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J. Jenscn Park. ! 7-10 Football 7-10 at field. The will be in students. 'feefor the a tee-shirt. contact at 755-3209 or Jill Fuhs equals school record for wins - Cyclonettes win ltawkeye Eight title The Cyclonettes claimed an undefeated Hawkeye Eight championship in softball by winning three league games this week. The HCHS girls ripped Atlantic 20-5 on Monday and followed that with a double- header sweep at Clarinda on Tuesday. The Cyclonettes entered the final days of their regular season with a 31-5 record, just four wins shy of the school record of 35 set in 1980. They finished the H-8 cam- paign at 14-0. VS ATLANTIC "I don't think I've ever coached a team that got 45 at bats in a single game," said Coach Randy Platt. "Everything we hit was solid." The 20-5 victory was amazing in itself but beating rival Atlantic by that margin Cyclones lose a pair of close 6-5 decisions i uck'I e CeYCShaasts h2:oeonbeSto° ! secutive nights this week, HCHS dropped 6-5 games. That included one 10-inning affair, their second such loss of the season. Carroll Kuemper sported an 18-11 rec- ord against tough competition this season but that didn't seem to worry the Cyclones. They battled the Knights for 10 innings before finally succumbing on a bases- loaded single with one out. "It's the same old story," said Coach Jim Bruck. "We never seem to get the big hit when we really need it. Troy pitched a heck of a ballgame." Troy Schulte pitched the first nine in- nings against Kuemper. He fanned 10, gave up eight hits, no earned runs and walked none. All 10 of Kuemper's hits were singles. The Cyclones exhibited plenty of power, rapping a double, two triples and two homers. Schulte and Todd Hansen each had roundtrippers while Duane Brus and Todd Gross had triples and Troy Re- imer a double. VS ATLANTIC Errors hurt the Cyclones against Atlan- tic on Thursday. Each team had 10 hits but Atlantic used five HCHS errors to aid their offense. T. Schulte had a good night at the plate with two singles and a double. Brus and Hansen added two hits apiece. Atlantic's power was furnished by their No. 9 hitter, Byrd. He had two doubles and drove home half of Aflantic's six runs. The Cyclones' record fell to 8-9 overall and 6-6 in the Hawkeye Eight. They hosted Clarinda in a doubleheader last night (Thursday) and open district play at home Monday against CB Thomas Jefferson. R H E HCHS ................... 100 1300 5 10 5 Atlantic ................. 122 010 - 6 10 2 Hells: LP-Zimmerman (1-2); IB-T.Schulte 2, Hansen 2, Brus, Zimmerman, Co.Schulte; 2B-Brus, T.Schulte, Schlitz; R--Brus 2, T.Schulte 2, Co.Schulte; RBI--BnJ. s,, T:Schulte, Gross R H E HCHS ............ 003 OOO 2000 5 8 4 Kuemper ....... 000 122 OOO 1 6 10 3 Hells: LP-Brus (2J,); 1B-Hansen 2, Brus; 2B--Reimer; 3B-Brus, Gross; HR-T.Schulte, Hansen; R-T.Schulte 2, Brus, Gross, Hansen; RBI-Hansen, T.Schulte, Gross i-Cub B Baseball I R H E Avoca ....................... 002 010 3 4 2 Hadan ....................... 211 20- 6 5 2 Harlan - Reid Johannsen was the winning pitcher. He also had a triple. Michael Burger and Nate Ahrenheltz each had doubles. was one of the biggest surprises of the season for HCHS. The team rapped 21 hits in the rout. Kathi Funk paced the attack with five singles, four runs and four RBIs but she had plenty of help from her teammates. Tricia Wegner cracked four hits while Jennifer Peters, Jill Fuhs and Jenny Bruck each had three. The 21 hits were the most in Coach Platt's three seasons at the helm of the Cyclonettes. Atlantic hit the ball well, getting nine hits off Fuhs. The HCHS pitcher also struck out two and walked three. VS CLARINDA The doubleheader sweep