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 - Braves Wrestling Unit Takes Shape Les Rickey...
Braves Wrestling Unit Takes Shape Les Rickey Flathead High's matmen, hoping for a higher finish than last year's better-than ever third place, open the wrestling season Dec. 1 in Butte. The varsity has 20 meets this year before the Class AA state meet at Billings West on March 5-6. The tough schedule for this year's Braves includes a two- ""! class; and Bruce Ewing, Another who ,,- . TM . - - tion, Paschke petition last year with a broken rark r.Ma r 1«_ ,,, l^!',^* he ' sinthe "»TMn£fcr Dick LaMarr, a 155-pound the 126-pound title this season. grappler, and Jim Mann at US Dan Fisher and Greg Harris are two outstanding juniors who could help the Braves in their will be contenders for the state quest Harris is a senior and title this year, Paschke thinks. Fisher is a junior. »s Colorado Dumps Air Force By 30 looking fans. intercepted set period. . "s Braves includes a two- _,. day tournament in Cut Bank on VlCtOrV IS Sweet Dec. 11-12, three meets in two £ days in Helena and Great Falls on Jan. 15-16, and two meets in the same day in Great Falls on Jan. 30. "We hope to gain a lot of experience before the state meet," Paschke said Friday inoutlining the year's hopes. "We tMnkit's vital to the program if we're AIB FORCE ACADEMY, registered only two first downs going to challenge the confer- Colo. CAP)- Colorado shook off inthe first half, oneresuttte ence powers." earlier disappointments to play from a Buffalo penalty. The conference powers, as its best football in the season Jon Keyworth ~ " Paschke: sees them, are defend- Saturday in vanquishing 10th pound ing^ch^xH^Grea^FaUsPublic, ranked Air Force 49-19. whose It was the third strafeht tri- '^ ^^ Buffalo drives all after- The Brave* moot fh, ra~" ""* for * e Buffaloes who put noon ' scored two of the win- at home on"tec.Taodagain^n a BOUr en(Kjl « to the regular sea- w^s seven touchdowns. Jan. 16 in an evening match in Great Falls after meeting Russell High in the afternoon on the 35 " s was *· seconddefeatfor same day. Ai r Force after nine victories Billings West is on tap Jan, whUe Colorado wound up with a 30 as the first meet in a double- Wiecori. meet day in Great Falls. Btl- Colorado's ferocious attack lings Senior is the second con- rocked Air Force with four test touchdowns in the second quar- Missoula Sentinel, coached by ter. The Buffaloes, whowerefte the state's winningest wrestling top rushing team in the Big coach, Jug Beck, is scheduledto Eight conference this season, be in Kalispell on Feb. 20 for scored twice on pass plays of 42 an evening match. The Spartans and 63 yards, host Flathead on Jan, 9. Early in the game, Scott Flathead High finished third Hamra, A i* Force defensive in the state last year, its best back, grabbed a Colorado fum- finish in 13 years. Wrestling in hte on the fly and ran 90 yards MDntana is a comparatively new for a touchdown, high school sport, withClassAA After that the contest was all separation coming only two Colorado until midway in the a BOUT ending to the regular sea* «* S ^ *"»-- could lend the "winning the football and . wer is senior basketball titles could give us a Stedje, who was third in the little momentum as far as e at 115 pounds his sopho- goes," Paschke said. "We tope , le f r ^ H "".o^of" 01 "- to turn in a creditable perform- Don Christensen and Kevin Calnan are assistant coaches. VAHSITY SCHEDULE Dec. 1--At Butte, 4 p.m. Dec. 5--Great Falls Public here, 7 p.m. Dec. lt-12--Cut Bank tournament. Dec. 19 -- Missoula tournament. Jan. 7-- Libey here, 8p.m. Jan. 9--At Sentinel, 8 p.m. Jan. 15--At Helena, 8 p.m. Jan. 16 -- Russell at Great Falls, 2 p.m. Jan. 16 -- Great Falls Public, there, 7 p.m. Jan. 21--At Llbby, 8 p.m. Jan. 23 -- Columbia Falls, here, 8 p.m. Jan. 30 -- Billings West in Great Falls, 2 p.m. Jan. 30-- Billings Sr. in Great Falls, 4 p.m. Feb. 5--Russell, here, 7 p.m. Feb. 6--At Columbia Falls, 8 p.m. Feb. 19-Hellgale, here, 8 Feb. 20 - Sentinel, here, 8 P.m. Feb. 27-At Hellgate, 8p.m. March 5-6--State tournament ... grabbed its early 7-0 lead, Colorado scored on a 42-yardpassfromJimBrat- ten to Willie Nichols. Near the end of the period, Colorado struck again mostly on ground plays starting from its TM--~v own 31, and Bratten scored on at Billings West the first play of the s econd quarter, a 7-yard run. Keyworth scored the first of his two touchdowns on a 30-yard dash through the line to climax a 60-yard push by the Buffaloes. John Stavly gave Colorado an- rri »T ~ i * o Normal Bill Carr, who won the state ecuted their best drive of the championship in the 185-pound game going 72 yards with Bob weight class last year, is re- Parker passing the last five turning this year to give the yards to Mike Bolen for the Braves a boost in the higher score, weights. " All of the Biffaloes* scoring Also back are Neil Jacobson, drives covered 54 yards or more second in the 88-pound classlast except one which resulted from year and wrestling at 112 this an Air Force fumble on the ca. season; Steve Sloan, a 175- dels' 35. pounder who won second place So powerfully did Colorado last year, Marty Hafer, a sec- squelch the usually touted Air ond-place winner in the 108- Force attack that the Falcons VWJHIUWTJJ g«a*c ^UIUKISAJ cut" L*t.WIsTON t IcLtlhO CAP) -other scoring opportunity by in- Steve Nelson bucketed 31 points tercepting an Air Force pass on Friday to pace Lewis-Clark his 4 0. Normal S chool to a' 95-51 basket- Although the Buffaloes lostthe ball triumph over Montana ball on downs on the Ai r Force 28, Tech. they got it back again on an Air Nelson, who sat out most of Force fumble and Paul Arendt, *e second half, canned 24 Colorado's re serve quarterback, points during the first half when ran 15 yards for the score. Lewis-Clark romped to a 53-31 The Big Eight team's fourth halftime lead, touchdown of the second period Ted Acker man led Montana came on John Tarver's 5-yard Tech scoring with 21 points, smash that capped an 83-yard Lewis-Clark is now 1-0 and drive. Montana Tech is 0-2. SNOW TIRES

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  1. The Daily Inter Lake,
  2. 22 Nov 1970, Sun,
  3. Page 11

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