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aflgs iM Cindy Heidergott ' 83 is caught in the coffin comer, yet she keeps her dribble and attempts a pass. Point guard Katrina Dittemore ' 85 looks for her open teammate. Kim Aufderheide ' 83 charges toward the basket in the double-overtime loss to Beech Grove. Tracj ' Payne ' 85 attempts a nmning, one- handed shot against Beech Grove. Girl ' s Varsity Basketball Season Record: 5-11 PM OFF 50 Roncalli Brebeuf Invitational 59 45 Tech 57 78 Washington 55 57 Washington 63 51 Attucks 47 38 Marshall 58 45 Warren Central 46 37 Southport 70 46 Decatur Central 60 50 Center Grove 53 58 Manual Covmty Tourney 53 55 Southport 64 63 Beech Grove 65 42 Tech 40 55 Ben Davis 59 56 Greenwood Sectionals 50 58 Speedway 43 38 Southport 5S Coaclimg Changes omplieate S easou A season with three coaches, three returning starters, and a record of 5-14 was at best described as " hard " by Peggy Raymann ' 83 about the girls varsity basketball team. The season opened under the leadership of Miss Roselyn Murphy, who was, because of illness, tem- 92 BASKETBALL
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TeUs o Lies ' ' Four time state diving competitor Rusty Rertram. ' 83 placed second in the state competition as the 1983 varsity swimming season came to a close. " It ' s been a great honor to go to state aU four years, " Rusty explained. " Most juniors and seniors compete at that level. " " I had some on and off years, " he continued. " I also had some academic problems, but the past two years I have worked those out. I plan on con- tinuing in diving my freshman year of college. " Varsity swim coach Dick Bru- noehler commented that the competi- tion was all a state of mind. The team was physically weak but being men- tally prepared helped make up for it. State freestyle competitor Jim Brehob ' 84 explained that the team didn ' t do well in reguleir season but because of the many substantial time drops at sectionals they were able to finish second behind a very talented Decatur Central team. Mental attitude was primarily responsible for the improvements in sectional times. To promote team spirit and xmity, the varsity and reserve swim teams shared some practice sessions. The girls ' swim team aided by providing snacks at the Southport meet. Three varsity swim team members who qualified for the State swim meet were Rusty Bertram ' 83, Jim Brehob ' 84, and Tim Johnson ' 85. " Swimming teUs no lies. It shows when an individual works and prac- tices hard, " said Coach Brunoehler. SWIMMING 91
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porarily replaced by the reserve coach Miss Julie Brown and later by Mrs. Jill Brunic, beginning about mid-season. Mrs. Brunic finished the season as coach. " I tried to keep going with what was going on, " said Mrs. Brunic, " so as not to confiise the girls. I tried to help them find their own strengths. I also wanted them to have fim. " Attitude seemed to be one of the problems the girls faced. Although most agreed the coaching changes made it difficult to adjust and they could have done better, " strange " was the word used to describe the team as a whole by one starter. " Height " said Karen Brabender ' 83, " was our outstanding point. We weren ' t fast enough, but we did im- prove our passing. It was like we had two seasons. We did real well against a ranked Attucks team because we played together and helped each other. " Katrina Dittemore ' 85 felt the Manual game was their best game. Beating a tough Manual team " started us working more as a team and prac- ticing harder. " Mrs. Brunic also keyed on pulling them together as a imit and caring about each individual Cgame. J BASKETBALL 93
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