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News-Record from Neenah, Wisconsin • 6

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Thursday, Nov. 6, 1980 Twin City News-Record Page 6 A 0 3 I Zephyr spikers bid for 1 it" WISAA state crown Li Last spring', the conference volleyball coaches picked us to finish fifth. That really fired us up," the Zephyrs' second year coach declared. The Menashans captured their first league title with a 13-1 record, winning their initial 12 starts, and last weekend copped a regional crown for the first time. They'll be joined in the state field by defending champion Dominican, Pius, Onalaska Lutheran, Roncalli, BY GEORGE MANCOSKY Ntwt-Rcord tports editor MENASHA Two goals accomplished, the St, Mary Central girls' volleyball team bids for an unprece-.

dented third in its first trip to the WISAA state meet at Milwaukee Lutheran High School Saturday. "Our goals were to win the conference championship and go to the state," Coach Christ Christensen said this week. SJ horn1' ft Paul Resch named to both all-FVCC units Heading for Milwaukee The St. Central High School girls' volleyball team, champion of the Fox Valley Christian Conference, will make its first WISAA state meet appearance Saturday at Milwaukee. In front, from the left, are Barb Braun, Chris Pier, Sue Simonis, Sarah Ann Hall, Beth Pier and Judy row: Karen Kramer, Amy Jeanne Pier, Maggie Hall, Eileen Schultz, Trisha Koslowski, Ellen Coach Christ Christensen.

(News-Record Steve Nadolny rifles 723 set to annex Wednesday pin honors Edgewood, Wisconsin Lutheran and Kenosha St. Joseph. Dominican, according to sen, probably has the best team in the state, public or private schools. It placed first in the Tournament of Champions, in which 'Neenah was second, earlier this season. The Menashans, however, received a break when the Knights were assigned to the opposite bracket in the state meet.

St. Mary will play its round-robin against Onalaska Lutheran, Pius and Wisconsin Lutheran and has to win two of three matches to advance to the championship tound. Christensen views Roncalli, Edge-wood and Onalaska as the weakest teams in the field. "I feel we're capable of playing with anyone in the area and state," the Zephyr coach noted. He expects the teams to be taller and quicker than those his club has been meeting in league play.

The Zephyrs may be at somewhat of a disadvantage in that they've played all of their matches against conference rivals and haven't peted in any tournaments. Christensen said he tried to get into an invitational or schedule another match to fill out the allowable 15 but wasn't able to make connections. The Zephyrs, 2-12 in 1977 and 1978, improved to 7-7 in Christensen's debut as head coach. He thought his team would have a good year but said, "I never thought we would have only one loss up to today. I thought 12-2 would win the conference;" "Our season never ended last year.

The girls went to volleyball camps and played all-summer." "Our kids are a family. They play together well, communicate well and pull for each other," Christensen said, adding that the team's greatest strength is the teams only have about three good reserves but we can go down to the whole bench." A number -of the girls have played together for three years. Senior Sarah Kitzerow is the No. I setter while Karen Kramer, a junior, who is out for the first time, is the other setter. Maggie Hall, a 4-year regular, is the top No.

1 hitter. Other hitters are Amy Coopman, a senior; junior Ellen Resch and Barb Braun, a sophomore. Ann Schultz is the top reserve hitter and Judy Ebben, the first setter to come off the bench. Freshman Ann Ha I Us used in serving situations. Other team members are Eileen Goggin, Jeanne Pier, Sue Simonis, Trish Koslowski and Chris Pier.

Maggie Hall and Resch have been hampered by injuries in recent weeks but Christensen expects Hall to be at; about 95 efficiency and Resch to be between 90 and 95. i Christensen said he doesn't substitute as much as he did last year, ferring to stay with six players so as not to break the continuity. Christensen, who played high school volleyball at Neenah High School and club volleyball at UW-La Crosse and UW-Stout, credits Neenah Coach Ken Boivinwith contributing to his success. "He got me started. Lowe a lot to him.

