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The Cuba Free Press Sports IB Hay 29, 2003 ew manager running Cuba Lakes Club Chris Case photo ro John Moore has taken over as course manager at Cuba | Country Club. He's trying several new promotions to more golfers to the links, including a "senior specials" !a week. You can catch Moore in the clubhouse or out on  Purse just about every day. t003 CHS girls' track leld team: (front row) Dudley, Stephanie tte, Jennifer tie, Monica Lemons, :lie row) Brittani t, Jasmine Bowles, !n Bacon, Megan , Kristy Mallory, a Vecelli, (back Lucy Herman, ay Eaton, Jamle Megan Mazzei. Not Jessica Tiner. By Chris Case Assistant Editor Cuba Lakes Golf & Country Club has announced the hiring of a new course manager this spring. John Moore, originally from Hannibal, Mo., and now living in St. Louis, took over the course earlier this year and is beginning to get com- fortable in his new position. Moore played golf professionally for three years before moving to other employment positions within the golf industry, specializing in golf apparel sales. "Obviously, I'm golf minded, but I have a strong marketing background, which I think serves me well," John said. "I'm trying to do some different things here in Cuba to bring in more open play, as well as stimulate merchan- dise sales in the clubhouse. The single most important thing to me at this point is simply getting new players onto the course." Ruble qualifies for state meet with top finishes at sectionals Senior graduate Zach Ruble placed second in both of the events he ran in at the section- al track and field meet held last wekend. He'll move on to compete for a state title at the Class 3 State Meet held at Jefferson City on May 30-31. Complete statistics and times from the sectional meet were not available this week, but Coach Mark Ness reported that Ruble qualified in the 300 'To achieve that result, Moore will be incorpo- rating new apparel and equipment lines of shoes, shirts and clubs in the shop, and also fea- turing some summer golf specials for players. These include a senior's (over 50) special on Monday and Friday mornings, offering 18 holes of golf with a cart plus lunch for only $19, and junior (ages 5-17) clinics and league play on Wednesdays starting in mid-June. Sign-ups for the junior and private clinics have now begun; Moore will be teaching the classes that are available for beginners and up. The pool opens this week. "There's a lot of things happening out here at Cuba Lakes this summer. I hope people take advantage of them," Moore said. "These greens are in great shape. They're as good as any place I've played on--private or public--in St. Louis. They're running fast and true, which is perfect." John, his wife and kids are building a house in Cuba, and will move in this summer. meter low hurdles and the 110 meter high hurdles events by finishing second in both. Other CHS competitors at the sectional meet did not qualify for state competition. These included the girls' 800 meter relay team (Jennifer Guthrie, Jessica Tiner, Stephanie Schuette and Lindsay Eaton), which finished eighth; the girls' 1600 meter relay team (Guthrie, Tiner, Schuette and Eaton), which finished sixth overall; and the girls' 3200 meter relay team (Jasmine Bowles, Brittani Payne, Lauren Bacon and Lucy Herman), which ended their season by finishing seventh. Monica Lemons, the only individual competitor for Cuba other than Ruble, did not qual- ify in her event, which was 'the shot put. Athletes had to place in the top four in order to qualify for the upcoming state competi- tion. Ruble runs Friday in the 110 high hurdles prelims at 12:50 p.m. and in the 300 low hurdles prelims at 3 p.m. Good luck at the state meet this weekend, Zach! The 2003 CHS boys' track and field team: (front row) Jason Crow, Jason Turnbough, Barry Hicks, Hannas Rogler, Jermlah Scharfenberg, (mid- dle row) Ryan Blue, Ray Garrett, George Mehas, Brad Dake, (back row) Luke Eikerman, Travis Ness, Shane Forsman, Zach Ruble, Rustin Crocker, Travls Geisler, and David Hebert. Not pictured: Leo Lindell, Eric Pogue and Matt Howdeshell. ! ,bz's summer ball scheduled until the end of June Owing is the Cuba men's Rock Fair vs Feed Lot--9 p.m., Meramec Pkg. vs Dana 7 p.m., field #2 r ball league schedule field #1 Brake--8 p.m., field #2 Beer Boys vs Rock Fair--8 t- teams, times and field Erb Equip. vs Rio Grande--9 p.m., field #2 r) for the remainder of June6 p.m., field #2 Rock Fair vs Britton ason. Rainouts will be Weber Excav. vs Dana Brake--- Brothers--9 p.m., field #2 led at a later date; for 7 p.m., field #1 Rock Fair vs Feed Lot--7 p.m., t]c rainout information, Meramec Ele. vs Rio Grande -- field #1 June 27 Britton Brothers vs Beer Rio Grande vs Meramec Pkg.-- 8 p.m., field #1 8-4984. Erb Equip. vs Meramec Pkg. Boys--8 p.m., field #1 7 p.m., field #2 [l) --9 p.m., field #1 Britton Brothers vs Rio Erb Equip. vs Weber Excav.--8 ec Ele. vs Erb Equip.q Grandeq9 p.m., field #1 p.m., field #2 ',field #2 . FeedLotvs Beer Boys--7 p.m., Dana Brake vs Meramec , tande vs Dana Brake--8 field #2 June 20 Ele.--9 p.m., field #2 eld #2 .... " Britton Brothers vs Rock Rio Grande vs Meramec Pkg. tec Pkg. vs weber Feed Lot vs Beer Boys7 p.m., Fair--8 p.m., field #2 7 p.m., field #1 79 p.m., field #2 Britton Brothers vs Beer Erb Equip. vs Weber Excav.--8 field #1 Boys--9 p.m., field #.2 p.m., field #1 Britton Brothers vs Rock [loys vs Rock Fair--7  Dana Brake vs Meramec |eld #1 -,, June 13 Ele.--9 p.m., field #1 Fair--8 p.m., field #1  Brothers vs er Weber Excav. vs Meramec Rock Fair vs Feed Lot---9 p.m., Ele.--7 p.m., field #2 Sp m, field #1 Britton Brothers vs Feed Lot-- field #1 6owhngboots' " ' a 43 to lead ladies'play Fifteen ladies played golf at Cuba Lakes on Tuesday, May 27 to play their weekly round of golf. Loretta Cowling had the low score of 43. Jean Crist, Shirley Williams and Jan Work shared the low net of 34. Cowling and Pat Maerli shot birdies. Work won the specialty prize. The ladies meet for a round of golf every Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. New talent is always welcome. 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