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Boys end up fifth, girls 8th at home invite; Keota girls finish third t! back" Iowa Mennonite cross coumry coach Mark Hostetler has probably felt like a doctor instead of a head coach lately. Injuries and sickness have made their way around the Maroon and White camp but Monday at the IMS Invitational, " Hostetler saw some good signs of recovery. "We are starting to come back from our injuries," Hostetler said. "I was surprised that Chris (Roetlin) ran at all and he did a great job. Aaron (Fleming) and Joel (Loss) also are coming back slowly." Roetlin did indeed come back strong. He stayed with Iowa City Regina's T.J. Craig for ahnost the entire race until the very end and ended up third overall. David Huerta finished 18th, Randy Ho crossed in 22rid, Fleming crossed in 51 st, Jason Potsander was 52nd and Joe Hostetler was 83rd. Steven Bender ran in the J.V. race and took 25th. The boys took fifth overall as Williamsburg snuck past Regina for the team title. Keota finished 12th as Jeff Huber led the way for the Eagles with a 31st place finish. In the girls race, IMS wound up 8th overall. "The girls ran a good race," Hostetler said. "We will see where we are in two weeks and at districts. That's where it counts." Keota's girls wound up third with 58 points as Regina was first and Williamsburg second with 52 and 55 ii points respectively. b Melissa Dickel led IMS with a i' 21st place finish. Cad Lyle led the Lady Eagles by taking sixth. Sara Bricker was 22nd, Anna Yoder was 34th, Tiffani Stutzman was 53rd and Lisa Birky was 70th for IMS. IMS travels to North Linn (Coggon) Saturday for a 9 a.m. start News tip Call 656-2273 Keota VB splits ' SICL matches It was a busy day at the Wellman golf course Monday afternoon as ! 3 boys and girls cross country teams visited for the IMS Invitational. At left: IMS's Chris Roetlin tries to get around Iowa City Regina's T.J. Craig in the boys race. IMS wound up fifth overall while Keota was 12th. At right: Keota's Jennifer Sicren keeps the pace in the girls race as the Lady Eagles finished third overall. IMS was 8th in the girls race. while Keota takes a break until the Tuesday at 5 p.m. South Iowa Cedar League meet Mentioned in ace serving per game and digs per game Keota's Lampe ranks in two of state's top 20 volleyball stat categories Keota's Tonya Lampe figured in two of the state's seven individual statistical categories in the lists released froth the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union last week. Lampe, a junior for the Lady Eagles, has already rolled over the Keota season record in digs this year. She previously held the record front the 1992 season. Lampe ranks 17th in the state in ace serves per game with 1.35. Jolene Froehle from the Iowa School of the Deaf is first in the state with 1.82 per game. In digs per game, Lampe is 14th with 4.06 per game. Carroll Kuemper's Sarah Staiert is first in the state with 6.44 per game. The state release included games through September 28. Three area teams to be at Washington tourney Three Kalona News area volleybai teams will be at the Washington Demon Invitational Saturday. Mid-Prairie, Iowa Mennonite and Highland-Riverside will each be participating in the two- pool, all day event, which gets under way at 9 a.m. The J.V. half of the tournament will be held at the Washington junior high school. Keota was very close to winning two South Iowa Cedar League matches last week. As a matter of fact, they were within one game of !ii weeping Belle Plaine last Wednesday before "a menial letdown" set in, according to coach Lynell O'Connor. "The girls wanted to sweep Belle ii Plaine so bad because they had !ibeaten English Valleys the game before three in a row," O'Connor said. "We just suffered a mental letdown when we didn't sweep them and unfortunately, we never got the rhythm back again." Belle Plaine won 3-2 even though Tonya Lampe registered 16 kills, 14 of 17 serving and 27 digs. "She has a real knack for the ball on defense," O'Connor said. "She is having a great year." Jenny Weber and Kristin Sieren had seven kills each while Carrie Hansen was 21 of 21 serving with four aces. Monday night, Keota took a 3-1 'I: win