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7th 8th perfect at home; 9th loses only to Justice SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADE VOLLEYBALL was FRONT ROW: (manager) Cindy Thorne, Cherry Weaver, Teri Bowling, Tracy Castillo, Kristi Herd, Stacey Kirk, Becky Anderson, Tricia Richard; BACK ROW: Coach Mr. Harvey, Valerie Blackmon, Sharon Jones, Joanie Fries, Ann Miller, Holly Apperson, Treva Jackson, Kimberly Luster, Coach Mrs. Mauzy. NOT PICTURED: Laura Shepard, Melissa Elkins. BELOW: Lavella Nash goes high to spike ball during a home game. RIGHT: Stacey Kirk gets some advice from Mr. Harvey in tourney loss to Justice. NINTH GRADE VOLLEYBALL was FRONT ROW: (manager) Annette Hollins, Cathy Thomas, Judy Perkins, Joanne Thomas, Jody Haug, Judy Black, Mattie Jones, Linda Cassidy, (manager) Edna Richard; BACK ROW: Coach Mr. Harvey, Sheila Bowlds, Shirley Jones, Lashelle Hutchinson, Margie Riley, Jennifer Snowhite, Anne Suever, Lavella Nash, Coach Mrs. Mauzy. NOT PICTURED: Veta Barnett.
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8th JONES TEAM OPP. 51 McCulloch 17 34 Justice 21 INVITATIONALS RESULTS Bluffton no team Wabash no team City Meet 3rd 7th JONES TEAM OPP. 34 McCulloch 22 38 Justice 24 INVITATIONALS RESULTS Bluffton 6th Wabsh 4th City Meet 2nd 7th and 8th JONES TEAM OPP. 39 Peru 19 SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADE CROSS COUNTRY was FRONT ROW: Troy Howell, Scott Ivey, Kerry Minter, M ark Flanlgan, Wayne Wolford, John George, Mike Carl, Lee Howell, Brian Howard, Darlene Diedrich; BACK ROW: Coach Mr. Spielman, Chris Cragun, Ron Drake, Greg Monts, Spencer Shepler, Scott Wharton, Tim Clariett, Mark Burritt, Mark Warner. New course highlights season " We had an average season and earned a respectable record, " said Coach Spielman. " Also the team had dedicated runners and a fair amount of talent, " he said. He also stated that he liked having their own course for the first time. Even though the cross country team ' s record was and 6, they lost all their meets by only a few points. Outstanding runners in eighth grade were: John George, Wayne Wolford, Mark Warner, and Scott Ivey. The seventh grade was beaten by McCulloch and Justice during the season. Then they came back and won second in the City Meet behind Justice by one point. Brian Howard and Chris Cragun, two seventh grade runners, finished first and second respectively in the City Meet. The ninth grade did not have a team because they were moved out to the high school. Mark Warner makes his move on a Justice runner only to see a 21-34 loss to Justice.
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