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Page 128 text:
How Much Talent Can We Uncover?
The JV soccer team, under coach Gary Bartlett, had a good year with a final record of 6-4-2. MVP this year was Mike Dupont, most improved went to Dan Becker, and the Coach’s award was given to John Polnuc. Captains this year were John Klatt and Jimmy Rathmel. Craig Penn was outstanding, leading the Co Stars in goals for the season. John Banovetz also had an excellent year. Coach Gary Bartlett said it was an exciting season and that he was lucky to have these boys on his team. He was quoted as saying that "There is a lot of talent, and it was hard to choose most valuable." Klatt. Banovetz. and Penn were moved up to Varsity for the end of the season and did their part. With all the talent, next year’s Varsity team looks very promising.
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The Freshmen soccer team, under Coach Art Iverson, had a good season although the record of 3-10 might not have shown it. The highlights of the season were a 3-2 w in over Minnehaha and two wins over Richfield. The main problem seemed to be lack of players, but there is still much potential. Coach Iverson was quoted as saying that •’the kids will be good for Coach Zilka, if they can make it through Gary Bartlett next year."
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From Row: J. Rathmcl. M. Carroll, P. McKenna, D. Byrne, D. Huchins. J. Robinson. D. Kroctcn. Middle Row: T. Murphy. D. Duffy. J. Corielli, L, Pctrick, T. Sandvik. M. Burgoync. M. Brandi. Back Row: Coach Bartlett. L. Cordova. J. Eichtcn. F. Breitling. R. Penn. M. Breitling, E. Gustafson, M. Haeg, P. Zilcha
John Eichtcn for their outstanding, all around performances. Most improved went to Mike Burgoync and Ted Murphy, and the Coach’s award went to Dan Byrne.
The year was a good one, filled with hard work and much determination. The team never gave up; if they lost, they picked themselves up and continued on. They were unified in their desire to the best and this is what helped them to go so far. The many seniors on the team wanted to make their last year shine and they succeeded. It will never be forgotten.
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Page 129 text:
Will They Follow In The Varsity’s Footsteps?
The Girls Junior Varsity soccer team, under coach Sister Karen Warren, had a great season with a 4 win, 6 loss and 3 tic record. The highlights of the season were a 5-1 victory over Hill Murray and a shutout against Rosemont. Beth Palo led her team with the most goals scored by an individual player. Backing her up were Michele Kennedy and Cheryl Penn with 5 goals a piece. Karen Susag was named most valuable player and will definitely be worth watching on next year’s Varsity team.
Front Row: M. Schatzlein. K. Williams, L. Hinton. J. Haupt. K. Susag. A. Kcglcy. K. Wheeler. B. Paio. Back Row: M. Kennedy. M. Heaney. C. Penn, M. Praus, M. Kramer. S. Hall. S. Brandt. Coach: Sr. Karen Warren
The Freshman team under the leadership of Lisa Benson learned the meaning of unity and teamwork. Though their season ended in a 2 win. 12 loss and 1 tic record, they still deserve credit for their determination and effort. Coach Lisa Benson said. “The end score isn’t as important as the fact that the girls had a chance to work as a team and succeeded.” After all. it's not whether you win or lose, it's how you play the game.
Front Row: J. Bergman. S. Mclncrny. K. Alton. J. Dvorak. A. DcMurcc. Middle Row B Ricci. C. Sullivan. K Ernst. Back Row: K.Sicincrt. Coach Benson. J. I.iddiard. Not Pictured: L. Jones. A. Aschcr. M. O'Brien
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