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LOCAL SPORTS SUNDAY, MAY 21, 1989 BATTLE CREEK ENQUIRER 5D J altegabeir a sparkplug .at WRJU Local baseball By AL PALMERI Staff Writer Brian Saltzgaber has had to go through more than his share of adjustments as he progressed through Tekonsha High and Kellogg Community College en route to Western Michigan University. But they have all been worthwhile for the junior right fielder, a key member of Western's MidAmerican Conference championship team. Saltzgaber's contributions helped WMU win its first outright MAC baseball crown since 1967. "He's had a great year both offensively and defensively," Western Michigan University Coach Fred Decker said. Saltzgaber batted leadoff this season as the Broncos rolled to a 23-6 MAC record. Through 51 games, he. was hitting .337, with 66 hits, including five home runs, five triples and seven doubles.. Saltzgaber also scored 55 runs, which is the second highest single-season total in WMU history, behind teammate Bob Reimink (59). Saltzgaber said his role on the team was to simply "get things started." He said he was comfortable with the leadoff position because that's where he has batted the last two summers in the Battle Creek City League.' It hasn't been an easy transition for Saltzgaber, who has bounced, around to several different positions. He started as a pitcher, catcher and shortstop at Tekonsha and played mostly shortstop and third base at KCC. Western recruited him as a shortstop and he hit a disappointing .240 last year. golf Tuesday Pros, May 16 I At Maple Hills Golf Course , Low Gross Ann Lockwood 52, Paula Higgins 54, Carol Healy 54. ' Low Net Ann Lockwood 31 Carol Healy 34. Low Putts Carol Healy 17, Ann Lockwood 18, , Paula Higgins 19. Twenty Oaks League, May 17 At Oakland Hills Golf Course Low Gross: Jean Miller 47, Mary Jo Stanton 48, . Marilyn Sherman 50. " Low Net: Marilyn Sherman 32, Doris Bunch 34, Audry Keogle 34, Jean Miller 34. Low Team Net: BivensSherman 72, Miller-' Hoedeman 73, BunchWall 75. Grand Trunk Retirees, May 12 ' At Oakland Hills Golf Course Low Gorss: Jim Price 81, Charlie Horn 84, Paul Metters 84, Ed Bohannon 86, Dick Campbell 86, Al Haywood 87, Joe Pultorak 88, Leo Lang 89, Harold Chapman 90, R.D. Smith 90, Brownie Duryee 92, Jerry Rupel 92, Stu Mason 93. : Low Net: Campebell 68, Charlie Horn 68, Pul-- torak 69, Chapman 70, Duryee 70, Don Horn 70, Price 70, Metters 71, Ed Rose 71, Rupel 73, Ivan Wilbur 73, Haywood 75, Al Herr 76, R.D. Smith 76, , Bob Cull 77, Lang 77, Theron Stults 77. Thursday Night Ladies, May 11 At Binder Park Golf Course Low Gross Lenn Thompkins 46, Velma Adams prep Times and distances were compiled from meets called in throughout the season. Performances marked (c) are conversions of times for equivalent distances on metric tracks. boys Shot City: 44-0 Bruce HampsoaB.C Central; 43-11 Steve Rop, Pennfield; 43-10 Don English, B.C Central . Area: 50-1'A Todd Mole, Quincy; 49-5 Chad Murphy, Hastings; 49-3 Marty Parshall, Delton Discus ' City: 133-414 - Kevin Geesin, St. Philip; 132-4 -? Lorenzo Marshall, B.C. Central; 127-9'A - Albert Hampton, B.C Central Area: 145-4 Chad Murphy, Hastings; 141-0 Jim Sutton, Union City; 139-6 Dave Stempien, Quincv ' High Jump . City: 6-8 Lorenzo Marshall, B.C. Central; 6-4 Chris Cretsinger, Pennfield; 6-3 Darius Bass, B.C Central v. Area 6-4 Andy Schorfhaar, Coldwater; 6-3 . Jason Howiond, Gull Lake; 6-3 Dan Peterson, . Homer; 6-2 David Clouse, Hastings; 6-2 Mike Clemenson. Quincy . Long Jump ! City: 22-3 - LaShon Miller, B.C Central; 22-1 . Patrick Dreams, B.C Central; 21-4V4 Lor- - enzo Marshall, B.C Central , Area 20-4 Tracy Grudenich, Bellevue; 20-1 - Ken Hovt, Homer; 2O0 Joe Farkas, Bellevue ! Pole Vault . City: 12-9 - Rvan Hardy, St. Philip; 11-6 - . Chris Coolev, Pennfield; 11-6 Graham Smith, St. Philip; 11-0 - David Noble, Lakeview; 11-0 -Scott Huff, B.C Central; 11-0 - Kevin Stansbery, Harper Creek Arer 13-10 Pete Hauschild, Hastings; 13-6 Jim Lenz, Hastings; 13-0 Andy Schorfhaar, Coldwater Two-Mile Relay . City: 8:42.1 - B.C. Central (c); 8:43.1 - Lake- - view (c); 8:43.6. Horper Creek (c) Areo: 850.3 - Olivet; 831.0 - Homer (c); 8:51.2 ' - Union City tc) High Hurdles City: 149 - Darius Bass, B.C. Central; 15.3 ' Chris Coolev, Pennfield; 15.6 John Cummings, ' . B.C Central Area: 15l5 - Mike Noller, Homer; 160 - Chris Tracy, Hastings; 16.1 Derek Prentice, Gull . Lake 100 1 Ctty: 10.1 - Sterling Hines, B.C Central; 10.1 - Kevin Stansbery, Harper Creek; 10.2 Jeff .. McConhihav, Harper Creek; 10.2 LaShon Miller, B.C Central; 10.2 Terence Sparks, B.C Central; 10.3 Kevin Hickman, B.C Central Area: 10.4 - Pete Hauschild, Hastings (c); 10.6 .' Rob Porter, Coldwater; 10.6 Allen Slocum, . Hastings (c); 10.6 - Coty Mattsoa Maple Valley; 10.8 - Shod Peterson, Quincv; 10.8 Nicky Fra-; ley. Union City; 10.8 Darrien Svkes, Olivet 880 Relay City: 1:32.4 - B.C Central; 1:312 - Lakeview; 1:38.8 - Pennfield (c) r Area: 1:34.8 - Gull Lake; 1:35.4 - Hastings (c); 1-J6.4 - Maple Valley; 1:36.4 - Homer (c) Mite City. 4:34.4 - David Abebe, Harper Creek; 4:443 . - David Dolezal, Lakeview (c); 4563 - Eli Woods, B.C. Central . Area: 438.3 - Bob Bates, Coldwater; 434.4 -Mike Reed Olivet; 442.6 - Mike Heisler, Olivet standout 'gets d2oJLi ill Brian . Saltzgaber Michelle Worthington "When I got here last year, I wasn't guaranteed anything," Saltzgaber said. "It was a little discouraging. It showed I didn't hit well." Decker asked him about switching to the outfield this season, and the change has been just what Saltzgaber needed. "I didn't have any worries at all this year,"- Saltzgaber said. "I knew I was going to play. It's just a big difference, knowing you're going to play every day." Both Saltzgaber and Decker credited an improved pitching staff with carrying the Broncos to the title. The team earned-run average is 4.22. "The pitching really came around for us," Saltzgaber said. "We had a fairly young staff. Plus, our defense came around. We're fairly solid up the middle." "Improved pitching," Decker said. "Plus, we really had tremendous leadership from our seniors and juniors." A strong offensive