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Archive for Thursday, October 20, 2005

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October 20, 2005

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¢ Junior High Clinic: A preseason clinic for junior high boys basketball hopefuls is scheduled Nov. 5 at Lawrence High and Nov. 6 at Free State High. For information, call Aaron Siebenthall at 766-4769 or Bryan Duncan at 766-9840.

¢ Heitzman Sets Record: Paul Heitzman of Eudora won the ages 70-74 division of the Woolaroc 5K Saturday near Bartlesville, Okla. Heitzman's clocking of 39:59 was an Oklahoma record for 74-year-olds.

¢ KU Baseball Camp: Spaces are available for the November sessions of the Jayhawk Baseball Camp. Sessions are scheduled on Tuesday and Thursday (grades 7-12) nights and on Sunday nights (ages 9-18). For information, call 864-7907.

¢ Woolard Qualifies: Mickey Woolard of Lawrence toured the Chicago Marathon in 3:30:21 and qualified for the Boston Marathon. Woolard finished in the top 11 percent of all finishers and in the top eight percent in his age group.

¢ Soccer Champs: Lucca Wang and Leah Williams of Lawrence played on the Topeka Galaxy U-19 soccer club that won the high school division of the Gateway Shootout in St. Charles, Mo. The Galaxy also placed second in the Chartrand Tournament in Manhattan.

¢ Run for Revolutions: Early registration deadline is Oct. 29 for the Run for Revolutions 5K at 9 a.m. Nov. 5. The race will begin at Mustard Seed Church and wind through the northwest part of town. For information, call Sarah Kueffer at (785) 249-8077.

¢ Roberts Low: Conrad Roberts fired a one-under-par 71 and won Sunday's Jayhawk Golf Club tournament at Alvamar. Chad Roesler was runner-up with a 75, followed by Van Reichert 77 and Richard High 79. In net scoring, Dean Hilker and Kent Hodgson each carded a 70. Tom Taylor had 71, Jeff Daniels 72 and Robert Ward 73.

¢ Brumley Golf Titlist: Daniel Brumley won the championship flight of the Eagle Bend Men's Club match play golf tournament. Matt Gudenkauf and John Towner won the first and second flights.

¢ Murray Hole-in-One: Jim Murray used a 6-iron Tuesday to ace the 167-yard No. 11 hole at Alvamar Country Club. Witnesses were Stacy Kramer, Terry Wilson and Mark Rosenau.

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