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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tueiilciy, May 30, 1775 _ THE LETHBRIDGF HERAIB _ J.1 HICK COLLIER Senior champ liKENDA LOEIVEN Senior girls' champ TEHHY WALKER .Junior hoys' champ .11VRNA ALLERT i Junior girls' champ TIIKO DECnOOT .Midget bays' champ SYLVIA SACCOMAM Micigel girls' champ A total of 23 new marks established at junior Idgh track mcei Nothing concrete on wrong- The weatherman smiled individual honors the gals, Competing in Other division winners Hie City of Lcllibridge out al. the one-day junior division she came up Tlioo DcGroot in midget liigh school track and field championships Monday afternoon. The meet had an outstanding male and female allilele were also 2U points. Allert competed in midget girls' last year and shared Loewen 111 senior girls' and Sylvia Saecomani in midget girls'. scheduled for last Friday Collier of Paterson with Sian Smith o attends Immanuel rain aiid cold weullier of Hamilton each ivifh 23 while Loewen is from the boys' honors. was not to be denied and Saecomani from It couldn't have been up 24 points in Mary's. for the young athletes as while Collier and Brenda was brilliant in junior set 23 new records and equalled 24 points in junior. Myrna Allert of it wys also a repeat as she rewrote the record in four competitions. She the long jump, the 44-yard Results of track the 220-yard dash and the 100-yard dash. She jumped ivi Iu. in the jump, the old mark was SENIOR ft. in. Her times in the son; 1. Larry Jnrrk, Hamilton; 3. Mark Shaskin. Wilson. Distance 1. Terry Morris. Wilson; J, Ne Reid, Hamlllcn. Time 5. record. Relay 1. Hamillon; Wilson; the nld mark of High Jump Brian Ouick, i C.C H S 5. seconds flat in the 220 nine- 2. Rick Collar, Peterson; 1. Grpg LanqlMJfer, Time of 3 second bctler Ihon Graham MerrirV, hsml'lon. Hehhl Rick Hood, 3. Dill CCH-S. Dislance old record and I2.fi seconds DjseuJ 1. Mark ShasHn, 1. Terry Jump 1. Dwalnt the 100. The old mark hi Lhe 3 Max Whllnford, c C.H.S.; 3. Gary Sinclair Pslprson. 7. Peler C.C.W.S. S. gill GravebBC, Dislanen 'ingarileld. SI Marys; was 13 flat. Triple ,'Wfnp 1 Derek Pul l. Craig won first placp rib- Groq Aflarlii, Wilson; 3, Brian Quick, Pclonwi. Distance 35' pu' 1 Dnnny RledDuJtw, C.C.H.S.; Rick Hwd, Hflmlllon; 3-Dlno GvlsserlcV C.C.H.S. DlslanM 2. Harvey Pocze, Ha mi lion i 3. Dc-rcK Harding, Palerson, t dlsianco in shot put, and 100-yard dash while he was second in SBQ 1. Kim Rosvolo, Hnmlllon; 1. Shana Hirscim, Wilson; 3. Brent Marchuk, C.C. M.S. Time New lump V Mike Shere, Pater-son; 3. Dominic San1.inn.plo, St. Marys, 3. Jeff Palerson, Palerson. Height Jump 1. Theo DcGrcof, 3. MIKE Cralq, Walson; 3. Hanna St. Marys.' Dislance 30T-i" Long Jump 1. Theo DcGrCfOt, I.C high jump as well as the 220-yard dash, Walker earned victories hi the Long Jump 1. Brian Quick, Pafer-non, 7- Marlin, Wilson; 3. Derek Redman, Wilson. Dislance Metre Hurdles 1. Kevin Ma Inborn, Hamlllon; 3. Terry Walker, Ham-niDfi; 3, MarV, Homjnuke, 5t. Marys. Distance U'lO-a" BO Mclrc Hurdles 1. Malhew Kel-ens, 5', Tcm Glover, and long jump and came second in the fld-mclre