The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on December 22, 1976 · Page 21
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December 22, 1976 FAGK 20 HAYS DAILY NEWS Weskan Beats Srewster, 85-75 ,WESKAN - In a . high Scoring non-league battle Tuesday night, the Weskan Cbyotes beat the Brewster fiblldogs, 85-75. ."The Coyotes, with a one-two scoring punch, received a couple of 30 point plus performances as Clay Engleman had 37 and Kevin Cox 33. Blau headed the scoring for the Bulldogs with 19. Brewster won the B-game, 69-48. Taggart To///es 42 in Losing Effort Woskan I fg ft pf tp 'Crotingcr Mole Welsh Cox Knglenan Maguire .'Totals Brewsler (75) Lister •New Blau Mclzler McKec H6yt 0 3 0 14 14 2 33 6 . . .7 7 5 1 4 't 3 I) 4 II 3 5 1 9 4 3 3 19 18 1 4 1 4 5 5 :) 1 •1 4 1 1 2 6 0 33 37 1 K> 13 15 1'J 13 li 9 Totals . ..no 15 19 75 BOGUE — Despite one of the better scoring performances in a number of years for an area player, the Natoma Tigers just couldn't hold off the Bogue Bluejays in the second half and dropped a 73-60 decision in a non-league affair Tuesday night. While the Bluejays were ringing up their fourth win in five starts, the big excitment of the game was the 42 points thrown in by Natoma's Frank Taggart. Taggart, who had scored only 36 points during the first four games, hit 16 fielders and 10 free shots. The only other Tiger in double figures was Joel Elliott with 13. High for the Bluejays, who put together a balanced scoring attack, were Arnie Carter with 20, Dave Gustafson 15, Phil Switzer 14 and Bryce Hooper 12. The Tigers, who upset the Quinter Bulldogs last Friday, led 16-11 after the first quarter and 31-28 at half time. The Jays started their comeback and at the third quarter stop had nosed in front by one, 51-50. Overall record for the up- and-down Tigers now stands at 2-3. The Natoma girls squared matters a little as they found the going mighty easy in rolling up a 72-26 win. The Natoma girls also won the B-game, 24-4. Natoma (DO) . Taggarl 16 10 3 42 Reynolds 1 1 5 3 Masters o o 5-0 Elliott 6 o 1 13 Stout I o 3 2 Wiggins 0 020 .24 12 18 GO Totals Girls Rogue<2fl> fg ft pf tp C.lrby 2 2 5 fi Thompson 2 o 5 4 L. Irby 0 2 2 " Woostcr T. Irby 1 Van Locncn 0 .3 5 3 II 5 2 Carter Gustafson Hooper Stephen Swilzer VanljOenen Totals fg ft Pf IP . . 7 6 1 20 7 t 1 15 6 0 3 12 I) B 4 6 5 4 2 14 11 0 5 6 28 17 1C 73 Totals 8 10 20 26 NalomoO2> Hackerott 9 0 4 18 Lund 4 3 1 11 Vogcl I 0 0 2 LundT 5 0 2 10 Terry 4 5 4 13 Craig 2 7 2 11 Dickenson. 3 .0 I Parsons Murphy. Totals 28 16 20 72 GIRLS AND BOYS YOUR OWN MONEY! YOUR OWN BUSINESS! PRIZES TOO! The Hays Daily News is looking for bright enterprising, young people to carry the newspaper. If you are 10 years or older and fit these requirements, clip this ad and send It In right away. Hurry! Name City... I Want To Carry The Hays Daily News Address Phone Number Age MARGIE, 6UT IM KIND OF AFRAlP I HAP A 6RANPFATHER UJHO PIPN'T THINK MUCH OF REAPING... HE ALWAYS SAID THAT IF 40U REAP TOO MANV BOOKS, ^OUR HEAP UWLD FALL OFF... ~tTZ t-COU START THE FIRST CHAPTER, SIR, AND I'LL HOLD ONTO fOUR HEAP.' ^lWt<c.a BEETLE BAILEY T>4e MATTER WITH THEM? UP A6AIM, UP,TC?0. EVEN THE STOCK :.'LIL ABNER AHU. YO'— OOPS*- I2.IV NANCY I ALWAYS BRING MY TEACHER AN APPLE — BUT NOT TODAY NANCY-W HAT'S THAT ? A JAR OF APPLESAUCE FOR MY TEACHER. SHE'S HAVING- TROUBLE WITH HER NEW FALSE TEETH DO WE KNOW ANYBODY WORTH A BUCK FIFTY? MAY I READ IT FIRST? I HAVE A COLLECT )1 TELEGRAM FOR A DOLLAR FIFTY JOE PALOOKA ..WE CUT AMP V..TO MAKE SELL THE LOGS SPRUCE ..ANPWEUSE THE BLANCHES, KlEEPLES, ANPCONE3.. SO YOU USE EVERYTHING EXCEPT THE WINP WHISTLING THROUGH THE BRANCHES/.. : WE'RE WORKING ON THAT.'