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Sec. A - Pg. 7A Haflan, IA, News-Adverse Fri. morn, June 23, 1989 24 Kuernlr 26 AvoHa- at Wak Cen- 27 Harlan at AvoHa- 23 e Tour- in EH-K Clas- Corn- 27 HomKimball- at for 9ame miss both Basketball and the Iowa to the 1989 in- spring m the Dr. a 1989 squad on host over the ;at teams. Conference last today 6:30 8:00 Dun- At vs Oak- at on Saturday. will face Ne- ill host a involving with A game ina will or game. host a tour- in much Western ;league for to or to Sat. y8 are HCHS girls compete at Ames next - Cyclonettes crush CB AL in twin bill COUNCIL BLUFFS - It took awhile for the Cyclonette softball team to get their engines started, but once they did it was a one-sided race. The HCHS girls crashed CB Abraham Lincoln 14-4 and 20-1 in a varsity doubleheader Monday evening. The Lady Lynx stayed close to HCHS for six innings in the opening game but the floodgates opened in the seventh frame. Six runs crossed the plate in the final in- ning as HCHS broke free from a tight 8-4 game. "We didn't play very good softball for a few innings," said Coach Randy PlatL "We had trouble adjusting to the slow pitching. We don't hit that stuff very well. We came around in the second game." Tonya Goeser rapped three of HCHS' eight hits in the first contest. She joined Kathi Funk and Angie Bruck with two RBIs each. Jill Fuhs pitched the win, fan- ning four, walking three and giving up two hits. The second contest was over in three innings but it wasn't a short game because HCHS scored 20 times. The big frame was the third when they crossed the plate 14 times. Amy Hendrickson had a great ball- game. She had two singles, a double and drove in five runs. Jenny Bruck also had three hits while Jennifer Peters and Fuhs had two each. HCHS collected a season- high 14 hits in that game. Fuhs and Christy Brttck shared pitching duties. Between them, they fanned three, walked three and gave up no hits. The Cyclonettes rifted their record to 15-3 with the two wins. They are on a nine- game winning streak. The girls travel to Ames today (Friday) for a two-day classic. They will face Nevada, Southeast Polk, LDF (LeGrand) and Ames. FIrGame R H E HCHS ................... 210 032 6 14 8 4 CB Abe Lincoln ..... 022 000 0 4 2 9 Il-IS: WP-Fuhs (14-1); lGoeser 3, Pe- ters, Wegner, Hendrckson, Goetz; 2B--A.Bruck; R-Wegner 4, Goeser 3, Peters 2, C.Bruck 2, Hendrickson, Goetz, J.Bruck; RBI--Funk 2, Goeser 2, Bruck 2, Goetz, J.Bruck Second Game R H E HCHS ......................... 60(14) 20 14 0 CBAbe Lincoln ........... 10 0 1 0 4 HCHS: WP-Fuhs (15-1); IB-J.Bruck 3, Hen- drickson 2, Peters 2, Fuhs 2, Funk, Wegner, Goeser, C.Bruck; 2B-Hendrickson; R-Peters 3, Bieker 3, funk 2, Wesner 2, Hendrickson 2, Fuhs 2, J.Bruck 2, Geoser, C.Bruck, A.Bruck, Greer; RBI-Hendrickson 5, C.Bruck 2, Wegner, Goeser, Bieker, J.Bruck STRETCHING FOR THE BAG - Harlan Community's Jennifer Peters tries to stretch back to tag the bag as she slides by during action at CB Abraham Lincoln LONNIE GUINN / Htrhm NewspapqmJ Monday. Peters was called out as she couldn't stop her momentum from taking her by the bag. HCHS won a pair of varsity games against the Lady Lynx. r-Tennis Standings I MEN'S DOUBLES Division A Gary Anderson-Scott Petersen ...................... 