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Sec. A - Pg. 9A Hadan, IA, News-Advertiser Sat. room., March 25, 1989 Area schedule .. GIRLS TRACK H me=day, March 28 r ..... arian Community in trian ula at At- (4 p.m.) g T BOYS TRACK Haran Ulay, March 28 C,-,.-.- nrnunity in triangular -,w t4 P.m.) at IrWin native is Wayne St. golfer David Heilesen is a member of the ) this spring, Coach Arnie White. will be com- golf team at since the sport was =n 1980. The Wildcats golf season March 19 at a graduate of Irwin- :hool. boys' team coming 1989 team next Wednes- In addition to nam- each to a first and , the Player of the Year Underclassmen first team. _ plays at Win. Penn - Jill Con- Shelby-Tennant starter return- Penn College softball team this hit .275 with 13 play last w.as named to the first hitter. Ce opened play ntral Methodist in He.00minger s=x-player contest - Three recently selected to ;annual Six-on-Six 1 All-Star Game to , April 1 Shannon Kite, Jennings guard Sara among the roster will not play ' aconflict The only Iowa player is Becky be Gall Chuck Bred- Tom Smith Center. be divided up as prior to the is the roster for the i Anderson, Yen- Lake; Barb Jennings, Tri- Kite, Elk Horn- Alisa Providence; Center-Rake- Kim Van- Williams, Garnavillo; Angk Harlan nton; Heidi Schmitt, North Tama; to SB MO - Lisa an from Earling,is 'of the Northwest softball was a ,too. softball team Only four from that only player the roster. plays at Dana Cami Chris- )ball- of the team this began their daughter of of HCHS coming off runner-up finish in H-8 - Sprints should be Cyclones' stre.ngth After several seasons of struggle to stay in the upper division of the Hawkeye Eight track meet, the Cyclones were back near the top in 1988. They finished first or second in most of the meets they competed in that season. It remains to be seen whether the HCHS thinclads can stay at that level this season though. Coach Curt Bladt has a talented senior class to work with but there are several holes remaining to be filled. Depth won't be a bonus either with the fewest numbers out in many years, just 47. To compound matters, the conference is loaded with talent. "We had a few kids that didn't go out that could have helped us but the numbers don't really concern me," he said. "It's easier working with this number. Any return from the 400 and 800-meter relay teams that were among the top few in Southwest Iowa last year. Although half of those outstanding relays are missing, Coach Bladt hopes that Todd Gross will step in to fill one of the spots. The other will be filled by Duane Brus, Kenyon DeHaan or Cohen Johnson. All except Johnson are seniors. Another outstanding senior this season is Curt Schulte in the hurdle events. He qualified for the state meet in the l l0- meter hurdles and is a strong 400 hurdler as well. It won't be easy for Schulte to win meets this year despite his reputation in those events. Several quality hurdlers re- turn in the Hawkeye Eight. Bladt commented, "Curt should have a good year but it depends a lot on how much he works at it. There are a lot of good people in the hurdles this year so he can't expect to just show up and win." One school record holder will return to the lineup this spring. Shane Murphy sur- prised everyone with a 6'2-1/2" high jump effort last year that tied Dave Larsen's mark set in 1966. The only other record established last year was by graduated Bryan Tiller in the long jump (22'3"), now a member of the Drake track team. There aren't many more letterwinners returning for the Cyclones. The only others are seniors Tony Burger and Marty Stein and junior Chad Wageman. The team may have lost another letterman for the season as junior hurdler Cory Carter severely sprained an ankle in pre-season workouts. Burger will compete in the weight Koesters, Carin Rodenbom, Jenny Borden, Jenny Bruck, dulie Graeve, Jenny Schultz, dessl Kuhn, Jenny Chadwick, Tracy Feser; Back: Theresa Kloewer (mgr), Kelly Ohlinger (mgr), Klm McCutchen, Shellie GiUespie, Jeanna Rouhoff, Suzanne Mathiasen, Marcy Klein, Denise Wigness, Amy Graeve, Tricia Wegner, Michelle Rau, Sara Hemminger, Jennifer Peters, Kathi