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C Next up is Ames in regional play- Sec. A - Pg. 9A Harlan, IA. News-Advertiser Fn. mom.. July 21. 1989 schedule o.8 Cyclonettes win sectional championship 20 Horn-Kim- City) 4 21 7:30 vs Lenox Juht 21 : 6: CB St. Albert vs runner-up; 8:00 t; 8:00 Center 22 Tri-Center vs :00 Nishna Valley vs Walnut- Prescott- Maple Valley vs COUCRB ' 24 at sites to be t t t 21 vs Harlan vs Glenwood 22 winner luly 24 or 25 Site: 7:00 Re- Hills names teams three on the team released reamers for the Tom squad. They were Huttmann and Walnut's Chantil first team pick• Malty md ]ames Rhodes unit while EH- mention. teamers in- 'Larsenand mention Kite. Nm B-F - Mike C&M Exim - Jeff Team & M Dong Dwyer, Brunsmann, Lee,Bailey, B. C&M- Troy McKin- Huttmann; Colleen Rath- M - An£ela Jayne; O-M S-T Mindy Held, _" Shannon Kite; O-M _ Angie Fer- M/in tourney place in the Golf by the Assn. of Insurance tour- Manning-Ma- of Doug ?renson, Dave ICasperbauer ba. event. entered in the the fire and refresh- for by the tour- September. as Brad been Brad was of was I of Kirkman. Oman. COUNCIL BLUFFS - The Harlan Community Cyclonettes took first place in their Class 2A sectional this week by beat- ing CB Lewis Central 5-2 and Glenwood 9-4. The win puts the HCHS girls into regional competition beginning today (Friday) in Boone• Regional competition will prove a stiff challenge for the Cyclonettes. They face Ames at 6:30 p.m. Those two teams met earlier this season in the Ames Classic and the host team won a 6-5 decision. The other game tonight will pit Boone against Glen- wood at 8 p.m. The two winners face off ::% Saturday at 7 p.m. in Boone with the re- gional finals slated for Monday or Tuesday at a site to be determined. VS GLENWOOD The Cyclonettes had little trouble with Glenwood as they took a 9-0 lead into the seventh inning. With seven starters sitting on the bench, HCHS gave up four un- earned runs in the final frame. Jill Fuhs allowed just two baserunners through the first six frames. The first batter in the game (Loft Mead) singled before Fuhs retired 17 consecutive Ramettes. The streak ended with a walk in the sixth in- ning• Fuhs fanned five, walked two and gave up just two hits in the contest. HCHS managed just four hits but used six Glenwood errors to manufacture their nine runs. Tricia Wegner had the team's only extra-base hit - a double. The win lifted the Cyclonettes to 34-6 overall. VS CB LC Beating a good team three times in one season is always a tough challenge but the Cyclonettes were up to the task Tuesday as they edged CB Lewis Central 5-2, the same score as the last regular season meeting between the pair. The game lasted until midnight as wet grounds held off the start of the evening's competition until 8 p.m. It took the Cyclonettes four innings to get on the scoreboard. LC notched the game's first run in the top of the fourth on a single and an error. LC's Blackford retired the first nine Cyclonettes in the game but struggled the second time through the lineup. Using three hits, a walk and an error, HCHS scored three times in the fourth. They added two more runs in the fifth inning. Fuhs struck out eight, walked one and gave up six hits on the mound. Kathi Funk had a double. Sectional Semifinals R H E CB LC .................. 000 101 0 2 6 3 HCHS ................... 000 320- 5 4 1 HCHS: WP-Fuhs (33-3); 1B--Hendrickson, Goeser, J.Bruck; 2B-Funk; R-Funk 2, Hen- drickson, Goeser, J.Bnx:k; RBI--Wegner, Goeser Sectional Rnals R H E HCHS ................... 330 1200 9 4 3 Glenwood ............. 