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30 COURIER-POST, CHERRY HILL, N.J. Tuesday, May 30, 1978 Continued from Page 2$ Groyp. 19691, 7 Kerry Davenport, Penmville. 145 ?. 3 Gilbert Curry, Pleasantville. '-. Gary Bart-rtt. Gateway. UM. 5 Bob Stowe. Pt Pleasant Boro. 39-9 Javehn- I Jeff Berry. Haodoi,-tield. l'SIO. ? Mark Kramarj. Burlmaton in-?; 3 Bi" Barnett. Witliarrntown. 167-3. 4, Rich Moule. Maple Shane. 161-6; 5. Dean Williams. Audubon. 1SS-3 HJ-I Matt Berker, Pt. Pleasant Btro.6-4.? Keith Brown. Salem. M. 3 l.irtJarob.NorthemBurlco.6-2; 4. j.m Conterino, Clearview, 6-0. S Scott Craig. Audubon. 6-0 PV- I Dan Woifitt. Paulsboro. t? 6. 2 Keith Phillips. Pt. Pleasant Boro, 11 6. 3 Brian Avis. Delsea. 116. 4 Garry B'ttie. Haddon Htv. ! ' . S Ray Bartlett. Delran. 110 GROUP 3 Edgewood 44, Collingswood 33, Sterling 2: ;. Overbrook 22, Moores-town 31, Wastanqtwt Twp 16, lakewood IS-.. West Depttord II. Lenape 7, Ocean City 4 Cherokee S. Oepttord ' . Eastern 3. Woodrow Miison 3. Triton 2, Mainland I i(jr. i Jim Jones Ertqewood, 104 . 2 Curt Mickles. Sterling, 10 7 j Jim Gordon, Uvooorow Wilson '0 7 4 Ed Garlic, Edgewood. 10 8, S. Mark Riches, Cherokee. 10 8 2701 J-m Jones. Edqewood, 22 4; ? CurtWickles, Sterling, 22 7. 3 Tim Robinson. Edqewood, 22 9; 4 Carl Tanksiey, Washington Twp . 23,0, V Ed Garlic. Edgewood. 23.2 440- .1 Tim Robinson. Edgewood. SO 2 2 Matt Kerno. Cherokee. SI 4. 3 Carl Tanksiey, Washington Twp , 1 l. 4 Gary Smith, West Depttord, 52 6 S Enc Johnson, Lenape. S3 2 8B01 ArnoHoppe. Sterling, 2 02. ? Brian Flinn, Lenape, 2 02 4 ; 3 Dave Bello, Washington Twp . 2 0,11. 4 John McShay. Codings wood. 2 04.2 . 5 Mike Short. Over-brook 2 04 3 M'fe I John McShay, Coilmgs wood 4 27, 2 Terry Delaney. Voorestown, 4 28 , 3 Gene Doyle, V.oorestowr, 4 30, 4 Ken Travis, Collingswood,4 318, S. Pat Attrams, - Washington Twp , 4 35 4 1 mile-t Gene Oovie- Moores- town. 9 40 9; 2 Mark Miller Col . linqswood, 9 43 8 . 3. Ken Travis, rollingswood. 9 52 . 4 9 52 7 . 4 Terry De'aney. Moorestown, 9 57 9. S Tom Smith. Mainland. 10.00 4 hh I Ci'tt Brown. Lakewood. ISO 2 Anthony Harrison, Over-brook. 15 1, 3 Stan Loma. Over brook. 15 1, 4 Tony Clayborp, Sterling, 15 1; S. Brad Larktn. Edgewood, 15 4 IM I Bob Dave Lakewood. 38 6, 2 Tony Ciayborn, Sterling. 39 5 . 3 Kpvm Brooks. Moorestown, 39 7. 4, Dwayne Jordan, Edqewood, 40,2, S Brad Larkm, Edgewood, 40.3 Relay i Edgewood fTony . MfCann. Andre Cooper. Mike Shep- paro. Tim Robinson 3:298, 2 - Sterling, 3 30 6 , 3 Lakewood. 3:32 2, 4 Washingion Twp. 333 7 ; 5. 1 Depttord 3 34 3 Shot-i Kevin Loma Edgewood. 54 3- 2 Matt Sobieski Washington Twp 51-1 ?. i Charles Williams. Ocean City. 49-4; 4. Dave DiMattia, Lenape. 