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MONKEYING AROUND The Wayne wrestlers finished off a disappointing season with a record of 2-11. The team was under a new head coach this year, William Ragle. The wrestlers had a fine perfor- mance in Logansport, finishing in fourth place, and in Goshen they pulled off a surprising seventh place. Un- fortunately the team didn ' t fare well in the SAC. They finished in ninth place. In sectionals, four wrestlers made it to the final round. Matt Simerman, Rick Seifert, Oreg Oibson, and Steve Mix, all went on to regionals. Outstanding wrestlers on the team Included senior Seifert who finished the season with a 17-8 record, junior Oibson with a 13-12 record, and sophomore Mix with a record of 13-11. Wrestling Wayne Opponent Bishop Luers 6 57 Bellmont 6 67 New Haven 18 49 Elmhurst 19 48 Homestead IS 51 Northrop 11 61 Huntington 9 54 Northside 13 58 Concordia 81 50 Harding 33 38 Bishop Dwenger 15 56 Snider 18 53 Southaide 24 49 4th in the Logansport Tourney 7th in the Goshen Tourney ' " ' i 9th in the SAC Varsity Season 2-11 ■: 1 Reserve Season 0-8 ' Junior Oreg Gibson has a hold on bis opponent. Greg finished off the season with one of the best team records. Sophomore Ricky Quinones is on the attack. Ricky finished the season with 11-14 record. Z25rw 114 WRESTLINQ
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GYMNASTICS Sophomores Sean France and Corey Zimmerman worked each and every gymnastic meet. The job of managing is never-ending. GO FOR THE GOLD On very special ocoasiona there appears a quality in sports that defies all plans and diagrams. The media may describe it, but it can ' t prescribe it. The corporate world may put a price on it, but it cannot really package it. Wrap it in a flag, and it shines forth on its own; play an anthem, and it bursts into its own proud song. Even when the melody becomes one of heart-break, as it did for Mary Decker, the athlete ' s quest is a moving celebration of the potential of the human spirit. Surely, it is the glory of the Los Angeles Olympics. Beauty lies in the capacity to forever surprise. Even as smog and traffic settled quietly into their accustomed places on some local scenes, fans and athletes alike demonstrated that in the mood kindled in L.A., they could not merely endure, but overcome. There is already evidence that the L.A. Games will have a lasting impact on America. ' Volleyball got hot as a result of the gold medal won by the U.S. men ' s team and the silver won by the women ' s team, and womens ' long-distance running seems to be enjoying a new vogue in the wake of Joan Benoit ' s stunning marathon victory - and some gymnastics schools are reporting an unprecedent- ed fall enrollment. Yes, it happens after every Olympics. But this time not ail for the applicants are would-be Kathy Johnsons and Mary Lou Rettons; at least half of the incoming class are boys ages 8 to 10, who ' ve been inspired by the graceful heroics of Mitch Gaylord, Bart Conner and Peter Vidmar. Such moments will live on even as the movie-set pastel paints fades from the Coliseum portals. For it turns out that this was not just a Hollywood epic, bright and goudy and doomed to fade after a limited run. Here the star was not Lewis, not even Mary Lou Retton. The personality of these Games were the people of Los Angeles, the people of America. ' When athletes of the world finally allowed their way into the act, the surprise of the spirit was complete. mA Sophomore Jim Read was selected as ' Wayne ' s Olympic hopeful. He rode in the Three Rivers Parade in July. GYMNASTICS i]
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WRESTLING Junior Larry McGuire be ns a new match. The referee just gave his opponent from Northalde two points. Sophomore Matt Simerman seems to be in a great deal of pain. Matt advanced to the regionals.
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