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April 17, 1980     Eastern Colorado Plainsman
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PAGE 6 Sports Scoreb(x rd Sterling Invitational (G/f/s) Sterling JV 73, LImon 51, Cheyenne Central JV 47, Merino 42, Prairie 19, Peetz 3, Caliche 0. (Boys) Limon 76, Cheyenne Central JV 521/2, Weld Central 391/2, Chey- enne East JV 23, Caliche 23, Merino 17, Sterling JV 13, Prairie 12. Wrsy Invitational (boys) Julesburg 153, Brush 78, Haxtun 69, Holyoke 55, Wray 45, Akron 38, Calhan 38, Yuma 11, Stratton 0. Holyoke Invitational (girls) Calhan 104, Brush 100, Haxtun 80, Holyoke 54, Stratton 53, Julesburg 47, Wray 40, Akron 16, Yuma 12. Sports Calendar Basketball Third Annual G&A Pitch Club Town Team Basketball Tournament Flagler, American Legion Hall, Thursday-Sunday, April 17-20 (Two losses eliminate a team; first-round losers go to conso- lation bracket.) Thurs. 5:30 p.m. : Flagler I vs. Arriba 6:45 p.m. : Limon vs. Vona 8 p.m. : Kanorado, Kan. vs. Triple A Feeders, Arapahoe 9:15 p.m. : Harmack Grain, Cope vs. Cattle Care, Burlington (Byes: Flaglerll; Denverl, II; Hugo) Fri. 5:30, 6:45,8,9:15 p.m. (8 p.m.: Hugo vs. Denver I) Sat. 3 p.m. : semifinal round starts Sun. 1 p.m. : consolation 2:15 p.m. : third place 3:30 p.m. : championship Baseball (All games at 3 p.m.) Tues., April 22: Genoaat Arrlba Stratton at Bethune Track Sat., April 19, 9 a.m.: Hugo, Arriba, Stretton, Llmon, Hi-Plaios, Simla, Agate, Deer Trail, etal., at Badger Relays, Li- mon (if ground conditions permit). Tues., April 22, 2 p.m. : Limon, Stratton, Hugo, Arriba, etal., at Burlington Invitational. An athletic training work- shop for junior high and high school student trainers will be hosted by the University of Southern Colorado this sum- mer, running from June 22-25. Between 75-90 students from all over the country are expected for the four-day clin- ic. Karl Klinksiek, head ath- letic trainer at USC, will be the host trainer. "The workshop is designed to give students a batter in- sight to the basics of athletic medicine," stated Klinkslek. "Some of the areas which we will cover include wound man- agement, skin problems, treatment procedures, and ac- tual laboratory experience of taping specific joints." The staff for the workshop will include Bill Lyons, head trainer at the University of Wyoming; Jim Conboy, head trainer at the Air Force Acad- emy; Kathy DeNiro, trainer at Pueblo South High School; and Charlie Martin, head trainer at Northeast Louisiana University, who is also the representativefor Cramer Products, Inc. The USC-hosted event is one of 21 which are being held at colleges and universities around the country. Carmer Products, a Gardner, Kan. athletic training manufactur- er, is co-sponsoring the work- shops with the various schools. Students interested in at- tending the workshop should contact Klinkslek in the USC Training Office, Room 102 of Massari Gym, or write to Cra- mer Products, P.O. Box 1001, Gardner, Kan., 66030 (913- 884-7511). EASTERN COLORADO PLAINSMAN THURS., APR. 17, 1980, By TERI SEYMOUR In the game against Hugo, a fourth quarter hot streak saw the Karval team score 16 points to Hugo's six, That wasn't enough, though, and the game ended in defeat for Karval, 51-50. Billie Williams, Teri Seymour and Carmen Wezel all scored in double fig- ures. On March 11, Karval went down again, this time at Flag- ler. Karval led most of the game, but something happen- ed in the fourth quarter---they scored, and we didn't. The final score was Flagler 28, Karval 25. On St. Patrick's Day, Karval went to Limon, and played a game that got very out of hand. Only one referee had a whistle and the scoreboard controls were missing--Barry Seymour used his watch as the clock, and Wayne Wil- liams kept score. The final score was Limon 44, Karval 38. The girls, after being behind by 11, rallied to take the lead with a few minutes left. It was too late, unfortunately. Both Teri Seymour and Carmen Wezel scored in double fig- ures. Flagler was~ the site of the March 23-26 tournament. The first night Karval played Arri- ba. Getting rebound after re- bound, Karval went on to an 18-point win, 39-21. On the 25th, Flagler was the team to beat. The defensive game wasn't there, and Flagler edged Kar- val, 24-23. Playing for third on the last night, we were nipped again, this time by Limon, 32- 30. Karval played well during the tournament, but just couldn't manage to be on top of the score at the end. Billie Williams and Teri Seymour each had a turn at the double figure columns. Placings in the tourney were: first place, Seibert; second place, place, Limon; Arriba. The Karval girls been participating in ball this year, are: Carmen Wezel, Janice Birdsail, Teri Billie Williams, mour, Maxine Wezel, Hagans and Yvonne ham. The coach has ry Seymour. Arriba will probably tournament after Easter. Also selling during the T CR classic, Automatic transmission, 400 engine, AM-FMI1 Track, this pickup is fully equipped, including trailer control, CB hook-up, nearly new 750x16 Michelin SHARP! Full line of Farm Machinery, Shop Tools, Household Items and Antiques e Sale Starts at 10 A.M. Land Sale at 1:30 P.M. 31 miles south of Flaqler on Flaqler-Wild Horse road, then 2 miles east, then V= mile north. For More Information, Contact SONJA RANDEL, 962-3524 or DAVID MICHAL, 765-4747