Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 26, 1973 · Page 14
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14 «*errhw««t Arkansas TIMES, M*n., ft*. 44, 1971 PAVtTTIVIlLI, AKKANIA* BASKETBALL SCORES ·Miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniinii mm in limn iiinn nun in nmminiH Br! THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ; High School LE Calholic 74, LEI Hall 61 C.R Central 65, Fort Smith Nprthside 5» filytheville 82. Marianna 54 Tournaments 1ZB Sr. Boys ; At Decatur Mountainburg 70, West Fork 54, f i n a l 14B Sr. Boys I A( Banks Thornton 51, Mount Holly 37 I 3AA Sr. Boys At Trnmann Trumann 73, Greene County Tech 66, final «A Sr. Boys At DCS Arc Holly Grove 79, Des Arc 63 ; 4B Sr. Boys At Maynarri Sloan-Hendrix 56, Black Rock 43, final 8A Sr. Boyi At Mnnticello Drew Central 58, Wilmot 48 3A Sr. Boys At Neltleton Tuckerman 62, Nettleton 60 ' 7B Sr. Boy* At Hazen Wheatley 62. Hazen 55, final IB Sr. Boys At Mount Peasant Mount Pleasant 59, Calico Rock 58. OT. final 1SB Sr. Boys At Pradnvtlle Vaster 99. Wabbaseka 49 fill^ . 13B Sr. Boy» Al Village Rosston Oak Grove 62 MoNeil 59. final t 7A Sr. Boys · At DeQueen. Stamps 59. Gurdon 43, final · 2A Sr. Boyn . At PlfgoU JjTonefie 82, Manila 8, final IB Sr. Boys J At Conway Menifee 73, Mayflower «, fi- na( · I»B Sr. Bnys Al Ozark 66, Pleasant View icranton 52,J final « 8B Sr. Boys ' At Kenselt Kensett 47, Bradford 43, final ' 5A Sr. Boy* At Ouachita Oretnbrier 61, Ouachitr. 44, final ·! lA-North Sr. Boys '' At Berryvillc (Jravelte 72, Eureka Springs 56,[ final ' IB Sr. Boys ! Al JessleviMe Morning Star 71. final Moaning Star 71, final i College Texas-Arlington B2, Arkansas Slate 76 ; MIDWEST SW Louisiana 104, Oral Rob orts 89 Illinois 81. Michigan St. 71 Purdue 74, Iowa 66 Bradley 83. Drake 88 Ohio U. 102, Bowling G r e e n 57 Indiana 57, Wisconsin 55 Oklahoma City 93, Denver 8G Detroit 63. S. Illinois 57 DePaul 87. Niagara 81 Wichita St. 100, Chicago Loyola 89 Davidson 84. Dayton 67 , Toledo 89. Va. Tech 74 Ohio St. 90, Northwestern 81 Indiana St. 78, Ball St. 72 Kansas St. 82, Oklahoma 78 Oklahoma St. 70, Colorado 66 Nebraska G2. Kansas 59 Kansas St. 82, Oklahoma 78 Minnesota 98, Michigan 80 Miami 75, Kent St. 66 S, Dak. St. 87, Augustana 76 S. Dakota 75. Morningside 68 r^orth Park 80, 111. Wesleyan 78 . Carthage 65, Carroll 61 III. St. 91, N. 111., 84 N. Mich. 84, E. Ill,, 83, OT Wittenberg 64 Capital 57 ; SOUTHWEST Memphis St. 54, New Mexico St.'53 Tex.-El Paso 62, Colo. St. 44 St. Louis 66. N. Texas St. 64 Arkansas 103. SMU 96 Houston 76. Jacksonville 75 T.exas AM 76, Texas Tech 75 Baylor 80. TCU 73 Tulsa 106, W. Tex. St. 90 Tex-Arlington 82, Arkansas St. 76 Texas 75. Rice 68 S. Miss. 80, Pan American 77 S.F. Austin 73. SW Texas 66 FAR WEST UCLA 73, Oregon St. 67 Long Beach St. 92, DC-Santa Barbara 65 San Jose St. 63. Fresno St. 57 Stanford 59. Washington St. 44 Arizona 100. BYD 94 Idaho St. 74, Gon/aga 72 Air Force 56, Ohio Xavier 46 Southern Cal. 56. Oregon 52 California 77, Washington 72 Arizona St. 104. Utah 73 Weber St. 66. Montana St. 57 San Francisco Reno 93 109. Nevada- Utah St. 97. Houston Baptist 7B Montana 99. N. Arizona 56 Hawaii 96, DC San Diego 66 San Diego St. 88, Los Angeles St. 87 Countdown Begins NCAA Tourney By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The countdown will begin this week to determine which four teams will meet each other In St. Louis. On Thursday, the. National Collegiate Athletic Association will-Issue bids for the nine at- large 'berths In the University Division tournament. Conference champions go to tne tournament automatically. Two conferences, the Atlantic Coast antl Southern, have post-season tournaments to decide their NCAA representative. The NCAA finals will be held in St. Louis this .year; The National Invitational Tournament will begin extending bids Thursday for its tournament to be held at Madison Suare Garden In New York. The NIT usually invites the Conference riiriners-up and the at-large teams that the NCAA :nd. Ohio eads Murray Stale by Jame with two to play. itle will be decided Saturday when Austin Peay visits Murray State. Big Ten--Minnesota has an 82 record with four games left to ilay. The Gophers beat Mich- gan over the weekend 98 80 to remain one percentage poinl over 9-3 Indiana and 8-3 Purdue. The