hurdles New 13.7 New 3. ScoH Macbsnnan, well as the 100-yard dash 100 Yd. Dash l. Rick Collier, Peterson; Grcn Martin, Wilson; Jump 1 Terry V.'alker, Hamillon; 7. Dominic Santanqelo, ISO New record. Discus 1. Crniq Reich, 51. victories came In Ray Robinson. Hamlffon, Time 10.P. 330 Yd. Dash i. jorry Areshenko, Wilson; 3. Rick Collier, Palerson; 3 Cur! Schweitzer, Palcrson, Distance 15' 100 Yd. Dpsh 1. Trevor Douq Bodic, Si. .1 Theo De-Grool, I.C.. Dislflnce 97' Jong jump and the triple jump. He was third in the dis- Greg Martin Wilson. Time 25. Terry Walker- Hamlllon; Yd. Dash l, Bryan 80 Melpr 1. Derek Lnfhipn. Hamll'on. Time I Malhew Kelenc, Wilson; 1. Barrv Schmldl. Wilson; Yd. Dnsh 1. Harvey Mike Craiq, Wahon: Time 29 was the winner Mark Boldry, Palerson. Time 2. Jfck Lolhisn Hami -ton: 3. Morgan Monroe, C.C H.S. Yd. Dash 1. B'ian the long jump and then set __ i Patr-rson; J. Wilson; son; 2, Hess WalsoT: 3-Rardy Syrcnno, SI Marys Time new record in the She ran Hamillon. Time -1V.D New Final 1. Brian Murray, distance in 1.10.4 two full Yd. T. Pal McCune, faster than the pre- Minor Theo Deqrocl, I.C." Time 12.9 Tied rocord. Relay 1. Si. Marys; I. Palcrson, Walson. Tirnc mark. She was second in the 220 and third in Lhe 100 yard dash. Loewen's points came The Larks outlasted the managed t.hree Jump 1 Mickey Kinaham, C.C.H.S 7. Diane Tumor, Wilson; a record setting long jump 18 12 in Lakeside Little n losing c; 1G ft. 3 in. She the action Monday another contest, the Jump 1. Brenda Lowen, mark by an inch. She was Dalian Brandley earned edged the Indians 8-6 1. Shelly Kovnnsky, Hamlllon; 3 Rodzmck, C.C.H.S. first in the 4-30-yard finals mound verdict while Doug Mike Matkin's New well as runner-up in the 100- ter suffered the loss. Wade Steed paced the Larks mill four base hiLs while Maxwell took the loss. The Astros lulled the Dodgers 15-7 Monday in Norcresl Little League l. Wenriy Rodilnyak, C-C.H.S.; 1. Terry Hiidkrd, Hsmlilon; 3. Shell! Hames, Hamillon. Dislance 440 Yd. Flndl 1. Drenda dash. Athletes from the seven junior high schools, St. Mary's. Paterson, Hamilton, Immanuel Christian Catholic Central Emily Burke, C.C.H.S, Tima Native Coghlin was the winner over Reggie Watson and Wilson took part in the one-da v event. i 2. Les Johnson Palerson; Tolh paced the Hainos, Hamillon, Dislanca host Taber Ebony a double and a single white Brian Kanewischcr added a triple. Dcug Vogt aind Rino Cut-tapar each managed two doubles for the Yd. Final 1. Wendy Rrxhln-yaK, C.C H.; 2 Brendn Lowen, place lead chances 12.J. 320 Yd. Final 1. Brenda Lowen, Paterson; 2. Jan MilchHI. Hamillon; 3. Cheryl Adam-i, Hamilton. Time Senior Little League Lelhbndge Native Sons and Taber Ebony Hawks will tanglo for the third lime in Southern Alberta Major Lacrosse League play came up with a 10-7 verdict over the Royals, Ron Moser was the winner with the loss credited lo John 2. Diane Turner, Wilson, 3 Ruth Wslssc, Hsmlilon; Time U.l Nexv record 4JO Yd. Relay 1. C.C.H.S 3. Ham-Illrn, 3, Wilson. Time 57.6 Texaco and Ealons regained first place in the Coim-Iry Club Golf Lenpie standings after play concluded Monday In two previous