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ORTS NEWS "; . ;-2 +  .++ .r + F+ step ahead A Quincy (ILL) hurdler plants a foot aP,r .ucce.fuUy clearing a hurdle and gains a step on an opponent whose jump isn&apos;t as clear. Both were participants in the annual Jerry Ball Relays at Hlgidal Sotarday. -, +. ii I i: t At ease softball Second College softball of America HAAC) Tourna- the Wildcats College's and finished lY are 12-13. first HAAC against Mid- at Central ayette, Mo., on game. the 16 bits in the Valley home run game to build each met in the 8-1. runs ia the first to place One of the and if we them Some We tied HAAC team ," said Favor hatting m her have to 2.47. her in out Some of the athletes were almmt at home beneath the Highland bleachers with pillows, coolers and a place oat o the heat. Some e[ the 14 schools represented even brought barbecue grills to fix their own meals. i THE TIME IS. .Bob Hogan (partially hidden, =ecoml from left) recoN= the times of u tracA event seen by timers from various schools represeuted st the Jerry Ball Relay Saturday at Highinn(L batters. Favor, who has a 223 earned run average, is 5-6 this season. She has walked only 17 batters while striking out 37 oL her 72 innings pitched. The Wildcats continue with a tough schedule this week when they host Northeast Missouri State University, wba defeated the Wildcats !ast week in Kirksville 9-1 and 3-0 on Wednesday. The Wildcats will play Quincy College and Illinois Wesleyan in a triangular in Quincy Thursday and their last home game Saturday against Millikin Uni- versity to complete their regular scheduled season and wait for the final word about district playoffs on Sunday. Robert's Repa.ir_+, Lawnmowers & Lawn Eqwpment ALL MAKES SIZES Pktup & Delivery Available LOW PRICES -- FREE ESTIMATES Phone 288-5545 Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, April 25, 1985, Page 1 c At Jerry Ball relays Many athletes participate in meet Sat. Scores of area high school students from a total of 14 Illinois and Missouri schools were at Highland Saturday to participate in the annual Jerry Ball Relays. The boy's teams placed in the respective overall positions: l-Quincy (III.), 119 points: 2-Kirksville, I01; 3-,Macon. 92; 4-Hamilton (I11.), 75%; 5 Liberty (HI L 37: 6Camp Point (Ill), 35; 7-Highland 34; 8-Clark Co, 26; 9-Marion Co., 17: 10die-WarSaw 111.), 12, Knox Co 12: 12-Scotland Co., 6; and 13-North Shelby, 4. The girl's final standings read: l-Macon. 1t8 points: 2-clark Co., 82; 3-Highland, 55: 4-Kirksville, 54; 5-Knox Co.. 52: 6-Camp Point (Ill.), 36; 7-Scot- land Co.. 27: 8-Marion Co., 18; 9-Liborty dll.L 16; 10-North Shelby, 14: ll-Hamilton (Ill., 10; 12-LaPlata, 3: and 13-Warsaw (Ill.), 0. For the first time in the history of the Jerry Ball Relays, a special event was named for Ball and the event was the boys 110 high hurdles. Winner of the event was R. Flot, Quincy, with a time of 14.9, with David Hopson, earning eight points for Highland, by coming in second with a time of 15.5. Hopimn's time qualifies him for all Clarence Cannon Conference. According to track meet director Thaddues Hamilton, Ball was there to present a plaque to the winner and three+inch medallions to the top three finishers. Individual winners of the other boys contests include 3200 meter relay, Kirksville, 8:419:100 meter dash, J. Hammel, Hamilton, 10.9; 800 meter relay, Hamilton, I:36.2:1600 meter run, D. Obert, Liberty, 4.45; 400 meter relay, Hamilton, 46.3; 400 meter run, E. Gray, Clark Co., 54.1; 300 meter low hurdles, F]ot, Quincy, 40.6; 800 meter run, C. Elam, Macon, 2:04.5; 200 meter dash, J. Printy, Hamilton, 23.5; 320O meter run, Zelmer, Quincy, I0:38.5; and 1600 meter relay, Macon, 3:30.7. Boys field event winners were: shot put, Fountain, Kirksville, 47'4"; discus, Noble, Kirksville, 159'2z"; high