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basketball - Ramblers Nab Consolation ; By GLENN ICKLER ;...
Ramblers Nab Consolation ; By GLENN ICKLER ; Daily N*w Sports Writer ST. PAUL, -- Colter evened the jiejson's basketball score with ·Austin Pacelli here Sunday and jcoppert Ihe Minnesota Catholic Stale tournament consolation title ·t the same lime. The Ramblers nipped Pacelti 49-41 to lake the , trophy. · It was Ihe second win Colter has scored over Pacclli in four tries this season. Tlie Ramblers i downed the Shamrocks in tbe finals of the Pacelli Holiday tournament .fait lost iwo Ravoux Conference tames to the Austin five. The Ramblers won (heir way into Sunday's consolation finals by whipping Cold Spring St. Bonifar'e 62-44 Saturday afternoon behind a si-point performance by Terry Conrad. Pacelli downed Marshall Central 72-49. · "Like I told the hoys alter the first gamo, this trophy is as good as second place," Cotter Coach. John .\ett said afler his squad downed Pacelli. "A lot of people don't see it that way but we were only one poinl from Ihe finals." . .Veil referred to Friday's opening round ,50-49 loss lo Diilutlt Cathedral, which gained die finals with another one-point triumph over Mankalo Loyola. Cathedral edged Loyola 4S-4S. Minneapolis De La Salie won the other semifinal same Saturday, nipping St. Paiil Crotin 42-36. (heir last game-: in the tournament. Four regulars -- Bill Al- laire, Conrad, John Koprovv-ki and Jerry Van Hoof -- and three re- cage Only three members of Ihe tournament learn will return next year. They are Larry Modjcski, Sam CzaplewsJii and Art Spook, Other reluming squad members listed on N'ett's "A" team rosier at season's end are Tony Hciting; Tim Jenkins, Rich Welch and Bill Weruz. Cotler finished its season with a )"-8 record, C O T T E R 11' ST. B O N I F A C E 44 "They didn't have a chance after Conrad got going," John Nell said after Cotter whipped Cold Spring St. Boniface 62-44 Saturday. Conrad rammed in 31 poinls on 15 fielders and one gift loss lo account lor half the Ramblers' points.. The first 3'i minutes were scoreless Wore ihe Gamblers' Sam Czaplewski hit a jumper lo break ihe ice. Czupleu'ski played most of the game in place of jerry Van Hoof, who injured an ankle in the first minute of action. Colter led 10-9 at the quarter sun Conrad poured in 16 points in Ihe second stanza lo lead the Kamblers to a 34-23 marsin at halt- lime. Conrad's :il markers was Ihe second best individual performance of the tourney, ft «·«-· topped only by a IB-point eflori by De La S:dle's Mike Gleason in the championship same. Xett used all to players against COTTER 4», PACELLI 44 John Koprowski sparked a sec- deticil and Cotler went oil to win quarter, . nvrr AuslEn I'.iivlli 19.JJ TKa l,io ( | the first half but Conrad and 1 ' ' KOPKOwSKI finished with i* j -* 1 -* i w « juin|n.'r irom in points but yielded scoring Iwnors j with three inimiles to play. ' to Conrad, who sparked (lie Ham- J biers through most uf the second: CONRAD LAVED in a hall and wound up wilh 20. '-"hot wilh 2:42 on tbe clock lo puli..._ s D i,, q c»,| 'Ihe Kamblers grabbed a 4-0 lead ( -'°. ttcr b a* '» front and Cza P lcw 'i little ami TM jolore Pacelli ever lircd a shot '· !*' san ^ * free Ihrow lo make j arld f ^ (1 ', nil the Shamrocks came buck to i ' ' ^"* 2 ' I'acelli closed lo within! S0me " s n 1r t ti :o ahead 13-10 at Ihe pnd of thr., a poinl again on a short shot by;:.. M. "n_...i. rowski did il for us," Nell said. He also had words of prais* for Czaplcwski, who filled in for Van i Hoof again Sin "tn»i'n',"m«'T t lomnamenl . Nell ._.. ... with Czaplewski's Mor- I'-ir-Mli M.,.;"ii; n ,l V "i,",'i ski s a n k , a free throw In nml«. I '"",'"·'-'/'I'. 1 sllar ' ) defensive play go ahead 13-10 at (he end of the i a . I" 01 '"' a ° ni " ?" a sl| ort shot by opening quarter. Maurice Joel, a Jlm Hookers will) two minutes re thorn in Cotter's side all season,! maining. j Com .. 1(| wom{ , got three buckets and a sift loss: Then came Koprowski's game-1 in three tourncv eame* all but ^ftijj^jf^,^; 01 ^ 0 "^ f TM»^ «. ICOXSni.ATIO.V FJN,tu Shamrocks lost the ball without Jetting a shot off. Colter went into a stall and' held to lead Pacelli's surge, : ,. ,.,,.... Pacelli opened (he gap to 19-10 *ho( Irom (he left side of the lane, j in the lirsl Iwo minutes of the Only 1:20 was left and the frantic' second quarter before Cotter start- "' ""'" '"' "' ' " '" ' ' ed to roll. Bill Allaire drove down ine middle lor a layup, Koprouski t otter wem imo a stall and nettt ; ·-··'···'···" * * i « ««« dumped in tour shots in a row and the ball for 80 seconds before I v.niiMf ? o i 5 .\i"?n 'f (I »' If It it p( If 10 0 0 30 Jwl J S O I 1 0 4 2 Hanson 0 t 14 Hatkm l.t 4 10 3 0 Conrad hit Iwo quick ones lo give C/aplewski was fouled, He con-1 r "i" Mki ° - --- iu,.