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- w""V m t m 10-F-J Sunday, June 4, 1978 Philadelphia Inquirer High school scoreboard Baseball Compiled by Doug Hadden STANDING (through Trtorsdav) SOUTH JERSEY CONFERENCE North Division fetal overall 1 4 i 13 Philadelphia Inquirer J. KINGSTON COLEMAN Bishop Eustace team carries off manager Bob Wengert after win Bishop Eustace wins Parochial B title, 5-0 Bishop Eustace and Sacred Heart of Vineland each won NJSIAA state baseball championships yesterday in the Parochial finals held at Mercer County Park. Eustace defeated Paul VI of Clifton, 5-0, to capture Parochial B, led by John Walker's two-hit pitching. Walker, who threw a four-hitter in the South Jersey final, struck out seven, and was touched for hits only by Paul VT's ( 16-9) John Torchia. Eustace (1S-7) picked up four runs in the fifth inning with two outs, as Chris Conte and Bob Rumer singled in runs, and Matt Gass followed with a two-run single. Walker finishes with , an 8-1 record. In Parochial C, Sacred Heart downed Montclair Immaculate, S-2, behind Stan Burzinski (8-0). Designated hitter Martin Murray ripped a three-run homer to left field in the second inning to start the win. Camden Catholic's bid to take Parochial A was stopped by Roselle Catholic, 3-1, in a meeting of sophomore pitchers. Roselle's Andy Ortiz got the win with six effective innings of relief work, and Jim Gibson took the loss by giving up an RBI triple to Pat Petti and a run-scoring single to Steve Crassi in the second inning. . In the Diamond Classic quarterfinals, St. Joseph's of Camden scored another upset, ousting Cherry Hill West, 2-1, at Haddon Township. Jim Mason was the winner, allowing four hits, and John D'Alessandro drove home the deciding run off Wayne Miller. Washington Township routed Cherry Hill East, 11-0, at Haddon-field, scoring nine runs in the first inning on six singles, a double, two walks, and an error. Mike Moore went 3-for-3 for Township, which plays St. Joseph's in" Tuesday's semifinal at Eastern. The other semifinal will match Shawnee and Millville on Tuesday at Camden County College after each won second-round games yesterday. Shawnee eliminated Pennsauken, 6-4, with John Odorisio's three-run homer and Bob Sebra's pitching, and Millville (16-8) handled Paul VI, 4-2, as Mike Cordero delivered a game-winning two-run double in support of Jeff Beebe. , Rancocas Valley clinched the Burlington County Liberty League with a 7-1 win over Lenape. Giuseppe Harris singled, doubled, and tripled for three Rancocas (19-2J runs. Woodbury's Lewis wins 3 sprint events By Sam Carchidi oiipnnl to Thm InqmrBr Last Saturday, in the rains at Toms River South, Lori Lewis scored an impressive triple, including a state record-setting time of SS.6 seconds in the 440, as Woodbury High captured the NJSIAA South Jersey Girls' Group 1 championship. Yesterday, at Jackson Township High School, Lewis said the early morning sun had "drained" her, and that "I do better in the rain." This was after, the splendid and drained senior had scored individual sprint victories winning the 100 (11.0), 220 (24.8) and 440 (57.1) and helping Woodbury stay alive in' the NJSIAA Girls' Track and Field State Group championships. It was, however, before the rains came, postponing the final two events the 440 and the mile relays until Tuesday at 2 p.m. ' Woodbury, which is going after its third straight State Group 1 title, moved into second place, 2 points behind Highland Park, after finishing third in the mile relays. Then the rains came. Earlier, the Tundering Herd was aided by Val Green's win in the 110-yard hurdles (14.7) and second-place finish in the 440. Clayton finished the afternoon in fourth-place with 19 points, well behind Highland Park (45). The Clippers got a fine performance from freshman Emma Painter, who won the shot put (40-84) and finished second in the discus. Glassboro's Anna Stewart also was a winner, capturing the high jump with a 17-8V4 leap. Paul VI held an 18-17 lead in Group 3. The Eagles-were paced by Doreen Startare and Carolyn Willis, each of whom scored first and third-place finishes. Willis won the 440 in S8.S, while finishing third in the 880 2:19.5). Star-tare broke the South Jersey record of 5:13.3 in the mile with a 5:07.8 clocking. She also placed third in the two-mile. Leoia Toomer helped