The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on December 16, 1976 · Page 15
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HAYS DAILY NEWS I'ACiK ir> December 16, 1976 Undefeated Hays High To Face Manhattan Indians In CKL Match The undefeated Hays High Indians will put their three game win streak on the line Friday night in a Central Kansas League contest against the Manhattan Indians at Manhattan. .Thomas More Prep, meanwhile will attempt to get back into the win column as they entertain the Lyons Lions at the Field House. The local Indians, in living up to their preseason billing as the No. 1 team in the CKL, scored their third straight win, the second in league action last Tuesday by defeating the Great Bend Black Panthers, 72-58. The Monarchs, also in action last Tuesday, gave what was probably their best performance of the season, but came out two points short againgt a good Dodge City team, 73-71. Both local squads were spearheaded by 29 point outputs last Tuesday. " For the Indians it was Bill Giles, and for the Monarchs it was Terry Kisner. The 29 for Giles came on 13 of 21 from the field and three Of five at the line and was,one point short of his all-time high, which was 30 against Meade last season. For Kisner it was his first 20 plus performance in 26 games as a starter. Kisner, who had a previous high of 19, had a^ood shot at the Monarchs' all-time scoring record, but hit only five of 13 at the free throw line, which included missing the front end of three one-and one situations. < Handling most of the scoring punch for the Monarchs so far, have been Kisner and Curt Stremel. Of the 230 points tallied by the Monarchs in the four games, the pair has accounted for 153.. Kisner leads the way with 80, while Stremel has 73. Next on the scoring list for the Monarchs is Terry Karlin with 31. The Indians, with more of a balanced scoring attack, have four of five starters averaging in the double figures. Giles is the leader with 63, followed by Dave Hays with 55, Randy Brehm 49, Kirt Maska 30 and Bob Wiesner. The Indians may be getting a break, as Manhattan's flasy guard Tim Jankovich may still be out after spraining an ankle in the loss to Salina South last Friday. If the 5-10 playmaker makes it into the game, he will not be able to go at full speed. In Manhattan's season opener against Wamego, Jmikovich tallied 28 points. The game against Salina South was only two minutes old when Jankovich was injured. Moving in to take scoring honors for Manhattan was another guard, Terry Langtonwhohad21. Probable starters for Manhattan's three guard offense will be Mark Dickenson, 6-5, at the post, Steve Sexton, 6-4, at forward, and Jankovich Langton and Greg Burden at the guards. The Lions, with a good number of returning lettermen, have been victorious in all three outings, including a 56-50 win over the Russell Broncos. The two other wins were over Sterling and Larned. "They have very much the same team, they had last season," said TMP coach Al Billinger, who hasn't forgotten the blasting the Lions gave his Monarchs at the Field House last season. . Concerning the Monarchs' loss to Dodge City, coach Billinger explained, "They were an exceptional quick team. I think our boys learned a lot from it." Coach Billinger went on to say that his newest starter Driving Nugget Fatty Taylor's (21) elbow skims by the chin of Seattle rookie guard Bob Wilkerson (33) as the Denver guard drives to the basket during the first quarter of the NBA contest in Seattle Wednesday night. (UPI Photo) Hays High Wrestlers Take On Garden City Buffaloes Elvin Hayes Leads Bullets Past Kansas City Kings By FRED LIEF UPI Sports Writer Elvin Hayes, a sensitive, .Bible-quoting gentleman,, let Hays Junior High Girls Down Kennedy , Hays Junior High won both the A and B games over Kennedy in seventh grade girls basketball action Wednesday. Hays Junior High won the A game 21-19, as Kerri Giles led the scoring with eight points. ' .Also breaking into the score column for Hays Junior High jv'ere Towell with six, Montgomery four and Schulz with three. '..For Kennedy, it was .Kperner with 11 and Schmidt eight. In B-team action, Hays Junior High won 36-20. Scoring for the winners were Tolbert with 10, Dreiling, Staab, Komarik, Wagner and .Hissing four each, Burr, Weigel and Thompson two each. For Kennedy it was Weigel with 10, Bayles four, and Fieler, Dinkel and C. Weigel two each. forth with the fire and brimstone Wednesday night. The 6-foot-9 star forward exploded, for. 45 points to lift Washington to a 104-100 victory over the Kansas City Kings, running off his highest regular season point total in five seasons with the Bullets. "I felt like I was back in college," smiled the 31-year- old Hayes, an