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THE'.SALINA JOURNAL SPORTS Jowen / BasketbaU lends itself to PA SUNDAY, MAY 17. 1996_ BRIEFLY PAGE D1 ancCall that kind of stuff. That night was re- lectricity." « Tlttj* to step down, look back g5>Sven retired as public address announce£following the 1995 season, culminating a 25$ear career behind the microphone — the lastjp by himself. He remained director of public relations, but will leave that position wife his retirement June 12. Lowen came to Fort Hays in 1965 as sports information director after working one year as an undergraduate English instructor at Emporia State, his alma mater. Helspent four years as sports information director, then moved into the public relations office, where he has been for 29 years. ^e also served as the school's golf coach forks years, from 1972-87. His 1977 squad wott-the Central States IntercoUegiate Athletic Association title. put his work at the public address micro- pho'rie is what Lowen is best known for. He was to Gross Coliseum what Harry Caray wag to Wrigley Field. 1 To' say Lowen had designs on the job is in- corrfect. In fact, the job sought him. "• at % 1971, a couple of guys said, 'hey, spell us'.on the PA.' I said, 'PA, what's that?' I didn't tfhow anything about PA, so I went to a couple of games and listened and paid a little aftetition. Being a ham, like most of us are, I just kinda learned to handle it," he said. J /Of course, once they find out you can do basketball, then they ask you to do football, wrestling, track, cross country, gymnas- tic'si" Lowen said. "I did them all through the-years." PA craftsman ^Basketball was his specialty and first loye.'.'His deep, rich, booming voice filled Grofes Coliseum and warmed many a frigid winter nights on the high plains. "'The best part was the introductions," said Rege Klitzke, a Tiger player for four years and now associate athletic director at Fort "Hays. "He could really generate excitement with the way he introduced the players! 'He'd get people psyched up." %'6wen could incite a crowd as no other, but'&lso could contain them, if needed. i m lf somebody threw something on the 'fl6 oi?, Bob was right there to tell them to stop 1 ;" Klitzke said. "The officials never had to say a word. He was a grandfather figure. He told them to stop, but did it in a nice way." 'Ltjwen quickly discovered the job was jn6? e than talking. It, like any other job, was ;a craft and could be molded to fit his style. » Players' names were his specialty. One 'particularly sticks out. I "You remember the name Cesar Fantauzzi?" Lowen asked of the 6-foot-4 forward froni Puerto Rico who had a brief but colorful 'one-year career at Fort Hays. K "Everybody everyplace I go, anybody Photo courtesy Fort Hays State University Lowen, Scoreboard and clock operator Keith Faulkner (center) and scorekeeper Gene Fleharty (right) administered Fort Hays State basketball games for several years. who knows Fort Hays State basketball remembers the name Cesar Fantauzzi. They always try to get me to repeat that like I used to. I probably couldn't even do it any more if I wanted to. "Cesar Fantauzzi, that's a two and three syllable name. Man, you can take a name like that and drag it out from Hays to HiU City. Guys that have one-syllable names like Jeff and Bob are really tough. You need to change the name Bob to Robert and now all of a sudden you've got a PA name." Voice inflection is also important. "I read an article where a guy was talking about doing the PA for basketball and he said you can't get anybody fired up in football," Lowen said. "He's right. But basketball really lends itself to a public address announcer. I tried to raise the crescendo by motivating the crowd. You can send chills up and down their spine just by what you say and how you say it." Lowen admits he subtly tried to influence officials, on occasion. "I'd give one of our guys credit for a basket before the official would make his decision if it was questionable or really debatable," Lowen said with a laugh. "Then I'd say 'excuse me' if the basket wasn't good." Lowen's job was to tout the Tigers, but he wasn't a shill for the Black and Gold. "I tried to give the other team their due. If some guy made a fullcourt run and slam dunked it, I'd give him credit," he said. "I didn't give them the same noise level I did our kids, but I said it loud enough everybody in the gym knew who made the basket for the other team. I think they respected that." Hamblin, boys basketball coach at Hugoton High School the past 16 years, played two seasons at Fort Hays and was a graduate assistant coach for one. He said Lowen was an inspiration for the guys on the court. "He was definitely an asset," Hamblin said. "It didn't matter what size the