The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on December 12, 1976 · Page 13
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December 12, 1976 PAGE 14 HAYS DAILY NEWS Hays High Blasts McPherson With Explosive 4th Period One of the biggest offensive explosions ever displayed by the Hays Fligh Indians in recent years came in the fourth quarter Friday night at •the Hays Junior High gym. Coach Mike Leas' Indians poured in 34 points during the final eight mihutes and turned what had the making of a nip- and-tuck affair into a 74-53 rout over the McPherson Bullpups, "McPherson isn't quite as good a team as I had figured," said coach Leas who had some doubts when McPherson coach Jay Frazier stated. before the season, he wasn't going to have anything. "If they <jan get someone to help Jones, they'll get better," explained the Hays High head mentor about the Bullpups. Included in the big fourth quarter blitz was a 16-0 streak during the first three minutes which pulled the Indians away from a narrow one-point, 4039. The Indians, hitting 15 of 19 from the field for a blistering 79 per cent, were spearheaded by senior forward Randy Brehm. Hays had a 21-point lead with 37 seconds remaining in the game. Coach Leas credited the Indians' full court press as the cause for the uprising. "We had heard that the two teams who had defeated them this season came out the second half in a full-court press so we worked on it all week and It really paid off," Leas said. Not only did the great effort by Brehm net him 12 points in the fourth quarter, he also came away with six rebounds. For the game, Brehm finished with 18 points, and 16 rebounds. Taking scoring honors for the Indians and shooting an amazing 77 per cent from the field was center Dave Hays who had 22 points on 10 of 13 from the field and two of two at the line. Following Brehm in the score column was Bill Giles with 14. While the three frontline™ handled most of the scoring, the two guards, Kirk Maska and Hob Wlesner. were the Ransom Suffers 2nd Setback Of Season RANSOM — Coach Duane Feldkamp's Ransom Longhorns put up a good fight before falling to a good Jetmore team Friday night, 5952. The Longhorns suffered their second setback. They lost their season opener to Otis-Bison last Tuesday. After trailing 18-8 at the end of the first quarter, the Longhorns got rolling in the second quarter and closed the gap to one, 26-25, but just couldn't overtake Jeff Jarnagin and Co. At the end of the third, the Longhorns had increased their lead to six, 4135. Outdueling Jetmore's Jarnagin was the Longhorns' flashy Rocky Stegman who took scoring honors with 29. The Jetmore ace tallied 25. Stegman, among the area leaders, has now tallied 53 points in the two games. Ransom won the B-game 5631, and also the freshman game 43-33. Rick Sunley, with nine points, was high for Ransom in the B-game and Dave Store with 13 led the scoring for Ransom game. *• Kansum <!>•,!) Flax Stt-ginan. Hrinhmun... Nichnl l.ullers Hair tlcrndon ... Suppt'S Totals JrtmorrlSUI Jarnagin.... White. Kick . Clark Charles Ron While... Craghead . . Crabill in the freshman in, ft pf IP .... 4 I) 44 II . l« Hi 'i'i 52 25 8 111 4 •2 U 4 .22 15 L'l 5'J Russell Evens Record HOISINGTON — Russell, which was one of the top rated teams in early season polls, .used a tough defense to down Hoisington 48-33 Friday night 'and even their record at 1-1. "Defensively I was really pleased but we missed some good shots on offense," Kay Shank, the Broncos coach said. Sam Farmer, a 6-3 jumping jack, led Russell with 18 points and 14 rebounds. Although Shank praised Farmer's play he also commented on Steve Williams. "Steve only had four points but he had five assists and played great defense. He played a great-game as the floor