Edgewood with wins in the 100 and 220-yard dashes and a fifth-place finish in the long jump. In Group 2, Haddon Heights, behind a big effort by Kathy Rankins, held fifth place with 12 points, five behind first-place Point Pleasant Boro. Rankins scored wins in the high jump (17-10'2) and 100-yard dash (11.1). Willingboro and Pennsauken each captured a dozen points in Group 4, five behind the leader, Columbia. The Indians' Michele Glover tied a state record with a 10.7 victory in the 100. She also won the 220 in 24.3. Willingboro, meanwhile, was sparked by Carol Lewis' 17-SVi triumph in the long jump. Camden found itself in sixth place with 11 points. The Panthers, however, are top-seeded in the two remaining relays. Holy Spirit's distance standout, Mo-nique Purcell, also accounted for a South Jersey record performance, clocking 10:56.7 to beat the old mark of 11:03.1 by Gateway's Pan Adams, two years ago. Schalick wins softball by beating Cedar Grove Schalick won the first state championship in the school's brief history by completing an unbeaten girls softball season with an 8-2 victory over Cedar Grove in the NJSIAA Group One state final tournament game yesterday at Mercer County Park. Sharon Hawk (23-0) got the win, allowing just two unearned runs, and the offense was led by Donna Whitson's two-run double in the sixth inning and Hawk's two-run double in the seventh, breaking open a close game. Gateway (18-3) also picked up a Kate championship, whipping Queen of Peace 6-2 in Group Two and handing the North Jersey champs, now (19-1), their first loss of the season. Maureen Tighe's first-nining triple scored Marge Cromley for the first run, and Linda Hutchinson opened the second with a home run. Hutchinson finished the game with three hits and three RBI, and Donna Malone? was the winning pitcher, throwing a shutout for six innings. Triton was beaten in the Group Three final, 1-0 by Ramapo (22-4). Winning pitcher Debbie Leach drove in the game's only run in the fourth stanza, and Triton's (18-2) Maureen Williams was left on third base in both the fifth and sixth innings. Ul L WU Cherry HIM West m Pennsauken ! J? Bishop EustK i 14 Paul VI ! T !? famHan fjlthlllie 7 4 14 Cherry Hill East 4 4 Camden , 1 JJ Woodrow Wilson 1 11 South Division xvinealnd H 1 Millville 1? Cumberland 7 Holy Spirit Atlantic City 7 4 Malnalnd J 7 Absegaml I'l Bridgeton J 13 BURLINGTON COUNTY LEAGUE LlDerty umsnm Raneooaa Valley 13 1 It 3 15 IB 10 ' ! i l i n Cl,u,n Cinnaminson Willingboro Holy Cross Moorestown Pemberton Cherokee Lenape Kennedy IT 14 7 10 7 10 5 1 2 7 e id 10 I 11 10 10 7 11 10 13 s ia r.f.M Bordentoum Burlington Florence Northern Burlco Palmyra Maple Shade Burlington Twp Rvtersiae Freedom Division 4 11 5 10 1 7 3 5 4 7 1 t 9 7 0 11 s ia 3 14 COLONIAL CONFERENCE Haddon Two Haddon ms Collingswood Storing Audubon . ; HaddontieW Woodbury t Pauisboro 14 US 11 4 10 TRKOUNTY CONFERENCE xPennsvill Dei sea Kingsway Clayton Gloucester Penns Grove Woodstown Schalick pitman Salem 11 10 7 ia 4 13 t lil J 1 OLYMPIC CONFERENCE C'eaniew ' f ; Gloucester .ai,oi'v. - - Eastern . 1J Williamstown ? Gateway . f J' Glassboro J '? West Deottord . ,J American Division Washington Two 13 ' bdgewood ' J Overorowt r , "a'pe-atlantic Uaoue .u,r r atia Maw- 15 3 ' c,,,afl Hurt . H j Buena . Hammonton St. josepn s (HI Middle Two Ocean Citv Wildwood Wiiowooa tarmiiic 13 5 S T 5 10 i i ii 5 11 5 11 r.'':r".".u.i,: j n """ TnTm-pendents St. Joseph's (C) Berlin Tech Pennsauken Teeti St. James St. Augustine Athlete of the week ... . Clearview's baseball team returned just two starters from a squad that won the South Jersey Group Two title last year, but one of the two Jim Sharp-had recently warmed to the task of keeping the Pioneers alive in the Olympic National Conference race. Sharp struck out 18 Overbrook hitters in seven innings for a 4-0 no-hitter last Saturday, and followed that effort with three innings of relief work on Tuesday. The Inquirer's Athlete of the Week fanned nine of the 10 West Deptford hitters he - faced, winning a 5-4 decision and boosting his record to 6-4. "Jim has been excellent the last few times out," said Clearview coach Craig Harper. "Since the weather got good and warm, he has been overpowering . . . noticeably more effective. His fast ball really moves, and he has outstanding control with his