crowd was, he tried to get them pumped up. He could really get them going. You'd shoot a shot and he'd anticipate it going in and really make a big deal of it." Lowen was never paid for doing PA during his 25 years. "The only pay I got was a couple of reserve seats down in the end zone," he said. "I never wanted any pay because I had too much fun doing it." Good times, bad times Lowen recalled several thrilling victories — Denver U., Marymount, Washburn, Kearney State — and heartbreaking losses — Morningside, Iowa, in the NCAA Regional in his final game. "There were a lot of great times, great fun, great names, great kids, great coaches," he said. "The Morningside loss was hard to swallow. "Marymount was, in all honesty, the best rivalry we've ever had. You can talk about Emporia (State), Washburn and Kearney State and those were great games, conference and District 10. But for sheer excitement and hard-nosed basketball, it was Marymount. Bellybutton to bellybutton. "(Coach) Ken Cochran and Marymount made everyone else better. Just like Fort Hays has made the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference 150 percent better than it's ever been, particularly in basketball." Arguably, the top five Lowen, who called more than 500 games, offered his all-time Fort Hays State team. "Be sure you say arguably," he said. "There have been a lot of great players at Fort Hays State through the years." • Center— Alonzo Goldston. • Forward— Dennis Edwards. "He came to me one night before a game and asked me if I'd nickname him 'Instant Offense,' " Lowen said. "I said, 'you ain't shown me nothin' yet.' I never called him that, but he deserved the title." • Forward — Nate Rollins. "We got him — stole him — from Marymount," Lowen said. "He played center, but he's a forward on my team. He did well out here and. was very popular." • Two guard— Geoff Eck. • Point guard — Raymond Lee. Lowen's second team consists of Mike Pauls, Freddie Campbell, Mark Wilson, Barton Snow and Edgar Eason. Tee time, travel time Lowen, an avid golfer (he plays five times a week now), plans to play even more in retirement. He also wants to travel with his wife Bev and visit their six children and follow the Tigers. "We're going to stay in Hays," he said. "We'll probably follow the Tigers even more now that we've got some time to follow baseball and other sports." Lowen said he's frequently asked why he quit. Better to walk out than be carried out, he said. "First, I'm still in good health and have a good voice," he said. "Second, I watch so many of these guys do these tilings, like Harry Caray, and others and they do a nice job, yes, but some of them do it until they carry them out on a stretcher. I thought it was time for other people, younger people, to go in and do it. "I've been asked by hundreds of people to come back. But I really haven't considered it. Kenneth Billinger's doing a good job." Rosado, who has coached Miami-Dade North Community College in Florida the past nine years, remembers Lowen as a standard bearer. "He was way beyond our program at the time in terms of skill and ability," he said. "We had far better support people than people on the court. He was a high-quality professional person who gave our games more panache and polish than they deserved." "It's been a great ride," Lowen said. "It's just time for somebody else. Let the next generation take over. I've always loved Fort Hays and tried to represent the university as best I could where ever I was." HIGH SCHOOL LEAGUE TRACK AND FIELD MEETS i CO7TONWOOD VALLEY LEAGUE t> -i'.^ At Whitewater \ ,'jrv; BOYS t. " . Team scores Mariorr 185, Herington 136, Chase County '77, Saa&i Hsart 56, Council Grove 51, Hem- ;ingtpn44. ', ' Individual results : 110m hurdles — 1. Schroeder, R, 17.32; 2. •Powers, M, 17.42; 3. Versch, M, 18.14. '. 300m hurdles — 1. Powers, M, 43.43; 2. jSchroeder, M, 44.67; 3. Cross, R, 45.52. , IMmdash— 1. Griffin, CC,1 1.1 4; 2. Ortiz, •H, 11.61; 3. Law, CG, 11.7; 5. Campbell, SH, •12*.... pQfnjdash — 1. Griffin, CC, 23.75; 2. .CSJhnball, SH, 24.5; 3. Beavers, H, 24.51. .• ffltajlash — 1. Griffin, CC, 52.21 ; 2. Bar- loi(|,ft'a.96; 3. Secrest, M, 55.4; 5. Stoltman, inm — 1. Ta]chman, M, 2:07.1; 2. ;SoJira«f, H, 2:08.78; 3. Hett, M, 2:09.45. >• MMm run — 1. Tajchman, M, 4:46.6; 2. 'Jaines^H, 5:01; 3. Donahue, H, 5:08.02; 4. •Staten,SH, 5:08.9. JjOOrn run — 1. Goentzel, M, 11:18.54; 2. Lanstefa, H, 11:28.8; 3. Donahue, H, ! 6. Hull, SH, 14:08.27. 1 — 1. Herington, 46.78; 2. Sa- t|rt, 46.95; 3. Marion, 47.36. n relay — 1. Herington, 3:42.2; 2. Sacred Heart, 3:45.49; 3. Marion, 3:46.12. " JjPWnl relay — 1. Herington, 8:37.97; 2. "Repfgton, 9:31.47; 3. Marion, 10:00.59; 4. .Sscreo 1 Heart, 11:44.66. . SJhpt put — 1. Baker, CC, 167-9V4; 2. Hay^v CC, 45-914; 3. Rains, CC, 43-11. ; (Jjscus — 1. Schlckedanz, CO, 155-6; 2. BakeK CC, 149-1; 3. Delaney, M, 130-5; 6. BawTSH, 122-0. : n<W lump — 1. Zotti, H, 6-6; 2. Barlow, H, 6-i}St Hett, M, 5-6. Lwjg jump — 1 . Law, CG, 1 8-7; 2. Secrest, .'KMSS; 3. Ryan, SH, 17-9; 4. Herbel, HS, 16>?;.