The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 06.10.1978, Blaðsíða 8

The White Falcon - 06.10.1978, Blaðsíða 8
Page 8 Gym notes A Captain's Cup organizational meeting will be held Monday at 1 p.m. at the Officers' Club. Registration is being conducted for the October preschool gymnas- tics class, beginning Tuesday. One class will start at 10 a.m. with the second following at 10:45. Karate class registration is ongoing for sessions which meet Tuesday and Thursday at 7 p.m. The karate classes will be held at the Glacier Hut. White Falcon October 6, 1978 JUNIOR BOWLERS view the proper kegler techniques performed by veteran bowler Dave Haviland at the weekend bowling con- fab at the Arctic Lanes, (photo by J02 Jerry Foster) t 57th FIS gain cage crown To capture the summer basketball league crown, 57th FIS edged NSGA, 51-46. In summer basketball league playoffs, the favored Amerlce, the undefeated powerhouse team, for- feited its semi-final match against 57th FIS because of injuries and other commitments. With Amerlce out, the tournament opened up to any of the remaining teams. NSGA defeated VP-5, 60-44, in Saturday's only game, gaining the right to meet 57th FIS in Sunday's championship game. NSGA, using a fast breaking of-j fensive, tallied eight unanswered points before 57th FIS got on the scoreboard with a jumper by Earl. 57th FIS' shooting was cold early in the first half, and matched its defensive playing. Mark Hopkins led NSGA's scoring, and rebounding started to blow 57th FIS out of the game. Earl then settled 57th FIS by taking control of both the offen- sive and defensive play. With nine minutes remaining in the first half, NSGA led 57th FIS 20-9. 57th FIS made a run at NSGA. With 5:17 left in the first half, 57th FIS put on a strong scoring drive, led by the bril- liant playing of Morgan, scoring six unanswered points to draw within five points, causing NSGA to take a time out. Mark Hopkins rallied NSGA after the time out, and, at the end of the second half, NSGA led 57th FIS, 25-15. A.T. Mahan opens soccer league The A. T. Mahan Soccer League opened play last week with the Angles and Tornados both merging as contenders in league champion- ships. The Angles, led by center forward Gary Godwin, who has four goals to his credit, are tied for first place. Tony and Buddy Gilbert, who lead the league with five goals each, head up the Tornados. Fighting for the top is the Cosmos' Berry Jondahl, who has four goals, but whose team was knocked from first place last week by the Aztecs. The Foxes and Frankfurters have yet to record a victory while the Tams recorded its first win in over- time. The Playboys, led by Robert Dixon's three goals, are still un- defeated. Outstanding defense marked the first week of play at 5' 6", 200- pound fullback Peggy Pfeifer stole the ball from attacking forwards Buddy Gilbert and Greg Hansen in the Tams vs Tornados match. Goalkeeper/back Lisa Keller pre- vented center forward Godwin and Stacy Reeves from scoring in the Angles vs Frankfurters match. Center halfback Robin Capo, an Aztecs 105-pqunder, put the clamper on the Cosmos' Jim Fleming and Berry Jondahl by stealing the ball several times, aided by Doug Dougherty, a left forward. After league playoffs, an all- star team will be picked to play against Iceland's Njardvik.

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