000 000 4 4 2 6 HCHS: WP-Fuhs (34-3); 1B-Peters, Ahrer holtz, J.Bruck; 2B-Wegner; R-Ahrenhoitz 3, Funk 2, Peters, Wegner, C.Bruck, JBruck; RBI-Wegner 2, Hendrickson HCHS splits in district play - Cyclones' season ends with 2-1 loss HURDLES IN THE SUMMER? Cyclonette Kathl Funk hurdles over the Glenwood catcher on a close play at home. Funk was ruled safe and the Harlan Community softball team went on to win 9-4. The HCHS boys ended their 1989 campaign in much the same fashion as it had progressed all summer. A 2-1 loss to CB Abraham Lincoln in district finals on Wednesday closed the book on the current season. HCHS finished 11-10 overall while AL advances to substate action in Sioux City today (Friday). VS AL Corby Schulte pitched another fine game against a strong team as he held CB Abraham Lincoln to just three hits and two runs in seven innings. Unfortunately, his team couldn't manufacture enough runs against Lynx Mike Graham. AL took a lead in the second inning when John Fledge led off with a home run to deep center field. The Lynx added a second run in the fifth on an error and a passed ball. HCHS fought back to score a run in the fifth when Ryan Lowe singled and scored on an error. Although two Cyclones boarded in the bottom of the sixth, HCHS was unable to score anymore runs. "We just couldn't get our offense going," said HCHS Coach Jim Bruck. "Corby wasn't particularly sharp but he pitched well enough to win." Schulte struck out four and walked four in the game. Lowe accounted for two of the Cyclones' four hits. VS TJ Troy Reimer was the hero in Monday's district opener as the Cyclones edged CB Thomas Jefferson 7-6. Reimer's three-run home run in the fifth inning gave HCHS a 7-5 lead and proved the game-winning hit. The one-run victory was also a rarity for the Cyclones against quality teams. Four times they had gone down to defeat by one run against good teams - twice to Creston and once each to Atlantic and Carroll Kuemper• That fact didn't escape Coach Bruck after the game either as his first words as he ran onto the field to congratulate his team were,"We won a one-run game. We won a one-run game." In addition to his homer, Reimer also had an infield single. He wasn't the only surprising hitter as Scott Schiltz rapped three singles in the contest• Duane Brus pitched the victory. He struck out three, walked two and gave up 10 hits. He retired the first seven batters in the game before TJ came alive. For the Yellowjackets, Brent Bowman bad three hits while Jon Gibbs and Mike Woodruff had two each. Tee Jay came into the contest at 14-26. Obtrict Sendflnals R H E HCHS ................... 012 1300 7 8 3 CB Tee Jay .......... 0005010 610 4 I.ICHS: WP-Brus (4-3); IB-Schiltz 3, Ius, Hansen, Reimer; 3B-Gross; HR-Reimer; R-Zimmerman 2, Reirner 2, Brus, Gross, Hansen; Rei-Reimer 3, Brus, Gross, T.Schulte Dbtrict Fiemb R H E CB Abe Lincoln ..... 010 010 0 2 3 4 HCHS ................... 0000100 1 4 1 I.ICHS: LP-Co.Schulte (62); IB-Lowe 2, T.Schulte, Gross; R-Lowe SWIM TEAM ACTION - Sherry Muslch of Harlan competes In the Individual medley during swim team Two swimmers win five events - competition against Blair, NE, Monday. Harlan won the dual meet 295-272. Regional play opens today - I-K-M, T-C, Walnut, S-T qualify for 1A r • eglonal softball Four of the area's six Class 1A softball teams advanced to regional action this weekend by winning or finishing second in sectional tourneys earlier in the week. Irwin-Kirkman-Manilla and Tri-Center both advanced as champs while Walnut and Shelby-Tennant were runner-ups. Shelby-Tennant and Tri-Center will compete in regionals at Underwood begin- ning Friday while I-K-M heads to Coon Rapids and Walnut to Orient. Class 1A regionals will be played Friday, Saturday, Monday and Tuesday (see athletic shorts for regional schedules). I-K-M 5, Ar-We-Va 4 IRWIN - The Hawkettes had just two hits but used Ar-We-Va's inability