curve." Sharp fell behind on just three hitters in his no-hit performance, according to Harper, who returned to coach the Pioneers after a three-year absence, and has struck out 84 men in 64 innings. "He couldn't miss," Harper added. "It seemed that almost every hitter was facing an 0-1 count after one pitch, and the hitters all became very defensive. There wasn't a single ball to the outfield." Sharp was 9-2 as a junior and a key part of Clearview's championship season, but watched all of his teammates graduate except catcher Jeff Datz, who also does some pitching. This year, Sharp's record has dropped off with the league's improved quality, but he has also improved as a pitcher and as an outfielder. L Jim Sharp "He has been just phenomenal in cen-terfield," Harper said. "He made a catch against Eastern which not only saved the ball game, but was one of the best catches I've ever seen in high school baseball. He has stolen 8 bases in 8 attempts, and he's a leader type of kid he tries to fire the other kids up." Sharp has applied to both Glassboro State and Biscayne (Fla.) Colleges, but Harper says the left hander has been well-scouted, and may even be drafted next year. Wherever he goes, he will be looking for some warm weather. . . . Also in the spotlight 1 1 7 4 1 Track GROUP I Two-Mile 1. John McCarthy, HolmdeT V K" Hlidabrandt, Pt. Pleasant Beach, :30.7; 3. Bob Stroebel, Mendham, J:34.J 4, Ian Leaveslev, Mahwah, J:3S.O; 5, Bill Cft,KjSS!iS!l. VeVh Washington, Woodbury. 22-1 V; l,Saul Han-it. Florence,. V-tv,, 3, Jim Schemer, West Windsor, 10-Vi! 4. Jave Belson, Pt. Pleasant Beach, n-Wf! 5, Mark Wooden, Bound Brook, M1M4-Yard Dash-JI, Otto Birkhead, Palmyra, 10.0; , 1, Joe Jorbin, Penns Grove. :10.1; 3, Dave Belson, Pt. Pleasant Beach, :10.2) 4, Trey Conte, West Windsor, :10.1; 5, Chris Wise, Penns Grove, :14.3; 3, Joe Winninqham, Bordentown, :14.4; 3, Edward Ross, Penns Gre. :". 4, Jim Scheidler, West Windsor, :14.( S, Steve Brown, Bogota, : 1 5.0. Mile Run-Jl, John Regan, Pt. Pleasant Beach, 4-.lf.Ss J. Dick Caton. Woodbury, 4: Jl.lt J. Ken Hildelbrandt, Pt. Pleasant Beach, 4:J?.i 4. Bob Gibson, Mountain Lakes. 4:33.1; 5, Russ Barry, Kln- neH",h 4: 'Vmp-l, Scott Walvus. .Brearley Reg., 4-3; I, Paul Hoffman, Pt. Pleasant Beach, 4-3; 3, Bryan Warrick, Burlington Two.. 4-t 4, Kurt Schmultie, Glen RiMe, -0; 5, Kim Hughe.: Woodbury, 4. Discus 1, John Galucei, Cedar Ridoe, 157-M; 5, Bryant Moore, Flonmce, 150-4; 3, Bob StooWfrJ. Glen Ridge, !4-; . Jim Huntley, Roselt Park, 148-4; S, Doug Wilson, Park Ridge, 140-J. -lu Shot Put 1, Al Renio, Brearlv Reg., 524',; 1, Randy Savers, Penns Grove. 51-3; 3, Tony Johnson, rs?vri.3&. K.i.5 was. Ington, Woodbury. :J0 J; 1. O1 Hollowav, Palmyra. :50J; 3, Joe corbin, Penns Grove. .JJ't Evans, RoseUe Park. :5V0; 5. Bill Pendelton, Woodbury, :S3 0. Jave in-1. Vince Woik Bound Brook, l!-i I, Ken Henderjhot, Newton. 190-S; 3, Greg Reno. Chat, ham Two., IBM. 4. John Cannon, Holmdel, !l-; S- Cf""' Mendham. 177. u.,.j... i 3KhYJird Intermediate Hurdles 1. Alan Coonioni, Burlington i Tw. 30.9; 3. Oscar Valmon. M'ch"'!I Two :3.l; 3- Jim Srhn.id.r, west Windsor :3 ! t Rodney Wi. Penns Grove. :!.; S, Steve Brown. Pleasant Beach, 1:54.t I. " Caton, Woodbury, It J5.1 ; J, Mlk. Karo, Chatham Two.. ;''', Mik? stickles. , T.rdUaBsTf,"DTrek1H rhris pa'ozn, Mt. Lanes. r; w.lev Reed Penns Grove. Chester Ridgeway, Penns Grove. !,um. Relav-1. Woodbury (Bruce j.jj" 4. Bordentown 3:M; West Windsor. 3:3. LORI LEWIS ran a state record SS.6 quarter-mile to cap a3-victory sprint performance, and lead Woodbury's girls track team to its third straight NJSIAA South Jersey Group One championship. JIM GARAVENTI and BRIAN STORK, Moorestown 's first doubles team, won a clinching 2-6, 6-2, 6-0 victory over North Jersey champ Millburn to wrap up the Quakers' 3-2 team win and make Moorestown South Jersey's first NJS IAA state public school tennis champion ever. BRIAN MINIMIER of Burlington shot an even-par 72 at Ramblewood Country Club in Mt. Laurel to win the Burlington County Open golf tournament by a S-shot margin in the 19-team field. PATTY McMANUS helped Triton reach the NJSIAA state final round of 'the softball tournament by knocking in a run with a triple, bringing home two more teammates in the next inning with a ground ball, and scoring the winning run in the bottom of the