpointed Mount Healthy, 87-40, in the overall team score and won 11 of 12 running events. Sycamore has posted the top times in the city in three of four relay events thus far into the season, but its winning times Tuesday were well off those top marks. Baseball resumes, slowly After a week-long bout with snow and rain, baseball action resumed with limited action Tuesday afternoon. Don Buell struck out nine batters and pitched a two-hitter to lead Talawanda past West Carroll-ton, 2-0. Harrison improved its record to 3-1 with a 14-1 pasting of South Dearborn. Northwest pushed a run across in the top of the seventh inning to break a tie score and defeat Woodward, 4-3. Northwest is 3-0. Garners to Eckerd College Twin brothers Sean and John Garner from CAPE have accepted ! BODY REPAIR & ! 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