at Clarinda furnished HCHS with their unbeaten crown. The opener lasted just four innings as the Cyclonettes won 12-0. The second game was in favor of HCHS 4-1. In the opening win, the visiting team scored eight runs in the top of the fourth to end the game by the 12-run rule. Hen- drickson and Christine Ahrenholtz each had two hits to head the offensive attack. Fuhs pitched a one-hitter while fanning two and walking two. Fuhs raised her season record to 31-2 with a two-hitter in the second game of the doubleheader. Fulls tied the school record for victories in a single season with her 31st win. Marcia Jacobsen equalled that trick hack in 1980. Fuhs struck out six and walked one. On offense, Jenny Bruck had the only multiple-hit performance with two singles. The HCHS girls ended their regular season last night (Thursday) with a doubleheader at home against Ori- ent-Macksburg. They open sectional play next Monday with an 8 p.m. game at CB Lewis Central against either CB k LC or CB Abe Lin- m ..... coin. Jill Fuhs R H E HCHS ................... 300 800 9 20 21 2 Atlantic ................ 002 200 1 5 9 7 HCHS: WP-Fuhs (29.2); IB-Funk 5, Wegner 3, Fuhs 3, J.Bmck 3, Peters 2, Hendrickson 2; .....  ...... HOLE-IN-ONE -Mr. and Mrs. Wes Clouse, Omaha HOLE-IN-ONE - Mr. and Mrs. Dick White, Atlantic Two aces shot during tournament - Logan couple wins Harlan Husband-Wij:E; Golf tourney Although the race for first place was the goal of nearly 200 couples in the Harlan Husband and Wife Open Golf Tournament, the highlight may have been the two holes-in-one shot by two of the entrants in this year's event. The tournament is held each year at the Harlan Golf and Country Club. Wes Clouse of Omaha scored an ace from the ladies' tee while playing number 5. Clouse, playing bith his wife, Julia, used a 7-iron. It was his first ace in 17 years of golf. The second hole-in-one was by Dick White less than three hours later. White, playing with his wife, Kay, used a 4-iron to ace home number 8. The Atlantic golfer said it was his third hole- in-one in 25 years of golfing. Only one other ace has been re- corded during the tournament. The Harlan tournament is billed as the state's second largest. Top honors go to the Okoboji Husband and Wife Tourney held each September. Despite the aces, neither couple fin- ished among the championship flight winners. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Erickson of Logan took first place in the tourna- ment for the fourth time. They claimed titles previously in 1976, 1983 and 1986. The couple shot 40-38 in their two rounds of nine holes on the par-36 coursc. Runner-up honors went to Gary and Carolyn Pool of Harlan with round of 39-40, one shot off the leadership. Fol- lowing them were Mr. and Mrs. Rick Janison of Sidney; Mr. and Mrs. Dave Don Carlose of Greenfield; and Mr. and Mrs. Rich Miller of Omaha. The Millers were the defending champions of the tournament. Prizes were given for birdies on holes 5 and 9. Ken Carr of Avoca won a putter for a birdie on 5 while Rich Miller won a golf bag for his birdie on 9. Chairmen for the event were Richard and Sharon Daberkow. Below are the top five in each flight of the three-day tournament (July 7-9). CHAMPIONSHIP FUGHT - 1-Harley Erickson, Logan, 78; 2-Gary Poole, Harlan, 79; 3.Rick Janison, Sidney, 80; 4-Dave Don Carlos, Greenfield, 81; 5-Rich Miller, Omaha, 81 FIRST FLIGHT - 1-George Petsche, Her- lan, 83; 2-Rich Nielsen, Avoca, 83; 3-Deak Schafroth, Coming, 84; 4-john Helling, Harlan, 84; 5-Bud Petersen, Harlan, 81 SECOND- 1-Jerry Henley, Omaha, 86; 2- Larry Petersen, Avoca, 86; 3-Dick White, Atlan- tic, 86; 4-Dick Dotzler, Harlan, 86; 5-Ken Carstens, Harlan, 86 THIRD - l-Ed