Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 5, 1976 · Page 6
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SPORTS Carroll Girls Ready By Dennis O'Grady (Sports Editor) Carroll High School girls' track coach George Lansink feels his squad is comparable to last year's team. 1 'I think we'll be comparable to a year ago," commented Lansink who is beginning his fourth season as boss. "We have our leaders back." "I feel we have one of the finest crop of freshmen kids in a long time," the Tigerette coach added. "With the combination of experience and youth, we should be competitive." Heading the list of 10 lettermen on a squad of 28 are school record holders Rachel Harmening, Deb Onken, Penny Gordin and Janet Conrad. Rachel Harmening's records are in the high jump at five feet and in the 880 yard runat2:33.1. Onken holds the school mark in the shot put at 31-7'Xi, while Gordin has a best mark of 17.8 in the 100 meter hurdles. Conrad's school mark is in the long jump at 15-6'/4. Other returning lettermen include Sue Millender, Susan Skinner, Jane Bliss, Liz Bowman, Lori Harmening and Cindy Feldt. George Lansink "Individually, we should score well," commented Lansink. "Depth could be a problem in a big meet." Other strengths should be in the distance medley and mile relays where most of the girls return. .Lori and Rachel Harmening, Skinner and Millender are all back from the school record distance medley unit. The Tigerettes' assistant coach is Steve Hodges and the squad will open their season Tuesday in the Good Indian Relays at Sac City. Times Herald, Carroll, la. f Monday, April 5, 1976 O Sizing up: Shot Put: Onken is the veteran. Others expected to help include Liz Bowman, Deb Cattermole, Jody Kurth and Patty Heller. Discus: Onken returns. Another top candidate is Eva Klenk. High Jump: Rachel Harmening is back, but Coach Lansink, said, "We're looking for someone to back her up." Long Jump:' Conrad is back. Other candidates include Lori Harmening, Laurie Teague and foreign exchange student Annica Cronsell from Sweden. Softball Throw: Onken heads the list. Hurdlers: Letter-winners Gordin and Bliss return. Another prospect is Klenk. Sprinters: Lansink has a flock to pick from in this event. The runners include Skinner, Lori Wilson and Cindy Feldt. Promising freshmen are Ann Mankin, Sheryl Hoffman, Toni Gilbert. Shelli Behn, Jill Schechinger, Joni Becker, Elizabeth Jones and Joyce Pudenz. Middle Distance: One of the team's strong points is in this area. The top runner is Rachel Harmening. Other prospects Steve Hodges for the 220, 440 and 880 yard dashes are Lori Harmening, Millender, Skinner, Becker, Teague and Jennifer Larson. Milers: Twyla Ruchti, a promising young freshman, is the leading'candidate. Schedule: April 6, Good Indian, Sac City April 9, Tiger-Wildcat, Carroll April.13, Odebolt Relays, Odebolt April 20, Carroll Relays, Carroll April 27, Jr. High Conference Meet April 30, Manning and Sac city, Carroll May 3, Schaller Relays, Schaller May 10, District Meet May 14, Conference Meet May 21-22, State Meet, Des Moines Roster: Rachel Harmening, Sue Millender, Deb Onken, Annica Cronsell, Girls, See Page 7 Junior, Senior Tigerettes — —Statf Photo Junior and senior girls making up this spring's Carroll Millender, Annica Cronsell, Rachel Harmening, Deb High School girls'track team are shown above. Front row Onken, Susan Skinner, Janet Conrad and Lqri Wilson, from left, Jane Bliss, Cindy Feldt, Liz Bowman, Lori Squad opens campaign Tuesday at Sac City in the Good Harmening and Eva Klenk. Back row from left, Sue . Indian Relays. Richard is Astros' Opening Mound Choice; Gullett to Reds' Bullpen Rv TriJ* A cc/i/^IfitA/i Pr*oco Rp/ic hi rllnan i n n i n rr c* t-\ F fVi*i D « *J ,-• " * ft A I nU«m* *.'_** *!.«. AU_^..*»» ,-!„.. ,.„ in' » 4 n » * nn «7.. ** A _ -j -. „ _ • _j i_ t _• .. r **, . i~t • .. n .* ,-, __tr ;« n ;..:««.*____ i«i ?_.*..•_.__ By The Associated Press When Houston and Cincinnati open the National League season Thursday. J.R. Richard, who was to have been on the Astros' bench, will be on the mound and Don Gullett, who was to have been on the mound, will be' in the Reds' bullpen. Those two unexpected developments came about Sunday when Richard hurled six innings of one-hit ball in the Astros' 3-0 victory over the Minnesota Twins while Gullett was bombed for nine runs and as many hits in just four innings of the Reds' 10-4 shellacking by the New York Mets. Cincinnati Manager Sparky Anderson promptly ruled that Gullett. ace of the Reds' staff, would be relegated to the bullpen for at least the first week of the season, with Gary Nolan Farm Service Center now featuring: NITROGEN SOLUTIONS FERTILIZERS BULK BLENDS I MICRONUTRIENTS SERVICE is always in season!