Ail-American at the University of Houston. He was 20-for-32 from the floor. "I'm just glad we played so well," said Hayes, who hopes to become a minister when he retires. The Bullets, languishing in fifth place in the NBA's Central Division with an 11-13 record, have not been able to find the right combination under new Coach Dick Motta. "That was probably the first time all year, we consistently got the ball to the open man," Motta said. "Tonight that man was 'E' (Hayes). And with (Phil) Chenier out. Elvin picked a good time to do it." The Bullets, playing without their leading scorer, Chenier, also received 17 points from Len Robinson. Brian Taylor led the Kings with 20 points. Ron Boone and SSSSSSSSSSSS8SSSS rookie Richard had 19 each. Washington Elsewhere in the NBA, Boston topped Milwaukee 129125, Detroit whipped Golden State 136-116, Philadelphia took Phoenix 97-87, Indiana downed San Antonio 116-102, Los Angeles defeated New Orleans 115-105 and Denver stopped Seattle 117-103. Celtics 129, Bucks 125 Charlie Scott pumped in 29 points, including 12 straight midway through the fourth period, to spark Boston past Milwaukee and offset a career-high, 41-point performance by Junior Bridgeman. It was the Bucks' seventh straight defeat and 16th consecutive loss on the road. Sidney Wicks had 25 points and 21 rebounds for the Celtics, while John Havlicek and Jo Jo White scored 20 apiece. Gary Brokaw added 27 for the losers. While the basketball team is on the road Friday night, the Hays High wrestling team will be supplying the action at home for the Indian fans as it meets the Garden City Buffaloes in a dual at the Hays High gym. For coach Bob Kuhn's Indians it will be their fourth dual meet. Of the three pervious duals, the Indians have managed to win one. They defeated Abilene 30-26, while losing to Russell 33-21 and Salina South 46-15. The Indians also par- ticpated in the Russell Invitational, and placed fourth. V As the Indians close out their 1976 portion of the season, they have only five wrestlers supporting winning records. Heading the list are the Ekey brothers, Tim and Chas, who are the only two still undefeated. Tim, in the 105 pound class, has a 5-0 while Chas, who missed two matches because of an injury, is 3-0. Next is heavyweight Dennis Johnson with a 4-1, followed by Randy Bogue in the 132-pound class with a 3-1-1, and Mike Thomason with a 3-2 in the 155- pound class. Probable starters for the Garden City match, along with their records are: Rick Binder (0-3) in the 98, Ekey in the 105, Bruce Beckham (1-2) in the 112, Dale Butcher (0-5) in the 119, Jon Schmidt (0-5)' in the 126, Bogue in the 132, Charlie Dorzweiler (1-3) in the 138, Chas Ekey in the 145, Thomason in the 155, Jeff Schlyer (0-5) in the 167, Dave Ulrick (0-1) in the 185 and Johnson in the heavyweight. Falcons Slip By Russell, 28-25 RUSSELL — Led by a nine point second half from Dale Franks, the Hays Junior High Falcons slipped by Russell 2825 in an eighth grade basketball game Tuesday afternoon. , The Falcons trailed at the intermission break, 13-8. With Mike McRae scoring six and Franks 'five, the Falcons' took a lead of 21-17 to start off the fourth quarter. Franks, who was held scoreless in the first half, managed to take scoring honors. , McRae, with three baskets in the third quarter for six points, was the Falcons' No. '2 scorer. John Beilman added five, Ed Whittington four and Terry Zerr and Joe Madden two each. High for Russell were Boxberger and Clenney with six each. Frerichs had five, Myers four and Rohr two. In the B-game, the Falcons also came out on top, 17-12. Richardson scored five for the Falcons, Koerner four, Powell and Hotz three each and Rocha two. Zachman was high for Russell with four. Next game for the Falcons will be Monday at La Crosse. 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But McGarr, in September, dismissed the anti-trust allegations and specified the other four parts of the suit should go to trial. McGarr will hour the case without a jury. Should Finley win, the judge will decide the extent of money damages. In addition to the $3.5 specified damages, Finley sought punitive damages of $U) million. Kuhn, should he lose the case, would not have to pay the damages personally, since baseball owners in August voted to activate u resolution passed in 1969 under which they would indemnify the commissioner for any damages assessed against him because of his decisions or actions as commissioner.. COKE.7-UP Your Choice 29 Ql. CENTENNIAL PARTY MIX Open 9 to 11 Centennial Center Sunpack TOO Strobe $ 16°° Moviedeck ' 435 Albums 50% Off (with 1 order processing) Open Evening* till 7:00 P.M. Until Christmas Eve

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