The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on September 13, 1991 · Page 59
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The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio · Page 59

Cincinnati, Ohio
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Friday, September 13, 1991
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Friday, September 13. 1991 THE CINC INNATI ENQUIRER EXTRAWest 5 SPORTS Sports digest New coach lauds Aiken atmosphere Football players continue show of confidence after last week's win should far surpass last year's $2,500 net for Cookie Vogelpohl's Our Daily Bread soup kitchen in Over-the-Rhine. BY TERRY FLYNN The Cincinnati Enquirer said of the victory. "It was great for me, and it was also great for the (players) who went through last year." ike Brown liked the atmosphere during football practice this Mi I I week at Aiken High School. The fjt3 r 1 1 ;) J Woodward who had returned to coach there as an assistant when he was tapped for the Aiken job, admitted to some tough times last year. "It was a big fight, getting the kids to trust me last Winner takes Cookie Classic on last hole It took the low 18th-hole score to break the tie for men's low gross last weekend in the sixth annual Cookie Classic Invitational Golf Tournament at the par-70 Hillview Golf Course in Mack. Russ McKernan of Western Hills and Jack Ferguson of Delhi Township wound up with 72s, but McKernan scored better on the tiebreaker 18th hole. Debbie Klein of Westwood won her second straight women's title with an 82. The senior low gross for men 60 and over was a 72 by Bill Rinear of Sayler Parke. Calloway handicap flight winners were Dick Von Hoene of Western Hills, Frank Nelson of Delhi Township and Joan Janszen of Mack. Earning $50 in the skins game for making As happy as Brown was with the victory, he was equally pleased with the academic development of his players. "Out of 13 seniors on last year's team, 11 are in college," he said with obvious pride. "They were moving on in education. And this year, every senior has taken the ACT (American College Test). They all haven't passed it yet, but they've all taken it." The Falcons have a big test tonight when they meet Purcell Marian, ranked in the top 10 among area high school teams. BOXING WINNERS: There were six Cincinnati-area winners in the recent 24th annual Ohio State Fair National Invitational Amateur Boxing Championships at Davey Arena, Columbus. They were: 65 pounds, David Kemp; 95, Keith Redding; 106, Da.ite Mincey; 125, Antonio Miller; 139, Ralph Boyce; and 165, Dion Craig. SHARONVILLE HOOPS: The Sharon-ville Youth Organization (SYO) will register boys and girls 7 through 18 for Millcreek Valley League basketball from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday and Sept. 21 in Sharonville Community Center. Fees are $15 for grade-school players and $20 for high school students, in addition to the $10 annual SYO family membership. For information, call 563-9072. Reporters Steve Hoffman and Terry Flynn compile sports notes for EXTRA. Call Hoffman at 733-1984 and Flynn at 860-7103 with your neighborhood sports news. mood was quiet, businesslike. Brown, in his second year as the Falcons' head coach, isn't mystified by the upbeat practice sessions. After going winless in 10 games last year and losing their first game this year, the Aiken players gave Brown his first victory as a head coach last Friday by beating Woodward High School. "I felt confident all (last) week during practice," Brown said. "The players looked much more confident during practice. It was very evident." Brown took over the Aiken job last year at perhaps the lowest ebb in the football team's history. Veteran coach Denny Holthaus was suspended for uttering a racial slur during a practice session, and the Cincinnati school board subsequently decided not to renew his contract. The 28-year-old Brown, a graduate of "The players have been even more businesslike in practice this week," Brown said. "They have a great attitude, year," he said, allud- Mike Brown ing to strong feelings of loyalty toward Holthaus on the part of many players. "I told my coaches we needed to play more players. Many of the players had been going both ways (offense and defense), and when they grew tired late in the game they would take it easy on either offense or defense and go strong the other way. This season we're playing 22 all the time." Everything finally came together against Brown's high school alma mater last week when the Falcons stopped the Bulldogs, 20-16. "I'll never forget this one," Brown and it s exciting for me. "We're small, but all the kids have worked hard over the summer and in eagles were Kevin Schramm of Bridgetown and Tom Davis of Walnut Hills. Bill McCarthy of Delhi Township earned $100 for coming closest to the pin on the 18th hole. Gary Place, co-chairman, said the tourney practice. We are bigger than we were last year. If a kid was 135 (pounds) last season, he's 155 this season. 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