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Hides......................................................05 Dale Mattingly Hits Clincher For Wildcats (Concluded from Page 1) court quickly and Ken Tromley, who hit the last-second basket that beat city-rival Central Catholic two weeks earlier, fired from the side with three seconds left and the rebound came back into the hands of Gregg Sturm and Tromley for a jump ball with one second showing on the clock. The ball went up and was tipped and the buzzer sounded before Larry Cobb got his shot away. It was an uphill battle most of the way for the Wildcats as the Alices came out keyed to a high pitch and out-hustled Jasper throughout the majority of the game. This was especially noticeable in the first half of play when the smaller smaller Alices were getting second and third cracks at the hoop. At the half the Alices had 11 offensive rebounds rebounds to just three for Jasper. Cats Take Early Lead Jasper got out on the Knox coun- tians at 9-4 early in the game but they couldn’t make the advantage hold up as Vincennes tied the score at 9-all with 3:54 left in the period and then fronted, 15-11, at the rest stop. The Wildcats fell behind by margins margins of seven, eight and finally 10 points. 33-23, late in the second stanza. stanza. Jim Denton’s three-point play cut the Wildcats’ halftime deficit to seven, 33-26, Vincennes. Jasper came back to outscore the Alices, 15 to four in th* third period. Mick Ties Score Mick Stenftenagel, Gregg Sturm and Jim Denton closed the gap to 33-31 Vincennes, early in the stanza but were unable to draw even until the 2:02 mark when Stenftenagel’s basket made it 37-all. Stenftenagel hit again and Jerry Schmidt followed up his missed shot for a 41-37 Jasper advantage at the third quarter break. The teams were deadlocked at 43, 45 and 51 in the last period before Mattingly hit the clincher with seven seconds left on the clock. Mick Stenftenagel led all scorers with a 27-point performance. He hit 50 f * of his shots with 12 baskets in 24 attempts and three of five charity charity tosses for his total. Jim Denton finished with 10 ASTRONAUT PICKUP— -This Island In the tower on the giant aircraft carrier Enterprise, used as a recovery ship in orbiting of a Those four rows of diagonal bars are part markers. Johnson Paces Alices Jim Johnson led the Alices with 17 markers, including eight points in the last hectic quarter of play. Larry Cobb, his running mate at guard, chipped in with 13 points and Hershell Biehl added 10 points. Bob Green, six-foot center, fouled out in the last period with 6:27 left to play. He was a workhorse on the boards while he was in the game. Jasper’s victory came at the charity charity line as both teams finished with 21 field goals. The Wildcats counted counted 11 free throws in 20 attempts for 55'i. Vincennes wound up with nine charity tosses in 14 tries for 64%. Wildcats Outshot Coach John Dotson’s charges got 16 more cracks at the basket than their SI AC rivals. The Alices hit 21 baskets in 71 attempts for a .296 norm. Coach Paul East’s quintet hit 21 field goals in 55 attempts for a shooting percentage of .382. Jasper, after getting away to a dismal start on the boards, managed to out rebound the Alices, 43-34 Vincennes Vincennes had 18 offensive rebounds and 16 defensive rebounds. JHS finished finished with 13 offensive and 30 defensive defensive rebounds for the night. Jim Denton led both teams in rebounding with 14 while Mick Stenftenagel hauled in 11. The Felines finished with 14 errors errors while the Alices made a dozen. Vincennes, a much better ball club than their 2-11 record indicates, plays at Evansville Central tonight. Jasper, now 11-5 for the season, meets Jeffersonville at the JHS gym tonight in what promises to be another another tough assignment for the Cats. Jeff, after leading Bedford almost all the way and by as much as 14 points, lost a two-point decision to the Stonecutters last night, 60-58. NICE AUSTIN, big snakes are bad Memorial south Texas snake, the United States, nonpoisonous, rattlesnakes, rodents. R FOOD Some Texas longhorns have a horn spread of six feet

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  1. The Herald,
  2. 27 Jan 1962, Sat,
  3. Page 12

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