Re-printed with the permission of the Moose Jaw Times-Herald

Judo coaches confident of tourney win

Cliff Weins and Len Partridge, coaches of the Moose Jaw Judo Team, expect to win the tournament in Swift Current Saturday and place seven members on the ten-man team representing Zone 3 in the Prince Albert Winter Games scheduled for Febuary.

The club plans to hold the provincial finals in Moose Jaw Jan. 30, competing against teams from across the province as well as Edmonton, Calgary and Winnipeg.

Membership has increased from fifteen to 35 Jodoha's during the past three years of Coteau Range sponsorship.

Classes are held Tuesdays and Thursdays, with juniors working out between 7 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. and seniors from 8:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.

The following are the results from the Prince Albert tournament:

Stella Marie Dellabough took third place in Junior girls 70 pounds with three wins and two losses.

In Junior Girls 115 pounds Cindy Heselton took second with two wins and two losses. Leanne Hanson won Junior Women's 130 pounds.

In Junior Boys 50 pounds Josh Wiens took second and Jordan Dellabough third.

Kenrick Phillips came second in Junior Boys 60 pounds at three wins and two losses, while Billy Gadwin came third in the 70 pound competition.

Fourth place was taken by Mattew Dyck in Junior Boys 80 pounds and Jimmy Wiens in 90 pounds.

Dorion Dellabough, with two wins and two losses, came second in Junior Boys 115 pounds.

Trent Evenson won junior Boys 130 pounds, Mike Mohart placed fifth in the 160 pound competition and Len Partridge second in Seniors Black 209 pounds.

Appeared in the Moose Jaw Times-Herald December 12, 1981

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