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Arizona Silver Belt Newspaper Archives May 15 1986, Page 5

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Arizona Silver Belt (Newspaper) - May 15, 1986, Miami, Arizona. Thursday. May 15J986 Arizona SilvCT Belt. Globe. Arizona ■;o'V 1 1mm ____ M I ■i:m SPECIAL OLYMPICS medal and certificate Hofguin, Wesly Wood, George |uka, (back l-r) winners from Clobe-Miami at a state event Mark. Alvarez, Roy Hayton and Cgrl Pierson, were (front,l-r) Lorraine Rose, Sally Anderson, Not (pictured are Cathy Alvarado, Melanie Celia Gonzales, Glennyelou Coy, Queen White, Victor, Joey Stewart, Ronnie Attaway and Anna Manny Lopez, (second row l-r] Manny „ Nahor. Other winners will appear in a picture Zaragoza, Travis johnson, David‘Nally, Tino to he published in the near future. sriiei If GLOBE TRACK girl (and one from the boys squad) runners who hope to win a state championship Saturday are (front l-r) Jennifer (back l-r)-Holly Rooney, North (not on the girls Avalos. Mary Nosie, Alan team) and Monica Macktima, Bonnie Villegas, Lisa Macklima, Tiger girls hope for track title The girls track and Held team of Globe High School on Saturday has a good chance of winning the Class A-1 state cha coach Ben Marin said. SHOUU) THE Tigers win. it would be the first Globe track and . field title since 1966 when the boys won in Class A. Last year the Ti^ girls, most still on the team, finished second in AA to Lake Havasu City by nine points. “We have a shot at No. 1. We re going to give it our best, come hell or high water." Marin said. “If we get beat, it’s because somebody's n the points from Becky Harrington and Krissie Felling in the shot put and discus. “I’d- say it’s who takes away more points from other teanhs that’U decide the championship. ” ling in the shot put. discus and long Marin said. The meet might be won on the jump: Harrington in the shot put; Rosalie Avalos in the shot put and • Monica Avalos in the high jump. last event, the mile relay which is the Tigers strongest event. Marin said. Another key event is the mile run in which Avalos and a. Tuba City runner should vie for the win. Globe plans summer dates better than us. We’ll score i 50s the way I look at the meet, but ppeninof course anything can ha peii track.” fhe meet will be held at “Tuba City has a hell of a runner. Monica’s going to have a tough time beating her. She hasn’t beat her in three years.” Marin Mid. For the boys, speedster Alan Glendale Community College. tt 1:30Trials will begin a p.m. and the finals at 5 p.m. The Ti^rs best events are North “should not get beat in the 400. He’s capable of ^blowing eveiyone out." Marin said. Globe High School will offer summer school classes to help students make up credit de­ ficiencies or to earn credits ahead. Any individual who is qualified to attend grades nine through 12 may attend the summer session, regardless of the district they running, distance and sprints. But with the running strenj^h of other schools. Globe will need to be at irformance. Marin said. We have a good chance buttopperfc “ 1 everybody has to perfom(well. I iheaff- everybody.” Marin? said. “We’ll have to scySp'-for half points, quarter points. It’s going to come down to the wire. 61 Strizich. Marin said. The boys could score 30 points and finish in fifth place. Marin said. Miami did not qualify a trackster for the state meet. At the divisionals Saturday in 126’/. SESSION will be from June 9 through July 18. except for July 4. Sessions will be offered THE ACADEMIC Team at Globe Junior High School won this year's traveling trophy for most wins. The team is 24-0 in two years. Members are (l-r around table) Stephen Peabody, Jessica White, Randy Estrada, John Garvey, Brent Strickland, Kristin Gibson and Brett Curry. Not pictured is Frannie Shoberg. Safford. Globe’s girls scored 2 points heating Safford by four points will will the state cham­ pionship. If we score as well as ' can we’ll score^ points, but I’m taking points away because of the Tuba City dist^ce runners.” For Globe to\wii monica /waius, vouniue vi Lisa and Jennifer Mac Mary Nosie and Holley F (aided by pointsNp field e IS sbme of t I in thVsUte, 1 Ganadd. w ktima. ' Rooney ,1 vents) need high marks. While Globe has ^e he best running times ^ so do 'Tuba City and adO." ho r share of lpoints. ». Glo^uld win points. The boys tied Safford for fourth at 48 points. The girls won six events and set a school record in the mile relay at 4:12.6 run by Avalos. Booney. Villegas and Kathy Davenport. ViUegas won the 100. 200 and 400-meter races and Avalos placed first in the mile and 800-meters. from 7:45 to 9:45 a.m.'tr from 10 a.m. to noon at the high school. The deadline for registration is May 29 and there must be at least 25 students per class. The S35 tuition fee per class covers the ' cost of books. Courses will be offered in English 9. 10. 11 or 12-1: in U.S. History. American Government and Free Enterprise: in general math and Consumer Math: and in Physical Science and Life Science. For more information on the classes and Paul Chilgren. assistant principal . of Globe High School. Nosie in the mile and Jennife Macktima in the 3200. Also scoring points were Rooney in the 400-meters: Lisa Macktima in the mile: the 400- La Questa meets meters relay team of Rooney, Cynamon Tritch. Beverly The board of directors of La Questa Alcohol and Drug Treatment Center will meet 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. '' THE MEETING will be in the lower level building of the La Questa facility in Ice House Canyon. For more information call 425-7636. All interested persons are invited to attends STUDENTS OF Ihc Month for April at Central Heights School are' (front l-r) Matthew Billingsley, Michael Troglia, Jovanna Herrera, Mhtthew Mahbilt, Julia Encizo, (back l-r) Amanda Robles, Kane Marshall, Summer Tarron, Ellen Anderson, Billy -^arbee and Kim Anderson. Judy Tech. Sgt. Debra K. Judy, daughter of Mary Judy and sister of Mrs. Robert Alexander of Little Acres, has been decorated with the Air Force achievement Medal at Edwards Air Force Base in California. THE ACHIEVEMENT Medal is awarded to airmen for meritorious service, acts of ■age or other acomplif' idyis a contract admi mmm Ju with the linistrator Air Force Flight Test pa Sat., May 17 9 a.m.- 3 p.m. Perez FVt. Andrew P. Perez, son of Gloria and Tony Perez of Globe, has completed an* equipment > at t‘ 20%oH All In Store Items Free- Pepsi storage speciahst course he U.S. Army Quar^rihaster School at Fort Lee. VdT THE COURSE provides students with a working knowledge of the federal pupply system, storage operations and packaging Many “One of a Kind Bargains’ New Owner - RUE POWELL dition. they receive driving in­ struction on such materials-. handUng equipment as con­ ventional and rough terrain. rr . «-hon«* tri«rtnr« GLOBE AUTO PARTS 425-5714151 I. Sycamore Globe

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