.' THEES BBS OUR? LEETLE BREWERY, JOE.'.. Plainville Wins Mat Invitational PLAINVILLE - With great balance, the Plainville Cardinals won their own Invitational Wrestling meet last Saturday. Finishing among the top four in 11 of the 12 matches, the Cards won the team championship with 152 points. Leoti was second with 147'^, followed by Norton '132, Wheatland 79V4, Grinnell 65, Victoria 31 and Lincoln IS'/i. The Cards claimed three firsts, three seconds, three thirds and two fourth places. Winning the championships for the homestanding Cardinals were Plante, 119-pound class; Markley, 167-pound class; and Eilers, heavyweight Results: 98-pound class Championship — Lee (Lincoln) dccisioned Riemann (Norton) 9-5. Third place — Steinert (Plainville) dccisioned Lonbcrger I Leoti) 104). 105-pound class \ Championship — Zcrr (Wheatland) decisioned Lcwellen (Lincoln) ?•«, Third place — Normandin (Plainville) decisioned McChcsney (Norton) 9-0. 112-pound class Championship - Vlck (Norton) dccisioned Summerall (Plainville) 8-5. Third place — Hickman (Leoti I dccisioned French (Lincoln) 10-6. 119-pound class Championship — Plante (Plainville) decisioned Chapin (Wheatland) 5-0. Third place — Hanna (Lincoln) decisioned Hacette (Grinnell) 18-0. 126-pound class Championship — DeLeon (Lincoln) decisioned Boucher (Plainville) 4-3. Third place — Fisher (Norton) decisioned Scheck (Victoria) 6-2. 132-pound class Championship — Durham (Norton) decisioned LaDuke (Plainville) 11-4. Third Place — Mehl (Lincoln) pinned Gillespie (Wheatland). lag-pound class Championship — Truetken (Wheatland) decisioned Snaden (Lincoln) 5-2. Third place — McKenna (Norton) decisioned Becker (Plainville) 8-0. 145-pound class Championship — Brown (Lincoln) pinned Davlr (Norton). Third place — Bieker I Plainville) decisioned Racette •(Urinnell)7-2. 155-pound class Championship — Bowman (Norton) decisioned Baalman (Grinnell) 14-4. Third place — Gehrke (Victoria) decisioned Margrave (Plalnvjlle) 11-6. 167-pound class Championship — Markely (Plainville) pinned Schroeder (Grinnell). Third place Lines (Lincoln) pinned Jorgenson (Leoti) 185-pound class . Championship — Sander (Victoria) decisioned Cox (Wheatland) 5-4. Third place — Cook (Norton) decisioned Murray (Leoti) 7-2. . Heavyweight Championship — Eilers (Plainville) pinned Watt (Lincoln). Third place — Donaldson (Norton) decisioned Rebarchek (Grinnell) 14-0. • High School Scores Kansas High Sschool Basketball By United Press International Atchison 65 Washburn Rural 61OT BLue Valley 68 Louisburg 63 Bern 81 Midway of Denton 55 Blue Stem 71 Douglas 651 ol I Bogue 73 JMatoma 60 Central of Burden 53 'Cedarvale 44 CoffeyvilleBl Columbus 67 Colgan 53 Girard 52 Concordia 74 Beloit 70 Courtland 108 Hillcrest W Dorrance 92 Bazine 51 Ellinwood 70 Ellsworth 50 Ellis58LaCross50 Esbon 45 North Central 42 Fairfield59Halstead55 Ft. Scott72Chanute47 Garden City 78 Gayman 53 Goessel 78 Pretty Prairie 76 Hamilton 52 Northern Heights 48 Mansion 50 Utica 15 Highland Park 62 Hayden 37 HillCity49Plainsville47 Hillsboro 45 Peabody 44 Horton65Sabetha50 Hutchinson 69 Winfield 49 Inman59Hesston57 Jamestown 56 Waconda East 