Clipped From Pittston Gazette
EAGLE RESERVES DEFEAT DUCKIES BY A CLOSE SHE The Eagles' Reserves eliminated the Ducky Five, of Duryea, as a contender contender for the second class honors of the community when they defeated the Duryea quintet In a sizzling encounter' played on the Eagles' court last evening, evening, score 23 to 21. The firemen out - scored their opponents from the field iu goals to 7 scoring on quick passing passing and cutting for the hoop with An - tonella and Milne scoring heavily for the locals, while Pesotine did the best work for the visitors. The Reserves will play St. Mary's at the latter's court next Friday night and are out to win the game and im - , prove their claim to the second class honors. The two teams will meet again on the Eagles' court later in the season. season. The. Reserves will present the strong est lineup against St. Mary's, which will include "Flash" Milne, Chick and Jack Hastie, Jenkins, Antonella and Mar - kowski The game will start promptly at 9 o'clock. Reserves. O 3 4 0 2 1 0 Milne, f. .... Antonello, f. Jenkins, f. ., J. Hastie, c. Markowski, g. C. Hastie, g. F. 1 0 0 1 0 1 Pta. 7 8 0 5 2 1 Totals 10 3 23 Ducky Five. x G. P. Pts. Laird, t 10 2 Cadden, f. 0 0 0 Cochran, f. 0 3 3 Odgers, c 1 2 4 Carey, g. , 1 0 2 Pesotine, g 4 2 10 Totals 7 7 21 Referee, Carter. Half time score, 12 to 9, Reserves leading. Fouls called, on uucKy Five 7, on Reserves 13.