2013-05-16 / Sports

Record Sports Time Capsule

10 YEARS AGO

May 17, 2003 ( BISMARCK)— Four Emmons County tracksters qualified for the State Class B Track Meet during the Region V Track Meet at the Bismarck Community Bowl. Carrie Mulske of Hazelton-Moffit-Braddock qualified for state in the high jump after finishing in a tie for first place (4' 9") in the event. Matt Reiner, David Van Boven and Josie Reiner, all of Strasburg, also qualified for the State Meet. Matt Reiner placed second in both the long jump (20' 1.5") and triple jump (40' 4"); Van Boven placed second in the javelin (152' 4"), and Josie Reiner captured first place in the 200-meter dash with a time of :26.67.

30 YEARS AGO

May 14, 1983 ( BISMARCK)— The Linton Lady Lions scored 122 points to capture the Girls team championship in the Region 7 Track Meet, held at Hughes Field. Freshman standout Jill Jahner led the way with individual titles in the 100-meter (:12.54) and 200-meter (:26.33) dashes, and she also anchored the region champion 800-meter relay (1:49.86) team. Other members of the relay team were freshmen Lisa Bosch, Julie Horner and Jody Dockter. Jahner also qualified for state with a 2nd place finish in the long jump (17' 3.5"), while Horner and Dockter each qualified for state in the 100-meter dash. Other region champions for Linton were Lisa Nagel (discus) and Shelly Ballard (shot put). Other state qualifiers for Linton were Carmen Greff (800-meter run), Michelle Schneider (javelin) and the 400-meter relay team (Dockter, Horner, Bosch and Carmen Petrick). Cara Weiser was the only state qualifier for Hazelton with a first place finish in the 800-meter run (2:33.54) and a runner-up finish in the 1,600-meter run (6:01.59).

50 YEARS AGO

May 19, 1963 (BRADDOCK)— The Beaver Valley Amateur Baseball League got underway, and Braddock erased a 4-run deficit to post a 9-6 victory over Linton. The visitors picked up a pair of runs in the first inning, one in the third and another in the sixth to open up a 4-0 lead, but Braddock, which went without a hit over the first five innings, used a Linton error to erupt for 9 runs in the bottom of the sixth to take the lead for good. Daryl Wittich’s homer in the ninth cut the margin to 9-6, but that wasn’t enough. Andy Schmidt pitched the final four innings to pick up the victory for Braddock, while Freddie Pahl took the loss for Linton. In other league openers, Al Dosch went six innings to pick up the victory in Strasburg’s 6-1 win over Wishek, and Napoleon edged Steele, 3-2.

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