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Weyenberg, Hupp, Brussxgain Page AAonday, Nov. 9, 1981 Twin CHV Hows-Roeord FVA swim titles Marv Krukowski, Peggy Potratz 7: --'Bjm- i NEENAH-MENASHA Appleton West garnered its sixth straight team championship and Twin City girls copped first in three individual events in the sixth annual Fox Valley Association swimming meet at Appleton Saturday. The Terrors bested Oshkosh North 305Vi to 295 to take the team crown. Appleton East edged Neenah 222-220 for third place. Oshkosh West was 11 i5 1 :4 IMSjkVr, 6.1 ve u-- r-i i) State champions Karen Kramer, Ann Kramer, Beth Pier and Amy Noll.

Standing: Coach Christ Christensen, Jeanne Pier, Ann Schultz, Mary Kersten, Ann Hall, Barb Braun and Ellen Resch. (News-Record photo St. Mary Central's volleyball team gave the school its first state championship in 21 years when it placed first in the WISAA Class tournament in the Menasha Fieldhouse Saturday. Kneeling, from the left, are Chris Pier, Sue Simonis, Schultz chosen mvp' on state champions which was announced today. Ann Schultz, senior hitter, was chosen the most valuable player on the squad and also was named to all-league team along with setter Karen Kramer.

Ellen Resch was selected to the second all-conference squad. Schultz, who missed being a unanimous choice by one vote, was the 14th player on last year's team but worked her way into a starting berth this fall. Senior Sue Simonis was chosen most improved player on the squad and Jeanne Pier received the coaches' award. Coach Christ Christensen announced that Barb Braun and Chris Pier have been elected next year's co- fifth with 135 and Menasha finished sixth with 121. First nlaces went in Neenah's Judv Hupp and Stefanie Brass and Wendy Wevenberg of the Blueiavs Hupp, who as a freshman and, sophomore won the 100 captured her third title in the event with a 1:03.874, edging Oshkosh West's Robin Lewellyn, who had a 1:03.918.

Hupp didn't compete for Neenah last year because she was Jiving in Mexico. Bruss, a freshman, took the 500 freestyle in 5:36.541. Chris Boese of Oshkosh North was second in 6:36.666 and Menasha's Carin La Count was third in 5:41.182. Boese and La Count also are freshmen. Weyenberg, also a ninth grader, swam to first place in the 100 breaststroke in 1:13.190.

Patti Krueger of Appleton East and Appleton West's Patti Murphy tied for second place, more tlwui three seconds off Weyenberg's pace in 1:16.073. Hupp finished second to Appleton West's Claire Foster in the 200 individual medley (2:17.591 to Weyenberg was runnerup to Foster in the 100 butterfly (1:00.937 to 1 03.408) -and Bruss garnered second in the 200 freestyle behind Boese (2:03.024 to La Count was third for another one-two-three freshman finish. Hupp, in both of her events, and Bruss, in the 200 freestyle, broke school records they had held previously. Neenah's Kathy Bubolz finished second in diving to Mary Kapheim of Appleton East. Bubolz scored 344.30 points to 431.80 for Kapheim.

The Rockets' Jan Jesse was fifth. Menasha diver Colleen Stark injured her foot and was treated at the hospital. The Neenah medley relay team of Hupp, Kelly Henderson, Buss and Sue Neubauer placed, fourth. The best Twin City finish in the 50 freestyle was a seventh by Neenah's Anne Nuttall. She alsp led local participants in the 100 freestyle with a fifth place.

Neenah's freestyle relay team of NM kickers on oll-FVA squad NEENAH-MENASHA Five players from champion Neenah and two from Menasha have been named to the Fox Valley Association's first all-conference soccer team. Neenah players chosen were Omar Atassi, Dean Heran, John Thomas, John Konsek and Tom Boelter. Bluejays selected were Jeff Keen and Dave Henseler. Others on the squad are Steve Macintosh, Appleton East; Dick Haukka, Appleton West; Thomas Endere, Oshkosh West, and Dan Burns, Kimberly. Named to the second team were Neenah's Eric Mc-Kown, Bob Hans and Tom Smead and Menasha's Mike Jackson.