leader," Shank said. Russell hit on 23-48 for 46 per cent while the Cardinals hit a cold 12-44 for 28 per cent. The Broncos also out rebounded Hoisington 34-24. One area that Shank said he wanted to improve on, was turnovers, and they will probably have to cut down on mistakes if they expect to have a top team. Russell committed 27 miscues compared to 26 by the Cardinals. RtTssell will be at home Tuesday night to take on the Abilene Cowboys, who were defeated by Hoisington last Friday. Russell also edged out Hoisington in the B game 5349. Hussvll (l«l fg fl pf lp Kicharil Tyler 4 0 1 H Hob Householder :i 0 2 6 Sieve Williams 2 (124 Kiincly Williams 1 2 2 4 Dennis Albrecht 2 0 2 -I Sum Karmer U U 2 III Item 1 Klilzke >l 2 2 4 Kurl ICggort 2 II 2 4 22 4 14 48 sparkplugs in making the full- court press work. The game's top scoring honors went to the Pups' 6-4 senior center Bill Jones who had 28. After hitting 44 per cent from the field in the first three quarters, the Indians finished the game with a neat 55 per cent, 34 of 62. The Indians didn't do quite as well at the line as they sank a low 50 per cent, six of 12. Paced by Maska and Giles, the Indians had a 16-9 first quarter lead, which was also their biggest until the fourth quarter. And the seven-point lead went down the drain quickly as the Pups scored the first three points in the third period. With 46 seconds remaining in the first half, the Bullpups took their first lead of the game, 27-26. A pair of free throws by Hays erased that, and put the Indians in front by one, 28-27, at halftime. With the Indians unable to take advantage of the Pups' mistakes caused by the full- court press, the score seesawed during the third quarter and with Hays dropping in a basket with three seconds remaining, the Indians went into the fourth with a 40-39 lead. The setback was the third straight for the Bullpups. The Indians, who travel to Great Bend Tuesday for another Central Kansas League battle, are 2-0. In junior varsity play Friday night, the young Indians pulled it out, 75-72. Scoring for Hays: Meier 16, Klaus six, Steffen 15, Moses one, Hobbs 18, Lowman two and Watts 12. For McPherson, Parks had . nine, Wann 14, McMurray 12, Widrig seven, Suenram six, Owens and Stewart eight, • Lewis and Friesen four each. lln.vsllit!h'(7l) Fg Ft Pf Tp Maska 5-8 0-2 3 10 Wiesncr 4-10 0-028 Wilbur 0- 1 0-0 I 0 Brehm 7-13 4-8 3 18 Giles 7-16 0-0 4 14 Hays 10-13 2-2 5 22 •Meier 1-1 0-002 Totals HmsinKtHH <:',;•,> Tim Keif Urad Zluicr Warren Miller Wayne Hoffman Leon Hoffman Kevin Stetler Totals Mtl'liorsim (5:>> Jones Estes Flickinger Koehn Landrurn Widrig Wann . 114-62 6-12 18 74 . 9-23 ....1-4 . . . . 3-8 3-8 . ... 2-5 . ... 2-7 0-1 10-10 1-3 1-2 1-3 2-2 0-0 (1-0 Totals 20-58 15-20 13 55 Depressed? Disgusted? Or Just Plain of the continually rising premium costs for health insurance? 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This plan pays up to $2,500 in lifetime benefits for alcoholism and drug addiction, as well as mental illness and disorders. FOR MORE INFORMATION SEND IN COUPON BELOW TO: Robert Hoff, Box 146, Hays, Kansas 67601 or call 913-625-3403 or 625-3316 Yes, I would like more information about your health insurance. I understand I am under no obligation. NAME: : STREET: CITY: STATE: PHONE: J Rebounding Strength Two Hays High players, Bill Giles (left) and Randy Brehm (21), go high to snag a rebound in the Central Kansas League battle at the Hays Junior High gym Friday night between Hays High Hoxie Beaten, 61-49 ST. FRANCIS — Being a new coach on a team that finished 8-13 a year ago is tough. But when you lose your all-state candidate to a football injury that's when a new coach really has problems. Hoxie head coach Gregg Teach is experiencing those feelings. "With out