The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on October 22, 1991 · Page 68
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The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio · Page 68

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Tuesday, October 22, 1991 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER EXTRAEast Central 7 SPORTS Hyde Park record-holder named Ohio Female Swimmer of the Year the tennis industry. Sports digest Clermont Youth Football Association, an affiliate of Buckeye National Youth Football. Tom Glasgow of Withamsville is West Clermont's president. Rachel Gustin of Hyde Park, a junior at Seven Hills Upper School, has been named Ohio Female Swimmer of the Year by the Ohio High School Swimming Coaches Association. In the state Hall of Fame. He lettered four eyars in tennis at NMU. Contardi, a 1967 graduate, was cited for his "personal success in tennis instruction" and "his work in junior development as well as structured adult programs." He is founder of the Contardi Tennis Camp and Tennis Academy. In 1990, Contardi received a master professional certificate from the U.S. Professional Tennis Association, highest certificate in in sports including bicycling, swimming, table tennis and shuffle-board. They competed in both the open and wheelchair divisions. All receive medical care through a Veterans Affairs facility. 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. BIKE CHAMP: Eugene Kry-gowski of Price Hill, a 63-year-old Marine Corps veteran, won the silver medal in the half-mile bicycle event for ages 63-70 at the National Veterans Golden Age Games in St. Petersburg, Fla., Oct. 14. Krygowski was among more than 250 U.S. military veterans, ages 55 and older, who competed ington, Ky.; Nashville, Tenn.; Rhinestone Club, Richmond, Ky.; and Toledo. HONORED PAIR: Two ) . : - . t. ' 'Mi: 1 IIIIIIIW. IIIII--IMB I HALL OF FAMER: Steve Contardi, director and operating partner of Harper's Point Racquet Club, was one of six former Northern Michigan University athletes recently inducted into its Sports meet last season, Gustin set a record in the 200-yard individual medley with a time of 2 minutes, 3.203 second. She also won the 1 0 0 - y a r d breaststroke in Rachel Gustin NEWSPAPER IN EDUCATION For information about The Enquirer and The Post's Newspaper in Education program call our NIE coordinator at 369-1717 50 Years of Service grpnpru3 FALL VARIETIESFRESRFROMOUR ORCHARD Apple Cider No Preservatives Added ROUSTER'S Apple House i i , ,i MARKET HOURS: Tuesday Sunday 1 0-6 CLOSED MONDAY yjLJf 625-5504 r4h$l Milford US 50 Exit off I-275, Turn left, Turn" right onto JT SR 131, 1986 SR 131 (6 miles east of Milford) fe to the Hearing Imn aired HEARING CENTER Call for a FREE hearing evaluation! 52 Cu? J llllllll Fairfield men, Steve Contardi Howard "Bud" Bosken and Austin Gleason, will be inducted into the Hamilton Bowling Hall of Fame Sunday night in the Fairfield VFW before an estimated 150 people. The honors began in 1975. WLWT (Channel 5) sportscast-er Len Matuszek, former major league outfielder and Moeller High star, will be the guest speaker. Bosken, proprietor of Fairfield Lanes since 1973, was previously co-owner of Del-Fair Lanes in Delhi Township, for 15 years and manager of Hoinke Lanes in Price Hill and Fairfield Lanes, starting in the 1940s. He is known for his bowling promotions, charity events and junior-bowling advocacy. Gleason has been bowling since 1945. He rolled a 214 triplicate in 1950 and has career highs of a 277 game, 698 series, and 190 average. He personally sponsored teams for 17 years, winning nine league championships. FLORIDA-BOUND: Three teams from the West Clermont Youth Football Association will participate in the National Pee Wee Football Championships at Daytona Beach, Fla., over the Thanksgiving weekend. They are the 9-year-old Renegades, coached by Tom Stratman, of Mount Carmel; 11-year-old Warriors, coached by Tom Peacock, of Eastgate, and 12-year-old Tomahawks, coached by Jim Carson, Amelia. The teams will attend weigh-ins Nov. 27 and play first-round games Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 28. Losers will play again Nov. 29 and winners are idle until Nov. 30. The Tomahawks were 5-0-1 as of last week, Renegades 5-1-0 and Warriors 5-2-0, each with three regular-season games remaining. It is the sixth year West Clermont teams will play in the Florida invitational, a double-elimination tourney. In 1989, coach Bob Daugherty's 10-year-old Apaches won its championship with two victories. There are six teams in the West 1:03.32. In Swimming World magazine national rankings, she was recently named number one in the 100-yard breaststroke, and second in the 200-yard individual medley among private, independent school swimmers. Among all public-private school swimmers, Gustin's breast-stroke time ranked second in the U.S.. Her individual medley time was fourth best. SENIOR ACE: Don't tell Bob Bloebaum of Montgomery he's too old to bowl high scores since he turned 65 June 16. In the Deer Park Social League at Strikes & Spares Lanes recently, he bowled a 758 three-game series for a career best, beating a 709 he scored five years ago at the former Montgomery Bowl. His series consisted of 277, 264 and 217 games, boosting his average from 195 to 207. Bloebaum, a life insurance agent, is a member of the Scalise Precision Tool team and is the oldest bowler in his league. The same night he rolled his best series, Rick Ehrenschwender of Deer Park, one of the city's young pins stars, rolled a 794 series. 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