seventh. BOB SEBRA, a sophomore righthander, struck out 6, and threw his second no-hitter of the year, 1-0, against Pennsville, which also started a pitcher who had thrown a no-hitter earlier in the season. JIM GIBSON pitched Camden Catholic to the South Jersey Parochial A baseball title, 3-2, over Notre Dame, and maintained his perfect record (7-0) during his sophomore season. GROUP 11 tm.,h TMiie Run 1,-Jim Smith, TRLpn,,WDo.r,5; 4 Man Noctor, Warren Hills, jim Tfiitwerald, Tenafly, :4M. 100-Yard Dash - .ov Holmes, Orange, .';' Vert white, Aburv Park, :0-i; J, Je" Gartner, Hillside, 10.0; 4, Charles Thomas, Buena, jIO-H Terr" Neelv. Red Bank, :10.t. 120-Yard High Hurdles - 1, Li"-wood Davis. ?"'' ,i,D,,n Coles, Asburv Perk, :14 .3; 3, Chuck Thompson, Burlington City, 14 5; 4. Vic Smith, JeHerson Two.. 145; 3, Ross Eames, Hopewell V'o!,cu, - N, Derek Fr.i.er. Wil-liamstown. in-1; 2, Ray Moulton, Madison Bore. 141-1 J; 3, Dave W, -Hams, Asbury Park, 141-0; 4, Gilbert Curry, Pleasantville, 15M( 5, John DeWan. waldrick, 150-3. Pole Vault 1, Terry Crans, voorhees. 13-3; 2, Dan Woiclk, pauisboro, 144; 3, Greg Maik, Rurhertord, 134; 4. Glno N"en-o, Voorhees. 12-4; 5. Bob Wehrle, South Brunswick. 13-0. Javelin 1' Tracy Hosier, Le-naoe Valley. 2vo; 3. Ben Grover. o.ith Bnnswik. 2"l-4: 3. JHfer-on Brn. Haddonfield. 17-4: 4. rh.Hes Hrvey, Suth Brunswtrit. it.i)i j Rich Irish, Rumson-Fair Hvn. l3- . , long Jumo 1- Cti'1' Vsser. 1 wi cane May. 22-1 t; 2- Barry TiM-ner. P'-neetorj- 4H.t4i 3. nck Ttiomoon. BtirtiiMiton fify., ti 4. Kevin Ponwav. H'eh Bnint. 1-ltA: 5, Stewart Newton, SI Vlv. 20.4. u.rf 1 .Kn "; intn. tln :4J; J. Brad i i..rt,. :4.: 3. 0r- .th. yj"t IH.. -I'; 4 Willi" ftnl h,M Park, :; 3, i.... rii ".i jiH., :5no. BOOUP II t 1. F WIIIIm. ahi p-. 4-3i 2. WHm B" ,1.... 0;.lr 4-ai ' a..ma MiweW Tun.. 14.0, ' -re vihitte. p. .-. t,4. a. Derk Frari. WH. uiks tiiwn v rvi.-e vide. w mm p-nviHAnr. 4: i.ki. alm. 44f 9 At s, Mkiuiil P"e. A.; 4 V'Kt.. UMlltffll enr. I.. e M-Me tfawart. - M-'l i e u:ii:.im 41 T 4 rrfu KMwtlr. 4- f.r e --. ' a? a w.i. eiu aa . v.i. ii.mm. laanM , , . . . i. ..mmk m t-m . 1 IiwwhJ "t: . . , J.. I.C. , r t "- M V , a,., , ... , ,.t - a ---- . ... .. ,u. ,.rva, s a t 'u- n -l - - -..v.p4,.B M, .r. . UK V 1 ' - - n . ... . w , "t ' -u..-. - - ... ' k.u..- .... j .1 . , , 4... .,. ..ww aaaw. . a. Derrick Roberts, C. J. Scott, :?2.4; 5, Keith Gray, West Side, :22.J. Mile Relay I. West Side iRay McGee, Tony Herndon, Jessie Collins. Charles Bethea), 3:20 0 ; 2, Voorhees, 3:23.1; 3, Delran, 3:14.1; 4, C. J. Scott, 3:35.7; S, Haddon Twp., 3:30.3. Team Scoring Asbury Park 27, Voorhees 1, West Side 14, Salem 15, Williamstown 13, Burlington City 12, Orange t, Delran , Pausboro I, Warren Hills , South Brunswick 1, New Provi-dece 4, Lenape Valley 4, Lower Cape May 3, Hautdongield 4, Madison Boro 4, Jefferson Twp. 5, West Orange 4, C. J. Scott 4, Gateway 4, Saddle Brook 4, prince-ton 4, Dover 3, Hillside 3, Manchester Twp. 3, Pt. Pleasant Boro 3, Bernards 3, Hopewell Valley 3, Rutherford 3, Short Red. 2, Buena 2. Peasantville 2, High Point 2, Tenafly 1, Red Bank 1, Waldwick 1, Rumson-Fair Haven 1, Haddon Two. 1, Audubon 1. rouo III 100-Yard Dash 1. Charles Rob. arts, Franklin Twp., :.; J. Don Harris, Monmouth Rag.. :0.i 3. Sieve Curry. Franklin Two.. :0 ; 4, Craig Lockett, weeouanic. :10 Ii 5, Edwin Garlic. Edgewood. .10.1. Two-Mile 1. John Timmens. Somerville. :30.3; 2. Ken Travis. Sollingswood. 9:35.1; 3, Kevin Lun-y. Long Branch, :34.s 4. Joe Veres, pniilipsbure. : 37.4 j 5. Mika Giano. Summit, 9:3a. 8. 120-Yard High Hurdles 1. Mike Blair, Franklin Two.. : 14.1 j 2.Craig Morris, Monmouth Reg.. :14.1; .1. Keith Lindlsev. Morris Hills. :1H: 4, Ken Thorpe. Indian Hills. : 1 4 3 ; 5, Tracy Conrov. Indian Hills, :14.4. High Jurrw 1. Marc Holland. Ocean Twp., 4- (group record, betters 4-', by Walt Young. Woodrow Wilson, 174); 2, Milt Goode. Mnn-mouth Reg., 4-4; 3. Mike Curti. Dumont, 4-4; 4, Olin Hester. Manas-qjan, 4-4; 5, Mike Richter, Ocean Two.. 4-2. Pole Vault 1. Mark Robb, Randoloh, 13-9; 2, Barrv Dresdner. Summit. 13-4: 3. Nick Frena. Bridgewater Raritan West. 1--4; 4. David Kaplan, Bndgewater-Raritan West, 13-4; 5, Sam Needbala. Carteret. 13. 3. Shot Put 1, Mike Rustemever. Carteret, 54-t; 2. Steve Seartose. Phillipsburg. 54-3; 3. David smitn. Freehold Two.. 54-2: 4. Kevin Lomax, Edgewood. 