encounters Ihe first place Native Sons have earned 8-7 and 11-6 victories over the second place club from the Gardiner stroked a double for the Comets while Jerry Arcshcnka had a home run in a losing cause. Steve Dcvoic had started Yd. 1. Shpldeen Woolf, Pator-son; 2 Jane DeGraaf, Paicrion 3. DarJa Anderson, Hamillon. Time JUNIOtl GIRLS 60 M.eli-c Hurdles 1 Lnvonne MiH. Pa-'enon; Jeanne pavell. Tiie Packers' foursome o[ Bill Lord. Ross Held. Fred NOT-Ran nnd Dale O'Brien combined for a H3 lo Lake Jow Icani net According lo coach Dave Smith, the N.iiivc Sons but gave lo 3. Joyce OKhi, Hnmiltcn lime 1J.5. Long Jump 1 Myrna Alien, nnd (lie sweep over Tol-leslrup. starling lo jell and should remain on lop of tho 13 in his six-inning s 2. bhcrry Groves, Hamil'on, 3. Joceline Bcaudine, C.C.H.S Dislnncc U'1'.i" _ New also nabbed Uie low net honors a .12 The Sons" power players Jump Kim Ellison, honors went lo Jim Bor- also slarlmg to come Vaicic-nak, C.C.H.S.' Hi-iohl of CHEC and Doug Brown said Sniilli, who watched h i Pal 1 l-w Tolloslnip's with a 41. club slam in five power play finals against the Calgary 2. Hr-lly Wi'lson; Kaplan, C.C.H. Distance 26'8'j" sweeps highlighted play al Henderson miers last Final _ i Myma pih-rr, CIIKC Radio If such is the case, the KRN P1MSS. WalkCl'S Hawks should stay away Sandra Palmer, 8 New points from Owens. llic penally hox as much as one- over- par 72, marin 1. JiiJi V.'Hch. Cliff Stroll shot sible iambics of the Wil-on. [or Hie House of Tonight's nirmmler Is set (imriianieiil Monday, Yd Finnl 1 AUt'rl fio at p.m. at Ihe with a record 2113 lo win J Rhonria 'porrcn, Hamillon; l10'1 lutllOIS VL'Ilt lit (iClTV Pl'OltL' son Lake1 Ice whopping 10 PI Jocelyn ncaunm, C.C H.S. Time AIT Building with a 31. Meanwhile the finished one under par Yrt. Final 1. fAyrnfl look low team net Warlords cairn: up holes after earlier rounds Shprry Grovni, Hamilton; 3. Carol McAuley, Time 1! an aggregate score o( 130. hard foughl. G-fi win over over the for Singers were Andy Taber lianlams in Taber Pine Needles Country 1. H.iniillnn, 1. C.C.H.S 3. Wilson, i. I.C Time 58.2 ICd Pollnr, John day In win ami 'i'he Warlords, who held a 31-year-old nulivc nf GIRLS Loni Jump 1. SyKirn CLUB first pmod lead received Tex., led from the Marys; Cheryl Kirthcnnw, TJ four goal performance day. She brought her ,1. Yflnv'if? J.im Mil mi (Ion. 1n Ron Wilson while Vic for the year to Pul 1. Dr-ni-n Jidrlnl a her first event of flAlchcllo on W.irson. 1. Iliinn chipped Ml 1 mnln .iml fiirr, Poll. ml (alUH j f H (IFFn-i r 17 J M II" fill 1 ilhl'r D'livli.-ik and Ilcrmnn Fivisi'n also managed a Yd. rinal i SI W.uyj, P.ilnr-.nn; 3 Gail Thompson, W.il'.on lniu' 1 10 1 New Til LAKESIDE nil i each in a lo.Mng Maiik-llo lias pulled Yd. Fin.ll l. Kim IK I Y, v golfing feat, in his first i-fn Spr'oa'' Vi w l. n A Pis. golfing that some Final 1. klm HP c "la'Ir i nccomplisli in a (onmni, M 1 al. Hie niiilinriq 11 column ivifh inejid J. Prnlrp TV T f jl "Tim n.-v.Pr.iff Shflni. ll' .Alnnfrllrt r.'innrd j" R.in 1 nw T.H-KI j ,D 1; .linrv M Ml] 11 s 1ft Don 1 111 shol on the MO- yard Metro Hurdlrs 1 i-i'f nin'.ki. M 7. Knil X