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Arizona Silver Belt (Newspaper) - May 15, 1986, Miami, ArizonaPage Four Arizona Silver Beit, Globe^Arizona Thursday. May 15,1986 gOEWEIRMELT Miami's girls renewed the tennis dynasty they once enjoyed for 10 straight years by soundly winning the Class A-1 championship on Friday, although play ended Saturday. Miami regains tennis dynasty mHHi MIAMI TENNIS players who competed in the state championship and Mike Shirlty, who placed fourth in the boys singles. Not tournament (and won'the girls portion) were (l-r) Karen Eagar, pictured is Christina Bejarano, the girls singles runnerup. Nancy Trujillo, Shelley Mann, Araceli Ramirez, Corrina Madrid THE VANDALS won their 11th state championship under coach Cherry Roberds, whose teams took state every season from 1973 to 1983. The last two years the Vandals placed second at state. "We had the tournament won in the first day.” Roberds said. "It didn't matter whether all the kids lost or won. If they had lost we would've won by two points.” Miami finished with 14 points while second place Buckeye had eight. Individually, the Vandals had their top doubles team of sophomore Nancy Trujillo and junior Shelley Mann win state and their No. 2 doubles team of senior Araceli Ramirez and sophomore Corrina Madrid take fourth. Trujillo and Mann have won every match they played this year with 12 dual wins, two invitational victories, the divisional and state. In the doubles semi-finals. Trujillo-Mann beat Madrid- Ramirez 6-4. 6-3.' In singles. Christina Bejarano lost the title match to Mingus' Gayle Runke. who beat Miami's Karen Eagar in the first round. Bejarano. a junior, defeated the Bisbee girl who beat her in the divisional two weeks ago. "That proved to me — I knew all along - that she was the best girl in our division,” Roberds said. “And then at state she was the second best girl in the tour­ nament. That girl from Mingus was good.” ' Mingus' Runke won by scores of ^Fo^^Miami. three of four first round wins against Mingus was helpful in winning. "All four of my teams had to play Mingus in the first round and we won three of them." In the boys play, senior Mike Shirley won two points for Miami by winning one of three matches. Shirley won his opening round match but fell in the semi-finals and consolation match for a fourth place finish. Team scores follow. Girls - Miami. 14; Buckeye. 8; Mingus. 7: Santa Cruz. 3; Bisbee. 2; Apache Junction. 0; Sahuarita. 0. Boys - CooUdge, 12: Sahuarita. 7; Mingus, 5; Apache Junction, 3; Safford. 3; Miami. 2; SanU Cruz, 2; Bourgade. 0; Buckeye, 0. i A-■ a DAVID ONTIVEROS of the Pirates team in T-League reaches for a ball hit to him during play on Saturday. T-League games are played at the T-League complex at the Globe Community Center. 'T-League« and Robert Hogan lead League with three home runs apiece after last weekend's games. PLAYERS WITH two home runs are Marcos Sanchez and Scott Schellenberger. Those with one home Cammron Dowd. Ryan Mur llingsl Allen Spear. Arty Lobato, JimmyCharlie Avalos. Alan Bi f Caretto, Brandon Turner. Jayson Boydston. Anson Sneezy and Jimmy Williams. No games will be played tomorrow (Friday) and Saturday as team pictures will be taken Saturday. Next week's schedule follows. Monday A's-Reds (Field 1): MeU-Pirates (Field 21: Braves-Dodgers (Field 3) Tuesday Expos-Royals (Field 1): Blue Jays- Cubs (Field 2): Rangers-Tigera (Field 3) Wednesday Twins-Mariners (Field 1): Yankees- Indians (Field 2): Angels-White Sox (Field 3) Thursday Astros-Cardinals (Field 1): Padres- Red Sox (Field 2): GiantihOrioles (Field 3) Coaches to be inducted Sunday Two former coaches, a local resident and a past Globe coach, will be inducted into the Arizona Coaches Association High School Hall of Fame on Sunday. INDUCTED WILL be Alvin Overson, a Globe resident who coached in St. John's and Tiger "Rjich John Pavlich, who died in 1972. In basketball. Overson coached six northern Arizona conference championship teams and for two 1. His record was 134-66. Overson’s football teams won five conference titles and went undefeated three seasons. His record in football was 54-24-2. Pavlich coached in Globe for 20 years, in addition to McNary and (Tucson) Sunnyside. characterized by a sense of humor and dedication to youth. Pavlich's teams won footbail championships in 1953, '56. '^7' and '60. In basketbaU. Pavlich led Globe to state titlesJn 1960. '64 and'67.. He was honored by his colleagues when select^ to coach « all-star teams in 1954 for football and '60 in basketball. The coaches' Hail of Fame was instituted in 1984 and inducted 25 coaches (Globe football coach Paul Petty being one) who coached in Arizona for 20 years. Seven were inducted last year and nine will be this year. Beside Pavlich and Overson, 1986 honorees are Karl-Kiefer of (Tempe) McClintock, Richard Imhoff of Gila Bend and Salome, Walt Beamis of Phoenix Christian, Hal Eustice of (Tucson) Sahuaro, Bill McDermott of (Phoenix) North and East, the late Robert Ruman of (Phoenix) East, Canfelback and Phoenix Union and Vem Friedli of (Tucson) Amphitheater. The ceremony wiU be held at the Radisson Resort in Scottsdale starting at 2 p.m. Tickets may be purchased for $15 at Diamonds or at the Valley National Bank in . Globe. Tickets wOl not be sold at the door. , For more information call Paul Petty at 425-321 lor 425-0100.

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