49-2. S. Bruce Orinski, Washington Twp., 49-0' ? Discus 1. Del) Okorodudu, West Oepttord, 143-3; 2- Kevin Lomax, Edqewood. 142-11; 1 Bob Maier, Eastern, 13211. 4. Pal Lubin. Moorestown, 130-11; 5. (tie) Mark tmpagliazzo. Ocean City, and Ken Pollinqer. Lakewood, 129-9 Javelin -1. Ron Sing, Overbrook, 186 5, 2 Jeff Lew, Overbrook, 171 3; 3. Shane Paynter. West Oepttord, 168-6; 4 Mike Barnett, Triton, 166-10. 5 Chris Saivaterra. Moorestown, 165-4 HJ1. Chris Poolaski. CoHings-wood. 6-2; 2. Jim Petruz7i. Collings-wood, 6-2.3. Steve Gilltn. Ocean City, 6-0, 4. (tie) Greg Collins. Depttord, and Leon Rowe. Sterling, 6-0 PV 1. Jim Petruzii, Collinqs-wood 11-6, 2 Bob McKelvey. Overbrook, ll-O; 3. Ray Pitts. Depttord, 10-6; 4. Keith Hanker. Sterling. 10-6. S. (noplace) GROUP 4 Wtlltnqboro 42, Toms River North 32, Toms River Sooth IS, Camden 20 ;, Rancocas Valley It, Brick 17, Millville 14, Highland II1?, Atlantic City a. Cherry West I. Vmeland 4, Pennsauken 4. Jackson 4. Cherry East 4, Kennedy 2, Absegami 2, southern 1 100-1. Carl Lewis, W'llinqboro, 10 2. 2 Clement Leslie, Millville, 10 3, 3. R-ch Shannon, Atlantic City, 10 3. 4 Ai Harvin, Willingboro, 10.6, 5 Bill Jackson, Camden, 10 6 220 1. Carl Lewis, Willingboro, 22 3; 2. Selwyn Watson, Cherry West. 22 3; 3 Bill Jackson, Camden. 22 3 . 4 Clement Leslie, Millville, 22.5; 5. Ray Jones, Kennedy. 22 S J40-I. Bob Cottrell, Toms River Worth, 49.4.- 2. Reggie Hurdle. Willinqooro, 49.8; 3. Anthony Stone. Atlantic City. 50 2; 4. Ouincy Vaughn. Willingboro, 51 0; 5 Paul Tatarian, Toms River North, SI .8 8801. Ray Roncin. Toms River Soulh.l S68. 2 Sam Myer, Camden. I 57 8; 3 Mark Dolan, Toms River Norih. I 580; 4 Glen Livingston. Tom-, River South. 1-58.0; 5. Mike Benson, Toms River South, 1;S8 9 ,ie 1 At Hardm. Millville, 4 21 8. 2. Mark Strucko. Rancocas valley. 4 22 7 3 Christian Likes. Toms River South. 4 23 9 . 4. Bryan Stewart, Toms River North. 4-24 5, 5 Dirk Smith. Brick. 4 26 2 2-mile 1. Mark Strucko. Ranco-ras Valley. 9:25 5; 2 Jim Flynn. Toms River North, 9 36 3; 3 Jerry Andrews. Highland, 9-38.1; 4. Bob Santanello. Toms River North, 9 41.6. S. Steve Thompson, Brick. 9 47 1 HH 1 Marc Dickerson, Willing-boro, 14 S. 2 Lynn Johnson, Jackson Twp ,14 5,3. Randy Smith. Camden. 14 6, 4. Mark Tankersley, Rancocas Valley. 14.9; 5. Dino Stephens, , Camden, 14 9 in-1 Lance Sherrer, Vineiand, 38 2 Igroup record, old 39.1 by Joe Bonelli, Toms River North, 197S, and Oave Still, Pennsauken, 1977); 2. Wlarr Dickerson, Willinqhoro, 38.2; 3. Keith Sharper, Camden, 39.4; 4. Larry Perry. Toms River North, 39 6, 5 JimHandschuch.TomsRivec South. 39 9 Relay I . Toms River North (Mike Jones. Paul Tartarian, Craig Perry, Bob Cottrell) 3:22.1 (ties meet record by Rancocas Valley. 1976); 2. Willingboro, 3 22.1. 