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Sullivan Spins By LARRY MORRIS Danny Sullivan of Louisville, Ky., won the 1985 Indianapolis 500 auto race Sunday, May 26, after taking the ieaa in tne iwui tap ot tne zuu-iap race. He had been in desperate pursuit of veteran driver Mario Andretti for half the rave when he lost control a split second after passing the former Grand Prix champion on die 120th lap on the 2Vj-mile oval track at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Possi Owl Golfers On The Seymour High School varsity golf team tied with Paoli for first place in the golf sectional . tournament Saturday, May 25, at Otis Park in Bedford, but the Owls lost on the fifth -mail score to finish second in team standings. The top three teams advance to the regional play Saturday, June 1, at Bedford. The Owls and Rams battled to a 335 tie after 18 holes. Other team scores were Bedford-North Lawrence 337, Washington 350, Bloomington South 351, Southridge 358, Brown County 359, Washington Catholic 360, Bloomington North 366, Shoals 372, North Davies 376, Jasper 377, Spring Valley 388, North East DuBois 389, Forest Park 390, Mitchell 412, Edgewood 422, and Brownstown Central 432. Individual scores for Seymour were Mark Ellis, 41-4081; Craig Elmore, 41-4283; Scott Cooper, 43-4285; Godsey Takes Ray Godsey of Bedford won the 40-lap late-model feature race Saturday night, May 25, at the Brownstown Speedway. The win was worth $1,200 to Godsey and car owner Fred King. It was Godsey' s second feature win of the year at the quarter-mile track. Last week's feature winner Dusty Chapman led the first seven laps of the race, with Godsey and Steve Barnett hanging right with him. Godsey took the top spot away from Chapman on the eighth lap. A yellow flag on the 13th lap slowed the action for awhile. Once the race resumed Paul Shafer, who had started 15th in the 17-car field, moved into fourth by lap 14. Godsey, Chapman, Barnett, and Shafer were running side-by-side and bumper-to-bumper. Barnett then suddenly pulled out of the race on the 27th lap, leaving a three-car battle. Shafer moved into second on the same lap. Shafer was challenging Godsey until Gerald Dixon spun in front of Godsey. Fortunately for Godsey, Dixon stopped on the track. JThat. benefitted Godsey because Shafer had passed him. But track rules go back to the last scored lap, which meant that Godsey had his lead back. On the last lap Shafer pulled even with Godsey going down the back stretch. But Shafer couldn't get the bite on the track coming out of the corner and Godsey edged him for the win. Chapman was third, with Ulionois driver Roger Long finishing fourth and Lee Fleetwood of Indianapolis fifth. Chapman was the top qualifier at 15.157 seconds. Godsey took the dash, while heat races were captured by Brian Asbury, Larry Taylor, Shafer and Don Hobbs. Shafer won the Lutheran Central School Holds Track And Field Day Lutheran Central School in Brownstown held its annual track and field day Monday, May 20. Here is a list of placings, separated by grades: FIRST AND SECOND GRADES Obstacle: girls first, Heidi Middendorf; second, Wendy Meahl; third. Ginger Hunsucker, boys first, Johnny Goss; second, John David Zabel; third, Jason Cunningham. Jump rope: girls first, Heidi Middendorf; second, Jamie Peters; third, Wendy Meahl; boys first, Jeff Stahl; second, Ryan Hehman; third, Zach Kellermeier. 50-yard dash: girls first, Heidi Middendorf; second, Wendy Meahl; third, Erin Darlage; boys first, Chad Sommers; second, Jason Cunningham; third, Johnny Goss. 50-yard relay: first John Goss's team; second, Derick Stuckwisch's team. 25-yard relay: first, Derick Stuckwisch's team; second, John Goss's team. Standing long jump: girls first, Jamie Peters; second, Julie Zabel; third, Lois Schumpe; boys first, John D. Zabel; second, Derick Sruckwisch; third, Brany Ross. Softball throw: girls first, Amy Sruckwisch; second, Allison Wischmeier; boys first, Justin Darlage; second, Ryan Hehman; third, Brany Ross. Running long jump: girls first, Angle Hallow; second, Karen Zabel; third, Julie Zabel; boys first, Jason Cunningham; second, John D. Zabel; third, Chad Sommers. GRADES THREE AND FOUR Standing long jump: girls first. Sheila Sruckwisch; boys first, Jon Bishop; second, Greg Peters; third, Jason Peters. 