3.0 Se Burmeister-Jamie Burmeister ................ 30 Dan Newlin-Terry Cox ................................... 3-0 Vanessa Lauterbach-Laurie Goeser ............... 0-3 Terry Bails-John Chdstiansen ........................ 0-3 Ken Mueller-Gorden Paulk ............................ 0-3 Dbision B Larry Eskov-Warren Poklberg ....................... 3-0 Ken Sojka-Martin Zaccone ............................ 3-0 Gaige Lytie-Craig Schmidt ............................ 3-0 Dan HiiH_ennie Guinn ................................... 0-3 Bob KohorsFBil Early .................................. 0-3 Ed Olsen-Jim Moyes ..................................... 0-3 WOMEN'S SINGLES Divlsinn A Laurie Goeser ............................................. 3-0 Pat Christiansen .......................................... 3-0 Carol Kenkel ............................................... 3-0 Vanessa Lauterbach .................................... 0-3 Lon Svendsen ............................................. 0-3 Carolyn Rawfings ......................................... 0-3 Division B Linda Hastert .............................................. 3-0 Chris Petersen ............................................ 3-0 Karyn Gilpatric ............................................ 3-0 Marcie Cave ................................................ 0-3 Mary Schomers ........................................... O-3 Carmen Hosack ........................................... 0-3 OUT AT HOME - Tri-Center's Kevin Schmidt puts the tag on a Griswold baserurmer as he tries to score .l during action in the Western Iowa Conference Tourney Tuesday. T-C dropped a 7-6 decision to the gers. Record is now 5-3 - , Cyclones win two close H-8 contests It's pretty much a given that Creston is going to win the Hawkeye Eight baseball tide. The Panthers are unbeaten overall this season and look to be in a commanding position overall. That leaves the battle for second place wide open among several teams, including Harlan Community. The Cyclones enhanced their chances at a runner-up finish by beating both Sh- euandoah and Atlantic in a pair of close league games earlier this week. They downed the Mustangs 5-4 on Monday behind a good pitching effort by Troy Bruck. Then followed a 6-4 come-from- behind decision over Atlantic on Tuesday. Bruck struck out eight, walked two and gave up just four hits in the win over Shen. It was his first decision of the season. Two of the four hits were by Shen pitcher Brent Sandquist. Todd Gross rapped the first home run of his career in that game while Ryan 1.owe had three singles and Todd Hansen a pair. Lowe is a newcomer to HCHS athletics as his family moved into the school district at the beginning of the summer. The Cyclones trailed 3-2 heading into the fifth frame. An RBI-single by Lowe and a two-run single by Todd Hansen were the key blows in the frame. Tuesday's victory was just as dramatic as HCHS trailed 4-1 after 2-1f2 innings. A two-run homer by Atlantie's Todd Casey gave the Trojans a 2-0 lead in the firsL Duane Brus answered with a solo shot in the bottom of the first. The Cyclones pulled within one run in the third on a two-run single by Zimmer- man. Three more runs crossed the plate in the fourth on a two-run hit by Brus and a