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Page 112 text:
Girls Take 2nd in State Under the head supervision of Coach Track- well the 7972 Rock Island Girls Tennis Team glided through another successful season, de¬ feating all their opposition. The Girl ' s team highlighted a most successful campaign by copping the second spot in the first State Tournament for Girls. In doing this, the Rocks qualified a total of six members for State competition. Two of the qualifiers, Pam Zwer and Carol Foss became the State ' s Double Champs and were named along with the rest of the squad by the Davenport Times-Democrat as " Prep of the Week " . Fall Singles Rock Island 7 Alleman 0 Rock Island 7 West 0 Rock Island 5 Moline 2 Rock Island 7 Central 0 Rock Island 7 Assumption 0 Rock Island 4 East Moline 3 picture 7. The sophomore tennis squad is made up of; ROW 1: Kathy Varadi, Toni Bra - ner, Carol Gainous, and Joy Shannon ; ROW 2: Darcy Birkel, Mary Pierce, Nancy Motz, Sharon Bevill, and Karen Bealer. picture 2. First Girls State Doubles champions, Carol Foss and Pam Zwer, smile happily as " Preps of the Week " for the Times Democrat, picture 3. Girls ' varsity tennis team are; ROW 1: Susie Briggs, Julie Spencer, Kay Albritton ; ROW 2: Pam Zwer, Dawn Strom, Beth McLaughlin, Mary Epperly; ROW 3: Debbie Chappell, Carol Foss, Julie Adams, and Julie Cockerill. picture 4. Reaching to complete a serve is senior Debbie Chappell, picture 5. Kay Albritton exhibits her strong forehand.
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Singles Matches Rock Island 8 Moline 1 Rock Island 9 Alleman 0 Rock Island 9 East Moline 0 Rock Island 9 West 0 Rock Island 9 Central 0 Rock Island 9 Assumption 0 7. Junior Varsity tennis players are: FIRST ROW: (left to right) Mark Pearson, Ed Vogel, Rick Vesole , Jeff Zukerman, Craig Kavensky, Jeff Reid, Marshall Brill, Nick Klatt, Dave Blick. SECOND ROW: John Heberling, Bob C levenstine, Bob Blick, Kelly Thurman, Tom Myers , Dick Mainline, Mike Skafidas , Tom Roller, Dave Hughes, Larry Erikson, and Dave Dickerson. 2. Dick Mainline, 4-year Varsity player, holds the 1 position. 3. Mike Skafidas returns the ball with his fierce backhand? Tennis 107
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Squads Promote Spirit Five sophomores, five juniors, five seniors; fif¬ teen girls, all chosen for one purpose — pro¬ moting spirit. Three squads, each acting as Rocky ' s spiritual guides, cartwheeling, backflip¬ ping, and somersaulting in enthusiasm for Rock Island ' s athletic teams. Five sophomores, elected to promote " Little Rock " spirit. Introduced to new cheers, new ideas and new enthusiasm. Finally teaching their balcony friends how to shout during " pep yell " . Five juniors, practicing hard to boost the wrestlers and swimmers to a victorious season. Five seniors, backed by the supreme class, never ceasing to find new ways of making spirit. Accelerating enthusiasm through skits, signs and cupcakes. Bringing home the Spirit Stick in hopes of igniting it throughout the school. Five seniors saying " do it, do it " . Picture 1. Junior cheerleaders Karen Kruse, Pam Carothers, Susie Martinson, Donna Davis and Becky Strutz are the noise-makers at the wrestling and swimming meets. Picture 2. Sophomore football and basketball cheer¬ leaders are Lori Johnson, Debbie Long, Lori Brooks, Tammy Davis ancf Debbie Hoskins. Pic¬ ture 3 Heading the supreme class as varsity cheerleaders are Nancy Hopper, Rhonda Ben¬ nett, Rhonda Wisely, Susie Brooks and Joyce Quale.
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