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4 EXTRACentral THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Tuesday, October 15, 1991 SPORTS Experience the Ride of Your Life at the HAUNTED FARM Youll be scared stiff as you ride through the smoby. dead, blacb of night! Princeton soccer takes quick turn BY STEVE HOFFMAN The Cincinnati Enquirer Open Weekends October 4-27th . ... . ... I... i " " . . FUN FOR ALL AGES K f "hen Bruce Bagley switched from Greenhills Wl $5.00 per person, children 5 4 under ride free FRL & SAT. 7:30-1 1:30 p.m. SUN. 7:30-10:00 p.m. High School to Princeton No Reservations Needed i " - - .:zzrz r " - i U , ' ,. 1 .-- --..'' ' iM--z.-' -.' --. ,. ... .i ... - - ;i ' -i: V . , . Rides Leave Continually 9400 Clyo Road, Ccntcrvllle For more information call 433-0886 G V""Y if - how her how much she means... E1 3 i, ,,4 1 fi, f 'J. ' x ' ' ',. ! - V . ' u ' ' .1 V High this fall to coach soccer, he and everyone else figured it was going to be an uphill climb to rebuild the Vikings. Bagley recalled Princeton's seventh-place finish in the eight-team Greater Miami Conference (GMC) a year ago. The team won five matches during two seasons. He predicted it would take four or five years to do what he did at Green-hills. By last week, though, the Vikings' record was 7-4-4, and they were still in the chase for the GMC crown. In 15 years at Greenhills, Bag-ley's Pioneers won or shared 10 league championships, six sectional and two regional titles, and earned their way to Ohio's Final Four twice. He came to Princeton with 196 wins, 70 losses and 30 ties. Winton Woods, the Greenhills-Forest Park consolidation Bagley would have coached had he not moved, last week was ranked the top team in Greater Cincinnati. Vikings soccer looked so good after four preseason scrimmage wins and this year's season start that they were named The Enquirer's sports Team of the Week. The Vikings play at 7 p.m. today in the Division I sectional tournament at Lemon-Monroe. A win would put them into a 7 p.m. game Saturday against the Sycamore-Talawanda winner. Bagley said he took the Princeton job because of troubled finances in the Winton Woods School District and the transfer of good athletes elsewhere. "Princeton is a stable communi- When it comes to fine jewelry, Byrnsidejewlershasthe perfect gift to show your sweetheart how you feel on Sweetest Day, October 19th. The Cincinnati EnquirerDick Swaim Soccer coach Bruce Bagley, in his first year at Princeton High School practice. His team begins the Division I sectional tournament today ty, it pays well and this was a the leading scorer after 13 match challenge." he said. , watches players during a recent exchange student Carlos Perez of Spain, a junior striker. Bagley said he intends to get more boys into the program and keep them through high school. He also wants to spur interest in youth soccer throughout the district by getting involved with anyone who wants to put on mini-clinics. His number is 771-0780. 11942 Hamilton Avenue Pleasant Run Plaza es, with eight goals and four assists, while goalie Mike Connor, a junior, had four shutouts. Freshman Travis Jackson, a defensive sweeper, is a starter. Bagley said players leaving will be hard to replace next fall, specifically senior midfielders John Con-yers and Casey Sutherland, co-captain and stopper Mike Ftacnik and One person who already misses Bagley is Charlie Fredrick, Winton Woods athletic director who hired Bagley at Greenhills. "Bruce . . . gets his kids to believe in themselves," he said. His first Princeton varsity has nine seniors, six juniors and one freshman. Junior J.T. Roberts was 851-8409 Reading girls post five shutouts on way to soccer title Sports digest Charles Spector of Wyoming led the men's 40-45 division. In the mixed competition, Fred Grove and Rosemarie Culver of Kenwood prevailed. Guess which bank can lower your cost of borrowing? team which includes a T-shirt for each player. There will be three age and ability divisions for men, one division for women and one for junior high youths. Registration is at 8 a.m. and play begins at 9 a.m. For information, call Greg Moore at 241-5348. Reading Ameristop of the Valley Girls Passer League won their 18-team league with a 7-0-2 record. The 6- and 7-year-olds compete in the Valley Girls Passer League of the Soccer Association of Youth. Five of Ameristop's nine games were