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E8-Paltn Beach Pdst-Times. Sunday. December 12, 1976 J?n D: TRIM'S AREKA Shot Wright's Late run rivrce Gives Mustangs Win NORTH SHORE (60) - Wright 6-2-14, 0, Michell 7-5-19, Stallworth 5-2-12, Allen Harper 0, Brooks 3-0-6, Maloney 0, Clay Scott 0, Jackson 0. Totals 25-10-60. FOREST HILL (58) - Harris 4-0-8, Tate 1-2-4, Jackson 0, Weisberg 0, Deutsh 0, Newton 1-2-4, Patrick 9-1-19, C Jackson 0-1-1, Johnson l-0-2, Young 6-4-16, Hart 2-0-4. Totals 24-10-58 North Shorst 14 20 11 14-60 Forest Hill 18 n u 17-58 Keeps Win Skein Going VERO BEACH - Fort Pierce jumped to a quick lead and waltzed to an easy 82-47 win over Vero Beach last night. The victory boosted Fort Pierce to a 3-0 record for the young season, while Vero Beach fell to 2-6. Four Fort Pierce players scored in double figures in the lop-sided game that was never in doubt from the opening minutes. Alvin Miller, who had 14 against Leonard Friday night, was high last night with 16. Cecil Bembry scored 14, Jackie Robinson added 12 and Willie Redden accounted for 10. The quartet of Bembry, Robinson, Miller and Redden was just too much for Vero Beach, both in scoring and rebounding. Quick-Starting Gators Win Second Straight Dante Wright's baseline jumpshot with two seconds remaining enabled North Shore to stave off Forest Hill's bid for upset and led the Mustangs to 60-58 nonconference victory. The score was tied, 58-all, when Wright, a 5-foot-9 guard drove the right side and hit the 10-footer. The game was tied numerous times and the lead changed hands over a dozen times. North Shore, 4-1, fell behind in the first quarter, 18-14 but came back and outscored the Falcons, 20-11, in the second period to lead at half-time, 34-29. Both teams traded baskets in the third period and the Mustangs clung to their five-point lead, 46-41 before the final stanza began. u at imst we. wont Hir any our op bounds u Tornados Storm to Win Over Lancers, 81-66 PALM BEACH GARDENS -Palm Beach Gardens took a quick 11 -point lead in the first quarter and went on to defeat punchless Pahokee last night, 88-68. It was the Gators second straight triumph after losing their first three games of the season. The Gators, who led 25-14 after the first period, increased their lead to 44-29 at the half. Pahokee was minus its first eight players because of the football playoffs. Kenny Boggs scored 19 points and Alden Wilder added 18 for the balanced Gator attack. Also in double figures for Gardens was Bruce Guy-ton with 12 and John Bivins with 13. Stafford Everette, a junior varsity player, led the Blue Devils with 30 points, all from the field. The Gators dominated the rebounding department by grabbing 58 to the Blue Devils' 42. Wilder had 14 rebounds and 6-foot-3 Jeff Gaines added 10. Palm Beach Gardens, 2-3, will face Forest Hill Tuesday night in a Suncoast East game. Pahokee, 1-3. doesn't play again until Dec. 27. PAHOKEE (66) - Hannah 2-1-5, Everette 15- 0- 30, Hobson 2-0-4, Biggs 7-1-15, Banks 5-4-14 Totals; 31-6-68V PB GARDENS (88) - Shelton 1-0-2, Guyton 5-2-12, S. McCray 1-0-2, Williams 3-1-7, Thomas 10-2, Wilder 9-0-18, T. McCray 1-2-4, Tucker 1- 1-3, Ga.nes 2-0-4, Boggs 9-1-19, Bivins 5-3-13, Staggs 1-0-2. Totals 39-10-88. Pahokee 14 15 14 25-68 PB Gardens 2S 19 19 25-88 Not until the fourth period when Fort Pierce was substituting