|njl nn t i , Q fi.nn ol.fth «.,.! :t - Hose 1 0 1 2 fjofolirsth Colter 14 straight points and a Heeled on the free sliot ant! .. 24-19 lend. \ V ;is 48-41. Allaire got (he final: point with only five seconds lo 0 2 Mntnsolto 0 1 l 4 Juhr 0 0 he" deliberately AFTER A fr« throw by Joel, J ?"' Conrad, with his back to tbe bas- ki't. leaped Mraight up and rammed Hie ball in back over bis head to make it 26-10. The (earns led the floor for the intermission I 1 ... minutes later with Coiler leading 27-23 n .. . . . . . ramii ttaii irotiDte ItndHig tito Ihe third quarter was a duel raark aml mmA M|) ^.j,,, 6 ., , 7 ,," n^'l T?; a ' U J ° d ; B ° lh I"' 1 '"'" 1 shoolil 'S '"ark on 15 of 55. , R« team, scored I points with Con- ,. ace ,|i a | raofl madc u p for it SPC i ad hit mg eight of Coder's and a , ||,e free throw line. The -%im-, Joel arflins seven of Pacolli'.s. All rocks sank 14 of 20 from Ihe line. : J^ Tolils lilt « 4 it usa 18 17 II 11--14 I IS U II 11V--II COTTER DISPLAYED accurate. 'hooting, lulling 22 of 51 for 43 c^TM' 1 , percent. The Kamblers dropped in eight of 14 in the second quarter. Pacelli l.atl trouble finding the (S.VriKDAY'S RANK) 'ottr uai! djcskl prosfci air* iplwki rnz 5r ?ck ilsh 'ot.ilr TTKR BON I r (fill SI. Bonlf: ff ri pi t? IS 1 331 Tivieman 3 0 3 6 ./unglet 2 0 4 4 7,(ttien 3 0 0 8 Hauscri 0 0 0 0 Klcilv 4 3 3 11 I'hnlr.lm 0 0 0 0 POM 1 0 0 2 llanvti 0 0 0 0 Xotlin 1 0 2 2 S7lfle 29 IS 62 Totals in :i XACK y II icr (in It It p! 3 3 2 3 3 1 5 2 312 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 ft 0 t- 0 0 0 C 0 0 0 H 1«12 911 15 U-- R n -n De Lo Salle Cops Cage Title ST. PAUL ( A P ) -- For three thedral 74-58 Sunday for its days Afiimeapolis De La Salic'Minnesota state C a t h o l looked at every basketball defense ; school championship. i invented. Opponents tried lo o u t - j Oulreached and outshol, ! run, smother and freeze Ihe Is- j ral waged everything on a heller- landers. Finally they tried to sur- skelter press, li won Hie rounii them. | lion of the crowd of 3.700 and for a lime bothered the Islanders. But Mike Gleason's 32 points, parade of free throws and superior talents carried the day. Nothing worked and in th« end ' De La Salle subdued Diiluth Ca-j HONOR TEAM . . . These are the members of the Minnesofa Catholic High School basketball tournament All-State team picked after Sunday's championship game in St. Paul. Terry Conrad, of Cotter High, liacfc^ow, second from right, was among those chosen. The (cam includes, from the left, front row- Tony Senarighi, Duluth Cathedral; Gary Zachman l Roger Hipwcll, Mike Mtmn and Mike Gleason, all-of Minneapolis De La Salle, tournament chanlpion, and back row-Maurice Joel, Austin Pacelli; Jim Salscliei- dcr, Mankato Loyola; Jim Rockers, Pacclli: Conrad, and Gary Droubie, St. Paul Cretin; De La Salle topped Dululh Cathedral 74-58 for the title !AP Photofax) Tops Hudson 61-59 Durand Gains Sectional , snapping jump shots from 16 to Ex-Gopher Grid Star Vikings' Business Chief MINNEAPOLIS ff-- Billy Bve ."'" -""" cl1 vllsl " whose tricky style and roiled "up j ln S !l "TMP- sleeves made him a familiar fi«-i .. BcefMe ll was - · - -· lire to Minnesota football fans is i Al · s(c l )al ". ch TMK Jessico and Tom joining the pro Minnesota Vikings j Biele } TM d fou!cd Ollt as business manager. Scurrying' T o n y S.narighij Bye «as appomled to perform pil ched in'17 point! to fuel the! of jobs that include i Hiiiinnnp,- offense but it would I i Gleason rolled up poinls at a l h e remarkable rale in the firsl ter. He had 14 in the opening OTa ,« eight minutes, most of them on snannin^ iunin :rwi!: fmm IK i rt in a ing started dismantling t h e i r over Joe Sinnot, in the 'late 40s and later played several seasons of pro ball He became high in Winnipeg. school coach , , two years anil has coached 'in the Twin Cid'es area the past five years. His 1960 Edina team was Co: champion of the Lake Conference. U.S. Hockey f. ° HUDSO.V, m,. - Durand's sur- (he Eau Claire sectional t o u r n e y , were in front M at the mnrtrr prising cagers kept roiling on ; Friday AKoona won the Cochrane.: and 30-26 al halftime T'lev I eH along the tournament trail here;' Ft " mla " 1 Ci( - v ''^"'"^ crown. | a i 0 . |loiis i | Pa[ | at 5H1 iohi- into Saturday with a 61-59 triumph over "o'fntan said today that it's the fourth quarter and"oudastcd · catching up. Trailing 38-31) at halftime, Duluth closed to 45-41 midway in (bird period Free throws bv fiar- icr^!sv?B.5^sasja;s er to larger dimensions and Du- lulh never threatened again. Hog Hipwell supported Gleason with 20 points. In the third place game Man- kalo Loyola downed St. Paul Crelin 60-47. Badger Catholic

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