53-0: s. Charles Opdyke, Hanover Park. 52-3. 440-Yard Dash 1. John Bailey. Monmouth Reg.. :4I St 2. George Haves. Monmouth Reg.. :4v.O: 3. Tim Robinson Edgewood. :4V.i: 4. Steve Defernia. Westwood. :50.3; 5, Jack Arthur, Lincoln. :Sl.l. GET 1ST Discus 1. Mike Rustemever. Carteret. 149-11; 2. Charle- OPdvke Hanover Park. 143-11; 3. Paul Cro. mn, Indiana Hills. 15-7: 4. Bill Pearson, Miuuburn. 1S5-3: 5, Todd Eckerson, Old Tapoen. 153-1. Javelin 1, Mike Keves. Lone Branch, 204-4 ; 2. Dave Gvr. Bridoe-water-caritan West. 10-8: 3. Mike Barnett, Triton. 185-8: 4. Fanrk Blundetto. West Eassex. 1S5-4; 5. Jeff Law, Overbrook. 181-05. 330-Yard Intermediate Hurdles 1. Bob Dave, Lakewood. 4:3' tgrouo recor, betters :38.1 by Jim Little, Morrestown. 1974); 2. Mike Blair, Franklin Two., :38.1; i. Keith Lindsley. Morris Hills. :38 1 4, Tony Clavborn. Sterling. :38 8: 5, Mike Richer. Ocean Two.. :3 4. Long Jump 1, Milt Goode. Monmouth Reg., 22-5; 3, Don Jarvis. Indian Hills, 23-4' 4; 3. mv Bisloo, Emerson. 2J 1i: 4. Jess Henderson. Weequahic. 21-3'4; . Mark Anoe. lica, Indan Hlls. 31-1. . . 800-Yird Run I. Dave Latan-sky, Ramaoo. 1:57.7; 2, Ed Cren-shaw. Long Branch. 1:58 0 ; 3. rarvn Brown, Monmouth Reg . 54.; 4, Dave McMiihan Lincoln. 1:50: 5V Jim Gibbons. Summit. 1:5 2. 220-Yard Dash - 1. Greo Dur-iny. Long Branch. :21.7: 2. Steve Curry. Frankki Two..:22.0; SjRoti JameJ' Jone's"''EUdgewooa'.'' 5. Craig Lockett. Wequahic. :32.5 Mile Run 1. Guv Emmons. Marlboro. 4:11: 2. John McSr.v. Collingswood, 4:24.t 3. John Mur. taugb. Old Tappan. 4:24.0: 4. Mike Aiverese, Ramsev. 4:27.2: 5. Gary Kudwitt. Morris Hills. 4:301. Milt Relay 1. Monmouth (Steve Hogarth. Don Harris. George Hayes. John Bailev). 3:18,3 (?rouo record, belters 3:21. t by Engelweod, l7t 2. Weguahic. 3:23.8; 3. Lincoln, i:24 5 ; 4, Lakewood. 3:28 0: 5. ridgewater-Raritan west. 3:28.1 Team Scoring Monmouth Reg 0, Franklin Two. 23. Lone Branch 1. Carteret 13, Indian Hills 11, Uridgewattr-Rartian West 10. Wee. euanic 9. Edgewood 8. Pmihos-burg I. COMmgswood 8. Lakewood 8. Ocean Two. 8. Morris Hills 7. Randolph 4. Summit 4. Hanover Park 4. Somerville 4. Lincoln 4. Marlboro 4. Ramaoo 4, Old Tao-an 4, Freehold Twp. 1. Dumont 3. Emerson (union) 3. Manasaouan 2. Westwood 1. West Essex 2. Sterling 2, Ramsey 1. Millburn 2. Over-brook I. roup IV Shot Put I, George Scnbellito, Toms River North. 5-4: 2. Craig Dunn Montclair, StA't; 3, Mikt Gerciynski. Cherry Hill East. S7-5; 4. Phil Hertung. Columbia. 54-8; 5. Ed Knapp. Wayne Valley. 53-1. High Jump I, Dan Monchek. Piscatawav, 4-10' 4 (better group anl ail-graup record) 4-10 by Marc Holland. Willingboro. K77); 2. Piarre Courha Tnirn River South, 4-5; 3. Ed Harris, Willingboro, 4-4; 4. Felix Paililla, Trenton, 4-4; 5. Marshall OoMs, Neptune. 4-2. Two-Mil Run--1, Barney Cos-ttllo, Hundterdon Central. :1.8; 2, Henry Hernandei, Memorial. 414 7; ), John Eberle. Bergemieid. :25.7: 4. Davt Swatland. Columbia, :2 4; 5, Jeff Poor. Montclair. ;M !. . , . ..loo-Yerl Dash 1. Ron Smelttarv, Twcn Waolioik. i varies 3 Al Bias, Mem- Tremon, :0.4 (grouo record- bet-tare 17 hv Frank Rtldd. Asbury Park, 1958 and Bob Armstrong Or ange. 143 ; 2, Fig" Rtliy. vyesi- field, .09.7; 3, Westfield, :09.9i Willingboro, :ii ers. Snvder, 120-Yard Higl Ferson, Plamti Moore STivler, lev, Neptune, : Piscataway, :14. orial, :14.7. , . Long Jump 1, Lynn Johnson. Jackson Twp., 22-8; 2, Carl Lewis. Willingboro, 22-5V.; 3, , Charles Branch, Passic, 22-013; 4, Steva Fur-year, Montclair, 22-0"4,- 5, Joe Stevenson, Plainfield, 21-10V. 440-Yard Dash 1. Andre Law-son, Plainfield, :40.8; 1, Anthony Stont, Atlantic City, :4 0; 3, Dean Olawski, Kaarnev, :4.l: 4, Reggie Hurdle, Willingboro. :4.4; 5, Jeff Walters, Kennelv (Patersonl. :49.8. 330-Yard Intermediate Hurdles 1. Chris Person, Plainfield, :37.0i (ties group and all-group record by Ren-aldo Nehemiah, Scotch Plains. 197), 2, Tyrone Moore, Snyder, :3.4; 3, Marc Dickerson, Willingboro. :3B4; 4. Keith Sharper, Camden, :38.J; 5. Mark Ficke, piscataway, :38.7. 880-Yard Run 1, Aubrey Mc-KKhen, Trenton, 1:54.9; 2, Steven Chester. Cranforl, 1:54.1; J, Ray Ronoin, Toms River South. 1:54.5; 4, Tom Donahue, Raritan. 1:54 4: 5, Scott Duerr, Columbia, 1:54.4. javelin 1, Dave Farnsworth. Scotch plains, 223-4 : 2. Drew Forbes, Rancocas Valiev. 221-7; 3. " Dwayne Clark, Willingboro, 14-4; 4, Mike Raoooselli. pennsauken. 