jump, Allensworth, Quincy, 6'4"; long jump, Swift, Camp Point, 21'5"; triple jump, Swift, Camp Point, 44"; and pole vault, Sites, II'. In addition to Hopson, other lighnd boys earmng points were the meter relay team, consisting of Boger Alderton, Myron Hopson, Richard Hinkle and David Hopson, i who took fifth place and two points with a time of 482; Roger Alderton, one point, sixth place in the 300 meter low hurdles with a time of 43.5; Leonard Grant, two points, fifth place finish in the shot put with 40'; Roger Alderton, eight points, second place high jump, 6'; David Hopson, four points, fourth place, high jump, 5,10"; Myron Hopson, four points, fourth place, long jump, 19'1"; Richard Hinide, one point, sixth place, triple jump, 36'9"; and John Houghton, fourth place, four points, pole vault, 9'6". Winners of the girls track events were: 3200 meter relay, Macon, 10:56.2; 100 meter dash, D. Ridgely, Clark Co., 13.1; I00 meter low hurdles, Boster, Camp Point, 16.3; 800 meter relay, Highland, Sonya Hunter, TUna Cramsey, Carol McKenzie and Kathy Keters, 1:55.1; 1600 meter run, S. Lapsley, Clark Co., 5:526; 400 meter relay, Clark Co., 549; 400 meter relay, T. Fetters, Macon, 1:043:300 meter low hurdles, L. Hoffmeister, Liberty, 52.9; 800 meter run, T. Fetters, Macon, 2:35.6; 200 meter dash, K. King, Macon, 28.5; 3200 meter run, S. Lapsley, Clark Co., 13:02.2; and 1600 meter relay, Macon, 4:32A, Winners of the girls field events were: shot put, Bali, Kirksville, 32'10"; discus, Miller, Kirksville, 104'5"; high jump, Edwards, Macon, 4'10"; long jump, Bastert, Camp Point, 15.6"; and triple jump, Bastert, Camp Point, 33'2". Other Highland point winners, in addition to the 800 meter relay team which earned 10 points, included: 100 meter low hurdles, Kathy Deters, second place, eight points, 16.4; 1,600 meter run, Nikki Phillips, third place, six points, 6:05.7 and Melissa Gaus, one point, sixth place, 6:29.2; 400 meter relay, second place, eight points, 55.0 includes Mekisha Abbey, Kathy Deters, TUna Cramsey and Sonya Hunter; 400 meter run, TUna Cramsey, 1:07.4, fifth place, two points; 800 meter run, Carol McKenzie, fifth place, two points, 2:50.4; 200 meter dash, Sonya Hunter, third place, six points, 29.0; 3200 meter run, Nikki Phillips, third place, six points, t3:50.6; 1600 meter relay, 4:38.3, eight eints, second place Carol McKenzie, =rosa taus, :onya Hunter and TUna Cramsey; shot put, Kerry Merrell, fifth place, two points, 31'4"; and high jump, Denise Feldkamp, fourth place, four points. 4'4" I lll I II I t GOING UP -- John HOl[hta, eomplete with fhlonabte eimllu clear, low bar ta a pr=tk, e far tk, pole vault event. Houghton took fourth pinee In the match. 0000.t00tmut00cz00 THE DISNEY CHANNEL. THE ABSE,f MINDED PR()F]E%)R DUMBO % .MARY POPPINS LCOME TO POOH CORNER MI(XEY MOUSI: CLUB Fmalk, there  a happx ahcmatx c t<telc ,)n the xtx , )u x e ahx :ix  kn, ,x I Th+: I )P.ncv Channel ,, the-, ,rdx n,,t',{ )rk zr+ ICit'x 1, ,n h]',l ran.. +. able , ,r  ,lht'n+ e +..nrtrcl\\; torllnll|i(?Ll |( I[llpl - U/ lilt" qilaht\\; *}[ %(alr famd' ', time t(cther and ()ld "Yei}cr Pit+,, n rt:.llRh ] )i,,n(, 1\\; ++ l:i',lt , ilk{." 7.( )rn, YOU AND ME, KID THe DISNEY CHANNEL |:;imll, (+ntt+rtalftmei'lt x'()t+ carl trll,,,t The I )i,,ney Channel also features inn{ .,ative, riginal prgramming. As well t4 nature series, ,x* )rid premiere m( ^'ies and dramatit series created in the grand tradition <)f Disnc3'. All his plus The Disney Channel Malazine, an 118.a.vcar 31uc yours free e'erv monm. ]'he Disnc3. Channel can bring your famib/ (ehing you exr, etl from the name Dis'y. 1 ar al, bring 3xm one thing m(e A little ch er together, Family enter, ainment you can trusL CANTON-LaGRANGE CABLEVISION AVAILABLE IN CANTON & LaGRANGE FOR MORE INFOIWtATION " CALL Canton 288-5531.