Clipped From The Daily Inter Lake
At State Wrestling Meet Russ Ritter, head football! and track coach at Flathead 1 County High School, addressed addressed the Kali.spell Rotary Club yesterday on the vital role athletics play in the educational educational system, "Athletics help make K a iispell a better place to live PARTICIPATING in the stale wrestling tournament at Missoula today and tomorrow. Flathcad Brave matmen are hopeful of good performances after a second place showing in the division t o u r n a m e n t at Great Falls late last month. Members of the learn, pictured above f r r m Al- j left to right are: standing. Coach Bob Olson, Rich Alkii, p.m. in! . Terry Ordish. Bob Nocklcby, Ed Woessner. Tiin Dennison. Dennison. I ' u r i i c l l Whitelieail. assistant coach Neil Hart. Kneeling. Duane Johnson. Roy Hyrrison, Tom Laxvrence, Greg Riehl, John Sparr and Bernie Olson. (Inter Lake stafi photo.) Braves at State Mat Tourney Twelve members of the Flaliiead Braves wrestling team traveled lo Missoula early lodny, and met in Ihe; opening round of the slate wrestling championships at 1 .p.m. ai South Avenue gy.m- nasium. The Braves ploceu second in their divisional meet al Great Falls lale in February, and placed 12 wrestlers on Ihe slate wrestling flate. Bfvoie Olson of the Braves j w a s the only local wrestler !who drew a first place seedling seedling in the slate tournament and the in is lo on Crump Paces Idaho State Over Montana Grizzlies POCATF.LLO lOT -- Avt-nament at Buffalo. N. Y., i n ' o l h e r big factor in the easy ful Arthur C r u m p scored Â« ; 1954. '. Isu wi " was Ule ''ebound- poink for a new school vec- ,,,.,,,, Â«- T Â» T l r u i, c -' n g Â° f ce " teV Dc Wa J' nE . ord las! night and led Idaho I D A H O STATE hrokf a 6 -,Cruso. who pulled down 17.1 State University to a 111-83 6 (ie eari ' 'Â» l h e Â§ ame and Crump gathered in 14 o f f i Si" Skv Conference basket- weic n e v c r neaded Â«^veaft-! the boards, ball victory over Montana. er - Cn;lch Â·'"" ' Nau ' s s c u a d j tS'J out rebounded the forward led at t h e h s l f 51 " 37 ' [shorter Silvertips 63-43. I INIU IAKC 'I SPORTSl I alts i 6, bv virtue of his first place standing in the divisional tournament. PARTICIPATING in t h i state meet are: Duane John- i 'in of lead- The 6-4 senior hit 17 field goals, another During the second h a l f , ' The loss was^ Montana's school m a r k , and added en foul shots. He also the Bengal gymnasium scor-jGmriics was guard Tim Aid- Idaho State is 4-5 in Montana never got closer I 2 l h in a row. The Griz/.lies en foul Ants He also tied than 12 points. Pacing I l i e are now 1-8 in Big Sky play. '- - -- - - ' ' - ' the the. ing mark set by Frank Bur-'.rich, who his 19 poinli. Gary league and 10-13 over ,',Â», isess of Gonraga in 1961. JMeggeiin hit, 15 and Keith Reason. ' The old 1SU scoring record[Law 12. j Idaho State hosts Montana ' " rd John Briggs andiSUste in their final game of Bos-i Divisioniof 37 was shared by Crump Forws Basketball Scores By Untied Preif Inlern*llon*l CLASS C. HIGH SCHOOL TOURNAMENTS WESTERN DIV., MISSOULA Biqlork Â«, WhSUhall 40. Albeilon 61, Ennis SO. Willow Creek 7. Noxon II. Crenchlown M. Arlgs Â«. SOUTHERN D I V . . GREAT FALLS Hudyjtd 61, Moors M. Simms Si. Geyser 12. Cascade 49, SI. Lco'i 47. Joplin 38. Stanford 37. SOUTHERN DIV.. HAHLOWJOH Brondvtsw M, Â£d?ar 43. Manhattan 59. Hriharn 51. SI. I.Â«brÂ« Â«. KeUlone Â«. White Sulphur Sprlnsi 72, Fart ~ily 62. EASTERN DIV., GREAT FALLS Brockton M, Hintdale 50. ! Terry 76, Medicine Lake 71, I rd in the 0 divisjon meet; ^y. Harrison,|lrom Tom Lawrence, Rich Allen' and Tim Dennison, all ot^ jvvhom placed second in theiri ! respective weiglit classes in, Â·the division tournament. i John Sparr. Terry Ordish, 'and Eddie W'oessner, who! 'placed fourth in the standings- standings- The KalL-pell Church The Flalhead Braves a coached by Bob Olson f i v Neil Hart. . t n e "fi n;l ) s o f the _ Some 30 learns are ex- peeled to participate in the' I big tournament in the Gar- j iden City.