run-scoring single by Hansen. Brus, Hansen and Gross each had two hits. Corby Schulte pitched the win with 10 strikeouts and one walk. The senior is 2-0 in three starts. In junior varsity competition, the Cy- clones downed Shen 10-1 but lost to Atlan- tic 4-1. Many Barnett and Shawn Erlbacher each had a single and double in the win. Erlbacher pitched the two-hitter. Barnett scored the only run against Atlan- tic as he smacked a home run. The JV team is 5-3. HCHS, now 5-3, competes in the Car- roll Kuemper Invitational tomorrow (Sat- urday) with a l0 a.m. game against Jeffer- son. They continue Hawkeye Eight play next week with road games against CB Lewis Central Monday and Creston Tues- day. Monday 030 R H E HCHS .................... 10 0 5 $ 5 Shenandoah ......... 002 110 0 4 4 2 HCHS: WP-Bruck (1.0); 1B--Lowe 3, Hansen 2, EIIsworlh, Co.Schuite; HR-Gross (1); R-Lowe 2, Gross, Co.Schuite, Brus; RBI-Hansen 2, T.Schulte, Gross, Lowe w * Tuesday R H E Atlantic ................... 202000 4 5 0 HCHS ...................... 102 300 6 $ 3 HCHS: WP-Co.Schulte (2-0); IB-Srus, Hansen, Zimmerman, Gross, Co.Schulte; 2B-Hansen, Gross; HR-Srus (1); R-Brus 2, Hansen, T.Schulte, Reimer, Co.Schulte; RBI-Brus 3, Zimmerman 2, Hansen High school baseball action- Danes continue to pound opponents EH-K 17, Manning 7 ELK HORN - Elk Horn-Kimballton defeated Manning 17-7 in non-conference baseball action Wednesday. Joel Juelsgaard had two home runs to pace the Dane attack. Tom Petersen and Aaro Poldberg each had two singles and a double. With two hits apiece were Josh Nelsen, Adam Andersen and Eric Hjelle. The Danes are 12-0 overall and are 7-0 in the Rolling Hills Conference. R H E Manning ...................... 212 20 7 5 3 EH-K ........................... 436 04 17 18 5 EH-K: sen (3.0); IB-Helsen 2, Petersen 2, Poldberg 2, Andersen 2, Hjele 2, Juelsgaard, Christofferson, Haas; 2B-Petersen, Johnson, Poldberg; HR-Juelsgaard 2 (3); R-Juelsgaard 4, Petersen 3, Poldber8 3, Johnson 2, Christofferson 2, Nelsen, Andersen, Hjelle; RBI--Poldberg 4, Juelsgaard 3, Haas 2, Hjelle 2, Nelsen, Johnson, Andersen Walnut 6, I-K-M 6 WALNUT - Walnut and Irwin-Kirk- man-Manilla played to a 6-6 tie Wednes- day as lightning halted play after the sev- enth inning. James Rhodes had three hits, including a homer, for the Warriors. Dan Hanson hit a grand slam for I-K-M. Walnut is now 2-9-1 overall while I-K- M is 3-7-1. R H E Walnut ................... 000 600 0 6 7 3 I-K-M ...................... 3100002 6 5 1 Walnut: P-itansen, Rhodes; IB-Rhodes 2, GriffAh 2, Petersen; HR-Rhodes (2);, R--Rhodes, Brunsmann, Hansen, Voggesser, Brix, Petersen; RBI-Rhodes 3 1.4(.M: P-.Hanson; 1B..Heler 2, Weil=l 2, Schwarte; 2B-- Oakland 14, A-S-T 12 AVOCA - Oakland defeated AvoHa- Shelby-Tennant 14-12 in the fLrst round of the Western Iowa Conference Tournament Tuesday. Shane Thompson had five hits, includ- ing a double, and four RBIs for the win- ners. Kyle DeBus had three safeties for AvoHa. The Vikings are 9-3 overall. R 14 [ Msnning ...................... 212 20 7 S 3 F.H-K ........................... 43604 17 18 5 EH-K: tP-K.DeSuse (4-2); IB--ffAlmer 2, K.DeBuse 2, Osbahr, Irl)eck; 2B-K.DeBuse; R.