-; • Tflflleilump — 1. Powers, M, 36-3; 2. •WWejian, M, 34-8; 3.. Brawn, CG, 33-9'/<; 4. Station, SH, 33-6. '. Jjjyelln — 1 . Bowen, CG, 1 67-9; 2. Gore, M, 161B.-3; 3. Crati, M, 147-3; 4. Slottman, SH, 140< . 1. Je.Helt, M, 12-6; 2. JuJHett, ; 3. Gregory, H, 10-0. ,•'.; GIRLS •>;' Team scores Council Grove 202, Marion 168, Remington 66?Sacred Heart 53, Herington 38, Chase Individual results Ijttgi hurdles — 1. Smitheran, CG, 17.43; 2.1M<e, CG, 17.59; 3. Tajchman, M, 17.69. WOW hurdles — 1, LJtke, CG, 49.84; 2. SrMh|ian, CG, 52.89; 3. Claassen, R, 53.31. ' *Jwi dssh — 1. Bachura, CG, 12.56; 2. MJjOJI, M, 13.01; 3. Baisel, M, 13.42. MOpi dash — 1. Bachura, CG, 27.62; 2. WMoj, M, 28.26; 3. Belsel, 28.8. fljOfli dssh — 1. Bachura, CG, 1:01.61; 2. Ttiig/ip, CG, 1:03.69; 3. Ryan, SH, 1:03..91. SMtn run — 1. McGettrick, CG, 2:39.98; 2. RyaySH, 2:41.73; 3. Claassen, R, 53.31. f|00m run — 1. Taylor, M, 5:49; 2. Moore, M,'5£4.49; 3. Suelter, SH, 6:04.23; 4. Dye, SH>6?19.32. S&JDm run — 1. Taylor, M, 12:34.3; 2. Molire, M, 13:01.21; 3. Suelter, SH, 13:21.82; 4.fly«, SH, 14:00.09. 4flOjh relay — 1. Remington, 55.83; 2. Council Grove, 56.05; 3. Herington, 56.34. IjBMm relay — 1 . Council Grove, 4:17.84; 2. Sacred Heart, 4:35.24; 3. Marion, 4:40.61. WO^i relay — 1. Marion, 1:59.00; 2. Council dtjVe, 1:59.23; 3. Remington, 2:05.5. Stat put — 1. Scherbnng, H, 32-5; 2. Lay, CQ, 39-9; 3. Brown, CG, 31-5. Discus — 1 . Lay, CG, 11 9-9; 2. Peters, CG, 1 0>Sj 3. Schmidt, H, 98-2. Hjgb Jump— 1. Bingesser, CG, 5-2; 2. Bennett, M, 5-0; 3. Artz, R, 4-1; 5. Weese, SH, 48.-.V* Bong jump — 1 . Bennett, M, 1 5-9; 2. Beisel, M'4SeVi;3. Leben, R, 14-6VS. typle jump — 1. Bennett, M, 32-7V4; 2. StxjvSr, H, 31-5; 3. Gilbert, CG, 29-3 'A, M«>lln — 1. Peters, CG, 123-6; 2. Weese, SH;>12-5; 3. Lay, CG, 105-5. yautt — 1. Tajchman, M, 7-3; 2. ar, CG, 5-11 'A; 3. Claassen, R, 5-6. ART OF AMERICA LEAGUE AtPeabody ;.-: BOYS • «\ Team scores Benan Academy 16, Bunion 94, Canton- Gajtii-.77, Hutchinson Trinity 72, Little River 35, Sedgwick 29, Goessel 24, Moundridgs 20, Inman 18, Pretty Prairie 14, Central Christian 12, Ell-Saline 4, PeabodyO. Individual results 110m hurdles — 1. Timken, BA, 15.44; 2. Dixon, S, 15.99; 3. Unrau, Q, 16.25. 300m hurdles — 1. Timken, BA, 41.29; 2. Dixon, S, 42.86; 3. Unrau, G, 43.39. 100m dash — 1. Ingmire, BA, 11.3; 2. Valencia, HT, 11.41; 3. Crane, CG, 11.62. 200m dssh — 1. Valencia, HT, 23.33; 2. In- gmlre, BA, 23.38; 3. Crane, CG, 23.95. 400m dash — 1. Valenxia, HT, 50.07; 2. Bailey, CC, 51.42; 3. Rndley, B, 52.84. 800m run — 1. Smith, B, 2:01.22; 2. Balzer, BA, 2:01.87; 3. Anderson, CG, 2:06.95. 1,600m run — 1. Smith, B, 4:42.80; 2. Balzer, BA, 4:43.75; 3. Palacioz, HT, 4:47.17. 3,200m run — 1. Smith, B, 10:06.97; 2. Cutting, M, 10:11.06; 3. Palacioz, HT, 10:19.57. 400m relay — 1. Berean Academy, 45.05; 2. Canton-Galva, 45.39; 3. Sedgwick, 46.5. 1,600m relay — 1. Berean Academy, 3:35.41; 2. Canton-Galva, 3:36.50; 3. Burton, 3:37.18. 3,200m relay — 1. Berean Academy, 8:33.62; 2. Burrton, 8:39.00; 3. Goessel, 8:43.29. Shot put — 1. Johnson, B, 60-7; 2, Cornell, LR,50-7'/4;3.Neufeld,l,46-4. Discus — 1. Johnson, B, 157-2; 2. Cordell, LH, 142-10; 3. Busenitz, BA, 141-9. High jump — 1. Jordan, BA, 6-3; 2. Thompson, CG, 6-2; 3. Busenitz, BA, 6-2. Triple jump — 1. Koehn, CG, 44-3'A; 2. Ogwal, HT, 42-6; 3. Timken, BA, 39-6. Javelin — 1. Rochelle, LR, 176-0; 2. Busenitz, BA, 167-1; 3. Johnson, B, 161-1. Pole vault — 1. Manche, B, 13-0; 2. Schwartz, 1,13-0; 3. Walker, BA, 12-6. GIRLS Team scores Pretty Prairie 97, Moundridge 95V4, Berean Academy 78, Inman 59, Little River 53, Burrton 31, Sedgwick 20, Goessel 19, Central Christian 18, Hutchinson Trinity 15, Ell-Saline 14, Peabody 9, Canlon-Galva 6. Individual results 100m hurdles — 1. Holloway, M, 15.87; 2. Mason, S, 16.51; 3. Thach, B, 16.99. 300m hurdles — 1. Moddelmog, M, 49.5; 2. Fuqua, 1,49.93; 3. Oswalt, LR, 50.82. 100m dash — 1. Strohl, PP, 13.81; 2. Ol- bricht, BA, 13.70; 3. Belknap, CC, 13.81. 200m dssh — 1. Strahl, PP, 27.76; 2. Marshall, ES, 28.54; 3. Ingwerson, BA, 28.74. 400m dssh — 1. Mitchell, LR, 1:00.83; 2. Blackburn, HT, 1:02.22; 3. Busenitz, BA, 1:03.59. 800m run — 1. Swisher, I, 2:31.28; 2, Stucky, PP, 2:33.24; 3. Ellwood, LH, 2:33.75. 1,600m run — 1. Koehn, M, 5:30.89; 2. Nielsen, BA, 5:39.65; 3. Swisher, 1,5:51.01. 3,200m run — 1. Koehn, M, 11:51.0; 2. Belry, CC, 12:26.36; 3. Neilsen, BA, 12:43.47. 400m relay — 1. Pretty Prairie, 52.59; 2. Inman, 53.23; 3. Berean Academy, 53.47. 