attack (.323 team batting average) also contributed to Western's success. "If we're down four or five runs, we're not out of it because we can really hit the ball," Saltzgaber said. "It was just a bonus for us to get neighborhood 48, Gail Budrow 48. Low Net: Mary Price 29, Gail Budrow 30, Lenn Thompkins 31. Independent League, May 9 At Maple Hills Golf Course Low Gross individual: Steve Flach 35, John Cook 38, ied Perry 38, John Griggs 38, Rich Lock-wood 38, Mike Dougherty 41, Ken Clevenger 41, Dan Prough 41, Bob Mitchel 41; Team: Lockwood-Griggs 76. Low Net Individual: John Cook 32, Doug Pe-trick 32, John Griggs 33, Rich Lockwood 33, Bill Teegarden 34, Jim Schwartz 34, Dan Prough 34; Team: Lockwood-Griggs 66. Monday League, May S At Bedford Valley Golf Course Low Gross Individual: Lanny Johnston 37, Larry Brauer 38, Steve Floch 39, John Tedrow 40, Dennis Gabriel 40, Mike Wales 41, Andy Hovanec 41; Team: Johnston-Flach 76. Low Net Individual: Lanny Johnston 27, Kirk Ward 30, Bob Gault 32, Steve Smith 32, Andy Hovanec 34, Dennis Bovardo 34, John Griggs 34 Larry Brauer 34 Steve Smith 34; Team: Johnston-Flach 61 Independent League, May 2 At Maple Hills Golf Course Low Gross Individual: Tim VanDenberg 36, Steve Floch 37, Ted Perry 38, Bob Mitchel 41, Ken Clevenger 41, John Cook 41, Jeff Garett 42, Bob Lamons 42; Team: Clevenger-Dan Prough 85. Low Net Individual: Scott Angel 33, Ted Perry 33, George Benedict 34 Iggv Buff a 34 Reggie track honor 440 Relay City: 44.6 - B.C Central; 45.3 - Lakeview; 47 J Harper Creek (c) Area: 45.8 - Hastings (c); 46.1 - Olivet; 46.3 -Bellevue (c) 440 City: 49.8 Kevin Stansbery, Harper Creek; 52.0 - Ken Weers, B.C. Central; 53.4 - David Roosa Lakeview (c) Area: 52.0 Travis James, Gull Lake; 52.1 Mike Heisler, Olivet (c); 52.4 - Mike Reed, Olivet; 52.9 Darrien Sykes, Olivet Low Hurdles City: 40.7 - LaShon Miller, B.C Central; 41.5 -Chris Coolev, Pennfield (c); 42.6 - Joe Harris, Harper Creek Area: 41.4 Troy Thayer, Olivet (c); 41.6 Darnell, Riddle, Delton (c); 42.2 - Corey McClain, Quincy City: 2:06.8 - Scott Jones, Pennfield; 07.0 -Troy Place, Pennfield; 207.9 Mark Mason, Harper Creek Area: 102.9 - Mike Reed, Olivet (c); 106.5 -Mike Heisler, Olivet (c); 107.0 - Mike Ulbrich, Gull Lake 220 City: 228 Patrick Dreams, B.C. Central; 23.0 Kevin Stansbery, Harper Creek; 23.0 David Roosa Lakeview Area: 23.3 - Pete Hauschild, Hastings (c); 23.4 Travis James, Gull Lake (c); 23 J Joe Farkas, Bellevue Two-Mile City: 10:19.6 David Abebe, Harper Creek; 10:35.9 - David Dolezal, Lakeview (c); 1038.5 -Graham Smith, St. Philip Area: 930.9 - Mike Heisler, Olivet (c); 938.6 -Bob Bates, Coldwater; 1056.6 - Mike Reed, Olivet (c) Mile Relay City: 334.8 - Harper Creek (c); 3:35.4 -. B.C Central (c); 3:35.8 Lakeview Area: 3:35.1 - Olivet (c); 3:40.4 - Homer (c); 3:403 - Coldwater; 1428 - Union City (c) girls Shot City: 38-10 - Karen Quick, B.C Central; 36-9 -Ruth Thawnghmung, Lakeview; 29-11 Paula Otto, Pennfield . Area: 39-2V4 - Karen Mann, Quincv; 36-7V4 -Green, Colon; 33-10V4 Cheryl Enyart, Athens Discus ChV. 115-7 Ruth