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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 15, 1983, Tokyo, Japan 20 sports Pacific stars and stripes february 1983 Acaf women basketball begins by Dave Ornauer sports writer Yokota Japan battling Back from a first round loss in last years Pacific air forces women basketball the Clark diplomats of the Philippines first played then underdog and finally serious contender in playing an exhausting five games in three Days Enro Ute to the final against the Korea and after trouncing Korea 5544 in the final rounds first game and forcing a second and decisive Fate was the fatigue the killer As Clark came up an exasperating five Points Short of the Acaf losing 4843 to the weary losers bracket finalists drive for the title came up Short against a ready Korea squad that had swept unbeaten to a final that gave both the mens and women Acaf Cage crowns to Korea for As the 1983 version of the Acaf tourney got under Way Here Clark began its bid for a title it has never won against a Guam bombers team believed to be in the Acaf women playoff for the first time the Winner of that clash monday had a Date against Korea later in the three members of the 1982 Clark team Are perhaps eyeing another showdown against a completely revamped Allstar squad that has no not seeking revenge revenge on the diplomats minds no says Clark coach Larry you really cant say to revenge can backfire on Starks one game at a were just coming to play a Good ballgame and take the Acaf were in the same bracket As Korea forget about my first game is against once i get them out of the then i go to my next the diplomats bring a Runan gun plus zone a bal club that communicates on the according to once on the they Start being As one instead of give each other Basic we use but if we have we can play a very Strong Starks we run and Starks relies on the play of forwards Tersa Evans and Lisha Givson and the shooting strength of Center Onilea Stacy Harrison and Denise sixth players coming off the Bench include sue Poison and Stephanie Gibson and Forward Mary Lou Zeis Are returnees from the 1982 runner up a lot of outstanding ballplayers and a Strong Starks i believe Clark can win this he All the girls have put in a lot of hard mostly Treyve played filipina teams under inter National rules Acaf uses Mcaa and Treyve beaten a National filipina team consisting of University they can win this Tournai should a Clar Korea rematch be in the first and Foremost on the diplomats minds will be Starks no revenge at the game they lost last year is its in the this is the Well take it one game at a time and do our the bombers of Guam come from Andersen a strategic air command which Only in recent years has been sending squads to Acaf Competition under an agreement Between the two coach Reggie Mosley thinks that firs time jitters wont be a we dont dwell on it most of the girls dont even realize he a bran new team with guards that control the Ball Well and a Strong shooting Mosley charges have spent much time working defense in prac our practices the last couple of weeks have been mainly we expect to do Mosley like Guam carries no returning players on its roster from this is almost like a bran new and like the bombers Center their game on their forwards team Captain june a Acaf softball and Holly Robbins is probably the Best shooter we Shes a pretty Good shooter and Shes Good under the Mosley our Kim Shes a big she can really so i think Shell help us out on Mosley prefers a variable 122 offensive while employing 122 and 212 zone we Seldom go i dont think we have but we do sometimes use a 221 Mosley from the time the Ball comes across we put pressure on the that helps keep the other team a Little bit of balance on their Yokota Hawaii in mondays other opening round the Home based Yokota raiders Begani their title bid against a Hawaii Al stars squad that had but two veterans and hoped that the 1983 tourney will be Hawaii Best Allstar coach Dexter Smith Forward Carla Seitz and guard Dee Tennison returned from 1982 to a Hawaii team that plays controlled Smith that the most important thing i we run several different plays on mostly off the a few Mantovan and when they run pm it not a but a More controlled the Allstar defense works strictly by featuring 122 and 212 very Little Mantovan and Smith Only when i have the Hawaii coach would not make any pre tournament but he did say All squads entered would play one game at a it has to be one game at a Smith repeating Starks my team has a tendency to sometimes play other times if they get out and play the kind of Ball they that there capable i think Well Surprise a lot of Raider coach Orlando Carr hoped Lokotas women would do better than their men counterparts