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14 H.lltcp Times SPORTS March 8, 1991 in veir ireirs 0se wggh nil The Hill hockey team picked up another win this week as regular season play winds down. The Falcons iced the Ski Kings at Cottonwood Heights Recreation Center on March 3. Louis DiMillio was first to score for the Falcons, just seven seconds into the game. DiMillio's unassisted goal was the only goal for either team in the first period. 8-- 3 The Ski Kings opened the scoring in the second period, but Hill answered with another goal by DiMillio. Greg Jachixn and Mike Jachim got credit for the assist. The Ski Kings then netted a second goal. DiMillio racked up another goal on an assist from Paul Taylor, while Hill's George Goodrich scored on an assist by Greg Patterson and John Palmer. The Falcons' Dave Kahm scored next, with Patterson get I f I I II ended the game in Hill's favor "Overall we played a good game," said DiMillio. "Todd Hooper, Eric Fink and Dan Roe played excellent defensive games." Hill takes on Dead Goat Saloon on Sunday at 8:45 p.m. in the Cottonwood Heights Recreation Center in the Falcons' final game of the regular season. Playoffs are set to begin the week 8-- 3. ting the assist. Action continued with the Ski Kings' scoring a third and final goal. Hill would net one more goal, Kregg Matheson from Mike Gauss, to end lead. the second period with a The Falcons scored twice in the third period. DiMillio chalked up his fourth goal on an assist from Mike Jachim and Gary Batinich. His fifth came on another assist from Batinich, which 6-- 3 after that. SPORTS GLANCE Swimming lesson registration set swimming and lap swimming, and 11 a.m.-- p.m. on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. The cost is $20 per family per month, $10 per individual per month, or $1.25 per visit. For more information on aquatics programs offered at the pool, call 5 Swimming lesson registration will be held Monday for military and Tuesday for civilians from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Hess Fitness (Center. Lessons will begin March 19 and run Tuesdays and Thursdays through April 11. The cost of eight lessons is $20 per student. Some of the classes offered include Parent-ToddleBeginners I, II and III, Advanced Beginners and Adult Beginners. For more information call Nancy Williams at or the Hess Fitness Center pool at 777-3471461- Leprechaun run scheduled r, A leprechaun run will be held March 16. Sponsored by the Hess Fitness Center, it will begin at 10 a.m. at the par course track. The $5 entry fee includes a (adult large or 777-461727- T-shi- extra large 777-347- 1. Pool hours are lap swimming only, 10 6-- 8 a.m.-- 9 rt only). Awards will be given to the top three finishers in each category. Categories include women aged 25 a.m. for from p.m. for recreational Mondays-Friday- s 7. women 35 and over, men and under, women 26-325 and under, men and men 35 and over. For more information, call Maxine Fouks at 4, 26-3- 4 777-7772777- 9. Center sponsors several events The Thorton Community Center is sponsoring several upcoming events. On Saturday, a singles dart tournament will be held. A singles table tennis tournament is set for tournament is slatMarch 16 and a singles eight-bal- l ed for March 23. All three tournaments will begin at 2 p.m. at the center. They are open to all base workers. The cost is $3 for each tournament and there will be prizes for all participants. SCOREBOARD Following are the results of the Bob Walker Appreciation Open registered skeet shoot held at the Hill Rod and Gun Club March 2 and 3. Gty)-3- 76. 3rd place: Robert A Clou: Jim Acton 97. Hickt-- (Ogden) 383. Lorry Rodger i (Salt Lake Dick McMullen (Bountiful)-D Class: lorry Jones B Class: Lynn Walker (Ogden)-- 84. D WiH Bruchke-9- 5. Paul Coffeen Kurt Jordinc X 100. Larry Rodgers B Class: 87. 76. 91. B C Class: Kurt Jardine C Class: Paul Coffeen-8- 0. D Class: Kurt Jardine 72. D 87. Class: Poul Coffeen 88. designed to meet the need for innovation in education, where knowledge is built through theory plus applying on the job what is learned in the class." the faculty and students while learning about the courses we offer and the financial assistance programs available. Come meet any other day. Or it could be the day you make a very important change in your career, your salary, your future. j "We created a university 90. Dick McMullen-8- 6. MBA: Master of Business Administration. MAOM: Master of Arts in Utah Campus of the University of Phoenix, the recognized Of Your Life. Class: Dick McMullen-- 89. 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