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Grapplers pin higher level
Players look to idle
Concentrating on a teinutn match. Chuck Taylor reacts to a sudden mote, while Steve Newman and Jeff Murphy look onward.
Crippling and grappling fixerce opponants, the freshmen and sophomore grapplers wrestled their way to a semi-successful season. The freshmen began the season November 1st and produced four top wrestlers; Carl McDowell took the top spot. Brian O'Melia. Maurice Lomas and Elex Roberts who followed in the 4th place. Though the team was an underclass squad, several Freshmen wrestled in the Junior Varsity and Varsity levels also. Their seasonal record was 4-4 an additional Wood Jr. High tournement and a Sterling High School tournement placing 2nd.
Up-downs and pinning drills from 3:00 to 3:00 p.m. did not help the Freshmen squad defeat an East Moline team. Coach Dave Smith stated "The East Moline match was one of their toughest bouts the past year.” Yet the Sophomore wrestlers, grappled a 3-6 season and had no meet that gave them an exceptional amount of trouble.
Jeff Murphy and Tom Wilson headed a squad where one third ot the Sophomores wrestled at the Junior Varsity or Varsity levels, as was the case for the Freshmen.
"Freshmen grapplers took their place leaving not much of a team.” stated Coach Ed Lillis, "but if the Freshmen and Sophomore wrestlers took the example of a fellow upper-class grappler. Tim Wright, many of them would excel to number one." Coach Lillis concluded.
With that statement in mind Tom Wilson and his teamates commented. "We are all looking forward to next year and will never foreget this one which brought us together as a team and drew the best of us all out into the open."
Twitted in different directions Brun Ohcrbeck vtrugglev to get back on hit feer.
Warming up before a wrestling drill Kick Ybarra and Rimon Perkins focus on the weight apperatut.
Sophomore Wrestling 63
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John Deere 22 55
Rock Falls 41 24
Allcman 56 II
Wilson 4H 25
Coolidge 44 5
E. Moline (orange) 14 52
E Moline (black) 21 41
Gcnesto 12 59
Winola 56 18
Sherrard 64 O
Alcdo 54 12
Pleasant Valley 24 42
Davenport West 18 54
Davenport ('em. 18 45
United Township 9 54
Dekalb 12 54
Moline 24 42
V on 4 Loll 4
Won 5 Lo»t 6
SOPHOMORI WRESTLING-FRONT ROW: Brian Gwherie. Zrederu Abrams, Tom V ilson. Chris Elsie. Jeff Mathew HA K ROW: buck Taylor. Sieve Newman. Anihons llarrit, Jeff Murphy, Mr. Lillis.
Aflcr school practice allows Elex Roberts a chance lo tone up his
FRESHMf N V REST! INC.-FRONT ROW James hildress. lim Whimey. Rick Ybaarra. Brian O’Mclia. Ramon Perkins. Brian Obxcrhcck. Hill Holio. John Lawrence HA K ROW: Mr. Ilallberg. Elcx Roberts. John Allison. Maurice Lomas. Todd Dannee. Mike Faulks. Sean Anderson. Todd
Besans. Carl McDowell. Mr. Smith.
62 Freshmen Wrestling
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Concentrate! Jacque Frey eye» the hole at the attempt to par.
Preparation it a necessity for lining up pun . To get a good line. Jill Robb use her putter.
Drive to success
Putting, driving, and pulling carts — the boys’ golf team stroked their way to a 7-5 record.
Coach Peter Nyman said, "The major thing that I wanted to accomplish for the future years was to develop a schedule and facility for practicing. To improve performance, you need to practice certain phases of the game."
The girls' golf team also shot their way to a successful season.
Coach Mark Anderson said, "Our scores have improved a lot since last year. Last year we could not break 200. This year wc did. We also won six matches as opposed to three last year.”
Both coaches expected 85 season teams to improve. Coach Anderson said, "I expect to do much better." In regards to the 83 season Coach Nyman stated. "The 83 golf team will be as strong as this years if not stronger, depending on the summer preparations." l|?
BOYS GOLF-FROST ROW' Ben Reeder. Dave Liden. Sieve Coin; SECOND ROW Brian Pearvon. John Timmer. Don Fdlund. Scon Young; THIRD RO X Dave Anderson. Dave Morrison. Dave Marker. Shane Mclaughlin. Mike Pearvon.
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