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Ur» AND DOWNS " It was kind of a roller coaster season. " That was how Coach Dave Hartman summed up his first season at Ames High. Hartman and the team overcame many ups and downs to finish with a winning mark. Things didn't start out very well as the Little Cyclones dropped their first three games. After bouncing back to win their ` e E 7 نے ۱ es. D د = ۳ N ۰ .- d ud inailto ae E Am ہے Fort Dodge next three, the team again fell into a ۱ g ESSA 8٦ i | — I Waterloo Central” slump, losing two games back to back. y. e Jar Falis- ES od The second half of the season was a different story, as the Little Cyclones won 8 out of their last 10 games. ‘‘Later on in the season we played well together, " said Hartman. waterloo East 60 ۹ ہے A Kevin Highland echoed Hartman's WP Boone 58 Waterloo West 51 Mason City سل 61 Districts Ankeny thoughts; ''۱ thought we played well as a team the last half of the season. " The season ended on a sour note, however, as the Little Cyclones dropped their first district game at the hands of Ankeny. Looking back on the season, Hartman said he was not disappointed with the effort given by the players. ‘‘It was a learning experience, having a new coach and all, " commented Paul Ryan. Statistically, the team was led in scoring by Kevin Highland with a 15.3 average. Doran Geise was next with a 13.9 average, and Jay Bro followed with 12.0 points per game. Upper Left: DRIVE FOR TWO. Kevin Highland dribbles past his man for an easy basket. Highland was a first team All-Conference choice. Left: SECOND SHOT. Little Cyclone center Doran Geise shows his inside dominance against Waterloo | Fast. Above: FOUL? Jeff Weigle powers up a shot while being tightly guarded. Weigle was saddled with illness the last half of the season. uda 2 dade " af 2 Er وک . Boys Basketball 115 T: جم A an سس PEP TTT A L y
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Below: SET IT UP. Point guard Joe Stohlmeyer looks for someone to pass to. Right: ONE HANDED. Gary Marty moves to the hoop. Below Right: DOUBLE TEAM. Jay Bro and Doran Geise help each other on defense. Front: J. Alford, M. Morton, R. Beman, M. Jensen, P. Ryan, P. Sogard Mar., J. VanFleet Trainer. Second Row: J. Stohlmeyer, J. Bachman, K. Highland, M. Kennedy, M. Lemanczyk, J. Weigle, Coach R. Gibbons. Third Row: Head Coach D. Hartman, J. Bro, G. Marty, D. Harmison, D. Geise, K. Blau, M. Reynolds. 114 Boys Basketball
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Anderson, K. Hoff, R. Iverson, S. Williams, P. Heil, J. Sharp. Third Row: M. Evans, R. VanderGaast, P. Schneider, J. Thompson, P. Frederiksen. Sophomore Basketball Ames 66 D.M. Roosevelt 63 Ames 52 Marshalltown 51 Ames 66 Fort Dodge 68 Ames 54 Waterloo Central 99 ۳ — y € e ANE; :لیا شش ےہ Front: B. Kelly, V. Rowley, G. Brown, K. Lowary, M. 6۲1۱۷۸۵۰ G. Spurgeon, C. Christian. Second Row: Head Coach D. Posegate, Coach J. McNertney, M. Ames 70 Cedar Falls 53 Ames 74 Waterloo East 60 Ames 56 W.D.M. Valley 53 Ames 60 Waterloo West 54 Ames 65 Mason City 51 Ames 64 Marshalltown 52 | Ames 78 Newton 72 Ames 58 Fort Dodge 59 Ames 46 Waterloo Central 47 Ames 68 Cedar Falls 49 Ames 58 Waterloo East 66 Ames 75 Boone 53 Ames 79 Waterloo West 65 Ames 59 Mason City 52 Season's Record 13-5 Right: BASE LINE MOVE. After getting by his man, Kevin Lowary goes to the basket. Lowary usually ran the offense. He not only dealt out assists, but he also was third in scoring with 11.2 points per game average. 116 Sophomore Boys' Basketball
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