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Norwalk Reflector (Newspaper) - May 1, 2003, Norwalk, Ohio fforwalk Reflector May 2003 A7 SPORTS Norwaik Robinson to compete in USA Junior Nationals girls take top spot Norwaik and Paul went head tohead in junior high track and field action In the Norwalks girls team emerged first with 59 Bellevue followed with 50 while Paul checked in third at On the boys Bellevue post ed first with 61 Paul fin ished second with 45 while Norwaik gained The results are listed below GIRLS 100 Hurdles Heymeyer B Drake B Blanton N Bundschuh SP Sete N Hinkley N Williamson N 1600 Music N Welsenberger SP Putnam N Sete N Hinkley N Chase SP Kijowskl SP Steinmetz B SP 800 Muste N Sumser B Smith N Schaffer N 200 Hurdles Drake B Bundschuh SP Heymeyer B Wolfe P 400 Relay Norwaik Williamson Paul Chase Bellevue Snezak 1600 Relay Bellevue Rowland Norwaik Scherz St Paul Thomas Shot Put Howerton B 322 Nickoli SP 2710 Ramos N 265 Fritz SP 263 Discus Fritz SP 972 Nickoli SP 75 11 Mlssler SP 648 Howerton B High Jump Scherz N 44 Simon N 42 Chase SP 40 Ream N Long Jump Rowland B 133 Schweiterman SP 128 Wolfe B 123 Light SP 1110 800 Relay Norwaik Snyder Alexander Bellevue Powers Paul Hemenway BOYS 110 Chen B Maxwell N Miller B Hernandez B 100 Schild SP Flores B Kovach N Manlet B Gilly B Ratliff SP Woodruff N Robinson B 200 Manlet B Stoll SP Flores B Schild SP 400 Whitehurst SP Goodimister B Hipp SP Sumser B 800 Gilly B Wallingford B Ratliff SP Stein SP 200 Hurdles Chen B Miller B Hernandez B Bradoff N 400 Relay Paul Wilde Norwaik Willis Chen 1600 Relay Bellevue Mitch Matt Glldenrheister Paul Ratliff Norwaik Kovach Shot Put Stoll SP 420 Maddocks N 386 Williams N 3610 Goodimister B Discus Stein SP 1209 Goodimister B 1176 Maddocks N 1153 Drake N High Jump Willis N 410 Amerine N 410 Miller B 48 Smith N Long Jump Stoll SP Manlet B 1611 Maxwell N More N Edison beats OH OAK HARBOR Edispn notched its second win of the season with a 32 win over Oak Harbor in Sandusky Bay Conference tennis action The Chargers 210 are slated to com pete at the Port Clinton Tournament The results are listed below First Singles Stoner OH beat Chris Miller E 63 Second Singles Nick Pogglall E beat Mike Hanthorh OH Third Singles Justin Fetterman OH beat Troy Harlow First Doubles Michael Lux and Troy Harlow E beat Scott Avery and Troy Alvarado OH Second Doubles Greg See and Rich Koegle E beat LJ Wasserman and Adam Schumaker OH By AARON KRAUSE Ref1cctor Staff Writer MONROEVILLE Like many people his 17yearold Aaron Robinson plays basketball outside his Unlike many people his Robinson knows that while prac ticing outside his home from threepoint hes made 47 percent of threepoint shots hes From twopoint the Monroeville High School junior has made 60 percent of his although he doesnt know how son of Jeff and Cindy Robinson of keeps track of his shooting statis tics whenever he practices on the basketball court in his But Robinson has more to show for his practice than eyebrow rais ing The teenager is one of 12 from Ohio who will compete this sum mer in the USA Junior Nationals Championship Sports Festival in According to a press the Nationals provide one of the top Robinson amateur competitions in the United Festival officials provide information about partici pating athletes to educational organizations throughout the United States and Robinson said hes not sure which college hell although hes leaning toward Robinson added that he likes Steve the schools basket ball coach who mentored him during a summer camp two years How does mom feel about her sons acceptance into the USA Junior Nationals Its a big deal for a Monroeville Cindy Robinson adding that Monroeville is a Division IV The fourday trip to Columbus will cost Robinson about and Cindy said her son has already received several hundred dollars in sponsorships from Monroeville Tom Dunn tosses shutout for WR NSURANCE Since representing Hastings Mutual Insurance Company Michigan Offering you the best price coverage on FARMCOMMERCIAL CALL FOR A 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