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Area Basketball Effingham And Horton Tie For Big Five Loop Crown By JIM KEAN Effingham tied for the Big Five championship Friday night wilh a 63-47 63-47 63-47 victory over Sabcthi a I Effingham. Effingham. This is the first lime since 1MB that Effingham has had a share of tho title. The Tigers haven't had sole possession of the conference conference crown since 1933. The Tigers fought to a 15-13 15-13 15-13 lead at the end of the first period but opened up 3U-20 3U-20 3U-20 margin at the half. Effingham continued to pull away In the third quarter »j It outscored Sibelha 17-10. 17-10. 17-10. Iieading 47-30 47-30 47-30 at the start nf the final peri- peri- tbe Tigers connected for an other. 16 points against-the against-the against-the 17-point 17-point 17-point Sabetlia output in the lasi frame. Ray Schnclc led the Tigers with 28 points oo 10 field goals and eight of 11 free throws, Wayne Sutter, Bill Blide, and .Richard Git-kison Git-kison Git-kison eadi had seven. Effingham 4fl percent of its field goal attempts and 75 percent on free throws. Bill Jones led Sabelha wilh 13 points. Rich Ayers had 10. Sabclha 34 percent of its field coals and 50 percent of its charity losses. Horton Drops Hiawatha Horton ilowned Hiawalbs 39-49 39-49 39-49 to lie for the Big Five conference Crown with Effingham. Horton fin ished Ihe Beasan with a 7-1 7-1 7-1 con ference record. Hiawatha jumped off to a 14-U 14-U 14-U lead ot the end of Ihe first period but could not maintain the pace. Horton outscored the Indians 16 8 In the seond frame to take a 27-23 27-23 27-23 half time lead. The Hornets began to pull away In the third quarter as they added three more points to their lead, Horton' led - at the start ol Ihe final frame, Horton hit 18 to 15 for Hiawatha in the fourth period Jim Kelson was high man of the contest with 33 points for Hor ton, The - center hit six field goals and free throws. Struoc led the Indian attack with 7 points in six field goals and five charity tosses. Griffith had 11. Miawalha won the B game 4D-3: 4D-3: 4D-3: Everest Sinks Reserve 70-56 70-56 70-56 Everest defeated Reserve Friday night at Reserve. Til ings toe* command early m 1 contest and were never pressed. Everest opened up a 2013 lead in the first period. The Vikings Hit W points to seven for serve in the second frame to lead 38-20 38-20 38-20 at the intermission Reserve outscored the Vikings 17-12 17-12 17-12 in the third quarter to chop five points from the Viking lead Everest led 50-37 50-37 50-37 at the atari of the final frame. Everest scored 20 and Reserve 19 in Che fourth quarter. John Smith and Dennis Flaltre led me Vikings with 22 point* each Smith hit six field goals and 1» free throws. Flaltre connected m 11 field goals. Larry Tilton had 1«, with 18 on six -field -field goals aod six free throws. KlrkendaU had 17. Reserve won the B game 57-J4 57-J4 57-J4 confer- Fairview Nips Troy of the game. TGe Trojans held a 1B I7 edge at the end of the first period and 40-37 40-37 40-37 at the half of the hard fought contest. Fairview cut one point from '.l-iu '.l-iu '.l-iu three point Trojan lead in the third period, Troy led 58-56 58-56 58-56 at the si art of (he final frame. Fairview out-scored out-scored out-scored the Trojans 16-12 16-12 16-12 in the lounn period lo lake the two point Mike Wiltiamiaii was hi-'h hi-'h hi-'h nmn wilh 21 points for Hie Trojans. He was movxH by Harold Dillenback witn a and Tom Twomblv 14 Scoby led the Fairview attack with 22. Slrahm had 21, Carter 13, and Rogers 12. Troy won the B con test bo-51. bo-51. bo-51. Valley Wins League Title Valley Falls won the Jefferson County title Friday night by rto- rto- featir.g McLnuth 50-43. 50-43. 50-43. Vallev last won the league crown in 1951. i Anderson sanik two free throws with 17 seconds left lo put j'ragons aneaa 50-16, 50-16, 50-16, Tom Cs-hit Cs-hit Cs-hit a jump shot wilh seven soconds remaining to bring the final score to 50-48. 50-48. 