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Friday, April 22, 1983 Bellevue Community College The ADVOCATE Page 7 ill I! [ SPORTS Track and field Helmsmen dominate at Mt. Hood Relays by JIdlie Thomas The Helmsmen showed toughin the the record. The College's track and field teams distance relays setting a meet and Field eventers Bob Rice,. Darrell dominated seventeen other junior school record in the 4xl mile relayina Harrison, and Mike Howe, all placed college teams last weekend in blistering17:03, third in the discus, polevault, andlong Gresham, Oregon at the Mt. Hood A first place finish came in the 4xS00 jump respectively, to help in the point ,. Relays. meter relay, breaking yet another earnings. The women dominated their record. Next weekend the College will opponents by winning five of the six The sprinters flew to a first place attend the University of Washington relay events, setting college, meet, finish in the 400 meter relay, justshyof Husky Invitational. and national records. Women break The national record came in the women's 3200 meter relay. The team tonal record Bridget D evens, and Gina Castagna. 00n,at The time of 9:06.8 broke the existing record by nearly four bs/JmlieTlomas " 2:17. seconds. The College's women's two-mile Bridget Devens, the next relay team set a Junior National member, kept up the pace, well Meet and school records were in record, breaking the existing record ahead of her competition, clocking the women's sprint medley, distance by over four seconds, Saturday at at 2:18. medley, the 800 meter relay, and the the Mt. Hood Relays in Gresham, The anchor leg of Oina Castagna" 1600 meter relay with a time of 3:47.0. Oregon. secured a sure record breaking Points from the individual events Jill York set the pace, leadingthe performance as she blazed to a 2:14 came from a 1-2 placing in the shot put pack of opponents with 2:16. final leg. by Helen Lofton and Tanya York then passed off to Jufie Their time totaled 9:.06, almost Washingtong, and Lizzy Knox, a strong third in the high hurdles. Thomas, who further increased the four seconds faster than the existing lead, bringing in a personal best of Junior College National record. The record _setting relay team of Bridget Devem, Julia Thomas, Jill York and Gina Castagna caught G o Ifers up record :. Sluggers handed second atrong start wi a 3-0 recorci thus far. OnApril4, lOSS in league play ,.., Shoreline and colleed a fork ............. Conmmni Conege (GRCC). I Miclma Utlmmld Sophomore pitcher Derrick to right fmkl. Last Friday the team kept . Freshman pitcher, Bob Jensen, Rondorf said "Ore like these are undeated streak alive by BdmuBCCO--TICC6 arrassing and  it's now 6.0 on the yr, isoythree. both GRCC and Shoreline again, ume we put things together and bear away from the aR-time vm mark here The match took place at N' The Helmsmen were handed their down before the season's too far at the College. Country Club. second loss in league p, as the;" gone." Jm=en's earned run average is an Coach Dennis Wansmaker said "l'dam rallied behind their two-hit', impreivel.85 with 34 strikeouts. "We have a very young team, but pitchmgfr the_6._victorY,_lastF_ "-rid..' BCC 6--FortStmbcomCC2 BCC 3- Cmmtralim S have never had a more The Helmamen's ching was - bunch of kids." marred from the beghug  the At home on Saturday, the' - The squad has no returners from team committed five errors behind Helmsmen rode high on Bob Jensen's The Helmsmen traveled f:o' last year, but Wanamaker remais starting pitcher, Craig Moe, (who sixth victory in as many starts, as the Centrelia on Monday night and were confident the six-man, all freshman worked five innings, gave up four hits, Helmsmen thrashed Fort Steilacomb soundly beaten by the hard-nosed team is improving and building every and one base on balls). Derrick 6-2. - Blazers, 83. match. Rondorf come in to pitch the final four Fort Steilacomb took the early lead Centralia scored three times in the He predicts this team innings. , as they scored one run in the first first and never looked back. The conference and have a good shot Tacoma scored once in the third inning. But the Helmsmen came back Bellevue bats were again limited as the state tourney, inning, twice in the fourthi and twice with two runs in their bal/ of the inning, they came up five runs shy. Tim Nicholas, a Newport graduate, more in the sixth, as the Helmsmen's The Helmsmen scored again in the Freshman pitcher Ken Aitona, now and Steve Miles from Sammamish are bats were continuously stifled, fourth inning as Seen Riley scored on 4-2, received the non-league loss. The two early standouts for the BCC's only hits, both singles, came Jeff McSbane's hard hit single. Helmsman offense was paced by: Helmsmen. The rest of the squad in the first and ninth irmings, collected The gsme was put away in the sixth short-stop Dave Gelatt's two hits and consists of Keith Putz from Lake by Eric Johnson and David Hutt as BCC put together a three run rally, left fielder Ed Youch, who scored two' Washington High School, respectively, highlighted by Doug Lindsay'sdouble runs for the Helmsmen. from Tahoma and John Hart, j. Swenson photo Interlake graduate. Nicholas takes a The next match for the team is the swing at Country Club. April 25. Men's tennis Helmsmen suFFer First defeat by Fred Bock The Helmsmen tennis team the three doubles matches with suffered their first in-league defeat of Kovacevich and Ledesma of GRCC the season last Tuesday, losing to defeating Horn and Brown 3-6, 6-4, Green River Community College 6-1. (GRCC), 6-3. In the second seed doubles, Oles The team started the day strong and Stanford defeated Lagonegro and with Tom Horn defeating Green Phan, 6-4, 7-5. Rivers top seed 3-6, 6-1, 6-4, and Bob Green River completed the sweep Lagonegre winning his number two with Stewart and Rigell defeating o seed match 6-3, 3-6, 7-6. Vernon and Wakasa 7-6, 7-6. t Jim Browns win in the number four The Helsmen saw five matches " seed singles 6-4, 5-7, 7-6, proved to be decided in three sets, and six sets the last win of the day for the decided by a tiebreaker. ,,6 Helmsmen. The loss put the Helmsmens league BCC shortstop Dave Gelatt turns a double-play against Fort Steilecomb C.C. (Below) Pitcher After splitting the six singles record at 4-1, and their season record matches, the Green River team swept at 5-2. Bob Jansen cruised to hie sixth consecutive win over FL Steilacomb. 4 k