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PAGE 50 TUCSON D A I L Y C I T I Z E N Prep basketball Jones leads Cabs' comeback · FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1976 Cage Scores A A tourney By STEVE CHANDLER CJUten Sportswriter It couldn't be a better time for Flowing Wells High School to be in the business of winning basketball games and forward Jeff Jones has boosted the new enterprise. Caballero head coach Lee Engbretson is delighted with his team's recent turnabout from constant loser to AA- South contender, and credits Jones with adding immeasurably to the surge. "He's just really come out of nowhere," said Engbretson of his 6-1 senior star. "He's our best shooter, and now he's got his total game together. When he's got it going, we're in business." Two weeks ago the Caballeros were 1-10 on the season and appeared headed toward a season similar to last year's 7-16, which was fifth in the league. Since that time Flowing Wells has won three of five games and lost to AAA Sabino by only two points. Jones fired in 22 points against San Manuel and 17 more against Sabino and typified the defensive effort that Engbretson says the whole team is putting together. "We're playing with more intensity on defense," said Engbretson. "We're switching off both zone and man-to-man and discovering earlier in the game which one is working best for us that night." Tonight Flowing Wells faces Globe in the Caballeros' gym at 7:30. Globe is in fourth place in the league and 10-7 on the season. The Caballeros currently are fifth. "I think every team in our league is beatable," said Engbretson. "This Globe game is a crucial game for us because we have to establish Jeff Jones Cab leader that we can beat them before we go into the tournament." Under AA-South rules, all seven teams in the league play in the tournament for two berths into the state final AA tournament in March. Flowing Wells, beginning' with Globe tonight, has four straight league games at home, and Engbretson thinks that might be the extra break that can propel the Caballeros into third or fourth place. "I think we have a chance at third, but, realistically, we're going to be happy with fourth," said Engbretson, adding that fourth place would allow the Cabs to face the seventh-place team at home in the tournament's first round. Sunnyside in position to challenge Sahuaro **y BOB KEMP ns\tmri \AK «.-.., n ,i i tec \, . _ Prep Statistics Scoring Leaders Name, School a In ave fig Moore, Pueblo 16 422 26 4 43 Thompson, Sahuaro 17 378 22 2 34 Weslenburo, Cataln 17 342 Jl'j 30 Vann, Tucson 18 585 ill 31 poda,.CDO 16 37?' 20.5 27 Goslln, Rlncon 18 113 190 34 Wilson, Salpoinle T6 303 19 0 32 Carlllo Salpointe 17 315 \ss 28 Jackson, SR 17 306 180 27 Ziegler, Flwng Wlls 16 269 16 3 24 UA team leading swim event Special lo the Ciliten SALT LAKE CITY -- The University of Arii.