3. Camden. 3 22.4 ; 4. Atlantic City. 3:27.2. S. Kennedy. 3 27 6 Shot 1 George Scribetlito, Toms River North, 57 94; 2. Mike Gorc-fynski. Cherry East. SA-S'-it; 3. Brian Dalatri, Brkk. 55-4; ..... o 4. Bill Smith. Brick. 5U; S. Archie Bird, Toms River South, 50-5 Oiscus I. Brian Dalatri, Brick Twp., 166-6; 2. Archie Bird, Toms River South, 155-U; 3. Ray Horsey. Millville. 151-2; 4. Chuck Spinner, Willingboro, 148-1; S. Bill Smith, Brick, 147-2 Javelin I. Drew Forbes. Ranro. cas Valley. 207 1 ; 2 Mike Rapposelli. Pennsauken, 19111; 3. J J Schaltz. Brick Twp., 182-4; 4. Gordon Biers-chenk, Pennsauken, 179-1; 5. Stan Taylor. Millville. 178-1 HJ1 EdHarris, Willingboro, 6-4; 2 Pierre Souchet, Toms River South. 6-2; 3 Paul Bush. Toms River South. 6-2: 4. Terry Roberts. Absegami.6-2. S. Dan Rodman, Southern, 6-2 PV-1 DsnRau Hiqhland. 12-6:2 Dan Kelly. Cherry West, 12-0. 3. (tie) John Kelly. Highland, and Errol Thompson, Camden. 12-0; S Marco D'Ottavie. Absegami, 11 -6 Knights of Columbus Holy Cross S4i i. Holy Spirit 51' ?, Paul VI 43. Gloucester Cath. 42, Camden Catholic 4), Gloucester Catholic 24, Bisnop Eustace 14, St. Joe's (TR) 4 1001. Vince Adkins. Camden Cam, 11.0; J. Oave Ryan. Bishop' Eustace, 11.0; 3. Matt Thompson, Paul VI, 11 0; 4. Mark Henderson, Camden Cath., 11.2; 5. John Shirk, Bishop Eustace, II J 2201. Monte Wyatt, Holy Spirit. 23.0. 2. Bob Mullen. HolyCross. 23.7. 3. Vince Adkins. Camden Cath., 23.9; 4 Mark Henderson, Camden Cath., 24 6; S. John Shirk, Bishop Eustace. 26 1 4401. Dave Bailey, Holy Spirit, 52 6 ; 2. Tom Bariglio. Paul VI, 53 5; 3. Adn Andy Lacdvara, Holy Spirit. 53.9; 4. Greg Branch. Camden Cath., 54.6; 1 Mike Murphy. Paul VI. S5.2 8801 Blase Sharkey. Holy Cross. 2-01 9; 2. Dave Depman. Holy Cross, 2 02 2; 3 Tom Cody. Paul VI. 2:03 7; 4 Dave Bailey, Holy Spirit, 2:04 9; S. Mike Browoleit, Gloucester Cath., 2:09? Mile 1. Jim Plant, Gloucester Cath . 4:31 3; 2. John Gebharl, Holy Cross. 4:39 9; 3. Tim Nichter, Camden Cath., 4:41.9; 4. Chris Burns.CamdenCalh, 4 43.8; S. Mike Burns,CamdenCath..4:S1.4 2-mile 1. Tony Amabile. St. Joe's. 51 6: 2. TomCody. Paul VI, 10: 11.2; -3. Jim Plant, Gloucester Cath., 10:12.4; 4. Dave Depman, Holy Cross, 10: 29 9; 5. Lou lacapone. Holy Cross. 10:36.8 HH-1 Bill Rice. Paul VI, 15 4; Dave Tull, Gloucester Cath., 15 4; 3. Jetf Corcoran. Paul VI, 15.6.4 Terry Schoenborn, Holy Cross, 15.9; S. Joe Domanski, Camden Cath., 16.0 IH I Monte Wyatt, Holy Spirit. 42 2; 2. Greg Branch. Camden Cath., 42 6. 3. Jeff Corcoran. Paul VI, 44.1; 4. Joe Domanski, Camden Cath., 44.3; S. Brian Canulli, Holy Cross. 45.9 Relay I. Holy Spirit (Monte Wyatt, Bob Morgan, Andy Lacovara. Oave Bailey) 3:32.7; 2. Holy Cross. 3:35.7; 3. Paul VI. 3:43.4. 