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lie December 28, 1983 Sports overpowering , Army agrees * Leatherman with Oril turns writer . ,83 success builds hopes 83 was a banner year in Marysville ~,i ~'~ ~i ;~ ~%~ ~ : ~ FI :!~i :ii ~ DARREN LIAN (CENTER) PACES TOMAHAWKS INTO STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS for rOSS University tackle Tim 1979 Marysville- has been ham- All-American 225-pound leader was selected to the DeGross was an All-Ameriean year. ~ Year, he was named and 1 All-Star teams for year. is the fourth CWU to earn either first ~team recognition the Tim Kofstad pick in 1981 and and Mike Grant honors last year. players earned -- Southern ink back Jeff Sound defen- only Northwest team. Swimming, baseball, wrestling, cross-country top the year That wasn't exactly the way Troy Summers wanted to bid farewell to the old year and ring in the new. But the hopes of the Firefighters' head coach are high despite the fact son Brat Summers' last scheduled pro fight of the year Was cancelled. "We were so disappointed," said Summers following his return from Detroit where his son was to have fought against Roderick Thompson of Philadelphia Wednesday night. "But, 1984 is the year. Pro things are hard to hold together, but the plan is to have Brat in the Top 10 this time next year. "And, we hope to have a couple on the Olympic team." WhUe Summers was raising his pro- fessionai record to a sparkling 13-0 -- 10 of the wins by knockouts -- Joey Bellnc and Robert Shannon were welcoming fellow Firefighter Tim Curley into the "Operation Gold" pro- gram that is gearing up for the '84 Summer Olympics at Los Angeles. "We have three good chances, there," coach Summers said, Brat Summers was lacing on his last shoe in Detroit last Wednesday night when "the commissioner came in aad said Bret's fight has been cancelled," recalled Troy Summers. "He was supposed to be coming in from Philadelphia, but there was a bad snowstorm and he didn't get there. We were so disappointed. It's happened before." The Wednesday night bout was to be a final tuneup before Brat began going UP against fighters in the Top 10 -- but coach Summers is optimistic for the new year. Bret is scheduled to meet Arturo Frias, a former lightweight champion, .January 27 in either Lag Vegas or the !;~tahamas.. .... Frias is to be that first fighter ranked in the Top 10. The bout is to be a part of a card featuring Thomas Hearns, who will be defending his world junior middleweight title. DON DOLQUIST AND DON ESTESOF REGIONAL Firefighters coach Summers also CHAMPION TOMAHAWKS made some news in 1983 when he was selected as one of the coaches from Vikings top Tommies acrossthecountrytohelppreparethe American team for the approaching Olympic Games. Lake Stevens built a four-point the traditional Rose Bowl game telecast While the Firefighters were making cushion in the first quarter that stood as the Skate-lnn will have its big TV headlines, 1983 also proved to be a up as the visiting Vikings held on for a screen tuned in. banner year for the high school sports 52-47 non-conference victory over the Skating Sunday, Jan. 1, runs from of baseball, swimming, wrestling and Tommies the Monday of Dec. 19. 1-7 p.m. Cost for the day is $2.50. The cross-country -- all four sports quali- In the opening quarter, Dabble same times and prices are in effect for fying top-flight representatives for Austin netted seven of a game-high 19 Monday. state competitions. points to send the Vikings to a 13-9 ad- Groves also points out there is The swimming team of coach Scott vantage, and the visitors clung' skating today through Saturday as Knowles, the wrestling team of coach Rick lversen and the baseball team of tenaciously to their lead. well. ' coach Ray Ewing put on three of the Sally Mortenson and Andi Marshall 1~ ~t" ~t" " most rousing performances of the Sports Marysville graduate Steve Anderson, school term, but it was coach Dave a senior in health education at Eastern Carpentier's cross-country men who Digest Washington University, has made the were at the head of the class come the Dean's Honor List for fall quarter withnew school year. his GPA of 3.94. The Tomahawks football program, tailed 10 points apiece for the Tom- Anderson, a starting outfielder on under new head coach Chuck Solberg, mies, who saw their record fall to 3-4. the Eastern Washington baseball team, a former assistant at Oregon State, The Tommies, who swing back into has a cumulative grade point average showed promise of things to come the action tonight against the Bulldogs at of 3,66. past autumn, but it's going to take Mount Vernon, also got an eight-point Mark McGee, a 1983 Marysville another year for the playing personnel performance from Stephanie Waldrop. graduate, also cracked the Dean's list. to become accustomed to the new Coach Denise.Molner's girls next Meanwhile, Marysville graduate system. play Wednesday, Jan. 4, when they Nancy Lang, a star with the Tommies The Arfington Eagles, the 1982 AA play the Royals at Lynnwood. Both and then the Everett Community Col- state champions, found themselves in games are set for 7:30 p.m. lege Trojanettes under then-coach an off year, but the Lakewood Cougars of coach Dick Cardinal did its Doug Nixon, is on the sidelines with an part in maintaining football's good .~ I~ injury. Charlotte Groves at the Marysville Lang, a sophomore who helped the reputation in Snohomish County by Skate-Inn notes a New Year's Eve Trojanettes to the state tournament claiming third place in the State A skating party is set for the Skate-Inn before enrolling at St. Martin's the tournament. from 9 p.m. to 12:30 midnight on past fall, suffered an injured knee in For sheer enjoyment, though, we Saturday, Dec. 31. St. Martin's game against Seattle had to look to the programs of swimm- Cost for the evening is $4, while a University December 17. ing, wrestling, baseball and cross- special rate ticket of $5 will get you in Also, Marysville grad Eva West, country -- as dished out by the for all evening from 7 p.m. to 12:30 who helped the Trojanettes qualify for Tomahawks. -- Carpentier's harriers conceded the midnight, the state tournament two straight years "Happy New Year," she says, ad- prior to Lang's emergence at Everett, is league title to Cascade Bruins, but ding that skaters on New Year's Day reported to be taking classes at Everett ConUnued on Page 8 need not worry about missing out on again. A T NOW APPEARING THROUGH A TAX DEDUCTION " L * BEDROOM SETS . KITCHEN SETS . BOATS I:R "FURNITURE *APPLIANCES *HOUSEHOLD ITEMS H PICK-UP ANYWHERE IN SNOHOMISH COUNTY SINCE 1898 ERS OF AMERICA . 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The Hawks, who next see action Tuesday, Jan. 3, at Meadowdale, connected on 22 of 44 shots from the field and were good on 24 of 34 free throws. The Hawks, who netted 24 points in the fourth quarter, broke the game open with an eight-point burst in the third. Game time Tuesday is 7:30 p.m., with the iayvees playing at 5:45. II I I WINTER SPORTS MARYSVILLE-PILCHUCK HIGH SCHOOL ATTEND A SPORTING EVENT THIS WEEK SUPPORT OUR TOMAHAWKS! Jan. 3 VARSITY BASKETBALL 7:30 .................... at Meadowdale Jan. 3 J.V. BASKETBALL S: 45 .................... at Meadowdale Dec. 28 Jan. 4 GIRL'S BASKETBALL 8: 00 ..................... at Mt. 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