Funk, Theresa dacobs, Donna Voge, Miki Kloewer, Nlkld Schaben, Shannon McKinney, Coach Dave Lathrop, Coach Eldon McCall; Missing: Katie dohannsen, dulie Behrens, Becky Schechinger, Becky Scheel and Darci Zea. more and it seems like you're falling over each other." The weather hasn't been very coopera- tive either as the first meet of the season nears. The Cyclones are scheduled to run in a triangular at Carroll Kuemper on Tuesday but the team hasn't even been outside as of mid-week. "I could have told you this was going to happen way back in January when the weather was 70 degrees," chuckled Bladt. "We aren't really concerned about what happens in our first few meets. We hope to hit our stride in about the third week of the season." Sprint and hurdle events were the strong spots in the HCHS lineup a year ago and that shouldn't change a lot this year. Seniors Jason Moore and Todd Hansen The Harlan Community Cyclonette track team will have its largest roster in school history as nearly 60 are out for the sport this spring. Members of the team include, front, from left: Diana Froh, Tina Kenkel, Cindy Wingert, Joi Smith, Leslie Johnson, Jenny Smith, Dana Book, Stacy Smith, Geri Weihs, Vicki Tremel, Angle Bruck, Ann Goetz; Second row: Ginnie Carlisle, Brenda Hansen, Tanya Kleffman, Tammy Foxhoven, Kelly Buhman, Kathy Wegner, Shari Simdom, Kerry Foxhoven, Julia Slagle, Kara Selby, Michelle Spetman; Third row: Leann Hursey, Jeanna Gross, Charlotte Blum, Linda Herbst, Jill events along with newcomer Scott Baker. Stein and Wageman are two of a thin crop of distance runners. Wageman was the top cross country for HCHS last fall and will compete in the 2-mile this spring. The other runner Coach Bladt hopes to get some distance mileage out of is freshman Jason Cairney. As in the past few seasons, Glenwood is the team to beat in the Hawkeye Eight It will be tough for HCHS to repeat their runner-up finish of 1988 because Shenan- doah and Creston should put very strong teams on the track while CB Lewis Central has usually fielded a good squad, too. "Shenandoah is going to be one tough bunch," said Bladt. "They might not have the field event people to catch Glenwood but we know Shen's got sprinters and they won the state cross country meet last fall." The Cyclones open the season with Carroll Kuemper and Atlantic in a triangu- lax at Carroll Tuesday, weather permitting. Their first major meet is April 8 in the Denison Coed Relays. The Johnson Coed Relays are slated for Tuesday, April 18, at Merrill Field in Harlan. CYCLONE ROSTER Senior= - Scott Baker, Duane Brus, Tony Burger, Kenyon DeHaan, Todd Gross, Todd Hansen, Jason Moore, Shane Murphy, Brian Pe- tersen, Curt Schulte, Marty Stein; Junk)r= - Jeff Blaclt, Troy Bruck, Cory Carter, Lance Grummert, Cohen Johnson, Paul Kenkel, Tim Miller, Jason Pauley, Scott Schiltz, Dale Schrnitz, Chad Wagernan; Sophomores - Jeremy Arkfeld, Rod Arkfeld, Matt Bruck, Shawn Erlbacher, Roger Gaul, Mark Klein, Kevin Musich, Jeremy Olson, Tony Pauley, Brian Schneider, Tom Schumacher; Freshmen - Jason Caimey, Troy Fink, Kelly Gaer, Kevin Graeve, Kelly Green, Tyson Haas, Troy Hodapp, Kyle Klein, Jason Kruse, Tyler Parkhurst, Zack Roecker, Trent Schuning, Barry Spencer, Brad Zimmerman BOYS' TRACK SCHEDULE (Meets start at 5 p.m. unless noted) March 28 .................. Tdarqcular at Carroll (4:00) April 1 .......... FroslVSoph at Glenwood (10 a.m.) April 7 ........... at Monarch Coed Relays (Denison) April 14 ....................... Panther Relays (Creston) Arpi118 ......................... Cyclone Relays (Harlan) April 22 ................... Sioux City Relays (SC East) April 28-29 ................................... Drake Relays May 2 ........................... Ram Relays (Glenwood) May 4 .................... Trojan Coed Relays (Atlantic) May 6 ........ FroslVSoph Relays in Harlan (12:00) May 9 ...................... T. J. Relays (Council Bluffs) May 16 ............. Hawkeye Eight Relays (Creston) May 26-27 ........................... State Meet (Drake) Nearly 60 report for track season - Cyclonettes have a record turnout Co-coaches Dave Lathrop and Eldon little hard work." also have to overcome the loss of their indoor meets with 5'0" high jump efforts, are Theresa Jacobs, Jennifer Peters and McCall have certainly created a new at- Although the Cyclonettes won't be most consistent point getter - Brenda She has improved dramatically since SuzanneMathisen.Petersmissedherjun- mosphere of optimism for HCHS girls' challenging the likes of CB Lewis Central Zimmerman. The state championship going out for track for the fwst time in her ior year because of illness. Kathy Weguer track. It's likely that this season's team or Atlantic in the Hawkeye Eight race yet, shotputter graduated last spring, junior season. Two other freshmen could will round out that hurdle foursome but a marks the first time in school history that Coach Dave Lathrop is optimistic that the Taking over Zimmerman's spot in the , also push for points in the high jump - quartet of freshmen (Spetman, Kelly the girls have outnumbered the boys in team can finish in the upper division, weight events will be Sara Hemminger. Michelle Spetman and Jessi Kuhn. Buhman, Ann Goetz, Leslie Johnson) track. In fact, it isn't even close as the girls "The girls have more ofa positive aUi- Shenarrowlymissedqualifyingforstatein Several girls will compete in the long won't be far behind. ave 58 out this spring and the boys 47. tude toward track," he commented. "We the discus last spring. Katie Johannsen and jump with Donna Voge leading the way. Two individuals should have outstand- Coach Eldon McCall commented, had some success last season and we got a Nikki Schaben will also compete in the Marcy Klein, Kuhn, Jenny Bruck and ing years in open events. Michelle Rau is "People can't expect success to come lot of freshmen out." shot and discus. Kerry Foxhoven will also try that event, expected to be among the top few in south- overnight but we're getting there. We've Successwon'tcomeeasilythough.The The new field event standout in 1989 The hurdle relay team has done well for west Iowa in the 800-rneter run while got the girls out and that's the first step. I HCHS girls didn't place in the upper half could be senior Tricia Wegner. She's al- HCHS in past seasons and that should Marcy Klein had an oustanding season her think they can feel what happens with a ofanyoftheirmeetsayearagoandthey'll ready placed for the Cyclonettes in two continue this year. Retuming to the lineup sophomore year in the 100,200and400. Some of the other top sprinters on the team will be Voge, Weguer, Peters, Shaft Simdorn, Kathi Funk and Bruck. The dis- Cyclonettes run in =ce events will lack big n.mbers with Jenny Borden, Julie Graeve and Jeanna Titanette Indoor Gross being the top competitors. COUNCIL BLUFFS - The Harlan The squaddoes have a major advantage over the boys' team. They have already Community Cyclonettes competed in the competed in two indoor meets. CB Lewis Central Indoor Meet held at the "The indoor season gives us a big University of Nebraska-Omaha on Satur- boost," said Coach Lathrop. "We've al- day. The HCHS girls placed in seven ready been practicing indoors for four events at the meet. weeks. It's not the same as being outdoors Tricia Wegner had the top finish with a but it helps. third place finish of 5'0" in the high jump. "We've got a good nucleus of girls and Michelle Spetman was sixth in the same event at 4'8".  we're a lot more organized this year. We have to be organized with the number we Fourth place finishes went to Shaft have out." Simdorn in the 55-meter dash in 7.8 sec- The HCHS girls finished seventh in the onds and the shuttle hurdle relay team of Hawkeye Eight Meet last season. They Jennifer Peters, Spetman, TheresaJacobs    l 11 : open the current season on Tuesday in a and Leslie Johnson. They finished in :36.7. triangular at Atlantic, weather permitting. A trio of fifths were also won. Marcy  Their first major meet is April 4 at Clar- Klein ran the 400-meter dash in 1:10.8; inda. The Cyclonette Relays are scheduled Simdom the 400 in :23.0; and the 3200- for April 18 at MerriU Field in Harlan. meter relay team in 13:01.3. Running the latter relay were Stacy Smith, Jenny Smith,  CYCLONETrE ROSTER (*lndk) Iwltarwi.,. nner=l Becky Scheel and Julie Belvens. ,,. Senior= - "Kathi Funk, Sara Hemminger, Other times for the Cyclonettes follow: "Theresa Jacobs, Jennifer Peters, "Donna Voge, 55 Hurdles - Jacobs, :10.2; Johnson, "  "Tricia Wegner; : 10.3; 55- Donna Voge, :08.5; 400- Amy  , Junk)r= - "SheUle Gillespie, Amy Graeve, " "Marcy Klein, Miki Kloewer, "Suzanne Mathiasen, Gracve, 1:25.1; 160 - Dana Book, :24.7', '  Kirn McCutchen, "Michelle Rau, Jeanna Rouhoff, 1500 - J. Smith, 7:00.4; 800 - Behrens, , " . Nikki Schaben, Denise Wigness; 3:13.8; S. Smith, 3:20.6; Sprint Medley ..