49 Jetmore 54 Dighton 48 Lebanon 69 Scandia 52 Le'nora73Logan71 Lhidsborg 51 Marion 45 Lucas 61 Kensington 59 Lyndon 55 Central Heights 43 Madison 58 Hartford 44 Manhattan 52 Salina Central 45 Mankato76Jewell56 McPherson 56 Great Bend 56 Meade 45 Greensburg 36 Moundridge 57 Remington 51 Oakley 94 St. Francis 59 Oberlin 58 Hoxie 3.1 Oxford 49 Udall 48 Russell 55 Lincoln 53 Shawnee Mission Northwest 55 Shawnee Mission South 45 Silvcrlake 68 Redding 38 Skyline 54 Stafford 34 St. Halls 4'J Altuna-Midway 47 Tescott 55 Sylvan Grove 43 Trinity 82 Bcrean Academy 74 Troy51Powhatten50 Valley Falls 65 Jefferson West 32 Valley Heights 51 Centrailia 50 Washington 69 Shawnee Mission Kast 66 OT Westkan 85 Broosler 75 Hauling Down A Rebound La Crosse's Ray Schraeder (40) out- battles Ellis' Mike Augustine for a rebound in an exciting non-league contest at La Crosse Tuesday night. No. 31 is Dave Wilson for La Crosse, and No. 10 for Ellis is Rodger Lang. Ellis, coming from behind; won the battle, 58-50, for its sixth straight win of the season. La Crosse's overall record stands at 1-4. Ellis Called 'Super' Team Following Win LA CROSSE — How good are the Ellis Railroaders? "They are a super ball team," said La Crosses coach Scott Stein after his Leopards were defeated by the Railroaders, 58-50, in a. non-league battle Tuesday night. 1 And the fans on hand for the affair would have to agree with coach Stein, as it had to our balanced scoring. For the first time Bob Honas and Mike Augustine didn't?have to carry all of the- scoring," added coach Bowen after checking the scorebook and"finding four of his starters in the double figures. Augustine led the way with 20 points and they were extra hard to come by as the Cats' 1- take something special to get 3-1 zone really had the big lad by the Cats Tuesday night. The Leopards, playing near perfect ball during the first three quarters, had the Railroaders chasing them until the final six minutes of the game. "This could have been one of our better- games. It for sure was one of our more aggressive outputs," said coach Stein who was disappointed about losing, but not displeased with the play of his team. On the Ellis side, the Railroaders' coach Tom Bowen was impressed with the La Crosse team. "For their size they are good jumpers and they shoot the ball well," coach Bowen said about the Leopards. As for his own ball team Bowen said "I don't think we played that well. Maybe it was because the boys had the Christmas vacation on their minds but we had too many uncalled for turnovers." "What really looks good was bottled up. Of the seven fielders he threw in, only one came on a layup. The rest were on short jump shots. Drawing the assignment to defend Augustine was Ray Schraeder, who coach Stein felt did an outstanding job. Stein also received a balanced scoring, attack as he too had four of his starters in the double-figure scoring. Rod Krug, doing some good outside shooting, hit seven of 11 from the field for 14 points, while Dave Wilson had 13, and Schraeder and Kevin, Moeder had 10 apiece. Also in the twin digits for the Railroaders were Rodger Lang with 14,. and Honas and Tim Herman with 10 each. Both Herman and Honas dropped in a couple of key baskets during the comeback in the fourth quarter. Honasi on a great second effort, scored the basket that knotted the game at 42-all with 5:51 remaining to be played. After a steal, Herman hit Hill City