-Woitmann 4, Osbahr 2, Dittrner 2, K.DeBuse, Idbeck, Butcher, Hansen; RBl--K.DeBuse 4, Dntmer 3, klbeck i Griswold 7, T-C 6 GRISWOLD - Griswold edged Tri- 0f W Iowa Conference Tourney Tuesday. Each team rapped 10 hits.Griswold gnt two hits each from Eric Balls, Jeff Bergstrom, Jeff Gude and Darren Kimpson. Eric O'Neill had a three-run triple and a single for Tri- Center, now 5-7 overall. R H E Tfl-Center .............. 300 000 3 6 I0 2 Griswold ................. 300 300 1 7 10 2 T-C: LP-Schmidt (2-3); 1B-Dermody 2, Brooke 2, Justice, Schmidt, OleiU; 2B-Justice, Maness; 3B-O1qeil; R-JusUce 2, Dermody 2, Brooke 2; RBI-O?*II 3, Maness 2, Brooke Walnut 25, C & M 13 MASSENA - Walnut shocked Cum- berland-Massena in a high-scoring win, 25-13, Monday. The Warriors outhit the Rockets 15-5. Many Brunsmann, pitching for the first time this year, earned the win. He also drove in seven runs, scored five times and had four hits. James Rhodes added four singles. R tl t Walnut ...................... I5081a 25 I5 S e&M ....................... 341410 13 $ 5 Walnut: MX-Brunsmann (1-0); 1B-4hodes 4, Brunsrnann 3, Hansen 2, Smith 2, Vo88esser, Petersen, Jensen; 2B-Brunsmann; R-.Brunsmann 5, Hansen 3, Petersen 3, Smith 3, Bnx 3, Rhodes 2 Vogsesser 2, Griffith 2, Jensen 2; 7, Rhodes 4, Smith 3, EH-K 31, Orient-Mack. 2 ELK HORN - Elk Horn-Kimballton used 17 walks, six hit batters and 11 hits to paste Orient-Mackshurg 31-2 in RHC baseball Monday. Joel Juelsgaard pitched a one-hitter for the Danes. All 15 outs were recorded by strikeout. He walked one. Juelsgad, Josh Nelsen and Aaron Poldherg each scored four times while Tom Petersen had two singles, a double and five RBIs. R tl E Odeut-Maok .............. O0 002 2 1 4 F.H-K ....................... 78(11) 5- 31 11 3_ EH-: WP-Juelsgaard (4-0); 1B-Petersen 2, Jueisgaard, Nelsen, Niklason, Andersen, Haas, Madsen; 2B-Juelsgaard, blelsen, Peterserl; R-Juelsgaard 4, Nelsen 4, Poklber8 4, Petersen 3, Johnson 3, Christofferson 3, Haas 3,/dersen 2, Hjelle 2, Smith, Grevins, Madsen; RBI-Petersen 5, Juelsgaard 3, Nelsen 2, Niklasen 2, Andersen 2, Haas 2, Itjege 2, Madsen 2, Johnson, Peldberg, Christofferson, Grove Anita 15, Walnut 8 WALNUT - Anita upended Walnut 15-8 Tuesday in the Rolling Hills. The Spartans outhit Walnut 15-6. B. J. Woodruff and Joel Jackson each had three hits for the winners. The Warriors, now 2-7 in league play, were tied heading inning but the Spartans scored seven times in that frame. RH E Anita ...................... 422 000 7 15 15 3 Walnut ................... 042 002 0 8 6 6 Walnut: t.P-4-1ansen (O4); IB-Hmsen 2, Grit fth 2, Brunsmann, Brix; R-Bdx 2, Hansen, Brunsmann, Rhodes, Tooley, Griffdh, Petersen; RBI-Brunsmann, Tooley Logan-Mag. 14, i-K-M 2 LOGAN - Logan-Magnolia defeated lrwin-Kirkman-Manilla 14-2 in Boyer Valley baseball Tuesday. Matt Straight struck out 10, walked one and gave up one hit as the winning pitcher. Chad Straight had two hits for Lo-Ma. I-K-M's hit was a single by Jeff Heller. R 14 E I-K-M ........................... 11000 2 1 3 Lopn.Magnolla ........... 3147- 14 8 2 I-K-M: LP-Schwarte (2-2); 1B-Heller; R-Schwarte; RBi-14eler rCub B Baseball I R H E Harlan No. 1 ................. 512 I 9 6 6 Panama ........................ 2230 7 I 7 14arinn I - Michael Burser had a homer, double and three RBIs. Chris Cundiff and Allen Leinen each - Dan Mickels had