The Columbus Telegram from Columbus, Nebraska on April 26, 1987 · 9
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. v1 V 'T'V '' j Sunday, April 26, 1987 Cotumbut, Neb., Tlgrom 9 Jin)es leads Bed s Rahton wins CIS Invite goffcrorn Ralston's Scott Ahl claimed individual medalist honors to help his team win the Columbus Invitational golf meet Friday at the Elks Country Club course. Ralston beat Fremont 327-330 for the team title. Columbus High had one medal winner in Greg Hutcheson, as the Discoverers finished tied for seventh in the team standings. The Discoverers and Omana Creighton Prep each scored 338, one shot more than sixth-place finisher Lincoln East. The CHS reserve team was 16th with 383 strokes. Ralston's Scott Ahl carded the top individual score with a 39- 3877. Ahl beat Chad Rogers of Lincoln Northeast by one stroke. Hutcheson carded a 44-3761 to place eighth as he won a playoff. Other Columbus varsity scores included: Doug Cross 40- 4585, Ryan Conrad 44-41' 85, Casey Conrad 47-40-87, and Dan Saalfeld 41-4889. The Discoverer reserves were led by Jeff Luebbe's 46-4894. Other CHS JV scores were: Scott Arndt 46-4995, Matt Kolder 49-47-96, John Clemons 48-5098, and John McPhail 51-59 110. Columbus will visit Fremont in a dual meet Monday afternoon starting at 4:30 p.m. CHS and Scotus Central Catholic square off Thursday in dual action at Elks. COLUMBUS INVITATIONAL Friday at Elks Country Club Team Handings Ralston 327, Fremont 330, Lincoln Southeast 333, Omaha Westside 335, Lincoln Northeast 336; Lincoln East 337, Columbus High 338, Omaha Creighton Prep 338, Millard South 349, Beatrice 354, Millard North 354, South Sioux City 356, Norfolk 362, Papillion ' 366, Bellevue West 366, Columbus High reserves 383. Top 10 Individual Medalists 1. Scott Ahl, Ralston 39-3877 2. Chad Rogers, Lincoln Northeast .,..38-4078 3. RodParadias, Millard South 39-4180 4. Blaine Goocher, Fremont 40-4080 5. Bill Wostoupal, South Sioux City ....394180 6. Steve Rector, Fremont 39-4180 7. Rafael Faus, Lincoln Southeast 38-4280 8. Greg Hutcheson, Columbus High ...44-3781 J.ToddChipman, Millard North 36-45-81 10. R.J. Scarborough, Om- Westside....39-42 81 Paradlas won playoff for third Hutcheson won playoff for eighth Columbus Varsity Individual Scores Greg Hutcheson 44-3781, Doug Cross 40-4585, Ryan Conrad 44-4185, Casey Conrad 47-40-87, Dan Saalfeld 41-48-49. - Columbus Reserves Individual Scores Jeff Luebbe 46-4894, Scott Arndt 46-4995, Matt Kolder 49-4796, John Clemons 48-5098, John McPhail 51-59 110. lakeview has fob openings on U.S. coaching staffs Lakeview High School has several coaching openings for the 1987-88 season. The school is seeking interested persons to fill the following positions: assistant football, head junior high football, assistant wrestling and freshman volleyball. Anyone interested in any of these jobs should contact Russ Freeman at Lakeview, phone 564-8519. Register now for Columbus T-ball Registration forms for the 1987 Columbus T-Ball league may now be filled out at Tia-Zia Restaurant, located next to TacoDelSol. There is a $5 fee due with the completed form. No forms will leave Tia-Zia you must fill out the forms at that location. The league is for boys and girls ages 6-8 by Dec. 1987.-Only the first 96 children will be admitted to play. The games will be played on Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings beginning June 3. Contact Ella at 563-1892 for more information. 'if. W't . & m - - Qv W . murium -m aWi a mt mi 1m i ' i V 1 1 A in. . t, V, V It a LONG SHOT Lars Nielsen of Southern Meth- Drake Relays in Des Moines Saturday. odist releases his winning shot put of 68-5 in (AP Laserphoto) University men's division competition at the Gooden may return to Met s Thursday By RICK WARNER AP Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) - Pitcher Dwight Gooden is "anxious and ready" to finish his drug treatment program and return to the New York Mets, his lawyer says. "All he's thinking about right now is getting back on the field and playing baseball again," Charles Ehrlich said Friday. "He's feeling good." Ehrlich said Gooden will be released from a New York City drug rehabilitation center next week after completing a 28-day treatment program. "I believe it's Thursday, but I don't believe the date is definite," he said in an interview from St. Petersburg, Fla. "It could be a day earlier or a day later, but it's in that time frame." Gooden, who won the National League's Cy Young Award in 1985, was admitted