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gë 94 Intramurals Center Right: TIP-OFF. Jane Hogle and Linda Mendenhall battle for a tip-off. Below: TIGHT SPOT. Bob Flatt attemps to make a pass around Jim Benson. Left: POSITION. Players scramble for a rebound during the final tournament game. e De® a
Page 97 text:
GYMNASTS STATE CHAMPS HOME ARCADES FOOTBALL TEAM INJURIES NEW BOYS’ B-BALL COACH STATE FOR GIRLS’ B-BALL SPORTS E CENE il 1 ال
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۱ fg 1 ۱ ٠۰ سے ہم —- dE a BALL All basketball was not played on varsity courts, both boys and girls had popular intramural programs. Intramurals added excitement to the week for many participants. ‘‘It was the highlight of my week, the healthy exercise and friendly competition of l- ۵۱۱,۲۲ senior Doug Pletcher said. " |t really made me look forward to Wednesdays,'' commented senior Jim Benson. ‘‘It was my third year and | really had fun. It's a good way to meet new people. You don't feel you have to put all out, you just play for fun,’’ said senior Julie Cheville. The boys’ intramural season was capped off by a tournament, with Jim Ellis’ team defeating Kevin Rose's team in the final game. Members of the championship team were Ellis, Jim Benson, Brad Jamison, Marc Stromen, Bob Flatt, Steve Ricketts and Mark Handy. Girls’ intramurals included not only basketball but a few weeks of volleyball. There was a post season basketball tournament which was won by Lora Miller’s team. Members of the Miller’s team were Barb Dunlap, Tami Lichtenberg, Susan Cox, Sue Pietsch, Linda Zimmerman, Kathy Graupera, Tina Anderson, Kathy Brugger, and Marty Thomas. Upper Left: JUMPER. Dan Aurand, captain of an intramural team, puts up a long jump shot. Left: PASS-OFF. Brad Jamison looks for the open man as defenders close in on him. Intramural 95
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