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e r- 'nj 'nj- "ef "t" "V "t MO Sunday. October 6, 1991 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER High SchOOlsC-5 Novice swimmer makes splash Denning stars in goal for Princeton water polo team lAllA3r rni"TT)frp7 ' i in . ' '. I . An unusual thing happened to David Denning last year while swimming during a physical education class at Princeton High School. Brian Huseman, the water polo coach, asked him to join the team. "I've never been a good swimmer," Denning said. That didn't matter, because Huseman wanted Den-MBna-- ning to be a goalie. '"'W I' r 1 : r rJSchutte 1 a a. . attaint PAIRiai And Denning is tall, quick, and a good athlete. With Denning stopping more than 100 shots in 11 games this season, the Vikings have a 9-1-1 record. DELUXE CLASSIC ULTRA SUPREME 775 n trtsoN srm kaoius i RADIAL U '3 J High ALL ttiUH 31 til nmUlml J 2 StMl Bait WrtitMl1 ir ;i aii srAsuisna atoms i f'vrv'mmiw. 2 AIM! Balls . 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"I've learned to tread water pretty well," Denning said. "Besides swimming 1,000 meters a day, the hardest part of playing goalie is jumping out of the water to block a shot." Other top players for Princeton are Alex Thompson, Brian Cyr and Danny Birdsong. Princeton's stiffest competition in Cincinnati comes from Milford, Sycamore and Oxford Talawanda. State-wide, Upper Arlington and Toledo St. Francis are strong. Soccer feat worth celebrating At first, Jeff Reeves, the girls soccer coach at Summit Country Day, didn't understand the brief celebration by senior halfback Suzanne Clyne following a goal last week. "Suzanne told me after the game that this was her first goal in seven years playing soccer," Reeves said. "She flew off the field to celebrate after the score. McAuley thrives under new coach When Renee Townley resigned as McAuley volleyball coach in late August, assistant athletic director Velma Lehmann took the job. To everyone's surprise, the Mohawks are 11-4 and could earn a Division I seed position for the first time at today's meeting. "We beat Seton for the first time in the history of the program," Lehmann said. "Last week, the girls followed up with a big win over St. Ursula." Gretchen Smith is the only starting senior. Other starters are Jenna Lemmink, Jill Jaeger, Nicki He-wald, Sandy Middendorf and Mindy Mitchell. St. Xavier kicker sets record St. Xavier's Bill Boehme has already broken the school record for field goals. He added two Friday against La Salle for a total of eight. The record was five set by Tom Aug (1982) and Chad Seitz (1990). Kings' Gose piles up goals Despite double and triple teaming, Kings junior striker Susan Gose continues to run up the goals. She has 17 this season and 51 in three years, a school record. With 11 juniors, the Knights (6-4-1) will be a team to watch next year. Lakota coach reaches milestone Lakota girls golf coach Bev Lyon picked up her 100th career victory Thursday. At one point, Lyon's teams won 64 consecutive matches. This season, Lakota has an 8-10 record after starting 0-5. Fairfield's Duncan gets ace Mandy Duncan of Fairfield scored her first hole-in-one on the par 3, 119-yard fourth hole at Beckett Ridge Tuesday. Princeton golfer almost unbeatable Princeton golfer Missy Winkle has won medalist honors in 12 of 14 matches this season. She averages 42.5 strokes per nine holes. "She