4. Camden Cath., 3:43.8; S. Bishop Eustace. 3:47.7 Shot 1. Mike Magqioncolda. Holy Cross. 51 i i i. Charles Beirne, Holy Spirit, 48-5'i; 3. Mike FeriOzri. Camden Cath., 48-5; 4. Joe More. Bishop Eustace, 46-8; 5. Tom Con langelo. Holy Cross, 46-2 Discus I. Mike Feriozzi, Camden Cath.. 141-i. 2. Joe DIMeo, Bishop Eustace, 140-10; 3. Mike Maggion-colda. Holy Cross. 140-9; 4. Marc Formica, Holy Spirit, 126-9; 5. Terry Schoenborn, Holy Cross, 120-1 javelin I. Charles Wimeerg, Holy Spiril, 1S8-11; 2. Greg Ross, Gloucester Cath., 158-2; 3 Tim Schoenborn, Holy Cross. 155-8; 4 Mike Feriozzi. Camden Cath.. 152-0; 5. Phil Gallagher. Holy Cross. 1504 HJ1 Terry O'Donnell, Paul VI, 6-0; 2. (tie) Ed O'Brien. Holy Cross, and Charles Randolph. Holy Spirit. 5-10; 4. Monte Wyatt, Holy Spirit. 5 10; 5 Dave Petitta. Camden Cam., S-8 L J 1 Oave Tull. Gloucester Cath, 31-l'i; 2. Terry O'Donnell, Paul VI, 20-8; 3. Mart Thompson, Paul VI, 20-Xi; 4. Claiborne, Holy spirit, 20-1; S. Saguil, Bishop Eustace, 19-4 PV 1. Ken Lisewski, Holy Cross, 12-0; 2. Mike Delgais, Holy Cross, 114; 3. Steve Coruari, Holy Spirit, 11-0 High School Girls SJ Sectionals GROUP 4 Toms River North 48, Camden 37, Toms River South 30, Willingboro 21' ,. Kennedy 17, Jackson Twp. 14. Brick Twp. 15, Pennsauken 10. Cherry Hill West I, Highland t. Central Regional 5, Rancocas Valley 5, Southern Regional 2. Pemberton 100 i Michelle Glover. Pennsau ken. II 0 'qroup record: old. II 2. Paulette Hacketl. Bridgeton. 1977). 2 Nelson, Camden, 11.6; 3. Anders. Jackson, 11 6; 4. Duffy. Toms River North, 11 7; S. Minor, Rancocas Valley. 11.7 2201. Pat Dunfap, Camden, 24.3 (group record; old, 25.5, Dunlap, 1976) ; 2 Glover. Pennsauken, 24.7, 3. Nelson, Camden. 26.2; 4 Walls. Camden. 26.5; 5. Duffy, Toms River North. 26.6 4401. Lorefta Thompson. Camden. 59 2 ; 2. Simpson, Camden. 59 3. 3 Daniels. Highland, 9.6; 4. You-mans. Brick, 60.2; 5. (tie) Godbolt, Pemberton, 60.6 and Smith, Willingboro, 60.6 8801 Kathy Siolie. Kennedy, 2 17 1 (group record; old. 2:214. Donna Cuddlnton, 1976); 2. Mutone. Toms River South, 2:22. S; 3. Cancel, Toms River South, 2:22.8; 4. Smyth. Toms River North, 2:23.6; 5. Wright, Cherry Hill West. 2:24.9 Continued on Page 31 Quakers net place in books Mike Easi top-seeded in W. Jersey Seniors Defending champion Mike Easi, Hi-Point Racquet Club of Philadelphia, has been top-seeded fortheWest Jersey Seniors tennis tournament. The annual event is slated to start tonight with a field of 32 at the Haddon Field Club, Haddonfield. 