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-— uses RTE Mes — ar T SWEET SIXTEEN Despite the negative opinions of Donald Kaul and the disappearance of the annual girls’ tourney blizzard, March madness swept over lowa, arriving like a lion at Ames High. The AHS girls’ basketball team grabbed a 'Sweet Sixteen' spot after ousting Ackley-Geneva from the regional finals 70-57. Ames met Aurelia in first round tou rney play, stunning them in the first quarter behind the combined attack of seniors Gileen Gleason and Kari Nilsen and junior Laura Jennings in the forward court. Senior Jill Boston, recovering from a knee injury, offered support to the starting trio of Celia Carbrey, Beth Ricketts and Lisa Gaarde in the guard court. Ames got a taste of Aurelia's revenge when the score narrowed to 70-67 with 1:08 remaining. Time ran out with Ames on top 73-67 thanks to some clutch free throw shooting by Nilsen and Gleason. Nilsen commented on her feelings before the game, ۲۱ felt nervous because | knew a lot of the kids wanted to be dismissed if we won.” With eight teams left in the tournament, the Ames girls found themselves matched up against the Lake View- Auburn Blackhawkettes who were returning for the fourth consecutive year. The game got under way with Ames taking an early 6-2 lead, but LVA used their control game to edge Ames 35-31 at halftime. In the second half LVA continued to pour in the points while Ames couldn't regain their first half strength. The game ended the Little Cyclones state title hopes with the score 72-58. Left: CONFERENCE TIME. Coach Bob Heiberger plots strategy while Coach Bud Legg checks out the time-out situation at the scorer's table. Above: RUNNING THE OFFENSE. Kari Nilsen looks over the defense while Gileen Gleason sets up. Girls' State 121 or e uio e 4 f یی Sra ,
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120 Girls' State - MR en. KVFD K iT 000 Top: UNSTOPPABLE. Gileen Gleason goes up for two in the Aurelia game. Middle: GO, FIGHT, WIN. Ames High fans get rowdy at Vet's. Above: BIG 'D'. Jill Boston puts the clamps on. Right: NO WHERE TO GO. Lisa Gaarde forces a Lake View-Auburn forward to pick up her dribble. Top Right: CONCENTRATION. Laura Jennings waits for the toss.
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SETTINGS READY Whether it's pre-game or pre-season, preparation is an integral part of any sport. Ames High athletes know what getting ready is all about. Many coaches say state champions are made in the off-season. Almost any athlete you talk to will tell you he she has worked during the summer to prepare for his her sport. ‘‘Working out in the summer gives you a head start on everyone else once the season starts,” said senior Jeff Weigle. Some competitors get this ‘‘head start’’ by going out for other sports. ''| encourage athletes to go out for other sports during their so called off-season,’’ said Phil Johnson. ''It is to his her advantage to do so because it keeps them in shape and keeps their competitive spirit alive,” added Johnson. Warm-ups are different in content, but Right: PREPARATION. Members of the girls' cross country team stretch out before a race. Middle Right: PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT. Dan Ewan works on timing and quickness by jumping rope. Far Right: STRETCHING. Cross country runners loosen up before going the distance. Above Right: PRE-GAME. Several boys' basketball players get ready for a Friday night game. Above: TAPING TIME. Trainer John Van Fleet works on Marty Darnell's ankle before football practice. 122 Training they are the same in theory. It is a time to get muscles loosened up and minds tuned up. Joe Stohlmeyer offered his analysis, ''It'S supposed to be a time to warm-up, but it's generally a hot dog session. The crowd really helps with that.'' Some people say that warm-ups are not necessary, however, Paige Cox disagrees. ‘‘You have to do them. ۰ ups help you get oxygen to the muscles,’’ she added. When it comes right down to it, both warm-ups and training have one idea in common; to be at your very best from the start. Months of training can be rewarded through that little extra energy you have left when the others are exhausted. The few minutes you spend warming-up can mean the difference between winning and losing. You have to be ready. i d ` + , - C cy MN. Kb v ۱ à e STE si è » X ۳ 22 n 5 LÀ E e d Ce e کد اب — ed - ۲ - 9-4 E a EE XOT, a مک
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