1,600m relay — 1. Moundridge, 4:18; 2. Pretty Prairie, 4:22.17; 3. Inman, <:23.35. 800m relay — 1. Inman, 1:50.71; 2. Pretty Prairie, 1:51.06; 3. Berean Academy, 1:52.91. Shot put — 1. McClellan, PP, 35- >A; 2. Post, P, 33-9 '/<; 3. Schiertlng, 1,32-6. Discus — V Basinger, PP, 101-7; 2. McClellan, PP, 99-8Vi; 3. Tolle, M, 83-10%. High lump — 1. Schrag, M, 4-10; 2, Schmidt, G, 4-8.3. Gilbert, 1,4-6. Long jump — 1. Danner, B, 16-11; 2. Holloway, M, 16-4U; 3. Mitchell, LR, 15-10. Triple Jump — 1. Morrow, BA, 35-11; 2. Holloway, M, 33-8 Vi; 3. Oanner, B, 33-0. Javelin — 1. Prose, LR, 147-4; 2. McClellan. PP, 128-3; 3. Henderson, PP, 116-9. Pole vault — 1. Conkling, PP, 6-5; 2. Colton, PP, 6-4; 3. Bruce, PP, 6-3. NCAA LEAGUE At Belolt BOYS Team scores Bfltoft 156, Ellsworth 119, SE Saline 84, Minneapolis 81, Russell 63, Belleville 52. Individual results High |ump -1. Naslund, BT, 6-2; 2. Smith, E, M; 3. Eilert, BT, 5-10. Long lump-1. Gray, BT, 21-3 V4;2.McGin- nis, BT, 20-3 '/<; 3. Pemberton, R, 19-6; 5. Belts, SES, 19-1. Javelin - 1. Rle, BT, 193-2; 2. Schwarz, SES, 187-4; 3. Thompson, BT, 181-5. Discus - 1. Thompson, BT, 194-7; 2. Rensink, M, 147-10; 3. Davis, SES. 134-11. Pols vault -1. Milhon, R, 14-3'/<; 2. Milum, M, 11-6;3.Stefak,E. 11-0. Shot put - 1. Thompson, BT. 61-5 W; 2. File, BT, 51-9; 3. Schulte, R, 50-8V4. 3,200m relay - 1. Southeast of Saline, 8:50.38; 2. Ellsworth, 6:59.92; 3. Beloit, 9:02.19. 110m hurdles - 1. Belts, SES, 15.54; 2. McGinnis, BT, 15.88; 3. Thurston, M, 16.77. 100m dash - 1. Dickson, SES, 10.91; 2. Eitzmann, BV, 11.48; 3. Meall, M, 11.53. Triple Jump - 1. Gray, BT, 45-4 V4; 2. McGinnis, BT, 43-3 Vi; 3. Wiley, BV, 41 -6 %. 1,600m run - 1. Ca.Smith, E, 4:29.17; 2. Orozco, E, 4:30.64; 3. Cole, R, 4:34.38; 6. Craig, SES, 4:44.55. 400m relay -1. Minneapolis, 44.96; 2. Russell, 45.55; 3. Belleville, 45.75. 400m run -1. Dickson, SES, 49.67; 2. Whitney, R, 50.37; 3. Sherman, E, 51.33. 300m hurdles -1. McGinnis, BT, 41.02; 2. Belts, SES, 41.81; 3. Thurston, M, 41.91; 6. Linneman, SES, 45.48. 800m run -1. Ca.Smith, E, 2:04.07; 2. Pingel, BT, 2:05.86; 3. Endslay, E, 2:11.95; 4. Pope, SES, 2:12.57. 200m dash - 1. Dickson, SES, 22.46; 2. Eitzman, BV, 23.32; 3. Meall, M, 23.75. 3,200m run - 1. Orozco, E, 10:05.38; 2. Cole, H, 10:13.66; 3. Co.Smilh, E, 10:13.99; 4. Craig, SES, 10:20.64. 1,600m relay -1. Ellsworth, 3:33.30; 2. Minneapolis, 3:33.76; 3. Beloit, 3:39.48. GIRLS Team scores Russell 150, Beloit 145, Ellsworth 69, Minneapolis 61, Southeast ol Saline 48, Belleville 47. Individual results High Jump -1. Raab, BT, 5-0; 2. Muss, H, 410; 3. Chapman, BT, 4-10. Long lump - 1. Chapman, BT, 15-9'A; 2. Doering, M, 14-4«; 3. Davidson, R, 14-2«. Shot put-1. Holloway, R, 46-1; 2. Rle, BT, 35-2'/<;3.Ade,SES,34-11. Javelin - 1. Ade, SES, 1224; 2. Rle, BT, 106-4; 3. Fariee, BV, 105-0. Discus - 1. Holloway, R, 146-3; 2. Ade, SES, 122-8; 3. Rle, BT, 113-4. Triple jump -1. Balluch, BT, 33-1; 2. Kylsr, E, 30-3; 3. Prochaska,M,30-2V4. 100m hurdles - 1. Sander, R, 17.26; 2. Holoway, BT, 17.27; 3. Kylsr, E, 17.37. 3,200m relay -1. Ellsworth, 10:40.33; 2. Beloit, 10:46.44; 3. Russell, 10:56.13. 100m dash - 1. Degenhardt, R, 12.87; 2. Milum, M, 13.01; 3. Spradlin, R, 13.30. 1,6Mro run -1. Dgbois, R, 5:27.27; 2. Jackson, SES, 5:46.48; 3. Brady, SES, 5:52.59. 400m relay - 1. Beloit, 51.97; 2. Russell, 53.51; 3. Belleville, 55.84. 400m run - 1. Grace, BT, 59.96; 2. Milum, M, 1:00.29; 3. Mealifl.BT, 1:01.64. 300m hurdles - 1. Warren, BT, 48.36; 2. Dubois, R. 49.48; 3. Sander, R, 49.59. 800m run -1. Dubois, R, 2:22.70; 2. Chris- lensen, E, 2:37.41; 3. Dolezal, E, 2:38.67. 200m dssh - 1. Degenhardt, R, 26.21; 2. Milum, M, 27.24; 3. Warren, BT, 27.65. 3,200m run -1. Brady, SES, 12:36.65; 2. If- win, R, 12:46.ir; 3. Back, E, 13:31.71. 1,600m relay-1. Beloit, 4:10.44; 2. Russell, 4:13.26; 3. Ellsworth, 4:35.93. NORTH CENTRAL KANSAS LEAGUE At Clay Center BOYS Team scores Concordia 154, Wamego 135, Chapman 131, Clay Center 53, Marysville 42, Abilene 41. Individual results 110m hurdles— 1. Soil, W, 14.29;2. Paul, Ch, 14.5; 3. Mueller, W, 15.34. 300m hurdles — 1. Paul, Ch, 39.24; 2. Mueller, W, 42.34; 3. Taylor, Ch, 44.11. 100m dash — 1. Soil, W, 10.93; 2. Esslinger, Con, 11.07; 3. Careon, CC, 11.16. 200m dash — 1. Soil, W, 22.08; 2. Esslinger, Con, 23.0; 3. Carson, CC, 23.03. 400m dssh — 1. Esslinger, Con, 51.88; 2. Niedleldt, W, 52.44; 3. Hamel, Con, 52.88. 800m run — 1. Heller, Ch, 2:00.27; 2. Moyer, Ch, 2:02.28; 3. Rodriquez, W, 2:06.72. 1,600m run — 1. Follz, A, 4:39.6; 2. Upham, Ch, 4:41.75; 3. Doperalski, W, 4:47.37. 3,200m run — 1. 1. Doperalski, W, 10:22.81; 2. Hodgins, Con. 10-27.44; 3. Ores, Ch, 10:36.24. 400m relay — 1. Concordia, 44.58; 2. Clay Center, 45.32; 3. Marysville, 45.4. 