^. swim team jumped to an early "°ad in the Utah Invitational here thanks to Gordon Clevenger and Ken DeMont. Clevenger and DeMont placed one-two in the 200-yard individual medley. Clevenger's time of 1:59.72 bettered the old mark of 1:56:404 set last year. Team Scores -- Arizona 226, Srlahani Youno 163, Utah 157, Colorado 81. Colorado State 72, Wvomlng M, oSWfl! UA 1 ; 2 r: 'S) V S5! a ?, r ' Bl a?esVu 5 ."rAJ; 2:02.0J. a FREESTYLE - 1. Rolan Ulah, 21.29. Z Van Arkel. UA. 2183 3, Chrlstotferson. BYU, 2.85. 1000 FREESTYLE -- l. sorlch. BYU, 9:53.6. I Thomas, Utah, 9:58.70, 3, Wilson, Ulah, 10:05.98. 400 MEDLEY RELAY -- 1, Utah [Shorts, Smith, Rolan, Anderson), 3:33.80. 1. BYU. 3:36.73. 3. Arizona. 3:38.35. Swim tourney in last week About 160 swimmers are entered in the last week of events of the Deb Secrist Invitational. Competition will be held in the tVand-under and 10-and- under age brackets tomorrow at the Lohse YMCA beginning at 9 a.m. By BOB KEMP Citizen Spartswriler Sunnyside high school wrestlers came up with good performances last night and currently is in the best position to give favored Sahuaro a battle for the AAA Southern Division title. The tourney continues tonight at 7 in the Sahuaro gym with the quarterfinal and semifinal rounds. Consolation rounds begin tomorrow morning at 10 with the championship slated for 8 p.m. Sunnyside scored 21 points last night, second behind Tucson by a half point, while Sahuaro is third with 19 points. The Cougars' score is somewhat misleading because they had six first round byes, which means additional points for them tonight. "We have to be satisfied with the way things went," commented Sunnyside coach Don Klostreich. "We didn't come here to fight for second place, and we believe we have a chance to win it all." The Blue Devils have 12 wrestlers in tonight's quarterfinals. Sahuaro has all 13 wrestlers competing tonight. pound, 145-pound and 155- Veroe. pmnea Doroan. Salpointe 3-M pound Weight Classes. Z'TMTM,-^? SH»:. !/*· Hernandez,' Mark Diebolt (138 pounds), Jim Cortese {145 pounds) and Mark M c K e n d r i c k (167 pounds) fill those weight classes for Sahuaro and between them they possessed a 25-0 record in dual meets this year. First Round Results n ^~.9 lje j ra ' Sunnvslde, bye, Neubold, fa'o Vtnfc. dec. Eaton, Amp hi. « (OT). Garcia, Tucson, bve. Klement, Sanla Rita, dec. Jones. Rlncon, 12-2 Thomas. Sahuaro. dec. Grvder, Calalfc na, 10-5. Lopez, Salpoinle, bve. Molina, Pueblo, bve. Spiers, Sabino, bve , TMs -- Orllx. Sunnvslde, bve. Nansel, SalDolnte. bve. Alameda, Cholla. dec Garcia, Palo Verde. 6-5. Terraias, Tucson, pinned Jones, Buena, 2:40. Obenauf, Sahuaro, bve. Cole, Caialina. bve. So- Unskl, Sabino, dec. Garcia, Rincon. 9-0 Gonzales, Pueblo, dec. Mattausch, Amphi, 14-1. , m .-- Garcia, Cholla, dec. Matlausch, Arnphi, 10-0. Burruel, Rincon, Dinned "eltkamn. Sabino, 4:30. Brilo. Pueblo, dec. Alllmarano, Salpointe, 3-1. Couche^ nour, Sahuaro, bve. McDoald, Cafallna, bve, Garcia, Sunnvside, bve. Mahado- con, Santa Rita, dec. Smith, Buena, 11-4 VerdeVi Tucs0 "' dec - K*l'ev, Palo IW -- · Zamorano, Pueblo, pinned Hot- phi, pivotal matches occur in tonight's quarterfinal matches as Sunnyside meets Sahuaro head on in the 138- -- · orano, u e o , pinned Ho ""an. Catalina, T:51. Alcarai. Amphi dec. Thurman, Rlncon, 4-2. Garcia, Cholla. bve. Cardenas, Salpoinle, pinned Manrlng, Buena, :33. DeBerrv. Tucson dec. Szarka. Santa Rlta/Sfl. Pace, Sabl^ ?