has worked at Sharon Woods the past four years and hits the ball about 200 yards off the tee," P23560SR14 P235 60SR15 P25560SR15 82 92 7898 8595 7898 P21565SRI5 P215 65SP15 55.95 PATRIOT .Hi. '1H (CUt IWIl ' Qualifier HR RADIAL GTH CPU msusoHsmuwus PERFORMANCE RADIALS 1 Steel Belts Blackwall PERFORMANCE RADIALS RUMd While Otillina Ltllir All Season Capabilities P175 70HR13 $67.97 PERFORMANCE RADIALS . All Season Capabilities Raised Black Lsltsrs H Speed Raled IireTli P500 LRiENDANV PKHKIHMANCE, HAIN OK SHINE. Ltadtne-Edo Tedmoloav Unique Aaymmelficel Treed Pattern 18570HR13 $75.95 IB570HR14 78 98 195 70HR14 83.93 20570HR14 90.95 18560HR14 8696 19560HR14 90.95 195'60HR15 98 95 20560HR15 104 94 . Sfl 5peeO Halea Tha Cincinnati EnquirerJohn Curley David Denning has blocked more than 100 shots in 11 games this season. coach Jim Ebel said. Winkle has shot 40 four times at Glenview Golf Course this season. Seven Hills breaks losing habit The Seven Hills volleyball team is on the verge of its first winning season. With three games remaining, second-year coach Beth Leonard's crew is 10-7. "Last season's 7-13 record was the best ever," Leonard said. "We only have one senior Oamila Clayton) and I wasn't sure what to expect, since these kids have never learned to win." Besides Clayton, the Stingers are led by juniors Polly Sackett, Nicki Canty, Margy Sawyer and Susie Sanders, and sophomore Christina Sanders. Former CCD player honored Allison Housman, a former standout runner at Cincinnati Country Day, was named the Scholar Athlete of the Week at Ohio State University. A political science major, Housman runs cross country and track and has a 3.23 GPA. Coach wanted Madera is looking for a junior high boys basketball coach. Contact Jim Reynolds at 891-8222. Coaches: Call in statistics Tho Enqwror will taka football statistics today from 1 to 6 p.m. at 369-1905. 369-1913. 369-1906. Also, nominations for Team of the Week and the Performers of the Week will be accepted during this period. Cross country coaches (boys and girls) are reminded to call Larry Merkel (731-6943) from 6 to 9 p.m. to vote in the poll. Golf coaches call Bob West (B31-6126). Tennis coaches call Phil Sinkovich (232-0902). Boys soccer league representatives should contact Steve Cummins (779-6156) and girls soccer league representatives should call Carla Fry (877-2891). both from 6 to 9 p.m. Coaches voting in the volleyball poll are asked to contact Tim Mersch at 874-7943. 'D99A7nc;pi; Son en 73.93 76.96 78.98 81.91 73.93 78.98 79.95 80.88 17570HR13 $72.04 18570HR13 7936 18570HR14 86.52 19570HR14 9066 205'70HR14 96.43 18560HR14 88.94 1950HR14 94.08 19565HR14 99.38 19560HR15" 113.87 05 60HR15"118.59 P18570HR13 P18570HR14 P1570HR14 P20570HR14 P18560HR14 P195 60HR14 P19560HR15 P20560HR15 P215.60HR1S 2in-TP215'60SR14 83.57 B I 1 P'?S.f.nSRia BY. 47 P205 60HR13 P18560HR14 P19560HR14 P195 60HR15 P205'60HH15 P21560HR15 $46.00 50 00 51.00 53.00 54 00 55.00 i Ji k tKOH M73 P215 65SR15 66.46 TFafiB BrSIBII WW YM. IKsWWMHaSTtMBM iKSMHMSKMHHSVilM fSV 5V Sw .f" iWl oL4f alAi 19994 Ifl M fl . BaL Luyrf(T!l lkiJ S&iw--.. 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For Imports 4 Compacts 2 Steel Bells Tubelesa 21ZII STR SPORT Tubeless Blechwall tM:i.-jnai'.iimr.7i:i:ri.