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schedule April 4 d Invi- in Clarinda TRACK April 4 Relays lilla in Big Valley ,. ay, April 3 .... rKmanManilla JV at Denison (b- Club to on April 2 formed Shelby Club will be hold- meeting this Sun- at 7 p.m. in the Shelby Bank Community club is re- the ty area and The club to any fishing ad- n improv- ation, contact presi- Wins H-8 hip Won the overall ;portsmanship from votes officials in volleyball and rank players, Shen hada score a maximum 5.00. , which won team champion- In sportsman- 1-Shenandoah 4.48; 3-CB 4-Red DOak 4.43; 6-Atlantic 4.39; 8-Harlan football coming BB l-Kim- t benefit basket- several Iowa on Sun- Scheduled to graduate Chuck Hartlieb, unspecified be available at the game for are on sale for ts). They high school Recreation Store. "They at the door for contest - Three to Six-on-Six to Center today !harmon Kite, Lgs guard Sara the roster not play . The only w.a player Is Becky Treynor. Shoe tourney took first and Rec Basket- won the Pizza place : as they fell a consola- Rod Hess led Points. John Boys was 12. game to each from Barry. PPd. and tennis slated for PostPoned to Sec. A- Pg. 11A Hadan, IA, News-Advertiser Sat. morn., April 1, 1989 Boys have rebuilding to do- Cyclonette golfers hope to challenge Back: Shelli Schmltz, Renee Chamberlain, Sarah Burchett, Tonya Goeser, Coach Rich Bygness, Angie Smith and Sara Johannsen. All five varsity starters return. ....... Jeremy Kuhn, Eddie Burchett, Aaron Stamp, Corey Brlnker; Back: Chad Graeve, Kiron Andersen, Jamie Deter- mann, deff Chamt:rlaln. Ryan Schmitz, Rick Mulligan, Tony Wilwerding, Coach Bob English. Missing: Justin Heidenreich. Members of the Harlan Community Cyclonette golf team this spring will include, front, from left: Janell Daberkow, Jana Daberkow, Amy Patten, Jill Goeser, Argie Goeser, Bobbi Anastasi, Chris Ahrenholtz; The Harlan Community Cyclone golf team has 23 students out this spring. They are, front, from left: Joe Hull, Jeff Tamm, Andy Baldwin, Steve Nichols, Jason Eckermann, Jamie Petsche, Ryan DeHaan, Chris Hogzett; Middle: Shawn Carter, Jim Lapke, Steve Kluesner, A year ago, the Harlan Community golf teams were headed in opposite directions. A relatively experienced group of Cy- clones were coming off a state tournament season but finished 1-8 in duals. The Cy- clonettes were following up on a 1-9 cam- paign and turned themselves around to finish 5-2 in the Hawkeye Eight. Both are looking for a move upward this year. It won't take long for either team to get an idea where they stand. The season opens at the Harlan Golf and Country Club next Thursday and the foe will be Atlantic whose boys and girls are both league chal- lengers again this year. CYCLONETTES Cyclonette Coach Rich Bygness is anticipating a good season. That's not surprising because his entire lineup returns from 1988 when they finished second to Atlantic in the conference race. "We are very optimistic about this season," commented Bygness. "We return our entire varsity intact and all of the vet- erans potentially can be shooting some very impressive scores. They remember the drubbings we took two years ago and are anxious to settle some old scores." Maturity should be a big asset for the Cyclonettes. Four of the five varsity veter- ans have earned more than one letter al- ready. The team's top golfer is junior Jana Daberkow. She averaged 47.2 strokes over nine holes last season and should be one of the top hitters in the conference. She was the team's medalist in eight of nine meets and was the Cyclonettes' top golfer as a freshman, too. The most experienced squad member is senior Amy Patten (52.4 average). She's been a starter for three seasons. Two-year letterwinners are Bobbi Anastasi (54.5) and Jill Goeser (56.9), both juniors. Rounding out the returning lineup is junior Ja'nell Daberkow (52.6), a first year player last season. Another luxury for Coach Bygness is the size of the squad. He will have 13 players to choose from, giving the squad a full varsity lineup for the first time in a few seasons. He said, "It will be nice to have this many out this year. We will be able to field a junior varsity and build for the future." The schedule appears to be in the Cy- clonttes' favor as well. The three teams that are expected to battle HCHS for the league crown - Atlantic, CB Lewis Central and Glenwood - will all come to the