Our thinking and philosophies are much the same." The Zephyr coach has officiated volleyball for eight years andtje- MENASHA St. Mary Central's Paul Resch was voted to both the first team all-conference offensive and de-fensived squads by Fox Valley tian Conference coaches. Resch, a 6-0, 165-pound senior, who also was a first team selection on offense, last year, was a unanimous pick. He had 24 receptions to trail Manitowoc's Kevin Noskowiak, the other first team end pick, but his 468 yards was by far the best in the league. A year ago, he led the conference in receiving.

Hall voted top player by coaches MENASHA Maggie Hall and oach Christ Christensen were ac- rded post-season honors by Fox Valley Christian Conference girls' volleyball team coaches at their recent meeting. HalUa senior hitter, was chosen player of the year in the conference. Christensen, who brought his team from a 7-7 record last year to 13-1 and the undisputed titlethis fall, was picked as coach of theyear. Hall was the ZephyrsVlone first team selection. She also was voted to the first team last fall afterx being chosen on the second unit in hersoph-omore year.

Other first team selections were Katie Lytie, St. Joseph; Paula Eb-V ben, Xavier; Dawn Jasmer, Roncalli; Sue Schutt, Fox Valley Lutheran, and Kathy Rozek, Lourdes. Ebben and Rozek are setters; the others hitters. Hall is the only first team repeater. Lytie was on the second unit a year ago.

Eight players were named to the second unit because of a 3-way, tie in the voting for the sixth positron. Setters Sarah Kitzerow and Karen Kramer and hitter Amy Coopman were picked from the Zephyrs' team. Other second team picks were Sa- rah Gerth and Judy Faust, Lourdes; Carrie Wallander, Roncalli; Connie White, Xavier; Julie Tebo, Marinette Central. Three teams post volleyball slams NEENAH Three teams swept their opponents in the Town of Neenah Ladies- Volleyball League Wednesday night. First place Craft Connection, second placer Loehning Realty and First" National Bank of Menasha all blanked their opponents in three games.

The summaries: Twin City Beverage 2, Strohmeyer's Loehning Realty 3, Gehrt Heating Craft Connection 3, Marine National Bank Gilbert Paper 2. First National Bank of Neenah First National Bank of Menasha 3. Keller's 0. Craft Connection 14-1, Loehning Realty 9-3, Strohmeyer's 7-5, Gehrt Heating 8-7, Twin City Beverage 7-8, Neenah West 5-7, First National of Neenah 6-9, First National of Menasha 5-10, Marine National Bank 4-8, Gilbert Paper 4-8. Keller'? 3-12.

Soccer signups NEENAH The Paper Valley Soccer Club will hold registration for its winter season from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Nov. 22 at Horace Mann Junior High School. The registration fee is $2.

CO "A ft fil.O. pace the Wednesday Nite Men's League. Susie Ziepke cracked a 582; set and Chris Hildebrand rolled a 551 in the Gemini 12 League. Honors in the Astro Angels went to Judi Schaffer with a 576 while Loretta Martola slugged a 574 in the Koffee Klatsch. Other women's league highs included a 221 game by Jane Mueller in the Twin City Dolls; Jolene Boiler-man's 563 in the Hi Neighbor and a 555 by Kathy Oppelt in the More Fun Ladies.

Counts of 600 or better that led men's leagues included George Strohmeyer's 614 in the Sportsmen's and a 613 by Dave Gartzke in the Uptown Commercial Marie Haag rolled a 224 loner in the Sabre Soap Opera League! Leading totals: Regency: Bobbie Blohm 191-515, La Verne Sturgis 507, Pat Rehorst 190. Soap Opera: Marie Haag 224, Mary Ann Kunschke 508, Char Van Den Huevel 514. Valley Ladlesi Mary Jane Heller 205-547, Chris Cobb 193-545, Esther Steckler 198-533, Gloria Kallen 192-518, Linda Amdt 193-513, Maureen Althaus 193-503, Naye Jape 213. Alpha One and Wiener's Bar 27-13, Jitter's and Neenah West National 26-14. Sportsmen: George Strohmeyer 230-614, Don Schmidt 211-606, Clarence Korth 228, Don Bork 221, Mark Quinn 220, Tom Desch 219, Jim Det-tlaff 215, Dick Peterson 212, Larry Lionberger 212, Lyle Fehrman 211.

