Page 26 * THE STARS AND STRIPES Tuesday, October 18, 1977 Carter, Johnson win by 1 second; Hurrying harriers Karlsruhe's Schwarz sets record Zweibrucken's Charlene Carter and Kai- Paul Haupt, Ken Floyd and Allan Atkinson portation. with 41 points. serslautern's Paricia Johnson both won chased him home as the bucs score 23 Perez and teammates Phim Giannakis Zaragoza's Greg Young and Torrejon's their races by one second Saturday to high- points for an easy win. and Mark Hopson all finished ina deadheat Connie Willigrod won the boys and girls light the action in prep cross-country com- In the girls action, it was Hanau's sensa- to pace Frankfurt to a triangular win over title, respectively, in the Spain DOD- petition. tion! freshman, Darcie Messner, turning in Wiesbaden and Bad Kreuznach at Wiesba- DSEUR championships at Zaragoza. Carter and Karlsruhe's Gretchen Akker- another very fin effort. She was clocked in den. They were timed in 23:39, 39 seconds Young beat out Torrejon's John Olson and huis waged a heated battle over the entire 12:48 as she beat out teammate Cathy Hall ahead of Wiesbaden's Kevin Keene. Frank- Mike Lyons by 60 yards in setting a record two-mile course at Karlsruhe with Akker- and Hahn's Jill Sternberg and Hanau won furt's Bridget Gauer walked away with the over the new Zaragoza course with a 20:47 huis leading all the way and Carter a step the meet with 24 points. girls race, beating Wiesbaden's Pat Morin clocking over the hilly Zaragoza course. behind. Carter nipped AUterhuis at the Stuttgart coach Tom Mineo also split his by 15 seconds with a 15:22 clocking. Torrejon took the team championship with tape in finishing in 11:58 and Zweibrilcken team into two squads — like Kaiserslau- Bonn's Monique Lauffenburger and Pat 23 points, Rota had 53 and Zaragoza had 60. won the dual meet, 23-34. tern the Red and the White — and both the Lane finished 1-2 in a triangular meet at Willigrod paced a contingent of four In the boys competition, Karlsruhe's girls and boys coasted to easy wins at Ans- ISB, but the host Raiders got 34-5 finishes teammates in the first five finishers as the Chuck Schwarz set a record over the four- bach. Brandt Groh broke the course record from Shona MacLachlan, Norene Murphy Torrejon girls took th title with 20 points. mile layout that will be will be the site of of 25:05 with a sensational 23:20 clocking in and Midori Kohara and had five in the top Rota had 36. Willigrod was clocked in 11:54 the Germany championships Oct. 29. He the boys action and Lorette Wiley hit the 10 to win team honors with 30 points. Lauf- over the 1.9-mile course. toured the 4-mile layout in 21:06. cutting- finish line in 14:29 to top the girls. Mann- fenburger turned the 2-mile course in Chuck Bartlett, a senior transfer in from four seconds off the record set by Frank- heim also was supposed to compete, but 13:24. St. John's Joe Krebes paced the boys Vermont, led a 1-2-3-4-5 London sweep in a furt's Ricky Perez only last weekend. couldn't make it because of a lack of trans- with a 22:46 time, but ISB won the meet U.K. quadrangular with a record-setting Zweibrilcken took team laurels, 25-36. 