Benson, Irwin, 88; 2-Larry Moores, Sidney, 88; 3Alan Larson, Irwin, 88; 4- Tom Ludwig, Harlan, 88; 50ick Lockride, Des Moines, 88 FOURTH - llancy Smith, Harlan, 90; 2- J. C. Salvo, Harlan, 90; 3-Dale Larsen, Harlan 90; 4-Jim Knudtson, Sac City, 90; 5-Swede Pattee, Avoca, 90 FIFTH - 1-Ed Amdor, Coming, 92; 2-Rick Lunn, Emerson, 92; 3Cal Jacobsen, Fairfield Bay, 92; 4-Rick Gruber, Farraut, 92; 5-Warren Poldberg, Harian, 92 SIXTH - 1-Pat Monahan, Omaha, 94; 2- Don Ceynar, Dos Moines 94; 3.Tom Murtaugh, Harlan, 94; 4-Pete Marenkovich, Harlan, 94; 5- Mike Kaminski, Omaha, 94 SEVENTH -1-Ray Hargens, Ida Grove, 96; 2-Bill Burgan, Red Oak, 96; 3.Rick Hansen, Omaha, 96; 4-Bob O'Doherty, Omaha, 96; 5- Jerry Walker, Cornir, 96 EIGHTH - 1-Tom Tremmel, Harlan, 99; 2- John Wageman, Harlan, 99; 3-Warner Wellrnan, Omaha, 99; 4-CurUs Chrystal, Sac City, I00; 5- Mike Fox, Sidney, I00 NINTH - 1-Roger Kubik, Avoca, 102; 2- Charles Nixon, Coon Rapids, 102; 3.AI Scott, Coming, 102; 4-Ken Eggress, Avoca, 102; 5- DOc Blanchard, Oakland, 102 TENTH -1-Garth Cottington, Guthrie Center, 105; 2-Jack Gadberry, Coming, 105; 3- Jim Jensen, Irwin, 106; 4-Orv Roecker, Harlan, 106; 5-Kirk Rose, Onawa, 106 ELEVENTH -bRick Smith, Malvern, 110; 2-Jim Vanosdall, Omaha, 111; 3-Jerry Kloewer, Irwin, 111; 4-Wayne Nelson, Avoca, 113; 5-Jon Clemons, Harlan, 115 2B-Wegner, C.Bruck; 3B-Peters; R-Funk 4, Wegner 4, Peters 3, C.Bruck 2, Fuhs 2, J.Bruck 2, Hendrickson, Goeser, Kenkel; RBI--Funk 4, Hen- drickson 3, C.Bruck 2, Wegner 2, Peters 2, Goeser, Fuhs, J.Bruck ewe GameOne R H E HCHS .......................... 30111 12 ii 0 Cladnda ...................... 00OO 0 1 4 HCHS: WP-Fuhs (3ff2); 1 2, Wegner, Hendrickson, C.Bruck, Fuhe, J.Bruck; 3B-Hendrickson; R-Funk 2, Wegner 2, Fuhs 2, Peters, Hendrickson, Goeser, C.Bruck, NI- rneholtz, J.Bruck; RBI-Peters, Funk, Hendkson, Goeser, Fuhs, J.Bruck * • • GameTwe R H E HCHS ................... 1010OO2 4 7 1 Cladnda ............... 0OO 001 O 1 2 2 HCHS: WP-Fuhs (31-2); 1B--J.Bruck 2, Funk, Ahrenholtz, Goeser, C.Bruck, Bieker; R-Ptders, Spetman, Funk, J.Bruck; RBl-Wegner 2, Goeser uPrep Standings i HAWKEYE EIGHT SOFTBALL (Through Tuesday, July 11) Harlan Community ..................................... 14) CB Lewis Central ......................................... 9-3 ATlantic ...................................................... 9-4 Creston ....................................................... 9-4 Clarinda .................................................... 4-10 Glenwood ................................................... 3-9 Shenandoah .............................................. 3-10 Red Oak .................................................... 0.11 HAWKEYE EIGHT BASEBALL (Through Tuesday, July 11) Creston .................................................... 13-1 Glenwood ................................................... 8-5 CB Lewis Central ......................................... 7.5 Harlan Community ....................................... 6-6 Red Oak ...................................................... 6.6 Atlantic ....................................................... 68 Shenandoah ................................................ 3.9 Clarinda .................................. ; ................. 