50-yard dash: girls first, Kim Peters; second, Jill Zabel; third, Dana Hawn; boys first, Marc Hutcheson; second, Kenny Hill; third, Cody Lane. 50-yard relay: Team X; second. Team Y. - 25-yard relay: first. Team Y; second. Team X. Softball throw: girls first, Sonya Kamman; second, Kim Peters; third, Kelly Bobb; boys first. Marc Hutcheson; second, Jon Bishop; third, ' Cody Lane. VOLLEYBALL BROWNSTOWN WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL Tmm W L Meahl's 11 1 Randy's 11 1 Citizens 8 4 Medora Bank 8 4 Cordes 7 5 Marion Kay 5 7 East Fork 4 8 Hoosier Village 3 9 J.R.'s Bar 2 10 Parman's 1 11 bly in view of about 100,000 fans around the first and second turns of the track, Sullivan began a spin that continued for about a quarter of a mile. Miraculously, he avoided the wall and other cars and continued to his pit to replace four heavily frayed tires. Andretti swung low to avoid Sullivan, and both drivers continued 1-2 in the race. ! Sullivan told reporters that Andretti took his line and they were side by side. All four of Sullivan's tires went To Regional Matt Waskom, 44-4286; and Joel Armstrong, 43-4588. Medalist for the meet was Craig Bowden of Bedford-North Lawrence with a 77. The state's 13th ranked team from Seymour will join Paoli and Bedford in the regional match. Seymour coach Larry Cooper said the Owls had chances to win the meet outright, but "we had one eight on a par four. We played the back better than the front, which I think is harder. We just have to start thinking of each shot as important." Mark Ellis of Seymour was fourth in individual scoring with his round of 81. For Brownstown Central, Justin Krietenstein shot 52-60103; Drew Ackerman, 50-52 102; Larry Curry, 51-64105; Mike Benter. 52-60112; and Alan Axsom, 56-66 122. Feature Race semi-feature. ! In the modified street stock division, Mike Jewell of Scottsburg took the lead from Steve Trabue of Scottsburg on the 14th lap and then pulled away to take his third win of the year. f Trabue was second, with Seymour's Rick Hines coming all the way from the tail to finish third. Hines almost set a track record in qualifications at 17.184. Trabue took the dash and the third heat. Other heat winners were Terry Franklin and Dave Hite. Phil Wood won the consolation. LATE MODELS Fast Qualifier: Dusty Chapman, Bedford, 15.157. I Trophy Dash: Ray Godsey, Bedford. t First Heat: (1) Brian Asbury, Mitchell; (2) Mike Schwartz, Kokomo; (3) Bob Davis, Columbus; (4) Todd Carr, Scortsburg. t Second Heat: (1) Larry Taylor, Indianapolis; (2) Robert Brison, North Vernon; (3) Roger Absher, Franklin; (4) Mark Cole, Evansville. : Third Heat: (1) Paul Shafer, Portage; (2) Roger Long, Fithian. 111.; (3) Mike Gibbs, Martinsville; (4) Steve Boley, Marysville. Fourth Heat: (1) Don Hobbs. Bloomington; (2) Chapman; (3) Barry Magers, Bedford; (4) Kevin Claycomb, Vtncennes. i Semi-Feature: (1) Shafer; (2) Gibbs; (3) Taylor; (4) John Davis. Bedford. f 40-Lap Feature: (1) Godsey; (2) Shafer; (3) Chapman; (4) Long; (5) Lee Fleetwood, Indianapolis. MODIFIED STREET STOCKS Fast Qualifier: Rick Hines, Seymour, 17.184. Trophy Dash: Steve Trabue, Scottsburg. First Heat: (1) Terry Franklin, Scortsburg; (2) Tom AUman, Brownstown; (3) Tom Seadler, Louisville. Ky.; (4) Don Bieghler, Scortsburg. Second Heat: (1) Dave Hite, Greenwood; (2) Joe Wilson,. Crothersville; (3) Mark Collins, Medora; (4) Rick Erwin, Louisville, Ky. 1 Third Heat: (1) Trabue; (2) Mike Jewell. Scottsburg; (3) Mike Bechelli, Elizabeth town; (4) Billy Filburn, Marysville. f Semi-Fearure: (1) PhU Wood, Franklin; (2) Jay Lainhart, Austin; (3) Larry Plessinger, Blocher, (4) Mark Bechelli, Elizabethtown. i Feature: (1) Jewell; (2) Trabue; (3) Hines; (4) Mike Bechelli; (5) Filburn. Running long jump: girls first, Jill Zabel; second, Becky Rodenberger; third, Melissa Wischmeier, boys first. Marc