to the Smithers Center for Alcohol and Drug Treatment on April 2 after he tested positive for cocaine. Ehrlich said doctors at the center determined that Gooden was an occasional cocaine user, not an addict. ''We always felt that was the case," he said. "We knew that Dwight was not a big drug user." Ehrlich said he expects Gooden 'to return to the Mets within a few weeks. "He's still in good shape, but he'll need some time to get his pitching eye back," he said. Mets spokesman Jay Hor-witz would not comment on reports that Gooden would be released Thursday. Dr. Allan Lans, associate director of the center, also declined comment. Horwitz said the Mets will know more about the 22-year-old pitcher's status after Gen-i eral Manager Frank Cashen talks with doctors at the Smithers Center this weekend. He al so said Mets' officials will discuss Gooden's situation with baseball Commissioner Peter Ueberroth before making any decision about the pitcher's future. Richard Levin, a spokesman for Ueberroth, said the commissioner will be involved in the final decision on Gooden's playing status. Gooden was not penalized by Ueberroth because he agreed to undergo treatment. In 1985, Gooden was 24-4 with a 1.53 ERA and became the youngest player to win a Cy Young Award. Last season, he slipped to 17-6 with a 2.84 ERA and was hit hard in two World Series starts. During the past year, Gooden has been involved in a series of off-the-field incidents, including a scuffle with police 'iin his hometown of Tampa, J' Fla., last December. He was arrested and later placed on probation. Columbus Family YMCA notes Here is information on upcoming events and programs at the Columbus Family YMCA : Sunday closing The Columbus Family YMCA will be closed on Sundays through the summer months. The 'Y' will be open Mondays through Fridays from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Grade School overnighter The YMCA will host its last grade school overnighter of the school year April 25 from 7 p.m. to 8 a.m. Activities scheduled include swimming, gym games, pizza, movies, songs and fun for children ages 6-12 years. Registration forms are available at the YMCA service desk. All participants must pre-reg-ister at the YMCA. Cost is $4 for YMCA members and $8 for non-members. Contact the YMCA, phone 564-9477, for more information. Youth T-ball league Youth T-ball is designed so everyone plays in every game and competition is kept to a minimum. The YMCA's 1987 T-ball league will be split into three divisions: ages 5-6 years coed, girls ages 7-8, and boys ages 7-8. Games will be played Monday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings at Glur Park beginning the week of June 1. There may be some Friday games. The season lasts eight weeks. Registration deadline is May 18. Cost is $20 for non-members, and no charge to members. The non-member fee includes two YMCA league T-shirts. Water safety class A basic water safety class will be offered at the YMCA starting Saturday, May 2. The class is designed to introduce children ages 9-14 to basic lake and swimming pool safety procedures and precautions. The classes will be held May 2 and May 9 from 9 to 11 a.m. All participants must pre-regis-ter at the YMCA. Participants should bring a swim suit and towel for both Saturday sessions. Cost is $5 for non-members and free to members. For more information, contact the YMCA, phone 564-9477. Volleyball leagues Here are results and standings from the YMCA's coed volleyball leagues : First-round tournament results POWER LEAGUE Oasis def. Anderson Studio 15-5, 15-3. Oasis def. Backwoods 15-9, 15-12. GoGettersdef. A.T.A. Blockers 15-5, 15-3. Gc-Getters def. Unknowns 15u, 8-15, 15-13. POWER B LEAGUE Suess' PetMoosesdef. Hangovers 15-13, 15-10. UpSetters def. Suess' Pet Mooses 9-15, 15-10, 15-5. Glur's def. Court Huskers 15-9, 15-1. Mohlman Repair def. Glur's 15-6, 8-15, 15-13. RECREATION LEAGUE Bushdogs def. None-of-the-Above 15-9, 15-11. Godfather's def. Bushdogs 15-12, 15-9. VoUeyboppers def. Dale Diggers 15-11, 10-15, 15-5. Williams Whacko's def. VoUeyboppers 15-13, 15-10. COED CHURCH LEAGUES Blue Division Team standings St. John's 6-1, Federated I 6-1, SI. Luke's 5-2, St. Bon's 5-2, H.P.E.F.C. 3-4, Trinity Sonshine 3-4, Kings Kids 1, U.M. Praise Team 0-7. April 21 Results St. John's def. H.P.E.F.C. 154, 154. St. Luke's def. St. Bon's 10-15, 154. 