Others on the second team were Clete Gerharz, Tom Cops and Dave Hueller, Kimberly; Matt Dou'glas, Appleton West, and Pete Fritzell and Steve Krause, Appleton East. Atassi and Heran are all-conference picks in 1979 and 1980 when the Rockets playsd in the Woodlands High School Soccer League and Konsek and Keen were selected last fall. Mary Kay Riedi cracks 605 for Weekend honors Beth Neer and Nuttall placed second in 4:07.854. Oshkosh North won in 4:04.826. Menasha's Debbie Stepanski, Jennie Anderson, Sue Morrison and Amy Flanders placed fourth'.

Neenah Coach Mike Schuelke said it was a good meet for most of the Rockets, who came close to or exceeded their previous best times. Menasha Coach Bob La Count said the meet went as he had expected althnnoh he had honed the Javs might edge Oshkosh West for fifth Dlace. He was impressed by the first, second and third place finishes of the freshmen swimmers in several events. Ths Twin City teams are idle until next Saturday when they compete in the WIAA sectional, hosted by Ashwaubenon. in the UW-Green Bay pool.

Medley relay: 1. Appleton West; 2. Oshkosh North; 3. Appleton East; 4. Neenah; 5.

Oshkosh West; 6. Appleton West; 7. Menasha; 8. Apple-ton East; 9. Oshkosh North; 10.

Oshkosh West; 11. Menasha; 12. Neenah. Time-1 :57.965. 200 freestyle: 1.

Boese, ON; 2. Bruss, 3. La Count, 4. "aughn, ON; 5. Vanevenhoven, AW; 6.

Hill, AW; 7. Krukowski, 8. Uecker, AE; 9. Neubauer, 10. Trickel, OW; 11.

Harmon, OW; 12. McKibben, ON. 200 individual medley: 1. Foster, AW; 2. Hupp, 3.

Kading, AE; 4. Jaeger, ON: 5. Graves, AW; 6. Henderson, 7. Corrigan, 8.

Fogtman, ON; 9. Spindler, OW; 10. Anderson, 11. Conger, ON; 12. Martin, OW.

50 freestyle: 1. R. Lewellyn, OW; 2. Peterson, AW 3. Hess, OW 4.

Samuels, AE; K. Lewellyn, OW; 6. Wallace, ON; 7. Nuttall, Hartung, AW; 9. Krueger, AE; 10.

Langner, AE; 11. Johnston, AW, 12. Stepanski, M. Diving: 1. Kapheim, AE; Bubolz, 3.

Hansen, ON; 4. MacDonald, AW; 5. Jesse, 6. Wurzer, AE; 7. Jorgensen, AE; 8.

Stevens, ON; 9. Michels, OW; 10. Keating, 11. Davis, ON; 12. Wagner, OW.

431.80 points. 100 butterfly: 1. Foster, 2. Weyenberg, 3. Kading, AE; 4.

Fogtman, ON: 5. Jaeger, ON: 6. Vanevenhoven, AW; 7. Wallace, ON; 8. Kolitsch, AW; 9, Krukowski, 10.

Potratz, 11. Schmidt, AE; 12. Tellock, AE. 100 freestyle: 1. Peterson, AW; 2.

Hess, ON; 3. Nussbaum, AW; 4. Samuels, AE; 5. Nuttall, 6. Barker, ON: 7.

K. Lewellyn. OW; 8. Hartung, AW; 9. Pickett, AE; 10.

Anderson, 11. MacDonald, OW 12. Vick, N. 500 freestyle: 1. Bruss, 2.

Boese, ON; 3. La Count, 4. Hill, AW; 5. Neubauer, 6. Uecker, AE; 7.

Harmon, OW; 8. Trickel, OWr 9. McKibben, OW; 10. Young, AW; 11. Hemling, AE; 12.

Graves, AW.Time-5:36.541. 100 backstroke: 1. Hupp, 2. R. Lewellyn, OW; 3.

Pickett, AE; 4. Graves, A J. Nussbaum, AW; 6. Vaughn, ON; 7. Corrigan, 8.

Barker, OW; 9. Nielson. OW; 10. Saunders, AW; 11. Duerr, AE; 12.

Morrison, M. Time-1 :03.874. 100 breaststroke: Weyenberg, 2. Krueger, AE, and Murphy, AW; 4. J.

