Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 3, 1976 · Page 11
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 11

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 3, 1976
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Big Cherokee Second Half Ousts Carroll By Myron Williams DENISON - The Carroll Tigers played a tough first half, but they were blown out of the game in the fourth quarter, suffering a-73-48 Class 2A district tournament defeat by the Cherokee Braves here Tuesday night. The Tigers wind up their season at 11-9. One bright note for Carroll, they won five out of their last seven games. Six seniors played their last game in Carroll uniforms. They were Dirk Lloyd, Dan Onken, Delane Hutcheson, Lee Tenold. Dave Sunderman and Cliff Stroh. . . Tiger Coach Denny Lokken said he felt the game "was much closer than the final score." The Braves outscored the Tigers 20-8 in the last four minutes of the game. "I didn't think we could contain their big people and we didn't. They were just too much for us," Lokken commented. "Also, they might have been a little flat in the first half and we might have been a little tired from Monday's game," he added. "We only had scoring from three starters. We needed more balanced scoring from our people," stated the Carroll head man. "Todd Pettitt kept us in the game in the second half. He ended on a high note," said Lokken. Pettitt fired in 24 points. Fourteen of his points were netted in the second half. The quick Carroll guard shot six-for-six in the fourth' quarter, hitting four of those buckets in a one minute flurry to draw the Tigers within 11 points. "This Cherokee team is by far the best team we've played all year," acknowledged Lokken. Cherokee is now 15-2 for the season. Carroll refused to fold in the first half,'coming back from a 16-8 deficit to trail, 25-22. at intermission. But in the second half. Cherokee started going to the basket on the offensive boards and fast breaking to outscore the Tieers. 48-26. Lloyd was the only other Tiger besides Peltitl to score in double figures. He swished in 12Doints. Two Braves combined for 52 Carroll Daily Times Herald Section B Carroll, Iowa, Wednesday, March 3, 1976 Page 11 points. All-stater Dean Schnoes tossed in 24 points and sophomore Steve Mahnke pumped in 28 points to lead all scorers. Box Score: Cherokee FG FT PF TP Schnoes 11 2-3 3 24 Te Holton ... 3 2-2 1 8 Mahnke 13 1-4 2 28 Ti Holton.... 10-0 22 Schwier 24-418 Hansman ... 1 0-0 1 2 Witcombe... 01-2 01 Grant 0 0-0 0 0 Totals 31 6-15 10 73 Carroll Lloyd FG FT PF TP 6 0-0 0-0 Onken 4 Hutcheson .. 0 0-2 Pettitt. 11 2-3 Edwards 0 0-0 Tenold 1 2-2 Olerich. 0 0-0 Petersen .... 0 0-0 Sunderman . 0 0-1 Stroh 0 0-0 1 12 2 8 2 0 3 24 1 0 0 4 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 Totals 22 4-8 14 48 Scoring by Quarters: Cherokee.... 16 9 20 28-73 Carroll 10 12 10 16-48 A Nervous for Terps' Driesell By The Associated Press It's nervous time for,Lefty Driesell. He's calling California for help, talking about' losing and discussing other job opportunities. ' In other words, it's time for the Atlantic Coast Conference playoffs. The ACC teams begin shooting in anger Thursday night in Landover, Md.. with the Maryland basketball coach as shaky as a rookie. Considering past results, he has a right to feel that way. The last time Maryland won the ACC tourney was way back in 1958. In 1972.. 1973 and 1974. the Terps advanced to the finals but lost each year by close scores. The situation the frustrated Driesell calling John Wooden in Los Angeles for help. "Wooden's had such ultra success, I wanted to see how he prepared." said Driesell about the man who won 10 national championships at UCLA. "We talked for about an hour." At the same time, Driesell talks negatively about his the ACC tourney. "I don't want the players to think they have to win, or that the season would be a flop if we lose," said Driesell. "We have a 21-5 record and even if we lose, 21-6 is not bad. Heck, I'm not going to be fired if we lose. If I am. I can get another job —.better than this one,'' Driesell hasn't been actively seeking a new job, but admit- ted: "I'll go anywhere for a couple of million dollars a year." The ACC playoffs are one of several underway this week. Tonight, the Southern Conference continues with its semifinals at Greenville. S.C.. pairing VMI against Appalachian State and William and Mary vs. Richmond. Along with the Southern Conference finals and the'ACC curtain-raiser Thursday night, the Ohio Valley Conference will hold its semifinals at Bowling Green, Ky.; the Southwest Conference will go into its second round in Dallas and the Metro- Six will open at Louisville, Ky. ELKS'CLUB STAG NITE Thursday March 4 Stag Nite Smorgasbord or Steaks to order from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Boys' District (Class 3A Thursday) At Fort Dodge: Kuemper (15-2) vs. Fort Dodge (7-12). 7:30 p.m. (Class 2A Results Tuesday) AtDenison: Cherokee 73, Carroll 48 (Class A Results Tuesday) At Fort Dodge: Manson 84, St. Bernard of Breda 80 AtHarlan: Manilla 79, Manning 61 At Onawa: West Harrison of Mondamin 60, Lake View-Auburn 59 OT. In addition, the Eastern College Athletic Conference will start first-round play in three regional tournaments — the New England at Springfield. Mass., the Metropolitan at Princeton, N.J.. and the Upstate New York at Syracuse. The fourth ECAC tourney, the Southern Regionals. will begin Friday night at Morgantown, W.Va. In action Tuesday night, Temple and Hofstra advanced to the second round of the East Coast Conference playoffs. An 85-69 victory over Rider moved Temple into a semifinal meeting against St. Joseph, Pa., in Philadelphia's Palestra Friday night. 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The Bulldogs host Tulsa Thursday and Wichita State Saturday. Both ganics start at 7 : 3 5 p . m . in Voter ans Memorial Auditorium. In a frustrating year, the Bulldogs were 0-12 on the road. They are 7-18 overall and 2-8 in the conference. Tulsa stopped Drake. 103-83. on Jan. 22. Wichita State, the conference co-leader, is at Bradley Thursday before meeting the Bulldogs. Wichita State rolled Drake. 95-78. on Feb. 19 behind the 28 points and 19 rebounds of 6- foot-10 center Robert Elmore. "We want to win these last two. climb out of the MVC cellar and put a positive note on the tag-end of this season for next year." said Drake Coach BobOrlegel. "We can beat both teams at home if we will just put forth full game efforts and shoot well." Ortegel said the Bulldogs "haven't stopped Elmore yet. I have to believe that Hod Littlepage and Paul Mellen would like another chance at that. "Elmore completely dominated the play down there. We have to put the stopper on him." Drake's lineup includes Ken Harris and Wayne Kreklowat the forwards. 7-foot Littlepage at. center and Napoleon Gaither and Earl May at guards. Tulsa is expected to start Dan O'Leary. Bob Okiv.esik. Tom Vincent. Leon Alvoidand Jim .Edelen. By ThejVssociated Press Sophomore slump? Don't tell that to Brian Winters or Phil Smith. The two 6-foot-4 backcourtmen are having too much fun in their second year in the National Basketball Association. Winters, one of four players obtained by Milwaukee in the deal which sent Kareem Abdul-Jabbar to Los Angeles, scored 12 of his 28 points in overtime including the winning basket with three seconds left to give the Bucks a 111-109 victory over the New Orleans Jazz Tuesday night. Smith, meanwhile, scored 23 points in the second half to lead Golden State past Buffalo 100-93. He hit five consecutive baskets in the fourth quarter to give the Warriors the lead for good. Elsewhere in the NBA. it was Seattle 109. New York 105; Washington 128. 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