Niernberger our guys seem lost out there," Teach said. As a result, St. Francis whipped the Indians 61-49. Nienberger, a 6-5 center, and the reading scorer for the Indians, suffered a shoulder injury. , Both teams made the same amount of field goals, 20, but the Indians managed just nine charities compared to St. Francis, which made 21. Don Stange led the St. Francis attack by pouring in 23 points and Steve Confer added 16. Two bright spots for the Indians were the team's second leading scorer last season, Brick Brikett, who put in 16 points and junior Rick Weber, who also added 16. "Our team was shooting very well as Hoxie hit just 2068 for 29 per cent while St. 1 DonStangc DarylSchilz Steve Confer Bryan Cooper Totals llo.vir 1 491 Ken Eland Brick Prickett Jim Stewart Rick Weber Jon Karnes Rick Shipley Tom Meitel .7 2 7 2 20 2 7 3 6. 0 2 0 9 1 •I 3 21 2 2 0 4 0 0 0 1 2 3 D 12 5 5 5 4 4 2 3 23 b 16 9 61 6 16 6 16 0 4 0 Al Woodwyk Totals . Hill City Socks WaKeeney HILL CITY — Kyle Hawk poured in 26 points to pace the high scoring Hill City Ringnecks to a 85-69 victory over WaKeeney Friday night. Both teams had four people in double figures. Besides Hawk, Steve Gansal put in 15 and Reggie Jackson and Tom I Clark each added 14. Greg Hamilton tied for game honors with 26, while Neil Schreiner had 14, Mark Schwein 11 and Noel Schreiner added 10 for the Golden Eagles. Hill City oiitscored WaKeeney by 16 field goals, NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE Model H50 Come in and register. No purchase necessary. Will be given away Dec. 23rd. SEWING CENTER 620 East 8th - Hays shooting 50 per cent from the field. The Golden Eagles did manage to outscore Hill City from the line 25 to nine. "Hill City just shot' extremely well from the field," said WaKeeney coach Roger Barta. The loss drops WaKeeney to 0-2. The Golden Eagles did beat the Ringnecks in the B- game 45-42. more pick up 6 pt hill city - wakeeney IlilK'lly IK;,) (g ft pf IP Craig Morris 3 006 Kyle Hawk 12 2 4 26 Keggie Jackson 6 2 2 14 Keagan Matheny 3' 248 Tom Clark 7 0 5 14 Jerry Nix 7 I 2 15 Enjoy Sunday Dinner At The Mall Restaurant * SUNDAY BUFFET FEATURES * Fried Chicken Hickory Smoked Brisket of Beef Barbecued Spare Ribs Swiss Steak Homemade thicken and Noodles Open 11:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Sunday Complete Menu Service Also Available Steve Gansal Totals WaKeenf) (lilli Neil Schreiner Greg Hamilton AlvinBeydler Kick Balluch Mark Schwein Totals 0 2 38 !) 4 li 8 10 0 0 1 1 2 1 2 6 5 1 .... 22 25 5 •'? 1 . 0 1 3 1 1 4 13 2 Wi 14 *G I) 3 5 10 11 <a and McPherson. With the Indians dominating the boards, Hays won, 7455, as Brhem hauled down 16 caroms and Giles nine. Francis connected on 20-55 for 36 per cent. The loss dropped Hoxie to 0- St. Francis Ilil I fg ft pf tp Roger Urbes ..... 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Spearville 48 Coldwater 42 St. Francis 61 Hoxie 49 St. George 47 St. Xavier 41 St. Joseph-Shawnee 44 Miege 33 St. Mary's 47 Perry-Lecompton 46 Stratford 42 Sterling 31 "' Thomas More Prep 43 Pratt 42'. • •ir-.", , Tonganoxie600sawatomie41 ( .. :> Tri-Plains 63 Herndon 51 Tribune 58 Syracuse 49 •'; Valley Center 50 Circle 48 Valley Falls 55 Onaga 53 Valley Heights 61 Hanover 59 •' Washburn Rural 64 Hayden 47 Washington 54 Summer 46 Wathena 93 Jefferson North 64, ' '' Weskan 63 Golden Plains 33 Westmoreland 73 White City 50 Wichita East 78 Wichita West 64 Wichita Heights 100 Wichita South 74, • Wichita North 83 Garden City 60 Williamsburg 59 Waverly 53 Weskan Defeats Golden Plains WESKAN — Receivings one-two scoring punch, Weskan defeated Golden Plains Friday night, 63-33. • Supplying the two punches were Ray Engleman with-33 and Kevin Cox 25. 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