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-PAGE 28 Balanced effort paces Sahuaro to division title TUCSON D A I L Y C I T I Z E N *. By BOB KEMP t, C Uln n Spa rtswriter I Sahuaro High School's Wres- j; tling team showed its balance ~ in winning the AAA-Southem " Division toumey. *. - The Cougars, who scored - numerous points in the conso- ; lation bracket, managed to -.. hold off second-place Sunny^side, to win the division crown ·^Saturday night in the Sahuaro Ngym. ""· "This is the strongest over- « all team I've had, " said Sa* huaro coach Howard Breinig, J now in his seventh year at * Sahuaro. "We've had better r individuals, but this is the ''most balanced team we've ; had. I think we have seven or -'eight people that have a good '.chance of placing in the top ^four at state." The Cougars 1'will send 11. -- Sahuaro had three individu- I al champs, Wally Candelario : (126 pounds), Mark Diebolt ·; (138 pounds) and Tony Poe vi. (167 pounds), but the real dif- l ference for the Cougars was * the performances of Matt ^Thomas (98 pounds), Kelly , » Oby (}91 pounds) and heavy; weight Bob Valenzuela. ~ . Oby and Valenzuela both ~ came through with -fourth place finishes, which according to Breinig "were sur- prised," while Thomas cap- --tured second place. *-. "We did an outstanding job ' after the poor day we had on * Friday," replied a relieved 7. Breinig. ,'i. Friday night two Cougars 'fell in major upsets. Junior Rodriguez (132 pounds), who Lwas undefeated previous to :the tourney, and M a r k · McKendrick (155 pounds) both were beaten, but both came back yesterday for third plac- - es in the tournament. Prep Wrestling -' Canyon del Oro's hopes of "gaining the top playoff seeding in the AA-South high 1 school basketball .tournament /suffered a sharp setback Sat- ;urday. * Nogales stunned the Dora;dos with a last-second, 72-70, -victory at CDO. The loss ^sends CDO deeper into third ;place in the league, while a ^victory over Nogales would "have tied the two teams {or second in the AA-South. .CDO's sophomore center Mark Jung is still recovering -from an injured ankle and is jiot expected to be back in top form until playoff time at the ·'end of the month. The Apach- ies held Jung to four pointr, hile Kyle Doda carried the ^Dorados offense with a 26-point night. ; The Dorados resume league play tomorrow night at Flowing Wells. · Apaches 72, Dorados 70 . 'NOGALES: Garcia 8 00 16, Ramirez 6 ·M 13, Simpson I W 5, Call«tro 3 Oo 6, Co»« 6 10-12 25. Robtes I (Ml. Gon/alcs 3 '·2-3 8. Totals 28 16-22. - C D O : Ooda 12 2-6 76, Zieoler 2 34 7. -Swensen 833 19, Eckel 0 4-J 4, Fisher 2 1- ·J:i, Jung 20-04, Ewlno 1 3-4 5. Totals 27 ·Jo-23. . .11 If 23 17 -- 7 J . .38 II IS 17 -- 70 M* M Oro.. * Total foiris: Nooaies 17, Canyon d«l .Oro 17. Fouled out: Simpson. Technlcil .-**: Cmvon del Oro COACH Tissaw. .. .IV SCO4IE -- Nopales 58 I Bastldas 15), Ctnyon d«l Or oft (Gibson IS). FROSH SCORE -- Canyon del Oro «, (McCllncev 11), Nog«l« M (Garcia IB). "They had a bad tourney, but that doesn't mean that they're through. They'll still be a big threat at state," said Brenig. Sahuaro received another setback Saturday night when Jim Cortese (145 pounds) and No. 1 seeded lost to Pueblo's Raul Islas. Islas was later named the tournament's most outstanding wrestler. "He's done a great job since the Flowing Wells tournament where he d i d n ' t place," commented Pueblo coach John Mulay speaking about Islas. . "Takedowns have to be the biggest asset Islas has, plus his aggressiveness. ' He just put it all together." Despite finishing second Sunnyside had five individual