The Belleville Telescope from Belleville, Kansas on August 18, 1983 · Page 10
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Wilson Scott Takes Club Tournament by 4 Strokes THE BELLEVILLE TELESCOPE, Thursday, August 18, 1983 Wilson Scott's even par 72 took first place honors by a most comfortable four strokes in the annual Republic County TUMA, SCOTT Recreation Association Golf Club Tournament held Sunday, August 14, in Belleville. Charles Tuma finishedsecond with a Denise Veteto To Olympics Denise Veteto of Courtland was a recent participant in the National Junior Olympics Games held at South Bend, Ind., on the campus of Notre Dame University. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Veteto, Courtland. Denise, who will attend Pike Valley High School this fall, participated as part of a 3,200 meter relay team that ran a 9:53 and placed fifth overall behind a winning time of 9:33. The Junior Olympics, which includes some of the ceremony and pagentry of the International Olympic Games, attracted 4,400 persons of grade through high school age to enter qualifying regionalsand state events to qualify for the nationals. Denise attended the games along with a group of three female athletes from Wichita. 76. Tied for third in the Championship Flight, all with 78s, were Joe Seballoz, Jon D. Thayer and Ed Wilkinson. All of these golfers are from Belleville. First Flight top three included Jim McDonald-79, Darold Wulfekoetter-80 and Dan Snyder-81. All are from Belleville. Roger Mock, Belleville, fired an 86 to win the second flight. Marion Lesovsky was second with a 91 and Cliff McClure, Republic, was third with a 93. The next tournament planned will be a two-day affair on Labor Day Weekend. Wilkinson is in charge. Concordia Foils In Stote Legion The Class A American Legion State Baseball Tournament lasted only two games for the Concordia Blues. The Blues lost 11-8 to Osawatomie in the first round of the tournament on August 6. In the loser's bracket the Blues were eliminated from the double- elimination event by losing 6-1 to Baxter Springs on August 7. Against Osawatomie the Blues' pitchers allowed just four earned runs but five costly errors helped allow seven unearned runs. In the loser's bracket game Erkenbrack had a no-hitter going into the fourth inning but again disaster struck the Blues. Erkenbrack struck out the first batter he faced in the fourth but catcher Curt Champlin dropped the third strike and the batter reached safety. It was all downhill from there. Scandian Hoard Gets Scholarship Scott Hoard, an outfielder from Scandia has been awarded the Derril Lovendahl Baseball Scholarship to Cloud County Community College. Hoard is the first ballplayer to receive a scholarship in honor of Lovendahl, who was the starting catcher and captain on the 1983 Cloud County Community College team. Lovendahl died earlier this summer from injuries he suffered in a truck accident. Last year Hoard hit .222 for the Thunderbirds, and was a starter in the outfield. Hoard and Lovendahl were teammates on the 1983 team that finished with a 15-14-1 record. Jon Froelich is CCCC baseball coach. 30th ANN UAL NCK CHAMPIONSHIP RODEO ^QO.OO August 26-27 ^^^g^^OtveV C.S.R.A. J.C. Crowther Stock Contractor Shows at 8:00 p.m. both nights at the NEWLY REMODELED NCK Rodeo Arena in Concordia 12 Contest events: U BAREBACK BRONC RIDING Added'125 by: Boogaart's Downtown Store Elk State Bank of Clyde Darrell's Leather Shop WILD COW MILKING Added by: Detrixhe Realty Johnson Auto Peltier's Foundry 10 Teams Per Show 2| CALF ROPING Added •125 by: Cloud County Bank & Trust Boyd's, Inc. Warehouse Duis Meat Processing 3J SADDLE BRONC RIDING Added '125 by: First Bank & Trust Larry's Food Store People's Savings & Loan 8] BARREL RACE 11 & Under Trophy Buckles by: Larry Lagasse Auction El- Real Estate, Inc. 9 BARREL RACE 12-18 TEAM ROPING Added'125 by: Kling Motors - Concordia & Belleville Jamestown State Bank 10J KID'S CALF SCRAMBLE Sponsored by: TG&Y Store AIco Discount Store BULLDOGGING Added •125 by: First National Bank of Glasco