Thawnghmung, Lakeview; 88-8 - Karen Quick, B.C Central; 68-0 - Lori Mock, Springfield Area: 111-2 - Karen Monn, Quincv; 110-3 Shelly Winney, Coldwater; 110-2 Tammy Bot-tomley, Athens High Jump City: 4-10 - Rob! Vaxter, Lakeview; 4-8 - Nan Coy, Lakeview; 4-7 Melanie VanStralen, Horper Creek Area: 5-2 - Karris True, Maple Valley; 5-2 -Marl Voss, Athens; 5-2 - Chris Christian, Quincv; 4-11 Smith, Bronson; 4-10 Sandy Munro, Olivet; 4-10 Steinman, Union City Long Jump City: 15-7 - Coty Scott, B.C. Central; 15-5 -Karlee Smith, Pennfield; 15-4 - LaShelle Smith, B.C Central Area 16-2 - Boldrev, Maple Valley; T5-4V4 -Dawn Marriott, Coldwater; 15-3 Sellen, Olivet Two-Mile Refay City: 11:00.2 - Lakeview (c); 11:01.0 - B.C Central; 11:4M - St. Philip (c) things started' for Broncos sidelines that pitching." Western is now preparing for NCAA regional competition. "We're pretty confident right now," Saltzgaber said. The coach was just saying, if we play like we did against Central, we should win it." Saltzgaber was referring to a 9-2, 5-1 doubleheader sweep of Central Michigan University on May 16 that completed the conference schedule for the Broncos. In that doubleheader, Saltzgaber was 5-for-8, with one home run. "He's had more power than I expected out of that postion," Decker said. Baseball BOB REIMINK, Western Michigan University second baseman, was selected to the Academic All-Mid-American Conference team along with teammates Bryan Baar, a catcher, and Matt Mieske, an outfielder. Reimink has a 3.86 grade-point average in engineering. Baar has a 3.27 GPA in accounting and Mieske has a 3.59 GPA in accounting. Softball KERRI ADAMS, former Union City standout, played as a sophomore catcher for Eastern Michigan University this season, batting .255 (second highest on the team) with seven doubles. She had 21 RBI. Adams made the team last season as a walk-on and started as a catcher. She batted .237 last year and set a single-season record for scoreboard Grant 34 Team: Cook-Angel 68. Monday League, May 1 At Bedford Valley Golf Course Low Gross Individual: Jim Bromley 36, John Tedrow 39, Terry Kipp 39, Dennis Gabriel 40, Leno Ambroso 40, Dick Lock 40, Steve Flach 40; Team: Tedrow-Ambroso 79. Low Net - Individual: Ed Ehredt 30, Dick Lockwood 31, Bill Clawson 31, Milo VanNortwick 31, Jim Bromley 31, Terry Kipp 31, Gordon De-maray 32, Howard Jackson 32; Team: Clawson-VanNortwick 62 EAGLES Tom Simmonds sank a chip shot on hole No. 6 at Binder Park Golf Course for an eagle. tennis USTA VOLVO Women 4.0 May 12 Battle Creek Y Center 3, West Hills 2 Singles: Stephanie Fletcher (W) d. Nancy Mac-Farlane, 64, 64; Ginny Ouellette (B) d. Vicki Rohrbock, 6-2, 6-2. Doubles: Marion Salmond-Carol Trittschuk (W) d. Sandy Henshaw-Melinda Khan, 6-1, 6-4 Kathy Tubilewicz-Kathy Shreiner (B) d. Connie Mehaff ie-Jean Kenz, 6-3, 5-7, 7-6 (9-7); Peg Gates-Mildred Kim (B) d. Ike Schimp-Linda Benlamih, 6-3, 6-0. roll Area: 10:16.8 - Coldwater (c); 10:30.7 - Olivet; 10:44.8 - Quincv High Hurdles City: 16.3 - Cody Scott, B.C Central (c); 17.0 -Robi Vaxter, Lakeview; 17.0 Cathy