- LaGran|e 1-800-3924181 :i i I I II I I I III I IIIII IH II _ ORTS NEWS "; . ;-2 +  .++ .r + F+ step ahead A Quincy (ILL) hurdler plants a foot aP,r .ucce.fuUy clearing a hurdle and gains a step on an opponent whose jump isn't as clear. Both were participants in the annual Jerry Ball Relays at Hlgidal Sotarday. -, +. ii I i: t At ease softball Second College softball of America HAAC) Tourna- the Wildcats College's and finished lY are 12-13. first HAAC against Mid- at Central ayette, Mo., on game. the 16 bits in the Valley home run game to build each met in the 8-1. runs ia the first to place One of the and if we them Some We tied HAAC team ," said Favor hatting m her have to 2.47. her in out Some of the athletes were almmt at home beneath the Highland bleachers with pillows, coolers and a place oat o the heat. Some e[ the 14 schools represented even brought barbecue grills to fix their own meals. i THE TIME IS. .Bob Hogan (partially hidden, =ecoml from left) recoN= the times of u tracA event seen by timers from various schools represeuted st the Jerry Ball Relay Saturday at Highinn(L batters. Favor, who has a 223 earned run average, is 5-6 this season. She has walked only 17 batters while striking out 37 oL her 72 innings pitched. The Wildcats continue with a tough schedule this week when they host Northeast Missouri State University, wba defeated the Wildcats !ast week in Kirksville 9-1 and 3-0 on Wednesday. The Wildcats will play Quincy College and Illinois Wesleyan in a triangular in Quincy Thursday and their last home game Saturday against Millikin Uni- versity to complete their regular scheduled season and wait for the final word about district playoffs on Sunday. Robert's Repa.ir_+, Lawnmowers & Lawn Eqwpment ALL MAKES SIZES Pktup & Delivery Available LOW PRICES -- FREE ESTIMATES Phone 288-5545 Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, April 25, 1985, Page 1 c At Jerry Ball relays Many athletes participate in meet Sat. Scores of area high school students from a total of 14 Illinois and Missouri schools were at Highland Saturday to participate in the annual Jerry Ball Relays. The boy's teams placed in the respective overall positions: l-Quincy (III.), 119 points: 2-Kirksville, I01; 3-,Macon. 92; 4-Hamilton (I11.), 75%; 5 Liberty (HI L 37: 6Camp Point (Ill), 35; 7-Highland 34; 8-Clark Co, 26; 9-Marion Co., 17: 10die-WarSaw 111.), 12, Knox Co 12: 12-Scotland Co., 6; and 13-North Shelby, 4. The girl's final standings read: l-Macon. 1t8 points: 2-clark Co., 82; 3-Highland, 55: 4-Kirksville, 54; 5-Knox Co.. 52: 6-Camp Point (Ill.), 36; 7-Scot- land Co.. 27: 8-Marion Co., 18; 9-Liborty dll.L 16; 10-North Shelby, 14: ll-Hamilton (Ill., 10; 12-LaPlata, 3: and 13-Warsaw (Ill.), 0. For the first time in the history of the Jerry Ball Relays, a special event was named for Ball and the event was the boys 110 high hurdles. Winner of the event was R. Flot, Quincy, with a time of 14.9, with David Hopson, earning eight points for Highland, by coming in second with a time of 15.5. Hopimn's time qualifies him for all Clarence Cannon Conference. According to track meet director Thaddues Hamilton, Ball was there to present a plaque to the winner and three+inch medallions to the top three finishers. Individual winners of the other boys contests include 3200 meter relay, Kirksville, 8:419:100 meter dash, J. Hammel, Hamilton, 10.9; 800 meter relay, Hamilton, I:36.2:1600 meter run, D. Obert, Liberty, 4.45; 400 meter relay, Hamilton, 46.3; 400 meter run, E. Gray, Clark Co., 54.1; 300 meter low hurdles, F]ot, Quincy, 40.6; 800 meter run, C. Elam, Macon, 2:04.5; 200 meter dash, J. Printy, Hamilton, 23.5; 320O meter run, Zelmer, Quincy, I0:38.5; and 1600 meter relay, Macon, 3:30.7. Boys field event winners were: shot put, Fountain, Kirksville, 47'4"; discus, Noble, Kirksville, 159'2z"; high jump, Allensworth, Quincy, 6'4"; long