The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on December 15, 1976 · Page 20
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The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas · Page 20

Hays, Kansas
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Wednesday, December 15, 1976
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December 16,1976 PAGE 22 HAYS DAILY NEWS In CKL Basketball Giles Leads Indians To Victory GREAT BEND - Hitting well from the outside, Bill Giles pumped in 29 points to head the Hays High Indians' scoring in a 72-58 Central Kansas League win over the Great Bend" Black Panthers Tuesday night. The 29 point output was the Indians' best scoring punch this season, and it was quite an outstanding task, as the lanky senior forward had a case of the flu, and had been in bed all Tuesday morning. "I thought for a while he was going to get sick right out there on the court," said Hays High coach Mike Leas after the contest. "Bill wasn't the only one down with the flu. We had two others that missed a half day of school." "I think we played good, heads-up ball, but maybe because of the sickness, our timing was a little off," explained the Hays head mentor, checking over the number of turnovers. Although the flu bug had an effect on the Indians' timing, it sure didn't bother their shooting eye. They finishing with 64 per cent from the field. Recording the best shooting percentage once again was center Dave Hays. The 6-4, senior dropped in seven of 11, boosting his three-game percentage to a nifty 69 per cent. Hays also had four of five from the line, giving him a total of 18. Also with 18 for the Indians was Randy Brehm. Keeping the boards clean is Brehm's specialty. Adding 14 more rebounds to his total, he now has 45, for an average of IS per game. "Those three big guys really hurt us inside," said the Great Bend coach Don Ducan. '"They dominated play, and they did everything they wanted to," said the Great Bend boss, who also said he can now see why the Indians are the favored to win the CKL. As was the case in their first two outings, the Indians slarted off slowly, but came on strong in the fourth quarter. Panthers Pounce On Norton, 47-40 PHILLIPSBURG — In a good defensive battle,, the Phillipsburg Panthers outlated the Norton Bluejays, 47-40 in a Mid-Continent League encounter Tuesday night. The taller Panthers had trouble getting started and at halftime-trailed by eight, 1810. Outscoring the Jays 18-9 in the third quarter, the Panthers took a slim 28-27 lead to start off the fourth. Gary Robinson, although far from his 17 point average, led the Jays with 12 points. Doug Wiltfong was high for Norton with 13. Kurt Forell had nine as Phillipsburg won the B-game, 39-27. Phillipsburg made ,it a complete sweep as it won the girls A game 47-28 and the B- game 26-10. Phllllpsburg(47) IK ft P' tp Henderson 3 4 0 10 Hubbard 5 1 3 11 Vanderplof 1 1 3 3 ~ ' ' ' 0 4 12 329 Robinson 6 Bocve 3 Bush . .101 Totals 19 9 14 47 Norton (40) Hartman 2 4 3 8 Wiltfong 5 3 5 13 Brenner 4 1 1 9 Brown 3 2 3 8 Runford 0 2 0 2 Totals 14 12 13 40 The Tuesday night battle was no exception as the Indians couldn't shake the pesky Cats until midway In the third quarter. With 3:56 left in that period, Giles, the team captain, sank a free shot after a technical was called on a Great Bend player. The gift shot broke a 40-40 tie, and sent the Indians on their way. Giles followed seconds later with jumper from the side, and during the next three minutes, the Indians outscored the Black Panthers nine to four for a lead of 52-44 to start off the fourth quarter, • The Indians maintained a 10-12 lead throughout the fourth quarter, and with eight seconds remaining, Giles on a three-point play, gave the Ellis County boys their biggest lead, 15 points, 72 J 57. Although the Cats managed to deadlock the contest at 40- all in the third quarter, the only time they were in front was back during the early going of the first quarter. After the first eight minutes of play, Hays led 16-10, and at half time, 36-31. Giles, with his favorite shot, the jumper from deep in the corner, kept the Indians in front during the first half. He tallied 16 of his 29 points during the first two quarters, The