Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 16, 1969 · Page 19
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AHuiMM TMMS, »av«rT«v«u.t. ******** April 1*, 19*9 · 1* Russellville Cyclones Blow Past Bulldogs In Fayetteville Relay. #: Spring Evening: Cyclone Finish, Hurdler Kit Stocker, Voulter John Srephenson, Romay's James Guess (TIMESPhoro By Ken Good) ' . r , WL-" Fayetteville High School record ciallv if the meet is conducted|Rogers 152-10) , St Annes Z . . l i e ) R o s s H By ISH HALEY ,ror the tearn*--sh;p of «£. d Fa^ ^^ ^^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ __ Ch^. Ky » «,^^J. ^O-*, By ISH HALEY and LONNIE GIBSON i'rofcssionai golf has i t s tcrennial brides maids l i k e i'ommy Aaron and Dan Sikes. They lead the pack until the last round, then fall on t h e final 18 holes. Track, however, has the Fayetteville Bulldogs. The Purple Puppies locked up w i t h the Russellville Cyclones the Fayetteville Relays h e r e last night. A large crowd, which enjoyed both the balmy outdoor air and the heated running events, saw the Bulldogs take an early margin, lose it after 12 events, regain a slight margin with a one-two finish in The Cyclones ran away from the field during the second leg and finished the relay with a 3:27.9. Fayetteville could only manage a fourth place as St. Anne's and Springdale t o o k second and third respectively. margin \viui a unc-iuu iiin.-in m the pole vault and fall short] The v i c t o r y gave the in the final event. Lack Of Improvement Worries Coaches As Practice Continues The Arkansas Razorl have made few. if any. .... provemcnts during the last few d a y s of their spring football drills. Coach Frank Br said Tuesday. "The coaches feel like haven't done much good for the last three practices," Br said after Tuesday's wor "We're not making any provement. We've hit a pl and we're not doing much bet acks im- few tball jyles we r the jyles kout. im- iteau bet- ter." The Porkers worked out for two hours Tuesday, ending with a scrimmage between the first and second units against t h e Orange and Green team reserve units. The Ra/.orbacks will hold a scrimmage Wednesday that will be closed to the public. Wednesday will be the 10th day of spring practices, the halfway point of the drills. in the broac all three sp which won first in the "We reallv [ o r this coach Bobbi did a real p tered their events. We individuals \ Nix explaine between the the mile j Cyclones a total of 97V4 points. "~ Fayetteville returned with 90. St. Anne's captured t h i r d with 41, Springdale had 30, Berryville 17!4. Neosho 16, Rogers 14 and Fayetteville B-tcam had 13. M i k e Sonderegger of St. Anne's grabbed individual honors with 30 points. The young Buffalo won the 220, tied for first in the 100, finished fourth sprint relay teams one." said Bulldog m .,jy Nix. "The boys real good job. They bet- rmances in 11 something as clock.' Individually. Nix cited t h e w o r k (if Ken Jones and Kim Kimbrough in the 440-yard dash. "They both turned in their best times of the season," Nix said. Kit Stocker also had a big light for the Bulldogs. Stocker ,ook third places in both the ow hurdles and long jump. Nix also like the work of his two-mile relay learn, composed of Phil Verlee, Joe Traphagen, 3d Shimkus and Don Meyer. 'They bettered their best time by a full 10 seconds." Nix reported. "They also set a new Fayetteville High School record ciallv if the meet is conducted j Rogers 152-10)^ and broke the relays record." properly. With the help of Joe 1 The youthful Bulldog mentor'Holt's elementary track pro- also had praise for his li i g h ' g r a m plus our junior high and also had praise lor ins n i g .. ,»·.