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A Focus On Sports
The football team finished their season with
a 3-2 record under coach Tony Atkins. They
had some tough opponents, but kept all of
their games close. They are all looking for-
ward to high school football to improve their
skills even more.
The girls basketball teams had a tough time
during the year. The eighth grade finished
with a O-13 record while the seventh grade
won 2 and lost 9. Mr. Knapp and Mr. Larson,
the coaches, said the girls have a lot of tal-
ent and should do well when they reach the
high school level.
The boys basketball team gained alot of
confidence in their basketball ability under
their coaches, Mr. Larson and Mr. Knapp.
They learned a lot in junior high and hope to
become better players in their beginning
years of high school.
Track is one of the kids' favorites. This is a
sport everyone can enjoy. Not only can one
show his or her skill with others, but can
show their own individual skill as well. lvlr.
Larson thought the track team did really well
and should do well in the future.
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The 1984 junior high football team: fback fowl Jon Anderson, Tracy
Shuck, Ricky Sampson, Kevin Clemetson, Keith Austin, Pat Kelly, Scott
Scriver, Jeff Gillaspie, Coach Tony Atkins, fmiddle rowj Manager Gary
Lytle, Matt Henderson, Jeromey Smith, Dennis Schrier, Stacy Eckholm,
Jason Gillaspie, Cameron O'Dell, Doug Siemonsma, E.J. Roselles, Man-
ager Danny Maxfield, jfront rowj Ron Alcott, Toby Tyler, Eric Lewis, Eric
Walker, Bill Fenner, Casey Hunsaker, and Paul Denke.
The eighth grade girls basketball team consists of: Coach Dave Larson,
Veronica Prautszch, Lori Novak, Alisa Tesch, Sandy Goergen, Cyd
Alexander, Sandy Novy, Theresa Weisenbergf Lori Simpson, Angela
Crisman, Suzy Tully, and managers Danita Harn and Heidi Robbins.
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The seventh grade girls basketball team: fback rowj Coach John Knapp,
fmiddle rowj Leslie Sires, Alana Swanson, Toni Carlson, Jenny William-
son, Raquel Momeyer, Juliet Saunders, Jessica Crawford, ffront rowj
Helen Sawyer, Rondae Woodle, manager Heidi Robbins, Holli Morris and
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