freely did Vero Beach outscore the visitors. The Cobras, who squeezed out an 80-75 win over Leonard in its last outing, was a well-oiled machine against Vero Beach which had three players in doubles figures, including 10 by consistent Jerry Jones. High-scoring junior Darryll Mitchell scored 19 points and Wright added 14 for the Mustangs. The Falcons were led by Keith Patrick's 19 points and Chris Young chipped in with 16. LEONARD (66) - Little 6-2-14; Brown 7 3-17; Johnson 1-0-2, Jackson 5-6-16; Sherrod 3-1-7; Vincilette 1-3-5; McDade 1-3-5 Totals 24-28-66 POMPANO BEACH (81) - Sumser 4-0-8; Turner 1-0-2; Smith 8-1-17; Jackson 7-0-14, White 6-2-14; Taylor 3-2-8; Lloyd 1-0-2; Heck 1-0-2; Z. Wallace 7-0-14; P. Wallace 0-0-0. Totals: 38-5-81 Leonard 16 10 17 23-66 Psmpano 22 16 21 22-81 POMPANO BEACH - The Pom-pano Beach Tornados steamrolled 81-66 over Leonard last night, boosting its record to 7-2. The loss dropped Leonard to 2-3. Four Tornados keyed the victory over the Lancers, each scoring in double figures. They were Randy Smith with 17 points, and Mike White, Zeke Wallace and Scoop Jackson, with 14 points each. Jerome Brown was high scorer for the losers with 16 points. Pompano led from the start, increasing its lead to 38-26 at halftime. Leonard made a desperate move to :atch the Tornados in the second half, but the rally fell far short. The Falcons, 0-4, were hurt by foul trouble as Young, Steve Hart and Sam Newton all fouled out. Both teams made 10 free throws but Wright's field goal gave the Mustangs a 25-24 edge in that FORT PIERCE (82) - Snell 1-0-2, Adams V 0-2, Merick 4-2-10; Bembry 6-214, Robinson 6-0-12; Cook 1-0-2, Brown 3-0-6, Gaskm 1-0-2, Miller 8-0-16. Hatcher 1-2-4, Redden 5-0-10, Richard 1-0-2. Totals 38-6-82, VERO BEACH (47) - Idette 0-1-1, Jones 5-0-10, Dunn 1-0-2, Gregory 4-2-10; Chambliss 6-2-14, Ross 3-2-8, Hayes 1-0-2. Totals 20-7-47. Fort Pierce 20 24 24 14-82 Vero Beach 7 15 10 15-47 FREE! MIflDIPIE Haines Hits for 34, But Raiders Defeated MOTOBECANE World's Leader in Sales Production & Engineering Come in & Register for 50L. No Purchase Necessary. Must be 18 or over To Register Drawing Dec. 23, 1976 MOPED MASOR IMC. - Sales & Rental Ocean Mall Singer Island, Fla. 844-1166 Pan American Tire Co. (Gillette) 4 riHEs yELECTRIC ) I1A1 1 RACKET H (Sfttl 9f$ i yHAVER VJ HOLIDAYS ) gsIVjf jSffi yd lmIcew f j Fffiflwi S?5r?ff hot doggert " '''"-k" vniMMIiifiNvHlril pas GILLETTE AMBASSADOR FOR 4 PLY POLYESTER CORD $88 108 iSH l 1 l ' 4 FOR C8-14 78 14 E 78 14 4 FOR quarter. Five Glades Central players fouled out in the fourth period and the winners made 17 of their 33 free throws in that quarter. Fort Myers jumped out to a 14-point lead in the first quarter, but the Raiders got within one, 19-18, at the end of the period. They went ahead by three at halftime, 45-42, and stretched their lead to 11 points in the third quarter. The Raiders still led with 2:05 to go, but fouls and free throws doomed them to another loss. GLADES CENTRAL (80) - Chambers 5-0-10, Haines 16-2-34, Staples 1-0-2, Perkins 2-0-4, Sheppard 3-0-6, Weston 1-0-2, Mason 5-7-17, Strachon 1-0-2 Totals 35-10-80 FORT MEYERS (87) - Terrell 5-7-17, Laster 7-5-19, Peterson 4-4-12, Fulcher 3-5-11, Newton 1-0-2, Bonds 1-3-5, Purvis 2-5-9, Carter 1-0-2, Perity 1-4-6. White 2-0-4 Totals 27-33-87 Glades Central )l V 20 15-80 Ferl Meyers 19 