Koffee Klatsch: Loretta Martola 215-574, Gail Ash beck 200-190-536, Jennie Rudy 217-515, Mar-lene Lauer 196-515, Judy McAllister 202-191-51 9, Carta Dallman 196-518, Barb Precourt 518, Judy VandenBosch 538, Minnie Nelson 514,. Elaine Cosgrove 503, Brenda Kempf 192. Twisters 34-6, Cupcakes 29-11. HI Neighbor: Marge Reinders 191, Pearl Brantmeier 205-501, Luella Hallock 510, Lucine Erdmann 196-511, Sue Palmbach 192, Marge Bums 204, Dee Belling 207, Jolene Boilerman 202-213-563. More Fun Ladies: Kathy Oppelt 190-555, Vicki Van Oudenhoven 200-507, Helen Miller 201.

Anderson Heating 25-15, Racing Electronics 24-16, Central Brass Foundry Fox Valley Classic: Steve Nadolny 211-233-279-723, Bob Parenteau 256-212-671, Wayne Lau- WHO GIVES PEACE OF MIND SERVICE SAVINGS AFTER THE SALE? (D)uinn99 IT 340 Man Nnoti WHEN SEXVICE IS REQUIRED ON THE FOLLOWING PRODUCTS Fedders Frijidaire Hoover Kitdm-M LittN Maytat Sytrania TRAINED TECHNICIANS ARE AT YOUR SERVICE Call Daily 8:00 to 5:00 725-3241 .2412 ex. 5i. 2412 01. $45d. 12 12 oi.

cam 1 WB Kitzerow, Ebben. Back Coopman, Goggin, Ann Resch and photo) On the defensive team, he was chosen one of the three deep backs. Resch was the only first team pick but Dennis Thayer was chosen quarterback on the second unit and Steve Wilda was a second team choice at offensive guard. Thayer led the conference passers with 59 completions in 130 attempts for 1,156 yards, leading the second placer by almost 200 yards. He averaged 19.6 yards per com-, pletion and threw for 17 touchdowns, nine more than runner-up Jim Gi-rard of Lourdes.

He had nine passes intercepted. Zephyrs receiving honorable mention were Wilda, a defensive guard, Tom Schnell and Jim Heagle, linebackers, and Jim Rechner, defensive back. Rechner was a first team pick on offense last year but missed most of the season because of an ankle injury. Other first team picks on offense were Bill Donarski, and Dan Umnus, Fox Valley Lutheran, tackles; Chuck Hoefner, Roncalli, and Greg Larson, Pennings, guards; Joe Spurney, Roncalli, and Tony Ash, Marinette Central, Vtied at center; Mike Orth, Roncalli, quarterback; Rod Riehl, Foi Valley Lutheran, Dave Michels, Lourdes, and Andy Gigure, Roncalli, running backs. Defensive picks were Mike Wagner, Pennings, Russ Birschbach, Springs, and Todd Vanieuwenhoven, Premontre, ends; Donarski, Mike Trainor, Roncalli, and Mike Stibb, Springs, interior linemen; Ash, Jeff Kaftan, Pennings, and John Tringali, Roncalli, linebackers, and John RonRoncalli, and Dave Bradish, Xavier, defensive deep backs.

Michels, Stelzer and Riehl also are repeaters from a year ago. Ash, whose team was winless in eight startsxwas named defensive player of the year and Riehl repeated as the outstandingoffensive player. Ron Klestinski, who brought Roncalli from 1-7 last year to 7-1 and the championship, was picked coach of the year. BDM honor to Steve Grignon MENASHA Steve Grignon-received the coaches' award on the, Butte des Morts' ninth grade football team at an awards program at trie school Tuesday night. Other ninth grade team player awards went to Dale Phillips, best de-fensive player, and, Tony Bed-narowski, best offensive player.

