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- - Inside: Classified Ads Sp~'rts Section C Superbowl winners who participated' in the SuperBowl bent'fit for the American Lung Association were (front ro"', left to right) Kim Sauer. Jennifer Walkenbach and Diane Bendure. Helping out with the Bowl-A.Thon were. (second row, left to right) Hermina TIle week tllat waSll~t Last week was one that the University Liggetl varsity ten. nis team would just as soon forget. On April 20. the Knights hosted Ann Arbor Huron, the state's No. I-ranked team. University Liggett lost a hard fought match. 4-3. Winners for ULS were No. 1 singles Aaron Krickstein, No.3 singles Frank Crociata and the No. 3 doubles team of Mike Paolucci and John ~1acLeod. Things didn't get better as the week went on. On April 21. the KnIghts traveled to Brother R Ice. Playing wIthout their ~o. 1 player. Krickstein (who was in Dallas playing in a WC"Ttournament). the Knights lost. S.2. Steve Pack. at No 1 singles and Crociata at ;';0 2 singles were thl' lone winners for CLS. This past I'..eekenrl the. Knights hosted their annual Tournament of ChampIOns Pack at;';o 1 singll'!l was the lone ('LS plaYl'r to make it to the finals. wherc he lost a hearthreaking match to Davc Kiewiet of Three Riv. ers. 4-6. fi-1. 1)-4 Paolucci and ~, ac- Leod won the Consolation final at No. 3 doubles ..\nn Arbor Hurnn was the tournament champion with 30 points, followed hv Hmsdale, Ill .. with 26. Three Rivers. at 2.1. Brother Rice with 15. University Liggell. at 14. Grosse Pointe North, with 10. Catholic Central with 5 and East Grand Rapids at 3. This week the Knig,hts plavcd Grosse Pointe South and Catholic Cen. tral on April 27 and 28 Iaftrr press. time). Th(>n it is on to the East Grand Rapids Invitational next weekend In Grand RapH"!s t:LS JV u-nnis: Aftcr droppmg thc opening match of the 5rason to th(' powerful Cranbrook n('tmen. the VU; junior varsity tenms team has chargl'd to three consecutive Vlctorirs to post a 3-1 record this season. The J V. Knights have defeated South. Lake (5-2). Brother Rice (;,-2) and Detroit Countrv Dav SChool (7.0) HenrY WOodhouse has drmonstrated aWeSOlTlepowrr at No. 1 singles and his wicked topspin forl'hand has prop. elled him to victOrIes agamst Brother Rice and Detroit Country Day. Other outstanding performances in singles have been lur ned in hy Fred Ollison, A J. Gibson and captain.elect Cordell Bracket! Ollison, while only a freshman. has displayed a rare com. bination of poise and power in reeling off three straight ~'ietories. The strength of llLS' J. V. tennis team lies in its depth and this is seen in the superb doubles teams. The teams of Steve Georgi and Rick Roberts. Jim Lambrecht and Myron Barlow, and Ken Fruehauf and Sean Thomas have given ULS the edge in all their victories. In addition. Dan Bowen. John Rhangos. and Jeff Lambrecht have also played key roles in igniting the Knights in their early season con9uests Captam Brackett predicL~ a winning season for the Knights. but he also knows it will take. "a lot of hard work and a team effort .. The Knights face Grosse Pointe South. Catholic Central and Grosse Pointe ~orth in stiff com. petition during the coming week. l'LS track: As was anticipated. Greenhills of Ann Arbor defeated Cni. versity Liggett girls track on April 20, 71':1 to 51':1 _ This was an impro\'ement over last season when the Knights lost h) fj() pomts. Fine performances were exhibited bv newcomers Janet Bristor and Colleen Darby. Bristor took a first place in the shotput with a put of 26 feet,S inches. a iirst place in the discus with a throw of 64 feet. 5uz inches. ann a second place in the 800 with a 3: 16.0 time. Darby. a new student at ULS. showed grace and poise as she cleared -I fC'et. f! inch!'s to take first place in the high jump. Once again Class D statl' champion Andrea Kincannon scorC'd her average 15 points. capturing hrst places in the 100. 