to field bunts to beat the Rockettes for the first time this year. Irwin-Kirkman-ManiUa took first in their sectional by winning 5-4. I-K-M trailed 4-3 heading into their Harlan swim team edges Blair 295 272 :29.4; 2-Ryan Burchett, :30.3 15-up-Girls: 1-Tera Flora, B, :32.4; 2-Laurie Wright, :35.8; Boy=: 1Marc Mores, :28.1; 2-Chris Ludwig, :44.5 e • t FREESTYLE RELAYS 8-under- Girb: l-I-larlan A, 1:12.6; 3-Harlan 8, 1:38.5; Boy=: l-Harlan A, 1:04.4; 2-Harlan B, 1:13.7 9-10 - Glda: l-Blair A, 1:02.3; 2-Harlan A, 1:04.3; Boy=: 1-Harlan /k :59.9; 2-I-larlan B, 1:11.2 11-12- Girls: 1-Harlan A, 1:55.7; 3-Harlan B, 2:03.1; Boy=: 1-Hadan A, 2:09.5; 3-Hadan B, 2:39.9 13-14 - Girls: 1-Blair A, 1:48.6; 2-Harlan A, 1:56.9; Boy=: 1-Harlan A, 1:42.7 15-up - Girls: 1-Blair A, 1:42.1; 34-1arian A, 1:55.3; Boy=: 1-Harlsn A, 1:36.6 Harlan used its depth to capture a nar- row 295-272 victory over Blair, NE, in a makeup swim meet Monday evening. Blair won 26 of 48 individual events while Harlan won 14 of 20 relays to win. That raised I-Iarlan's dual meet mark to 3-1 "overall• Only four Harlan swimmers were multiple winners in individual events. Two of those took titles in three events and also swam on a pair of first place relays. Sheldon Morgan (11-12 year olds) won the individual medley, backstroke and butterfly. Marc Mores (15-up) won the individual medley, freestyle and breaststroke events. Both swimmers also swam on medley and freestyle relay teams that took firsts. Double winners in individual competi- tion were Brody Deren and Corrie Schmidt, both 8-and-under competitors. Dercn won the freestyle and butterfly races while Schmidt won the butterfly and breaststroke. Harlan hosted the all-league meet on Wednesday evening. For results from that meet, see next Tuesday's Tribune. Follow- ing are the winners in each event Monday as well as Harlan swimmers that finished in the top three. INDIVIDUAl. MEDLEY 11-12 - Gtrb: l-Tamara Flora, B, 1:13.1; 2- Lisa Patten, 1:09.1; Boy=: 1-Sheldon Morgan, 1:21.7; 2-Andy Burchett, 1:56.1 13-14 - Glrb: 1-Sasha Schoville, B, 1:03.2; 3-Sherry Musich, 1:07.0; Boy=: 1-Troy Heaney, B, 1:04.2; 3-Michael 8urger, 1:17.1 15-up - Girls: 1-Amy Riddle, B, :56.9; 2-Sara Burchett, 1:03.6; 3-Laurm Wright, 1:08.7; Boy=: 1-Marc Mores, :53.2; 2Cart Salvo, :57.6 MEDLEY RELAYS 8-under - Girb: 1-Harlan A, 1:21.2; 3-Harlan B, 1:21.2; Boy=: 1-Harlan A, 1:19.2; 2-Harlan B, 1:23.9 9-10- Glrb: 1-Blair A, 1:03.5; Boy=: 1-Harlan A, 1:16.1; 3-1-1aden B, 1:18.0 11-12-Girb: 1-Harlan A, 2:10.0; 3-Hadan B, 2:39.1; Boy=: 1-Hadan A, 2:29.7 13-14 - Girb: 1-Blair A, 2:00.2; 2-Harlan A, 2:08.5; BOy=: 1-Harlan A, 2:01.0 IS-up - Girb: 1-Blair A, 1:55.9; 2+ladan A, 2:05.9; Boy=: 1-Harl ,A,2:02.4 FREESTYLE 8-under- Glrb: 1-Ka Cox, :17.8; Boy=: 1- Brody Deren, :15.7; 2-Todd Sondag, :16•9 9-10 - Glrb: 1-Tiffany Kaslon, B, :11.3; 2- Maggie Hal, H, :12.8; Boy=: 1-Edc Shanahan, B, :13.2; 3-Matt Studer, :13.7 11-12 - Girls: 1-Usa Patten, :26.4; 2-Kirn Mosher, :26.5; Boys: l-Matt Coffey, B, :30.7; 3- Steve Schechinger, :34.7 13-14- Girls: 1-Sasha Schovile, B, :24.5; 3- Trish Burchett, :28.6; Boys: 1-Troy Heany, B, :24.6; 24yao Barchett, :25.3 15-up - Girls: 1-Amy Heinrich, B, :25.6; 3- Sara Burchett, :26.5; Boy=: I-Marc Mores, :20.6; 2-Michael Burser, :27.3 t t • BACKSTROKE 8-under - Girls: l-Rebecca Doran, :19•5; 3- KaUe Cox, :20.6; Boy=: 1-Ben Hall, :18.0; 2-Adam Pash, :21.3 9-10-Girls: 1-Leah Schoville, B, :16.9; 3-Jill Schechinger, :18.5; Boby=:: 1-Eric Shanahan, B, :19.5; 2-Nick Probst, :19.2; 3-Matt Studer, :21.8 11-12- Girls: 1-Tish Mahr, B, :32.0; 2-Kada Gubbels, :33.8; Boy=: 1-Sheldon Morgan, :35.1 13-14- Girls: 1-Sherry Musich, :30.7; Boy=: 1-Troy Heaney, B, :29.2; 3-Kud Kenkel, :39.9 15-up - Girls: 1-Amy