™ UgSj Farm Service Center Carroll, Iowa 51401 712/792-9579 inheriting the opening day assignment. "I have never given up that many runs, not even in a spring training game." Gullett said. "1 had no rhythm. Everything was wrong. I tried to throw low and the pitch was high." Anderson, obviously upset, said Gullett. was "10 days to two weeks behind schedule" and blamed the hard-throwing left-hander for being out of shape. "If you know it takes you longer to get ready than most guys — and Don knows it takes him longer — then you've got to start early." Anderson said. Meanwhile. Richard, another fireballer but often a wild one, was impressing Houston Manager Bill Virdon and pitching himself to the top of the Astros'staff. "I hadn't made up my mind until today," Virdon said after making Richard his opening day choice. "I think the main thing he's learned is to control himself. I don't know if he's throwing as hard now as he used to. but he's certainly throwing more strikes." Buddy Bradford and Bob Coluccio homered in a seven-run sixth inning and. Brian Downing connected in the eighth as the Chicago White Sox ripped the St. Louis Cardinals 16-1 behind an 18-hit assault. , The Philadelphia Phillies also rapped out 18 hits in winning a 15-9 slugfest from the Detroit Tigers. Garry Maddox belted a grand slam homer. Bobby Tolan drove in four runs with a horner and double and Mike Schmidt slammed a two-run homer. The San Diego Padres erupted for seven runs in the fourth inning and crushed the Chicago Cubs 13-3. Fred Lynn broke out of his spring slump by driving in four runs with a homer and double as the Red Sox pounded the Pittsburgh Pirates 11-5. Baltimore ace Jim Palmer was rocked for seven runs and 14 hits in six innings as the New York Yankees whipped the Orioles 9-3. The Kansas City Royals, who pounded out 14 runs and t !9 hits Saturday, added 15 'more hits and trounced the Atlanta Braves 83. Cleveland's Jim Kern limited Milwaukee to one hit in six innings and the Indians beat the Brewers 4-2. Von Joshua's two-run homer'off Rollie Fingers enabled San Francisco to beat the Oakland A's5-3. Nate Colbert's two-run homer and Pepe Mangual's three-run shot powered the Montreal Expos past the Texas Rangers 6-2. Los Angeles' sore-elbowed Tommy John permitted one run and five hits in six innings as the Dodgers and California Angels battled to a 3-3 tie before rain intervened in the llth inning. 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Where Experience and Quality Are Combined To Give You The Very Best MIDDENDORF SHEET METAL, INC. 21OE. 5th Street Phone 792-4779 Sports Glances Softball Meeting The Carroll County Slow Pitch Softball Association will hold their annual meeting Wednesday. April 14th, at 7 p.m. in the council chamber of the Carroll City Hall. All managers and coaches should ha.ve a team representative present. If there are any questions, persons should contact Bob Fasbender. State Bowling There were few changes among the leaders as the 69th annual Iowa State Men's bowling- tournament ended its fifth week Sunday night in Clinton. Hatfield Improvement. Davenport, moved into fourth place in the open team division with a 2.896 behind Tournier Welding. Waterloo: Mansfield Wrecking. Perry: and Boyken Insurance. Titonka. The Independent Order of Foresters. Des Moines: Zehentner's Sports World. Dubuque and Kast Metals No. 2. Keokuk, moved into fourth, fifth and sixth spots in the booster team events. There were no changes in the top five places in singles, doubles and all-events competition. But Doug Gilbreath and Jerry Hodgett. DeWitt. rolled a new high scratch doubles game of 489. Gilbreath rolled a 245 and Hodgett a 244. Honored Again Kuemper basketball coach Wayne Chandlee was honored as Southwest Iowa's Class 3A coach of the year for the second straight time Sunday at the fourth annual Iowa Basketball Coaches' Association — Des Moines Register all-state banquet in Ames. One Pin Victory Dave Soutar edged Les Schissler by one pin, 206-205, to take the $80,000 Pro Bowlers Association event. Resigns Syracuse University Coach Glances, See Page 7 Goblirsch Controlled traffic (arming is a concept getting a lot of attention lately . . . and probably even more in 'the future. Idea of the operation is to keep tractors moving only on surfaces not used for crops. Basically that seems quite unreasonable since the crops are in the field and it is usually necessary to get the tractor out there to do any good. None of that has changed. With controlled traffic farming the tractor would be driven on paths between the rows. Paths used only for the machinery. In most concepts of this type operation the paths would be the only points of compaction in the field. Therein lies the reason for concern. If compaction can be reduced, root systems can be more completely developed and higher yields would result. At Auburn University in Alabama a controlled traffic farm experiment resulted in a yield 43 per cent higher than crops grown with conventional tillage. Appreciation Day Thursday, Aprils Register For FREE DOOR PRIZES! No Purchase Necessary Need Not Be Present to Win — — _ ^ Live Entertainment Lunch Will Be Served 11:00 to 2:00 DON'T FORGET.

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