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CM © (0 a. in oo at CM 2 CO 2 3 m a> o» a UJ High average bowlers in the program this past season were, from left: front row, juniors Kristie Conners and Jasen Conners, and back row, Paul Hildreth, senior, Linda Recore, bowling monitor, and Teri Combs, senior. Spikers Win Crown in East Syracuse The Spikers have wdh the\ Tuesday Night Co-ed Volleyball League championship in East Syracuse. The team, won the title March 12 by defeating the 'A' Team. The scores were 12-15, 15-5, 15-12 and 15-10. The champion- WaMeye Tournament Offer Cash Prizes ship match was held at the Pine Grove Junior High School. Members of the Spikers are Kandi Kohler, captain, Anna Tosado, Louis Tosado, Lynn Mussell, Cindy Reed, Christ­ opher Connelly, Joe Vaugn and John Leabo. Members of the first place teams In the Manlius Village Recreation Department Youth Bowling program included, from left: from row, Austin Wittwer and Aaron Blowers; middle row. Lisa Baker, Shannon Recore, Adam Cuker and Alex Reid, and rear row, Paul Hildreth, Jeff Ryan, and Randy Baker. Young Bowler Awards The seventh annual walleye tournament on Oneida Lake will be held May 4 and 5 by the Cicero Lions Club. All area fishermen may par­ ticipate. Area sports' shops have tickets, orthey maybe purchased by mail from the club, at PO Box 57, Cicero 13039, enclosing name, address, and telephone number along with the fee. For information call Keith King, 699-3034. Three tagged walleye in the lake will be worth $10,000, $7,500, and $5,000 if caught dur­ ing the tournament. The values of the tagged fish will be reduced after the competition. SfYOUR A PRO VOUB ia S ABOUT The Manlius Village Recrea­ tion Department Youth Bowling Program completed the 1984-85 season with an awards presenta­ tion and banquet, Saturday March 23, at the Manlius Vil­ lage Centre. In the Senior Bowler category, the first place team was We Wail, with Randy and Lisa Baker, Shannon Recore, Jeff Ryan and Paul Hildreth. In the first place in the Junior Bowler category was the Raiders \tjeajn with Alex Reid, Austin \•Wittwer Adam Cuker, and Aaron Blowers. Most improved average for the seniors went to Shannon Recore and Randy Baker; high average, Paul Hildreth and Teri Combs. Most' improved juniors ^rere Jason Connors andRachael The DUPONT PLAZA Lgton Come to Washington and we'll give you a \ J$pE CAMERA to catch it all on film. Sawkens; high average, Jasen Connors and Kristie Conners. High single game award win­ ners were: without handicap, seniors Paul Hildreth and Shannon Recore, and juniors Jasen Connors and Kim Recore; with, handicap,' seniors Shawn Daniels and Jenny Wart, and juniors Ryan Mone and Rebecca Brown and Lisa Carr. High three games award win­ ners were: seniors without haxtd- icap, Stuart TilJer ^W ^Teri 'Cdkibs; seniors^ with handicap, ' David Courtwright and Sharon Steinbach; juniors without handicap, Aaron Blowers and Kristie Commers, and juniors with handicap, Charles Cook and Keli Rapp. Linda Recore, bowling monitor, was presented with a special \thank you\ flower ar­ rangement from the bowlers. After presentation of awards and pizza, two professional clowns, Lori and Paul, enter­ tained the youth with skits, then did balloon animals and made-up clown faces. The. Youth Bowling program takes place every Saturday morning from October to March at the Fayetteville Bowl. Six senipr.and six junior teams.par- ticipated. , , Final team standings for the seniors were We Wail, Addidas 3, FM Angels, Freds, Genesis. Final standings for the juniors teams were Raiders, Ghostbus- ters, Bulldogs, Blue Streaks, Flash, Streakers. Linda Recore.and Ann Her- rick were monitors. Is An _ $ 50.OO 3 Days/2 Nights per person, double occupancy. Includes all taxes. FBEE with each package — a KODAK Pleaser H Instamatic Camera. FREE PARKING • \ ^ | The Dnpon^||^..^^^^n.^eekend. It 's all the Wa£hihgton%o for. ff J>lJPpNT PLAZA •ff£Q &iN &N JBampshire AwriuW NiW. 1-4:. Washmgton,D.C.''2(X)36 .: Tele.-(202) 483~-60to;^oU Free! (800) 421-6662 Rob Dickerman At a height of six feet and a weight of 200 pounds, Rob Dic­ kerman is the kind of person who's hard to miss-in a crowd. But if s the looks the muscular senior from SUNY-Plattsburgh gets when he competes for his indoor track and field team that are the most noticeable. That's because Dickerman is usually the smallest man in his events, the shot, put, and 35 pound weight throw. \My major asset is my size,\ the former Fayette ville-Manlius student explained. \Nobody ex­ pects a small guy to do well. They think lightly of you and can let down mentally.\ in -ii* in ;-jt:iiiiiiitiiiiii As a result of his size, Dicker- man studied the techniques of his events to' make up some ground on his heavier foes. And make up ground -is what he did recently at the first eyer NCAA Division HI indoor track and field championships at Bates College. His fourth place in the shot put and sixth in the weight throw earned him two All- American spots. \It was a surprise to him and us,\ his father Don said. \He did so darned well considering his ranking.\ Indeed, the'fact he qualified only five days prior to the meet made his sixth and 11th place rankings seem un­ usual. But Dickerman proved his doubters wrong, as he jumped two and five places in the rankings to get his A-A hon­ ors. \It's my final year so it's pretty much an all around go for it,\ Dickerman said. The following :w v eekhe_continueff defendmg his^state shipibput iitl'e with a personal best throw.jof50 feet, 7 inches. He\ also placed third in the weight tnfow;' - As for. the spring, the compu­ ter- science' majoi^ffgCrais are-for continued improvement 1 , ^spe­ cially in the hammed throw where he hopes to top 4he4*8Q- footmark.

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