Riddle, B, :27.2; 2- Laurie Wright, :29.3; 3-Kristi Holzer, :41.2; Boy=: 1-Scott Loftus, B, :27.6; 2-Cart Salvo, :28.4; 3- Donnie Davidson, :53.5 e t t BUTTERFLY 8-under - Girls: l-Corrie Schmidt, :20.0; 3- Kara Carstens, :21.0; Boys: 1-Brody Deren, :18.5; 2-Ben Hall, :19.9 9-10- Girls: 1-Tiffany Kaslon, B, :13.2; 3- Brandy Chamberlain, :18.8; Boy=: 1-David Barr, B, :15.1; 2-Justin Cox, :15.6; 3-Dax Doran, :18.7 11-12- Gids: 1-Jane Jaworski, B, :34.0; 2- Karla Gubbels, :35.3; Boys: 1-Sheldon Morgan, :40.1; 3-Andy Burchett, :43.5 13-14 -Glrb: 1-Sasha Scheville, B, :28.4; 2- Sherry Musich, :30.2; Boy=: l-Brant Weeks, B, :30.1; 3-Michael Burger, :34.0 15-up- Girb: 1-Amy Riddle, B, :26.1; 2-Sara Burchett, :28.2; BOY=. 1-C, arr Salvo, :24.6 BREASTSTROKE 8-under - Girb: 1-Corrle Schrnidt, :21.7; 2- Kara Carstens, :23.9; Boy=: 1-Zack Schmidt, :21.3; 3-Todd Sondng, :24.1 9-10- Girls: 1-Maggie Hall, :17.7; Boys: 1- Dax Doran, :19.6; 3-Nick Probst, :21.6 11-12 - Girls: 1-Tamara Flora, B, :32.1; 2- Lisa Patten, :34.1; 3-Kim Buhman, :36.8; Boy=: 1- Andy Burchett, :35.9; 2-Steve Schechinger, :36.2 13-14- Girls: 1-Amy Lorentzen, :33.4; 3- Shandi Olson, :38.3; Boys: 1-Brent Tierney, 8, FB Cub Districts I I DISTRICT TOURNAMENT (M Council Bluff H Tuesdey R H E Hadan ....................... 102 101 5 7 8 Missouri Valley .......... 040 000 4 2 2 Harbn - Reid Johannsen pitched a two-hitter, striking out four and waking two. Michael Burger and Frank Derby each had triples. Both also scored twice. The winning run scored on a hit by Billy Wageman. All four Mo Valley runs were unearned. Obtrict Peirlnp Friday, July 21 - 6:30 Hadan vs Walnut; 8:00 Avoca vs Council Bluffs Cougars Saturday, July 23- 6:30 Consolation game; 8:00 Championship game The champ quagflm for state July 29-30. final at-baL Amy Hodne singled and scored when Joy Plumb's sacrifice bunt was thrown into right field. Plumb then scored on a sacrifice by Sharon McDowelL Ande Rasmussen pitched the champi- onship win, fanning four, walking two an d giving up six hits. I-K-M's only safeties were by Hodne and Sherry Johannsen. I-K-M advances to regional action in Coon Rapids this weekend with a 24-6 record. They face the winner of Charter Oak-Ute and Coon Rapids-Bayard in an 8 p.m. game Saturday. R H E Ar-We-Ve ................ 000 1210 4 6 4 I-K-M ...................... 0000302 5 2 2 I-K-M: WP-.A.Rasmussen (24-6); IB-Hodne,! Johannsen; R--Hodne 2, Eischeid, Plumb: McDowell; RBI-McDowell Griswold 5, Walnut 1 GRISWOLD - Griswold used six,: walks and some key errors to edge Walnu¢ 5-1 in sectional finals Tuesday evening: The WarrioreRes outhit Griswold 7-4 bu¢ couldn't convert those hits into runs. Jodi Hemphill pitched the win f Griswold, fanning four and walking one. Tammy Larsen struck out five and walked: six for Walnut. Jill Sicck and Chantil Larsen each had two hits for Walnut, now: 14-11 overall. Walnut will compete in regional com- petition at Orient Friday. They open with  6:30 p.m. game against Anita. R H E Walnut ................... 100 000 0 1 7 4 *' Griswold ................. 2OO3OO- 5 4 2 ¢ Walnut: LP-T.Larsen (14-11); 1B-Sieck 2, C.Larsen 2, Kock, T.Larsen, Alff; R-W.Larsen I-K-M 4, Exira 2 ,; IRWIN - Irwin-Kirkman-Manill  • ,o struggled but managed to beat Exira 4-2 tn the sectional semifinals Tuesday.  Ande Rasmussen struck out 1 l, walked two and gave up just four hits but the /" Hawkettes committed six errors to aidi Exira's cause. I-K-M managed just three hits. Lynda Chapman, Amy Hodne and Joy Plumb had i those safeties. R H E  Exlra ...................... 0001001 2 4 3 i I-K-M ...................... 004 000- 4 3 6 I-K-M: WP-A.Rasmussen (23-6);;' 1B--Chapman, Hodne, Plumb; R-T.Rasmussen,.! Johannsen, Chapman, McDowell Sectional softball