204-0; 5. John Rosello. Madison Central, 204-2. 220-Yard Dash 4. Butch Wool-folk. Westfield, .11 .1 (grouo and all-grup record, belters group rc-ord of :21.5 by Walt Loltlond. Woodrow Wilsn, l4t and Wooiroik In trials; betters all-group record of :21.1 by Charles Cooper, Pauls-1978); 2, Ron Singlelary Trenton, :21.4; 3. Carl Lewis. Willingboro. :21.8; 4, Derrell Jeff rest, Trenton. :22.0: I, Mikt Randolf. Neotune. :22.3. Discuss 1, Phil Hartung. Columbia, 177-J; 2, Brian Oalatri, Brick Two., 174-lU 3, Dave L ube. Fair-lawn. 171-10; 4, Archie Blrel, Toms River South, 143-9; 5. Bill Smith. Brick Two.. 150-5. Mil Run 1 Al Hardin, Millville. 4'17.3; 2, Al Srjlano, Memorial. 4:188; 3, Christian Likes, Toms River South. 4:19.4; 4. Fred Gore, Trenton. 4:20.2; 5, Derek Adamson. Mon clair, 4:20.4. Pole Vault 1. Bill Lang, Bridge-water-Raritan East. 15-2'i (grotm anl all-group record, belters 15-m bv Bill Hartley. Southern Regional 1975): 2. Tom liiHano. Morris Knolls. 15-2!'.; 3. Blake Jackson. Plainfield, 13-0; 4. Dan Rau. Highland. 13 0; 5, Errol Thompson. Camden. 130. Mile Relay 1, Treton (Fred Gore, Ron Sinoletarv, Aubrey McKithen. Darrell Jeffress). 3:14.7 (grouo and all-grnuo record, bet era grotto record of 3:19 8 bv Snyder. 1974; batters all-group record of 3:19.3 bv Smerville. 172): 2. piainrieiH. 3:13: 3, Piscatawav, 3:12.1; 4. WHingboro, 3:33.4; S. Camden. 3:4. Taam Scoring Trenton 78. Plain-field 74. uiilinghom 2. Cnlumhia 11. Toms River South 14. WesHiei-t 13. Cnlitmbi 11. Picatawav 4. Memorial . Montclair a Torn Bluer North 4. Jackson Twp 4. SrAtch plains 4, Hunrfterrlon Can-rat 4. P.r'dgewater-Partan Pa. Millville 4. Notun S Brirk T Atlantic C'tv 4. rarnrlee $. cran-orrl 4, Ranrtwas Vallav 4. Mort VnnM 4 Chwv Mill Eat 3. Par. enfietrl J. paalr 3. Kearnav 1. Fairlawn t. Pennatitran 7. Utah. lanH 1. parian 2, IFaranr-aflv (pat-rton) 1. Wayne Vallav 1. PAROCHIAL A at Eliiabeth 100 1, Darrell Ainslty. Notre Dame, 10.1; 2. Tim Gitmore. CBA; tr.hr. KAtilltarin C( tncanh'c tyKnti,. cnen. 220 1, Ainsley. Notre Dame. 22.4; 2, Monte Wyatt, Holy Spirit, 22 5; 3, Len Jones, Seton Hall, 22.7. 440 1, Dave Bailey, Holy Spirit, 50 2; 2, Tom Sheehan, CBA, 50.8; 3, Kevin McKeon, Bergen Catholic, J1.4. 880 1, Pete Casagrande. CBA, 1:57.1; 2, Dom Lunnanuova. CBA, 1:57.5; 3, John Malone,. Bergen Catholic, 1:57.5. Mile 1. Bill Leonard, Bergen Catholic, 4:17.4; 2, Lunanowva, CBA, 4:18 0; 3, Malone. Bergen Catholic, 4:19.8. Two Mile 1 Steve Biaotte Seton Hall 9:25.4; 2. Jack Lawrence, CBA. :21.7; 3, John Pap. St. loseph's Meluchen. 9:31.5. 120 Hurdles 1, George Martnez, Essex Catholic, 14.7; 2. Rcih Stewart, Don Bosoo; 3, Miguel Alvarei. ' Hudson Catholic. 330 Hurdles 1, Rick Ancona, Don Bosco, 3. 4; 2, Nigro. St. Joseph's MetuchM, 40.1; J, Stewar.l Don Bosco, 40.5. Lang Jump 1, David Harrell, Notre Dame. 1-1H; 3. Jim Moran. Paramus Catholic. 2m 3, Tony Alexander, Seton Hall. 19-73,. High Jump 1, Jeff Upshw. Essex Cathohc. 4-4; 1. Mike Shanks, Essex Catholic. 4-4; 3, Steve Dris-coll. CBA, 4-4. Shot Put 1. Mike Maggioncalda, Holy Cross. 53-4; 2, Matt Bauer, Don Bosco. 52-4: 3, Ken Thomore, St. Joseph's Metuchen, 52-lVi. Discus 1, Matt Bauer. Don Bosco, 144-5; 2, John Collins. St. Joseph Metuoiien. 145-4; 3. Bill Kokoszka. CBA, 141 4. Javelin 1, Mike Collins, Don -Bosco. 211-1; 2. Kokoszka, CBA 14-9; 3. Mike Rocket, CBA. M4-I. Pole Vault 1, Pat Gannon, paramus Catholic, 12-4; 2, Jim Ktrbv. Paramus Catholic, 12-3; J, (tie) Carlos Fonseca, St. Joseph's Metuchen and Dave Karatck, CBA, 11-4. Mi'e Relay I, Christian Bros (Withers, Sheeban. G assert, and Ca- Mgrande). 3:24.2; 2, Seton Halt. 3:24 i; 3. Holy Spirit, 3:27.1. Team Scoring CBA 52 5, Don wsco 34, Essex Catholic 14, St. Aseph's Meluchen 22.5, Seton Hall Notre Dame 18, Bergen Catholic. V Paramus Cahtolic 14, Holy Spirit Hot? Cross, i, Roselle Catholic Red lank Catholic and Hudson thoir '3. Camden Catholic and fristPaul VI (Haddonfitldl and PAROCHIAL B at Eliiabeth 100 1. Jeff Hold St., Benedicts. 10.2; 2, Dan Edward., OL Valley; 3, Dave Ryan, Bishop Eustace. 220 I, Hollis, St. Benedicts, 23.1; 2, Edwards, OLVallty, 23.3? 3. John O'Brien, St. John Vianntv, 23.4. 440 1. Ed Traverso, Pope Pius, SM; 2, Mark Pinetta, St Josephs Toms River, 52.0; 3, Bob DeCandia. St. John Viannev. 52.4. 