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Page 118 text:
Harriers are number one in state
Hathaway's harriers worked
morning and night to reach for a
dream they thought was possible.
And sure enough they did. Tak-
ing first in the sectionals and
regional wasn't enough for the Car-
dinal crew as they rambled on to
capture the trophy along with the
glory of a state championship.
Herman Bueno, Erhard Bell,
David Kays and Kurt Hurley, the
tour horsemen, placed high enough
along with junior Jim Booher to off-
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Bob Browne, sophomore standout, added
depth to Hathaway's strong crew.
Kent Raker had an up-and-down season
but came through in the county.
set a surprise Crown Point team
which took second place honors.
Sophomore Bob Browne and iunior
Kent Raker rounded out the seven-
The Harriers dual meet record
was 8-O including a 17-47 romp
over arch-rival Perry Meridian for
the all-sports trophy. The Cardinals
also won three invitationals, the
Pike Hokum Karem, Ben Davis invi-
tational and the Howe Invite. They
also displayed their pack in the
county as they took that convinc-
Coach Hathaway starts his train-
ing program in the summer with a
thousand-mile club starting in June.
To obtain a shirt a runner has to run
500 miles before practice Aug. I3
so that he will have T000 miles by
the end of the season. This year
Kurt Hurley ran T011 miles
between June and September. Sen-
iors Herman Bueno and Erhard Bell
ran 900 miles.
Sectional and county individual champ Herman Bueno strides through the state meet. Her-
man was Coach Hathaway's number one runner almost every meet.
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This is what hard work and faith brought
the harriers: the championship trophy.
Reserve Cross Country Team-Bottom
row: Kenny Kreiger, Ron Kesterson, Wes
Case, Keven Wheeler, Dan Badger, Kyle
Sawyer, Steve Schoch, Stan Schutz. Top
row: Bob Duvall, Bill Baldwin, Kevin Locke,
Dennis Raney, David Thompson, Paul Mel-
Ioh, Dan Browning, Dave Jones, Ben Mob-
ley, Charlie Reynolds. '
Varsity Cross Country Team-Bottom row: Bob Browne, David Kays, Kurt Hurley, Herman
Buena, Erhard Bell, Kent Raker, Jim Booher. Top row: Assistant Coach Tom Pedigo, Wes
Case, Ron Kesterson, Kevin Wheeler, Bryan Voris, Dan Badger, Kyle Sawyer, Coach Tom
Freshmen Cross Country Team-Bottom row: Duane King, Tim Cox, Wes Wells. Top row:
Coach Steven Dial, David Carlue, Albert Williams, Bob Booher.
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