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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 17

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THE BAYTOWJN SUN Sunday, August 30, 1987 3-B REL volleyball team splits matches at La Porte event LA PORTE - Robert E. Lee's varsity volleyball team split two matches Friday in the La Porte Tournament. The Ganders defeated Houston Sterling 15-6,15-8 and lost to Spring Branch Memorial 13-15 15-5, 15-13. Nelda Navar was the team's high-point server against Sterling with nine. Raquel Hart served for eight points. Jackie Gregersen served for eight points against Memorial, with Krista Bosse serving for seven points. The Ganders will return to action Thursday at home against Santa Fe. The 1987 home- opening match is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Bus routes announced . Bus transportation will be provided for Ross S. Sterling and Robert E. Lee students participating in extracurricular activities this school year. Transportation for Sterling students will be available at the conclusion of practice sessions. ! Buses will load at 3 p.m. in front , of Winnie Brown Gymnasium ;and transport students to neighborhood areas. Buses for Lee students will leave the transportation department at 7 a.m. They will transport students to the Lee campus for morning practice sessions. Bus stops on each route are as follows: Bus No. 1 — 1. San Jacinto Elementary; 2 Bayway Drive at North Street: 3. Travis Elementary, 4. Rollingbrook Place; 5. Garth and Northwood; 6 Schilling at North Pruett; 7. Lamar Elementary. Bus No. 2—1. North Main and Stewart: '2. North Main and Midway; 3. Chaparral and Massey- Tompkins. 4. Massey-Tompkins and Crosby-Cedar Bayou; 5. Cedar Bayou Road and Mi-Casa Apartments, 6. Cedar Bayou Junior: 7 Kilgore and Ward. SPORTS BRIEFS Bus No. 3—1. Texas Avenue (Woolco parking lot); 2. Kilgore and Wright Boulevard; 3. Kilgore and James; 4. Ward and Beaumont; 5. North Main and Sterling. Pena's season complete TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Tucson infielder Bert Pena has been suspended without pay for the rest of the Pacific Coast League baseball season. Toros manager Bob Didier said Friday. "He's suspended. We have nothing else to say." said Didier, adding that the move was a joint decision between the Class AAA team and the parent Houston Astros and details were to be kept "within the family." Pena, a 27-year-old shortstop with seven years tenure with the Toros, said the problem started before Thursday night's game here against Phoenix when he questioned Didier's lineup. According to Pena. he was promised by Houston officials that he'd be Tucson's starting third baseman when he was sent down by the Astros in July. In the last two games, however. Didier had benched Pena and used Jim Pankovits — a .3-14 hitter — at third base. When Didier had Pena. a .221 hitler, starting at third on Thursday night, Pena questioned the previous lineup changes, was promptly pulled from the lineup again and then refused to play. Gymnastics classes set Gymnastics classes will be offered to youths this fall at Baytown YMCA. Classes will range in skill development from walking and grasping objects to highly competitive floor routines and tumbling. Children ages 18-36 months may participate in a parent-tot class to introduce gross motor skills, sharing and peer play. Classes can be taken from 10 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. on Mondays or Wednesdays. Children in the age 3-4 group can participate in a mighty- mites class, which will introduce music, basic tumbling skills, interaction and confidence building through movement. These classes will meet from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Mondays or Wednesdays. Parent-tot and mighty-mite classes will begin Sept. 14. Class sessions will last four weeks, with members paying a monthly fee of S10. Associate members will pay S15. Mothers who wish to participate in the San Jacinto Mall fitness program can enroll their children in the Kids in Motion class scheduled for the mall fitness center. Children age 2-5 will meet from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Saturdays. Class content will include dancing, tumbling, exercising, story telling and acting. A monthly fee of S15 for members and S20 for associate members will be charged, with a drop-in fee being charged for children not enrolled. Beginning with Tiny Tot Tumbling, ages 3-5 and depending on a gymnast's skill level, several classes will be taught which involve the balance beam, bars, tumbling, vault and rings. Other than beginners and intermediate levels, a referral from a YMCA gymnastics coach is required for placement on the open, show or team levels. These classes will begin at 2 p.m. and run throughout the afternoon. All classes from Tiny Tot Tumbling