The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on December 15, 1976 · Page 21
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Hays, Kansas
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Wednesday, December 15, 1976
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HAYS DAILY NEWS I'A(JK *) December 15, 1976, Notre Dame Win i ! Proves Costly > By OttEO AlELLb ! : DPI Sports Writer .Ijlotre Darnels 78-65 victory Tuesday night over Indiana, tjie defending NCAA cham- pjbn, was impressive, but it was also costly. • The fourth-ranked Irish lost • starting guard Ray Martin for the season when the 6-foot-l senior broke his ankle early in the second half. "We won a ball game all right," Notre Dame Coach Digger Phelps said. "But the Saddest part of it was the loss of Ray Martin. He's a great kid and didn't deserve this unfortunate accident." Martin, a co-captain, led the Irish in assists and steals last year' and was one of Notre Dame's best defensive players. Notre Dame's victory over No. 19 Indiana was sparked by Tribune Tops Sharon 71-50 TRIBUNE —A 23-point first quarter "spearheaded the Tribune Jackraobits to a 71-50 win over Sharon 'Springs Tuesday night. - TThe Jackrabbits were led in the scoring by Kevin Young who tallied 26 points. •Tribune also came 'out on top in the B-game, 71-58. Tribune (71) fg ft Kevin Young 12 2 Schneider 8 1 Peter 3 0 Robertson 6 0 Pierce 1 0 Sloan 2 1 Misheler 0 0 Kris Young 1 1 ratals...: 33 s 9 71 Sharon Springs (511) D.Bussen 1 002 G.CoX 8 0 I 16 J.Cox 5 0 3 10 Plane 1 002 Keistcr 4 0 4 '8 Sharp 20 3 4 Elder 0 0 0 t) (Jnruh 1 0 0 2 B.Bussen. 3 006 Scott 0 0 0 0 Totals 25 0 11 50 substitute center Toby Knight, who scored a career high 23 points and grabbed 12 rebounds in sending the Hoosiers to their third loss' In four games. The Irish took advantage of numerous Indiana turnovers in the first 10 minutes to jump to a 21-10 lead.- But Indiana rallied behind Kent Benson, the only returning starter from last year's 32-0 team, and freshman Mike Woodson to close the deficit to 35-33 at the half. Indiana committed 22 of its 30 turnovers in the opening half. "We got in a bind tonight because of our handling of the basketball," Indiana Coach Bobby Knight said. "In the last seven or eight minutes of the first half there was an improvement in the ball handling. It was enough to get us back in the game in the first half, but overall it made the difference in the game." Notre Dame increased its lead to 10 points with 12:18 remaining on Knight's crowd- pleasing slam dunk shot. Notre Dame's biggest lead was 60-47 with 8:18 left when Dave Batton, who finished with 18 points, scored on a layup. Don Williams added 15 points and Bruce Flowers 10 for the Irish, who won their sixth game without a loss, only the fourth time in the last 30 years Notre Dame has won its first six games. Elsewhere, Wayne "Tree" Rollins scored 22 points and Stan Rome added 20 to lead undefeated, No. 14 Clemson, 60, to a 98-67 rout of Buffalo, and Gre. Ballard scored 17 points and grabbed 17 rebounds to help No. 19 Oregon beat Cal State Fullerton 61-51. , Rhode Island also won its sixth game without a loss, beating Robert Morris College of Pittsburgh 52-43 behind Sylvester Williams' 24 points. Switzer Shoots Phil Switzer (15) of the Bogue Bluejays arches a shot over the outstretched arms of Quinter Bulldog Jim McDaniel. McDaniels' defense of Switzer was a major factor in the upset as Quinter downed Bogue in the Bluejays' home court Tuesday night. Quinter Sneaks Up On Bluejays Wheatland Wrestlers I Defeat Yuma, Colby ; "ATWOOD — Coach Richard [Henderson's Wheatland IfJchockers were 2-0 in the 'double dual wrestling get- Itogether last week. ;i ,The Shockers defeated ;Yuma, Colo., 43-18, and edged ;Colby, 36-34, while boosting •ffieir overall record over the .'500 mark. I- Atwood also went 2-0, as it idefeated Yuma 61-3, and ;Cplby58-5. •; "Coach Henderson has three •members of his team un- Idefeated. They are Cletus Zerr ;in the 105 pound class, Kirk ;Chapin in the 119-pound class, : b9th with 7-0 marks, and : Larry Cox in the 185-pound '.class with a 6-0-1. !'• .Next action for the Shockers ;will be at the Plainville In• vitational on Saturday. ' Leoti, Lincoln, Victoria, ^Plainville, Grinnell and :Wheatland are entered in the ;Plainville affair. 1 Wheatland vs. Yuma 98-pound class — Dale ' Manhart won by forfeit. : 105-pound class — Cletus : Zerr decisioned Dave Seedorf, \10-0.. • 112-pound class — Roy Feldt decisioned Kit Robertson, 6-3. : 119-pound class — Kirk !Chapin pinned Rick Korf in second period. .' 126-pound class — Jim Powers was pinned by Steve Montgomery in first period. ! 132-pound class — Kirk Priefest was pinned by Andy ; Herman in first period. •; 138-pound class — Don iTruetken pinned David Oz: man in the first period. ; 145-pound class — Mike fGillespie pinned Wayne •Derrick in the first period. •<: 155-pound- class — Brian ; Packard was pinned by Barry J-Boughman in the first period. '" 167-pound class — Russ Cox ;pinned Jeff Neb in the first iperiod. !; 185-pound class — No icontest $ Heavyweight — Terry Cox »'won on a forfeit. •: ' Wheatland vs. Colby i; 98-pound class — Dale ;• Manhart was pinned by Bill J-Price in the first period. ;>.. 105-pound class — Cletus •'Zerr won on a forfeit. •; U2 : pound class — Roy Feldt >pinned Martin Lewis, in the :'first period. ;» 119-pound class — Kirk ;JChapin pinned Tim Anderson •j!in third period. 'it 126-pound class — Jim Powers was pinned by Kevin Walters in first period. 132-pound class — Kirk Priefert was pinned by Clair Schrock in third period. 138-pound class — Don Truetken pinned Quin Pence in the second period. 145-pound class — Mike Gillespie was decisioned to Dave Bielser, 10-0. ' 155-pound class — .Brian Packard was pinned by Rick Cork in second period. 167-pound class — Russ Cox was pinned by Jeff Ostmeyer in first period. 185-pound, class — Larry Cox won on a forfeit. Heavyweight — Terry Cox pinned Don Moore in second period. BOGUE — With a combined 46 point output by Quinter's Jim McDaniel and Jim Wittman, the Quinter Bulldogs defeated the No. 1 ranked Bogue Bluejays, 70-62, in a well-played battle Tuesday night. The untested Bulldogs, having played only one game before taking on the Bluejays, came from behind. They trailed by two at halftime, 3028 and at the end of the third, the Bulldogs had taken a 52-47 lead. McDaniel finished as the game's leading scorer, as the big guy dropped in 26 points. Wittman was close behind with 20. Arnie Carter, the No. 2 scorer with an average of 24.5, was high for the Bluejays with 22 points. Also in twin figures for the Jays was Dave Gustafson with 10, and for the Bulldogs it was Jeff Crist with 12. The Bulldogs are nowX2-0, while the Bluejays are 2-1. Quinter made it a clean Bogue (621 fg Carter ................... 9 J Gustafson ................ 5 0 Hooper .................. I 0 Stclhen .................. 3 •! Switzer ;.";,; ...,....'....., 7 1 Davignon ...... , ......... 