News Record from North Hills, Pennsylvania on September 18, 1979 · Page 30
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News Record from North Hills, Pennsylvania · Page 30

North Hills, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, September 18, 1979
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-- TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1979 -- NEWS RECORD sports Tennis showdown looms It'll be showdown time Thursday on Ihe North Hills High,.School tennis courts when the Indians meet North Allegheny for the leadership in tough .Section 7 girls' tennis. ' Both North Hills and North Allegheny arrive at the match undefeated and perched on top of the section standings. And both teams Allegheny short becasue they play .very .consistent, steady tennis. They'll try to take advantage of our aggressive mistakes," Zatetsky said. North Hills boasts of a solid lineup which has surrendered very few match points in its six matches. The Indians defeated Churchill, Gateway and Moon in the preseason. They've added 5-0 whitewash wins over teams are led by the duo of Sally Seherder-and flancy^filandoniinicp. The Tigers' lineup is rounded out by the doubles team of Molly Crean and Lori Mencini, North Allegheny coach Jim Sloan thinks the two teams are fairly even and he anticipates a close match, In Section 7 results last week: tough Fox Chapel. North Hills coach Steve Zaletski says .the match should be as close as the statistics would indicate. "I feel this is the best girls' tennis Lawrencevme and Staler Area and a 4-1 win over fox Chapel in section play. The Indians are led by three solid singles players. Playing in the top singles spot is Kim O'Toole. North Hills 4 -Fox Chapel 1 The Indians recorded their first win ever over perennial Section 7 champion Fox Chapel. North Hills counterparts, the North 'Allegheny Tigers recorded .their first, win ever "over "Foi^Chapel." North AlTegheny got off to a slow start in the match, dropping the top two singles matchups. But Cari Howard turned the match around for the Tigers in the third singles spot. The doubles team of Sally Scherdon and Nancy Giandominico was down two match points bkit tattled back to take the match. North Allegheny won the match in the second doubles hole when the team of Molly Crean and Lori'Mencini battled back from being a set point down to win. team also. The two teams are very, very even. It should be a very long match because I expect every match up to go three sets," Zaletski said. While North Hills and North Allegheny arrive at fltrsame results, the two teams use very different methods. The matchup should resemble the classic tortoise vs. the hare. North Hills likes to gamble. on the s'. But North Allegheny is known more for its steady play. - - -- -- -- - · "I feel I have a little better talent in that we have much more aggressive players. But don't sell North third singles hole, the top North Hills' doubles team is composed of Lisa Doepping and Sue McCalmont. The Indians' lineup is completed with the double team of Allison Bartee and Kelly Moran. "Our singles are very strong but j we feel we've improved considerably' in the doubles teams. We're hoping our doubles teams won't lose.a single kl ... -WStehTn section play," ZaletifTsaldr NOrTI North Allegheny will counter with -Karen GentzeHn the top singles-spot followed by Linda Karl in the second hole and Cari Howard in the third spot. The North Allegheny doubles Fox Chapel ace Meg Short defeated Kim O'Toole. But the INdians got points from the singles players Gretchen Moran and Kathy O'Hara and the doubles teams of Lisa Doepping and Sue McCalmont and Allison Bartee and Kelly Moran. North Hills has never won the Section 7 crown. .. Fox Chape! 2 Like their North Hills High School Doug Hall* 1112 Urn r|l., PA 152)7 ' "Set me for car, home, life, health and business tasnranccr Suit T«rm ttufwci Cwpjrnn HOM (Him Komnfai. Illmm booking ahead North Kills High Schdol 'netter Gretchen Moran looked ahead to her next shot during the Section 7 individual championships this past weekend. Moran, lost to Fox Chapel's Meg Short .in the semifinals. But Gretchen ancl her North Hills teammates are still looking ahead to a regular-season matchup with North Allegheny Thursday. Both NA and North Hills-are undefeated for the season and in first place in Section 7. Marvis Frazier to box Fox Chapel, North Hills send girls to tournament Marvis Frazier, son of former heavyweight boxing champion Joe Frazier, will be th.e main attraction in a 10-fight boxing match set for Clarion State College Wednesday, Oct. 3 at 8:30 p.m. in Tippin Gymnasium. Frazier, the top-ranked amateur heavyweight boxsp-iir4he-4Jmted States and-set!ent winner o f l h e National Golden Gloves heavyweight ""cfiampfonship wilTface Jerome Boyd of Camp Hill All proceeds from the fight will go to the Clarion Varsity "C" Club to establish a scholarship atthecollege. Also slated on the fight card are Randy Burford of Oak Ridge, the 1979 Western Pennsylvania Golden Gloves and AAU heavyweight champion and . Buth Jackson of Camp Hill. Boxers from the Clarion area will round out the 10-fight card. Tickets for the fight are $6 for ringside, $5 for main floor and $4 for balcony. Tickets can be obtained in . advance by sending a self-addressed. North Hills High School's Kim O'Toole and Fox Chapel's Meg Short earned spots in WPIAL Individual Tennis Championships this weekend at Mount Lebanon High School. O'Toole and Short earned their WPIAL tournament spots by taking the-top two places in the Section 7 championship tournament this past weekend at North Hills High School. O'Toole arrived in the section finals by defeating Karen Gentzel of North Allegheny 6-0, 6-4 in the- semifinals. Shflrt-defeateU GieU'lien Moran of North Hills 6-1, 6-2 in the semifinals. O'Toole and Short met yesterday for the section championhip at North Hills. Results of the match were unavailable at press time. "I was extrememly proud to have two girls in the semifinals of (he section championships," North Hills coach Steve Zaletski said; "But no matter who wins the section crown, both O'Toole and Short will compete for the WPIAL championship. Both _girls areexcellent players and could win theTItleT 11 --_« Rinchiuso Brothers NORTH HILLS FINEST FULL SERVICE HAIR STYLING SALON MM IINCHM10 ANMIO IINCHflMO. We feature Redken and RK retail products · Mta Laberobrm, he. 1977 AH right! mtmd Pnnnd in U S.A. No Appointments Necessary PERMS · HAIRPIECES SERVICES NORTH HJLLS VILLAGE MALL NORTH COURT 364-9817 IKXIINCHIUSO envelope to Clarion Students Association; Ticket Manager; B-57 Carlson; Clarion State College; Clarion, Pa. 16214. Checks should be made out to the Garion Students m Headed home North Allegheny golfer Steve Schneider strokes the ball towards the cup in a triangular match against North Hills and Hampton last week at Wildwood Golf Club. 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