1,600m relay — 1. Chapman, 3:31.59; 2. Concordia, 3:32.6; 3. Wamego, 3:32.81. 3,200m relay — 1. Chapman, 8:25.36; 2. Concordia. 8:31.12; 3. Wamego, 8:38.0. Shot put — 1. Leloumeau, Con, 55-1 V<; 2. Zimmerman, Con, 53-4; 3. Bums. CC, 50-11. Discus — 1. Zimmerman, Con, 162-7; 2. Letoumeau, Con, 158-2; 3. Gfeller, Ch, 133-4. High jump — 1. Paquette, Con, 6-2; 2. Bradford, M, 6-2; 3. Klein, CC, 6-0. Long lump — 1. Price, M, 20-8V4; 2. Soil, W, 20-8'A; 3. Jones, Ch, 19-6 Vi. Triple ]ump — 1. Paul, Ch, 41 -5 Vt; 2. Habluetzel, CC, 41-4; 3. Mertz, W, 40-7 y.. Javelin — 1. Letoumeau, Con, 209-11; 2. Hake, Con, 169-9; 3. Elliott, A, 168-6. Pole vault — 1. Mueller, W, 14-8; 2. Goseland, Ch, 13-6; 3. Lewis, Con, 13-0. GIRLS Team scores Clay Center 152, Marysville 120, Abilene 92, Wamego 77, Concordia 43, Chapman 40. Individual results 100m hurdles — 1. Ferris, A, 15.72; 2. Bruna, M, 16.07; 3. Chaffee, CC, 16.22. 300m hurdles — 1. Ferris, A, 47.07; 2. Ohlde, CC, 48.03; 3. Reed, CC, 49.68. 100m dash — 1. Bruna, M, 12.41; 2. McDonald, W, 12.73; 3. Beckman, M, 12.81. 200m dash — 1. Bruna, M, 25.79; 2. Brockman, CC, 26.85; 3. McDonald, W, 26.94. 400m dash — 1. Wecker, M, 1:00.7; 2. Rock, Ch, 1:01.6; 3. Callihan, A, 1:02.68. 800m run — 1. Block, CC, 2:25.12; 2. Pit- longer, W, 2:27.91; 3. Schneider, A, 2:31.64. 1,600m run — 1. Ferguson, CC, 5:39.09; 2. Colt, CC, 5:41.88; 3. Eckstein, W, 5:46.44. 3,200m run — 1. Ferguson. CC, 12:07.49; 2. Colt, CC, 12:09.36; 3. Eckstein, W, 12:41.69. 400m relay — 1. Marysvilla, 50.4; 2. Clay Center, 50.41; 3. Abilene, 52.06. 1,600m relay — 1. Clay Center, 4:10.34; 2. Marysville, 4:17.4; 3. Abilene, 4:19.23. 3,200m relay — 1. Wamego, 10:33.79; 2. Concordia, 10:53.61; 3. Chapman, 11:04.21. Shot put — 1. Dull, A, 36-10; 2. Brosius, Con, 36-7; 3. Robbins, Con, 35-8'A. Discus — 1. Brosius, Con, 146-0; 2. Dull. A, 134-11; 3. Rilfel, A, 125-9. High Jump— 1. Ohlde, CC, 5-2; 2. Dwer- Ikotte, M, 5-0; 3. Holthaus, M, 4-10. Long jump — 1. Wecker, M, 16-5%; 2. Roskens, Ch, 16-2'A; 3. Halter. M, 15-814. Triple Jump — 1. Ferris, A. 36-0; 2. Brenner, Ch, 34-3; 3. VanScoyoc, CC, 34-1. Javelin — 1. Wecker, M, 143-1; 2. Oelinger, CC, ma; 3. Kabriel, W, a/a. Pole vault — 1. Forshee, Con, 7-6; 2. Wellendort, Con, n/a; 3. Schwensen, CC, n/a. MID-CONTINENT LEAGUE At Phllllpsburg BOYS Team scores Smith Center 163'A, Hill City 119, Phillipsburg 90, Norton 54, Ellis 54, Victoria 27Vi, Trego 24, Osbome 23, Plainville 11, Stockton 2. Individual results 110m hurdles — 1. Worcester, HC, 15.65; 2. Steart, SC, 15.66; 3. Richards, T, 16.09. 300m hurdles — 1. Wiltfong, N, 42.12; 2. Worcester, HC, 42.65; 4. Hansen, V, 42.66. 100m dash — 1. Applehans, HC, 10.46; 2. Pruden, SC, 11.01; 3. Parks, HC, 11.28. 200m dash — t. Applehans, HC, 21.91; 2. Pruden, SC, 23.53; 3. Parks, HC, 23.74. 400m dash — 1. Burgess, SC. 52.87; 2. Pruden, SC, 54.09; 3. Conway, PI, 54.4 800m run — 1. Smith, 0,2:03.53; 2. Shepherd, E, 2:05.37; 3. Waldschntidt, E, 2:05.99. 1,600m run — 1. Kendall, Ph, 4:51.22; 2. Mendoza, Ph, 4:52.44; 3. Hall, SC, 4:52.58. 3,200m run — 1. Kendall, Ph, 10:41.59; 2. Sebellus. N, 10:55.91; 3. Wagner, Ph, 10:57.10. 400m relay — 1. Hill City, 44.01; 2. Smith Center, 44.9; 3. Ellis, 45.98. 1,600m relay — 1. Hill City, 3:36.12; 2. Phillipsburg, 3:38.15; 3. Ellis, 3:39.52. 3,200m relay — 1. Smith Center, 8:35.95; 2. Phillipsburg, 8:40.22; 3. Victoria, 8:42.00. Shot put — 1. Philpot, N, 54-5Y<; 2. Tharp, SC, 60-7; 3. Eberte, T, 47-8. Discus — 1. Philpol, N, 154-7V4; 2. Gwennap, SC, 146-2; 3. Zohner, HC, 144-6 Vi. High jump — 1. Honas, E, 6-8'/<; 2. Barta. SC, 6-5; 3. Hommon. SC, 6-2. Long Jump — 1. Barta, SC, 20-10'A; 2. O'Hara, HC, 20-10'/4; 3. Schmidt, Ph, 20-5. Triple jump — 1. O'Hara, HC. 41-4'A; 2. Barta. SC, 41-3'A; 3. Hommon, SC, 39-11 W. Javelin — 1. Hari, V, 181-0; 2. Smith, 0, 173-9; 3. Jacobs, Ph, 171-10. Pole vault — 1. Jennings, Ph, 12-6; 2. Davignon, HC, 12-0; 3. Hutchinson, SC, 12-0. GIRLS Team scores Phillipsburg 93, Smith Center 85, Trego 76, Norton 75, Plainville 67, Osbome 43, Ellis 38. Hill City 27, Stockton 11, Victoria 8. Individual results 100m hurdles — 1. Cox, N, 15.72; 2. Char- bonnneau, Ph, 15.96; 3. Beydler, T, 16,56. 300m hurdles — 1. Beydler, T, 49.12.; 2. Cox. N, 49.12; 3. Anderson, Ph, 49.15. 100m dash — 1. Kuhn, SC, 12.23; 2. Elliott, HC, 12.97; 3. Uhl.T, 13.28. 200m dash — 1. Kuhn, SC, 26.84; 2. Shut- Ueworth, PI, 27.58; 3. Gerstner, T, 28.0. 400m dash — 1. Roadhouse, 0, 62.26; 3. Jonas, SC, 63.24; 3. Lewis, S, 64.79. 800m run — 1. Frieling, SC, 2:37.72; 2. Waldschmidt, E, 2:42.20; 3. Gibbons, Ph, 2:43.27. 1,600m run — 1. Walter, N, 5:46.57; 2. Oi- etz, 0,5:58.48; 3. Salluch, T, 6:12.88. 3,200m run — 1. Walter, N, 12:39.02; 2. Dietz, 0,12:55.80; 3. Peterson, SC, 13:05.35. 400m relay — 1. Roadhouse, 0,1:02.26; 2. Jones, SC, 1:03.24; 3. Lewis, S, 1:04.79. 