°' nbve iH Blsl l 00 ' Sahuaro ' five. Solorio, Sunnvslde, pinned Manzo, Palo Verde, 72d -- Candelarlo, Sahuaro. bve. Santa Cruz, Rincon, pinned Hloglns, Sabino, 5:"- Comacho, Tucson, bve. Martinez, Amphi, dec. Sanchez, Pueblo, 4-3 HUD- pcnllnl, Sunnvilde. pinned Valenzuel£ Salpointe, 1:50. schaeter, Buena, bve Harper, Catalina, won bv torleit over Padgett, Santa Rita. Pettv. Palo Verde. r '?,r~ R °?rlsuez, Sahuaro, dec. Davis, Catalina, 12-5. Moreno. Pueblo, bve Mueller. Sabino, dec. Collins, Rlncon, 87. Archer euena, olnned McKIm, Tucson, 4:55. Garcia, Cnolla, bve. Pear, Pal ° Verde, bye. Harmon, Salpotnte. dec. Toro, Amphi, 8-6. Camacho, Sunnv- 5|d ^ pinned Hensiev, Santa Rita, 3:27 ^^"^^^^^1^ gKgffi n g. D g|SKNag£' ^ Dinned yrreutieta, Amphi, 4:46. Slealer Rlncon dec. Glenn, Santa RHa, 4-2 HaT tnett, Cholla, bve. Blanco, Caialina, bve Randall, Sabino. bve. Portcrlield. Bui: na, p/nned Heidal, Tucson. I'45 islas Pueblo, pinned Navarette, Palo Verdei Dls i ,"7 McKendrick, Sahuaro, dec B.arfleld, Buena, 9-4. Orleoa, SunnvsWe,' gTMed fasydv. Tucson, :50. Hens lev Santa Rita, bve. Rode, Palo Verde, bve' KlncaW, Amphi. pnned Luna, Cholla. IZi \% £?W na ' Pinned McRav. PeSita.p : iebK5 er '' SS " K "'"' ! ' "«' 167 --Poe, Sahuaro, bve. Keves, Cata- llna, bve Acosta, Tucson, dec. Scalf, Pueblo, 11-7. Torblaa. Palo Verde, dec Joseph, Salpoinle, 10-3. Caldwell, Buena, bve. Mlchaud. Sanla Rita, dec. Guerchon, Cholla, 16-8. Krawczak. Rlncon, Surinvside a 4 r -2 AmPhlf ""· HernanJ " : : V*ri R ° B iS l 'l t Tucso "j de c. Sheridan, Salpoinle. 11-3. Gonzales, Sunnvslde, c yc i lu arez ', Pucbl0 ^ bve. Rovbal, Santa Rita, pinned Lovelace, Buena, i?' Gu "l rre z, Amphi, bve. Freeman, Sahgaro, bve. Sharratt, Catalina, bve. Mason, Rlncon, dec. Wilson, Palo Verde, rh'*i'i~ "t^'', Tuoon - Pinned Ellenbeck, Cholla, :54. Iresques, Buena, bve Bacon, Sunnyside, bve. Kelley. Palo Verde, dec. Barlow, Santa'Rita. 3-1. Felix Amphi, pinned Salldo, Salpointe. 3 20 ^"-lon, l?fncon, bye. Obvi, Sahuaro Pinned Klewel, Sabino 3:35. Phillips^ Laraiinfli bve. Tr'?)mf n ~r A , nd | er5 ' , S nla Rlta l " mea Trulillo, Cholla, 1:02. Swank, Palo Verde, bve. Valenzuela, Sahuaro, bve. Sanchez, Catallna, ret. dec. over Mede- rano. Pueblo. Jones, Amphi, dec. Eth- ridse, Salpoinle. Valenzuela. Sunnvside. bye. Ahern. Buena, oye. Solelo, Tucson, pinned Boice, Rincon, 3-37 ·"·»«"· Here is a summary of the other Tucson-area games tonight: Pueblo (5-3, 11-6) At Sal- pointe (8-2, 13-4): Both teams are almost certain to make the West-League playoffs so this intense rivalry will be a jostling for position. Buena (4-3, 8-9) at Nogales (6-1, 13-1): The Colts from Sierra Vista have shaken off injury problems and caught fire lately but face what many consider to be the strongest AA team in the state in the Apaches. Cholla (J-4, 6-12) at Sunnyside (6-2, 12-5): Blue Devil stars Ken