22:43 time. Bob Brannon was five seconds Johnson started in the middle of the behind Bartlett and Sean Kelly, Danny pack as Heidelberg's entire team broke quickly to the front. She worked her way up and took the lead at the three-quarter Augsburg, Hanau win Dominguez and Kevin Foster followed the duo. Upper Heyford's Brian Desmond broke the London monotony. mark and the rest the race was a nip and Celia Dominguez and Woodbridge's tuck battle between Johnson and Heidel- berg's Debi Dassonville. Johnson was timed in 11:46 over the new course at Sem- bach Junior high school. Heidelberg won in preparation for their Sharon Seligman waged a torrid battle in the girls competition with Dominguez win- ning by a stride. Alison Wild, Beth Cox and Wendy Beaudin finished 3-4-6 as London the meet with 20 points as Jeanette LeDuc, won with 21 points. Woodbridge's Mandy Kathi Dassonvile, Susan Wharton, Gret- chen Luken and Claudia Meyer finishing before the next opponent. volleyball showdown Bowden broke into the string with a fifth- place showing. Augsburg and Hanau warmed up for wound up 3-1 in the tourney while Rota Down in Livorno, Aviano's Jerome Heidelberg's Randy Perkins continued Hunter and Livorno's Linda Branch won his sensational running in the boys compe- their big showdown at Munich by each Blue, Torrejon Red and Torrejon White the bys and girls race, respectively. tition, beating Kaiserslautern White's Bob sweeping two more matches Saturday, the were all 1-3. Hunter beat out Linda's brother Steve with Engel by 30 seconds. Perkins was timed in host Apaches downing Munich and Wiirz- The champions defeated Zaragoza 15-11, a 19:42 clocking. Linda defeated Vicenza's 23.36, another record for him this year. burg and the Panthers besting Baumhold- 15-11 in the showdown match of the round- Patty Hagans with a 13:05 time. Aviano Heidelberg also won the boys competition er and the Hi-Hawks at Hahn to highlight robin tourney. Other Rota White victories won the men's competition with 26 points with 36 points. K-Town coach Wayne Sabin weekend volleyball action. were 15-5, 15-4 over Rota Blue, 15-9, 15-11 and Vicenza took the girls laurels with 28. split his squad into two teams for the Augsburg, which has lost only to Hanau over Torrejon White. second straight week and the White team in Class B competition, defeated WUrzburg was second with 49 points. 15-10, 15-10, and Munich 15-4, 15-8 for their Up at Hanau, Matt Bradach paced a 1-2- 3-4 Baumholder finish as the Bucs whipped Hanau and Hahn in a triangular meet. Bra- weekend sweep. The Apaches were again led by senior Elaine Brown whose spiking and setups Cross-country summaries dach was timed in 24:58 and teammates keyed the attack. Also a contributing Ansbach triangular GIRLS RESULTS t. Bridget Gauer (F); 2. Pat Morln (W); 3. Kristan factor were the strong spikes of Robin BOYS RESULTS Dirges (F); 4. Claudia Kadrle (BK); 5. Renee Jelinek Geice and setting and serving by Carol 1.Brandt Groh (SW);2. Jeff Minee(SR); 3. Paul McCar- (W); 6. Lena Stevens (W); 7. Karln Grantham (F); 8. Suzy Roehr breaks Ravey. Wurzburg broke even by in the triangu- thy (SR>; 4. Mark McCarvthy (SW); 5. Andy Hale (SR); t. John Lamkin (SW); 7. John Beck (SR); S. Mark Russell (SW) 9. Mickey Webb (A); 10. Mike Lund (SW), 23:20. New Laizik (W); 9. Sondra Stephens (BK); 10. Suzette Jelinek (W), 15:22. Team scoring—Wiesbaden 31, Frankfurt 35, Bad Kreuz- record, old record 25:05 by Charles Braechel, Ansbach, nach incomplete team. lar by defeating Baumholder 15-13,15-9. 