880 1, Bo Bongo, Morris Catholic, 1:5 2; 2, Art Manlane. Bishop Euslace, 1:598; 3, James Planf, Gloucsleer Cahtolic, 1:59 . Mile John Gtrnert. Morris Catholic. 4:23.3; 2, Jim Doran. St. Mary's Rutherford. 4:24.2; 3, Plant, Gloucester Catholic, 4:27.9. . Two Mile 1, Tonv B4rberio, Morris Catholic. :30.5; 1 John Hearon, St. Peters (NBI, 9:40.13. Tony Amabile, St. Joseph's Toms RilV20r" Hurdles - 1 Bob McAdam, Queen of Peace. 15.5; 2. Dave Melfj, Queen of Peace; 3, Gary Slowdow-ski. Queen of Peace. 330 Hurdles - 1, Slodowskl, Queen of Peace, 4r.O; 2, Al Ulman. St. Thomas Aouians, 41.2; 3, Greg Vale-si. St. John Vianney, 41.4. Long JuitVp - 1, Oral avne.Pat-arson Cahtolic. 21-10; 2, John Hoag-land, St. Peters (NB), 20-4; 3, David Tull. Gloucester Calholio, 2.- High Jump - 1, Oral Payne, Payne. Paterson Catholic. 4-4; 2, Tom Broderick, St. John Vianney, $-10; 3, Ed Vieriiw, St. Thomas Aqu- '"shotput - . Jrm Morrison, Mor-rs CatMic. 51-U.; .3, Art Lmares, Immaculate Conception, -li 3, Jo More, Bishop Eustace, 48-1. Discus 1, Jo DeMeo, Bishop Eustace. 143-2; 1, Morrison. Morns Catholic: 140-5; 3, Sttvt Jenktn. Immaculalt "J",n'l'JV,,0i. rj Javelin 1. Tom Healy. Queen 01 Peace) 1B-5; 2, Chuck D'Etio, St. John Vianney, IM ! John Mt-Cann, Wildwood, Catholic, ' Pole Vault - 1. Brtan Puder, Morris Catholic, ll-'rt; !'-.E..YS2' Bishop Eustaoe, 11-0; 3, Con- "MilfTela? - "MorV Catholic (L.Chanc.7 F.rotton, Here., Bongo), 3:33.21 J, POP John, 3:35.5, 3, Our Lady of Valley, 3:34 8. Ttanr Scores - Morris Calhol 48. Queen of Peace 34, Bishop Eustace 23, St. John Vianney 19. Our Lady of Valley 14, Patersor 1 Catho-he 14, SI. Benedicts 12, Gloucester C atholic HI . St. Thomas immaculate Concplton , ope John 8 5. Pop Pius and St. Pa'" NB) V sHoseohs Tom, River, St. Marys Rutherford 4, Wildwooo Catholic 3. Bavlev-Ellard 2. NJSIAA GTRLS CHAMPS. At Jackson Tw. HS GROUP 1 110-yard low hurdles Vl Green, Woodbury, 14-7; 100-vard " -Lori Lewis. Woodbury. V''-ViTJi run Ann Gladue, Bayly Ellard. 11:13.3; 400-yard dash-Lorl Lwts, Woodbury, 57.1; 220-yart Ush -Lorl Ltwit, Woodbury, 24.8; M0-yard run Michel Rage. Bayley Ellard, 1:20.7; mile run Joanne Sokol, West Merrii Mount Oliv, 5;14.3) mil rlav St. Josephs, Torn River Pules. Ritchie, Kel-man. Ciuba), 4:04.1. Shot put Emma Paintr. Clayton, 40-8; discus throw Noretn Vtlten, Palisade Park, 114-4; jaw- tin throw Jean Wohlgemuth, Bayley Ellard, 13-0; Ion tump Anna Stewart, Glassboro, 17-JV.; land Park, 5-4." GROUP 110-yard hurdles Margie Nar-done, Bernards. 14.4; 100-yard dash Kathy Rankins. Haddon Heights, II. I; 2-mile rui Laura Faloi. Saddle Brook, 11:31.2; 440-yard dash Teri Dm Bek, Hawthorne, 55.7; 220-yard dash Michelle Morgan, Vailsburg, 24.0; 880-yard dash Phyllis Graves, Vailsburg, 2:15.0; mil run Cathy Ston, Vernon, 5:15.1. Shot put Marie Faeth, Metuchen, 40-4: discus throw Cindy Garbe, Ruttterford. 114-4; iavelin throw Sua Newman, Red Bank, 125-2; long lump Kathy Rankins, Haddon Heights, 17-10 -1; high jump Karen Hatcheft. Lawrence, 5-4. GROUP t 110-yard low hurdles Denis Taylor, Red Bank Catholic, 13.; 100-yard dash . Leoia Toomer, Edgewood, 10.9; mil run Moni-ue purceH. Holy Spirit. uutn Jersey record) .10:54.7. 4r.yard dash Carol Willis. Paul VI. M0-vard dash Leoia Toomer. Eos. wood. 25.2: 80-yard run Sue O'Connet, Millburn. 2:17.5: milt run Doreen Startare. Paul VI. 5:07.8 (South Jersey record) Shot put Cindy Patrick. North Brunswick. 40-3; discus throw Nichellt Buschke. ParsiPoanv Hill. 121-1; iavelin throw Judv Ma-dea, Monmouth. 124-4: long tump Ann Bair. Morris Catholic. 17-2 4ki high lump - Karen Krawlet. Boon-ton. 5-7. GROUP 4 Team leaders (after 12 events) Columbia 17, Willtnabore 12, Tm River North 12. Berrmger 12, Pennsauken U. Other South Jersey teams Camden 11. Kennedy 4. Toms River South 3, Rancece Vat-ley 3, Highland 3. Woodbury wins a 7th group title Herd's 32 points beat Point Pleasant Beach By Doug Hadden Sotciat to Th 7ntrr SOUTH PLAINFIELD, N. J.