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m SPORTS/2 )ages Sec. A- Harlan, IA, Sat. morn., Cyclones are close 2nd in triangular- HCHS track teams get season unde III-IOUD I l- on the 800-meter anchor leg of the distance medley team that finished first. Sara Hemminger (right) took second In the discus. HCHS scored Just 22 points in the triangular. RON IFHOUD / Hlan Nwsln PLACEWINNERS - The Cyclonettes took two firsts and one second at their season opening track meet in Atlantic Tuesday. Michelle Rau (left) crosses the finish line Shane Murphy is 1st team alLlL-state Rapids Kennedy; Darwin VandeHoef, 6-3, sr, Rock Valley; Kevin VanderZwaag, 6-1, sr, Maurice-Or- ange City FIFTH TEAM Mark Dumolein, 6-5, sr, Bettendorf; Steve Eddie, 6-2, sr, Albert City-Truesdale; Kraig Koe- ster, 66, sr, Davenport North; Jamie Peterson, 6- 4, sr, Palmer; George Vaske, 6-7, sr, Bancroft St. John SIXTH TEAM Steve Brown, 64, jr, Washington; Marshall Gifford, 64, sr, Elkader Central; Stacy Kooistra, 6- 6, sr, Western Christian (Hull); Jeremy Park, 6-9, sr, Marshalltown; Mike Wiskus, 6-1, sr, Dyersviile Beckman SEVENTH TEAM Loren DeKruyf, 6-5, jr, Boyden-Hull; Peter Hill, 6-3, sr, South Hamilton; Terry Merfeld, 6-9, sr, Hudson; Brian Ratlgan, 6-5, sr, CB St. Albert; Scott Wynja, 64, sr, Western Christian (Hull) DES MOINES - Harlan Community Cyclone senior Shane Murphy was se- lected first team all-slate for basketball by the Des Moines Register in last Sunday's edition. The only other Southwest Iowan on any of the seven all-slate teams was Brian Ratigan of Council Bltfffs St. Albert. He was a seventh team pick. Murphy had earlier been named first team by the Iowa Newspaper Association on the Class 2A-3A squad. Elk Horn- Kimballton's Josh Nelsen was a second team choice on the Class A-1A INA all- state teams. Following are the seven teams of the DM Register's all-state choices. No classi- cification was used for the selections. FIRST TEAM Mike Bergman, 6-7, sr, Waverly-Shell Rock; Mike Davis, 6-5, jr, Waterloo East; Cam Johnson, 6- 3, st, Cedar Rapids Jefferson; Shane Murphy, 6-7, sr, Harlan Community; Chris Street, 6-8, jr, Indi- anola SECOND TEAM Jeff Ameson, 6-3, sr, Dubuque Hempstead; Jon Dietz, 66, sr, Davenport West; Fred Holberg, 6-3, so, Ames; Jason Huff, 6-5, sr, Den Bosco (Gilbertville); Jeremy Ludvigson, 6-7, sr, Edge- woodColesburg THIRD TEAM Joel Bomgaars, 6-7, st, Maurice-Orange City; Marc Carlson, 66, sr, Ft. Dodge; Travis Cox, 66, st, Sioux City North; Troy Terronez, 64, sr0 Cedar Rapids Prairie; Kurt Warner, 6-3, sr, Cedar Rapids Regis FOURTH TEAM Greg Allen, 6-5, jr, Ankeny; Steve Evans, 6-2, sr, Sioux City West; Jason Laube, 6-3, sr, Cedar The track seasons opened with mixed results on Tuesday for the HCHS thin- clads. Despite a lack of outdoor practice time due to the poor early spring weather, the Cyclones were just four points out of first place in a triangular at Carroll. The girls were outdistanced by a pair of powerhouse squads - Atlantic and Carroll Kuemper - in their triangular in Atlantic. Cyclones score 59 points in triangular at Carroll CARROLL - Despite a lack of out- door practice time prior to their season opening meet Tuesday, the Cyclones were outdistanced just 63-59 by Atlantic in a triangular. Carroll