-iT 155SR12 Tubeless Bleckwsll For Imports A Compacts 145SR13 $36.17 145SR13 155SR13 165SR13 PATRIOT ULTRA SPORT ALL StASON SJEU RADIAL ' Tubwlesi Blickwall r;ii!:rijiMil'jiii:;,mni 155SR12 $28.98 155SR13 30.93 165SR13 3292 175SR14 35.95 185SR14 38 98 165SR15 3696 17570SR13 33.93 18570SR13 35.95 18570SR14 38.98 19570SR14 4095 sWeWl, 1S5SH13 165SR13 , 175SR14 185SR14 40 86 45.50 53.25 57.12 QUI $23.93 2694 28.98 30.95 31.91 30.95 31.91 32.92 3393 175SR14 185SR14 165SR15 155SR12 155SR13 1655R13 175SR14 185SR14 165SR15 175 70SR13 185 70SR13 185 70SR14 195 70SR14 $34.94 35 95 38.98 40.95 48 98 50 95 48.98 42.92 4696 51.91 53.93 -JBJJL 165 70SR13 5121 155SR12 155SR13 165SR13 175SR14 165SR14 165SR15 175 70SR13 18570SR13 18570SR14 19570SH14 $33.93 35.95 37.97 40.95 4494 4292 38 98 41.91 44 94 4696 16570SR13 jM75 70SR13 56.94 t IBS 70SH13 63.02 17570SR13 18570SR13 1B57U5HH 67 41 34.94 yi95 70SR14 71.22 18570SR14 I95 70SR14 TREAD DESIGN MAY VAHV i' 1' 1 SE NTRV &jLH7JST,OJ goodyear PATRIOT TRUCK HIGHWAY t TRACTION CFGoodrieh All-Terrain TA Raised While Letters RADIAL t NONRADIAl Radial Bacon 15 at Garfield Jr. High Quarterback Jason Pate scored three touchdowns and threw for another, and Matt Chaney scored two TDs. nnr.tB mm. a ( 15-15 BADIN 7 H 12 -33 HS - Pate 1 run (Goldberg kick) HB Pate 1 run (Goldberg kick) HB - Chaney u pass from Pate (Goldberg kick) HB Chaney 7 run (run failed) HB - Pate 11 run (kick failed) RB Johnson 20 blocked punt return (Fein kick). RB Goedde I run (Goedde run) Records: Badin S-1, 2-1 GCL, Roger Bacon 3-3, 1-1 GCL Leckland 20, Summit t at Summit Quarterback Brian Wilschevlck completed IS passes for 226 yards and scored two touchdowns. Josh Havens caught nine passes for 164 yards and one TD. Summit's only score came In the closing moments when quarterback Brian Nurre combined with Cary Daniel on a 47-yard pass play. LOCKLAND M 0 0-20 SUMMIT 0 0 0 6-6 L Havens 16 pass from Wilschevlck (kick failed) L - Wilschevlck 1 run (Boy run) L - Wilschevlck 1 run (kick blocked) S Daniel 47 pass from Nurre (kick failed) Records: S 2-4, 1-2 MVC L 5-1, 2-1 MVC. TRAIL KING IKHIL WUib WRANGLER STEEL RADIALS Excellent Traction P Metric AT Oulllne While Letters fcL I l Rover RV 800X16 5 54.00 TtuiSS,, ' ft -Outline While Letters 1 875X16.5 59.00 64.00 . 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SZ K 311150R15 115.95 LT23585R16 89.00 91.00 3312.50-15 76.96 331250R15 124.94 Rover RV LOAD ' LT21575R15 $89 00 LT23575R15 99 00 LT235 85R16 117 00 i 30 950R15 98.00 II 311050R15 109.00 I 32 1150R15 117 00 I' 33-1250R15 127.00 I 3M050RI6 5 115.00 I I 33 1250H16.5 13300 351250R15 138.00 35 1250R165 15300 SIZE RANGE PRICE 'P20575R15 B $82 92 P2I5 75R15 B 85 95 P23575R15 B 87 97 31 1050R15 C 112.92 i t i r i ill I'l.uiin i d si i ' ! 1811, WW kv '(, masiiii msir m- sr- rrr: ,:. a munii tr w mnmuhtt u..t ou tizara iuu&ii u..i The Glen Este girls soccer team made a bold statement Saturday with a 3-0 victory over Clayton Northmont, ranked seventh in the nation by USA Today and second in Ohio. "If this doesn't make us No. 1 in Cincinnati, something's wrong," coach Dan Woodruff said. "We've now beaten most of the top teams, including Anderson, West Carroll-ton, Milford and Amelia." Christa Miller, Krista Martin and Shelly Neal scored goals. "This was Julie McCaffrey's ninth consecutive shutout," Woodruff said. "Our defense Qamie Means, Roseanne Clark, Lori Meams and Kim Wehrman) has only allowed 48 shots on goal in nine games." Volleyball Lakota's volleyball team pulled off a major upset in the Greater Miami Conference