champs and will send seven wrestlers to next weekend's state tournament at Arizona State. "We did a good job in this tournament, but we think we have a better chance to win in the state tourney," said Sunnyside coach Don Klostreich, who remembers last year when his Blue Devils won the division championship .only to see Pueblo win the state crown a week later. Vince Guerra (98 pounds) ran his record on the season to 20-0 for the Blue Devils, while Richard Ortiz (105 pounds), Joe Solorio fl!9 pounds), Mike Camacho ($32 pounds) and Armando Ortega (155 pounds) also won individual championships for Sunnyside. Tucson will also send seven wrestlers to Tempe next weekend, while Pueblo and Amphi will send five, and four from Catalina will make the journey. Dorados advance 11 wrestlers to state Special (o Ihe Citizen DOUGLAS -- Canyon del Oro high school's wrestling team saved its best performance of the season for an opportune time. The Dorados placed 11 wrestlers in next weekend's state toumam'ent at Arizona State while winning the AA-Southern Division wrestling championship Saturday. Flowing Wells also placed 11 wrestlers in the state meet, but finished second, 46 points behind CDO. "The kids did a super job and we had maximum performances in each round," said a pleased CDO coach Dick Evers. championships and CDO's John Cristiani (129 pounds) was named the tourneys outstanding wrestler. "He's shown tremendous improvement lately," commented Evers, said of Christian. "He's not a guy who pins a lot of people, but showed he can pin people by pinning in the finals. "We feel that we are in good shape as far as next weeks state championship goes." The Dorados main competition will come from Holbrook, which won the AA-North divi- sionals Saturday and will send 10 wrestlers to state, along with Snowflake and Flowing Wells. ; Team Scores - . Sahuaro, 136'/i; Sunrwsfdc, 124, - Pueb- . to. flflVj; Tucson, S3Vy; Amohi, BV/j; Cala. Una, 67; Santa RUa, 56; Buena, 55V 3 ; . Palo Verde, 54; Cholfd, 27,-, Rmcon. 22; _ Salpointe, 14V 3 ; Saolno, ·*'/?. Finals - 98 -- VInce Guerra, Sunnyslde, dec · Matt Thomas, Sahuaro, 9-0. 105 -- Rich ·-ard Ortiz, Sunnvside, dec, William Gorv -..zales, Pueblo, i-fl. 112 -- Loufe GarcYd, -.Cholla, dec, MarloMarlJncz, Tucson, 8-3. . 119 -- Joe Solorio, Sunnwlde, dec- Rlckv , Zamarrano, Pueblo, ?-a 126 -- Wallv ; Candelario, Sahuaro, dec. Jim Petty. ."Palo Verde, 4-1. 132 -- Mike Camacho, 'Sunnvsida dec. Jimmy Moreno, Pueblo, -13-1. 138 -- M a r k Diebolt, Sahuaro, dec. -Tim Pale, Buena, 4-3. 145 -- Raul Islas, -Pueblo, dec. Jim Cortese, Sahuaro, 12-3, *:155 -- Armando Ortega, Sunnvslde, dec -.Tom Ktriraid, Amphi, 7-4 167 -- Tony _Poe, Satiuaro, dec. Dan Caldwell, Bue- jia, 11-5. 179 -- Art Gutierrez, Amphi, ..dec. Reid Roybal, Santa Rita, 7-2. 191 -' B i l l Phillies, Catalina, Din, Shon Neal,' Tucson, J:57. HWT --Jim Anders, Santa ^RITa. pin, Joey Jones, Amohi, 1:06. ^ . Consolation Finals **-98 -- Tommy Molina, Pueblo, dec. · David Garcia, Tucson. 6-4. 105 -- Mario * Terraias, Tucson, dec. Dan Obenaut, krSanuaro, 12-0. U2 -- Jim McDonald, K. Cafafina, dec. Bob Couchenour, Sahua- ,, ro, 6-1. 119 -- Charles DeBerry, Tucson, , dec. James Cardenas, Saioolnte, i-o. 126 , -- Mark Huppenlhal, Sunnyslde, dec. Walter Martinez, Amphi, 5-0. 132 -- Junior Rodriguez, Sahuaro, dec. John ' Archer, Buena, 11-2. 1M -- Gil Valdez, ' Palo Verde, pin, David Hernandez, ' Sunnvslde, 4:49. US -- Scott Bianco, · Catallna, dec- Don PorteMeld, Buena, 4- · ,2. 155 -- Mike McKendrlck, Sahuaro, -.dec. Matt Henslev, Santa Rlla, 5-2. 167 -, Paul Torblas, Palo Verde, dec Tom . Krawczak, Rincon, 2-0. 