Black Panthers who showed a lot.of promise, also had three in the double figures. They were Kurt Keller, the leader with 14, and Kevin Dunlap and Joe Krestine with 11 each. In rebounding the Indians had a 35-24 edge. The No. 2 rebounder for the Indians was Hays with eight. He was followed by Giles with seven and Kirk Maska with five. The junior varsity battle went to the young Cats by a score of 65-40. B-team scoring: Great Bend — Vossen 16, Wooster eight,. Feist 12, Pinkell three, Perry 10, Huslig and Manneke four each, Sparks five and Hickerson' three. Mays High (72) Fg Maska 2-5 Wiesner 0- I Wilbur 0-0 Brchm 7-14 Giles 13-21 Wall .0- 1 Hays 7-11 Ft pr TP 1-325 2-2 5 2 0-130 4-4 3 IB 3-5 1 29 0-030 4- 5 18 Totals 34-53 14-20 20 72 Great llcnd <58> McDorman 2-12 0-024 Holt 2-7 1-225 Dunlap 3-7 5-7 1 11 Murphy 2-5 2-3 1 6 Keller .\.6-8 2-3 4 14 Krestine 4-9 3-7 4 11 Light 1-2 1-233 Vossen 2-4 O-.l 1 4 Totals 20-54 14-25 IB 58 Everything ORDERED SOLD Mhe BARE WALLS Sav&Qyo TO 50/0 MORE SALE NOW IN PROGRESS CENTURY AC/DC 295 AMP WELDER Regular "639.95 SALE $, T/A r BIKES! ) PRICES | SIASHED! / Mote Cross LfiaJKL 111 GOLD GIFT MYSTERY PACKAGES Wilt 86 SOID FOR ONLY $2 00 DURING THIS SAIE DIAMONDS AND WATCHES INQUDED IN EACH SHIPMENT Ottwr Pockogtl Contain J«w«lry, Pfrfum* and Oth«f VoluobU Olh Hunt. (wry M^tUry BOB Containi GvoronlMd Volun Will Worth 12.00 to $5000 of Mar* Comt In Pick A Pockagi Only. 10.000 JKTKA VOTES ON f ACH PACKAOf • BIKE PARTS 50% OFF Dealers Welcome BONDED Brake Shoes Reg. $6.49 s.1,'4 49 — .——•-—-^Jj CHRISTMAS GIFTS TOR EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY j^^j^^^i TOYS MOVING FAST SO HURRY WHILE WE STILL HAVE A GOOD SELECTION. sus^s^WVIsiViBBllB RUBBER-MAID KITCHENWARE 50% OFF ^•^••^Be^lM 'STEREO EQUIPMENf At Cost And Below TIRES G78-14 678-15 $ 2r 4 . WHY WAIT FOR SUMMER? FISHING GEAR FOR DAD AT COST AND BE10W I*»N THE IDEAL V< CHRISTMAS GIFT 1 PERSONAL CARE ITEMS AT BIG SAVINGS PREMIUM Brake Shoes ) Reg. $8.99 DIST. CAPS VOLTAGE .REGULATORS LESS THAN '/2 PRICI EVERY ITEM AT BARGAIN PRICES SAVINCS! PAINT AND PLUMBING SUPPLIES 115 Main Street WaKeeney, Kansas STORE HOURS: Weekdays 8:30 to 8:00 HI CHRISTMAS Sundays 1:00 to 5:00 WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Fred Sherwoodl Owner Phone 743-5629 Rebound Coming - ; Hays High's Dave Hays (51), although trouble out-rebounding the Great Bend off-balance, still manages to snag a crew and won the Central Kansas rebound away from two Great Bend League game at Great Bend Tuesday players, Joe Krestine (51), who is 6-5, night, 74-55. and Bob Holt (31). Hays High had no Week-end Specials Prices Effective Thru Sat., Dec. 18 FROZEN FOOD LOCKER RENTALS AVAILABLE DEBONAIRE COOKI EIGHTH WEEK (wmi Each $3.00 p*rch WARE PROMOTION ; lf e) 1 Qt. Savce Pan $2.99 Free Hams To Be Given Away Each Saturday. Whimrs Of Hams CIvMi Away Sat.', Doc. 1 1 An: 1. Mrs. Norman Drafting, Victoria 2. Mrs. Margarot Bleker, Victoria STOCK UP FOR 16-0i. 7-Up, Coke or Dr. Pepper THE HOLIDAYS on..i.89< •In D«f*»H Wo Have Gift Certificates Homemade eejio Sausaae Citter i.. 5 ! 1 ' Homemade Braut Wurst ib. s l 29 Bulk, Mixed A Seasoned Beef & Pork u> 99 C Boneless '2 Hams ib. $ l 69 Smoked Picnic Hams u, 79 C Horihey Reg. & Mini ', 2-0 Choc. Chips P?,59 e Horihoy !•"»• -f Oc Choc. Syrup.... Z cam to Dream Whip 6 B«89 e •V"" *•»« $029 FloUr Bag L Homemade * • on Liver Wurst ib $ I 29 Prune Juice *<* 57 C i'ST" * $100 JellO Boxot I w^uts X89< Reynolds 1&Jt\ *m Wrap 3 Roils 99 e Criseo '£ $ 1 S9 Lindsay, La. Pitted Ripe Olives 2c..,88 c Brown's Best, Croat Northern ... Beans. 2 n,.. 98 C Kraft French ., _ Dressing i~ 89° Kraft Miniature , A1/ A A lO'/i-Oz. A Ac Marshmallows . . 4 PV B ». TT O.W. Powdered or . ,. Brown Sugar Pk g ! 59° Maxl Cup ... Parkay p«g! 59 C Party Flake Dinner Rolls... 3 Pk,.. $ l°° Oranges 20 Fw 99 c Red or Oolden Del. Apples 3 u... 99 C Christmas Beef A Pork link Sausage . i. $ l 39 U-Oi. (am SchlitzBeer - t °» $ 4 98 $129 (Save $1.38 Cow) 6 Pack I , Whole Hams i*.*!" Shank End u s l 15 Butt End u, $ l 19 Othor Specials In Our Store. Chock Our Bulletin Board For More Specials FARMERS CO-OP STORE , Bestyet Franchise Store • Victoria, Kansas

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