Kuemper was only five points in back of those two. "We had just reasonable results," said Coach Curt Bladt. '"There was nothing outstanding but we had to take it easy" because of the lack of practice. Heck, Curt Schulte had only jumped three hurdles before the meet. He had a pretty decent time on a soft track." HCHS won seven of 18 events in the triangular but still finished second because of Atlantic's better depth early in the sea- son. HCHS was competing with several top athletes sidelined however. Schulte won the ll0-meter high hurdles in 15.7 seconds. He didn't run the 400 lows. Finishing second in that event was Scott Baker in :17.2. The only other event which the Cyclones took both first and second was the 100-meter dash. Todd Hansen won in :10.8 and Cohen Johnson was second in :11.1. It was little surprise that HCHS fared well in the sprint events. In addition to the 100, HCHS took firsts in both sprint relays. The 400-meter team of Kenyon DeHaan, Hansen, Johnson and Schulte finished in :48.0. The 800-meter relay team took first in 1:41.9. Running that relay were DeHaan, Hansen, Johnson and Brian Sch- neider. Two other relays also took firsts. The 3200-meter relay foursome surprised with a winning time of 9:52.8. That foursome included Tony Pauley, Brian Petersen, Mark Klein and Marty Stein. The shuttle hurdle foursome of Duane Brus, Todd Gross, Baker and Schulte won in 1:04.9. The other championship finish was turned in by Gross as he went 5' 11" in the high jump. The first major meet of the season for the Cyclones will be Friday April 7 when they travel to Denison with the Cyclonettes for a co-ed meet. CYCLONE PLACEWlNNERS FIRSTS: High Jump: Todd Gross, 5'11"; 100 - Todd Hansen, :10.8; 110 Hurdles - Curt Schulte, :15.7; 400 Relay - Kenyon DeHaan, Hansen, Cohen Johnson, Schulte, :48.0; 800 Relay - DeHaan, Hansen, Johnson, Brian Schneider, 1:41.9; 3200 Relay - Tony Pauley, Brian Petersen, Mark Klein, Math/Stein, 9:52.8; Shuttle Hurdle Relay- Duane Brus, Gross, Scott Baker, Schutte, 1:04.9; SECONDS: 100 - Johnson, :11.1; 800 - Stein, 2:27.0; 11OHurlde$-Baker,:17.2; 16OORelay- Brad Zimmerman, Barry Spencer, Schneider, Troy Fink, 4:14.0; 1600 Medley Relay- DeHaan, Zimmerman, Brus, Chad Wageman, 4:23.7; THIRDS: Shotput -Kevin Musich, 39'7"; 200 - Gross, :26.0; 3200- Wageman, 11:33.6; FOURTHS: Discus -Paul Kenkel, 94'9"; Long Jump - Schneider, 16'9-1/2"; 400 - Dale Schmitz, 1:03.8 Cyclonettes win two relays in season opener ATLANTIC- The HCHS girls found themselves in tough company in the trian- gular which opened their outdoor season Tuesday. They scored just 22 points against powerhouses Atlantic (97 points) and Carroll Kuemper (69). The highlights for HCHS came in the relays where they won two tittles. The dis- lance medley and 400-meter relay teams each edged Atlantic to win first place medals. Running the medley in 4:50.2 were Donna Voge, Tricia Wegner, Marcy Klein and MicheUe Ran. The :55.4 time in   ,, .  , the 400 relay was turned in b Simdorn, Jennifer Peters The only other top two field events. Sara HemmingeZ in the discus with a 99'0" The Cyclonettes major outdoor nalette Relays at Clarinda. Coaches Dave Lathrop McCall will also be Athlete of the Week each pick is junior Marcy Klein. She distance medley and 400 place meet She 1:06.9 meter leg Marcy Klein Ran 2:51.3; FOURTHS: High Jump Jenny Borden, 6:23.7 DECISIONS - Cyclonette Coach Eldon McCall converses with runners during the triangular meet in Atlantic Tuesday. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: i:i:i:!:i:!:i:!:i:i:!:i:?:i 46% choose the newspaper!* All SWI teams announ(:,,z(J! Area basketball standouts swept the top honors on the All-Southwest Iowa bas- ketball teams released recently by both the Council Bluffs NonPareil and the Omaha Wold-Herald. Shane Murphy of Harlan Community was honored as the Boys' Player of the Year by the NonPareil and the captain of the World-Herald's Class A team. Karen /ennings of Tri-Center was chosen the Girls' Forward of the Year by the NonPa- reil and captain of the World-Herald's Class A team. Shannon Kite of Elk Horn- Kimballton was named captain of the Wold-Herald Class B girls' team while Josh Nelsen of EH-K was captian of that paper's Class Bboys' team. Sara Hemmin- ger of HCHS was named Girls' Guard of the Year by the NonPareil. Other area first teamers on the World- Herald lists were Hemminger of HCHS (Class A) and EH-K guards MicheUe Jensen and Stephanie Farley (Class B). Second team choices included Dawn Hoegh and Joel Juelsgaard, both of EH-K. Juelsgaard was also honored on the second team of the NonPareil alI-SWI boys' picks. No classifications were used for their selections. In the girls' NonPareil choices, EH- K's Farley and Hoegh were second team picks and Jensen a third team choice. WORLD-HERALD ALL-SWl TEAMS Class A Girls - First Team Forwards - Karen Jennings, sr, Trenter; Tina Smith, jr, Atlantic; Beth Benson, sr, Logan- Magnolia; Guard= - Sara Hemminger, sr, Harlan Community; Sara Mailander, jr, Atlantic; Jody Newman, sr, Clarinda Class A Girls - Second Team Forwards - Po/ly Gammell, sr, Creston; Amy Bumsted, jr, CB Lewis Central; Judy Frolich, jr, Coon Rapids-Bayard; Guard= - Suzie Ranch, sr, Denison', Shelby Berry, jr, Atlantic; Aimee Currie, sr, Shenandoah Class B Girl= - First Team Forwards - Shannon Kite, st, Elk HomKim- ballton; Brenda Straight, sr, Nishna Valley; Staci Dennis, sr, Exira; Guard= - Stephanie Farley, sr, Elk Horn-Kimballton; Jenny Urban, sr, Nishna Val- ley; Michelte Jensen, jr, Elk Horn-Kimballton Class B Girl= - Second Team Forward= - Melanie Freed, jr, Essex; Dawn Hoegh, jr, Elk Horn-Kimballton; Ted Kusel, sr, Manning; Guard= - DeEtte Black, sr, Exira; Jill Neddermeyer, sr, Charter Oak-Ute; Kristln Nelson, sr, Fremont-Mills Class A Boys - First Team Jeff Nielsen sr CB Lewis Central; Shane Murphy, sr, Harlan Community; Brian Ratigan, sr, CB St. Albert; Paul England, st, Corning; Chad Niichel, sr, West Monona (Onawa) Class A Boys - Second Team Note Schnitker, sr, CB St. Albert; Travis Anderson, sr, Atlantic; Chris Hilts, sr, Missouri Valley; Kevin Freeman, sr, CB Thomas Jefferson; Deug Diers, sr, Carroll Kuemper Class B Boys - First Team Josll Nelsen, jr, Elk Horn-Kimballton; Aaron Kline, sr, Villisca; Andy Stanislav, st, Woodbine; Andy Straight, jr, Nishna Valley; Steve Dinkla, sr, Cumberland-Mas sena Class B Boys - Second Team Dan Jackson, jr, Treynor; Joel Juelsgaard, jr, Elk HorrvKimbailton; Darin Gloede, jr, Charter Oak- Ute; Terry Anderson, so, Diagonal; Chris