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Sophomore Football: (first row) Jason Cooper, Fred Hale, Brad Smith, Dave Woolman, Darin Ferguson, Rob Rissman, Rob Blonigan, Andy Porter, Jay Castle, (second row) Seth Else, Mike Rowan, Joaquin Benefiel, Chang Chea, Everett Hogue, Tom May, Dan Prince, Todd Claussen. (third row) David Smith, Aaron Kephart, Mark Cody, Gene Parker, Coach Ted Leverenz, Todd Poortinga, La Cam, Jim Coriglano, Matt Rush, (fourth row) Danny Nissen, Troy Brown, Gene Washington, Matt Geyer, Tyler Hankins, Bruce Peterson, Shawn O ' Neal, Brian Arpy. (fifth row) Matt Sanford, Curtis Smith, Doug Pagel, Chris Bolten, Jace Franseen, Rich Kelley, James DeAngelo. (sixth row) John Zoutte, Pat Nelson, Todd Cox, John Kline, Chris Gustafson, Rob Neck- ols, Jeff Davis, Greg Worthington. ' 4 54 30 31 29 21 73 6 5 ft: 7%BS r 33 89 28 4 15 2- 6 L4? 5 3 Vi 3 37 |£S Si io fa 1 60i ICS? Freshman Football: (first row) Steve Smith, Dan Ellis, Jacob Ickowitz, Joe Bianchi, Shane Roerig, Paul Ol son, Troy Dayton, Chuck Tapee, Dan Hejkal, Bob Cross, Dan Harris, (second row) Mike Patterson, George Lawerence, Mike Robart, Cory Mason, Ryan Thompson, Dean Hobson, Mark Kinney, Randy Luna, Ronny Statlaer, Bill Burton, (third row) Manager Ray Murray, Scott McGriff, Chad Welch, Gene Kenoyer, Assistant Coaches Bob Ingvall, Larry Johnson, Head Coach Ed Pilkington, Chris Helm, Jason Valdez, Steve Tomlinson, Alfred Hyslope. (fourth row) Chad Dugger, Bobby McVey, Travis Frost, Bret Dupes, Mike Collier, John Feucolaro, Chris McNeeley, Ryan Mul- stay, Ryan Johnson, John Bagwell, (fifth row) Rich Griglione, Brian Glick, Sean Forester, John Graham, John Henderson, Scott Johnson, Eris Johnson, James Courtney, Danny Ellison, (sixth row) Chad Stookey, Scott Lundgren, Judd Hardcastle, Shannon Glasford, Bud Renken, Roger Hutchensen, Danny Schaffner, Adrian Rincon. 71
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Young Gridders learn new skills for future The JV, sophomore, and freshman football teams learned important skills that will be valu- able to them in the future. The main goal for the year was to ready the players for varsity football. The JV football team got off to a slow start with losses to Valley, Newton, and East, and fin- ished the season 0-7. Coach Ace Hendricks said, " We ' re basically not concerned with our win-loss record. Our main reason for playing JV football is to gain experience for varsity competition. " The sophomore football team got off to a fair start and ended the season 4-4. Quarterback Jamey DeAngelo said, " We ' ve improved greatly from last year and we are going to suprise a lot of teams in the future. " The freshman football team ended their sea- son1-7 but learned new skills each week. Fresh- man quarterback Steve Tomlinson said, " Play- ing football for Lincoln has been a great exper- ience for me. I love football and the program at Lincoln is a tremendous one. " 1. JV defense tackles the Newton offense. 2. JV offense ad- vances the ball. JV Football: (first row) Deundra Germany, Jeff Nelson, Terry Riccelli, Steve Bainter, Gary Tesdell, Joel Schutte, Bryan Edwards, Gary Loux, Jeff Fredrick, Jamie Marlow, Tom Jarshaw. (second row) Robert Peterson, Marvin Cason, Chad Cornwell, Jeff Snider, Bill Lapham, Brian Berry, Scott James, David Pulliam, Joel Vanderwerff, Bruce Johanson, Tim Cone, (third row) Manager Ray Murray, Jim Schroader, Eric Bergis, Mike Johnson, Ted Bolton, George Ashman, Brian McVey, Craig Bindrum, Gary Gioffredi, Chad Douglas, Eric Methfessel, Manager Chris Waltz, (fourth row) Chris Kelley, Jim Schroeder, Eric Ingvall. Theodore DuPuy, Paul Romine, Chad Russell, Pat Daughen- baugh, Tony Harvey, Jeff Nelson, Chris DeLury. 70
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Team advances most to State since 1979 Coaches Tom Cady and Dan Paulson had noth- ing to be ashamed of despite the Tankers ' mislead- ing record of only two wins; they had a very suc- cessful season. The Tankers placed an impressive 3rd in the dis- trict meet, qualifying the most swimmers since 1979 to the state meet. State swimmers were all underclassmen: Karen Spidle, 50-yard freestyle, 100-yard butterfly, and 400-yard freestyle relay; Amber Wegner, 50-yard freestyle, 100-yard back- stroke, and 400-yard freestyle relay; Marilee Sparks and Valerie Kaczmarek, 400-yard freestyle relay. Senior Betsy Bradner was the alternate for the relay team. Adding to the excitememt of the state meet, three records were broken as well. Karen Spidle broke her own record in the 50-yard freestyle with a new time of 25.88. She also broke the 100-yard butterfly record previously held by Beda Soliday. Amber Wegner broke the old school record of 106.1 in the 100-yard backstroke, replacing it with a time of 105.9. After finishing 21st of 80 teams in the state meet, senior Tri-captains Betsy Bradner, Shelley Hutch- inson, and Laurie Weaver had no trouble showing the younger swimmers how hard work and team effort can pay off. " The girls are wet and wonderful and a joy to work with! I ' m happy to be back, " Coach Tom Cady commented. 1. Betsy Bradner dives into the pool during a time trial. 2. Karen Spidle, who placed 6th in the 100-yard butterfly and 12th in the 50-yard freestyle at the state meet, checks her time as she touches the wall. 3. Mindi Wood, junior, takes the tuck position during another successful dive. 4. Amber Wegner, who placed 8th in the 100-yard backstroke and 18th in the 50-yard freestyle at the state meet, pulls ahead of her opponents during the 200- yard freestyle. 72
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