Tournament, knocking off once-beaten Milford, 15-3, 15-8, at Princeton. As a result, Milford, which won the regular-season round-robin, and Lakota, will share the CMC title. Cross country Colerain's Henry Dennis easily won the boys Division I race in the Fr. Rudy Invitational Cross Country meet at Rapid Run Park. His time was 15:40 over 3.1 miles. Visiting Toledo Whitmer, ranked No. 2 in Ohio, won the team title. In boys Division II, Anderson won the team title with Wyoming's Greg Ruckman posting the fastest individual time of 16:05. In girls action, Upper Arlington won Division I and Ursuline's Carrie Groth (19:06) took second behind Upper Arlington's Laura Stugers. McNicholas won Division II. Football Hamilton Badin 33, Roger SB UplcTQCoWC'lt'rg npi up io 4 jo low L-'tfli ng Arrfii baTDlJSII 0::E675 SZrDEU0 FiiEEDOIl) Mount Healthy 20, Aiken 14 at Mount Healthy Brian Cannon's 9-yard touchdown pass to Matt Wehby in the third period was the difference as the Owls broke a two-game losing streak. Marc Daniels rushed for 133 yards on 21 carries. Aiken's Priest Love completed 15 of 33 passes for 174 yards and one touchdown. i W-m trait) .f wm FRnm eqd RiicnranT tuniiii,ii,mv batfHttteiletttpttMelMB - . j .'f Ixmsmv' K . eeaBjjjaeea. m . W MM LZZ rMECiEiiilllET: V 0 4 0 l-W 6 I 4 0-20 AIKEN MOUNT HEALTHY TVPB 69 TVPB Bfl tvpsi an ALUMINUM ALUMINUM STRUTS m nnTniDOEs . . tr aoo ALUMINUM 15X7 $79" a AAA '59" kim ft 15X7' 15X703" l'H A 7 $79 15X8.589" 1 16X7 Wt iK3 16X built mv tr MOftsioa aura PRICES EFFECTIVE Co) Trn 19)11 THRU OCTOBER 1 2 - si" ST Li U UVJk L. M.T'Ji 111 1 1 M Daniels 1 run (pass failed) A Love I run (pass tailed) M - Cannon 1 run (Wehby pass from Johnson) M - Wehby pass from Cannon (kick tailed) A - Reese 9 pass from Love (Reese pass from Love) Records: M 4 2, A 2-4. Franklin 28, Fenwick 22 at Barnitz Stadium Quarterback Brian White scored the winning touchdown on a 3-yard run late in the third period. FRANKLIN 1 13 ( 2-20 FENWICK 0 7 1 0-22 FR - Fierce S pass from White (Bates kick) FE - Hugar 4 run (Ehrhardt run) FR - Bmnerl 4 run (Bates kick) FE - Beurleln V pass from Dobroisl (Stuck kick) FR - Hartman 10 pass from White (pass failed) FE - Crenford run (Stuck kick) FR - White 1 run (pass laned) FRi- Safety, punter stepped out of end lone. Rec-?di: Fenwick VI, 2-1 MMU Franklin 44 2-1 MML. j Ml'- ftmtA "len.a na .,. . U : ..H.K,.,', a..'- lil ITD LIHT1MI WaPHMHT OPEN 7 DAYS Sunday 10 1 m. to S p.m. Mon.-Frl. 7 50 a.m. to 8 p m. Saturday 7:10 a.m. to 5 p.m. CINCINNATI-EAST lotl Core Blvd. CINCINNATI-WEST 6JS3 Grtnwoy Avt Ad (Of tnt to Wittem Rowll 57a-8S5S W ipMiv Nfl riyht m ii mil siuanniKr Titt mt)r1ninU riy vr SV Id' All lloff t ln () ttn d'1iMl Itrt to- Ou 1 tlvtw prtctl Som lilt n, br !( ftWM firm thf mnu1aclurf Titi M (Itfi UA' Hom arliirl'Wtmo. to iilttM e trifriMl nti dttiConai mil iMpping if ma rtfiHi Av.it)iil oi torn ittti iifntM i')f mviantt t" mtH tpoH ilt4 Ooiirlti in tiotf lAdjacen! to Biqgi (nrroncel 75J-T111 CINCINNATI-NORTH The Cincinnati EnquirerPhaedra Singells V Colerain's Henry Dennis has a big lead on his way to winning the Division I race in the Fr. Rudy Invitational Cross Country j meet at Rapid, Run Park. In County Moll Mai FLORENCE, KV. US 42 i Mall Hi S71-97TO SgAWSjg OH. 1 1 700 Printeton SprincAje, 671-2821! V 1991 TIRE AMEWCA INC. . . J . . a. - j,elaseaa-.---a-M''''

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