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					                                                         Sports                                                                                                                                     WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2004   MOORESVILLE TRIBUNE    3B

                                                         SIAA SIGN-UPS

SIAA softball, baseball registration hits fever pitch
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   Forget      first  pitches.     provided girls and boys            tion will also be continued.         7-8 will meet at 11 a.m., while                                                          5PM - 9PM

Registration for girls and         throughout the community a            Saturday’s Skills Day gath-       those ages 9-10 will gather at
boys youth softball and base-      chance to be a part of a team.     ering will cater only to girls       12:30 p.m. Those ages 11-12
                                                                                                                                                                                   PRICE was $8.99
ball programs being con-
ducted by the South Iredell
Athletic Association is near-
                                   The all-volunteer, non-profit
                                   organization continues its
                                   mission with the conducting
                                                                      interested in participating in
                                                                      the T-Ball and softball pro-
                                                                      grams. Ages 7-8 will meet at
                                                                                                           will meet at 2 p.m. Rain date
                                                                                                           is March 7.
                                                                                                              For more details contact:                                           BUFFET $4.50    NOW
ing its fever pitch.               of the youth diamond pro-          11 a.m., while ages 9-10 will        Markos Keller for softball, at                               Through Month of February
   With sign-ups well under-       grams.                             meet at noon. Players age 11-        704-363-9004; Wes Carney                                      MUST HAVE COUPON - LIMIT 2 PER COUPON
way, the SIAA will continue to         Registration is being          12 will gather at 1 p.m., while      for T-Ball at 704-661-2656,                                                              Expires 2/29/04
accept them through this           accepted through Saturday          ages 13-15 will convene              David Steen for 7-8 baseball,
weekend, with the T-Ball,          at Brawley Middle School.          beginning at 2 p.m. Rain date        at 704-660-1684, Greg Guin                                            KARAOKE ON FRIDAYS!
softball and baseball regis-       This weekend’s sign-ups will       for the opportunity will be          for 9-10 baseball at 704-799-                               704-663-7089                    Hwy. 150 - Exit 36 off I-77 East
tration season culminating         be taken from 9 a.m. until         Sunday.                              9314, or Mike Cameron for
with two weekends worth of         noon.                                 Prospective boys players          11-12 baseball at 704-458-
Skills Day sessions that take          Also, this weekend, the        in T-Ball and baseball will          1021. Steve Knight can pro-
place beginning Saturday.          first of two Skills Days will be   have their Skills Day March 6.       vide team sponsorship infor-
   Since 1009, the SIAA has        held, during which registra-       That Saturday, players ages          mation, at 704-664-5725.

ELLIS: Passes 2,000 points, helps Vikes secure CCC’s third seed
                                   the same day of the CCC’s          the second.                          high tally of 22 points netted
        Continued from 1B          tournament finals and on                                                by guard Jamar Martin to
                                                                         With the win, South cap-
postseason        tournament.      the same Central Davidson          tured the rubber game of the         bank the play-in win. Jeremy
Each team won opening              High School court where            season-long series with the          Ellis, no relation to his team-
games and then were both           that event took place.             Wildcats, who as a result            mate, scratched for 10 points
eliminated following sec-          The Vikings advanced out of        wound up being saddled               and captained the boards
ond-round losses. That             the tournament’s first round       with the league’s fourth and         with nine caroms claimed.
forced a winner-take-all duel      with an at-home win over           lowest seed for playoff pur-         Chad Barnes, the only other
between the two, held at a         East Davidson before bow-          poses.                               Vikings player to reach the
neutral site, to make the final    ing out of the event following        With out outburst, Ellis          scoring column, dished out
determination.                     a loss to top-seed Lexington.      wound up closing out his             seven assists to go along with
   With the win, the Vikings       West Stokes mirrored the           final week of CCC play with          his four points.
merit the circuit’s number-        Vikings’ tourney perform-          scoring totals of 48, 36 and            South Iredell headed into
three seed for postseason
play and venture into this
                                   ance, also winning in the
                                   first round and losing in the
                                                                      34 points, respectively, in
                                                                      games held over a three-day
                                                                                                           this week slated to open
                                                                                                           state postseason play at West                                                  Extra! Extra!
week tabled to make their          second. With each team             span. The latter showing             Stanly, with that survivor                                              Let ‘em read all about
debut in that single-elimina-      matching the other in tour-        shot his career total to the         meeting host Burlington
tion affair within the same        nament advancement, and            2,017 mark as he heads into          Cummings in the sectional                                      your yard sale in the Tribune classifieds!’
2A Sectional II bracket that       after splitting the regular-       this week’s state playoffs. It       semifinals.                                                               Call 704-664-5554.
Burlington Cummings, a             season series, a one-game          serves to make him one of
three-time state champion          meeting between the two            the top 30 scorers in state
                                   was required to finalize their