179 -- Eric Sha- ratt, Catalina. dec. Tim Rogers. Tucson. '4-3- 191 -- Phil Felix, Amphi, pin, KeSlev H Obv, Sahuaro, l:SJ (OT). HWT -- Octa- vlo Sotello, Tucson. Din, Bob Vafenruola. Sahuaro. 3:59. [Dorados \suffer setback Six Dorados won individual Flowing Wells' Richard Tucson sportlight · ^ Strozier sets record Dwayne Strozier, a freshman at the University of Arizona, won the 300-yard dash in a meet record time of 30.6 seconds at the Northern Arizona Indoor track at Flagstaff meet Saturday. UA's Ron Kennedy and John Pfersdorf finished second and third, respectively, behind former hurder Ashland Whitfield in the 60-yard high hurdles. Herbert Springs of Pima Community College won the 600 in 1:11.9. ASU rolls to victory Arizona State captured the Regional Collegiate Bowling tournament at Lucky Strike Bow. ASU had a team total 8,601 to 8,534 for second place Brigham Young. University of Arizona was third with 8,152. Drew pose of BYU was all-events winner with 1,918. Hanshaw makes it 25 University of Arizona wrestler John Hanshaw ran his winning streak to 25 straight with a victory over Utah State's Bob Erickson in the 158-pound final of the New Mexico Invitational at Albuquerque. UA's Rhett Hilzendenger won the 126-pound tile and Boyd Williamson of UA lost in the 190-final. Arizona State won the team title. Wyoming beats UA women After healing Wyoming, 57-53, Friday night in Laramie, the University-of Arizona women's basketball team, shooting only 28 per cent from the floor, dropped a 65-57 decision to Northern Colorado Saturday in Greeley. N. Colo. 65, Arizona 57 O'Haver (170 pounds) won the division crown for the third consecutive year. O'Haver now hasn't lost in the last 21 matches. His only loss of the year came to Bobby Fischer of Holbrook in the CDI Invitational. O'Haver will most likely meet Fischer this weekend in the state tourney. Team Scores Canyon del Oro 173, Flowing Wells IZ7Vi, Globe 74, Bisbee 70, San Manuel W/3, Dougtas 53'/i, Nogales 14V?. Championship Finals 101 -- Martin, CDO. dec. Swalm, FW, W; 108 -- Clifford, CDO, dec. Trelo, SM, 11-2; 115 -- Molina, CDO, dec. Looez. FW, ·«;, 122 -- Freeman, FW, dec. Wheeler, G, 11-3; ra -- Cristiani, COO, Pin Taylor, G. 1:44; 115 -- Patterson, FW, dec. Rutledge. G, 4-2; 141 -- Bidwell, CDO, dec. Hogan. SM, 7-3; 148 --Enoel- hard, FW, dec. Nelson, CDO, 4-3; ?58 -Blank, SM, pin Allen, G, 1:26; 170 -O'Haver, FW. Din Wllllngham, D, 1:42; 182 -- Valeniuela, B, pin Gaston, CDO. 2:37; 1W -- Pearson, CDO, dec. Short, FW, 5-2; Kwt. -- Prlnlz. CDO, pin Labo- rln, D, 1:07. Outstanding wresller -- John Crisila- ni.CDO. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1976 --Citizen Photo by P. K. Weis Blazers stopped by Mavs Special to Hie Citizen Weighty problem Bob Valenzuela of Sahuaro High School tries to grunt and groan and grimace his way out of a hold by Tucson High's Octavio Sotelo. Sotelo ended up pinning Valenzuela Saturday in the heavyweight consolation final of the AAA-South wrestling meet. Bud's Charge right bet during Rillito feature NORTHERN COLORADO: StelfV 10 Bleflspp I 1-2 J. McGinn 33-19, Hillma " Halftirne Score: UNC 30. Arizonai S Fouled out: Maxwelj . - . Total fouls: Arliwia 16, Northern Colorado 16, Sports Capsules Seattle gets team SEATTLE (AP) -- An agreement to buy an American League expansion franchise has been signed, bringing major league baseball back to this city after a seven-year absence, businessman Lester Smith and entertainer Danny Kaye said Saturday. Vault record set WARSAW (AP) -- Tadeusz Slusarski of Poland bettered the world amateur indoor pole