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i I Wednesday, December 28, 1988 7 !ports Talk ~minued from page 6) ) ~ee march through the .his terra. What ever his intent, it work. Nobody got up. danced around the room. cheered along with the ed fraud. In fact, about the thing students did do was ask other what-the-devil was goin' I. I hadn't seen the possessed of pep for years--until last There he was on national This time it was the Minnesota who had fallen victim to chicken-legged cheerleader promises to get the crowd The big shots must have ht Minnesotans needed for the "big game." True, since ticket prices have levels where the average can't afford to attend games with regularity, of the rowdies are no longer the dome. In fact, if you to get right down to it, many the Yuppies that now attend no more about croquet and urt than they do about football hot dogs. But even they must feel insulted having George out there. If we have reached a level where need a professional, gong- cheerleader on the sidelines, follows his pocketbook it leads him--it's a sad in Minnesota. MON. NITE MEN Becke's Gravel 58-47 Dec. 12, 1988 Ds/ryQueon 50-55 Commonity Ins. 30-12Brownton Bulletin 47-58 Brews1 30-12Amu~ 46,59 Winthrop Lanes 22-20Char~e's Bar 45-60 Mask Dick Corm. 19-23Gi~ffe Bar 45-60 Byro Grain 16-26 High Team Game M~v~ieks 13-29Wimhn~ State Bank 791 Crop Production l i -31 Dairy Queen 748 High Team Game OakhiU Quarterhonea 747 Commwfity Ins. 752 JlJgh Team Series Crop Production 730 W~mthmp State Bang 2181 Brewers 728 Bmwmon Bulletin2107 High Team Serk~ Dairy Queen 2073 Brewers 2072 High lad. Game Community Int. 2057 Jan K~Kgd 237 Crop Production 2032 Marge Klabunde 204 High Ind. Game Karl Woocb 203 Brace Froehlich 219 Karon Woods 203 Jay Hagbeag 203 High Ind. Series Gea~d Kmmcr 203 Kmm Woods 559 High Ind. Series Marge Klabunde 545 Jay Hagbe~ 576 Jan K.mgge.I 544 Brace Fronhlich 568 Gerald ~ 541 TllURS. NIGHT MEN Dec. 15, 1988 TiiURS. NITE L&DIE.S Brett's 232.5 Dec. 15, 19111 Donny's Mazket (lit half final) FmtStateBmk 194.5 Wimhmp State Bank 66-39 Kuehn Tm~ 181 O.'~ hill Qmtrtct~ot~ 6.T42 Bmwnton Le#on 166.5 Ph~oa bv K~ /tn~aton Precision! I The GFW Daucellne recently performed at a g i r I ' basketball game in Winthrop. They group also pertformed at a competition in Eau Claire, Wisconsin in November. Member from the squad are Lorl Bonderson, Katie Standke, Michelle Ziegler, Anne Slmonson, Jenny L , Jackle Weber, Dulci Woods, Shelly Bruns, Steph Adema, Mlchelle Kemke, Jodi Standke and Stacy Edlund. mbe~ iThe best thing George could do ";:~: .... ~f~ that ....~ sports is hang up his drum and dorm~0p screaming. Maybe he could -.-.. ~en be a TV evangelist. After all, ~ ....... "'" [ had ~ already knows how to be a pain .... that ~t Sunday. "" ts R " or evlew [Dec. 26,27,29 Varsity Girls BB at Mankato Loyola Toem ne at inued from page 6) ] Dec. 27r29r30 Varsity Boys BB host Run & Shoot at Winth & Fairfax of i I Jan. 5 Wrestling vs SL Clair-Wal-Pemb at St. Clair -o Pril--The Fourth Annual Grackle The girls' golf team ran as un- [Jan. 6 Varsity Boys BB vs Cedar Mt. at Frank=Ira tw ! hv ~tys Run kicked off with several defeated record to eight when it de- ]Jan. 6 Varsity, Girls BB vs Cedar ML at Fairfax "_~.b, ners from across the region feated Springfield, 196-204. In busy }m-peting. Joe Broze fr o m both meets, Susie Schroeder was of a~ankato won the 15K run in the medalist. , !:47 The 5K was won by John The Second Annual Bench Press Sevoen h grad? gi ^ ~enig in 17:35. More than 100 Contest, held at the GFW High t rls lose two ~'h[ t~ners comINted ;m thg races. Tke. School in Wirthzop, saw competi- -'" ;~st runner .was L.I.,. Daby, 77, a. tors from around the region pump ' " ny shots off, but they just weren't mthro native e v ~P th iron. The event was organized closer. The GFW eighth grade making it through the elusive The GFW boys' track team by GFW teacher Doug Batzlaff. girls' basketball team dropped a cylinder. out the season with a 97-43 The GFW boys' track team cap- nail biter to the Wabasso Rabbits, In the next game for the Birds, Contest entry deadline: January 31, 1989 of Le Sueur. Ex-Minnesota Viking Buster stopped in Winthrop to to students and parents about of drugs. He was released the Vikings because of his