-"Woodbury High is definitely a school of front-runners in all sports. If they get down or get behind, they fall apart. It's my job as coach to bring them together and make the kids believe." So said the Woodbury track coach, Howard Staeger. Staeger did his job successfully for the seventh straight time at the NJSIAA state championship meet yesterday, leading a small but talented Herd squad to yet another Group One team title. Willingboro was beaten in Group Four by Trenton and Planf ield; Asbury Park captured Group Two, and Monmouth Regional prevailed in the Group Three competition. Woodbury's championship was by the slimmest margin of the seven titles, scoring 32 points to beat Point Pleasant Beach by one point and Penns Grove by six, and not sealing the outcome until Pat McCaffrey matched his career best pole vault of 13 feet, 9 inches for second place a full hour after the rest of the meet had ended. Junior Keith Washington won the long jump at 22 feet, IVi inches and the 440 in 50.2 seconds and anchored the Herd's winning 3:26.7 mile relay. Dick Caton, another junior, placed second in both the 880 (1:55.1) and mile (4:22.1) to Point Pleasant Beach's John Regan (1:54.2, 4:18.3), and Bill Pendleton earned an important point with fifth place in the 440. "We had a pretty rough dav of it," Staeger said. "We don't have the type of depth team to win by 20 or 30 points anymore. Last year, we had to win the mile relay to beat Roselle Park, but this was the closest. "I wrote down t h e number of points we'd get before the meet and signed it. I said 33, and I also said Penns Grove would get 24 (Penns Grove had beaten Woodbury by 18 in last week's sectionals). I gotta give Keith all the credit in the world because he had a bad cold, but still had three firsts. He's a helluva competitor." Washington had not trained since being taken sick on Thursday, but got off his winning long jump on his final effort after fouling on two previous attempts. He then left the pit, and ran a 50.5 440 trial, and admitted to "really hurting, but I had to put out because I was behind." In other Group One highlights. South Jersey hurdlers took 1-2-3 in the 120 highs with Penns Grove's Rodney Wise (14.3) and Ed Ross (3rd), and Bordentown's Joe Win-ningham (14.4). Palmyra sprinters Butch Birkhead (10.0) and Derek Holloway (22.5) got firsts, and Burlington Township's Alan Cngnigni took the 330 hurdles in 38 9, catching Manchester's Oscar Valmon at the tape when Valmon hit the final hurdle. Haddonfield sophomore Jim Smith, Pauisboro sprinter Charles Cooper, and Williamstown's Derek Frazier and John Marino were the area standouts in Group Two. Smith picked up a 103.5-dcgree fever last Sunday by picking up what he called "the spotless measles." He rested for three days, then came back to win the state race in 9:20.2, pulling away from Gateway's Mike Mantini (9:27.1) on the final lap. Cooper , set an all-group record in the 220 of 21.3, but the mark lasted until the Group Four final when Westfield's Butch Woolfolk blazed to a 21.1. Earlier, .Cooper had been a victim of a false start in the 100 final, eliminating him from the event. For Williamstown, Frazier launched the best discus throw of his career and fourth best ever in South Jersey, reaching 172 feet, 1 inch. The 6-foot, 200-pound senior, headed to Gloucester County College in the fall, also placed fifth in the shot put (50-8), and his teammate Marino won the mile in 4:19.7. "I stopped lifting (weights) half- way through the season, and it helped my flexibility when I did," said Frazier explaining his recent sudden improvement. "I haven't got a style in the shot put that I can use my strength with, but our coach (Bob Fuller) threw the discus when he was going to our school, and he has helped a lot." Marino, who won the state indoor mile title in 1Q77. but missed last year's outdoor meet with an injury, was anything but confident about yeaterday's race. South Jersey had no Group Three champions, but Collingswood's Ken Travis (9:35.1) was second in the two-mile, his teammate John McShay was runnerup in the mile (4:24.91, and third places were posted by Edgewood quarter-miler Tim Robinson (49.1), and Triton javelin thrower Mike Barnett (185-8). Willingboro failed to produce a champion in Group Four, as Carl Lewis settled for a second in the long jump (22-5Mi), fourth in the 100. and third in the 220, (21.8). Marc Dickerson was eliminated from the high hurdle final with a false start, and was third in the 330's at 38.6. The feature event of the Group hired out to be the javelirr. Scotch Plains' Dave Farnsworth won at 223-6, Rancocas Valley's Drew Forbes was second at 221-7, and Willing-boro's Dwavne Clark took third at 216-4. 1'

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