Todd Veon received the seventh grade coaches' award and Rod Biech-ler and Brian Krieglstein shared the honor on the eighth grade team. Chris Lezinski received a special manager's award. Menasha High School football Coach Jim Scandin was the main Wednesday dartbaii MENASHA Wanserski's scored a 3-game sweep over Trader's and Riv-erside won two of three from Astro Lanes in the Wednesday Night Ladies Dartbaii League. Leading hitters were Dorothy Lon-tkowski. Riverside, 8-20; Rose Ta-larczyk.

Astro, 8-18; Lewandowski, Angie Konetzke and. Lois Williams, Wanserski's, all 6-17, and Delores Gawinski, Trader's, 6-18. Talarczyk and Pearl Kolasinski of Wanserski's had home runs. 1 lieves by having played the game, of ficiating and being guidance counselor at the school all have helped in his coaching. Another intangible factor has been the great fan support the team has stirred up.

Christensen said there are usually 65 or more students at home and away games and, with the parents, give the team a vocal backing. A couple of buses are expected to accompany the team to Milwaukee. terbach 213-267-670, Joe Viotto 258-224-667, Jeny Smith 221-247-657, John DeYoung 230-258-661, Mike St. Louis 221-224-21158, Bob Whit- comb 227-237-649, Keith Gehring 221-216-642, Brace Wiater 210-224-638, Mike Hritsko 247-636, Terry Tatro 216-247-624, Tim Bartelt 238 238-616, Terry Wegner 213-607, Gary Henschel 602. Larry Althaus 236-602, Bill Smith 258, Brian Burgert 226, Tom Mavroff 215, Greg Schramm 212, Ed Schreeder-ill; Gundi's Lanes 41 Bowl 11 and Viking Supper Club 117, Valley Planing Mill 116.

Uptown Commercial: Dave Gartzke 225-613, Harold Becker 211-602, Tom Wood row 211-597, Ray Roth 224-577, Dean Schreiner 213, Bernie Pozolinski 578. Gundi's Cozy Bar 23V4, Howie's Bar No. 222', Break Away 21. i Gemini 12: Darlene Techlin 505, Mary Jahnke 507, Peggy Kinney 509, "Slivers" Hildebrand 516, Shirley Stickney 214-508, Chris Hildebrand 204-551, Susie Ziepke 191-206-582. Thunder Bowl Commercial: Ron Gilkey 247-226-671, Dick Hitchcock 247-622, Bruce Court 224-621, Jim Marohn 223-223-615, Sam Clark 222-613, Bill Brandenberg 608, Clay Quick 247-584, Jay Wendt 237.

Odd Couples: Nancy Seelow 514, GarY Scott Hlldebrandt 224 225-585, Steve Kouene 210, Hank Stezenski 225. Twin City Dolls: Donna Fahrenkrug 524, Lila Hills 501, Jane Mueller 221-508, Carol Mentz 501, Yvonne Gregorius 500, Wyn Schmitting 200. Astro Angels: Judi Schaeffer 204-576, Hank Schroeder 513, Sandi Blohm 526, Elsie Johnson 506. Wednesday Nite Men: Dick Underwood 218-235-629, Frank Koemer 235-245-617, John Podolski 253-585. Wayne Engel 244-612, Allen Mentz 213-575, Randy Sachtjen 593, Jerry Resch 221, Joe Liebel 226, Dave- Gmirek 214, Dennis Boetter 218-588, Russ Cross 216405, Reggie Johnson 233, Dick Walbrun 225-580, Ken Walbrun 223, Tim Hanig 212-509.