                                                                                                               NECK PAIN • BACK PAIN
within the classification                                             history, but he still ranks sec-
since the 1999 season. South       respective state playoff posi-     ond among Iredell County’s
Iredell opens the final phase      tions.                             boys players, behind West
of the prep hardwood season           South Iredell pulled clear      Iredell     product       Shon
against host West Stanly, the
number-three seeded entry
from its Rocky River
                                   of a three-point, 30-27 lead
                                   through the opening two
                                   periods by putting together
                                                                      Coleman’s 2,366 career
                                                                         He becomes just the third
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                                   matching, 20-point efforts in      basketball player in all of
   That winner advances to         the third and fourth quar-         South Iredell basketball his-
face host Burlington, 22-2         ters, respectively, to push out    tory to break the 2,000-point
entering this week, in the         to the final and fitting 20-       barrier, joining former Lady                                With this coupon. (Usual charge $220) Expires in 30 days
second round of the section-       point winning margin. The          Vikings Ann Ellis and Sherry                     IF YOU DECIDE TO PURCHASE ADDITIONAL TREATMENT, YOU HAVE THE LEGAL RIGHT TO CHANGE YOUR MIND WITHIN 3 DAYS AND RECEIVE A REFUND.

als slated to take place           Vikes wound up winning             Cash in that regard. Also as
tomorrow night.
   Already       assured
advancing into the playoffs
                                   three of the game’s four
                                   quarter scoring battles,
                                   using edges of eight, 13 and
                                                                      part of that elite company,
                                                                      Michael Ellis becomes the
                                                                      first Vikings player to have
                                                                                                               CAN CHIROPRACTIC HELP ME?
for a second straight year as      four points managed in the         his jersey number retired.                             We believe that answer can be found in a complete chiropractic
a member of the state’s 2A         first, third and fourth frames,       With Ellis, who also                                       consultation and examination, including x-rays.
class,      South       Iredell    respectively, to easily offset a   claimed 12 rebounds, lead-
                                   six-point deficit that took                                                                          Common Symptoms: • Back Pain • Hip Pain • Headaches
enhanced that status follow-                                          ing the charge, South Iredell                                  • Arthritis • Numbness • Bursitis • Neck Pain • Pain in Joints
ing its win in a game held on      place during the course of         also cashed in on a career-                                      • Arm & Leg Pain • Shoulder Pain • Stiffness • Whiplash

                                                                                                                                                          YOUR INITIAL VISIT WILL INCLUDE:
CRISP: Top-four finish for NPC champion                                                                                                              • A private consultation with the doctor
                                                                                                                                                     • X-Rays if considered necessary
                                                                                                                                                     • A thorough examination including orthopedic and neurological tests
       Continued from 1B           Aycock. That earned the            after being handed a loss by
                                                                                                                                                     • A confidential report of our findings
                                   Devils entry the right to          decision at the hands of St.
   University campus last          move on into the champi-                                                                                          • An explanation of our treatment procedure if we determine
                                                                      Stephens’ Justin Isaacs.
weekend. That victor, East         onship quarterfinals round,                                                                                         chiropractic can help you
                                                                         Of Lake Norman’s two
Gaston’s Jared Griggs, went        where he worked his way to                                                            Dr. Mandy Blase
                                                                                                                                                     • A referral to the proper specialist if we determine
                                                                      entries, Midwest Sectional
on to claim the lightest           yet another major decision,                                                             Chiropractor                chiropractic cannot help you
                                                                      champion Bubenzer fared
weight class’ state title and      by a 10-1 score, over Trinity’s

