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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta FLORIDA-WEST INDIES CRUISES 7 7 Depart Calgary avtry Friday, CemnwiKlng Jan. 10. 1975 IfOZ occupancy) ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Village Mall Phena 321-3201 Fourth Section The Lethbridge Herald Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, December 4, 1974 LOMT 7lh SI. Shopping Mill FILING CABINETS Pages 33- 44 Stoddard returns to basketball to coach gals LCC Kodiettes looking forward to winning season By GARRY ALLISON Herald Sports Writer Ray Stoddard is about to embark on his first basketball season as a head coach since 1949. And he's looking forward to it. Ray is taking over the reins as head coach of the Lethbridge Community College Kodiettes and is optimistic about his girls' chances. "I don't like to make predictions about a he said, "but these girls will be in there at the end. They are a good ball club." The last time Ray coached basketball he took his team to the provincial championship and with a little bit of luck this year's Kodiettes could be headed in that same direction. Thus far they have competed in two tournaments, winn- ing one and picking up the consolation prize in the other. Already the team shows a vast improvement over last THE LCC KODIETTES, FRONT ROW, SHELLEE FROM THE LEFT IS RAY STODDARD REEDER NANCY JENSEN BRENDA LA2- KATHIE SMITH, VAL CHARTERIS AND SHERRY ARICK SHIRLEY LEHTO SHIRLEY YUILL HIRSCHE. AND DOREEN GURNEY IN THE BACK ROW season and their starting line up boasts a number of consis- tent shooters. "We are well balanced on the Kodiettes new coach said, "and on defence we use a full court press at all times." The Kodiettes are also involved in an elimination tourna- ment to decide the Alberta representative for the Canada Winter Games slated for Lethbridge and district Feb. 11-23. "It's a round robin coach Stoddard stated, "and we've already won our first game." The Kodiettes starting line up has Brenda Lazarick and Shirley Yuill at the guard positions and Doreen Gurney, and Val Charteris up front with Shellee Reeder playing centre. All the girls are capable of hitting the double figures in any game but the main scoring punch comes from Yuill, Reeder and Lazarick. Most of the girls are Southern Albertans but two come to the LCC from Saskatchewan. Nine girls form the Kodiettes team, they are: Kathie Smith Kathie is the tallest gal on the team, standing six foot two inches. She is presently recovering from a knee injury and has yet to see action with the team. Kathie is a nursing student and is in her first year with the Kodiettes. A centre forward, Kathie hails from Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan where she played her high school basketball. Nancy Jensen Nancy is in her first season with the Kodiettes and stands five foot seven inches in height. She was raised in Lundbreck where she played high school bail with the Livingston school. A forward with the LCC squad, Nancy is majoring in business at the college. Doreen Gurney Doreen has never played organized basketball until this year with the Kodiettes. She stands five foot six inches and is a physical education major at the LCC. Born in Magrath, Doreen spent the last six years of her life at Pincher Creek before attending the college. Brenda Lazarick Brenda played her high school basketball in Lethbridge, spending three years with the Winston Churchill gal's team. This is her first year at the college and she is taking a community and youth leadership course. This five foot five inch gal is one of the starting guards for the team. Sherry Hirsche Sherry is the second nursing student playing with the Kodiettes. She is in her first year at the LCC and is a forward. Sherry attended school in Fort Macleod where she played basketball with the F. P. Walshe high school team for two years. Val Charteris Val is the other Saskatchewanite on the team, hailing from Kerrobert, a town of "and She is five foot seven inches tall and plays forward. In her first year at the LCC Val is taking an outdoor recreation course. Shellee Reeder Shellee comes to the LCC from Cardston where she played high school basketball. She is attending physical education and recreation classes at the LCC and the starting centre is in her second year with the team. Shellee has a brother who is quite active in rodeo circles in Canada, Bill Reeder. Shellee is five feet eight inches tall. Shirley Yuill Shirley is also from Cardston and also has a brother who is making quite a name for himself in sport, Don Yuill. Shirley is back with the Kodiettes for the second year and stands five foot five inches in height. She is one of the starting guards with the team and one of its surest shots. She played high school ball at Pincher Creek and is majoring in physical education and community youth. Shirley Lento Shirley is in her first year with the Kodiettes and comes from Picture Butte. She is another member of the team that has had absolutely no experience playing organized ball on either the high school or college level. Five foot six inches tall, Shirley is a forward. She is taking community youth and physical education. The Kodiettes regular season starts Friday night when they meet Camrose Lutheran College. Saturday they battle the Red Deer college girls team. Both games will be at the LCC will precede the men's game featuring the Kodiaks. Woods sidelined Lethbridge Broncos of the Western Canada Hockey League, trying to break a re- cent slump, got more bad news Tuesday. Greg Woods, perhaps the hardest working forward on the club, will be sidelined for nearly eight weeks with a broken shoulder. "How do you beat said Bronco coach Earl Ingar- field. "We have hitting prac- tice and Woods breaks his shoulder." .Apparently Woods attempted to check on team- mate Gart Morgan but mis- sed. He went heavily into the boards and broke his right shoulder. The flu bug is also trying to take its toll on the Broncos. Broncos play host to Brandon Wheat Kings tonight at eight o'clock at the Sportsplex and as late as Tuesday evening defencemen John Lutz and Doug Gillespie were in bed with the flu. "Gillespie has been in bed two days." said Ingarfield Tuesday, "and today Lutz was laid up." But Ingarfield says everyone will ave to play. There just aren't enough horses to go around. It is ex- pected that Morgan will play at centre in place of Woods, at least for the time being. After tonight's game the Broncos play host to Flin Flon Bombers in their only Satur- day night home game of the year this Saturday at eight. from... 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