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The 1970 fall season ended successfully for the girls ' ten¬ nis team. After hard practicing, the girls were prepared to en¬ counter their opponents. The first half of the season was devoted to the singles play¬ offs. The doubles competition was played at the second half of the fall season. The women netters captured third in the Quad City tourna¬ ment. Jean Coberly and Suzi Wolff represented Rock Island for singles competition. Adena Kershner and Marty Zukerman, Sheryl Greve and Debbie Wisely made up the doubles teams. In singles action, the Rocks won over Davenport Central and Bettendorf. In doubles play, Moline, East Moline, and Bettendorf were defeated by the Rocks. Returning major letter win¬ ners were Jean Coberly, Suzi Wolff, Adena Kershner, Sheryl Greve, Marty Zukerman, Deb¬ bie Wisely, and Corita Stevens. These returning major letter winners were also the top seven players on the team. They made up the Varsity squad for the team. The girls were coached by Miss Trackwell who replaced Mrs. Brent for the fall season. Hard practice pays off for R.l. netters The 1970 netters are: FIRST ROW: Sheryl Greve, Suzi Wolff, Debbie Wisely, Jean Coberly, Joan Wright, Chris Thompson, Marti Zukerman, and Adena Kershner. SECOND ROW: Jessica Hudson, Debbie Williams, Paula Kolls, Gretchen Fursteneau, Jan Coc- kerill, Sandy Deane, Kathy Peterson, Karen Boyd, Judy Staubach, Melva McAdams, Kathy Brent, Lauren Boyd, Carita Stevens, Kathy Lincoln, Dinah Darr, Marge Dew, Coach Trackwell, Marsha Braner, Cathy DeMott. THIRD ROW: Cindy Long, LuAnn Beinke, Janet Bertelson, LeeAnn Rakus, Debbie Schubert, Sandy Thomas, Carlene Bingaman, and Sheila Sears. 103
Page 106 text:
Netmen swing first in district competition Representing the boys ' tennis team are: FIRST ROW: Keith Abel, Mike Skafidas, Scott Reid, Steve Brown, David Brown, David Strauss, and Manager John Gunther. SECOND ROW: Doug Martin, Quinten Gamelin, Bob Huffman, Dick Hainline, Don Sahlstrom, Jeff Martin, Don Hentrichs. THIRD ROW: Coach Shelly Weiner, Dan Henry, Pat Ryan, Bill Meyers, Mark McKissick, Steve Briggs, Dean Dick, Bob Adams, Larry Barker, Jeff Dorman, and Coach Bob Motz. Head Coach Motz coached his team to capture Quad City Conference title for the twelfth consecutive year. In spring tennis the Rocks took first in District and fourth in State. Steve Briggs completed his spring season with a 62—2 record. Dear- mond Briggs, captain and three year letter winner, teamed up with Steve Briggs and victoriously won 59 matches and lost only two. Both Steve and Dearmond were state semifinalists. Fall season Bob Huffman and Dick Hainline earned second in city doubles. Steve Briggs captured first in singles in the fall tournament. Undefeated players were Steve Briggs, Dick Hainline, and Scott Reid. The Rocks finished the sea¬ son with 17 wins and 2 losses. 102
Page 108 text:
Reed Carlson blasts his way out of the sand trap. Rocky strokers are: FIRST ROW: Paul Eagle, Joe Yohn, Bruce Lemkau, and John Robison. SECOND ROW: Craig Samuelson, Tom Blakley, Reed Carlson, Marty Davis, Doug Elliott, and Ted Stone. Golfers place fourth in Q-C Metropolitan The 1969 fall golf team, coached by David Wood, tested the strength of their opponents. This was the first year for the Quad City Metropolitan golf competition. In the fall season each of the seven Quad City teams challenged the other six. Five golfers played in the matches with the four lowest scores being kept. At the end of the season the four lowest scores from each game were tallied. The team with the lowest total won the Quad City Metropolitan. The Rocky golfers held first place for the first two matches, but fell into second place up to the last game. The golfers seized fourth place in the Quad City Metropolitan competition. The team consisted of mostly underclassmen with two returning major letter winners. They were John Robison and Ted Stone. Doug Elliot had the low score in the season with a 35. Other senior members of the squad who contributed their skill were Paul Eagle, Joe Yohn, and Bruce Lemkau. Joe Yohn anticipates a hole-in-one. 104
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