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MARK'S REMARKS B Y MARK ADKINS GET OUT YOUR TAPE MEASURES THIS SEASON!!! Not a bad way to start out the 1994 ment, Toots Gordon for the Lions high school baseball season. Week gets an A for his 15 strikeout work one was filled with home runs, good in Lone Tree's 8-1 win over New pitching efforts, high-scoring games London anti Aaron Swartzendruber and some late inning rallies for his off-the-bench relief pitching (whether it be for or against your and win over HLV Friday for IMS. favorite team). 1 saw most of the There is one Babe Ruth youngster action in the area and I am am here who deserves mention here too. to tell you, we could have five pret- Brandon Harland struck out 15 in a ty decent teams before it is allovel+v'.: win over Kalona ,. for Welhnan 2 in , To address tl e home run issue, let's their season opener Thursday night. take a look at Mid-Prairie's Anthony The high-scoring and late-inning , Kos, Joe Ruth and Highhmd- rallies are limited (tot now). Waco Riverside's Mike Paisley. Kos hit turned one on Highland last two at West Liberty in a conference Tuesday, IMS scored one Friday in i doubleheader Thursday night Cone the rally column, Mid-Prairie put up , of them being 390 feet, according to 18 runs in that sweep of the Comets head coach Tim Sauer), Ruth and I'm sure more will be on the banged out a two-run blast Saturday way. I can't wait, can you'?+? at the Golden Hawk baseball tourna- Bits and pieces ment against Tri-County and Paisley For all of the boys and girls track ripped one at Wayland against Waco coaches awaiting the all-area teams I last Tuesday night. These three gen+ do have them selected and they will tlemen have set a precedent which appear on page 3B but not as photos will be hard to follow for some but or a story. For this week, they will not for others I think there will be only be listed to let people know plenty of baseballs flying out of high who made it. Next week, I will get a school parks this summer, big story in on page one!! Secondly, the pitching I:have seen. Once again, a reminder to the golf Man, there+ have been some good courses, auto racers, Tri-County performances!! Paisley gets an A in Babe Ruth and Senior Star coaches this category for holding and sports leagues, you can help me Washington to one run on Thursday out by calling me with your results night, Mr. Fischer and L.D. get A's at the News office the morning after also for their efforts at West Liberty your event at 319-656-2273 or at for the Hawks (Fischer, an A-plus home immediately afterwards (319- for his 12 strikeouts), Cameron 656-2097). I do appreciate your help Driscoll an A for his hard fought one in making the News sports section walk outing against Tri-County one of the best around. Saturday in the Mid-Prairie tourna- See ya next week!! ~:~ :~i"~I I i~? Dickel clears another hurdle Iowa Mennonite's Brian Dickel clears another hurdle Saturday at the Jim :Duncan track at Drake University in Des Moines. Dickel was part of the ~110 high hurdle event and placed seventh in heat number two o1" the event, ~hich kept him just out of the finals. Dickel and teammate Chris Roetlin were both running a little on the sick side as a case of the flu went through .t.he IMS camp during the week before the meet. Meacham Travel " Dennis and Elaine Shalla, Owner Two Iowa City Locations Call Toll-Free Downtown Next to Hills Bank 229 E. Washington 1527 S. Gilbert 1-800- 777-1360 1-800- 727-1199 Delivery to Kalona Area Available - FINE FOOD -SPIRITS onnection Wellman 319-646-9701 il Friday Night, June 3rd Pool Contests Saturday Night, June 4th DJ playing 50's & 60's Rock and Country 9 n.m. - 1:00 a m. :xxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx--,xxxxxxxx:t THE KALONA NEWS IMS battles sickness in two athletes, tough fields haunt others da Sickness and tough competitionDickel was placed near the wall in would be very hard for me to keep up spelled out a tough Friday afternoon lane seven of the second heat of the with these guys." for the Kalona News area tracksters 110 high hurdles. After staying with Tri-Center of Neola's Tim Dalton who competed in Des Moines at thc the pack early, Dickel hit two hurdles ran an impressive race for the IA 1994 boys state track meet at Drake near the end and wound up seventh in title while Iowa City Regina's T.J. University's Jim Duncan track. Flu his heat. "I saw those two hurdles at Craig was fifth. "Overall, I thought crept through the Iowa Mennonite the end and knew 1 would plow the pace might be a little bit faster," camp as senior 3200 meter runner them," Dickel said. "I decided to Roetlin said. "It was a big pack of Chris Roetlin wound up 16th in the plow them hard since there was guys running out there. I just I A field anti senior 110 high hurdler nothing I cohld do about it. My steps couldn't quite get it going." Brian Dickel also came up short with between hurdles hurt me because I As for the anticipated battle in the the same type of sickness. Strong just wasn't in a rhythm." 