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Archive for Wednesday, July 29, 1998

FIRST ACE NOTCHED AT EAGLE BEND

July 29, 1998

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Lawrence's David Dummermuth, 22, scored the first hole-in-one at Eagle Bend Public Golf Course on Tuesday.

Dummermuth used an 8-iron to ace the 126-yard, par-3 No. 3 hole. The shot was witnessed by Karen Dummermuth and Kelly McAdoo.

Eagle Bend, the city's new municipal course, opened to public play on July 18.

Crider to play

in all-star game

Kansas basketball signee John Crider of Horton will play in the Pony Express All-Star basketball showcase game at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Civic Arena in St. Joseph's, Mo.

Crider will play for the Kansas men's team in a game against Missouri all-stars. Ricky Bulmer of Ottawa will also play for Kansas.

Ottawa's Ashley Beets and McLouth's Candace Hochard will play for Kansas in the women's game, set for 6 p.m.

Ex-Lion signs

Kristy Asher, a 1996 Lawrence High graduate, has signed a softball letter of intent with Ottawa U. Asher, a pitcher, spent the last two years at Highland CC.

Bartz to Baker

Brianne Bartz, Free State High's female athlete of the year in 1997-98, has signed a softball letter of intent with Baker University.

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