vault yesterday with a leap of 18 feel 3 inches during an international meet, the Polish news agency TTVV reported. He bettered by three-quarters of an inch the mark set by Dan Ripley Friday night at the Los Angeles Times meet. Stolz firing expected EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) - Michigan State officials are expected to fire the school's entire football staff, including head Coach Denny Stolz, in the wake of a NCAA investigation into recruiting violations, the Detroit Free Press said. The firings have been discussed on at least two occasions by the MSU Board of Trustees and the Athletic Council at secret meetings Friday night and on Thursday, the newspaper reported. Foyt ivins pole O K L A H O M A CITY -Young Bruce Aberhart has been cast in the unlikely role of "stopper" for the Tucson Mavericks. Aberhart, who was relegated to the stands for most of the season as the Mavs' third goaltender, got his second win in two starts on the Mavs' six- game trip with a 3-2 victory over the Oklahoma City Blazers last night. It was only Aberhart's third start of the season, the first being a 10-3 loss to Tulsa back in the first weeks of the season. He finally got his chance to start again last week and responded with a 4-3 win over the Blazers. Last night he stopped 45 shots and got superlative help from rookie defenseman Bruce Abbey who scored his first two goals of the season. He came to the Mavericks only five games ago. Abbey's performance was greatly needed in light of the callup of captain and defense- man Mike Stevens to Houston of the World Hockey Association. Top scorer Mike Hobin also was injured in the game With an apparent Charley horse. The Mavs are back in action tomorrow night against Tulsa, then it's back to -Dallas Wednesday night and home for games Friday and Saturday against Salt Lake City. By STEVE CHANDLER Citlzei/Sporlswriler Of the many seemingly irrational betting systems at the horse races/ one of the most popular is the "name game," Yesterday's Results FIRST -- Purse 500, 3yo maidens. 400 yds. Miss Savanna Sue ' 280 220 2^0 M(s Mint peck L Fisuroa) MO 23) Ladv Dulcinca (J. Valenzuela) u.eo T -- 20.68. O -- (2-10) 5.60. Navelko, Hank's Bar Moon, Fesllvat Queen, Bet- tlelobar. Straw 'N Flowers, Talenl's Venture, Le R a y also ran. SECOND -- Purse SOQ, 3vo mladcn*, 4 fur. Cheyenne Fanny IPrutl)36.20 17.60 B.OO Sina A Cord (Rutherford) 3 BO 3 40 Lady Dulclnea (J. Valenzuela) 3-10 T -- 48.1. Q -- (M) 40.00. Suy Brat, Miss D.C., Drag Away, Libriatlana, Belt A Way, Pure Pride also ran. THIRD -- purse 500, 3vo maidens, 400 yds. MIssGrlsiv (R. Gamzl 1600 6.20 4.10 Stormy Lake (Dadbwell) 3.00 2.60 Native Polka [Torres) 660 T -- 20.65. O -- (MO) B.4D; P -- 4320 Terry's Dream Cap, Mi Maggie Straw, Bar Tonto Ruby, Lickv Unfly, Moonshines Gold,- Mac Comet, Lane's Red Bird also ran. FOURTH -- purse 550, 4VOUPJ claiming 2.000. 400 yds. Bifl M Chicado Mn (Trrs)6.20 4 M 3 2 0 Delrick's Reauest (Gomez) · 6.60 4.80 van Rocket (Saundcrs) 500 T -- 20.61. Q -- 13-8) 2560. Leslie's Wink. Family Jewel, Bar Mayor, Miss Duro Parr, Frankus also ran. FIFTH -- c u r s e 550, Jyoup, claiming 1,500, i'f, fur. Pea N Be§ns (Dadswell) 6.00 3,80 3.00 Gift ot Jov (Monlova) 680 340 Genlle Candy (R. Avant) 2.60 T -- 1.07.3. Q -- 12-1) 21.40; P -- 37 JO. Bruoal, Colonel Busby, Threeway Royal, Hlio Dueffe, Peace Train also ran. in which the bettor selects a horse because its name seems meaningful, lucky or somehow significant. Those at Rillito Race Track yesterday who thought to use SIXTH -- purse 700. 