17-15. Federated I def. U.M. Praise Team 15-5, 154. Trinity Sonshine def. Kings Kids 15-4, 15-13. Gold Division Team standings St. Joseph's 6-1, Trinity Lutheran 6-1, St. Anthony's 4-3, St. Isidore's 4-3, A.W.O.L. 3-4, Federated II 3-4, U.M. God Squad 14, Nazarene 14. April 21 Results St. Anthony's def. St. Isidore s 15-7, 15-5. St. Joseph's def. Nazarene 15-3, 15-12. Trinity Lutheran def. A.W .O.L. 15-4, 154. Federated II def. U.M. God Squad 15-1, 154. to Husher gme victory By TOM VINT Associated Press Writer LINCOLN (AP) - I-back Keith Jones rushed for a record 207 yards on 13 carries and scored two touchdowns to lead the Reds past the Whites 33-28 in Nebraska's annual spring football game Saturday. Despite a spring-game record 407 rushing yards, the firstJ-nd fourth-team players on the Reds needed a 1-yard touchdown by Tyreese Knox with 44 seconds left to hold off the Whites, made up of second-and third-string players. Three records fell in the second quarter alone when Jones and Terry Rodgers scored on long plays. Jones, who rushed for 166 yards on nine carries by half-time, broke the spring game rushing record with an 84-yard run for the game's first score with 4 : 50 left in the first half. The run was the longest in Nebraska spring game history, erasing the 64-yard record by Dave Koile in 1954. Jones' total rushing yards topped the 137-yard record by Paul Miles set in the 1985 game. Rodgers and quarterback Gerry Gdowski for the Whites combined on the longest pass play in an NU spring game City sports menu Here is a rundown of upcoming sports events involving Columbus city j high schools:" :;-: r Monday, April 27 TRACK & FIELD - Lake-view-Scotus boys dual at Lakeview, 4:15 p.m.; Lake-view-Scotus-Schuyler girls triangular at Memorial Stadium, 4 :30p.m. GOLF Columbus High at Fremont, dual, 4 : 30 p.m. Tuesday, April 28 TRACK & FIELD - Columbus High boys-girls host York, dual, 4: 15 p.m. GOLF Scotus-Lakeview dual at Elks Country Club, 4 p.m. Thursday, April 30 TRACK & FIELD Lake-view-Scotus boys-girls (Scotus boys reserves) at Lakeview Invite, 3:30 p.m. GOLF Scotus-Columbus High dual at Elks Country Club, 4 p.m.; Lakeview at Schuyler, dual, 4 : 30 p.m. TENNIS - Columbus High host Grand Island Central Catholic, dual, 4 p.m. Friday, May 1 TRACK & FIELD - Columbus High boys-girls host Grand Island, Norfolk, Hastings, quadrangular meet, at Memorial Stadium, 4:15 p.m.; Scotus boys at Blair Invite, 4 p.m. GOLF Columbus High at Capital City Invite, Lincoln, 9 a.m.; Lakeview at Albion, dual, 4 p.m. Saturday, May 2 TENNIS - Columbus High at Papillion Invite, 8 a.m. with a 76-yard effort late in the second quarter. That bettered the former record of 71 yards from Frank Patrick to Tom Penney in 1968. The Rodgers-Gdowski record fell in the fourth quarter when quarterback Jerry Dunlap lofted a pass over the defense to Jamie Worden, who completed an 80-yard scoring play. Dunlap then passed to Corey Grobe for two points and a 28-27 White lead with 7 : 37 to play. The Reds drove back as Knox set up his own game-winning score with a 39-yard run to the 2-yard line. Knox ended with 100 yards rushing on 13 tries. Steve Taylor scored for the Reds on a 4-yard run after Taylor hit Morgan Gregory on a 45-yard pass with 1:57 left in the half. Knox also scored on a 14-yard run following a fumble recovery by Lorenzo Hicks 14 seconds later. Jones added a 22-yard touchdown run in the second half, while Rodgers added touchdown runs of 45 and 11 yards to tie a spring game record with his 18 points. Rodgers ended with 80 yards rushing on 11 carries as he helped the Whites score their largest total against a Red squad. Track Club workout scheduled Sunday The Platte Valley Track Club will hold a practice session Sunday at Pawnee Park's Memorial Stadium. The workout will run from 2 to 4 p.m. Further registration will be held Sunday during practice, so any youngsters wishing to sign-up may -do so. Coaches will be on hand to conduct clinics for all events. The track club is preparing for its first competition of the 1987 season scheduled for Saturday, May 2 at Ralston. For more information, contact Diane Frazer at 564-9085. Columbus Aquatic Center notes The next session of American Red Cross swim lessons at the Columbus Aquatic Center begins Monday, April 27. Interested persons may register by calling 563-3222, or in person at the Aquatic Center, 1783 10th Avenue in Columbus. Classes may be cancelled if a minimum number of participants is not enrolled. The following classes will be offered this session: Beginners 4:30-5 p.m., 6:30-7 p.m. Advanced beginners 6-6 : 30 p.m. Intermediates 5-5 : 30 p.m. Toddlers 5: 30-6 p.m. Watercise classes will also be offered on the following days and times: Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 1:15 to 2:15 p.m., plus Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:45 to 7:45 p.m. Open swimming hours at the Aquatic Center are Mondays through Saturdays from 1 to 8 p.m., and Sundays from 1 to 5 p.m. Adult lap swim times have been set aside Mondays through Fridays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. 