Hutcheson; second. Kenny Hill; third, Cody Lane. - Obstacle: girls first, Becky Rodenberger; second, Jill Zabel; third, Kim Peters, Laura Zabel (tie); boys first, Blake Bobb; second, Philip Schumpe; third, Kenny Hill. Hop, step, jump: girls first, Mary Millman; second, Becky Rodenberger; third, Melissa Wischmeier; boys first, Jason Lucas; second, Jeff Lucas. GRADES FIVE AND SIX 100-yard dash: girls first, Janet Lucas; second, Nkki Hudson; third, Jennifer Toppe; boys first, Tony Lambert; second, Jason Nierman; third. Michael Wolka. Running long jump: girls first, Roxanna Carr; second, Jodl Wessel; Third, Tammi Goss; boys first, Monte Persinger; second, Mark Hashman; third, Andy Niewedde. 50-yard dash: girls first. Dawn Rorig; second, Janet Lucas, Tammi Goss (tie); boys first, Monte Persinger; second, Brian Shoemaker; third, Jason Nierman. Softball: girls first, Roxanna Carr; second, Jodi Wessel; third. Margie Millman; boys first, Daren Hackman; second, Tim Wischmeier; third, Jason Sruckwisch. Shuttle run: girls first. Dawn Rorig; second, Jodi Wessel; third. Margie Millman; boys first, Monte Persinger; second, Tony Lambert; third, Brian Shoemaker. Obstacle: girls first, Janet' Lucas; second, Margie Millman; third, Roxanna Carr, boys first. Tony Lambert; second, .Tim Wischmeier, third, Andy Wischmeier. 100-yard relay: first, Jason Niennan's team; second, Aaron Stuckwisch's team. 50-year relay: first, Jason Niennan's team; second, Aaron Stuckwisch's team. GRADES SEVEN AND EIGHT 50-yard dash: girls first, Kathy Tonnoehlen, Karen Shoemaker (tie); Susan Wischmeier; boys first, Wes Maxie; second, Robbie Bishop; third, Michael Hackman. 100-yard dash: girls first. Karen Shoemaker; second. Shelly Sruckwisch; third, Christy Rodenberger, boys first, Wes Maxie; second, Paul Hill. Obstacle: girls first, JoAnn Peters; second, Christy Rodenberger, third. Jenny Zabel; boys first, Scott Kiewitr; second, Michael Johnson; third, Wes Maxie. 50-yard relay: first, Wes Maxie's team. . 100-yard relay: first, Scott Kiewit's team. Running long jump: girls first, Lesley Tormoehlen; second, JoAnn Peters; third. Tammy Sruckwisch; boys first. Scon Kiewhr, second, David Pomchmidt; third, Paul. Hill. Softball: girls first. Shelly Sruckwisch; second. Karen Shoemaker; third. Tammy Sruckwisch; boys first. Jody Steinkamp; second, Loren Benter; third, Paul Hill. 110-yard run: boys first. Michael Johnson; second, David Pomchmidt, third. Tony Peters. Frisbie throw: girls first. Tammy Sruckwisch; second, Jenny Peters; third. Jenny Zabel; boys first. Scon Kiewtt; second, Tyler Wischmeier; third, Loten Benter. A 65 to the apron, the asphalt area below the actual driving surface on the track, and, upon pulling back in to the driving lane, he lost control of the Miller American March-Cosworth. He spun almost two full turns before regaining control and continuing behind Andretti. The spin-out occurred with 80 laps remaining, but Sullivan went on to pass Andretti on the 140th lap then outduel him in a three-lap dash at the end of the race to win by 2.477 seconds, h was only the third race FOLLOWING an outstanding season at center for Brownstown Central, Jeff Morning, 6' 8" center, has been named to the Junior All-State third team. Jeff Morning Named Junior All-Stater Jeff Morning of Brownstown Central -has been- -named to the Junior All-State third team in high-school basketball by the Bloomington Herald-Telephone newspaper. Morning, 6'8" center for the Braves, shot 56.S per cent from the floor " and 73.6 per cent from the free-throw line this oast season. He averaged 19.7 points a game and pulled down nine rebounds per game. Morning led the Braves to a 9-11 regular-season record and to wins in the Seymour sectional over Medora and Crothersville. Also named to third team was Eddie Bird of Springs Valley, who scored 32 points against Orleans, 31 against -Salem, and 29 against Final-Four bound Southridge. Also named to the third team honorable-mention list were Jimmy Apple of Salem, Chris White of Seymour, Ritchie Deaton of Austin, Scotty Bex and Rick Howe of Bedford-North