The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on September 29, 1996 · Page 37
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Salina, Kansas
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THE SALINA JOURNAL SPORTS SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1996 D5 BRIEFLY V HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL Wesleyan soccer team remains unbeaten klLLSBORO — Kansas Wesleyan's men's soccer team remained unbeaten after shutting out Tabor 2-0 on Saturday. Harold Calvo's unassisted goal provided the Coyotes with a 1-0 Halftime lead and Jim Ranieri accounted for the final margin when he scored in the 82nd minute on a Calvo assist. "It was a tough match," said Wesleyan coach Brian Berner, whose team improved to 5-0 in its first season. "(Tabor's) a very physical team." 'Iffthe women's game, Tabor turned back Wesleyan 3-1. The Coyotes' goal was scored by Crystal Robinson on an assist from Jennifer Mancino. •'• Wesleyan women (0-4) play host to McPherson in a makeup game on Monday at 4 p.m. at the YMCA fields, while the men play again Wednesday at home against Ottawa. Wesleyan runners place fourth at Tabor >HILLSBORO — Both the Kansas Wesleyan men's and women's ctfoss country squads finished third Saturday at the Tabor College. Invitational. pThe Coyotes' top finish came from Rebekah Erickson in the Women's race, as she placed fourth overall with a time of 20:32. The women's team title went to Sterling'as the Lady Warriors w'ere led Ann Marie Dreckman in fifst and teammate Tara Colvin in second. >Former Salina South runner Rob Evans took first in the men's rite. Now a member of the Htitchinson Community College squad, Evans ran a 26:34 to win by riin,e seconds over teammate Jason Wolfe. ;\The top finish in the men's race ftEr Kansas Wesleyan came from dhris Sawyer who placed 10th in 28:30. '-Wesleyan will play host to its ajinual meet next Saturday at Bill Bjirke Park, starting with the wa'men's race at 10:30 a.m. and the ifikn's race to start at approxi- iflately 11:15. Bernstein leads Top Fuel qualifying ' : TOPEKA — Kenny Bernstein covered a quarter-mile in an event- record time of 4.605 seconds at 311.20 mph Saturday to lead Top Foel qualifying for today's NHRA Sears Craftsman Nationals. [•John Force remained No. 1 in tjie Funny Car division with Fri- diy's run of 4.892 seconds at 309.27 itiph. Warren Johnson topped the Funny Car competition with a frack-record time of 6.986 seconds at 196.93. .Angelle Seeling set a track record in the Pro Stock Motorcycle division on Friday. ' From Staff and Wire Reports Central slips past South Mustangs win in three games in third-place match at Newton By The Journal Staff NEWTON — The first meeting of the season between the Salina Central and Salina South volleyball squads usually comes late in the season at the City Triangular. But South and Central got an early look at each other Saturday at the Newton Invitational when the Salina teams both went 3-1 in their respective pools and met in the third- place match. The two teams will play at least two more times this fall, but the first match went to Central as the Mustangs rallied for a 13-15,15-9,1513 victory. "Against South it was just a dogfight," Central coach Rose Wittman said. "It always seems to go three games when we play them and today girls on both sides were giving it their all. There were no balls hitting the floor uncontested." "Central is a heck of a ball team," South coach Stef Curchy said. "That third game went back and forth with a lot of good volleys. I think one thing we found out today is our expectations of ourselves have increased and the girls believe more in what they are capable of doing." 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Central (124) defeated Wichita Kapaun, McPherson and Newton, but lost its final pool play contest when unbeaten and state-ranked Bishop Carroll topped Wittman's team. Bishop Carroll went on to win the tourney title with a 15-7,15-9 win over Emporia. Lexi Fellers and Lynsey Ginther were the Mustangs' top setters. Fellers totaled 67 assists in the five matches and Ginther added 51. Ginther and Tara McDonald had a big day at the net, with Ginther collecting 50 kills and McDonald adding 37. Heather Herrman led Central in serving in two matches, including 13 service points and three aces against Newton. Tai Kerbs was the Cougars leading setter with 47 assists. Jessica Watson, Michelle Stein and Darcy Durfee were the top hitters for South, with Watson's 14 kills against Heights a single-match high for the Cougars. Kelsey Snavely had 11 assists against Heights and 10 service points in the Hutchinson match. Curstin Baker was among South's leading blockers with four against Central and three in the Hutchinson match. Knights win tourney HERINGTON — It took a little bribery on the part of Mary Pat Weese, but the Sacred Heart coach found a way to spur her Knight volleyball squad to its first tournament victory in two years. Sacred Heart avenged its only loss in pool play with a 15-6, 15-10 victory over Chase County in the championship game of the Herington Invitational on Saturday. The Knights (10-4) lost in the opening round of pool play to Chase County, but qualified for the semifinals with victories over Lincoln (15-5, 15-2) and White City (1510,15-1). "Our passing was very weak in our first match with Chase County," Weese said. "We were not getting the passes to the setter so we couldn't set up the attack. We got some confidence back when we beat Lincoln." Sacred Heart survived a tough, three-game contest with Abilene in the semifinals (15-2, 14-16, 15-13) to earn another shot at Chase County. "The third game with Abilene was really close all the way," Weese said. "But that mental toughness we've talked about finally kicked in. I also promised them Dairy Queen if they won. You have to find things that work with these girls." Junior Chrissy Blagg had 44 kills in the Knights five matches, while Ginger Brown led Sacred Heart with 37 assists. Brown led in service points in three matches, including 13 against Lincoln. DICKINSON THEATRES "GRIPPING!" Noil Rosen, NY 1 NEWS "THRILLING!" Barry Krutchik, PREMIERE RADIO NETWORK "TERRIFIC!" Pmil Wunder, WBAI-FM/NEW YORK DON'T MOVE A MUSCLE !ilNlllfti;i\MAN I S CDIUMHIA PiniURES . iSunset /•' VIMl W. Crowtofd Fri. (*4:30)-7:00-9:30 Sat. (*2:00-*4:30)-7:00-9:30 Sun. (*2:00-*4:30)-7:00 Mon.-Thurs. (*5:00)-7:30 AIASKA A DESPERATE SEARCH. Frl, (*4:35)-7:05-9:25 IECL Sat. (*2:05-*4:35)-7:05-9:25 Sun. 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