4youa, allow* ' ance.400vds. Press Club (Saunders) 70.20 20,40 8.60 Tooaqueen (E. Avanl) 23,00 8.40 Moon Bee (Wise) 5.40 T -- 20.57. O --. (10-B) 2B8.60. Hook'em Talent, Mlstl Blu, Turl's Charger, Dream's Past Due, Jive Car, Pino Bar, Go Swade Go also ran. .SEVENTH -- purs? 650, 4yol)p, claiming 3,000, 6 fur. PiparillolR. Avanl) 4.60 360 2.40 Sommer Guv (Gomez) 500 260 Deacon Bird (L. Figueroa) 2.60 T -- 1.13.2. Q -- (4-3) 10.20; P -- 22.60. Scotch Order, Skeets; Reiecl, Copper State also ran. EIGHTH -- purse 300, 3vo, allowance, 330 yds. · Bud's Charger (Ddswll) 20.20 6.00 3.20 Hilo Yen (Harding) 360 300 Plavlul Miss (Wall) 3.60 T -- 17.20. 0 -- (7-3) 30.40. Sabbalh Breaker. Miss Calrina Bars, Debra Doo, Gentle On My Mind, Jay's Relurn afso ran. NINTH -- p u r s e 550,4voup, claiming' 1000,«fur. Mlsterbeelucky (Pruitt) 1060 5 8 0 5 4 0 Goin Gavin (Torres) 1660 9 8 0 Mrs Flashy (Guthrle) 560 T --47.3. O --(1-6) 575.60. Ruf N Char- lev, Kussman, Dottv's Royal, Noland's Big Jake, Mvrna's Grey Bov also ran. TENTH --ourse 550. 4vo8.uo, claiming 1,150, 7 fur. Chrlstooher G (Torres) 9.60 580 / 20 Princaletti (Jo, Valenzuela) 760 ^ 4 0 Go It All (Juarez) ·: 2.K T -- 1.2dJ. Q -- (6-7) OT.OO. Bradley? World, Dash of Spice, Ral Royal, Colk Cadet, Trim Lark..High Tor, Flaimint Lore also ran. Big 0 -- 2.845.40. Handle --83.699. Attendance -- 3,285. that method in the 330-yard feature race might have selected Bud's Charge, a nine- tOrone shot racing . in the "Budweiser Purse." Such a bet would have been a good one. Bud's Charge paid $20.20 to win against a field of classy 3-year-old quarter hors- jes. The favorite in the race, Sabbath Breaker, didn't finish in the money. Prior to the running of the Budweiser Purse, the crowd of 3,285 (a three-year recod), cheered brewery-owned team of Clydesdales as it paraded around the track drawing a wagon. Rillito Publicity director John Snow pointed out that although the attendance was unusually high, the handle (money t h e . t r a c k made through betting) was not exceptional ($83,699). "Most people here on a day like this are here to watcjh rather than bet," explained Snow. "But it's stiil beneficial in the long run to have such promotional days because of the exposure we get." Golf Notes Tucson Ok la c i t y . . .1 1 1-3 1 0 1 -- 2 First period -- 1, Oklahoma City. Hi chardson 13 (Kelly, Clarke), 5-39 2 Tucson. Abbey l (Newell), 8:34, Penal Tuc Ts-fl' 55 ° C ' l ° ::1Sl Manarvk Second period -- 3, Mandryk. Tucson 14 (Cournover, Olmstcad), 17:53 Penal V« -- Mandrvk, Tuc.. 3:26. Abbey, TUC 13:56. Palmateer. OC. 16-13 Tnlra period -- 4. Tucson, Afibev 2 (Lyseno, Tltcombl, 12:26. 5. Oklahoma !«!" K: Tucson, Aberhart, Swanson. Oklahoma Clly, Palmal«r. A -- 2,188. DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) - "The crew set the car real loose and I just thrilled the hell out of myself," bubbled A.J. Foyt after a dazzling, scary ride at 187.477 miles per hour yesterday that won him the pole position for the $354,OM Daytona 5M stock car classic. Trifecta pays record amount CHERRY HILL, NJ. (AP) -- Really Free, Hy Nero and Hasty Fling finished 1-2-3 at Garden State Park Saturday, producing an $85,198.50 payoff which the track said was the largest trifecta return in the history of U.S. thoroughbred racing. The only man to have a winning $3 ticket actually spent at least $330, Ihe track said, because he bet Really Free to win with every other possible combination. The winning bettor declined to be identified. Tucson Country Club The annual February Jubilee tourney is currently under way. The halfway leaders of the twosome tournament are John Crable and Don Arueson, who have a 36-hole