Walter's Oil - Cuba & Concordia HI ALL AROUND CHAMPIONSHIP Trophy Buckle by: J.C. Rodeo Company Crown Distributors OPEN BARREL RACE Added •I 25 by: Concordia Tractor, Inc. Cloud County Coop Elevator Assn. Valley Fertilizer ADMISSIONS Advanced Gate Adults 300 3«> 2.00 2.50 12] BRAHMA BULL RIDING Added •125 by: Exchange Bank of Clyde Coop Service Assn. Federal Land Bank Assn. C.S.R.A. Contest Rules Not Responsible for Accidents Children 6-12 Senior Citizens 2.00 3.B0 hntries Open August 20 & 21 from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Phone (918)437-8063 Wild Cow l\Ailking and Junior Barrel enter at time of show RODEO PARADE Saturday, August 27th at 2:00 P.M. -' Downtown Concordia RODEO BARBECUE Starts at 5:00 p.m. at the Buck N Ham Palace - Cost '1'»Plate Rodeo Dance at Buck N Ham Palace Both Nights Sponsored by the NCK Saddle Club Belleville Legion Season Statistics NAME GP AB R H E Singles 2B 3B HR SB HP BB SO RBI BASE AVE. BOBBY JOE SPANOLERI 26 84 36 38 4 29 S 3 1 8 0 8 17 24 54 .452 SHAWN HALLOWELL 29 93 25 40 12 33 5 1 1 15 0 9 10 31 61 .430 MIKE MARTIN 29 B3 28 33 7 27 4 1 1 5 7 6 10 15 60 .397 DAN SWIERCINSKY 19 24 7 9 4 9 0 0 0 2 1 3 6 5 15 .375 JAN VISHNEFSKE 21 67 26 25 6 IS 4 2 4 4 1 12 19 20 41 .373 BILLY ARNESON IS 39 13 14 6 9 5 0 0 5 0 8 IS 12 30 .358 CHRIS TUMA 27 88 18 27 14 22 2 0 3 5 0 10 17 21 46 .306 SHAWN PRICE 1 " 20 0 6 3 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 3 8 .300 TODD MILNER 1 21 41 14 _1SL_ 5 7 2 0 1 2 1 10 22 8 26 .243 DAVID TALLENT 27 51 24 12 8 8 4 0 0 4 4 21 20 7 37 .235 TODti KAUFMAN [24 51 12 12 9 9 1 2 0 5 1 15 15 4 28 .235 KENT MOREY 9 13 3 3 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 4 3 3 7 .230 KENNY ROE 19 18 IS 4 4 1 2 0 1 2 0 16 11 5 24 .222 GARY MONSANTO 22 43 7 9 10 7 2 0 0 1 0 4 15 5 18 .209 JOHNNY BARNES U 23 3 2 5 0 1 1 0 2 0 9 13 8 14 .086 DAN WILBER | 7 7 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 4 7 0 5 .m . TOTAL 29 745 235 244 ' 98 183 38 11 12 62 16 139 206 171 474 .327 NAME IP SO BB H ER ERA RECORDW-L-S BILLY ARNESON 34.2 38 39 53 36 7.27 3-1-1 GARY MONSANTO 32.2 34 33 54 37 7.93 3-5 KENNY ROE 46 49 40 44 29 4.41 2-6 DAVID TALLENT 35.1 21 37 32 18 3.56 1-4 TODD KAUFMAN 20.1 18 25 23 14 4.82 3-1 1 KENT MOREY 2 1 1 1 0 0.00 0-0 j TOTALS 171 161 175 207 134 5.48 (12-17) I Belleville Basketball Star Takes Coaching Former Republic and Belleville High School basketball star Tony Hobson has been appointed head women's basketball coach at Cloud County Community College. Hobson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hobson of rural Hardy, Neb., only recently had joined the Hastings (Neb.) College men's basketball staff after completing a standout 4-year career there. He will now come to the 2-year Concordia community college to fill the shoes of the departed Jerry McCarty. Hobson holds several career and season marks for the Belleville Buffs, joining that team after the closing of Republic High. He continued his career as a guard for the Hastings club. McCarty has "willed" Hobson one of the state's outstanding community college women's programs. The Thunderettes have made two trips to the National Junior College Tournament since the women's program was inaugurated under McCarty seven years ago. Two-Time All-State Once a foe feared by basketball fans in Concordia, Tony Hobson is now their ally. MctTarty resigned earlier this summer to take a similar position at Barton County Community College in Great Bend. Hobson was a two-time All-stater at Belleville, a traditional Concordia rival. After graduating in 1977 he attended Barton County, which was once a major rival of the Thunderbirds. A pure outside shooter, Hobson averaged over 24 points per game his senior year in high school and 20 points his second year at Barton. He was named All- Conference in the Jayhawk Juco Conference Western Division as a sophomore. From Barton County, Hobson went to Hastings (Neb.) College and averaged nearly 17 points per game each year. He was named to the NAIA District 11 All-star team both years. Hobson