2-10 IWL will start Founder's Club PANAMA - The Iowa Western Ama- teur Baseball League will be attempting to establish a Founder's Club to honor area amateur baseball players of 40-or-more years ago. Any players who played amateur base- ball prior to 1950 will be honored in a ceremony before the IWL All-Star Game on Wednesday, July 26, in Panama. Cer- tificates will be presented to those in atten- dance at the ceremony. The Iowa Western League was formed in 1947 but the Founder's Club will hon" any baseball player who competed in town team action prior to that as well. Anyo who has information about players before 1950 is urged to contact Ron Chamblerain of Panama at 1-712-489-2736. In addition to honoring town learn ers from 40-or-more years ago, a list of deceased ballplayers from the IWL is being compiled and will be read. The IWL All-Star Game will be played in Panama on July 26 at 8 p.m. The mem- bers of each roster will be selected on July 18 and published in the July 21 edition of the Harlan Newspapers. Following are the league standings from the first three seasons of the Iowa Western League of which team members are eligible for the Founder's Club. Only Portsmouth and Westphalia have had team in the league for all 42 years of it's exis- tence. 1947 Earling 16-1-1; Oefience 12-5; Jacksondle 10- 7; Persia 10-8; Portsmouth 108; Irwin 7-9-2; Harlan 7-10-1; Westphalia 7-11-1; Panama 5-13; Kimballton 5-13 1948 Wmt, m - Eadin8 124); Def'mnce 9.3; Harkm 8-4; Westphalia 5-7; Panama 5-7; Portramuth 441; Persia 1-11; Eastern -Walnut 10-2; Kln'/bdton 10-2; Kirkman 66; Elk Horn 5-7; Mardlla 5-8; Vail 4- 8; Jacksonville 3-9 1949 Northern - Earing 13-1; Vail 12-2; ManNa 8- 6; Westphalia 68; Portsmouth 5-9; Doniaon 3-11; Panama 3-11; Southern - Minden 13-1; Kimbal- ton 11-3; Jacksonville 86; Walnut 5-9; Elk Horn 5- 9; Neoia 5-9; Harlan 4-10; Persia 4-10 WIDE SLIDE - Elk Hom-Klmballton's Mike Grevtng make a wtde slide at third base to avoid the tag of Mannlng's Don Beck during sectional finals Wednesday. m The Danes beat Manning 11-1 to advance to Class 1A district action Monday at Elk Horn. They will face either Cumberland-Massena or Brldgewater-Fontanelle. Hlgh school baseball action - Danes are area's only survivor in tournament play EH-K 11, Manning 1 ELK HORN - Elk Horn-Kimballton advanced into Class 1A district action by winning their sectional Monday evening. The Danes downed Manning 11-1 in six innings. Although Joel Juelsgaard pitched a one-hitter for the winners, he struggled on the mound. Despite the one hit, Manning left 12 runners on base as Juelsgaard walked three, hit four batters and the Danes committed five errors. After a slow starter, the Dane offense got cranked up, too. Juelsgaard had a ban- ner night at the plate, rapping two doubles and a home run. Jay Johnson also hit a homer. The victory lifted the Danes to 23-4 overall while Manning's season ended at 5-15. EH-K faces either Cumberland- Massena or Bridgewater-Fontanelle in the In'st round of districts at Elk Horn on Monday, July 17, at 7:30 p.m. R H E Manning .................... 100 O00 1 1 5 Elk Horn-Klmb ........... 301 304 11 7 5 F.H-K: WP-Juelsgaard (9.1); 1B-Grevir, Petersen, Christofferson; 2B--Juelsgaard 2; HR-Juelsgaard (6), Johnson (1); R-Juelsgaard 3, Grevin 2, Nelsen, Petersen, Andersen, Johnson, Haas, Mardesen; RBI-Juelsgaard 3, Chdstoffer- son 2, Grew, Petersen, Johnson Lo-Ma 5, AvoHa-S-T 4 AVOCA - Logan-Magnolia scored four runs in the bottom of the seventh to upset AvoHa-Shelby-Tennant in Class 2A district baseball Wednesday. The loss ended the Vikings' season with a 16-5 record. "It's just hard to believe what hap- pened," said A-S-T Coach Larry Rhamy. "We had all the chances in the world early but could only score four runs." The Vikes took a 4-1 lead into the bottom of the seventh. A walk, two hits and two errors resulted in Lo-Ma's comeback. Chad Straight and Jake Richardson had back-to-back doubles to key the seventh- inning rally. Richardson and Matt Straight com- bined to strike out 13 Vikings but they also walked nine batters. Kyle DeBuse took the loss. High school baseball-- Continued on Page IOA I