Cy- clonettes' course for dual meet action. CYCLONES It won't be quite as easy for Coach Bob English to come up with a varsity lineup this season. The team's top two golfers - Jerry Deren and JeffGoeser - both gradu- ated and no one had assured themselves of a starting spot by mid-week. "The varsity spots are wide open," said English. "It's going to be a year when there will probably be a lot of people playing both JV and varsity because we have a lot of people shooting about the same." Last year was a disappointing season for the Cyclones. They won only one meet in a season when they had hopes of chal- lenging for a top two finish in the Hawkeye Eight. Four lettermen return to the squad and three are likely to clinch varsity spots for most of the season - Andy Baldwin, Jason Eckermann and Joe Hull. The latter was the team's No. 3 golfer a year ago as just a freshman but all three should push for the No. I spot this year. The other letterwinner - Steve Nichols - may also get a varsity spot. Others mentioned by Coach English that appear to have varsity potential are Ryan DeHaan, Chris Hogzett, Jeff Tamm and Jamie Petsche. Several others are pushing however. "Anything could happen in quality- ing," he said. "We need to get guys some varsity experience. I think we will get better as the season progresses because in the early meets there will probably be a lot of new faces playing." Creston and Glenwood tied for the league title a year ago and both have sev- eral players returning, making them the pre-season choices again. The conference should be very competitive from top to bottom this year, however. "Last year was disappointing," fin- ished English. "Hopefully we can improve on that. We will have to work hard in practice to improve because the H-8 will be very competitive this year. "We don't have that one outstanding golfer that usually will come in and play par golf, so we will have to try to find five guys that can kep their scores in the low 40s. We can't afford to have varsity scores in the upper 40s and win." CYCLONE ROSTER (*indicates ictterwlnnenl) SENIORS - "Andy Baldwin, Jeff Chamberlain, "Ja- son Eckermann, Jererny Kuhn, "Steve Nichols; JUNIORS - Shawn Carter, Justin Heidenreich, Steve Kluesner, Jim Lapke, Jamie Petsche; SOPHS - Curt Baldwin, Eddie Burchett, Chad Graeve, "Joe Hull, Aaron Stam0, Jeff Tamrn; FROSH - Kiron Andersen, Corey Brinker, Ryan DeHaan, Jamie Determann, Chris Hogzett, Rick Mulligan, Ryan Schmitz, Tony Witwerdin CYCLONETTE ROSTER (*indicates lettenvinners) SEIIOR - "Amy Patten; JUNIORS - "Babbi Anas- tasi, Sara Burchett, "Jana Daberkow, *Janell Daberkow, Jill Goeser, Tonya Goeser; SOPHS-Renee Chamberlain, Shelli Schmitz; FROSH - Christine Ahrenholtz, Angle Geoser, Sarah Johannsen, Angle smith See HCHS golf schedule below left State qualifiers return to HCHS tennis lineups Two players that participated in state tennis tournaments a year ago return to the HCHS lineup this spring. Unfortunately, the two were not partners and both will be trying to earn state berths this season as singles players. The reason they can't team up is that one is male and the other female. The top returnee is senior Dan Newlin. Although he isn't big in stature, he's cer- tainly big in accomplishments. He teamed with Jamie Burmeister, now playing for Creighton University, to finish second in the 1988 state doubles toumament. He should be one of the top singles players in Southwest Iowa this spring. "Dan puts in a lot of work at tennis," said Coach Russ Gallinger. "He has a strong desire to participate in the singles tournament at state." The other player returning with state experience is senior Vanessa Lauterbach. Her state tournament appearances extend to the past two seasons though as she joined with graduated Laurie Goeser to advance to the state doubles tournament both times. Although each of those players should be among the best in the Hawkeye Eight this season, the team hopes rest on a lot of new faces. Only three boys and two girls return as varsity starters. The other girl returning is Susie Swan- son while Chad Tremel and Jeff Pierce are the boys that earned varsity letters in 1988. Gallinger commented, "It is definitely going to be a rebuilding year for the girls. We only have three returning letterwinners on the boys' team, but there are plenty of numbers to pick from for this year's team." The boys have 21 out for tennis. A year