Lawrence, Marty Collier of Bloomington South (whom Brownstown will pick up on their schedule in the 1985-86 season), Tim Qualkenbush of Orleans, Dave Richards of Mitchell, and Neil Lancaster and David Humphrey of Clarksville. Corydon Central's Chris Frederick was named to the Small School All-State first team, and Austin's Jerry Goodin was named to the third team. Honorable mentions to the small-school team were Tim Dunaway of Corydon, Steve Couch of Crothersville, Joel Day and Bob Part in of Salem, Bill Smith of Clarksville, and Shawn White of Austin. Two Sectional Baseball Games Are Played Two games were completed Mon-. day, May 27, in the high-school baseball sectional tournament at Seymour ' before thunderstorms halted play in the second inning of the Seymour-Crothersville game. In the first game, Madison Shawe defeated Austin, 5-4. Austin had tied the game at 1-1 in the fourth on a solo home run by Steve Martinez, but Shawe put two runs across in the bottom of the sixth to take the lead. . Tony Barnes singled to knock in what proved to be the winning runs for Shawe, and pitcher Rob Rucker held off ah Austin rally in the seventh to clinch the win. He struck out nine Austin batters and walked none. In the day's second game, Madison shut out Scottsburg, 13-0. It was the third time the Cubs had shut out the Warriors this season. Greg Gosman was the winning pitcher for Madison, striking out 12 batters while walking six. The Warriors got four hits. Madison slapped 15 hits en route to the victory. The two winners are scheduled to play at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 1, in semi-final action. o w- Yam ever at Indianapolis for the 35-year-old bachelor. Averaging 152.982 mph for the win, Sullivan and his team received a check in the amount of $507,662 at the Monday evening, May 27, victory banquet. Andretti, winner in 1969, who led more than half of the 200 laps, told reporters, "Second is nothing here, it's nothing anywhere. At this stage of my career nothing satisfies like winning." Colombian Roberto Guerrero, second as a rookie in 1984, finished only llVi seconds behind Sullivan in third place. He was the only other driver to finish on the same lap as Sullivan and Andretti. Al Unser Sr. was fourth, one lap down. He may have figured much stronger in the final outcome had he not been penalized one lap earlier in the race for running over his own air hose in the ph. When the final standings were released Monday, three-time winner Johnny Rutherford, who finished fifth, was set back to sixth because of what officials said was a yellow-light violation. Johnny Parsons was moved up to fifth, and rookie Arie Luyendyk was placed seventh. On lap 124, rookie Rich Vogler got. out of the groove trying to pass and smacked solidly into the first-turn cement. He was taken by helicopter to Methodist Hospital, where he was treated for a concussion and two cuts above his eyelid. Trying to avoid the accident, 1983 . winner Tom Sneva spun into the wall. A bouncing tire came down inches from his cockpit as he escaped unscathed. The race had five leaders, Sullivan (68 laps), Andretti (107), Emerson Fittipaldi (10), Bobby Rahal (14), and Scott Brayton (1). At $450 per lap, Andretti pocketed $48,150 in prize prize money. When the 400,000 or so race fans return to the Speedway next year, they will probably see some changes. Joe Cloutier, president of the Speedway, has admitted that the old garage area will be torn down and replaced with a modern structure. There was also a clamor throughout the day Sunday to slow down the cars at the Speedway. CART, which sanctions every race except the Indy 500, has given new rules for 1986 to Cloutier for his consideration. The '86 formula for CART and the Speedway, still sanctioned by USAC, is expected to be announced in a few weeks. There has been talk of limiting the ground effects next year by making smooth-bottom cars mandatory. There were those at the track Sunday who say the designers already have flat-bottom cars on the drawing boards which will go every bit as fast as the 1985 models. Sommers Fires Ace At Hickory Hills Brownstown Central High School athletic director Louis Sommers fired a hole-in-one Thursday, ' May 23, at Hickory Hills Golf Club south of Brownstown. Sommers was substituting for another player in the Men's League and was playing a round with Delmar Achelpohl, Rick Shoemaker, and Bob Lahrman. He used a nine iron to ace number four coming across the lake. It was the second hole-in-one of his career. The first came about 20 years ago at Salem. 