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Page 52 text:
Harriers Set Even Pace Jim Nelson, Brian Gottwalt, and Tim Munson stretch out before practice. The 1976-77 Rocky Cross-Country season was highlighted by a frosh - soph team that won cham¬ pionships in the Metro and Big Six Conferences. The frosh-soph team also won the ten team Geneseo Invitational. The Varsity, with only two runners returning from last year, had a 6-6 record, a big improve¬ ment over last year ' s two- victory season. The Varsity squad was lead by first year senior Noah Fritz. With a strong under-class team, next year promises much success. s 48 Cross Country
Page 51 text:
FRONT ROW: Manager Dave Marx, Trainer Dick Brown, Dan Wittig, Brian Baker, Kirt Platt, Randy Peter¬ son, Abe Jones, Vince Morrow, Coach Bonsall. ROW 2: Ron Cline, Jon Mor¬ rison, Tom Peterson, Mike L. John¬ son, Paddy McAdams, Noah Fritz, Phil Hall, Ray Lomas, Curtis Archie. ROW 3: Dave Wherry, Tom Sparkman, Mark Foley, Bill Walker, Rod BeDuhn, Donnie Thomas, Rod Derrick, Ed Moore, Glen Done Ison, Bob Bower. ROW 4: Manager Bob Cherry, Tim Sparkman, Steve Brandt, Mark Max¬ well, Kurt Redenbo, Jim Nelson, Tim Munson, Gary Herr. ROW 5: Tim Snead, Kent Winger, Kurt Stel- ling, John Redenbo, Mike Eckhardt, Tom Taylor, Jeff Pearson, Tom Mor¬ gan, Tony Bower. ROW 6: Manager Dave Nit, Tim Taylor, Dave New¬ berry, Jeff Fout, Brian Gottwalt, Steve Meyer, Barry Fern. ROW 7: Mark Meadows, Dean Finley, Kevin Campbell, Steve Beck, Brian Smead, Kevin Farmer, Bill Gustafson, Coach Coolidge, Coach Wilson. ROW 8: Steve Fowler, Barry Hudson, Mike Sterling. After a successful 1976 season. Rock Island ' s run¬ ning Rocks built towards a late season rally in 1977. Fourteen Lettermen re¬ turned to the squad, with the middle distance run¬ ners representing the larg¬ est group. The team also showed strength and con - sistency in the field events, with several re¬ turning Lettermen com¬ peting. 1977 marked the hosting of Rocky ' s first invitational track meet, and the continuation of a great winning tradition. Track practice means hard work for freshman Jeff Fout. Track 47
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Rocky Girls Forge Ahead FIRST ROW: Lisa Allison, Paula Heller, Debbie Adams, Geralynn Renner, Tina Thul, Freshman, Julie Andresen, Freshman. SECOND ROW: Evivian Smith, Sara Brick, Hallie McNamara, Jenny Martin, Cindy Tabbe, Brenda Milton, Liz Shyrach, Cathy Keen. THIRD ROW: Elaine Predmore, Tami Liv¬ ingston, Marla Ellis, Debbie Mar¬ tin, Connie Braner, Freshman, Freshman, Freshman, Ellen Potter. FOURTH ROW: Nancy Burkert, Cindy Guthrie, T.C. McGinnis, Kim Greenwood, Vicki Hodges, Freshman, Freshman, Freshman. FIFTH ROW: Margo Bennett, Julie Goodwin, Sandy Metcalf, Fresh¬ man, Freshman, Freshman, Lori Levin, Freshman. BACK ROW: Dwienice Mullenbrook, Belinda Bonsall, Coach Bonsall, Marilyn Fields (chaperone), Coach Wilson. Kim Greenwood, Margo Bennett, and Belinda Bonsall run for their life at practice. Jennifer Martin exibits great en¬ durance at practice. This is the forth year of competition for girls track at Rocky and the experience that the seniors and juniors have acquired should provide the team with good leadership. A squad of about 55 hope - fuls reported and should add depth in all events. Track 49
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