Fogtman, ON; 5. Erickson, AE; 6. Kolitsch, AW; 7. K. Fogtman, ON; 8.

Henderson, 9, Schuh, AE; 10. Spindler, OW; 11. Winninghoff, OWi 12. Martin, OW. Freestyle relay: 1.

Oshkosh 'North; 2. Neenah; 3. Appleton West; 4. Menasha; 5. Appleton East; 6.

Oshkosh West; 7. Appleton West; 8. Oshkosh West; 9. Appleton East; 10. Neenah; 11.

Menasha; 12. Oshkosh West. Time-4: 04.826. TIME OUT! "Sponsors are wrecking the game with their crass Cheslock, Bill and Paul Ebben, Mark Dietz, Manderfield, Mike O'Connell, Rohde, Jim Rohe, Ropella, Schnell, Kurt Swiecichowski7 and Chuck Weiss. Bolwerk and Peggy Klarner received four-year letterman awards on the tennis team.

Miller and Peggy Cummings earned their third awards. Other letter winners were Ann Gollner, Recker, junior, and Ann Griffith, sophomore. Gollner was nosen the most improved player ixi the team. Bolwerk received the most valuable player honor for the third straight year. She played No.

1 the last three years. Coach Kip Whitlinger said the seniors had a combined career record of 78-40. "We had a marvelous season," Whitlinger said, noting that the two losses inthe 7-2 record were to state champion St. Joseph Academy. He said the goal was to be No.

2 and the team accomplished that in the sectional, earning a state meet berth. Meier, who played goalie as well as on the field, was selected as the most valuable player on the soccer squad for the second year. Jeff Quigley was selected the most improved player and Meier and Bob Houlihan were co-captains. Coach Ben Bavinck noted that Meier and Carlos H'asbun 'were named to the all-Fox Valley Christian Conference team and that Hasbun was an all-Woodlands Conference selection. Soccer letter winners were Kurt Andrews, Chris Bartz, Kim Chouinard, Andrew, Mike and Pat II A J- Jrl ished the round-robin with 9-1 records and a one-game playoff resulted.

St. Mary took a 4-0 lead and later was ahead 7-4 but then fell behind 14-7. Onalaska never was able to serve the winning 15th point and St. Mary closed with the final nine for the vic tory, the ie Zephyrs toppled Manitowoc Lutheran 15-7, 15-7 in their first match but then split with Onalaska. They fell behind 6-0 and 14-2 in the first game and lost 15-6.

The Menashans built up a 9-0 lead in the second and eventually copped 15-3 to square the series'. Neither team lost a match after that. Zephyrs easily handled Northwestern Prep, Shoreland Lutheran and Burlington St. Mary. The match against Burlington was the final and St.

Mary had to win both games to tie Onalaska, which had finished its schedule in the previous round. The scores were 15-4, 15-5. Menasha football dinner set Nov. 19 MENASHA -r- The Menasha HigH Jjehool football team will be honored at a dinner at 6:30 p.m. Nov.

19 at the Countryaire. Tickets, priced at $6.25, may be purchased from noon to 4:30 p.m. during school days at the high school attendance office. The deadline is Nov. 14.

The dinner is open to the public. PC. WHILE QUANTITIES LASTII NEENAH PHONE 722-1588 Sat. S-5i fcm. 9-2 captains.

Ellen Resch captained this season's team. Letters were awarded to Karen Kramer, Simonis, Jeanne Pier, Schultz and Resch, seniors; Mary Kersten, Beth Pier, Chris Pier and Braun, juniors, and Amy Noll, Ann Kramer and Ann Hall, sophomores. Braun and Resch were awarded players for earning three letters. Christensen said the in Class stands for best and believing. The Zephyrs, to achieve the school's first title since Coach Ralph McClone's- basketball squad took' WCIAA honors at Milwaukee in 1960, had to come up with an incredible comeback to win the title.

They and Onalaska Luther both fin Dick DeBroux 234, Larry Olson 226. Tic Toe: Dave Gmirek 225-236-643, Blanche Van Oudenhoven 233-516. Birdcage: Ken Shukoski 214-590, Dan Olson 225, Jane Gordon 543, Betty Olson 197-501, Dawn Kluba 197, Audrey Thums 192, Mark ointner 210, Uuane Anderson 582. Thunder Bowl Auto: Don Remmei 234-591. Shirl Long 220-527.