graduated from Hastings in 1981 with a degree in business administration. He will teach accounting at Cloud County. Now Hobson will try to put the same winning touch on the Cloud County women's basketball program that he did on his outside jumper throughout his playing career. His experience includes working with former Marymount College coach Ken Cochran in running Cochran's basketball camps, and taking a primary role in running basketball camps at Hastings College. Winning Tradition Hobson will be replacing a man who left a permanent mark on the Cloud Fishing Report LOVEWELL RESERVOIR—Water conditions: 5' low. Fair to good for white bass and wipers in front of the dam at the outlet. Channel catfishing is good at the inlet. All other species are slow. MILFORD RESERVOIR—Water conditions: 81 degrees and releasing 150 cfs. White bass fishing is good for fish surfacing in the morning and evenings. Most of the fish are 1-11,^ pounds and are being taken on spoons and jigs. Some big walleye are still being taken in deep water on rocky shelves in 30-35 feet on jigs-n- nightcrawlers. Crappie fishing is fair in the Curtis Creek area in 15-20 feet of water around brush on jigs or minnows, channel catfishing is fair on setlines in the lower end using crawdads and other live bait. ^ County program. McCarty built the Thunderette program into one of tne top programs in the state. In six years of coaching the Thun­ derettes McCarty compiled a 143-28 record. He took the Thunderettes to nationals twice, finishing second once. He was named Region VI coach-of-the-year twice. "I am looking forward to it," Hobson said of the challenge in maintaining the winning tradition at CCCC. "It is not going to be easy, I know that. There isn't any big pressure here on winning but you can tell it is expected." "The first thing is to maintain the type of reci-uiting they have had here," he said. "That is the key to maintain ing a winning program, keeping quality people in it. Once you get the quality people it is up to you to get the most out of them you can." Hobson said that there are a lot of good local athletes and if he concentrates on them there shouldn't be any problem. This year the recruiting was difficult because Hobson got a late start. Hobson will have four returning sophomores plus three players that McCarty originally signed. The three McCarty signed are Cindj Kickhaefer, 6-0, Chapman; Amy An derson, 5-11, Clyde; and Sally Medill, 5-8 Seneca. There will also be some girls that signed in other sports but will also play basketball. Hobson also expects some- walk-ons. If Hobson can come up with the players he needs, basketball fans will see a little bit of what they are used to from the Thunderettes. "If 1 have the material I want I'd like to fast break," Hobson said about his offensive plans. If the material isn't there to run then Hobson has a set pattern offense that he is very sure of. Defensively, the Tliun derettes' new mentor likes to play nian-tn- Behind the Lines (By Bill Gray) What, no column for two weeks in a row. Well, we had to make room for a late ad for Mid-America Truck. But for you sports junkies, be it known that KU will finish In the first division, K-State won't and If Nebraska doesn't stay in contention for the national title all season, Tom Osborne will be doing something else besides heading the Cornhuskers next season. •« TONY HOBSON man with some type of full-court zone press. Sothers Assists Hobson will be assisted this year by Deb Sothers, who is not unfamiliar to Cloud Coimty basketball. Sothers, a Courtland native, was the point guard on the 1980 Thunderette team that placed second in the nation. She is also the head volleyball and softball coach at Cloud. Bock to School Bobby Joe Spangler, Senior at Belleville High School is ready for class in his new Levis Jeans and Campus Polo Style Shirt purchased at Truman's. Jeans Movln-On $3 off Sport Shirts $3 off =1 BaclMlor-F«ulkmr-Ctart Home Fumlshlmii Bellovllitt, KaiiM* Summer Sale Continues

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