score of 205. -'The toumey concludes this Thursday and Saturday with the final 36 holes. Dr. Ed Updegraff broke the course record yesterday with a 62. The old record was held by Jim Marshall, now on the PGA tour, who fired a 65 in 1974. Betty Hern had low gross with 90 in A flight of 18-hole women's golf association play. Low net went to Flo Brown with 74. In B Flight it was Kitty Catlin with 100 and Margaret Bloom with 77. Mary Helen Gerhart had'a 101 to lead C Fight gross. Net went to June Behand with a 77. Bunny Warnock took D Flight low gross with a 119 and Lucille Quebcdeaux had low net with ari 81. Cliff Valley In low-putts play of the women's golf association, Tina Dickson won Class A with 30. Tied for second with 33 were Esther Myers and Margaret Cannig. Esther Smith won Class B with 32 and Gerry Sorenson won Class C with 33. CLUNK, SPUTTER, POW! HMMKt m m m 6911 E. Broadway 299-9404 3660 N. Oracle Rd. 888-7650 TIRE CENTERS MICHELIN STEEL BELTED RADIAL SPECIALISTS Passenger Plus Pick-Up ft Largs Truck Tires In Slnrk FIVE CONVENIENT LOCATIONS 3002 N. First Ave. 882-9580 5852 E. Speedway 296-6196 3645 S.Palo Verde 748-1880 1497 Fry Blvd. (Sierra Vista) 458-7380 246 3rd St. (Douglas) 364-5738 Yavapai sinks Pirna in standings By ALLISON HOCK Citizen Sportswriter , It was called a rebuilding year before Pima Community College's baseketball team raced off to its best start ever, and after Saturday's crucial loss to Yavapai College that analysis may have been right after all. The S-76 defeat at Prescott sank Pima's basketball team into the cellar of the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference southern B Division. Once the holders of the best junior college record in Arizona, the Aztecs are 13-9 overall Juco standings Division A ACCAC Mesa ' Yavapai Glendale Scoot sdalc Phoenix Western Central Easlern Pima CocWse 5 J 3 5 1 8 Division B 6 3 5 4 5 4 4 S 4 5 Overall » I J 'i and 4-5 in the conference, along with Cochise College. Pima Coach Norm Patton admits his team can lose only one of the four remaining conference games if it wants, to place second in the southern division and make it to the playofs. It was the Prescott team's second win this season against Pima, and it was no fluke. They outscored, outrebound- ed, and outplayed their Tucson o p p o n e n t and never trailed. The keys were the scoring of Bud Ballamy and Steve Hill, who combined for 48 for the Roughriders, and a sec- ond-half zone press that killed a Pima comeback. Bellamy, the 6-6 forward, scored 18, and Hill, also M, hit the game high of 27. Pima stayed in the game largely because of the hot shooting of Kenny Ball and Mark Smith, who both had 25. Ball, the playmaking guard, set a school record for most points in a season -- 422. "Our game plan was to get ahead right away and that would put us in good shape," said Pima coach Norm Patton. "We never were ahead, though." Tomorrow night at 7:30 in the PCC Gym, the Aztecs face another conference foe that beat them earlier this year, Central Arizona of Coolidge. Central, at 11-10 and W the N second place team in Pima's division, won the last contest in a physical contest at home. They rely on the scoring of Nate Stokes and the rebounding of Jeff Elmore and Lew Baker. Yavapai 98, Pima 76 PIMA: Smllh 10 w 25, Johnson a 0-1 8. Mendivil 3 1-3 7, Moore 1 0-1 2, Ball 7 11-15 25, Looez 0 00 0, Cook 0 0-2 0, Sanderlin 1 MS, Brown 1 H 2. Taylor 0 0-2 2. Tolal YAVAPAI: Bellamy 11 5-8 27. Hill 10 1-1 21, DonahoeOOOO, Gllmore 3 2-3 a. Desln 1 0-0 I Beakley 1 2-2 4. Faubion 3 0-1 6. 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