over BGM (Brooklyn). The win put them at 7-8-3 overall and 3-5 in I SICL action. The Lady Eagles finished their conference action Wednesday at Montezuma. Monday night, they host Lone Tree with an 8 p.m. varsity sta . SICL volleyball standings As of 9-30.93 Sigourney 6-1 16-1-2 Williamsburg 6-1 14-8-1 Iowa Valley 5-2 8-11-5 Belle Plaine 5-2 7-4-2 Montezuma 4-3 4-6-3 BGM 3 -4 4-7-3 English Valleys 2-5 5-7-3 Tri-County 2-5 4-7-4 Keota 2-5 6.8.3 HLV 0-7 0-13-1 Leah Bontrager shows good form as she rips a shot against Durant in Golden Hawk freshman play last week. Bontrager and the Golden Hawk freshmen team were at the Mount Vernon tourntunent Monday night and hosted Mount Vernon on Wednesday night, I ,__Athletes of the Week # 5 ongratulations to the Fall Athletes of the Week for week number 5 of the fall sports season. They are: Justin Rediger and fake Zahradnek (M-P football), Chrissy Murphy (M-P volleyball), David Huerta (IMS cross country), Amy Schweitzer (IMS volleyball) and Malt Rhodes (/MS soccer 7 days a week Breakfast -- Lunch -- Dinner Monday-Saturday 6 a.m. to 2 a.m. -' Fanne1 Savings KALONA, IOWA 52247 Member FDIC 3|IP4$ 41-JI-N4[ TI IE KALONA NEWS - Thursday, Bi , week ahead for M-P voll Highland-Riverside's Mandy Sweeting goes high in the air for a kill attempt last week against Wapello. The Huskies fell in three games to the Arrows and hosted Iowa City Regina Monday and Louisa-Muscatine Tuesday. IMS sweeps past Williamsburg Iowa Mennonite's Rachel Smith looked WilliaJnsburg's Katie O'Brien straight in the eye last Tuesday night and the results were good for IMS. "Rachel really went right at her," coach Kathy Gebhardt said. "It was good to see her go after O'Brien." IMS swept Williamsburg 15-7, 15-13 and 15-8 to up their season record to 8-5-!. The Maroon and White had won nine games in a row going into a Tuesday night match at West Liberty. Jenny Bock led the serving attack with 15 of 16 and 4 aces for IMS. "We played a strong game the whole way around," Gebhardt said. "'l-he girls were ready to play." IMS travels to Washington for the Demon Invitational Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Sometimes, it's the smallest things that turn a volleyball match around. Wednesday night at Tipton, it was a "small" thing that turned the match from a Mid-Prairie win to a Tipton victory in five games. Bob Barrick's Golden Hawks lought Tipton Ioolh and nail for four games and finally subsided to the Tigers with a 15-8 fifth game loss. The loss dropped M-P to 3-4 in conference play and 4-14-2 overall. The week ahead got no easier lbr the Hawks as Tuesday, they hosted E1HC leader Mount Vernon and Saturday, they are at the always grueling Washington Demon Invitational. As lot Wednesday, Banick noted his team was pleased with their effort but "unhappy with the loss." "We played very hard," Banick said. "We just couldn't quite get over the hump- in the last game. We were very pleased with our play but obviously unhappy with the outcome." Tipton came out smoking early as the Tigers took 15-4 and 15-6 wins to take a quick 2-0 lead. However, the Hawks moved back into the match with 15-4 and 15-11 wins. According to Barrick, Jenny Slabach's play was a key in those wins. "She made it hard on Tipton with her constant aces down the line on kills," Barrick said. "It took awhile for them to adjust to that part of our offense." In the final game, a line-up change by the Tigers constituted the "small" problem for the Hawks. "They just made some line-up changes in the front trouble," Barrick some missed ball which helped them out, some breaks in that laStg M-P wat three straight stre; in a row while one point at a time in "It was a long last could never said. "We just while Tipton Statistically, out of 90 serving Rourke was 18 Wendy Poock was Chrissy Murphy nine with Kelley Conway night with 16 Rourke was a attacks with eight was eight for her down-the-line Jenny Jones while Julie Brophy had six apiece. 10 digs for the As for this Barrick saw a 'ahead for his HawkS. will be a rough Barrick said. "They at every position. give them a battle. tournament is teams and I'm sure no different." Washington's at 9 a.m. Saturday. 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