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Eagle-bulletin. ([Fayetteville, N.Y.]) 1979-current, October 01, 1986, Image 16

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CO a> O) (0 Q. CO 00 O) Q> o u O 3 m © o> CD UJ Rams 4th Quarter Too Much For ESM All six of the seniors on last spring's Jamesville-DeWitt state champion lac­ rosse team who earned all-star team recognition for their play in the Onon­ daga High School League are attending college this fall. Two juniors on that squad were also named to the all-star team. The eight players are, from left: standing, defenseman John Berry, West Point, midfielder Doug Beeler, Rutgers, attackman Tom Sipple, a senior this year at JD, attackman Greg Burns, Syracuse University, and attackman Tim Kesselr- ing, West Point Prep School, and kneel­ ing, midfielder Rick Cramer, now a senior at JD, goalie Matt Palumb, SU, and midfielder Kirk Pratt, Clarkson Uni­ versity. Cramer and Sipple played on the Central Region lacrosse team at the Empire State Games this summer. Derek Pierce, a sophomore on last spring's Ram squad, was an alternate on the Central Region team. JD compiled a 23-1 record. Sparked by a 23-point fourth quarter, the Jamesville-DeWitt football team beat East Syracuse-Minoa in the league opener at the Spartan field Sep­ tember 26. Mike Parker's three short touchdown runs brought JD back from its only deficit, 7-6, after a third quarter drive by the Spartans, and solid defense sea­ led th 29-7 win. The 23 points in the final stanza were misleading as the first score came after a drive begun in the third period and the last came with 23 seconds left in the game. Still there was no­ thing misleading about the de­ fense the Rams played or the solid blocking that helped spring Parker on long runs that set up his scores. ESM shook off a sloppy first half that found the Spartans down 6-0 and took the third period kickoff and marched for a touchdown Passes dropped in the first half were handled be­ tter by ESM in this drive as^a Mike Avery to Paul Johnson 12-yard toss kept the drive going after a piling on penalty helped an Avery option run. ESM drove to the 23-yard line but looked as if it would stall as JD's Chris Fleet sacked a re­ verse play, leaving ESM with a fourth and 14 at its 29. Ron Egerbrecht took a handoff from Avery and' looked to ' pass downfield when he turned and threw back to Avery. The senior quarterback made a strong run with a lunge at the end to get the first down. Avery made another well- disguised fake on an option play moments later to get to the one. A procedure penalty didn't stop ESM as Avery hooked up with Johnson for a six-yard pop pass score. Joe Benedict kicked the extra point and ESM was up 7-6. JD then scored 23 points in the fourth quarter. JD earned its 6-0 halftime lead on a pair of Paul Reeves field goals. \That was the best defensive football team I've seen at JD,\ JD coach Bruce Quimby said af­ terward. Everybody was hitting the whole game. Paul Reeves at the end, Sean Mann the whole game, Mike Maroney. Just the whole defense. And the second half the offensive line started to play.\ Quimby also pointed to another factor in the game most people didn't see. \All week long the kids had been talking about how they've never beaten ESM. The jayvees have never beaten them, I've never beaten them. The seniors didn't beat them as freshmen. They were really pumped up for them.\ JD Netters Better Their Record FM Edges Spartans The Jamesville-DeWitt girls tennis team upped its record to 4-2 last week with a pair of 4-3 wins in OHSL Metro play. Coach Jim DeOrio's Rams beat Fulton September 24 in an away match and went to Central Square the next day to beat the Redmen JD trails Cortland in the league. Cortland has a 3-1 record. Sue Davoli, Kari Barbas and Sara Husted all won in singles play against Fulton for JD and Sue Pond and Maria Kameny won at second doubles to pull off the surprisingly close match Pond and Kameny won 7-5? 6-2 while the singles players won in Sunday Brunch Lakeside Dining Served 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. For Reservations, Please Call 655-9232 The Brew§ter Inn On Caze no via Lake Cazcnovta, New York (316)655-9232 straight sets by wider margins. At Central Square, the Rams saw a sweep of singles play again with Ah Holtzapple, Sari Levy and Davoli winning in straight sets while yielding a total of just 10 games between themselves. Gretchen Holtzap­ ple and Pond teamed for a 6-2, 6-3 win in first doubles to clinch the match for JD It was one of the best efforts ever by an East Syracuse-Minoa girls gymnastics team, but it still wasn't enough as— Fayetteville-Manlius edged the Spartans 121-119.2 in a Sep­ tember 25 meet at FM. 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FM led 33.3-32.65 after the vault and stretched it to 59.45- 57 6 after the bars as Chase's 8.5 and better depth gave FM a needed cushion. Goonan came up big again on the balance beam with an im­ pressive 9 0 and Welch's second, ahead of FM's Kristi Virgin, helped ESM make up some of the deficit. But more depth in floor exercises by coach Carol Draper's Hornets helped over­ come Goonan's 9.25, and the lead was secured \I was hoping we could pull it out, but we just couldn't quite do it,\ ESM coach Wayne Suddaby said. \We had a hard time on bars \Still the judges were impre­ ssed at the execution and the amount of hit routines.\ Suddaby pointed obviously to Goonan and Welch, along with Kim Reusswig as being keys for keeping ESM close. FM's Draper echoed Suddaby as well. \They've got two excel­ lent gymnasts. They're just wonderful to watch, Kathy and Kim \ Draper also heaved a sigh of relief after the meet. \That wfes too close fqr me They've really improved. But I waB pleased with our performances. Janie Chase did well in all-around, Jeni Rose is coming on strong on the beam, Kristi Virgin is a newcomer you should watch, Jennifer Spire's all-around score was up about three points from her best last year and seventh- grader Lauren Gammon did well on floor with a 7.75.\

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