3 USAREUR At Hahn, the serving of Connie Adair and Stephanie Parks and serving and 1977. Team scoring—Stuttgart Red 29, Stuttgart White 29, Ansbach 66, Mannheim forfeit, no transportation. Kaiserslautern quadrangular BOYS RESULTS GIRLS RESULTS 1. Randy Perkins (H); 2. Bob Engel (KW); 3. Alan Jan- spikes of Karen Blake sparked Hanau to its kunas (B); 4. Mark Burdan (KR); 5. David Glogowski weight marks 15-5, 15-3 sweep of Baumholder and a 15-11, 15-6 victory over the host team, despite a 1. Lorette Wiley (SR); 2. Macgill Dugan (SW); 3. Holly Groh (SW); 4. Carlotta Rodriguez (SR); 5. Debra Bank- head (SW); 6. Jean McCarthy (SR); 7. Karen Kesler (KR); 6. Arnie Sowed (H); 7. Tim Davis (KW); 8. Bill Adams (H); 9. Brian Gal lard (H); 10. Floyd Johnson (K R>, 23:36. New record, first meet on course. (SW); 8. Oebera Ensign (SR); 9. Mary Watson (SR); 10. Team scerlng—Heidelberg 36, Kaiserslautern White 49, KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany — John number of fine saves by Michelle Jackson. Betsy Magdall (SW), 14:29. Team scoring—Stuttgart White 27, Stuttgart Red 28, Kaiserslautern Red 53, Bitburg 86. Roehr set three USAREUR records, Remy With the two victories, Hanau upped its Ansbach Incomplte team, Mannheim forfeit. GIRLS RESULTS Jonasaint of Pirmasens carted off four in- season record to 10-2, the only two defeats Hahn triangular 1. Paricia Johnson (K); 2. Debi Dassonville (H); 3. Jea- nette LeDuc (H); 4. Kathi Dassonville (H); 5. Susan Whar- dividual trophies and women lifters made coming at the hands of Zweibrlicken and BOYS RESULTS ton (H); 6. Gretchen Luken (H); 7. Claudia Meyer (H); 8. their debut here Saturday in the Kaiser- Heidelberg. 1. Matt Brdach (B); 2. Paul Haupt (B); 3. Ken Floyd (B); Connie Gumulaskis (K); 9. Cindy Perkins (H); 10. Lynda Sabln (K), 11:46. New record, first meet on course. slautern Community power-lifting meet. Hahn defeated Baumholder in three 4. Allan Atkinson (B); 5. Dennis Williams (Hanau); 6. Rodney Rhem (Hanau); 7. David Anciso (Hanau).; 8. Team scoring—Heidelberg 20, Kaiserslautern 42, Bit- Kaiserslautern's Roehr established re- sets, 7-15, 15-5, 15-5, behind the strong serv- Stewart Ingram (Hanau); 9. Greg Johnson (Hahn); 10. burg incomplete team. cords of 415 pounds in bench press, 500 in ing of Kathy Jackson and Terri Mackey. David Stamps (Hanau), 24:58. Team scoring—Baumholder 23, Hanau 36, Hahn 68. Spain regionals dead lift and 1267 '2 total pounds in the On the class A front, Kaiserslautern con- GIRLS RESULTS BOYS RESULTS ». Greg Young (Z); 2. John OJson (T); 3. Mike Lyons super-heavyweight class (over 242 tinued to impress with triumphs over Hei- 1. Darcey Messner (Hanau); 2. Cathy Hall (Hanau); 3. Jill Sternberg (Hahn); 4. Vera Wilcox (B); S. Mary Bra- (T); 4. teve Willigrod (T); 5. Ed Purdy (R); 6. Joel