Menasha Men: Doug Wiatrowski 228-240433, Ralph Sipin 212. Home Plate 27-9, Greenville Heating and Sheet Metal 26-10, Cozy Bar 24-12. 'Atlantic Fish: Scott Hawkinson 224-610, Roger Walbrun 210-575. Suckers 674, Chinook 1,897. Suckers and Chinooks 10-5, Dolphins, Minnows and Blow Fish 807.

6 MENASHA Honors continued to pour in for St. Mary Central High School's first state championship team in 21 years. The Zephyrs, who defeated Ona-laskaOXuther 16-14 in a one-game playoff, for the state WISAA Class volleyball title here Saturday, will be honored at a program at 7 p.m. today in the high school gym. The program, which is open to students, parents and friends, will be followed by a social hour in the cafeteria.

Individual and team awards were presented at the fall sports awards dinner Sunday night and several players were named, to the all-Fox Valley Christian Conference team Grafton spears 'Colder' finale MENASHA Grafton outscored West De Pere 17-3 in a WIAA Division II semi-final playoff game in the season's finale at Calder Stadium Saturday afternoon. The Blackhawks took a 3-0 halftime lead on a 24-yard field goal by Brian McCarthy late in the second period. They added touchdowns on a 49-yard pass play and a one-yard run in the third and fourth quarters, respectively. West De Pere's Pat Hockers ran 82 yards on the first play of the third quarter but the touchdown was nullified by a penalty. The Phantoms tallied their only touchdown with 3:20 left in the game.

Grafton now meets Whitewater, a last-second-14-13 winner over New Berlin Eisenhower, in next weekend's championship game. Had West De Pere won, the title game would have been played here. Also, had Oconto Falls (which was routed by Mosinee 48-0) won its game, the Division IV finale also probably would have been played at Calder Stadium. Schnell Goggin, Greg Hehnes, John Hoffman, Houlihan, Meier, Mike Murphy, Mark Murray, Dan O'Bright, Dave Olson, Jeff Quigley, Tim Spalding, Chris Plaisance and Hasbun. Bavinck pointed out that the Zephyrs had a respectable 6-4 record and tied for second in the conference with 4-4.

They missed a playoff berth because the other teams had a better goals scored record. Aaron Holbrook was voted the most improved player on the cross country team and Jim Cummings was named captain. Cummings and Stan Barker received three-year letterman plaques. Letter winners were Paul Weber, Hubley, Barker and Cummings, seniors; Holbrook and Brian Goldsmith, juniors, and Jeff Gilmore, sophomore. Doug Meier, who lettered in football last year, was chosen most valuable player on this year's golf team and captain of next year's squad.

Senior Kevin Peterson was selected as the most improved player while other lettermen were Jeff Walbrun, Dave LaFond and Brian Hirschman, seniors, and Scott Van De Hey, junior. Coach Wayne Mannebach said the Zephyrs had a 7-6 varsity record while the jayvees were 5-6. Guest speaker at Sunday's fete, which was attended by 350 people, was Rudy Gaddini, Milton College football coach. Gaddini, who played for Michigan State in ths Rose Bowl, coached the Zephyrs' Simonsen at Milton. Dan Goggin was master of Zephyrs honor SCREWDRIVER SET NEENAH-MENASHA Mary Kay Riedi clubbed a 605 women's honor count in the Lakeroad Sunday Night Baseball Mixed League for weekend bowling honors.

Riedi included singles of 212 and 202 her top threesome. Men's honors went to Barney Hollinbeck with a 681 in the Friday Industrial Men's League. 4 The circuit also produced a 633 set by Dave Davidson. Larry Althaus walloped a 662 threesome to capture honors in the Lakeroad Mixed Beer League. Doug Wiatrowski jolted a 633 count in the Menasha Men's League.

Dave Gmirek's 643 trio led the men and a 233 game by Blanche Van Oudenhoven took women's honors in the Tic Toe Mixed League. Bob Ostimer registered a 627 set to pace the Thunder Bowl Friday Goodfellowship wheel. Steve Krenz hit'a 613.. 1 Renee Stockmri and Sue Hoerning both slammed 572 sets and Arlene Boelter clubbed a 223 loner for a three-way tie for Friday Nite Pinups honors. Boelter closed with a 567 and Sandy Dunham posted a 552.

