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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - March 11, 1990, Winnipeg, Manitoba Free press March 1990 3 bosons grab Rookie awards by Robert Knodel three University of Manitoba athletes proved to be the outstanding first year players in their chosen sport this Adrienne Toogood and Eric Bridgeland were recently selected As great Plains athletic conference basketball rookies of the Darren Carlson was spacs top Rookie in mens they were also named Gapac second team Toogood turned out to be a pleasant Surprise for bosons women Adrienne Toogood Toske Bali coach Coleen didst i didst think that shed be the scoring threat and consistent player that she turned out to says the five gotten a product of Westwood averaged Points per she finished second in team scoring and was named to the Canadian inter University athletic Union Al Rookie team along with teammate Anne also a Gapac i knew it would be Between Anne and says its just too bad they nominate two people from one Eric Bridgeland of the bosons mens basketball team is also considered a top Prospect for the Ciau award As top Rookie in the awards night is March Bridgeland averaged 18 Points per led the bosons in scoring and assists and was third in in addition to neutralizing Al Canadian guard Burke Bridgeland also scored the final Point in the bosons Gapac semifinal win Over the Hes the most Complete player weve had Here As a says Bison coach Rick Suffield of a six Foo three he has become As Good As he has because of the tremendous hard work and determination he puts into who was born in Illinois and raised in returned to his Hometown after a stint in he stayed South of the Border Long enough to become the states top High school scorer last Suffield expected his highly touted recruit to step right and showed Confidence in Bridgeland from Day Bridgeland i had the Chance to play and that just the Way it turned he car sons debut with the powerhouse bosons volleyball squad was far less the Sinfo Othour Middle Blocker didst get into the starting lineup until after an injury to Jayson card gave Carlson a Chance to and the Brandon native did a great Job for Garth Hes probably one of the More athletic players on the Pischke says of the firs year arts Hes a Good All round All of his skills Are named map in guiding the Brandon Vincent Massey squad to the provincial a title in has shown he Hes really unproved a lot Over the course of the Hes learning very playing with a supporting cast of five Gapac first team including map Dale Doest the others Are Peter Keith Soren Pederson and Steve Nedohin claim another title add provincial High school Curling champions to the list of accomplishments of the Nedohin boys from Charles Sean Nedohin and his Oak Park collegiate teammates beat the Hometown favorite Mike Colborne rink from Dauphin High school 74 in the final to claim the Provin Cial Crown last Nedohin and younger brother who plays third on both the High school and Junior Sean Nedohin skipped combined to win Bac Toback Manitoba Curling association Junior mens Bonspiel titles in 1987 at the High school Curling championships in Dauphin last the Nedohin rink won All seven games they including the a Side that game was a 7 2 win Over the Dean Linke rink from Linke raiders have to Settle for 2nd by Robert Knodel Greg Kyllo had just played one of the Best games of his but he was the Oak Park raiders assistant Captain could Only watch As the Stonewall rams paraded around the rink with the championship emblematic of supremacy in the Winnipeg High school hockey the rams edged the Rai Ders 42 in the league a thrilling game played before a boisterous crowd at the Keith Bodley March Stonewall repeated As league champions with their win Over the expansion Oak Park the Bronze medal game was decided in overtime with the Vincent Massey trojans prevailing 4 3 Over the surprising Sisler in satisfied with my game but i wish our team would have been on the other said named the the raiders i think our team gave it about everything we Kyllo set up the games opening goal by defence Man Jeff Seebald in the first be he then brought the Rai Ders to within one with a goal of his own in the but the raiders Hopes were dashed when the rams co Stonewall rams beat the raiders dark to the Rey Woods scored a Short time Woods was named the tournament map and teammate Daryl Doubleday was stonewalls map in the Kyllo gave the rams full credit for the but he help but wonder if the result would have been different had the raiders team Captain been Tom Pratt suited up for the but was for the most part a broken wrist suffered in the raiders 43 semifinal win Over the trojans one Day earlier saw to who finished second to teammate Mark Mitchell in league scoring this was having a Banner he had three goals two game winners and 12 Points before the injury inmate Mitchell led All playoff scorers with seven goals and 14 Pratt was named the leagues most sportsmanlike while Mitchell was named the West division map for the Johns Raven court eagles defence Man Victor Hladik was the East division the Surprise team of the tournament had to be the Sis Ler the expansion which placed sixth in the eight team West upset the Johns Ravens court eagles 20 in the eagles opening the spartans had tied the Westwood warriors and beaten the fort Richmond centurions prior to meeting the East division champs this the spartans then lost 54 to the and 61 to the mixers teens champs again Sean left and David Nedohin add to their trophy placed third in the compete the girls championship was won by the Tracy Kon Zelman rink from they beat Jennifer Jones of Windsor Park collegiate 71 in the Brandi Mcgills Carman collegiate team Pla ced Jones had sister Heather at with Leah Lozinski and Tanis Penner on the front the coached by Roy won six games and lost just joining Sean and David on the Nedohin rink were Derek Jennings and Kevin Mcken Zie at Bill Adkins was the teams by Robert Knodel scoring goals is great out playing great defence wins the mixers captured their second consecutive teens a provincial Wingette championship last weekend by employing that philosophy to a said victorious coach Paul the mixers beat the Angels 41 in the final As a we probably played the Best weve Ever said co coach of the mixers along with Steve Taralee Tara Michelle Allaire and Kristin Albo scored for the while Laura Thompson provided solid play in the James Canadette beat the Falcons 52 for the Bronze medal in teens the teens final was the mixers eighth game in three after losing their first game to the the mixers went undefeated in games against the Interlake James Canadette River East and North stars to qualify for the rematch with the the mixers were second in league play with 15 wins and 31 Points in 18 but they were wingless in three matches one tie against the firs place Angels during the regular the Angels recorded a 16 two tie record for 34 Cloutier said one of the keys to the mixers Success was that they decided team goals were More important than individual the rest of the team includes Wendy Leah Leanne Colleen Wendy Elena Scouras and Kelly the team manager is Linda Eastman captured the Junior title with a 73 win Over the the undefeated during the regular season with 14 wins and two beat the Canadette 94 for the the Angels edged the mixers 65 in overtime to win the Deb while the Falcons required overtime to eliminate the Canadette 51 for the the mixers Belles team completed an unbeaten season by edging the Angels 87 for the Gold while the Canadette hammered the tempos 131 for the several teams in the Winnipeg Wingette league went undefeated this season in addition to the Junior and Belle the list includes the Deb b team from South Dale 13 one Oak Bluff Deb As 18 Bluff Belle As Waverly Heights tween by team 15 one Roblin Park Petite c2 team eight River Heights Petite b2 18 and the Novice by team from Gateway eight

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