Ames High School - Spirit Yearbook (Ames, IA)

 - Class of 1978

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Boys Cross Country 99

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AX Depth was the key to the tremendous season the cross country team enjoyed But that same depth may have cost them the state title. Throughout the season Ames High runners were consistently grouped together in times and finishes. However, in the state meet, squad numbers were cut down to five, of which only four were counted. Team depth ana balance very rarely win state titles. But as cross country Coach John Sletten put it, “If it comes down to having one outstanding person, five poor ones, and winning state, or having an 11-0 regular season and a balanced squad, I'll take the latter anyday. " Not only did this year's team go 11-0 in regular season competition, they also won the conference title, their second in three years. However, their disappointment over not winning state D OD Me 44 سے‎ » vi ۲ BOYS CROSS COUNTRY. Front: G. Marty, M. Brewer, C. Rasmussen, D. Aurand, J Matt, B. Johnson, G. Reynolds, M. Jensen, D. Robbins. Middle: D. Jensen, G. Griffiths, K. Kelsey, S. Wiggins, J. TREMENDOUS EFFORT was obvious. ''We (the team) deserved better ۲۲ said a disappointed Mark Jensen. “The potential for this year's team was there but we couldn't make all the ends meet, " added Dan Aurand. If state titles were given for hard work and dedication, the Little Cyclones certainly would have won Throughout the season squad numbers increased instead of decreased. ''The team attitude was just great,” said Coach Sletten. ‘‘For the first time in my 16 years of coaching cross country we had more people at the end of the year than at the beginning. Coach Sletten summed up a near perfect year with an appropriate saying; “The values that were gained during the year far outweigh the disappointments.” lø ۰ 1ر ون‎ کر‎ b Lef f — — GE? 4 Wo rn » « و‎ VA, b , r = fe ec, " h ۲ e 8 TRA 4 | A - اک‎ CZ - Prestemon, B. Pearson, J. Banitt, D. Ewan, T. Boston, B 98 Boys Cross Country Brearly, D. Woolley Back: Coach J. Sletten, T. Cox, G. Hathcock, D. Lamb, R Kahler, J. Gulliver, R. Knutson, M. Deppe, M. Handy, B. Cook, M. Bergeson, Mgr. A. Sletten



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TEA UNITY “The girls worked together for one season the Bobcat Invitational at another, | sensed a real closeness in this Marshalltown. “Our J.V. team came in group, " remarked Cecil Spatcher, girls' one, two, three and four. All the girls cross country coach. performed particularly well that day,” “The girls on the team run for each said Spatcher. other, not just themselves, " ’ said senior Injuries played a major role in the Judy Rossmiller. season. ‘‘We had our number two Amidst a strong feeling of unity, the runner, Linda Coady, out with a stress girls' cross country team finished the fracture and Judy Rossmiller unable to season with an impressive 5-0 dual meet run with a knee injury at districts and record. They also added firsts at the Lynx state,” said Spatcher. “If Coady had Invitational, the Bobcat Invitational and been able to run we could have possibly the Valley Triangular. taken fourth or fifth at state.” The team was led by junior Karen Evans, At the state meet the team took fifth ۱ a transfer from Decorah, lowa. Evans ran place. Karen Evans placed 21st, Diane | in the number one position most ofthe Studer 39th, Carla Hammer 71st, Paige | season. Linda Coady, Paige Cox, Carla Cox 120th and Maureen Conzemeous | Hammer, Cissy Matt, Judy Rossmiller 124th. | and Diane Studer filled other top running " The season was a success,”’ said | positions. Spatcher. “This was a very fine nucleus I : Spatcher considered the highlight of the of girls who worked hard together.” ۱ : ig Aas y nt: Judy Rossmill Sch Sarah ; Lach , Maureen C Lemkuhl, Lori Tschetter, Susan Terrones. oe ` t NB E: Cissy Matt, Karen:Evans, Paige Cox, ™ nzemius, Kim “۴ ۱۱۵۵2 0۱۱15, Laurie Pletcher, Margot Sletten p 'Lindð key. ٠۸ 080 Hammer. Girls Cross Country Dual Record 7-0 Lynx Invitational First Little Cyclone Invitational First Bobcat Invitational First Tom Karpan Invitational Third Urbandale Invitational Third District Second State Tenth Upper Right: CONCENTRATION. Keeping pace, Linda Coady concentrates on getting ahead. Middle Right: ENDURANCE. Pouring it on, Paige Cox races toward the finish. Right: “GUINEA PIG”. Carla Hammer watches solemnly as her ulood sample is taken as part of an anemia research project involving the girl's Cross Country team. 100 Girls Cross Country

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