1,600m relay — 1. Phillipsburg, 4:23.86; 2. Plainville, 4:25.26; 3. Trego, 4:27.52. 800m relay —1. Plainville, 1:51.83; 2. Hill City, 1:55.57; 3. Stockton, 2:00.62. 3,200m relay — 1. Smith Center, 10:46.32; 2. Norton, 10:52.76; 3. Phillipsburg, 11:31.96. Shot put — 1. Comeau, PI, 35-6%; 2. Finch, SC, 354; 3. Wasinger, Vic, 31-10Y.. Discus — 1. Comeau, PI, 103-1; 2. Urban, N, 100-11; 3. Hill, SC, 97-1 Vi. High Jump — 1. Cox. N, 5-2; 2. Vogel, Ph, 5-1;3.Mallsam,T,5-0. Long jump — 1. Anderson, Ph. 16-1; 2.2. Homawood, E, 14-7; 3. Innes, Ph, 14-VS. Triple Jump — 1. Anderson, Ph, 32-9 y.; 2. Homawood, E, 32-8%; 3. Hladek, T, 32-7'A. Javelin — 1. Corwin, 0,120-1; 2. Comeau, Ph, 119-2; 3. Otte. Ph, 117-9. Pole vault — 1. Gibbons, Ph, 7-0; 2, Edwards. Ph, 6-6; 3. Williams, N, 6-0. PIKE TRAIL LEAGUE At Morrowvllle BOYS Team scores Mankato 127, North Central 113, Jewell 106, Hillcresl 71, Southern Cloud 34, Pike Valley 29, SJ Beloit 25, Waconda East 18, White Rock 12. Individual results 110m hurdles — 1. Wanklyn, J, 15.97; 2. Russell, PV, 16.78; 3. I/glow, M, 17.13. 300m hurdles — 1. Kolman, H, 41.32; 2. Uglow, M, 42.25; 3. Wanklyn, J, 44.43. 100m dash — 1. Taylor, J, 11.64; 2. Garman, M, 11.69; 3. Uglow, M, 11.71. 200m dash — 1. Carman, M, 23,89; 2. McDonald, M, 24.03; 3. Taylor, J, 24.19. 400m dash — 1. Livingston, NC, 53.19; 2. Taylor, J, 53.62; 3. Henke, H, 54.08. 800m run — 1. Baker, NC, 2:06.56; 2. Huntsinger, M, 2:06.96; 3. Baker, NC, 2:08.40. 1,600m run — 1. Baker, NC, 4:52.56; 2. Baker, NC. 4:57.098; 3. Delay, NC, 4:59.22. 3,200m run — 1. Krueger, NC. 11:02.99; 2. Delay, NC, 11:29.40; 3. Alvarez, M, 11:37.24. 400m relay — 1. Mankato, 45.69; 2. SJ Beloit, 46.65; 3. Hillcrest, 47.85. 1,600m relay — 1. Mankato, 3:38.00: 2. North Central, 3:45.12; 3. Hitoesl, 3:46.11. 3,200m relay — 1. North Central, 8:48.81; 2. Jewell, 9:30.81; 3. Southern Cloud, 9:46.69. Shot put — 1. Joy, H, 51-7; 2. Novak, NC, 45-10r«;3.Latta, M.43-3 1 /.. Discus — 1. Joy, H, 144-6; 2. Novak, NC, 138-9;3. Langston, PV, 133-6. High jump — 1. McMillan, J, 5-10; 2. Windhorst, SC, 5-10; 3. Miller, NC, 5-8. Long lump — 1. McDonald, M, 19-4 Vi; 2. McClellan, SC, 19-%; 3. Shipley, WR, 18-4 V<. Triple |ump — 1. Huntsinger, M, 42-4 Vi; 2. Taylor, J, 40-5; 3. McDonald, M, 39-11. Javelin — 1. Joy, H, 194-6; 2. Trecek. H, 164-11; 3. Langston, PV, 155-2. Pole vault — 1. Howland, J. 9-8. GIRLS Team scores Pike Valley 145, Hillcresl 92, SJ Beloil 86, North Central 86, North Central 74, Jewell 50, Waconda East 36, White Rock 27, Mankato 8. Individual results 100m hurdles — 1. Eck, SJB, 14.94; 2. Cleveland, PV, 17.34; 3. Cleveland, PV, 17.76. 300m hurdles — 1. Eck, SJB, 46.65; 2. Cleveland, PV, 53.56; 3. Cleveland, PV, 53.74. 100m daih — 1. Engelbert, SJB, 13.13; 2. Koss, NC, 13.46; 3. Koster, WE, 13,47. 200m dash — 1. Eck. SJB, 26.60; 2. Koss, NC, 27.50; 3. Aspegren, PV, 28.22. 400m dash — 1. Richecky, H, 1:03.55; 2. Undberg, PV, 1:06.96; 3. Morren, PV, 1:07.46. 800m run — 1. Anderson, H, 2:41.27; 2. Roberts, NC, 2:44.00; 3. Bock, WE, 2:46.34. 1,600m run — 1. Anderson, H, 6:07.40; 2. Plortmiller, WE, 6:13.46; 3. Bock, WE, 6:18.18. 3,200m run — 1. Pfortmiller, WE, 13:53.50; 2. Wleland. NC, 14:35.15; 3. Peter, J, 15:04.54. 400m relay — 1. Pike Valley, 53.43; 2. Hillcrest, 56.18; 3. North Central, 56.30. 1,600m relay — 1. Pike Valley, 4:23.16; 2. SJ Beloit, 4:36.18; 3. Hillcrest, 4:40.58. 800m relay — 1. Pike Valley, 1:52.47; 2. North Central, 1:54.84; 3. Hillcrest, 1:59.04. Shot put — 1. Raney, PV, 40-5V4; 2. Hallack, H, 33-11; 3. Pruitt, SJB, 32-10V4. Discus — 1. Hallack, H, 111-4; 2. Raney, PV, 108-1; 3. Shumard, PV, 107-11. High |ump — 1. Barrett, J, 5-4; 2. Manning, WR, 5-4; 3. Peterson, PV, 4-10. Long lump — 1. Eck, SJB, 16-8K; 2. Brown, SJB, 15-1 'A; 3. Bird, WR, 14-11 V«. Triple Jump — 1. Brown, SJB, 33-10; 2. Behrends, PV, 30-7; 3. Undberg, PV, 29-9'A. Javelin — 1. Conn, J, 112-3; 2. Chemey, H, 110-9; 3. Harris, H, 108-5. WESTERN KANSAS LIBERTY LEAGUE At Tribune BOYS Team scores Sharon Springs 150, Tribune 103, Brewster 94, Triplains 51, Cheylin 39, Utica 34, Healy 27, Golden Plains 20, Jennings 15, Weskan 13, Grinnell 12. Individual results 110m hurdles — 1. Cullans, SS, 15.36; 2. Cavenee, Trib, 16.64; 3. Robben, SS, 17.22. 300m hurdles — 1. Cullens, SS, 43.03; 2. Robban, SS, 44.02; 3. Cavenee, Trib, 45.46. 100m dash — 1. Rush, B, 11.82; 2. Cavenee, Trib, 11.95; 3. Mackley, Trip, 12.07. 200m dash — 1. Rush, B, 23.61; 2. Mackley, Trip, 24.49; 3. Leach, C, 24.58. 400m dash — 1. Latham, Trip, 51.22; 2. Rush, B, 51.30; 3. Rscher, SS, 52.87. 800m run — 1. Peterson, Trib, 2:08.75; 2. Bremenkamp, B, 2:09.95; 3. Beringer, SS, 2:14.09. 1,600m run — 1. Young, U, 4:5257; 2. Peterson, Trib, 4:56.03; 3. Roalson, C, 4:58.77. 