DeGrow, Athens; 17.6 Candy Bartzen, Harper Creek Area: 16 5 Michelle Martin, Galesburg-Au-gusta; 16.9 Dawn Marriott, Coldwater (c); 17.4 Anjanelle Cook, Quincv 100 City. 11.8 Regina Jones, Lakeview; 121 Karlee Smith, Pennfield; 12.2 - Markeve Davis, B.C Central; 115 - Monica Little, B.C Central; 115 Stacy Loweer, Harper Creek Area: 11.7 Chris Christian, Quincy; 120 Ellis, Bronson; 110 Shasta Mace, Marshall; 111 Amy Miller, Athens 880 Relay City 131.0 - B.C. Central; 1314 - Lakeview; 135.9 Harper Creek . Area: 131.8 Coldwater; 1:53.2 - Hastings; 133.6 Homer Mile City. 5:316 - Mary Lantinga, St. Philip; 5:48.0 -Nicky Joeger, Lakeview; 6.-07.0 Britta Hansen, B.C. Central; 6:07.6 - Dana Watkins, Harper Creek Area: 538.0 Jill Strawser, Coldwater (c); 5:315 - Andrea Ripley, Olivet; 5:35.9 - Loretta Tobolski, Quincy 440 Relay City. 511 - B.C Central; 53.7 - Lakeview; 553 Harper Creek Area: 53.6 - Coldwater c); 53.9 - Olivet; 53JJ Athens 440 City 1:06.7 - Beatrice Gray, Springfield; 1.-04.6 Natalie Sanders, Lakeview; 15.6 Heather Bandeen, Lakeview; 1:05.7 Susan Schulz, Pennfield (c) Area-. 10.1 - Chris Chrlstiaa Quincy 1:01.6 -Jov Strawser, Coldwater (c); 1:04.4 Lori Edinger, Marshall Low Hurdles City 49.2 - Cody Scott, B.C Central; 49.9 -Paula Otto, Pennfield; 51.8 Anjanelle Cook, Quincy 51.9 Robl Vaxter, Lakeview Area: 48.9 Dawn Marriott, Coldwater (c); 515 Lynn James, Hastings; 511 Steinmonn, Union City 180 City.2322 - Mary Lantinga St. Philip; 2322 -Natalie Sanders, Lakeview; 245.2 - Kelly Dryer, B.C Central; 2442 - Dona Watkins, Harper Creek Area: 230.4 Jenny Kornacker, Gull Lake; 230.6 - Jov Strawser, Coldwater (c); 233.2 -Amy Dempsey, Marshall 220 - "' City 27.6 Regina Jones, Lakeview; 28.3 Lori Hausman, Lakeview (c); 28.9 Tina Robins, Harper Creek; 28.9 Beatrice Gray, Springfield Area: 275 Chris Christian, Quincy; 273 Pennev, Bellevue; 27.9 Tashla Crumsbui, Albion (c); 27.9 - Shasta Mace, Morshall; 27.9 Penny Sheetz, Coldwater; 27.9 West, Colon Two-Mile ChV. 1335 - Hines, Harper Creek; 13:18.1 -Nicky Jaeger, Lakeview (c); 14.-07.0 Emily Steudle, B.C Central Area: 12123 Loretta Tobolske, Quincv; 1213.4 - Andrea Ripley, Olivet; 1231.1 - Theresa Foster, Gull Lake Mile Relay City 430.0 - B.C Central; 4305 - Lakeview; 431.9 - Pennfield Area: 4226 - Marshall- 4346 - Hastings; 4318 Quincy . doubles with eight. EMU finished the year with a 22-35 record. MICHELLE WORTHINGTON, former Harper Creek standout, finished her sophomore season at Central Michigan University with a 6-7 pitching record. Worthington pitched 77 innings and allowed 20 earned runs for a 1.80 ERA. Central finished the year with a 29-27 record. KARLA RENO, former Gull Lake All-Stater, finished with a 6-4 pitching record for Western Michigan University this season. Reno pitched 69 innings and allowed 18 earned runs for a 1.81 ERA. The Broncos finished the year with a 38-20 record. Basketball MARC WHITE, Battle Creek Central All-State forward, has been ranked as the 75th best junior in the nation by the Dave Bones scouting service. The rankings appear in the June issue of