                                                                      the best. He began his trek in
join three other first-place
finishing teammates in that
regard while also opening
                                   Lamar Jones. That was worth
                                   a berth in the championship
                                                                      the finals with a win by tech-
                                                                      nical fall over West Craven’s
                                   semifinals round.                                                                                                                                                         2785 Hwy. 21 • Suite 23
what is sure to be a lengthy                                          Rusty Nobles, and he then                                                                                                               Mooresville, NC 28117

                                      It was there where Crisp        backed that by being dealt a
line of battles between him-       ran up against East Gaston’s                                                                                                                           (Next to Spoon’s Restaurant in Marathea Plaza)
self and the division’s even-                                         loss by overtime decision, 6-
                                   Griggs. The two grappled to a      4 in the championship
tual fourth-place finisher.        decision, with the latter
   Crisp, undefeated during                                           round’s quarterfinals by
                                   using a 10-2 win to move on
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the     course     of     North                                       Burns’ Nathan Davis. The
                                   into the finals. Crisp side-
Piedmont           Conference      stepped into the consolation       NPC’s 140-pound champion
wrestling who went on to           round semifinals, where he         navigated through the sec-
claim that circuit’s top tour-
nament prize and earn his
                                   scored a win by pin over
                                   North       Gaston’s      Jason
                                                                      ond-round of the consola-
                                                                      tions courtesy of a win by                                                      NO CLOSING COST
first-ever appearance in the       Isenhour to earn a berth in        decision, 7-2, over Southern                                                                  ($10,000 MINIMUM)
state meet with a runner-up        that field’s finals.               Wayne’s Mastafa Springston
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month’s        3A     Midwest      a top-four finish by reaching      duty terminated after a loss
Sectional meet, posted a                                              by decision in the consola-
final, 3-2 record to show for
his finals debut. The per-
                                   the third-place matches,
                                   Crisp settled for just such a
                                   final spot after being dealt a
                                                                      tion’s third round by
                                                                      Southwest Randolph’s Paul
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formance was worth a
fourth-place finish for the
first-year varsity level grap-
                                   third-period loss by pin by
                                   Southwest Randolph’s Justin
                                                                      Gabby. Bubenzer wound up
                                                                      at 2-2 for the state finals.                              ACCOUNT
                                   Miller to close out his busy          Lake Norman’s Cloninger,
pler, also making him the
event’s lone area representa-
                                   finals stay.                       at 103 pounds, started fast
                                                                      and used that strong begin-
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   In addition to Crisp, he        state finals to bring his          lasted both days as well. He
was joined in the finals field     wrestling career with the          embarked on his first finals

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by fellow Mooresville team-        Blue Devils to a close.            by chalking up a win by
mate Jonathan Oliphant, a          Earning the right to appear        major decision, 14-4, over
senior making his first show-      in the state meet following a      White Oak’s Aaron Johnston
ing in the finals as a 215-        fourth-place showing in the        and followed that up with a
pound competitor.                  regionals, Oliphant logged in      win by pin over Durham
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                                                                      championship semifinals.
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                                   loss by pin to Kings               his first finals loss, it by a 7-3
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                                                                      decision to Ragsdale’s T.J.

Cloninger, a fourth-place          and followed that up in the
sectional finisher within his                                         Duvall, and he then ended
                                   first-round of consolation
103-pound division.                                                   his weekend after dropping a
                                   wrestling by fending off
                                                                      7-5 decision to Southwest
   Of them all, Crisp crafted      elimination with a win by
the best finals performance.       pin over Nash Central’s            Randolph’s Justin Miller in
                                                                      the semifinals of the conso-

A          second-generation       Gilbert Moore. Oliphant
                                                                      lation round.
wrestler        within       the   then escaped the second                                                                                                     Visit Your Nearest Office
Mooresville program, Crisp         round of consolations with a          Appearances in the state
opened in the state meet
with a win by major deci-
                                   win by decision over
                                   Concord’s Ben Robinson
                                                                      3A finals served to bring the
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sion, by a 13-4 count, over        before ending his stay in the      season to a close for all area                    Mooresville, NC                               Huntersville, NC                              Cornelius, NC
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