3,200m run — 1. Young, U, 10:54.66; 2. Pilger, SS, 11:23,12; 3. Sprasser, GP, 11:3853. 400m relay — 1. Tribune, 45.91; 2. Cheylin, 46.97; 3. Brewster, 47.39. 1,600m relay — 1. Brewsler, 3:36.15; 2. Sharon Springs, 3:38.49; 3. Triplains, 3:41.68. 3,200m relay — 1. Sharon Springs, 8:57.75; 2. Brewster, 9:02.87; 3. Jennings, 9:17.61. Shot put — 1. Hoffman, Trip, 48- V>; 2. lath- am, Trip, 46-3%; 3. Greeson, SS, 44-6 Vi. Discus— 1. Wilson, H, 137-9; 2. Keller, SS, 134-2; 3. Greeson, SS, 129-9. High lump — 1. Mangan, Trib, 6-4; 2. Hendricks, C, 6-4; 3. Fischer, SS, 6-2. Long lump — 1. Mangan, Trib, 21-6; 2. Cul- lans, SS, 21-5'A; 3. Rscher, SS, 19-10W. Triple lump — 1. Cullens, SS, 43-6H; 2. Mangan, Trib, 41-1; 3. Widener, B, 37-10Vi. Javelin — 1. Stevens, U, 143-10; 2. Ayers, Trip, 141-5; 3. Hudson, B, 136-2. Pole vault — 1. Welsh, SS, 13-0; 2. Magie, H, 12-6; 3. Fulwider, B. 10-7. GIRLS Team scores Sharon Springs 100, Grinnell 77, Weskan 68, Tribune 51, Brewster 50, Cheylin 40, Jennings 40, Golden Plains 38, Triplains 37, Healy 26, Utica 17. Individual results 100m hurdles — 1. Heinrich, G, 17.05; 2. Latham, Trip, 17.19; 3. Seymour, C, 18.17. 300m hurdles — 1. Latham, Trip, 47.90; 2. Heinrich, G, 49.57; 3. Seymour, C, 51.98. 100m dash — 1. Teeter, G, 13.12; 2. Wilkens, H, 13.39; 3. Frasier, SS, 13.42. 200m dssh — 1. Wilkens, H, 27.41; 2. Heinrich, G, 27.94; 3. Vahling, J, 28.07. 400m dash — 1. Teeter, G, 1:00.74; 2. Rush, B, 1:03.11; 3. Haibon, SS, 1:07.10. 600m run — 1. Welsh, SS, 2:28.45; 2. Robben, B, 2:33.65; 3. Rogers, GP, 2:34.08. 1,600m run — 1. Robinson, W, 5:54.72; 2. Pilger, SS, 5:58.43; 3. Ross, GP, 5:59.44. 3,200m run — 1. Ross, GP, 12:54.16; 2. Moser, Trib, 13:12.73; 3. Pilger, SS, 13:23.59. 400m relay — 1. Sharon Springs, 53.87; 2. Tribune, 55.42; 3. Grinnell, 58.73. 1,600m relay — 1. Weskan, 4:22.22; 2. Brewster, 4.29 55; 3. Tribune, 4:32.38. 600m relay — 1. Brewster, 1:54.82; 2. Jennings, 1:55.07; 3. Weskan, 1:55.88. Shot put — 1. Mears, C, 33-11 'A; 2. Reck- enstain, J, 31-6V.; 3. Ramsey, Trib, 31-2'A. Discus — 1. Mears, C, 117-6; 2. Reckon- stein, J, 103-11; 3. Hoyt, U, 94-7. High |ump — 1. Robinson, W, 5-7; 2. Welsh, SS, 5-0; 3. (tie) Fischer, SS & Harrison, SS.4-8. Long Jump — 1. Teeter, G, 16-6*4; 2. Fraiser, SS, 154V<; 3. Schiltz, GP, 14-10V.. Triple jump — 1. Teeter, G, 35-'/<; 2. Vahling, J, 32-Vi; 3. Schiltz, GP, 30-8. Javelin — 1. Woelk, Trib, 111-3; 2. Gilley, B, 102-5; 3. Welsh, W, 101-4. Pole vault — 1. Welsh, SS, 8-0; 2. Unruh, SS.6-5. MID-CENTRAL LEAGUE At Hesston BOYS Team scores Starling 124Vi, Ellinwood 76, Halstead 69, Haven 62'A, Smoky Valley 58, Hesston 55, Hillsboro 37, Lyons 30'A, Nickerson 25, Wichita Collegiate 19. Individual results 110m hurdles — 1. Smith, S, 16.13; 2. Jackson, Hal, 16.21; 3. Sessler. E, 16.35. 300m hurdles — 1. Smith, S, 40.69; 2. Howerton, L, 4250; 3. Blanks, SV, 43.40. 100m dash — 1. Prosser, E, 11.0; 2. Goering, Hav, 11.47; 3. Russell, S, 11.78. 200m dash — 1. Prosser, E, 22.52; 2. Russell, S, 23.43; 3. Goering, Hav, 23.52. 400m dash — 1. Vogel, Hil, 52.50; 2. Mizell, N, 52.64; 3. Kessler, Hav, 52.94. 800m run — 1. Rempel, Has, 1:58.57; 2. Sanders, SV, 2:04.56; 3. Shields, SV, 2:06.00. 1,600m run — 1. Rempel, Has, 4:30.93; 2. Koehn, Hes, 4:43.50; 3. Deis!, S, 4:44.75. 3,200m run — 1. Koehn, Hes, 10:18.5; 2. Deist, S, 10:27.63; 3. Schroeder, S, 10:41.18. 400m relay — 1. Halstead, 45.63; 2. Ellinwood, 45.70; 3. Sterling, 45.97. 1,600m relay — 1. Smoky Valley, 3:36,45; 2. Halstead, 3:37.69; 3. Starting, 3:40.12. 3,200m relay — 1. Smoky Valley, 8:13.12; 2. Hesston, 8:22.05; 3. Wichita Collegiate, 8:35.72. Shot put — 1. Wesner, E, 46-4 '/4; 2. Terrell, Hil, 43-9 V<; 3. Duerksen, Hil, 43-8 V.. Discus — 1. Latimore, Hal, 160-2; 2. Wesner, E, 135-8; 3. Chronlster, Hal, 134-3. High |ump — 1. Jones, N, 6-6; 2. Inman, S, 6-0; 3. Birdsell, Hes, 64. Long Jump — 1. Reed, S, 19-8; 2. Shields, SV, 18-10'A; 3. Pound, L, 18-7. Triple Jump — 1. Reed, S, 43-2; 2. Vogel, Hil, 42-7; 3. Renich, H«I,41-H. Javelin — 1. Boltz, S, 192-3; 2. Smith, Hav, 175-6; 3. Jones, N, 165-9. Pole vault — 1. Pound, L, 13-6; 2. Kessler, Hav, 13-6; 3. King, Hes, 12-0. GIRLS Team scores Halstead 107, Smoky Valley 87, Hillsboro 83, Haven 80, Hesston 64, Sterling 32, Ellinwood 26, Lyons 23, Nickerson 23, Wichita Collegiate 4. Individual result* 100m hurdles — t. Ruggjero, SV, 14.9; 2. Miles, Hal, 15.9; 3. Raney, Hes, 16.07. 300m hurdles—1. Ruggiero, SV, 46.29; 2. Miles, Hal, 47.59; 3. Reed, S, 48.31. 100m dssh — 1. Keller, Hal, 12.62; 2. Beaushaw, Hal, 12.84: 3. Schoepf, Hav, 12.85. 200m dash — 1. Keller, Hal, 2652; 2. Schoept, Hav, 26.74; 3. Baaushaw, Hal, 27.19. 400m dssh — 1. Keller, Hal, 1:00.35; 2. Blado, Hes, 1:03.12; 3. Higgins, L, 1;0559. 800m run — 1. Funke, Hav, 259.81; 2. Duerteen, Hil, 2:32.48; 3. Volk, Hav, 2:36.75. 