second and third place inishers will probably go to the NIT. Big Eight--Kansas State took a I'A game lead over Colorado by defeating Oklahoma with three games . to passes up. Long Beach State, Memphis Slate. Miami of Ohio and We her S t a t e qualified for the NCAA tournament over the weekend winning the Pacific Coast Alhletic Conference, the Missouri Valley Conference and the Mid-American Conference, respectively. Weber Slate had won a berth earlier by taking the Big Sky Conference Crown. UCLA, the defending national champion and possessor of a 68 game winning streak, clinched at least a tie in the Pacific 8 and is expected to win Ihe conference for the seventh straight year against California and Stanford t h i s weekend. If the last six years are any indication, the Bruins will be in St. Louis on March 24. The leading candidates for the nine at-large berths are Marquette (22-2), Providence (21-2), Syracuse (19-4), Houston (20-3), South Carolina (18-5), Jacksonville (16-4), Oklahoma City (18-5), Oral Roberts (20-5), Virginia Tech (16-5) and Southwestern Louisiana (22-2). This is the situation at a glance in some of the still undecided conferences for NCAA berths: Ivy League--Penn beat Yale 78 69, taking over sole possession of first place from Princeton, a . 68 62 upset victim by Brown. The Quakers can wrap up their fourth consecutive Ivy League title by beating Harvard and Dartmouth next week- against Nebraska, Oklahoma State and Colorado. Third place Ulssouri (18-4) will probably go to the NIT for the second straight year. SEC--Tennessee leads Ken- Ucky With a record of 12-2 to 11-4 with four games left, in eluding derbllt ama, 10-4 in the conference and 17-4 overall, may go to the vored. despite an upset defeat at the hands of Texas AM. Tech can wrap up the title with a win over Arkansas Tuesday. Apple Jackie Favored Entry At Oaklawn HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) -Apple Jackie, a winner her last time out, is expected to be the favorite in today's $15,000 lea ture race at Oaklawn Park. The six-furlong allowance event for older fillies anc mares attracted a field of 10. Apple Jackie, owned by Larry Wolkeh, Miles Cooperman and Doug Davis Jr., will carry 121 pounds including leading jockey Sandy Hawley. She Is Gorgeous, also a recent winner at Oaklawn. and Hempen: Song are expected to receive considerable support in the wagering. She Is Gorgeous will carry 116 pounds and Hempens Song 118. Others in the field are Noble Nova, 112; Naute Haute, 118; Colombe, 118; Oh Myrtle, 109; Sad Music, 111; Majestic Queen, 118, and Singing Daphne, 118. C. L. Warner's Prince Astro made it two straight at Oaklawn Park by capturing the $ 3 0 , 0 0 0 Arkansas Traveler Handicap Saturday by one-half length over Hustlin Greek. Prince Astro, ridden by Danny Whited, led most of the way and finished the six furlongs in 1:10. Prince Astro, second choice in the race, paid $5.60, $3,20 and {2.80. Hustlin Greek s h o I between horses nearing the finish to take place money away from Call Me Jodie. Honey Jay, the favorite, carried topweight of 12 pounds and wilted in the stretch drive. Steel Pike, w i n n e r of Ihe first race, and Double Scoundrel, winner of the second, combined for a $34.80 d a i l y double. The crowd of 20,356 wagered $1,776,006. Complete Agreement Valley--Austin Peay one The 82-78 play road and games at Kentucky Van- Ala NIT. SWC--Texas Tech still fa- Central Remains First Northside Earns 3rd Position In Poll LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Mon- licello Coach Keltim Busby must he a super salesman. He sells defense and his Hillbillies have bought it. Monticello h a s than 38 points a allowed less .._ r game while building a 25-3 record and this week is ranked seventh in The Associated Press high, school basketball poll. Little Rock Central, wrapped up the Class title with victories over Rock Parkview. North which AAAA Little . Little Rock Ole Main and Fort Smith Norlhside, was a solid choice for the top spot with II of the 12 firsl-place votes cast by a panel of sportswriters and sportscasters. Morrilton remained second, followed by Northside, Ole Main, Jonesboro, Conway, Monticello, Harrison, Pine Bluff and Wynne. Northside moved from fifth to third after beating Pine Bluff and losing to Central. Ole Main remained fourth and