Morgan and Darrell Page return to the lineup tonight against Cholla in this critical West matchup. Sahuaro (4-3, 9-9) at Sabino (3-4, 7-11): The Sabercats are scrambling for that fourth playoff spot in the East and a repeat of their earlier upset victory over Sahuaro could leave them in good shape. Caialina (1-7, 3-14) vs. Tucson (3-4, H-7): at Palo Verde: Tucson needs this game to stay in West league contention. Palo Verde (3-4, WO): at Amphi 3-5, 8-9): This is a non- league game that provides both teams a respite from team league battle. Canyon del Oro (4-2, 8-8) at Bisbee (1-6, 4-9): This is a key AA-South game for the Dorados who are gearing for a run at first place. Mark Jung, 6-11 CDO center, will be back in action. East Cantorrtla, Pa., 61, Lock Haven 58 Clarion 71, Sllpoerv Rock 60 OowirnavL Nvadt49 E Nazarene 88. Gordon 65 Hartwlck?!, Potsdam 55 Hudson 75, Maine-Prllnd-Crhm 52 Indiana, Pa. 92, junMa a Kings PI. 79, Wanner 77 Marts! 77, Ramapo67 Marquetle 78, Manhattan » Merrlmacv it,, SuffciK « Nichols 70, Wor esti-r M 69 Providence 76, Niar iro .--7 QuinnipiacfiO, b CoonecK'.jt 75 Rhode Island Col 8J, f. Co iffcliiu! n RulDC-s86, W Virginia 74 Sacred Heart 93. SlonehlH 76 Sprlno Garden 66, Baptist Bible, Pa v, Stockton St 7J, Wilmlnoloo 54 South Alabama AM 80. Morris Brown 66 Albany SI, Ga: 98, Valdosta St 83 Baltimore Loyola 84. George Mason 70 Belhaven w, Millsaps 7i , Centenary 113, Hardln-Slmmons 94 Col of Charleston 76, Francis Marion Covenant 81, Marvville79 ElonffiPfelfferTB Ersklne 89, Wofford 86,4OTs Fort Vallev S1 88. Knoivllle 77 Georgia Col 75, LaGrange 72 ·jarnoton Inst 84, LIvtnostoneT? High Point 105, Limestone 79 Jacksonville 79, Samlord 65, OT Johns Hopkins 8Z Urslnus 68 Lamar 92, Louisiana Tech 66 LamauthPv, Trevecca 88, OT Libertv Baptist 84, Bowie SI si Marshall 74, Morris Haroev 64 Mar5Hill78,Leno| r Rhvne68 McNeese St 75, Texas-Arlington 6) Mllllgan W, Clinch Vallev 54 NE Louisiana 88, s Mississippi 72 !llsburv st 68. Washlnatcn Col 63 SW Louisiana 86, Arkansas St 84 Term. Weslevan 41, Carson-Newman 57 Towson SI 70. Ml. St. Marvs 63 Midwest Augustana 88, S Dakota 83 Dakota 5)65, Black Hills S\ Elmhurst 55, Wheaton 54 Huron 93. S Dakota Tech 71 Jamestown Col 105, Mavvllle St 98 McKendree 94, Harris Teachers 68 Michigan Tech 94, Moorehead, Minn 77 Mlnol St 62, N Dakota Science 5V Mo-Kansas Cltv 83, Mo. Southern 64 Morningsltfe 81, S Dakota SI6B Southwest o Arkansas Col 80. Arkansas Tech 78 Ark-Monti eel lo 68, Ouachlta Baptist 42 Bishop 96, Huston Tlllctson 70 Cent Ark. 70, Col of the Ozarks 66 Henderson 72, Hendrlx 69 Howard Payne 78, U of Scl. a. Arts 70 Southern St, Ark. 85, Harding 79 Far West Azysa Pacific 67. Cal Polv Pomona 65 / CaI Baptist 115, Point Loma 96 California 73, dregon SI 72 Chapman 85, Pacllic Christian 76 E Oregon 98, Lewrs-Clark St B4 Hawaii 80, Puget Sound U Llnfreld 88. WhitmanTw CDO, FW favored Special lo the Citizen DOUGLAS -- It's the same old story in the AA-Southern Division as far as high school wrestling goes. 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