Gilbert, sr, Malvern NONPAREIL ALL-SW! TEAMS (Council Bluffs school= are not Included) First Teem Girls Forward= - Karen Jennings, sr, Tri-Center; Shannon Kite, sr, Elk Horn-Kimballton; Tina Smith, jr, Atlantic; Guards - Sara Hemminger, sr, Harlan Community; Jennifer Urban, sr, Nishna Valley; Becky Olsen, sr, Treynor Second Team Glib Forwards - Beth Benson, sr, Logan-Magno- lia; Dawn Hoegh, jr, Elk Horn-Kimballton; Staci Dennis, sr, Exira; Guards - Stephanie Farley, sr, Three HCHS athletes qualify for state freestyle wrestling Harlan served as a host for a qualifying meet for the Iowa Freestyle Slate Tourna- ment recently. Three Harlan Community High School athletes qualified for the state meet by finishing among the top three in their weight class. Seniors Tony B urger and Donnie Obre- cht and junior Cory Carter both advanced. Burger was the champion at Weight 15; Obrecht third place at Weight 11; and Carter a runner-up at Weight 9. Elk Horn-Kimballton; Jody Newman, sr, Clarinda; Sara Mailander, jr, Atlantic Third Team Girls Forward= - Kim Bane, sr, Oakland; Brenda Straight, sr, Nishna Valley; Melanie Freed, jr, Essex; Guards - DeEtte Black, sr, Exira; Michelle Jensen, jr, Elk HorrvKimballton; Kristln Nelson, sr, Fremont-Mills Area Honorable Mention Forward= - Stacey Ingerslev, Elk Horn-Kim- ballton; Laura Allen, AvoHa; Karlin Sedlacek, AvoHa; Jennifer Peters, Harlan Community; Guard= - Lisa Casson, Tri-Center; Amy Patten, Harlan Community; JillHavick, Harian Community First Team Boys Forward= - Steve Dinkla, sr, Cumberland- Massena; Andy Stanislav, sr, Woodbine; Center- Shane Murphy, sr, Harlan Community; Guard= - Josh Nelsen, jr, Elk Horn-Kimballton; Aaron Kline, sr, Villisca Second Team Boys Forward= - Darin Gloede, jr, Charter Oak- Ute; Mark Schafer, jr, Villisca; Center- Chris Hilts, sr; Missouri Valley; Guards - Dan Jackson, jr, Treynor; Andy Straight, jr, Nishna Valley Third Team Boys Forwards - Doug Schlapia, jr, Creston; Joel Juelsgaard, jr, Elk Horn-Kimballton; Center - Matt Drees, jr, Manning; Guard= - Travis Anderson, sr, Atlantic; Chris Gilbert, sr, Malvern Area Honorable Mention Forwards - Ray Wellman, Trenter Mark White, Elk Horn-Kimballton; Larry Andersen, Shelby-Tennant; Centers - Robb Johnson, AvoHa; Matt Christofferson, Elk Hom-Kimballton; Guard= - Tom Petersen, Elk Hom-Kimballton; Rob Larsen, Tri-Center; Steve Lansing, Harlan Community; Jim Dermody, Tri-Center ) | CALL TOLL FREE 1"800"432"0691 Newspaper 46 :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Magazine 29 Shopper 10 Television 9 ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Radio 6 0 10 20 30 40 Consumer Data Service, Oklahoma City, 01(/1986 ::: ::: :::: :::: :: :::::::: ::::: :: :: :: :: ::::::::::: :::::::::::::::i i i ii!iiii!il i! !!ii !!!ii!iiiii !i i iil i i!i!ii!i!!ii !! i!ii!!iiiiiii !! !iiiiil iii i i i i if!ill i iiiii !if:i: i:i:i: ......................... :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 5O :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::t:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :5;:::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: iii i ,news :.::::::.:: i!iiiiii!!iiii!ii!i!!!!iii!ii:iiiiii!iii!iiiiiii! 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