shutout victories. Players include Amber Black, Tara Collett, Allison Craven, Dana Dozier, Meredith Gertz, Amanda Hartman, Katie Hauck, Beth Heider, Melody Hucke, Amie Morris, Crystol Poehl-man, Danielle Poke, Jessica Ramsey and Amanda Wilder. Coaches are Jerry Craven, Tom Morris and Jim Polce. YMCA HOOPS: The Cincinnati Central YMCA will hold a 3-on-3 Hooptacular basketball tournament for men, women and junior high school students Saturday . Entry fee is $45 per 5K SIGN-UP: Steve Taylor of Mount Car-mel and Julie Isphording of Hyde Park are the defending champions of the fourth annual All for One 5K Run scheduled for Oct. 26. The run starts at Victory Parkway and Cypress near Eden Park at 10 a.m. and finishes at Xavier University's O'Connell Sports Center. Entry fees: $11 in advance with T-shirt, $6 advance without T-shirt and $8 on day of race. Information, Brian Besenfelder at 367-6798. y i - -1 f For years, Ameritrust has offered a special loan program for people who meet certain income guide SENIOR NETTERS: The second annual Greater Cincinnati Senior Tennis Doubles Classic recently drew about 50 participants to M.E. Lyons YMCA in Anderson Township. Women's doubles winners were Mary Jane Stille and Marian Morris of Western Hills. Mark and Mel Kinch of Hamilton won the men's 30-35 doubles and Ray Hein of College Hill and lines. There are low minimum loan amounts and you can take longer to repay. For more Call Steve Hoffman at 733-1984 or Terry Flynn at 860-7103 with your neighborhood sports news. information about a Community Financial Births Services Loan, ask at the Ameritrust office in your neighborhood. Z 1 Imeritrust. Service you can bank on. Member FDIC Sept. 21 to Janet and George Schneider, Norwood. Andrew Ryan Farris, born Sept. 18 to Kellie and Charles Farris, Arlington Heights. Tabitha May Wood, born Sept. 19 to Debra and Bruce Wood, Lockland. Michael Justin Blanton, born Sept. 23 to Kathy and Larry Blanton, West Chester. Amanda Christy Kistner, born Sept. 23 to Kelly and Walter Kistner, Liberty Township. Samantha Jo DiGiacomo, born Sept. 8 to Patrina and Mark DiGiacomo, Fairfield. Cody Michael Anderson, born Sept. 20 to Carmen and Christopher Anderson, Fairfield. Meredith Marie Szturm, born Sept. 21 to Jill and Michael Szturm, West Chester. Jillian Rose Varnau, born Sept. 23 to Karen and Mark Varnau, Union Township, Butler County. Tommi Lea Harsch, born Sept. 29 to Sandra Lee Pierce-Harsch and Thomas Frank Harsch, Kevin Michael Wartman, Mount Healthy. Eliot Brumfield Pipes, born Oct. 1 to Shirley Lynne and Edmund B. Pipes, Mount Healthy. Knoell Ward Palmer, born Oct. 1 to Shawn and Andrew Palmer, Golf manor. Paul Daniel Nickulis, born Sept. 28 to Denise Renee Hadsell and Paul Anthony Nickulis, Mount Airy. Brandon Adam Curtis Osborn, born Oct. 1 to Barbara and Adam Osborn, Sharonville. Jayme A. McPherson, born Sept. 23 to Sharon and Tony McPherson, Colerain Township. Stefano David Schutte, born Sept. 20 to Pamela and David Schutte, Colerain Township. Laura Renee Foote, born Sept. 23 to Kimberly and Christopher Foote, Sycamore Township. Jessica Lynn Keller, born Sept. 23 to Teresa and Daniel Keller, Sycamore Township. Nicholas Gregory Cotter, born Sept. 18 to Ann and Robert Cotter, Norwood. Molly Anne Schneider, born Enquirer EXTRA prinrs birth-announcement Information provided by some area hospitals. Relatives should wait at least three weeks before contacting The Enquirer; announcements take about that long to reach EXTRA following release by hospitals. Questions? Call Jay Liding-ton at 576-1409 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. GOOD SAMARITAN Malaysia Dominique La'Vail Reynolds, born Oct. 1 to Patrice Yvette Cherry and Harrison Reynolds, Avondale. Robby Adam Warner, born Sept. 28 to Janet and Kenneth Warner, Springfield Township. Timothy James Sunderman, born Sept. 30 to Nora and Thomas Sunderman, Colerain Towship. Daniel Joseph Hoffman, born Sept. 26 to Donna and David Hoffman, Springfield Township. Antoinette Gena Pope, born Sept. 26 to Veronica and Maurice Pope, Mount Healthy. Brandon Mathew Wartman, oorn Sept. 27 to Cynthia Sue and Kayla Marie Hall, born Sept. 25 to Karen and Rodney Hall, Reading. Alexandra Kathryn Levick, born Oct. 2 to Elizabeth and Peter Levick, Wyoming. Charles Robert Eads, born Sept. 29 to Susan McRoberts and John Eads, Hartwell. 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