San- pounds). delberg and Bitburg. The Red Raiders dach (B); 6. Lynn Clough Hanau); 7. Susan Parks chez (T); 7. Steve Mallett (R); 8. Rafael Munoz (T); 9. Gary Constantine (T); 10. Mike Egger (T); 11. Carson Jonasaint won trophies for the best lifter were taken to three sets before overcom- (Hanau); 8. Anita Hoopner (Hanau); 9. Robin Renfrew (Hahn); 10. Sandy Heibich (Hahn), 12:48. Turner (R); 12. Paul Dejar (T); 13. Mike Stinnett (Z); 14. in class, best squat lift, best dead lift and ing the Barons 15-9, 9-15,15-11, after taking Team scoring—Hanau 24, Baumholder 45, Hahn 63. Andy Crews (R); 15. Frank Curry (T), 20:47. New record, best overall lifter. In addition, he tied a the Lions in straight sets, 15-8,15-3. Zweibrilcken vs. Karlsruhe first meet on course. Team scoring—Torrejon 23, Rota 53, Zaragoza 60. USAREUR mark with 475 pounds in dead Standouts for the Raiders, 8-2 with BOYS RESULTS GIRLS RESULTS lift. But it was his fourth attempt and losses only to Munich and Zweibriicken, 1. Chuck Schwarz (K); 2. Mike Borchers (K>; 3. Jim 1. Connie Willigrod (T); 2. Toya Albert (T); 3. Betty Steelsmith (R); 4. Shawn Gallivan (T); 5. Linda Milligan Knight (Z); 4. John Knight (Z): 5. Chris Hooper (Z); 6. Pat didn't count in his lightweight-winning were Linda McDuffy with strong spiking, Sheridan (Z); 7. Ed Ramos (Z); 8. Paul Mohr (Z); 10. John (T); 6. Jo LaPlante (R); 7. Karen Parrish (R); 8. Ruth total of 1032V2. Jan Flood, net play, Julie Sorenson, setting Clarke (K), 21:06. New course record, old record 21:10 by Gamse (T); 9. Teresa Koczorowskl (R); 10. Karen White (T); 11. Donna West (R); 12. Tracy Powers (R); 13. Ste- Rich Stevenson of Ramstein, a light- and Mary Leavit, serving. Ricky Perez, Frankfurt, 1977. Team scoring— Zweibrucken 25, Karlsruhe 36. phanie Jonas (Z); 14. Cindy Mann (R); 15. Crystal Strong heavyweight, took the trophy for best Heidelberg (9-4), sparked by Missy GIRLS RESULTS (Z), 11:54, New record, first meet on course. bench press. Convoy, Ramona Taylor and Linda John- 1. Charlene Carter (Z); 2. Gretchen Akkerhuls (K); 3. Amanda Clarke (K); 4. Denlse Home (Z); 5. Brigitte Par- Livorno triangular Five lifters entered the first women's son, bested Bitburg, 15-5,15-8. Top players aham (Z): 6. Dyan Mohr (Z); 7. Wendy Whittenberger BOYS RESULTS competition here, with lightwight Cristi for Bitburg were Christy Wilkendorf, (Z); 8. Pam wllkenson (K); 9. Paula Schwarz (K); 10. Tish Schock(Z), 11:58. 1. Jerome Hunter (A); 2. Steve Branch (L); 3. Ertc Butler (V); 4. David Regula (A); 5. Ted Gangsei (L); 6. HawKs of Ramstein named best lifter, and Sylvia Owens and Cindy Patrick. Team scoring— Zweibrucken 23, Karlsruhe 34. Tom Schott (A); 7. Adrein Leavitt (A); 8. Cliff McNeely Roehr's wife, Kathy of Landstuhl, taking Host Wiesbaden also swept two, defeat- ISB triangular (A) ;9.Dave Clark (A); 10. Kirk Ames (A), 19:42. Team scoring—Aviano 26, Livorno 59, Vicenza 63. the heavyweight class. ing Frankfurt 15-9, 15-6 and Bad Kreuz- BOYS RESULTS GIRLS RESULTS Kaiserslautern won the team champion- nach 15-1, 15-2. Frankfurt broke even with I.Joe Krebes (SJ); 2. Scott Johnson (Brem); 3. Mike Moffitt (ISB); 4. Audi Gon (Bonn); 