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DAVE HEIMBECK-Senior TOM CONRAD-Senior TOM LAD AGE- Senior Netters Numb Enemies with Solid Strokes
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Underclassmen Naturalize Net Expectations From LEFT TO RIGHT: Tom Conrad, Dave Heimbeck, DeArmond Briggs, Tom LaDage, John Mordhorst, Bot Hotle. Coach Bob Motz’s 1966 version of his Fall Tennis team was no different than those of past years here. For the ninth consecutive year the Rocky netmen claimed the Quad- City title by posting a perfect 8-0 dual meet record. All five members of the var¬ sity squad secured perfect individual rec¬ ords in singles. Sophomore, DeArmond Briggs, held the number one position al¬ most all season being followed by John Mordhorst, junior, who filled the number two slot. The other members of the varsity; seniors, Dave Heimbeck, Tom LeDage, and Tom Conrad battled weekly for the other three positions. Bob Hotle, Bill Martin, and Duane Stevens were outstanding performers for the junior varsity. The Rocks were edged out by Moline in the Quad-City tournament. The margin of victory was only a quarter of a point al¬ though DeArmond Briggs captured the singles title. John Mordhorst, who competed in singles, and the doubles team of Dave Heimbeck and Tom LaDage brought home a third in their respective divisions. The spring edition of the 1966 tennis team was only one step from perfection in dual meet competition, losing only to Dixon. SCOREBOARD Spring 1 1966 Rock Island 7 Davenport West 0 Rock Island 6 Clinton 1 Rock Island 7 Dubuque 0 Rock Island 9 Alleman 0 Rock Island 7 Washington 0 Rock Island 7 Jefferson 0 Rock Island 5 Iowa City 2 Rock Island 7 Sterling 2 Rock Island 7 East Moline 0 Rock Island 3 Dixon 6 Rock Island 6 Moline 1 Rock Island 7 West 0 Rock Island (Tie for 1st) Blue Island Invitational Rock Island 7 Davenport Central 0 Rock Island (4th place tie) District Meet Rock Island 5 Moline 2 Rock Island 7 East Moline 0 Rock Island 7 Central 0 Rock Island (Tie for 11th) State Meet Fall 1966 Rock Island 5 Davenport West 0 Rock Island 5 East Moline 0 Rock Island 5 Davenport Central 0 Rock Island 5 Moline 0 Rock Island 5 Davenport West 0 Rock Island 5 East Moline 0 Rock Island 5 Davenport Central 0 Rock Island 5 Moline 0 Rock Island (2nd Place Tie) Quad-City Meet 214
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Girls’ Tennis Team Regains Quad-City Title MEMBERS OF THE Girls’ Tennis Team are: KNEELING-Cathy Ryan, Terri Sundquist, Carol Meyer, Cathy Denecker, Steph Templeton, Gail Staubach, Chris Leidtke, Cari Sheets, Ruth Ann Morris, Diane Deyo. BACK ROW: Debbie Brasier, Jill Nicholson, Linda Mosier, Donna Powless, Cathy Egger, Anne Stone, Tee Dohrn, Sharon Stegall, Julie Carlson, Chris Lorentzen and Ellie Herman. Last spring , the Girls’ Ten¬ nis Team won the Quad-City Conference championship for the second consecutive year with a record of 16 wins and no losses. This, despite the fact that there were only three returning players with Varsity experience, was accomplished. This fall in the Quad-City competition Cari Sheets, Tee Dohrn, Cathy Egger, Anne Stone and Chris Lorentzen followed suit by accumulating a record of four wins and no losses in singles action. In doubles they won all their matches staying in victory form. For the third year in a row Cari Sheets led the Rocks with outstanding performances. SCOREBOARD R.I. OPP. singles 6- E.M.1 7- E.M.0 6 —Moline.1 6 — Central.1 6- West.1 7- West.0 6 —Moline.1 7 — Central.0 doubles 4-E.M.1 4 —West.1 4 —Moline.1 5 —Central.0 4-E.M.1 5 —West.0 5 —Moline.0 4 —Central.1 FINAL RECORD 16-0 Cari Sheets 216
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