Among the other leading counts were 616 by Jeff Huffman in the Thunder Bowl Couples Beer; Scott Hawkinson's 610 in the Atlantic Fish Mixed and 220 game by Shirl Long in ths Thunder Bowl Auto Mixed. Mary Boegh posted an all-spare game of 184 in the Thunder Bowl Couples Beer League. Nlghtclubbers: Jerry Schraa 219-589, Paul Bames 226, Ann Krambs 200-511, Lynn rasher 214, Carol Shimek 205. Friiay Cocktail: Rick Tollefson 525, George Strohmeyer 190, Dave Baker 190, Rosemary Baker 206-504, Cathy Dethardt 191. Stura-pflifters 17-3, Mai Tais and Coasters 12-8.

Thunder Bowl Football: Dave Mix 245-599, Stan Gossett 232, Charles Rosenow 210, Mary Hinchley 219-546, Chris Popp 521, Julie Peters 504, Gail Gossett 190. Lions Friday Industrial: Jack Ahrens 222-603, Barney Hollinbeck 232-681, Brian Urban 211, Greg Deiner 211-595, Bob Kohls 234-594, Butch Stockman 221, Jack Zetlmer 240-598, Dave Davidson 23fr633. Hewitt's 25-11, Bergstrom's 22-14, Auto Parts 21'-14. SL Margaret Mary: Joe Veeser 248-590, Betty Quinn 479, Helen Stolla 197. Friday Pinups: Renee Stockman 213-212-572, Sue Hoerning 191-204-572, Arlene Boelter 223-567, Sandy Dunham 193-204-552, Irene DeHate 527, Helen McKibben 197-525, Sarah Rhoades 211-510, Arvis Thompson 501, Elaine Hartfiel 501, Pam Olson 191, Nancy Erickson 194.

Lakeroad Beer: Larry Althaus 248462, Sue Ogden 201-508. Saturday Cocktail: Jerry Johnson 223-563, Jackie Spilski 198-529. Lakeroad Mixed: Dick Toeppler 210-563, Judy Kuehne 194-486, Diane Hildebrandt 191. Lakeroad Baseball: Ron Warber 210, Jim Riedi 569, Mary Kay Riedi 212-202-605, Sue Schuelke 516, Phyllis Klee 200. Friday OndfeUowsMp: Bob Ostimer 219-212-627, Bill Schaffer 246.

Bob Collar 224, Steve Krenz 221-613, Scott Grosskopf 210-213401. Lloyd Delveaux 222, Keith Grosskopf 222. Wayne Steffen 222, Chris Fissel 212. John Kohl 210, Steve Blank 210, Jim Groff 210. Thunder Bowl Beer: Jeff Huffman 223-616, MENASHA Tom Schnell, chosen the outstanding lineman in the Fox Valley Christian Conference, was honored as the most valuable player on the St.

MaVy Central football team at a dinner for the fall sports squads at Darboy Sunday night. Other most valuable player honors went to Don Meier, soccer; Ted Hubley, cross country; Doug Meier, golf, and Kristi Bolwerk and Mary Miller, tennis. Schnell, a senior, was a unanimous choice at offensive end on the first FVCC squad and he made the second defensive unit at linebacker. He led the conference with 43 receptions and had 46 for the season. Other football awards went to Paul Manderf ield, most valuable lineman Todd Cheslock, most valuable back, and Paul Ropella, most improved player.

Schnell and Rohde received three-year letterman plaques. Rohde was voted to the first all-conference team at defensive halfback and Cheslock and Bill Ebben were accorded second team defensive line berths. Ropella tied in the voting for second team at quarterback. Simonsen said the Zephyrs were about four points away from a winning season. They had a 3-6 record but lost two-point decisions to Roncalli and Xavier.

Simonsen the team had to learn to make the big play, such as the interception, the pass reception, fumble recovery or extra effort for a first down. No letters were awarded at the dinner. Seniors on the squad were Features precision tips ideal for eyeglass and jewelry repairs, hobbies and crafts. Swivel heads let you hold screw securely as you turn blades. regular and 1 Phillips tip, made of chromed steel, in plastic storage case.

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