2 0 Towns ................... I 0 Totals 28 6 Quinter (70) Crist 6 0 Geyer 2 2 McDaniel -12 2 Wittman 9 2 Schwindt 1 0 Press i 2 0 GOOD NEWS DINNER SPECIAL. Enjoy our delicious submarine sandwich, crisp salad and your favorite soft drink... OR Treat yourself to real Italian Spaghetti, crisp tossed salad and your favorite soft drink OFFER GOOD DAILY 11 A.M. TO 1:30 P.M. THICK OR THIN AT.,.. DELIVERY SERVICE CALL 628-2222 Mi:/:/, 2405 VINE HAYS HOURS Sun. Thors. I 1:30 a.m - ) 2 p.m. Fri. Sat I 1:30 a.m. I a.m. Maravich, Ernie D. Put Record Numbers In Hoop By GUEG A1ELLO UPI Sports^ Writer They were the most productive games ever for two guards who sparked their teams to important victories Tuesday night. Ernie DiGregorio scored a career-high 36 points in leading Buffalo to a 108-99 triumph over the Phoenjx Suns. The victory broke Buffalo's four-game losing streak and was the team's first win since all-pro center Bob McAdoo was traded to the New York Knicks last Wednesday. In New Orleans, Pete Maravich scored 51 points, the best of his seven-year NBA career, to help the Jazz defeat Kansas City in the first ^ame under new head coach Elgin Baylor. Phoenix Coach John MacLeod was impressed with Buffalo's performance without McAdoo. '"I think, without McAdoo right now, they seem to be a better team as far as moving the ball is concerned," MacLeod said. "But any team would miss him." DiGregorio, who regained his starting position this season after being consigned to the bench last year by former Braves' Coach Jack Ramsey, received a standing ova'tion from Buffalo fans with 10 seconds left in the game after scoring 14 points in the third period and 10 in the final period. The six-foot guard sank 14 of 23 shots from the field and all six free throw attempts, giving him a streak of 49 straight. Randy Smith added 22 points for Buffalo and John Shumate toad 21. Ricky Sobers led Phoenix with 23 points. Maravich, the NBA's leading scorer, got 20 of his 51 points in the third quarter as he broke his previous personal high of 50 points set when he played for the Atlanta Hawks. The game was played before 6,129 fans, the smallest crowd in the Louisiana Superdome this year, and the victory came just hours after the Jazz fired Coach Butch Van Breda Kolff and replaced him with Baylor. Baylor, a former star with the Los Angeles Lakers, retired from the NBA three seasons ago as the NBA's third all-time leading scorer and served as Van Breda Kolff's assistant since 1974. Hanston Rips Pawnee Heights HANSTON - Lindall Cox tallied 21 and Jerry Ney 19 to led Hanston to a 60-48 win over Pawnee Heights Tuesday night. Leading scorer for Pawnee .Heights who trailed all the way was Gary Patterson with 19. Pawnee Heights won the B- game 46-21. Hawks t(Mi, Lakers 101 Ken Charles stole an inbounds pass and sank an off- balance, 2'2-foot shot at the buzzer to cap a frantic Atlanta rally. Los, Angeles held a 10497 lead with % seconds left, but Atlanta hit Ihrco free throws and Lou Hudson and Tom Barker scored baskets to set up Charles' winning shot. Hudson scored 32 points for the Hawks, while Kriteem Abdul-Jabbnr led Los Angeles with 31. Spurs Ml, Knicks OH Billy Pnullz and Larry Kenon each scored 2ll points to lead San Antonio, which led by 10 or more points through the last three periods. The Knicks, who dressed only eight players because of injuries; were paced by Earl Monroe 1 * 22 points. ' Hulls 101, 7<lcrs 88 Mickey Johnson and Artls Gilmore scored 18 points apiece to lead the Bulls before a record Chicago crowd of I9,fi90. It was Chicago's third straight victory and snapped the Tfiers' three-game winning streak. Julius Erving was held .to nine points, U below his average. 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