Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 17, 1988 · Page 14
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Page 14 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Thursday, March 17, 1988 Sports Sports Challenge Idaville's Jim Hunt Repeats As Top Sectional Predictor For the second straight year, Jim Hunt, of Idaville, has won the Pharos-Tribune's Sectional Sports Challenge. Hunt, manager of the Hanenkratt Grain Idaville elevator, correctly picked 42 out of 64 sectional champions. As his prize, Hunt will receive two tickets to see the Indiana-Kentucky All-Star Games in Indianapolis on June 25 in Market Square Arena. This is only the second year he has entered the contest. He also selected 42 of the 1987 champions to win last year's contest. Hunt has also entered twice — and won twice — in a similar contest in the Monticello Herald Journal, the past two years. "That's a pretty good winning percentage," Hunt quipped, after learning of his accomplishment, "That's better than Purdue or Indiana or anybody." Hunt tried to downplay his skill at picking the winners, saying "Everybody has to get lucky sometime." Hunt said his methods are no secret. He studies the records of teams and uses the computer rankings of teams, published in the Bloomington Herald-Telephone. He said he usually goes with one of the top three computer-ranked teams, although his selection is also based on site and hunch. Among the area sectionals, Hunt correctly picked Logansport, Tri-County and Kokomo to win their own tournaments and Oregon-Davis to win the North Judson sectional. He missed at Lafayette, picking Harrison instead of Jefferson and at Triton, where he selected Warsaw instead of winner Tippecanoe Valley. Hunt's nearest competitor, among the 49 entrants, was Logansport Schools Superintendent Steve Kain, who picked 39 correct sectional champs. John Westfall of Monticello and Todd Boldry, a freshman basketball player for Caston High School, from Macy, tied for third, with 38 right picks. Jim Hunt wins second sectional contest Moss Leads Four Lewis Cass Players On All-Conference Lewis Cass High School had three boys and one girl mentioned in voting for the All-Mid- Indiana Conference basketball teams. Senior Brad Moss made the boys' first team, while Dave Collins earned second-team recognition and Rick Mosby received honorable mention. Angie Cree, a freshman on the Kings' all-underclassman varsity team, was voted to the girls' all-conference second team. Lewis Cass' boys finished in a three-way tie for the MIC championship, as the Kings, Western and Eastbrook all finished with 4-2 league records. Maconaquah won the girls MIC title, with a 6-0 mark. Lewis Cass placed sixth. Below are final standings and all-conference team selections from the Mid-Indiana Conference. BOYS BASKETBALL Final Standings Team W Lewis Cass 4 Western 4 Eastbrook 4 Maconaquah 3 Tavlor 3 Eastern 0 All-Conference First Team Brad Moss, T .evvis Cass Ted Sparling, Western Scott Hullingcr, Northwestern Tracy Powell, Maconaquah Chris Smedley, Eastbrook Second Team Jade Miller, Western Dave Collins, Lewis Cass Mid-Indiana Conference Chris Hevezi, Maconaquah Mike Tate, Taylor Kevin Bostic, Northwestern Honorable Mention Rick Mosby, Lewis Cass Matt Etler, Western Brad Oliver, Eastbrook Steve Shine, Maconaquah Fred Lloyd, Maconaquah Craig Miller, Taylor Stu Nicholson, Eastern GIRLS BASKETBALL Final Standings Team W Maconaquah 6 Eastern 4 Western 4 Eastbrook 4 Taylor 2 Lewis Cass 1 Northwestern 0 All-Conference First Team Hope Hershberger, Maconaquah Wendy AJdridge, Western Monica Duncan, Western Belinda Kunczt, Maconaquah Heather I-Iord, Eastern Second Team Mary Jean Street, Eastbrook Erin Jarrett, Taylor Angie Cree, Lewis Cass Heather Coning, Eastern Maria Owens. Eastbrook Honorable Mention Anne Johnson, Eastern Brenda Nicholson, Eastern Robin Jarrett, Taylor Natalie Griffey, Northwestern Jenny Fowler, Western Leigh Ann Gordon, Maconaquah Sports Shorts Middle School Track Starts March 28 Practice begins March 28 for Logansport Middle School's track team. Each student will receive a practice schedule from the coaches. A completed physical slip must be on file with the coaches before beginning practice. Logan's Middle School boys will have their first meet on Monday, April 18, at 4:30 p.m., at Pioneer. The girls' first meet will be on Wednesday, April 20, at 4:30 p.m., also at Pioneer. A complete schedule of the team's meets will run in the Pharos-Tribune Sports Scoreboard, prior to the first meet, Colt Cheerleader Auditions April 23 Auditions for the 1988 Indianapolis Colts Cheerleaders squad will be held in the Hoosier Dome on Saturday, April 23, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The tryouts are open to all ladies who will be 18 years of age by September 1,1988. Approximately 250 women auditioned for the 1987 squad, according to Colts Public Relations Director Craig Kelley. Registration sessions will be held at the Colts' Complex at 7001 W. 56th Street, from April 11-18. Hours for registering are 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8:30 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 16. Registration is a requirement for an audition. No participants will be allowed to sign up on April 23 at the Hoosier Dome. For more information, call (317) 297-COLT. Chicago Bears At N. White Sunday Members of the Chicago Bears' NFL football team will be playing a charity basketball game at North White High School in Monon, Sunday, March20, at 2p.m. Tickets are still available at $5 in advance or $6 at the door. Pre-sale tickets can be purchased in Monticello 'at Goody's Sports Center, State and Savings Bank and Bank of Reynolds. Or to save $1 off the admission price, bring this article to the door. After the game, the Bears will hold an autograph and photo session. Among the players to be scheduled to represent the Bears are Otis Wilson, Jim Harbaugn, Ron Morris, Cap Boso and Maurice Douglass. The Bears will take on a team of players made up of North White area faculty, coaches and community members. Twelve Mile Baseball Callout Summer baseball callout in Twelve Mile for boys ages 5-12 begins this week. Registration forms are available at the Caslon School office. If unable to pici; up a form at the school or to have questions answered, contact Bill HartzJer at 664-21J1. Jim Snerrick at 664-5418, or Charlie Wapenburg at 664-5893. soecia immmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Offers Good Through Saturday, March 19th! Great Selection of New Spring Merchandise LUCKY FIRST FLOOR — -SAVINGS - Buy one item on our 1st floor at regular price-Receive any second EQUA?VALUE at. 1/2 PRICE! i LUCKY SECOND FLOOR SAVINGS jit- SPORTCOATS Starting At *155 SIZE 36 Short to 56 Long BUY ONE SPORTCOAT AT REGULAR PRICE & RECEIVE 1 PAIR... FREE DRESS SLACKS Values up to *45 - Size 29 to 52 MAHE i /- x*» /to /"*>', f /l on the Square DOWNTOWN KOKOMO

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