100 meter dash, a strong field took fields in the 100, 400 and long jump Roetlin's story was nearly the IMS's Corey Roberts, Keota's Joel took their tollon the other same its he felt something a little out Sieren and Lone Tree's Aaron Lucy contestants, of the ordinary in warm-ups before out of the finals. Roberts was sixth "It seemed to hit us at the same the 3200. "I wits breathing really hard in heat one (I 1.8), Sieren was tburth time," Dickcl said. "I don't really when I took somc a lap beforehand," in heat three (11.83) and Lucy was in know how it happened. All I know is Roetlin said. "The same thing sixth in heat two. that in my event, things just didn't happened at state cross country in the As for senior long jumper Jed flow from the beginning." fall. I knew th~n and there that it Miller, he did cross the 20-ff)ot barrier with a 20 loot, one inch jump but it wasn't enough as he was taken" out of the finals as well. Finally, to complete the day, Lucy of Lone Tree wound up sixth in his heat of the 400 meter dash prelims which took him out of finals contention. IMS's Corey Roberts tries to get a good jump off of the starting line in Friday's 100 meter dash prelims at the boys state track meet. The anticipated battle between himself, Aaron Lucy of Lone Tree and Keota's Joel Sieren never came about as they all three missed the finals. SPORTS SHORTS FOR JUNE 2, 1994 M-P summer sports passes available Families in the Mid-l lairic school district will once again have an opporttmily to catch the Golden Hawk baseball and softball reruns this summer with a summer sports pass. There will be 14 home softball games and 17 home baseball games this summer. A fmnily pass for $70 will allow admission to all 31 home games for all members of the family. A lamily of four would need only to atleud seven games for Ihc ticket to pay for itself. With the season family pass, over half the games would be frcc admission. Adult punch passes lk)r $25 and student punch passes for $15 will also be available for admission Io 10 events. Single game prices for all softball and baseball games are $3 for adults and $2 for students. Weliman 4th of July VB tourney needs teams Sign-up is underway for the Fourth of July Co-Ed Volleyball Tournament in Wellman North Park. 20 teams are needed for the tournament. Each team must have at least three women and three men. Teams can be put together by families, friends, churches or businesses Call Bob Stutzman at 646-2367 to register by June 19. ! Introducing the new Holland Grill. We've combined your sug- gestions with our iechnology to develop the best Holland Grill ever. New looks and upgraded features combined with the patented Holland System guarantee you No Flare-Ups. Simply place the food on the grill, close the lid and come back when it's done. You'll grill, steam or smoke the juiciest, most appetizing foods. Efficient one- temperature cooking means that if you can tell time, you can cook like an expert on the new Holland Grill. Natural Gas M~alel also available in: Post Cart motmt. mount, Deck mount, Area summer sports coaches call the News at 319.656-2273 with your results the morning after the game!!!! Non-resident deer license applica- tions available Applications for non-resident deer hunting licenses are now avail- able in the office of the Washington County Recorder. Deadline for applying is June 13, 1994. Lone in Jones "" science much "It comes been muc much to regroup ready to for sure. "The will be the rest 's Barber course tough. set the Jones 12:30 Complete week's 410 C Avenue - Kalona Hours: 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday" Friday Saturday - 7 a.m.-2 p.m. Appointments available Walk-ins welcOtr| 656-3996 I will be closed June 24 and 25th. The Mid-Prairie After Prom Committee would Iige Hwy. 22 East Kalona 656-3551 819 2nd Street Wellman 646-6058 many people, businesses, organizations, clubs. American Legion Rosie Adams Coastal Mart Post 427 Semlers Body Shop Day Light Donut 1,.q. Appliance Barn Single Pharmacy Dick Ross Auto Beta Sigma Phi Tony's Cafe Elaine's Beauty Shop Bulltown Sign Co. Trio Gas Fareway 7I~ Boatmen's Bank Wade Ford Farrelrs Corky's Cut N Curl Wellman Advance Farmers Mutual Farmers Savings Bank Wellman Lumber Insurance Farmers Electric Wellman Post Office Garnett's Get A Wave Fisher Insurance Agency Wellman Produce Glandon's Hochstetler Insurance Wellman Telephone Grecian's Jewelers Joetown Garage Wellman "lTl" Homespun Craftique Kalona News Wellman Ready Mix Hardees - Washington Kalona Plastics Wellman American Hy-Vee - Washington Kalona Veterinary Legion ISU Co. Kinneer Home Buckwalters Joe Falks Furnishing Freeman Foods Jeans & Gems Parts Stop HyVee-Coralville JT Arthur's Peggy's Place Athlete's Foot Julie's Salon (78~ Peterseim Funeral Home Campus Theatre Kum & Go East Rich's Well Service Colonial Lanes Kum & Go West Twin County Dairy Dr John Maxwell Knights of Columbus Kalona Telephone Co. Lenoch & Cilek L & W Service "File Co. Merle Norman Logan's Jewlery Steve's Farm Supply Mercy Services Washington Co. Yoder Feeds Paul's Discount Extension J0 Security Savings Bank Plamor Lanes Washington Cleaners Bud's Custom Meats Radio Shack Washington Evening Stutzman's Wilsons Journal Hills Bank & Trust Proctor & Gamble Washington Federal Gretter Motor Co. Country Village Antiques Washington Lawn and Albion Young Dusenbery Ins. Leisure Law Office West Trucking Washington State Bank Chat N Chew West Chester Bank West Kurtz Music Campbell Chiropractic West Chester Lions Melody Lanes Casey's West Chester City Messer Oil Co. Denny Duwa Furs Explorter Elevator Orscheln's Dr. Dennis Miller Glinda & John McDowellPaul's Shoes Dwight Duwa Auction Doris Fisher Pamida Fashionaire Salon Allison's Pizza Hut Home Gas Arnold Motor Pepsi Co. Kathy's Styling Porch Batterson's Studio Poncho Perry's Longwell Realty Beans Pharmacy Richard George's Salon MP Music Boosters Breadeaux Pisa Seifert's MP Athletic Boosters Brenda's Boutique Washington Co. Farm Mr. Mildred Crossett Brown's Shoes Bureau W.L. Phillips Insurance Boyd's Bologna Stone Mill Precision Structures Capper Ford Shear Expressions ,j~/'s Quad County Vet Conklin Insurance Stutzman's Studio R & A Conoco Culligan State Home Video Reha Landscaping Country Market State Farm Ins. A special thanks to the Post Prom Volunteers and to the Mid School staff and administration for their cooperation facility for the party. Thanks to all. others who helped make success,