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In golf, Krietenstein was also Brownstown Middle School Holds Athletic Convocation Brownstown Central Middle School honored its athletes Thursday, May 23, during ceremonies at the school. John Armuth presented awards to the 1985 Mid-Southern Conference champion boys track team. Members were Terry Anderson, Danny Caudill, Tommy Eastin, Craig Fiscus, Jon Henson, Kevin Holman, Cris Kam-perschroer, Jim McKinney, William Mock, Lanny Mullins, Jeff Neal, Marty Overshiner, Brian Parman, Carlos Perdue, Kyle Raymer, James Reynolds, Clay Weir, and Jerry Zirkel. . Leon Lane was manager. Terrye Tormoehlen presented girls-track awards to Angie Bolton, Angie Bonebright, Melanie Col son, Stefanie Covert, Terri Franklin, Kerri Gay, Elise Hartley, Beth Harrison, Melissa Hickson, Jackie Johnson, Jimmie Ann Kosch, Amy Martin, Debbie Mobley, Claudia Morgan, Rendy Morrison, Amy Pope, Lori Sanders, Jenny Schwein, Janie Stewart, Mel Soladine and Sherri Wessel. Managers were: Michelle Ault, and Michelle Taylor. Golf coach Henry Sommers presented awards to David Bates, Doug Spurgeon, Joby Davis, Angie Spur-geon, Jennifer Nuss, Talessa Reynolds, Todd Taylor, Shannon Davidson, David Pottschmidt, and Beverly Williams. Tennis coach Donna Dittmer presented awards to Christy Brock, .Rachel Grider, Ginger Jackson, Debbie Jones, Shawn Patterson, Angie Showalter, and Tina Taylor. Football coach Howard Jackson made sixth-grade awards to Patrick Rose, Todd Isaacs, Jason Caudill. SHOW The Pig Citrikos Rack! Blake rasa SAVINGS SEYMOUR 211 North Chestnut Street 522 - 1117 East Tipton Street 522-1 HOPE AUSTIN NORTH VERNON OSGOOD BATESVILLE MADISON 29. 1985 5-A named golf medalist, and Mike Benter was named most improved player. Abby Pesta was honored as the top seed in girls tennis. Setting records this year in girls track were Sue Willson in the 300-meter hurdles at 48.1 seconds; Missy Morrison in the 1 , 600-meter run at 5:49.19 and in the discus at 110'8"; and the 1,600-meter relay team of JoLinda Herndon, Michelle Browning, Michelle Davidson, and Willson with a time of 4:36. Justin Nierman, Troy Burnside, Steven Curry. Steve Bowling, Carl Kuhl-man, Chris Marcott, Sam Gallion, Frank Jaynes, Jeremy Scott, Buddy Wayt, Earl Hensley. Paul Prewitt, Doug Christopher, and Scott Spurgeon. Track and Field Day awards went to eighth-grade members of the blue team with co-captains Kerri Gay, Beth Harrison, Tom Eastin, and Brian Parman; seventh-grade members of the white team with co-captains Brian Covert, Kyle Raymer, Clay Weir, Kris Darlage, Melissa Hickson, and Tammy Meadors; and to sixth-grade "members of the red team with co-captains Lea Daulton, Lori Starr, Steve Curry, and Sam Gallion. Sectional Postponed The final two baseball games of the Seymour sectional tourney, which had been rescheduled Tuesday, May 28, after rainouts on Monday, have again been postponed. Light rain Tuesday morning and wet grounds from the Monday rain have forced the games matching Seymour against Crothersville and Brownstown Central against Southwestern to be pushed back another day to Wednesday, May 29. The Seymour-Crothersville game will continue from . the point of postponement in the top of the second inning at 1 p.m. Wednesday. The Brown stown-Southwestern game will follow the completion of the 1 p.m. game. 11 BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:30 MAY31ST T0JUNE6TH STARTS I AT DUSK MOVING VIOLATIONS 55 Loughs Per Minute! v? Huddleston BANK 1592 592 FSLK t$& Todd Kiel EE8M.

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