ago they finished 4-4 in dual meets and 4- 3 in the Hawkeye Eight. The girls are coming off a 3-5 season and have eight players to pick from. The tennis squads won't have as much court time in when the 1989 season opens Thursday because of the mixture of weather since practices began. A year ago, the team was able to get outside every day for nearly two weeks before their season opener. HCHS opens this year's schedule on Thursday with a home dual against Atlan- tic, a challenger for both league titles. CYCLONETTE ROSTER (*indicates letterwlnners) SENIORS - Tiara Hoffstrom, Theresa Kloewer, Vanessa Lauterbach; SOPH - "Susie Swanson; FROSH - Becky Greer, Meredith Hovick, Michelle Moyes, Jill Schaben CYCLONE ROSTER (*indicates latterwlnners I SENIORS - Mike Fuehrer, Pontus Gronlund, "Tyler Jacobsen. Gwenael Lecoquiec, *Dan Newlin, *Chad Tremel; JUNIORS - Mike Albertsen, Brad Bartlett, Dustin Miller, "Jeff Pierce; SOPHS- Dan Fuehrer, Jamie Lasher, Jason Nielsen, David Stoetman; FROSH -Andy Boettger, Tony Cavenaugh, Chad Jensen, Chris Klitgaard. Chad Morgan, Chris Olson, Steve Rodenbom HCHS TENNIS SCHEDULE (Girl-boy meets unless noted) April 6 ........................................................... Atlantic April 10 .............................................. at Shenandoah April 14 ........................................................ Denison April 17 ....................................................... Red Oak April 24 .................................................... at Creston April 25 ............................................ Carroll Kuemper April 29 ............................... H-8 Tourney at CB LC (G) May 1 ............................................. CB Lewis Central May 4 ........................................................ Glenwood May 6 ................................ H.8 Tourney at Atlantic (B) May 8 ....................................................... at Clarinda HCHS Golf Schedule (Girl-boy meets unless noted) April 6 ............................................................. Atlantic April 10 .................................................. at Shenndoah APrU 17 .............................................. : .......... Red Oak hori118 ......................................... Carroll Kuemper (G) APril 18 ..................................... at Carroll Kuem0er (B) April 21 ....................................................... Glenwood April 22 .................................... Audubon Invitational (G) April 24 ...................................................... at Creston April 25 ................................................... CB St. Albert April 29 ......................... Carroll Kuerrer Invitational (G) May 1 ............................................... CB Lewis Central May 2 .................................................... at Denison (G) May 2 ........................................................ Denison (B) May 4 .................................... I-I-8 Tourney at CB LC (B) May 4 ................................ H-8 Tourney at Red Oak ((3) May 6 ........................... Carroll Kuem0er Invitational (B) May 8 ........................................................ at Clarinda rVolleyball Standings I HARLAN REC LEAGUE Monday Mixed (Thru March 13} Harlan National Bank ................................. 15-1 Hadan Auto Mart ....................................... 13-3 Shelby County State Bank .......................... 13-3 Circle K ...................................................... 9-7 Farm Service Co-op ................................... 5-11 Hy-Vee ...................................................... 5-11 Irwin Feed Service ..................................... 5-11 Nifty Fifties ................................................ 0-16 Boys out for Cyclone tennis this spring include, front, from left: Chris Klitgaard, Chad Morgan, Andy Boettger, Steve Rodenbom; Middle: Jason Nielse n, Jamie Lasherl Dan Fuehrer, Dave Spetman, Chad Jensen, Chris Olson, Tony Cave- The 1989 Harlan Community Cyclonette girls' tennis team includes, front, from left: Vanessa Lauterbach, Theresa Kloewer, Tiara Hoffstrom; naugh; Back: Dan Newlin, Chad Tremel, Tyler Jacobsen, Mike Fuehrer, Jeff Pierce, Mike Albertsen, Dustln Miller, Brad Bartlett; Missing: Pontus Gronlund and Gwenael Lecoqulec. Back: Susie Swanson, Becky Greer, Meredith Hov- ick, Jill Schaben; Misstng: Michelle Moyes.