- .... Sophomore= - Charlotte Blum, Jenny Bor- den, Jenny Bruck, Julie Greeve, Jeanna Gross, - Linda Herbst, Ann Goetz, Kathy ," Linda Herbst, Leann Hursey, KaUe Johannsen, J,l Wegner, Julie Graeve, 4:07.0; DiStance " Koesters, Carin Rodenborn; Medley- J. Graeve, Jenny Bruck, Herbst, Freshmen - Julie Bohrens, Dana Book, Angle Jenny Borden, 9:28.1; 1600 Relay- Tina Bruck, Kelly auhman, Jenny Chadwick, Ginnie Carlisle, Tracy Feser, Kerry Foxhoven, Tarnmy Kenkel, Jenny Schiltz, Tammy Foxhoven, Foxhoven, Diana Froh, Ann Goetz, Brenda Hansen, Vicki Tremel, 5:28.2 Leslie Johnson, Tina Kenkel, Tanya Kleffman, Jessi ..... Kuhn, Shannon McKinney, Becky Schechinger, Becky Scheel, Jenny Schultz, Kara Selby, Shad Simdorn, Julia Stagle, Jenny Smith, Joi Smith, F Slwbreak Basketball-'---! Two honored by Sports Illustrated- Stacy Smith, Michelle Spetma Yki Tremel, Kathy Wegner, Geri Weihs, Cindy Wingert, Darci HARLAN REC LEAGUE Shannon Kite and Stacey Ingerslev, both Elk Horn- Kite appeared after scoring 107 points in a single League Tournament Zea * * * Klmballton seniors, were honored by Sports Illustrated game while lngerslevappeared in an issue after hitting 18 " " " WINNER'S BRACKET during the basketball season for their accomplishments. 3-point goals in one game. GIRLS' .TRACK SCHEDULE Round 1 Played March 12 (Meets start at 5 p.m. unless noted) Shelby County Bowl 47, Pizza Boy= 34 The pair appeared In "Faces in the Crowd," a section The two received engraved silver cups from Sports March 28 .............. Triangular at Atlantic (4 p.m.) Bowl: Larry Manz 14, Lynn Heimerman 13; devoted to non-professional sports in each issue. Illustrated signifying their accomplishments. April 4 .................. Cardinalette Relays (Clarinda) Pizza: Denny Kasperbauer 11, Jeff Allen 11 April 6 ................................. .IV in Dunlap Relays April 7 ............... Monarch Coed Relays (Denison) Round 3 Played March 19 Agency: Howard McCutchan 15, Tom Ander- April 11 ..................... Fillie Relays (Shenandoah) Hy-Vee 45, The Agency 26 Bauer'= Shoe 47, Harlan Hauling 36 son 10; Bowl: Lynn Hei.merman 9, Jeff Juhl 8 April 14 ............................. .N in Manning Relays Hy-Vee: Charlie Cave 11, Greg Nelson 11; Agency: Tom Anderson.14 Bauer'a: Rod Hess 17, Paul Wingert 12; April 17 ................. Pantherette Relays (Creston) April 18 ..................... Cyclonette Relays (Hadan) TODAY THIS NEWSPAPER IS READ BY MORE SHELBY COUNTY AREA FAMILIES THAN ANY OTHER DALLY, WEEKLY OR MONTHLY PUBLICATION. Hauling: Kent Klinkefus., Round 2 Played March 19 Round 2 Played March 12 LOSER'S BRACKET Pizza Boys 35, The Agency 34 April 24 ............. Lady Lynx Invite (Council Bluffs) Pizza: Dou8 Mathison 14; Agency: Tom Hadan Hauling 57, Shelby Co. Bowl 50 Round 1 Played March 19 Anderson 11, Randy Chamberlain 11 AprilApri128-2927 .......................... ................................... J/in WoodbineDrake RelaYSRelays Hauling: Dave Wilwerding 17, Mike Wikver- Pizza Boy= 39, Hy-Vee 30 May 4 .................... Trojan Coed Relays (Atlantic) ding 11; Bowl: Brett Rol.d.12, Larry Manz 10 Pizza: Chad Gaskill 7, Denny Kasperbauer 7; GAMES SUNDAY, MARCH 26 May 8-9 ........................................ District Meet Baueds Shoe Store 44, Hy-Vee 27 Hy-Vee: Paul Blair 10, Rod Riessen 8 (at HCHS gym May 11 ............ FroslVSoph Hawkeye Eight Meet " " " 6:00 Pizza Boys vs Harlan Hauling May 16 ................ Hawkeye Eight Meet (Creston) Bauer: Rod He ss18;Hy-Vee: Jim Justice 8 The Agency 38, Shelby County Bowl 37 7:00 Bauefs Shoe Store vs 6:00 winner May 19-20 ........................... State Meet (Drake)