50-48. Valley Falls led IT-IS IT-IS IT-IS at Hie piw! of the first period but trailed 29-24 29-24 29-24 at half time. Wayne Fericll played an outstanding defensive game, notuing Steve Cadud to eight pouiis in tng urst half, Caduo Is the leading scorer on Ihe Me- Me- Loutli team anil one of tha ton in the state. All ot Caduc's poinls In tho first half came on free throws. Valley closed the gap in the third period and trailed 35-M 35-M 35-M a the start of the final frame. Hilling ut ii cnanty losses in the 1 period, Valley outscored Mr Loulli 15 to 12, Valley finished the regular sea. son with a 13-3 13-3 13-3 record and a 12-2 12-2 12-2 record in conference piny, M c . Louth and Perry tied for second m the league with 11-3 11-3 11-3 records. valley won the B conloat es.ii The Dragon B team finished with 12-3 12-3 12-3 season rcconi, •'alley will enter thn Hieing playoffs at Seaman on Wednesday. Wednesday. The Dragons will meet Osage Powhattan 67, Midway 54 Midway of Denton closed out It* season with a 67-54 67-54 67-54 less in iw. hattan at Powhattan Friday night. Powhaltan opened up a 2M1 lead In Hie first quarter and was never In serious trouble. Both teams had trouble scoring In the second period. Midway triilet! lfl 30 at the half. The third, period was jurt at disastrous disastrous as the first for the Eagles as tfcey were outscored 7-9. 7-9. 7-9. Powhattan' Powhattan' led 7.8 at the start of the final quarter, Both teams were hot In the finat period. Powhatfan hit 20 and Midway, Tom Tiirpln of Midway was high man for the night with 9 poinls. Libel had 11 for the Espies, Pollock Pollock led Powhattan with 21. Sell-ueU Sell-ueU Sell-ueU had 19 and Pflsler 11'. the third period to make the score 48-42 48-42 48-42 at the start of the final quarter. Highland hit 20 and Mor- Mor- n.l 12 in the last frame. Mike Griebat of Morrill was the loading scorer in the same with 3S points. He was followed by Mc- Mc- uuirc wim n. Highland placed four men in Ihe double figures. Leadine t h e pack was Rush with 21. Hunsaker Hunsaker had 18, Stewart 15, and Smith 12. The a tie lead record Tho a row had points But une series. both only The lie closed York Jim North had re-hounds points, Perry Trips Oskaloosa :,'! 46 (AP)-Third-ranked ending The lead, entire Terwil-liter's m a two put seconds Duke. Hill the Ifoy-man, opho-niore, with ina to make the <Fn,v jt,, ,, C' I start of the finat quarter, j Perry downed Oskaloosa Friday right at Oskaloosa for second place in the Jefferson Urunty league with McLojth. i-orry i-orry i-orry led 14-13 14-13 14-13 at the end of the first qarte-r qarte-r qarte-r and built its' lead to seven .point*, 32-25 32-25 32-25 at the half. Bnch team scored 21 poinls the second half, perry .hit 14 oskaloosa seven in the lliird wriwi i The scoring was reversed In ihp final period as Perry hit set,™ Wogner led Oskaloosa with 23 points (o take high honocs. Ten-penny Ten-penny Ten-penny was high for Perry with 19 Roberts had 14 and Oroke 10. Fiutterby Pint In San Felipe ARCADIA, Calif. ( APJ-FIuller-by. APJ-FIuller-by. APJ-FIuller-by. APJ-FIuller-by. APJ-FIuller-by. the favorite, edged out Olden limes in Ihe drive to the wire Saturday and won the $59,200 San ,7*7 7amli™P ' ' emerged the ? t0J,c,Bt ln lhs comin8 Santa Anita Derliy, wven a rousing ride by Johnny (Grandpa) Lonillon ttJ n<,iif„„. nia-brcd nia-brcd nia-brcd colt owned by (Janada's Alberta Ranches hauled down Uie ,iuu winners purse, while Wire , a iOnc shot, wn l-hlrrl l-hlrrl l-hlrrl hfhmil Olden Times. I Morrill Loses To Highland Highland defeated Motrin 54 Friday night to elo« out the season season for the Bluoilreak*. Highland led throughout the con test. Leading ;«-:o ;«-:o ;«-:o at the end of the regu- regu- Crut period, the Blue streaks Tro-1 Tro-1 Tro-1 matched their, first period output m. ■ 'to lake a 32-34 32-34 32-34 half time lead, Troy 1*4 Lb U» wrlj »Ug«» j MorrLU oulacored HighMcx) lt-1* lt-1* lt-1* TOW IN SERVICE 71* DAY OR N1GUT BERRIDGE'S VELVET QUALITY MILK AT VOUB QROCER FRESH DAILY points, half. 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Clipped from The Atchison Daily Globe19 Feb 1961, SunPage 5

The Atchison Daily Globe (Atchison, Kansas)19 Feb 1961, SunPage 5
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