Rogue news. (Ashland, Or.) 19??-????, April 27, 1967, Image 6

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    Baseball, Tennis
Teams Nab Wins
RECORD HOLDER in the pole vault, Roger Springer, displays
the form which helped him break the school record. Roger
cleared the bar at 13 feet four inches.
Three Meets
Track Team Downs E. P.
Ashland High's track team
started the season off with a
second place, a victory, and two
The team tied for second in
the Cal-Ore Relays in the B di
vision, defeated Eagle Point
78V57M., placed fifth at the
Rogue Relays with 38 points,
and lost to Grants Pass, 76-20.
Cal-Ore Relays
Ashland finished with a total
of two firsts in class B compe
tition at the annual Cal-Ore
Relays held at Southern Oregon
Against Eagle Point the team
collected nine firsts, nine sec
onds, and seven thirds. One of
the firsts was Roger Springer's
new pole vault record of 13
feet four inches.
Field Winners
In the field events, Ashland
took firsts in the javelin, pole
vault, broad jump, and swept
all three places in the discus.
They took second place in the
shot put and high jump.
In the track events, the Grizz
lies took firsts in the 220, two
Steve Roberts, a junior, was
selected Athlete of the Month
for the month of April because
of fine shooting as the first man
on the golf team.
Steve felt his best match so
far this season was against
Crater, at Medford, when he
shot an 82.
Roberts has lettered in golf
for three years, his freshman,
sophomore, and junior years
and is currently an active mem
ber of Lettermen's Club. He
lettered as a freshman in Sa
benth, Kansas, where he also
went to the Kansas State Tour
nament and placed fourth in
team events.
Golf Award
Last year Steve was elected
for the "Most Valuable Golfer"
award. He also participates in
the sports of basketball and
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mile run, high hurdles, 440, and
mile relay.
The mile relay team is com
posed of Dick Boulton, Lonny
Slack, Terry Neuenschwander,
and Jay Fischer. Lon Gossage,
Bill Petit, Roger Springer, and
Jon Olson make up the 440 re
lay team.
Second Places
Second places were in the 100,
220, 440, 880, mile and low
hurdles. Boulton and Neuen
Girls1 Track Team
Ashland High's girls track
team, which is composed of 17
girls, recently lost dual meets
with Crater and Grants Pass.
So far they have had only two
track meets.
Crater defeated Ashland 61
to 31 in the girls' first meet of
the season. In this meet Judy
Jameson took first in the 100
yard dash and Linda Cannon
placed first in the 880. Judi Ni
dever placed second in the
javelin while Kathy Brown
placed second in the high jump.
His favorite hobbies are hunt
ing and fishing and working on
his car. He also considers golf
ing as his hobby, which he has
been playing for seven years.
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LONME SLACK leaps Into
the pit during the broad jump
event. Lonnie participates on
the relay team as well as
broad jumping.
schwander had two of the sec
ond places each.
There were two tracksters
who earned two thirds. They
were Gossage and Skip Golden.
At the Rogue Relays, Ashland
tallied one first place victory,
one second place and three
The only event in which Ash
land won was in the discus
where Gene Willis heaved a
toss of 149 feet, 2V4 inches.
The girls who placed third were
Kathy Brown in the 80 meter
hurdles, Judy Jameson in the
220, Judi Nidever in the discus,
and Kerry Roberts in the high
Coming in fourth were Maria
Anderson in the 220, Mary Bill
ings in the discus, and Kathy
Roberts in the javelin.
Lose To GP
Grants Pass defeated the local
girls in their second meet. The
score was 61 to 34. Judy Jame
son topped two events, coming
in first in the 100 and 220 yard
dashes. Judy Nidever placed
first in the discus and Carolyn
Boat placed first in the shot
put. The girls that came in sec
ond against the Grants Pass
girls were Linda Cannon in the
880, Mary Billings in the discus,
Kerry Roberts in the high jump,
Kathy Brown in the 80 meter
hurdles, and Carlista Holland in
the 440.
Throughout the competition
in dual meets, the girls will be
attempting to qualify for the
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The Ashland High school
baseball team and tennis team
have each won one game since
April 13.
The victory for the diamond
men was a practice game against
Eagle Point. In that contest the
Grizzlies wound up on top with
a score of 9-4.
Most of the scoring for the
local club came in two three
run innings. Both of the innings
saw two hits, a walk by the
E.P. pitcher, and an error.
In the first inning, Gary Mac
Graw and Mike Schoonover both
cracked hits for the Grizzlies.
Schoonover slammed out an
other hit in the third inning,
hitting a double. Jim Stephen
son also got on base in the third
inning with a single.
Both Schoonover and Stephen
son collected two hits.
In other games played by the
baseball team, Medford's Black
Tornado nine defeated the local
team 5-1, 4-0 and 8-4. In double
headers with the Crater Comets
and the Roseburg Indians, all
four games were lost. The Grizz
lies dropped the games by
scores of 4-2 and 6-0 against
Crater, and 6-0 and 1-0 against
the Roseburg team.
Tennis Results
After losing several dual
matches, the tennis team grab
bed its first win in a 4-3 victory
over the Crater netmen.
state meet which will be held
later this spring. In order to
qualify for the state contest, the
girls must meet the standard
requirements of time in the
track events or distance in the
field events. One member of
the team, Judy Jameson, has
qualified for the state meet for
the past two years.
Hired By
Maurice Ray, coach of the
state "B" championship basket
ball team, will be head coach at
Ashland High next year.
Stan Jobe, District 5 school
superintendent, said Ray has
been hired to replace retiring
coach George Keil.
Ray is a graduate of Pacific
University where he played bas
ketball. The coach also has done
graduate work at University of
Washington and University of
Medford's HIS
Dale Bowles and Marilyn Miller have the right idea "just
wear a smile and a Jantzen" from
Robinson Bros.
Ashland players who were
winners in their individual
matches were Steve Buckelew,
John Perry and Steve Craft in
the competition in the singles
matches. In the doubles com
petition the team of Buckelew
and Perry won while the team
of Craig and Doug Kirby lost
The team dropped decisions
in dual matches with Medford
and defending state champions,
Roseburg. Medford defeated
the local team by a score of
6-1, while Roseburg was vic
torious over the Bears by a
score of 7-0.
The net team now has a 1-2
mark in the conference
Varsity Golfers
Trample Comets
The Ashland High varsity golf
team's season now stands at
four losses and one win. After
losing their first dual match to
Medford and Grants Pass. 15-0,
the golfers beat Crater 15-0, but
lost the next week in another
dual match to Medford, 150,
and Klamath Falls, 8V2-6M!.
In their second match, the
varsity golfers each took the
maximum of three points from
their Crater High opponents.
Players and scores: Bill Kuhl
wein 94, Jim Work 88, John
Zupan 86, Steve Roberts 81.
and Scott Weaver 86. The JVs,
Tim Mobley, Clint Smith, and
Gregg Torrey, won 12 points,
the maximum, from the Crater
On April 14, the varsity trav
eled to Klamath Falls for a
dual meet with their hosts and
Medford. Three Grizzlies scored
against the Pels, Bill Kuhlwein
92, John Zupan 93, and Scott
Weaver 83. Jim Work, 96, and
Steve Roberts, 84, did not win
any points.
He coached basketball, foot
ball, and track for the past six
years at Powers. Ray's teams
have won 104 games while los
ing 29 in basketball, many of
the victories over A-2 schools.
Keil quit his post as head
basketball coach toward the end
of the season. His plans for the
future are uncertain.
Ray will have two returning
sophomore lettermen and the
freshmen to work with next
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