1,600m run — 1. Funke, Hav, 5:39.22; 2. Duerksen, Hil, 5:41.06; 3. Elliott, S, 5:53.59. 3500m run — 1. Funke, Hav, 12:54.41; 2. Elliott, Hal, 13:08.48; 3. PankraU, Hes, 13:3552. 400m relay — 1. Hillsboro, 51.65; 2. Halstead, 52.22; 3. Smoky Valley, 5259. 1,600m rally — 1. Hillsboro, 4:12.80; 2. Smoky Valley, 4:21.92; 3. Hesston, 4:26.41. 3500m relay — 1. Lyons, 10:54.91; 2. Haven, 10:57.0; 3. Smoky Valley, 11:27.0. Shot put — 1. Nilson, Hes, 34-9 K; 2. Dans, Hil, 31-9; 3 Patterson, SV,31-8'A. Discus — 1. Kroeker, Hil, 111-3; 2. Patterson, SV, 110-0; 3. Sweigardt, Hes, 109-11. High lump — 1. Keller, Hal, 5-1; 2. Willard, N, 5-1; 3. Duerksen, Hil, 4-10. Long lump — 1. Hein, Hil, 16-6 vj, J. Miles, Hal, 15-10V4; 3. Nutter. SV, 14-10K. Triple jump — 1. Raney, Hes, 35-3'A; 2. Willard, N, 32-4'A; 3. Shea. SV, 30-7 V.. Javelin — 1. Alois, E, 125-5; 2. Miles, Hal. 122-1; 3. Stalb, Hav, 109-3. Lampe places 16th at state in 50 freestyle MANHATTAN — The high „ school swimming season wrapped up Saturday with Salina South junior Amanda Lampe competing in the Kansas State Championships at the Kansas State University natatorium. ^ Lampe, the lone Salina athlete^ to reach the meet finals, swam u> the 50-yard freestyle consolation^ race and placed 16th with a time^ of 26.29. '. "I was more satisfied with her finish than she was," Salina coach Keith Smith said. "In both (Fri-.. day's) preliminaries and today's finals, she went faster on the second 25 yards than she did at the I- 70 League meet. She would be swimming in the (24-second range) if we could get those two halves together." After three state records fell in Friday's preliminaries, two more were set in Saturday's championship finals. Emporia's Katie Yevak bettered the mark she set Friday in the 200 individual medley, swimming a 2:03.72. Winfield's Kathy Echiveri, after breaking a 14-year-old record Friday in the 50 freestyle, bettered her record with a time of 23.77. Echiveri shaved nearly six- tenths of a second off the record during the two-day meet. SE-Saline teams earn No. 1 regional seeds The Southeast of Saline base-, ( ball and softball teams earned tlje No. 1 seeds at their respective re- gionals this week. ! The Class 3A baseball regional will be played Monday at South-, east begining at 1:30 p.m. with No. 2 seed Lyons (9-11) playing Chase County (7-10). The other first- round game will follow, as top- seed Southeast (13-7) takes on Marion (1-15) at approximately 3 p.m. | > The Lyons-Chase County win-., ner will face the Southeast-Man-, on winner in the regional title game. The regional champion will play in the 3A state tournament, May 29-30 at Topeka. The 3A softball regional will be played Tuesday at Southeast, starting with a 2 p.m. contest between Lyons (13-7) and Hillsboro (9-9). Southeast (16-4) will meet . Marion (8-10) at 3:30 p.m., followed by the championship game at approximately 5 p.m. The regional champion earns a berth in the 3A state tournament, which will also be held May 29-30 at Topeka. SHHS girls, boys place fourth at CVL meet WHITEWATER — The Sacred; Heart track and field squads placed fourth in the boys and girls team standings Friday at the Cottonwood Valley League meet. The Marion boys and Council Grove girls successfully defended their team titles. Marion had 185 points to top second-place Herington with 136, while Sacred Heart had 56 points. The girls totals had Council Grove winning with 202 points, followed by Marion with 168. The Sacred Heart girls fin- , • ished with 53 points. The top performers for the Sa-, cred Heart girls were three soptyp- mores and a freshman. Heather,, Ryan placed second in the 800-nie- ter run (2:41.73) and was third in the 400 dash (1:03.91), while Anne Weese took second in the javelin with a throw of 112-5. Freshman Sarah Suelter and sophomore Jessica Dye picked up points for the Knights in the 1,600 and 3,200 runs. Suelter placed third and Dye was fourth in both events. The Sacred Heart boys had a second-place finish from freshman R.C. Campbell in the 200 dash (24.5). Jeremy Ryan and Toby Herbel both earned points for their team in the long jump, where Ryan finished third and Herbel fourth. Ryan Stottmann and Nick Sheahon both had fourth-place finishes for the Knights; Stottmann in the javelin and Sheahon in the triple jump. Junior Levi Bowles won the weightpersons 100-meter dash in 12.29. ' "' The Sacred Heart boys 400 and, 1,600 relay teams finished second?'{ as did the girls 1,600 relay team. • j From Staff Report^-, Todd Jadlow BASKETBALL SCHOOL DAY CAMP JULY 6 -9, 1998 Kansas Wesleyan Muir Gymnasium Salina, Kansas Boys & Girls (Ages 6-16) Call 785-822-0873 for Information Sponund by: SKurlty Swings Bsnk *,

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