23 20 H-17 Boca Raton Races to Win DELRAY BEACH - A taller Boca Raton squad took command of the backboards against a cold-shooting Atlantic team yesterday and rolled to a 65-48 victory. It was Boca Raton's second triumph against as many losses, while the Eagles fell to 1-3 for the season. Besides its inability to hit consistently from the field, Atlantic was hampered by an ankle injury to Tim Cornelius in the second quarter. Cornelius, who scored 25 points against Pahokee Friday, went to the sidelines after the injury and returned in the third quarter despite being in obvious pain. The Boca Raton attack was carried by John Haynes, Lawrence Strainge and Elijah Haddock who also dominated both backboards. Haynes was high scorer with 15 points, while Strainge and the 6-foot-5 Haddock had 14 each. Ed Potts kept Atlantic in the game until the third period when Boca Raton raced to a 19-point lead. Potts, who was high for the losers with 11 points, sat out most of the third period with four fouls. He returned in the fourth quarter and fouled out. BOCA RATON (65) - Green 4-1-9; Haynes 7-1-15, Haddock 7-0-14, Lowe 2-0-4; Strainoe 5-4-14; Ounlap 3-0-6; Lawkawskl 1-1-3 Totals 29-7-65. ATLANTIC (48) - Cornelius 2-0-4; Bryant 4-1-9; Bush 3-1-7, Heath 4 0-8; Potts 4-3-11; Cottey 0-1-1, Moseley 1-2-4, Gary 2-0-4. Total! 20-1-48. Boca Raton 10 13 25 17 - 65 Atlantic II 9 9 17 - 48 JV Boca Raton 71, Atlantic 53 John Carroll Stops Jupiter Christian JUPITER - John Carrollltook advantage of cold-shooting Jupiter Christian last night to post a 65-33 triumph for its third straight win of the season. Mark Tets worth scored 13 points and teammate Scott DiMartino added 10 for the Rams. Jupiter Christian, 1-1, was led by Jeff Galloway and Carl Perkins, each scored 11 points. JOHN CARROLL (65) - M. Tetsworth 6-1-13, Powell 1-1-3, Devine 4-0-8, Jenkins 2-0-4, Williams 3-1-7, Nelson 3-0-6, Butt 2-0-4, V. Tetsworth 1-2-4, Sikarskl 1-1-3, Ostun 2-0-4, DiMartino 4-2-10. Totals 29-7-65 JUPITER CHRISTIAN (33) - Galloway 4-3-11, Davidson 0, Carl Perkins 5-1-11, Rood 2-1-5, Chris Perkins 0, Blair 0, Call 0-2-2, Pinkham 1- 0- 2, Roode 0, Mollenhauer 0, Myers 0, Forthsye 1- 0-2 Totals 13-7-33. John Carroll 17 14 1 18-6S Jup. Christian S 5 10 11-33 King's Kolls Past Everglades, 88-35 King's Academy, led by the 28-point effort of Don Tillman, overwhelmed Everglades, 88-35, yesterday for its second victory without a loss. Brothers Randy and Robbie Loveland scored 12 points each for the winners and Steve Husted added 10. High scorer for Everglades, 2-4, was Roger Daniels with 15. EVERGLADES (35) - Daniels 7-1-15, Burgess 4-0-1; Wood 1-0-2; Stockner 1-0-2; Butler 3-0-6; Green 1-0-2 Totals 17-1-35. KING'S ACADEMY (l) - Au 3-0-, Hutted 5 0-10, Thomas 3-0-4; Tillman 11-4 21; Jones 3-1-7, R. Loveland 6-0-12; Robbie Loveland 6-0-12; Hoskins 2-1 5; Thompson 1-0-2. Totals 41-6-88 Everglades 11 4 12 4 - 35 King's Academy 30 16 20 22 - 18 FORT MYERS - Jeff Haines scored 34 points last night, but that wasn"t enough to prevent Glades Central from suffering an 87-80 loss to Fort Myers. Haines, a 6-foot-3 junior who plays guard and forward for the Raiders, hit 16 baskets and two free throws to take game scoring honors. Barney Mason added 17 points for the losers, now 0-2, and Rufus Chambers finished with 10. Fort Myers took advantage of the Raiders' inexperience in