Jonesboro dropped from third to fifth after losing to Forrest City. Conway remained sixth despite a loss to Hot Springs and Pine Bluff dropped from seventh to ninth after losing to Northside and Little Rock Calholic. Harrison remained eighth and Monticello jumped two notches. Osceola. ranked 10th last week, dropped from the rankings after losing to Trumann. "Defense is hard to sell because the first thing you read in the newspaper is who scores the points," Busby says. "We play a disciplined offense and we have to p l a y defense to have an effective team. I believe our team has to start with defense. I believe that in any sport, defense has got to come cessful," Busby said. "Mr. Coston had only one losing year in about 24 and we've won over 20 games every year in my three years." Monticello has allowed 50 points or more on four occasions this year. The Hillbillies lost three of the four. Busby became convinced last first, Busby says he takes much ribbing because of his fondness for defense and that his teams have played others that believe just the opposite -- "that the best defense is two points." Busby emphasizes personal pride when selling his product. "If a player knows he's responsible for somebody. . he pretty well knows whether he did a, good job or not," Busby said. "It one player scores 28 and the player he's guarding scores 30. you're still losing. If we play against someone who is averaging 20 points a game and we hold him to 10 or 15, I figure we're doing a pretty good job." The Hillbillies' man to man defense has become almost a tradition in Monticello. Busby learned the defense while playing under Dan Coston and serving as Coston's assistant for two years. "It's kind of the situation, why change when you're suc- evening at Arkadelphia against Magnolia, winner of the tournament the past two years. Busby fears Magnolia's tournament experience, but believes the Hillbillies will have incentive. Monticello was 9-0 when it lost to Magnolia in overtime early in the season. "-~a are the results of the As- week that he had sold the stu- sociated Press high school bas- 2. Morrillon (1)' (26-21) 99 3. FS Norlhside (20-5) 8 4. NLR Ole Main (19-7) 85 5. Jonesboro (23-5) 67 6. Conway (23-5) 53 7. Monticello (25-3) 35 8. Harrison (26-3) 33 9. Pine Bluff (17-7) 30 10. Wynne (26-4) 13 Others receiving votes, listed t body, as well as the play- on defense. iVe were having a tough 5 with Hamburg in the dis- tournament and we were ing by a couple of points. went back to our end of the rt and the students started nting defense, defense, de- se," he said. "I don't know itner they picked it up from ching TV or what, but it d of stuck out in my mind." usby says his team is the t-balanced team he has had. ir of the five starters are raging 10 or 11 points a ne, Busby said, he starters include Eugene Nees, Hank Thompson, r a i d Thompson, Kenny nee and Bo Busby, the ch's brother. ny problems coaching your ther? SJope," Busby said. "Only ig is he may have to work der (because of it." onticello opens Class AA e tournament play Tuesday KL^ail poll with first-place votes alphabetically: Blylheyille, and team records in parent- Camden Fairview, Hot Springs, heses and total points at right: LR Catholic. LR Hall, Monette, 1. LR Central (11) (22-6) 119 Osceola and Tuckerman. JOSE GRECO with NANA LORCA and a company of Spanish Dancers, Singers and Musicians appearing under the auspice* of the Northwest Arkansas Community Concert Association Thursday, March 1 -- 8:00 p.m. Barnhlll Fieldhouse -- Fayettevillee -Admission by Membership Card or Student ID Card Only NEW YORK The Major League Players Association and the 24 American and National League clubs reached complete agreement on a three-year con- Iracl. subject to ratification by the players, ending a player strike and delay in the opening of spring training camps. Is Back By Popular Request AVCVS A Very "Special" Portrait Painter will be in the Mall Feb. 26 'til ?? Come Hav* Your Portrait Mad* (H«V« S«mething Eta) Northwest Arkansas Plaza *· $ur» and Join Us for Our lit Anniversary Sab Mar* 1-2-3 ,. · . FINAL WEEK! Magnavox Sale! SAVE^IOO This Magnavox 19" Diagonal Table Mode) with optional pedestal base has Total Automatic Color (T.A.C.) for color- right, perfectly tuned pictures. 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