Sixty Plus: John Wulterkens 234-591, Hans Schoepel 202, Harold Fitzgibbon 216-547, Cliff Englebert 213-548, Moe Coenen 200-216-571, Jerry Lamers 211-515, Emil Krenke 521, Ken Smith 512, Lou Chuov 202-532, Harry Wulterkens 207-546, Lloyd Schreiber 201-573, Art Van Eperen 212. Ol 01 I OOJoaa TOOL DEPT. fsciluiiiiy ovr70 brond nonM monufocturrs KRUEGER TRUE VALUE HARDWARE HAMMERS (12-16-20-22 oz.) Featuring Estwing, famous for over 50 years of quality and satisfaction. 26 PATTERNS IN STOCK Leather Grips Vinyl Grips Carpenter's Claw Carpenter's Straight Mason's Hammers Drilling Hammers Drywall Hammers Roofer's Hammer Prospector Pickaxe Sportsmen's Axes NEENAH-MENASHA Steve Nadolny led Wednesday's Twin City assault on the bowling pins by rapping a 723 count in the Fox Valley Classic League at Lakeroad Lanes. Nadolny opened with a modest 211, fired 233 in his second line and closed with a 279.

Bob Parenteau slammed 256-671, Wayne Lauterbach 267-670, Joe Viotto 258-667, Jerry Smith 667, John De Young 258-661, Mike St. Louis 658, Bob Whitcomb 649, Keith Gehring 642, Bruce Wiater 638, Mike Hritsko 636 and Bill Smith 258. The Gundi's Lanes team, hammered a 1,158 single on its way hra 3,173 threesome." Ron Gilkey clouted a 671 threesome to head the Thunder Bowl Commercial League. Dick Hitchcock was next with a 622. Dick Underwood crashed a 629 set and John Podolski belted a 253 solo to TIME OUT! "How 4o you point Usually on their hunting trips they stay in the cabin playing caTtls!" 11, and Scott Scovronski, 12.

The best girls' total was turned in by Kristy Whitcomb, winnerpf the 10-year old age division, with197 points. Other winners included Krista Stark, Theresa Marks, Amy Paveletzke, 11, and Cindy Brux, 13. There were no 12-year old entries and only one in the 11 and 13 divisions. The first contest attracted 96 participants. The results: Boys' 8: 1.

David Corson 128; Jason Maslow 123, Jonathon Gatza 116. Girls' 8: 1. Krista Stark 71, Tracy Garrod 37, Betsy Ottow 29. Boys' 9: 1. Aaron Casper 178; 2.

B.J. Van Vreede 237; 3. Jamie Jurgella and Al Synowicz 132.5. Girls' 9: Theresa Marks 2. Wendy VanZummJten 99.5; 3.

Melissa John 52. Boys' 10: 1. Lance Robinson Randy Si-pin 190.5; 3. Andy Becker 183.5. Girls' 10: 1.

Kristy Whitcomb 197; 2. Molly Prasler 149.5; 3. Katy Massey 72. Boys' 11: 1. Kurt Woelffer 11 212; 1 Brad Knoll 204.5; 3.

Allen Nett and Kent Rohde204. Girls' 11: 1. Amy Paveletzke Boys' 12: 1. Scott Scovronski 205.5 2. Mike Knoll 202; 3.

Matt John 196. Boys' 13: 1. Steve Nett 283.5; 2. Rod Biechler 255.5; 3. Keith Rohde 249.5.

Girls' 13: 1. Cindy Brux 83. Old Milwaukee. Hamm's Kingsbury. Edelweiss.

RC Diet Rite Nett leads Menasha PPK MENASHA Steve Nett, winner of the boys' 13 division, posted the top score of 283.5 points in the Menasha. Park and Recreation Department's recent pass, punt and kick competition at Calder Stadium. Nett scored 111 points in the punting category, 116 passing and 56.5 in kicking. Other boys' division winners were David Corson, Aaron Casper, Lance Robinson, 10; Kurt Woelffer, i iv, m.Mafs I NflNAH 999 WINNECONNE NEENAH, WISCONSIN PHONE 722-1 588 OpMMyt-9 Sal. -5; Sun.

9-2 Gridders honored Honors were accorded members of the Butte des Morts Junior High School football team at ah awards program Tuesday night. From the left are Dick Retzlaff, ninth grade coach; "Tha Star Thmt Brought Lw Mm fo Mtm Twin OHmt" 230 Main Nrtoh Plenty of RE! PARKING al Sid Door of Stor Tony FJednarowski, outstanding back; Dale Phillips, outstanding lineman, and Steve Grignon, recipient of the coaches' award. (News-Record photo).

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