the fourth Delaware Suspends NFL Lottery WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) - Delaware Lottery Director Peter M. Simmons announced yesterurday night he is cancelling all wagers on the state's football betting lottery, Touchdown II. Simmons said in a prepared statement that bets on all Touchdown II tickets dated Dec. 12, 1976, are void. He said a wager refund program will be announced Monday. Simmons cited published reports quoting gamblers as saying the betting line on the Dec. 12 card was bad as the reason for suspending the wagers. "During the past three days, persons of questionable reputation have, together with the media, created an atmosphere of doubt with respect to this week's Touchdown II game," Simmons said. He added that comments concerning the published Scoreboard line could create undue influence on players' team selections and their bets. "We believe the line as published was fair for both the state and our players," Simmons said. "We believe at this time that the media and its sources may have created an imbalance in normal betting patterns which could have a devastating effect on our players or the state, depending on the ultimate outcome of the games." ; The Delaware football lottery is set up in such a way that it could have to pay off much more than it takes in. Published reports about the lottery having picked the wrong favorite in two games and missing the margin in three others had apparently sparked heavy betting. "The line is way out of whack," said one Wilmington shop owner who sells the tickets. "We had one professional gambler come in today and bet $4,100.". Simmons said he took the action under the Delaware lottery law which gives the director authority to act "when the gambling element may influence the state operation." "It appears to me that events of the past three days are symptomatic of that kind of situation," Simmons said. Tigers Win First Game CLEWISTON - Elijah Lee and Rick Reddish sparked the Clewiston Tigers to a 68-58 triumph over Jupiter to win their first game of the season. Lee scored 16 points and Reddish 12 as the Tigers snapped a five-game losing streak. The Warriors, 1-4, were led by Bobby Merrill with 12 points. JUPITER (M) - Merrill 5-2-12, Dorwaben 9 0-18, B Salery 6-2-14. Madison 1-0-2. Bullard 0-1 I, Anderson 1-4-6, J. Salery 1-3-5, Totals 23-12-58 CLEWISTON (68) - Redish 6-0-12, Lee 7 2-16, Franklin 4-0-8, Cooks 3-1-7, Jimenei 7-0-14, Carter 3-1-7, Pittman 1-0-2, Totals 32 4-68 Jupiter 1 14 16 19-58 Clewiston 15 17 14 22-68 JV Ctuwiston 64-34 G'l 14 G78 1 5 H78 14 H78 15 AH Whitewoll Tvbe!e Pncvt plut Fed E TotftomSl 74 to S3 08 pe depending on sue ond trode-trt hret of youi cot fREE T IRE MOUNTING AND ROTATION WITH TIRE PURCHASE RRAND COOE 333i GILLETTE SPRINT GT 70 2 Nylon Cord Pliet 1 Rayon Belli I ;H , II jt$ i&BB. "--J Jlffi SPORT flwl SPECIAL imfwlifi&i 4 PlY Nn0N C0R (MffM $711 VWm 4F0R cnA IT $gn 600 15 M M PAN AMERICAN TIRE IS FLORIDA'S LARGEST TIRE DEALER WE WILL MEET OR BEAT ANY OTHER MICHELIN DEALER'S PRICE! '56 $76 0701 4 E70 14 F70-14 G70-I4 G70 IS r( H70 14 H70 15 rOK All (j'xet raised hil loiieit pivt rd t '01 Iron' I 9i 10 1 0 dp-ffj."tj, ar l.re t.ir and trade) .n in of you' (01 H(Et TlBt MOUNTING & ROt AT ION WITH URt PURCHASE AH Blotkwoll lubfien P.k plumed t. lo. 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