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Page 69 text:
ULTRA PERFORMANCE: Those two little words say it all! The girls crosscountry team did wonderfully themselves. Because of all their dedication and teamwork, they placed fourth in the Missota Conference, which was not an easy feat to do! Coach Brewster said that they put an incredible amount of work in the season, and it really shows! Carrie Barrett said the most outstanding player would be Becca Shultz, class of 91. Girls, keep on movin’ and thanks for the good times!
Page 68 text:
IF you DOMTLOOK GOOD,
“If you don’t look good, we don’t look good,” and you look HOT!! The boys cross country team placed second in the Missota Conference. Jason Sankey 89 placed fifth in the regional meet, and went on to show off his speed and skill in State with a time of 17:19 coming in 35th place. Coach Brad Brewster said that, “The team maintained their desire to excel.” All the best, and thanks for making us look good!!
Page 70 text:
Advantage Holy Angels
Tennis Tennis is fun.
You play it in the sun.
You practice every day,
All work and some play.
You watch John McEnroe Every move from head to toe.
You try to play like him But you can’t seem to win.
Then you get an ace,
The ball is in the right place.
You think you’re a pro But the ball went through a window.
So tennis has its ups and downs,
But usually you keep your feet on the ground.
Tennis anyone? Tennis is a game of luck, skill, and fun.
When you combine all three, you get a good match. That is what the girls tennis team did this season. The luck of Fran Shea, the skill of Amy Rushin, and the fun of Bridget Dunne made the season. The journeys to North-Field (twice), Stillwater, and Prior Lake were sandwiched between long hours of practice. Because a serve is something you can ace for years to come!
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