jump, Swift, Camp Point, 21'5"; triple jump, Swift, Camp Point, 44"; and pole vault, Sites, II'. In addition to Hopson, other lighnd boys earmng points were the meter relay team, consisting of Boger Alderton, Myron Hopson, Richard Hinkle and David Hopson, i who took fifth place and two points with a time of 482; Roger Alderton, one point, sixth place in the 300 meter low hurdles with a time of 43.5; Leonard Grant, two points, fifth place finish in the shot put with 40'; Roger Alderton, eight points, second place high jump, 6'; David Hopson, four points, fourth place, high jump, 5,10"; Myron Hopson, four points, fourth place, long jump, 19'1"; Richard Hinide, one point, sixth place, triple jump, 36'9"; and John Houghton, fourth place, four points, pole vault, 9'6". Winners of the girls track events were: 3200 meter relay, Macon, 10:56.2; 100 meter dash, D. Ridgely, Clark Co., 13.1; I00 meter low hurdles, Boster, Camp Point, 16.3; 800 meter relay, Highland, Sonya Hunter, TUna Cramsey, Carol McKenzie and Kathy Keters, 1:55.1; 1600 meter run, S. Lapsley, Clark Co., 5:526; 400 meter relay, Clark Co., 549; 400 meter relay, T. Fetters, Macon, 1:043:300 meter low hurdles, L. Hoffmeister, Liberty, 52.9; 800 meter run, T. Fetters, Macon, 2:35.6; 200 meter dash, K. King, Macon, 28.5; 3200 meter run, S. Lapsley, Clark Co., 13:02.2; and 1600 meter relay, Macon, 4:32A, Winners of the girls field events were: shot put, Bali, Kirksville, 32'10"; discus, Miller, Kirksville, 104'5"; high jump, Edwards, Macon, 4'10"; long jump, Bastert, Camp Point, 15.6"; and triple jump, Bastert, Camp Point, 33'2". Other Highland point winners, in addition to the 800 meter relay team which earned 10 points, included: 100 meter low hurdles, Kathy Deters, second place, eight points, 16.4; 1,600 meter run, Nikki Phillips, third place, six points, 6:05.7 and Melissa Gaus, one point, sixth place, 6:29.2; 400 meter relay, second place, eight points, 55.0 includes Mekisha Abbey, Kathy Deters, TUna Cramsey and Sonya Hunter; 400 meter run, TUna Cramsey, 1:07.4, fifth place, two points; 800 meter run, Carol McKenzie, fifth place, two points, 2:50.4; 200 meter dash, Sonya Hunter, third place, six points, 29.0; 3200 meter run, Nikki Phillips, third place, six points, t3:50.6; 1600 meter relay, 4:38.3, eight eints, second place Carol McKenzie, =rosa taus, :onya Hunter and TUna Cramsey; shot put, Kerry Merrell, fifth place, two points, 31'4"; and high jump, Denise Feldkamp, fourth place, four points. 4'4" I lll I II I t GOING UP -- John HOl[hta, eomplete with fhlonabte eimllu clear, low bar ta a pr=tk, e far tk, pole vault event. Houghton took fourth pinee In the match. 0000.t00tmut00cz00 THE DISNEY CHANNEL. THE ABSE,f MINDED PR()F]E%)R DUMBO % .MARY POPPINS LCOME TO POOH CORNER MI(XEY MOUSI: CLUB Fmalk, there  a happx ahcmatx c t<telc ,)n the xtx , )u x e ahx :ix  kn, ,x I Th+: I )P.ncv Channel ,, the-, ,rdx n,,t',{ )rk zr+ ICit'x 1, ,n h]',l ran.. +. able , ,r  ,lht'n+ e +..nrtrcl\\; torllnll|i(?Ll |( I[llpl - U/ lilt" qilaht\\; *}[ %(alr famd' ', time t(cther and ()ld "Yei}cr Pit+,, n rt:.llRh ] )i,,n(, 1\\; ++ l:i',lt , ilk{." 7.( )rn, YOU AND ME, KID THe DISNEY CHANNEL |:;imll, (+ntt+rtalftmei'lt x'()t+ carl trll,,,t The I )i,,ney Channel also features inn{ .,ative, riginal prgramming. As well t4 nature series, ,x* )rid premiere m( ^'ies and dramatit series created in the grand tradition <)f Disnc3'. All his plus The Disney Channel Malazine, an 118.a.vcar 31uc yours free e'erv monm. ]'he Disnc3. Channel can bring your famib/ (ehing you exr, etl from the name Dis'y. 1 ar al, bring 3xm one thing m(e A little ch er together, Family enter, ainment you can trusL CANTON-LaGRANGE CABLEVISION AVAILABLE IN CANTON & LaGRANGE FOR MORE INFOIWtATION " CALL Canton 288-5531.- LaGran|e 1-800-3924181 :i i I I II I I I III I IIIII IH II _