200 and the long jump. The mret on :\ pril 22 brought a complete turnaround. whC'n the Knights defeatfti Oakland Christian. B!l-26 Coach Bousquet said that the best thing about the meet was not dcfeatmg OCS hut having each girl better her tIme and or distances The Kmghts SWl'pt the 100 meter low hur. dll's: f1rst went to Gia Cherpes. second to ~{arjorie Barron and third to Amy McDonnl'11 ULS also took first and third spots in thr 100 with Andrea Kincannon and freshman Linda Vaughn. The 800 relay team, consisting of Lee Salot, Maura McKl'ever, Sherri Zack and Barron Wright. assistant chairman. Third District V.F.W. Ladies Auxiliary, Leta Black, Alpha Xi Delta president, Carol Sh>ad. Alpha Xi Delta treasurer, Jo Ann Coman, V.F,W. auxlliar}' chairman and Grosse Pointe Woods Bowling manager Bob Kenward. fOl~ ULS captured first place. Lori Hugbett and Paula Mighion placed second and third in the mile. The 400 relay team of Dawn Hogan, Vaughn, Jean Zotter and Kincannon executed perfeet hand.offs to achieve still another first place for ULS. In the 400 Salo! took first place with her best time since last vear's regionals and with McKeever right be. hind garnering a second place. Once again Cherpes took a first place in a hurdle race. this time in the 200 low hurdles. Senior Janet Bristor took first place in the 800 bettering her time by nine s('conds: Hughett placed second. First place in the 200 dash was taken by Kincannon and second place by freshman Zack. The Knights excelled in field events at the OCS meet, sweeping the shot put. discus. long Thursday, April 29, J 982 Net start By Paul Regelbrugge North HIgh Piloted by coach Tom Berschback 1 the North High varsity tenrus team started the 1982 season on the right foot last week with 61f.z.2 and 61;2-1 wins over Lakeview and Grand Blanc. Against the Lakeview Huskies, the four singles players, Chris Brown, Jeff Key, Tom Van Pelt and Grant Gilezan, lost just one game between them. Grand Blanc also fell \'ictim to North's singles lineup - this time, a team of Brown, Key. Marc Andris and Sanjit Jayakar. The No. 1 doubles duo of Van Pelt and Gilezan also won. 7-5. 7-6. while the second team of Roger Van Pelt and Brad Stieber squeaked by its op.ponents, 6-7, 7.5. 6-3. According to coach Berschback. this year's team has an excellent chance of being North's best in rive years. TOO main strength of the squad rests in the singles department, which includes Brown, Key (a Warren Mott transfer). Andris and Jayakar. On the doubles teams are No. 1. cap. tain Tom Van Pdt and Gilezan; ~o. 2. Roger Van Pelt and Stieber. The NO.3 and NO.4 teams are open to competi. tion between Glen Ravos. \Ste~'e Ciaravino. Nino Cueter. jeff Lepley. Brandv Brierlv and ~Iark Gianunzio. The'team's goals are to be~1 South, win thl' Il'rl~ue and regional titles and to plat'" in the top 10 in the state_ ~Orlt. hil' ..ball: C'JJt:l' Frank Sum!). era's varsity baseball squad opened the season with a doubleheader sweep of Grosse Pointe South. 3-0 and 10-4. then hung on to beat Clintondale. 13-10, after leading 9--0 at one point. Dave Wittwer fired a three-hit shut. out in the first game against South; John Mueller tossed a five.hitter in the nightcap. Dennis C)T supplied the offensive power in the second game against South with a grand.slam home run. while Dave Babcock and Mueller each hit tWO-fun homers. ~lueller slugged a three. run homer. Bob Boesiger added a grand.slam. Craig Stafford collected three hits. in. cluding a home r.un and ~farty Mitchell added three hits in the Clintondale win. J\' baseball: The junior varsity Norsemen didn't start their season on the same note their varsilv counterparts did. falling to South. 4'.2 and 6-5, and Clintondale. )().i. before beating L'Anse Cruese. Joe Weidenbach and Ste\'e \....alker had two hits each for the :'oiorsemen against Clintondale. jump and taking second and third Babe RIIIII places in the high jump. The Knights have a meet Thursday ... \pril 29 at Southfield Christian. l'LS boys' track: University Liggett year opellS School opened iL

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