1987 National Football League draft rated mediocre for overall talent NEW YORK (AP) The 1987 NFL draft presents a lesson in one of professional football's most pervasive truths it doesn't pay to be mediocre. When representatives of the .28 teams gather at a Times Square hotel Tuesday to divide up college talent, they will find the pool similar to those in the four years since the remarkable class of 1983 that already has produced seven starting quarterbacks and 13 players who have made Pro Bowls. That means 10 or 12 outstanding players to provide immediate help for the weakest teams; another half-dozen at a second level; 50 or so in a third group and perhaps 125 more who, with nurturing, can turn into productive NFL players. And what that means is the mid-dle-of-the-pack teams may have no better chance at good players than playoff teams who have shown over the past few years a sharp eye for talent, even in the lower rounds. This year's class is led by quarterback Vinny Testaverde of Miami, the Heisman Trophy winner, who already has been signed by Tampa Bay and will be officially designated the first choice by the 2-14 Bucs when Commissioner Pete Rozelle gavels the room to order at 7 a.m. CDT. Then the Indianapolis Colts are expected to take linebacker Cornelius Bennett of Alabama, considered by some scouts the near-equal of NFL MVP Lawrence Taylor. Or the Colts might trade the choice to someone who will take Bennett. Then come perhaps 10 players who should be instant starters. They include two of Testaverde's Miami teammates, running back Alonzo Highsmith and defensive lineman Jerome Brown; defensive back Rod Woodson of Purdue, probably the best pure athlete in the draft; defensive lineman Reggie Rogers of Washington; running backs Brent Fullwood of Auburn and D.J. Dozier of Penn State; and linebackers Shane Conlan of Penn State and Mike Jun-kinofDuke. From then on, it becomes a guessing game, and could also become a trading game. The Super Bowl champion New York Giants, for example, had a record four second-round picks last year. They won't this year, but they nave enough surplus talent to deal either up or down. San Francisco has two late first-round picks and might use them to . move up for one of the top 10 players. Houston might parlay its two first-rounders into a trade for Bennett and Washington always is sure to make some sort of deal. This year's draft seems deepest in linebackers and defensive linemen and thinnest in offensive linemen. In addition to Rogers, Bennett, Conlan and Junkin, first-round talent on defense includes linemen Danny Noonan of Nebraska, Jason Buck and Sean Knight of Brigham Young and John Bosa of Boston College, and defensive end-linebacker Tony Woods of Pitt. But beyond Harris Barton of North Carolina, there are few offensive linemen that excite anyone. John Clay of Missouri is considered a monumental talent but monumental eating habits that increased his weight up to 330 pounds make him a question mark. Beyond Testaverde, there's no sure thing at quarterback, although Kelly Stouffer of Colorado State and Chris Miller of Oregon may well be taken in the first round by teams willing to gamble. Jim Harbaugh of Michigan, John Paye of Stanford and Cody Carlson of Baylor should also go in the first few rounds. The first-round running backs include Fullwood, Highsmith and Dozier and perhaps a group that includes Paul Palmer of Temple, Roger Vick of Texas A&M and Kenny Flowers and Terrence Flagler of Clemson. The most intriguing runner is Christian Okoye of Azusa Pacific, a 255-pound fullback from Nigeria who played his first football less than three years ago. Perhaps the most typical position is receiver there are eight to 10 with clear NFL talent but no stick-outs like the 1985 draft trio of Eddie Brown, AlToon and Jerry Rice. Tight end Rod Bernstine of Texas A&M figures to be a first-round choice and so do wide receivers Haywood Jeffires of North Carolina State and Ricky Nattiel of Florida.

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