Basketball Times, under Cage Scope's top 100 juniors. Track and Field JOHN DUNLOP, Albion College decathlete, will be one of four athletes from the college performing in the NCAA Division III national meet at Naperville, HI., this week. Dunlop, fifth in the decathlon last year, will start his title quest this year on Wednesday. Lance Coleman and Marco Hasselmann, Albion sprinters, will compete in the 100-yard dash trials on Thursday. ' Scott Newsome, Albion hurdler, will compete with Dunlop in the high hurdle trials. Women 33 May 19 Tennis Club of Lansing 5, Battle Creek Y Center 0 Singles: Jody Wyman (L) d. Janice Nardine, 6-0, 6-1; Shirley Tsai (L) d. Dorthv Buhler, 6-3, 6-3. Doubles: Cheri Kostoskv-Marta Barron (L) d. Jackie Steffes-Jean Ackerman, 6-0, 6-3; Janice Bukovac-Ching Ni (L) d. Donna Brown-Tora Dol-bee, 6-0, 6-1. darts SPRINGBROOK LOUNGE Mixed Doubles May 13 1-Don Black-Kathv Young, 2-Scott Carpenter-Teresa Carter, 3-Mike Sullivan-Pixie Matthies, 4-Dale Elswick-Carol McNamara 5-Bill Buckner-Linda Robbins, 6-Clara Esselman-Nick Esselman, 7-Stump Willbur-Jodi Willbur, 8-Fred Lightbodv-Linda Lightbody,9-Diane Brown-Mike Brown, 10-Dave Bays-Terri Bays, 11-Jeff Holmes-Shirley Holmes, 12-Norm Bender-Shirley Cole, 13-Jodi Lewis-Wes Bender. Luck Of The Draw May 11 1-John Franks-George Depuy, 2-Mike Giese-Fred Sharpsteen, 3-Dale Elswick-Mary Workman; 4-Don Black-Kathy Young, 5-Tim Lang-Mike Sullivan, 6-George Hakes-Cindy Burke, 7-Pixie Matthies-Cindv Giese, 8-Phil Burk-Jim Hill, 9-Linda Robbins-Linda Franks. I PHIL WALTERS , j '( fJH-P sSrlr rT?5SS l&gV l PHIL WALTEfVS Reg 55-95 CAQ95 I on," 1 GM 9" $9- 1 " I 915 Capital Ave., N.E., Battle CreeK t3 Phone 962-0891 . Open Mon.-Fri. 7:30-6 Sat 'til 3 El ,L J 'Sports Capital' hockey school set for The Rink In 1980, Herb Brooks directed the U.S. Olympic hockey team to it's "Miracle On Ice" when the underdog squad won the gold medal at the Winter Olympics. This August, Brooks will be in town along with a number of other top hockey mentors to demonstrate to youths age 6-to-15 how on-the-ice miracles happen: Via hard work and skill training. The City of Battle Creek Recreation Department and Hockey Development Program, Inc., have combined to offer the "Sports Capital" Summer Hockey School, to be held Monday-Saturday, Aug. 21-26, at The Rink. Participants will receive 3 Vi hours of on-ice instruction daily. There will also be off-ice training, daily scrimmages, video analysis and lectures, individual goaltending sessions, recreational opportunities and a final scrimmage. - Paul Pickard, coach of the Kalamazoo Junior Wings and director of Hockey Development Program, Inc., will provide his staff of trained instructors and counselors. Special guest instructors include Brooks, who has also coached the New York Rangers and Minnesota North Stars of the NHL; and Ralph Backstrom, a former great with the Montreal Canadiens who now coaches at Denver University. Fee for the school is $150, CEREAL CITY DART ASSOCIATION Monday Night's League Division A Final Standings Springbrook Express 93, FOP