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Eastern Hills Journal Press (Newspaper) - May 13, 1987, Cincinnati, OhioA4 a he journal press a wednesday May 13, 1987sports eagles Bright expectations dimmed by reality by Michael Rhein staff reporter Walnut Hills High head baseball Spach Royce Starks was looking Forward to this season. He had lost Only four seniors one of them was Eric Sieber now pitching for Indiana University to graduation from the team that captured the Cross conference title. His dreams of another championship by a. Returning experienced squad were sent sprawling to the dirt before the first Ball of the season was even thrown. Two players underwent operations one of them had been a Catcher for three seasons for Starks. Another one became academically ineligible. If that were not enough he lost two More players after the season began both of them to in eligibility. As a consequence he had to shuffle four sophomores Back and Forth Between the Reserve and varsity teams All through this Campaign. A it was a hard time for me trying to find the right combinations a a Starks said. The loss of those five players created what be termed a a Lack of leadership Quot situation. Despite the setbacks and adjustments the eagles had managed to even their record at. 9-9 prior to last thursday is game with Forest Park and were 5-3 in the acc. At one Point they were in Contention for the league title at 5-2 after beating acc opponent Mcnicholas 10-2. Then came losses to Norwood 6-5 in eight innings and Northwest 7-6. Walnut Hills had Defeated both teams earlier this season. When the eagles were floundering at 4-7, they swooped Down on four consecutive foes for victories Over Forest Park Norwood Mcnicholas and Hughes to go Over the .500 Mark. Starks praised the perform Manee of the following Eagle fielders senior co Captain second baseman won Chang .300 batting average senior co Captain snort Stop Andy Stallworth .275 and an a excellent Glove Man senior outfielder first baseman Gene me Burrows five Home runs .288, a one of the most improved players on the Tea Sophomore third baseman shortstop Catcher Lee Cam Fierer .349, a an upcoming Star Junior right fielder Chul Kim .354, a very smooth and Junior Catcher Tom Dietrich -4300, a excellent receiver. The pitching staff has been led by senior Lethander Jon Kniskern who throws a a a Nasty knuckle curve Ball that has helped fan 75 batters in 50 innings making him one of the strikeout leaders in the City. A it knuckle curve comes Over the plate and drops off the top a Starks commented. Kniskern struck out 14 Mcnicholas batters in the 10-2 Victory. The next time he faced them May 6, he threw just 77 pitches striking out three and not giving up a walk to help Lead Walnut Hills to a 3-2 win. Senior right hander Mike Morgan described by Starks As a a hard Luck Pitcher a had a 1-4 record. His Best performance was fanning 10 Northwest batters but with the eagles ahead 4-1, in the seventh inning he tired and ran out of Gas to incur the defeat. A a he a better than his 1-4 record indicates a said.1 Junior right hander i Lusenhop a a junk Pitcher who throws a three different curve balls has hurled just 11 innings but is rated by Starks As his Best reliever. A the will be our no. 1 Relief Man next year maybe a spot starter a Starks said. Senior right hander John Stevens who has also thrown 11 innings started against Forest Park last thursday the game being the last regular season on to for Walnut Hills. V the eagles Drew Moeller for their first round class aaa sectional game this past monday. Moeller is led by one of the Best players in Cincinnati. Ken Griffey jr., son of Atlanta braves outfielder Ken Griffey. A the can dominate the game a Starks said / a storks will lose 11, including seven barters to graduation. He will have eight sophomores on the varsity roster next season and just two seniors. Beechmont mall to daffkoaywed., May 20 College Corner Siegrist one of macs Best hitters tits Tea Jox making iw#1 seven Hills graduate Carl Siegrist is an offensive Force for the bail state University cardinals baseball team. Ball state University a seven Hills upper school graduate Carl Siegrist is tearing up mid american conference pitching this Spring with a .331 batting average Good for second highest on the team. He has smacked 45 hits in 136 at bats scored 31 runs and led the team and the Mac in stolen bases with 29.his on base percentage is .399, and he is third in the conference in doubles with 10. Siegrist is 15th in Mac batting his 31 runs scored also leads the Mac. Wright state University a Walnut Hills Grad Missy Goedde played guard for the raiders this pay st Winter season As a freshman. She played in 21 games amassing 25 rebounds averaging 3.1 Points per game and dished out 28 assists. The raiders maintained a 24-6 record and qualified for the National collegiate athletic association division ii tournament. University of Cincinnati a Regina Williams a Withrow graduate was the fourth leading scorer for the lady bearcats this past Winter at 12.5 pig. And averaged 5.8 rebounds per game. Seven Hills stars earn Mac praises this is your news let us know who would like to read. Stereo pm 92.5 Csc Mali s a beit a tunic to Arbitron Winter �?T87-cin. Metro adults 18 6a-7p . The following seven Hills athletes earned team honors and recognition from the Miami Valley conference boys basketball Jonathan Hawgood Hyde Par most valuable player Justin Gardner Hyde Par most improved player Hawgood first team All Miami Valley conference David Dawson Villa Hills by honorable mention All Mac. Gymnastics Erika Hendricks Hyde Par most valuable Mychelle Shegog Milford most improved. Wrestling Payson Briggs it. Look utmost valuable Tom Beckman Milford most improved. Boys Reserve basketball de Donovan North Avondal most valuable Vincente Roques Hyde Par most improved. R tri state Mower Lawn Mower repair free pick up free delivery All makes amp models Call 721-3270 for pick up 246 w Mcmicken girls basketball most valuable entire team Kristen Hendricks Hyde Par most improved player Kate Kuhn new Richmond and Katie Peter Hyde Par second team All Mac Karin Anderson Clifton Julie Sigmon Indian Hill Hendricks honorable mention All Mac. Purcell honors 119 athletes the following Purcell Marian High school athletes earned awards in the Winter sports program girls basketball most valuable Carrie Murphy most improved Carrie Hale Captain Murphy Best defense Kellie Longeway coaches award Carol Remenowsky. Wrestling most valuable Jason Randolph most improved Cliff Pope Captain Randolph most pins Pope most team Points Keith Eberhart coaches award Randolph. Boys basketball most valuable Dorion Bledsoe most improved Don Geisz Captain wimpy Woods Cavalier award Rich Doggett Pride Hustle desire award Scott Barnett. There were 119 athletes who received letters for participating either on the varsity reset a or freshman level. W a Beechmont mail daffkoay.1 wed., May 20 siamese cat joked with owner \ c a isssis�53s Jyz if your family a growing but your House Isnit suburban classified can Hel. Your and in our real estate Section can reach As Many As 261,744 Poten of 1 tial Home buyers. 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