USe. GFW softball team born- Henderson, 21-10--the win of the season for the tured first place at the conference meet; the girls' finished second. The boys' golf team took first place at the conference meet, while the girls' surprisingly finished in second after dominating all year long. June--The boys' track team took top honors at the District 14 meet, piling up 86 points. Mankato Loyola was a distant second with 65. The girls' took second at the meet. Both the softball and baseball teams exited early in district play with opening round losses. After winning the Region 4 Golf title, the GFW girls' linksters were off to the state meet at St. Cloud. The Thunderbirds edged Farmington by four shots, 380 to 384, for the win. Scott Springer was also headed for post-season action when he leaped 42' 3 liT' in the triple jump at regions, good for second and a trip to the state meet, held at White Bear Lake. The girls' golf team finished in sixth at state, while Springer never got on track and didn't make it to the final round of competition at the State Track and Field Meet. Winthrop native Doug Anderson shot his way to a fifth place finish at the Valley International 8-Ball Association Tournament in Reno, Susie Schroeder and Krystal led the GFW golf team a 211-253 win over visiting in the opening match up year for GFW. The boys' also came out on top with a score. GFW baseball team topped Eye, 9-5, for its first win of Jeff Deming led the team 3 hits, 3 RBI and 1 run. ,--The boys' track team fin- a disappointing fifth in its T-Bird Relays. Mapleton-Am- r-Good Thunder ran away with honors with 98 1/2 points. junior Dave Forst led the with 14 1/2 points. The track teams at GFW also to contend with changing Due to injuries, Coach Mark had a hard time getting same people out on the track weekly basis. The boys' and girls' track teams to compete in the Lester Invitational. The result wasNevada. He earned $300 for his ~ird place finish with 143 1/2 work. mamma mmm m m m mmm The place to be on New Year's Eve It's the spot to ring in the New Year. JOIN US! Live Music 15-14, last week. Shannon Carey led the T-Birds with 4 points. The Birds had a shot in the last two minutes of the game, as they were getting the Springfield dealt the young Bids a blow with a 31-17 thumping. Poor defense led to the blowout. Carey led the team again with 4 points. Birds The eighth grade b o y s ' basketball team hit the road for the first time this year. Obviously they like playing on the road. as they came a way with a 39-22 pasting of the Springfield Tigers. GFW's Kris Swenson put on a rebounding clinic for the Tigers. pringfield He yanked down a whopping 19 rebounds and held his man to 2 points. The Thunderbirds shot 7 6 percent from the gift stripe and held the Tigers to 36 percent from the field. 7th graders killed in first Defensively, the seventh grade boys' basketball team had the ability to win the g a m e. Offensively, they did not. And they didn't. The T-Birds dropped a 21-13 decision at Springfield last Tuesday. after being blanked in the first quarter. Brandon Weir was top scorer for GFW with 5 and late Lauwagie and Steve Bastian added another 4 points each. Next up for the Birds will be New Ulna Cathedral on January 16 at home. THE OLD FARMER'S ALMANAC NORTHERN GREAT PLAINS-GREAT LAKES WEATHER FORECAST LN- < ';//"X S UMMA R Y: Late fall a~d winter are expected to be milder than normal, with slightly above-normal precipitation over most of the region with the exception of the southwest, which may be well below normal. Snowfall will be below normal except for an excess in the Black Hills. November and December will be colder and snowier than usual, with the latter half of December being particularly frigid, while January may have more mild spells to outweigh the cold ones, as well as above-normal snowfall. March will be warmer and drier than normal. January 1989 Tern ). 15 (3.5 above ave.); Precip. 1" (Ave.) Week of Dec. 29-Jan. 4 29 Snow, very cold 30-31 Cloudy, milder 1-4 Light snow, seasonably cold All Rights Reserved, Yankee Publishing Incorporated, Dublin. NH 034# Sid on the Organ & LeRoy on the Concertina 8:30p.m. to 12:30 a.m. x- j/ Clubrooms @l ,o 0 VFW Winthrop Shcri Martin 417 TUES. 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