Homicide Squad 86, Jack's Aces 84 Redwood Woodeyes 78, Frog Pond PA Newts 44 Results from May 15 Redwood Woodeyes 6, Jack's Aces 5 John Franks 140, Brad Jensen 120, Mike Hanson98 on. FOP Homicide Squad 10, Frog Pond PJV. Newts 1 Bob Jasper 140, George DePuy 121, Greg DePuv 77 out. High Average: Dan Jensen 603, John Franks 57.9, George DePuy 575, George Vollrath 544 Mike Sullivan 54.0. High On: Mike Sullivan 136, Ken Jensen 120, Nick Esselman 120, Dan Jensen 120. High Out Jasper 97, Jensen 90, Nick Esselman 86. Most Outs: George DePuv 17, Greg Depuy 17, Mike Sullivan 17, Ken Jensen 16, Don Jensen 16. CPA: Jensen .471, Jasper -3S5, John Franks 385, George DePuv .354 George Vollrath .353. TUESDAY LEAGUE Final Standings ' Moonraker Michelob Light 103, Blues in the Attic 71, FOP Felons 63, Dolphin Lounge 58, Attic Simian Society 55, Redbird Lounge 54 FOP Bud Light 47. Results From May 9 Dolphin Lounge 7, Redbird Lounge 4 Jeff Holmes 77 out. Attic Simian Society 6, FOP Bud Light 5 - Dan Beimers 140 on, Mickey Herr 92 on. Blues In the Attic 7, FOP Felons 4 - Ted Laro-chelle 125, Tom Harrison 121, 120 on, 86 out. High Average: George DePuv 56.8, Rex Smith 56.8, Tom Harrison 513, Herr 48.8, Beimers 483. High Oik Dan Beimers 140, Kevin Larocheile 138, Tom Harrison 115. High Out Jeff Holmes 116, George DePuy 109, iasS " f AP Photo Herb Brooks, well-known at the pro, collegiate and national levels, will be one of the instructors at this summer's hockey school, to be held in August at The Rink. which includes a jersey, and registration begins next Wednesday. A $10 deposit will hold one's place until balance due is paid by July 21. Scholarships are available to families in need of assistance. Registration materials may. be obtained directly from the Recreation Department office. The school will be limited to 102 participants (three groups of 34) on a first-come, first-served basis. Harrison 92 Most Outs: Rex Smith 22 George DePuy 21, Tom Harrison 21, Greg DePuy 19, Roy Sprunger 17. JQPA: Rex Smith .432 George DePuv .430, Tom Harrison .393, Greg DePuv .341, Mickey Herr 597. shooting BATTLE CREEK GUN CLUB RESULTS May 11 Trap Charley Martin, Millard Ross; 24 Merle Trenary, Lynn Rush, Lou Onofrio, Bob Hall. Skeet - 25: Nelson Curtis; 24 Marv Unruh, Mark Sutfia Dick Bloch. May 14 Trap 50: Bernie Tobias; 25: Dave Converse, Norm Baxter, Roy Ciaar, Don Carstens, Nelson Curtis; 24 Cliff McDonald, Jerry Monroe, Dan togghe, Charley Martin, Pete Shoemaker, Millard Ross, Bob Hall. Skeet - 50: Elwin Arney 25: Bill Goff; 24 Lloyd LaLonde, Jim Reed. cycling CLIMAX BICYCLE TIME TRIALS May 17 Women: Laurie Walsworth, 2437; Beth Neun-dorfer, 2759; Beth Lammoa 28:40. USCF Licensed: Dave Weighman, 2353; Brian Chappell, 2336; Brian Heeter, 27:45. Citizen: Mike M. Wood, 2332 Steve Willey, 2414 Gary Newhard, 2443; Dale Fink, 25.-01; Scott Bowers, 2550; Jeff Daniels, 2559; Mark Miller, 2653; Jeff St. Clair, 26:39; Brian Heeter, 27:45; Steve Henderson, 27:47; Dave BrasselL 2S.-07; Bill Duggan, 28:47. .i iiiii-n -i ir 1

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