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Individuals f x ceomplislt More First year girls ' gymnastics Coach Sandy Freshour said, " The team real- ly had the potential to win the state tournament. On an individual basis, some team members accomplished more than I expected, but the team, as a whole, accompUshed less. " The strength of the team was that foiir girls were able to do all-aroimd events. The biggest weakness was that they lost Kristen Dietel ' 83, to an injury in the first meet, according to Mrs. Freshour. Sherri Reitmeyer ' 85 took first place honors in all-aroimd in the state tournament. " We were a yoimg team, not too good on vault, but we became closer as a team during the season and we had a good coach, " she said. Kim Walters ' 84 said, " We had a pretty good season. We won the sec- tionals, but lost in regionals. We always worked as a team and that was one of our strengths. " JiU Heidecker ' 84 placed third in state on bars and third in sectionals in all-arovmd while Amy Wright ' 83, felt she did best in the Fort Wayne In- vitational meet. Girls Varsity Gymnastics Season Recofd: 11-3 98.70 96.60 99.25 99.95 99.70 101.65 97.55 99.10 97.15 102.65 101.45 Howe Bloomlngton South North North Central Warren Central Fort Wayne Invitational Pike Decatur Central Lawrence North Northwest Ben Davis Southport County Sectional Regional 100 GYMNASTICS
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Reserve Boys Basketball Season Record; G-l Highlights of the season were beating Southport and winning the final game against Martinsville, both by one point. Breaking the school ' s record with 76 points against Howe was the highlight of the boy s ' freshmen basketball team. " Our goal was to try to improve with each game played, and it worked, " said Coach Gary Raker. Coach Raker pointed out that the team possessed quickness and hus- tle, but lacked size. He felt the team was a competitor in every game, and worked hard together. Two leading players were Pat Cherry in scoring and Jeff VanMeter in assists and steals. These two freshmen players were moved to the reserve team later in the season. Pat Cherry ' 86, felt the team was somewhat unpredictable, but it was confidence builder for the future. Jeff VanMeter stated, " We were all good at handling the ball and we played good strong defense. " " We had a poor shooting average which was a direct result of poor shot selection, " said Brad Bell ' 86. However, near the end of the season, the players were less hesitant about their shooting. PM OPP 22 Columbus North 34 40 Southport 39 30 Ben Davis 47 39 Pike 52 41 Lawrence Central 39 42 Franklin Central 39 35 Franklin Central 31 33 Beech Grove 51 36 Manual 52 30 Decatur Central 28 33 Columbus East 38 34 Southport 41 34 Speedway 35 41 Center Grove 53 43 Marshall 61 30 Warren Central 48 33 Bloomington North 69 30 North Central 40 38 Lawrence North 48 35 Martinsville Freshman Boys Basketball Season Record: 6-11 34 PM OPP 33 Center Grove 42 31 North Central 36 30 Lawrence Central 40 33 Franklin Central 43 28 Lawrence North 38 37 Greenwood 24 76 Howe 47 48 Speedway 39 35 Ben Davis 36 39 Beech Grove 32 45 Franklin Central 40 46 Decatur Central 44 48 Southport 53 46 Fulton 56 41 Columbus North 64 29 Manual 35 33 Ben Davis 39 Greg Lindquist ' 85 and Pat Cherry ' 86 scram- ble against their opponent for control of the ball. Daraen Price ' 85 has good foUow through as he shoots from the free throw line. Pat Cherry ' 86 looks for an open teammate as he advances down the court. Greg Lindquis t ' 85 makes a vain attempt to re- bound the ball. BASKETBALL 99
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Piper Carter ' 86 glances upward as she thinks about her routine. Lisa Neu ' 84 keeps her toes pointed and a smile ready as she takes a break from practice. Kim Walters ' 84 performs a hand stand on a rolled up mat during a practice session. Lisa Neu ' 84 smiles and looks up as she per- forms a floor exercise pose. Kim Walters ' 84 performs a cartwheel in a practice session on the floor exercise. GYMNASTICS 101
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