Clipped From The Daily Inter Lake
Whitefish Five Riding High Whitefish, under the guidance of Rome Schauble. will take a season's record of 12 wins, 8 losses Into the Class B district tournament next weekend. The Bulldogs started the sea-, son in strong fashion and early ( in the campaign, boasted a reri ord of 6-2, the defeats coming at the hands of Flathead Coiynty High School, a class AA school. But, the road became rocky after after that and the Bulldog?'' ended the conference season wAh an 86 86 mark, good enough to tie Columbia Columbia Falls for third, place. Gary Smith, Jim Beaker and Mike McNellly have been the three big scorers for the Bulldogs all season. But, the trio had able help from Docg Knapton and Lauren BuckJand, usually the other two members of the starting starting five. The reserves came in for their ihare of appreciation. They were Dick Stoll, Dan Paolini, Paul Hinman, Hinman, Duane Hartman, Ken Phillips Phillips and Gordon Conn. i Whitefish was involved in many j close games the past season and Â«arly in January extended the Northwest Conference champion, Ronan, down to the final seconds before succumbing, 37-34. The Bulldogs, during the conference conference season, beat Libby Pol- eon and Eureka twice each and split two games with Mission and Thompson Falls. On the loss side the Bulldogs were defeated by Columbia Falls' and Ronan twice each and Thompson Falls and Mission once. / Schauble will 'probably start Knapton, Baker, McNeilly, Smith ind Buckland against Thompson Falls in Whitefish's first tourney Same. PAUL HINMAN DICK STOLL WHITEFISH BULLDOGS, left to right, are Manager Jim Murphy, Gary Smith, Dan Paolini, Duane Harnnan, Doug Knapton, Jim Baker, Mike /IkNeilly, Paul Hinman, Kenny Phillips, Lauren Buckland, Buckland, Gordon Conn, Dick Stoll and Coach Rollie Schaubie.