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Hegel, who won the high-point award for women in the Middle Atlantic AAU championships last March, will compete for the East squad. She will go on to participate in the Fidelity Federal Open championships in Greenville June 2-4. PRINCETON Moorestown High School's tennis team has earned a place in South Jersey scholastic sports history. The Quakers did it here Saturday when they became the first boys' squad from the area to win a public school sectional crown in the NJSIAA tournament. Moorestown, sparked by strong performances from its two doubles teams, won Group 3 honors by beating Northern Highland, 3-2, in a semifinal and Millburn by the same score in the final. The triumph earned the Quakers a spot in Monday's all-group semifinals. There Coach Bill Kingston's team had its hope of additional glory dashed when it dropped a 3-2 verdict to Group 2 champ Bernards. West-field, the Group 4 champ, then beat Bernards, 4-1, for the public schools title. Moorestown Friends, which last week won its second straight state Parochial B crown, also went down to defeat, bowing to Parochial A kingpin Christian Brothers Academy, W), in the title test. Westfield will play Christian Brothers for the overall state crown Wednesday. In Group 1 action Saturday, Penns Grove stopped Cresskill, 3-2, in a semifinal then bowed to Glen Ridge, 4'2-i2. in the final. Cherry Hill West, in Group 4, and Gateway, in Group 2, both lost semifinal outings. Jim Garaventi and Brian Stork, in the No. 1 doubles spot, along with the No. 2 unit of Erkki Adourian and Ross Epstein went unbeaten in all three of their matches to spark Moorestown. It was Petroff, however, who clinched the victory over Northern Highlands. Petroff, a senior transfer from Florida who plays No. 3 singles, rallied from a 2-1 deficit in the final set to win five straight games in beating Vic Fiorvante. 6-7, 6-3, 6-2. Garaventi and Stork picked up the deciding point against Millburn by rallying to sweep through two' straight sets after losing the first. With their triumphs, Adourian and Epstein remained unbeaten as a team for the campaign. Things look good for the future too. Dave Hobson, No. 1 singles player and a veteranfrom last year's team which reached the Group 3 final, Petroff and Stork are the only seniors on the team. Adam Dakin, in No. 1 singles, and Scott Smith, in the No. 3 spot, both were handed their initial setbacks of the season as Moorestown Friends had a 16-match winning streak ended ended in the parochial championship test. CBA also beat Moorestown in the final a season ago. ' li V V 8ir if jm 9. 3 a B5all5aO 1 ineriaemyreoera upencnampiu..- ended in the parochial championship IK " S snips m ureenvn.ejuiie. test. CBA also beat Moorestown in the K7I 1 1 "fSi I 33 lirlS p! Saturday fk M 1 :PosJ 2pm : j iLr-x Less ,han on hour from the Walt Whitman Bridge. ft Cl JiSS5? 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