|Paper||Utah State University Eastern Student Newspapers|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Utah State University Eastern Student Newspapers|
Recreation football — a big hit for weekend athletes by Jake Shewmake staff writer If your life needs a little excitement and you like sports then you should get in touch with Carbon County Recreation They have been running a flag football league on Saturdays and Sundays since October 1 There are six teams who battle it out each weekj having some great games There are awards given each week for the most valuable player and prizes for the first place team Cost is $80 a team Although the games arc there are up to 18 players on some teams A representative from each team went to a meeting before the season started and made die jndes There arc paid referees so the games run smoothly Maid Ahmu said the season has gone great and they are trying to get some exchange games with teams from Utah Valley and Cache Valley The league was ruby Brian Fion a CEU student The next league is basketball There will be a meeting at Moot Harmon Jr High on November 28 at 7:00 pm to discuss cost and play Practices will be held starting December 7 with games getting underway around January 1 If you have any questions or would like to get involved contact Mard Ahmu at 637-57-8 62 Support the 88-8- 9 Eagles basketball on Nov 21 at 7:30 pm Woman’s vnllavhall school football players get a chance to show off their NFL moves weekends in recreation football Team one City Market and tevnfiveTenn't showed how it was done Saturday ftov 12 (photo by C Hamaker) Ex-hi- gh Freshmen baseball players add depth to '88 Eagles from Alta and Jared Dowcof Provo High "Jeff has a liule more staff writer Fall baseball ended on a power and a stronger arm but Jared is more consistent and has a positive note with the freshmen gaining valuable experience to help quicker release They really balance them earn starting positions in the out well together" Eric Wissmar and Tim Welcher will compete for rcgultf season explained second- year head coach Steve Weiser "We have many tough In addition to five defensive infield players this year" sophomore pitchers the Eagles have depth in their freshmen Brian coach Weiser said Freshman Steve Gordon from Emery High School Woolley will start on fust base this spring He is an alumnus of "throws well and trill battle for Taylorsville High Scott Tracey the starting spot" Weiser said Roy has also been vying for this Dusty Neiman from Durango Colo will also be vying for the spot Galen Evans is a good top position along with Scott defensive second baseman accordDeuel from Jordan High School and WiU Scott from Alta High ing to the coach Evans is from School Taykreville "Jake Shewmake has "My top two catchers coach come die on this yea r" the each other" really compliment coach said "He is the most consis said He is using Jeff Wartman Kristie Ellason abehind-the-platesp- ot tent hitter we have when he plays coach and he is an excellent defensive third baseman" Shewmake will start in the spring as he did at Granger High last year Jeff Ciseneros could also play at third player who may be used at any one of the three bases Coach Wdser thinks he can ran well too or as a possible pitcher and could possibly play in the "Robert Gonred and Dave outfield Hreinson are the two best defensive "John Gunter is our one shortstops that I have ever seen at legitimate power hitter" the coach CEU" coach Weiser said Conrad said He runs well and will start in will be starting in the spring and left or right field Gunter attended the coach said be has the chance to American Fork High School last be the best shortstop in the past year Danny Brown from Union seven years "He plays hard all the High is thdr second best power time and is a team leader even as i hitter and should play in the a freshman" Conrad is from Basie j outfield or DH coach Weiser High School in Las Vegas thinks Hreinson is a local from Carbon "Travis Langpap is our High and is an "excellent defenbiggest surprise this fall he runs sive played who may be seen at well and hits pretty good too" the second or as shortstop He also coach said "He is one of our top has great speed according to the two defensive outfielders" CEU volleyball team places fifth in Stacee Pent Sports Editor The Lady Eagles volleyball team ended the B8 season with a 4-overall record and a 7 conference record Hie conference standings ended with Utah Valley Community College (UVCQ and Ricks tied for first 24 3-- and second place with identical 9--1 records each of their losses coming from the other Dixie finished third with a 5 record followed by Snow 4--6 CEU in 5-- fifth and Colorado Northwestern Community College (CNCC) in sixth at 0 Hie team started out strong but we collapsed quickly and couldn't get it started again" old coach Lisa Stolk "There were a few players who really excelled but we needed everyone to work together to win and it was hard for a few to understand 0-1- that" April Bennett a member 'of the team who had an excellent season for the lady Eagles was nominated for and made the second team While Michele Jackson another starter was acknowledged with an honorable mention Bemett headed the conference list in attadc percentage this season with 29 kills and only four errors giving her 50 percent ratio Debbie Taylor from UVCC was second with 120 kills 42 errors and 34 8 petcenL Amie Roberts Ricks was third with 41 kills 11 errors and 303 percent Charisse Brady dark from Kearns is a very versatile School High conference iincombe CEU was fourth with 54 kills 9 errors and 30 petcenL The lop honors in aces went to Kristi serving Parrish of Ricks with 20 aces and an average of071 aces per game CEUs Bennett followed with 24 aces and an average of 063 aces per game The third highest was Jackson also from CEU who had 23 aces and an average of 061 aces per game In fourth was Grissy Shaw from Snow with 20 aoes and an avenge of 031 aces per game Some of CElTs outstanding team statistics included 54 kills for Pincombe 98 assists and 24 serving aces for Bennett and 36 blocks 14 solos and 22 assists by Cindy Jones "This season was another tough season but we're looking forward to a better season next year Hopefully we will have the strength of this year plus a liule more depth" Stolk commented "Thanks to everyone who came out and cheered far us it really did help"