5. Preston Nyiren- 1. Linda Branch (L); 2. Patty Hagans (V); 3. Vicki Szabo (L); 4. Celeste Coffineau (V); 5. Cathy Hadly (V); 6. ship over Pirmasens. There were 25 men a 15-0,15-13 triumph over Bad K. da(bonn);6. Robert Boyd(IB); 7. Craig Gleason (ISB); 8. Chacha Miller (V); 7. Dawn Neptune (A); 8. Luren Tre- entered in the meet. Stuttgart and Mannheim visited Ans- Steve Mozel (Brem); 9. Mike Van cott (SJ); 10. James costa (L); 9. Cindy Hill (A); 10. LisaMunsey (A), 13:05. Team scoring—Vicenza 28, Aviano 54, Livorno incom- The winners, with pounds for squat, bach and defeated the Trojans but did not Jones (Bonn), 22:46. Team scoring—ISB 41, Bonn 50, St. John's 55, Bremer- plete team. bench press, dead lift and overall total, re- play each other. The Stallions triumphed haven Incomplete team. U.K. quadrangular spectively: 15-4,15-3 while the Bison took three sets for GIRLS RESULTS 1. Monique Lauffenberger (Bonn); 2. Pat Lane (Bonn); BOYS RESULTS MEN'S RESULTS a 15-3, 7-15,15-10 victory. 3. Shona MacLachlan (ISB); 4. Norene Murphy (ISB); 5. 1. Chuk Bartlett (L); 2. Bob Brannon (L); 3. Sean Kelly (L); 4. Danny Dominguez (L); 5. Kevin Foster (L); 6. • Lightweight — Jonasaint, 335,240,457V7, I032'/j. In other B competition, ZweibrUcken's Midori Kohara (ISB); 6. rita Guiliano (SJ); 7. Peggy Mul- ligan (SJ); 8. Michele deKlaver (ISB); 9. Christine Per- Brian Desmond (UH); 7. Mark Ellington (L); 8. Antonio Middleweight — Kent Crow, Pirmasens, 315, 200, 530, Trojans edged the Knights at Karlsruhe in kins (Brem); 10. Dorothy Thompson (ISB), 13:24. Montanana (UH); 9. Tim Vanoy (Lake); 10. Jeff Carter 1041 Light-hea vyweight — Stevenson, 315, 325, 475,1105. three sets, 15-8,10-15,15-3. Team scoring—ISB 30, Bonn 42, St. John's 67, Bremer- (Lake), 22:43. New course record, old record 22:46 by Bob Brannon, London, 1977. haven 82. Mtddi«-hiiavyweight — Randy Buckley, Pirmasens, 400,- Heidelberg's JVs (13-0) kept their un- Tarn scoring—London IS, Upper Heyford 50, Lakenheath 340,500,1240. beaten record intact by beating Kaisers- Wiesbaden triangular 65,Woodbridge98. Heavywtlght — At Rachels, Pirmasens, 320, 225, 480, BOYSRESULTS GIRLS RESULTS 1025. lautern in three sets and Bitburg. 1. (tie) Seraphin Giannakis (F), Mark Hopson (F) and 1. Celia Dominguez (L); 2. Sharon Seigman (W); 3. Light super-heavyweight — Bob Long, Kaiseslautern, Alison Wild (L); 4. Beth Cox (L); 5. Mandy Bowden (W); 430,335,515,1280. In the Spain regionals, Rota White swept Ricky Perez (F); 4. Kevin Keen* (W); S. George Elliott (W); 6. John McGuire (F); 7. Mike Alvarez (W); 8. Harold 6. Wendy Beaudin (L); 7. Karen Corley (L); 8. Audrey Super-heavyweight — Roehr, 345,415,487'/j, i267'/i. four straight matches to win the champion- Abbenhaus (F); 9. Jim Heward (F); 10. DaQ-Roark (BK), Croston (W); 9. Martha Parker (L); 10. Megan Threkeld WOMEN'S RESULTS 23:39. (U, 14:«. Lightweight - Hawk, 125, 85, 211,42». ship behind all-tournament players Katri- Team scoring—Frankfurt 20, Wiesbaden 42, Bad Kreuz- Team sctrlnf— London 21, Weadbrldfe 38, Upper Hey- Heavyweight— Roehr, 135, w, 205,43T na Clemenger and Dawn Roe. Zaragoza nach 66. f»rd, Lakenheath incomplete teams.