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Junior Marie Hamrick displays concentra- tion and agility on lier optional beam routine. Optional team members make up their own routines. Smooth and graceful is the key, and sophomore Elaine Reust shows this easily in the intermediate floor exercise routine. The split leap is one of the many required skills in gymnastics. Junior Keri Larimore competes on the intermediate floor exercise, this exercise takes grace and coordination. This is Keri ' s third year competing at the intermediate level. O 1 110 GYMNASTi. Sophomore Nicole Young, a talented newcomer to Wayne ' s gymnEistics team, prepares to mount the vault. Vaulting takes serious concentration and strong muscle control.
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BASKETBALL Jill Homrig tries to score in a game against Carroll. Homrig was leading scorer for the Generals. The Blue Monsters Qirls ' Basketball Wayne Opponent New Haven 41 40 Concordia 22 53 Snider 55 39 Norwell 49 38 Bellmont 40 43 Elmhurst 37 42 Bishop Luers 38 51 HeritEige 33 45 South Side 39 34 Bishop Luers 46 45 Bishop Dwenger 48 37 Harding 47 41 Huntington 36 59 North Side 55 45 Northrop 49 37 Carroll 41 60 Heritage 58 35 Varsity Season 6-11 Reserve Season 14-3 Freshmen Season 12-3 The girls ' basketball team coached by Bob Fox, started their season by winning four out of their first seven games by wide margins. Jill Homrig and Patti McCleneghen were outstand- ing players. Homrig got off to a slow start, but ended the season with a 21 -point game against Carroll. Near the middle of the season. Fox was named coach of the week by the News-Sentinel. The team continued to play well for the remainder of the year and improved their disappointing record of 4-13 last year, to 6-11 this season. Wayne participated in the holiday tourney, and was favored to beat Luers, but Wayne hit only 25 percent from the field. They were beaten by the score of 45-46. Sandy Melton and McCleneghen were team captains. McCleneghen was also the best percentage shooter from the field at 43 percent; 120 points for the season. Leading scorers for the season were Homrig with 171 points, followed by Brenda Werling with 134 points. Werling was also leading rebounder with 108 and 26 blocked shots. GIRLS ' BASKETBALL. 10S
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GYMNASTICS A promlBlng balance beam performer, junior Marie Hamrick, executes her routine smoothly. Marie has competed for two years as an Intermediate and this year she went successfully Into the optional competition. ' % ' . ' The good, the bad, and the graceful. With three gymnasts moving up from intermediate, Foxy Bem- mer, Marie Hamrick, Tammy Correll, plus the new additions of Nicole Young and Sandy Tsiguloff the optional team challenged each acrobatists for her best effort. Since only five optionals may compete, each tried to add difficul- ty to her routine so that it might raise her score and allow her to continue competing in that event. Wayne had a bountiful supply of optionals with the experienced gymnasts, such as Kathy Car- penter, Karen Hankins and Tracey Clark, along with the new additions to the level. Confronting the New Haven Bulldogs in the first meet January 3, Wayne slaughtered the gymnasts capturing almost every ribbon. As the season progressed Coach Rhonda Hyndman strived for raising the team score, and they did just that when they received a 96.8, against North Side. Tracey Clark injured her knee on vault during the competition which brought the morale of the team down; but Kathy Carpenter continued to perform consistently strong routines leading the team into a strong position for a sectional title. Their hopes, how- ever, diminished when Carpenter dislocated her knee cap on her second vault. However, she received a 9.0 on her first vault which qualified her for the region- als. Nicole Young competed in her absence and scored high for the Generals, but not high enough to go on to semi-state. Karen Hankins and Sandy Tsiguloff also received the opportunity to travel to regionals held at Homestead. Hankins competed in all-around and Tsiguloff qualified on the floor and beam. They didn ' t perform to their usual standards. GYMNASTICS Wayne Opp. New Haven 87.25 69.35 Snider 38.80 95.25 Heritage 87.30 51.80 Elmhurst 93.65 103.35 Homestead 90.70 111.05 East Noble 93.00 88.40 North Side 95.90 98.50 South Side 96.85 84.45 Northrop 96.70 100.45 Norwell 94.65 89.30 Concordia 95.50 96.90 Dwenger 94.65 65.20 Harding forfeit Logansport Inv. 92.10 l3t Sectionals 93.15 2nd Record ia-6 GYMNASTICS 111
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