·· t *-- -- -- r- hurdlers Gary Combs and Tom high school teams, we hope to Heflin. They placed third and build track up to the priority Shot - 1. Chcyne, Fay. 2 Williams, Nvushn 3. Drake, Fa\ New Record (53 9) fourth respectively with a 15.6 of football and baskehall. and a 15.9 over the 120 yards, had kids from The Bulldog 440 yard relay .through twelveth grades out 120 hurdles - 1. my Russ. 2. Roberts. We! Combs, Fay. ( 1 5 . 1 ) Goodwin. Russ.. 3. 1 the seventh I 440 Relay-1 1 l i t miMUUft 1 111 ^ (i i U i tin v . *··!' UI«M" % . . - . , » · . . . , · · o- team also won an important here competing. Many nf their third place with a -14.5. "Kon parents were also here to cheer Jones, Jim Spurlock. F r e d . t h e m on. This kind nf spirit, Treffinger and David Gcarhart combined with the weather we did a good job for us in this had. has to be one of the best · - -- - - spring nights for Fayetteville. impressive showing in the pole vault. Rick McWhorter got first place with a vault of 13-4 *.\. John Stephenson placed second. FIGHTS Don Bohnnnnn, who com pcted for the Fayetteville B By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BATTING--Alex J o h n s o n . Reds, tripled in the 12th inning and scored the winning run after driving in five runs with two homers and a ground out as Cincinnati topped San Francisco 11-10. PITCHING--Claude Ostecn. Dodgers, fired a three-hitter for his second successive complete game victory in a 14-0 romp over San Diego. event." Nix noted. Fayetteville made most i The Bulldogs will continue competition Saturday w li e n they visit the Arkansas Tech Relays in Russellville. "This is really a big one." Nix Spr. 3. Fay. (44.25) 100 Dash--1. Sonderegger. St. Annes 2. Hark-lt. Huss.. 3. Gcarhart. [ay. (10.3) Mile R u n -- 1 . Chenault. Kuss. 2. Brynht, Russ. 3. Verier. Fay. (4:214) High J u m p -I. Cox. Berry 2. House, Fay. 3. W e s t . Bcrrvville ( f i l ' . i l , St. Annes 2. (Tie) Ross. Rcrry- ville-Barlctl. Russ. (22.8.1 . Mile Relay--1. Russ. 2 St. ' A n n e ' s 3. Springdale 3:27.2) Porkers Enter Bowl Annes 2.! Fred Thomson's Razorbacks ; ripped their way to a 7-3-1 rec- · ord and a post season berth in Hie Dixie Classic. Lewis Johnson led the Porkers to import n n t victories ovc Texas, liay- .lor, and TCU. In the Dixie Classic at Dallas, Arkansas tied Centenary 7-7. n said, state "The best teams in In | n . will be there to help us got team placed fourth in t li r ' ready for our conference- meet." ·vent. ! THE VARSITY RESULTS Shot putter Bob Chcyne h a d i 2 mile relay - 1. Rusv 2. one of the biggest nights of his| Fay. 3. Rogers (8:13.0) prep career. Chcyne heaved the Discus -- I . W i l l i a m s . Neosho lead ball 53-9 for a first place. The distance gave Chcyne the meet, school and class record for the event. "We were real pleased with the entire meet." Nix beamed. "We want to have more and better meets next year. Track 2. Dowcll, Fay. 3. Waggoner. 1180 R e l a y - 1. Huss 2. (T i c) Fay. - SI. Annos (1:31.1) Long J u m p 1. Parks. Russ. 2. Zaccanli, Kay. 3. Stnckcr, Fay. (21).!)) 440 Dash- 1. Nichols. Spring dale 2. Bibler. Ru«. 3. Jones. Fay. (51.3) 180 Hurdles 1. Goodwin, Russ. 2. Jones. Spr. 3. Stnckcr, Fay. (20.5) 880 Run--1. Fcltncr. Russ. 2. Chenault. Russ. 3. Meyer Fay. (1:50.0) CHICAGO ( A P ) - Jockey; Polo Vault--1. McWhnrtrr Douglas Wins Four Mooty Grabs Honors Jim Mooty provided the offensive excitement in 1959 by blasting his way to Ail-American honors. v^niv-miw vrti ; -- »u*-m., ( --Douglas Richard rode four w i n - 1 Fay. 2. Sleiilionson, r a y . 3. I.ee. IK;LLI:I uitiuih HUM. vuii. i i a c i v m-i.i is a good spectator sport, expe-1 day. ncrs at Sportsman's Park Tues-|Russ. (13-4 220 Dash--1. 1. Sonderegger. FREE 1 .!! Everyone Invited PANCAKE SUPPER 7 P.M. April 18th At the American l.fBion Hut Fayelti-villP Sponsored hy Rar.orbai-k Riding Cluh We're Fighting back harder RAMBLER '1989 iQO Delivered Includes Dealer Delivery Charg* RAMBLERS -- Immediate Delivery. 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