through team levels will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays. .Members must pay a monthly fee of S20 and associate members must pay S35. For more information, call the YMCA at 427-1797. TOURm V R LU\1\ERS- UP THE BAYTOWN Seniors sofiball team recently placed second In a H-team tournament at Irving. The squad is comprised of (from left, front row) EJ. Chamblee, M.G. Bussa, Al Riecfc, Cowboy Hartlelb, Doug Adams, Johnny Ellender; (middle row) S.O. Durham, Bob Lang, R.E. Wilson, Jerry Witt, Tommle Jones; (top row) Houston Schweitzer, Carl Collins, Jeff Vlereck, Jack Teltord and Tom Lamb. Not present are Ernest Haney and Hock Butcher. (Sun staff photo by Angle Bracey) Crosby features new coach; Channelview seeks playoffs From Page l-B merit in Jasper and is scheduled to play Dayton at next week at home. CROSBY Crosby finds itself with a new coach. Former Coach Darla \lerrill left the school during the summer and Anthony Anderson has taken over the leadership chores. "We should have a pretty good team this year," he said. "1 am optimistic about the season." Anderson said he's had no difficulty picking up where Merrill left off. "It was just a matter of getting to know the players." he said. Some of the players he expects to have good seasons are Laura Roper and Rachel LaChappclle. "They are two excellent setters," Anderson said. Psyra Bivens and Michelle Williams should also contribute to the Cougar cause in District KM A East Zone. ' "I am impressed with how they have played this year." Anderson said. "We are going to be a much-improved team." HUFFMAN HARGRAVE While Huffman lost many of its players to graduation. Coach Karen Peddy sees her team to be in contention in District 20-3A. "People don't expect this team to be strong because we lost six starters." Peddy said. "On the whole, this team is going to be a defensive team. They are real good at scrapping and digging up the ball." Senior Tracy Gregory is one returning starter who Peddy hopes will help. Amy Erick is also back from last season. Seniors Kim Morris and Shannon Gardner should help on offense, while Julie Moore and April Strong should be lop defensive players on the team. "We are hoping for the best," Peddy said. CHANNELVIEW Having to fill the shoes of last season's top volleyball player in the state is the task Channelview Coach John Turner has ahead of him. Kim Rice, who was voted Miss Volleyball by the Texas Volleyball Coaches Association last year, graduated and is attending Lamar University. While Flice's talents, which led the Falcons to a berth in the area playoffs, are gone Turner said he may have several people who can fill her shoes. "It is going to be tough." Turner said. "But 1 think we have a couple of girls who can do it." He is looking to improve Chan- nclview's 24-6 record of last season. Six returning players and three returning starters are the foundation of the team. "We hope'to have a pretty good year." Turner said. "The girls had a great offseason and are looking strong. All that is lacking is some leadership." Turner looks for Helena Jones. Vicki Gonzalez and Susan Hyder to enjoy strong seasons. "If we get some leadership, we can probably repeat in the playoffs and go further. like to regional and state," Turner said. Harris eliminated in amateur tourney After winning his second- round match, Baytown's Keith Harris was eliminated from competition Friday in the 87th United States Amateur Golf Championship at Jupiter, Fla. Miles McConnell of Tampa. Fla., defeated Harris 2 and 1 in the third round of match play competition. Earlier in the day, Harris beat Tom Cole of Fremont, Calif., 6 and 5. Despite the loss, Harris, a student at McNeese State University, finished the tournament among the top 16 golfers. Two-time champion Jay Sigel won second- and third"round matches to reach the quarterfinals of the event. Sigel, winner of the tourney in 1982 and 1983, defeated U.S. Public Links champion Kevin Johnson 3 and 2 in the morning and David White of Conroe 2- up in the afternoon. Quarterfinal pairings set for GOLF Saturday were Sigel of Berwyn, Pa., vs. Eric Rebmann of Plantation, Fla.; Scott Gump of Merritt Island, Fla., vs. Chris Webb of Shreveport, La.: McConnell vs. Bill. Mayfair of Phoenix, Ariz.; and Robert McNamara of Frankfort, Ky., vs. Stephen Ford of Melbourne, Fla. Strange leads Series AKRON, Ohio (AP) — Curtis Strange has himself in position to win the lucrative World Series of Golf. Strange, a two-time winner this season, was delighted to talk about the 12 one-putts that provided him with a 66 and the second-round lead in the World Series of Golf Friday. "Any time 1 shoot 66 at Firestone, I have to make a lot of putts," Strange said after opening up a two-shot lead at the halfway point of the chase for a $144,000 first prize. 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