did in their tourney two weeks the men raiders lost two Quick decisions and dropped immediately from title normally Stern and Carr got a huge along with his Raider sunday night with the return of spark plug Forward Belinda Oler from convalescent leave in the it was feared that Oler would not play in this years tournament after leading Yokota to a somewhat dismal record in last years our chances have improved Carr said upon overs she joined her teammates at the pre tournament banquet held in the players Honor sunday night at the Yokota no open Shes one of our better and an inspiration to the Carr the Yokota Hawaii Winner was to face the Kadena Falcons of Okinawa in mondays other opening Day a winners bracket Kadena and Korea Drew first round byes and Only stood two victories away from a spot in the Acaf four games were on tap monday and four More on second Day Battles tuesday include three losers bracket matchup and the winners bracket final at one game is scheduled the losers bracket final at 7 the tourney final is scheduled at 4 and a second if will All games Are to be played at the main gymnasium on Lokotas West games Monsako at Memphis Nause City at Baltimore Smith 737376 222 Marty Dickerson 757177 Dudl Stanley Moriguchi deals from Page Mant Barbara moxness 747476 224 Myra Van Hoose 71 7 c jumi13uii for Jurj xxx Dan Forsman Kathy Mcmullen Dan Halldorson Sandra Spuzich Masahiro Kuramoto 687470 212 Carolyn Hill 757378 226 de Sneed Judy Ellis United states football league Boston signed Andy Mark Calcavecchia Deedee Lasker Gil Morgan Sandra Post Mark Dalpos Laura Hurlbut Hubert Green Linda Hunt running Denver traded Bill and the rights to Dick defensive to the Boston Breakers Lou Graham 726674 214 Barbara Barrow Bruce Lietzke Kathy Martin Charles Coody Marlene Hagge 767380 229 Larry Mize the rights to Tom and an eighth round 1984 draft signed John los Angeles signed Tom to a fou year Bill Kratzert 697077 216 Rick Pearson Mike Nicolette buddy Gardner Bob Eastwood English league Manchester announced the Dill 79 7n 77 of John Dill i t log Sarasota Golf indoor soccer american soccer league Toronto signed Conny a scores for and David 43 golfers who completed the third l Lauderdale of the Lyga Sarasota classic Baltimore 18 7 Over the Bent tree Golf Cleveland 16 Craig to a oneyear transferred the con and Racquet club course then Chicago 17 12 of Keith to the to seven including the leaders Are new York 14 11 named Cheryl scheduled to Complete the third round on Buffalo 13 14 and promotions 12 13 Lauren Howe Memphis 11 16 Valerie Skinner Western division Sarah Leveque Phoenix 17 13 Janet Coles Kansas City 14 11 announced the resignation of Chris offensive Lynn Adams san Diego 15 12 named Hollis Stacy Louis 14 12 Lesesne athletic director and act Sandra Haynie Wichita 13 12 mens basketball sue ertl Golden Bay 7 18 7 announced the res Patti Rizzo los Angeles 5 24 of Eddie head baseball Ayako Okamoto effective at the end of the Atsuko Hikade 747273 Sharon Barrett 727374 Chicago fired Floyd Robin Walton Louis head basketball named Spencer Devlin Buffalo Eisenberg interim head basketball Shelley Hamlin Patty Sheehan Bay at announced the resignation of Judy Rankin York at women basketball Kelly Fulks at Kansas Vicki Fergon Joyce Kazmierski 767174 at san signed Mike Jane Crafter football to a three year con Becky Pearson Bay at new abcs 2ranked heavyweight in win Cleveland a Greg the world Box ing councils 2ranked used his Supe rior quickness to score an easy unanimous decision Over Larry Frazier in a 10round bout at Public a 24yearold from gained his 21st Victory in 22 his Only loss came in a 10round decision against Trevor Ber Bick last of suffered his fourth defeat in 24 professional Page dominated the fight by throwing an assortment of while Frazier was Able to counter Only on occasion with a hard left referee Jackie Keough scored the fight 10092 in pages judges Vito Mazzeo and Eddie Mcquire awarded the fight to Page by identical scores of the fight was uneventful except for the second and fifth when both fight ers engaged in several heavy the crowd started booing in the late rounds because of the Lack of Frazier opened the second round with a barrage of left but Page countered with a combination of blows that left Frazier bleeding heavily from the in the fifth the boxers engaged in three separate flurries of punches which Drew blood from Fra Ziers nose and from beneath his left the fight ended with Fra Zier desperately attempting to Knock out but succeeding Only in knocking out pages mouthpiece with a left Page entered the fight ranked behind wac Champi on Larry Holmes and world boxing association titlist Michael currently was once rated As High As

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