Holds Off Plainville PLAINVILLE - The Hill City Ringnecks held off the Plainville Cardinals in the fourth quarter to pick up a well-earned 49-47 Mid- Continent .League win Tuesday night. The battle, nip-and-tuck from the start, found the Ringnecks holding two-points leads, 10-8, after the first quarter and 22-20 at intermission time. At the end of the third quarter Hill City was leading by three, 37-34. Taking the game scoring honors, his best output of the season, was Plainville's Frank Dreher with 21. The Ringnecks, with a little more balance, had three players in the double figures. Jerry Nix, who was the Ringnecks' leader in the last three games had 16, while Tom Clark had 11 and Kyle Hawk 10. With both teams closing out for the Christmas break, the Ringnecks have a 3-3 record while the Cards fell below the .500,2-3. Hill City also won the B- game, 43-39. Leading scorers were Matheny for Hill City with 12 and Rusty Hrabe for Plainville eight. The Plainville girls found the going much easier as they won both games. The Plainville varsity posted a 32-20 win, while the B- teamers recorded a 20-15 win. I'lainvilleMVI GIIU.S Plainville Kills Abbott McCune Malin Wilson Totals Hill City (201 Deatch Jilka Clark Beecher fg 5 1 2 2 2 1 13 2 3 a 2 ft i n o 2 n '\ 6 0 0 0 0 0 pf ^ 4 n 3 n i 13 4 ? "i 2 1 tP n ? 4 6 4 n 32 4 n 4 5 2 Totals . 10 0 17 20 Dreher Owings Page Weigel Jones Totals Hill C'lly UU> Hawk Jackson Matheny Clark Nix Gansel fg 9 2 3 1 . .. .' 1 .-.-.a 19 5 :i 0 2 6 2 ft :i 2 0 n 3 1 4 0 0 1 7 4 1 P[ 5 4 J •t 2 IS 1 3 1 2 2 2 IP 21 6 6 ? 5 7 47 10 6 1 11 16 5 Totals . .18 13 11 49 Zimmer Named To Coaching Position BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (UPI) — Tom Zimmer, son of Boston Red Sox Manager Don Zimmer, has been named to replace Harry Warner as manager of the Minnesota Twins' Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., farm team. The 24-year-old Zimmer served as bullpen coach for the St. Louis Cardinals in 1976. from the side to give the Railroaders a 44-42 lead, their first lead since the opening basket in the first quarter. During the remaining five- and-half minutes, the Railroaders, taking advantage of a number of LaCrosse turnovers, had a scoring edge of 14-8. The Cats were charged with six turnovers during the final eight minutes of the game while committing only eight during the first three quarters. The Leopards held a slim two-point, 12-10, lead at the end of the first quarter as Schraeder scored on a layup with 15 seconds remaining. The Railroaders knotted it to start off the second period, but Krug followed with a set with 6:50 showing, and from there on La Crosse led until the fourth quarter. The Cats held a halftime lead of 22-19 and appeared to have momentum going in the third as they enjoyed their biggest lead of the game, six points, with 15 seconds remaining. A tip by Augustine as the buzzer sounded cut the Leopards' lead to four, 40-36, at the end of the third. The Railroaders then got back into the game as the Cats had trouble with the full court press thrown in by coach Bowen. Although the Leopards had the edge in rebounding during the first three quarters, they were wipped, 9-3, in the fourth and came out short for the game, 24-23. The Railroaders had 17 turnovers during the first three quarters and most of them came on bad passes. Ellis had only two miscues in the fourth quarter. With Dean Jay scoring 11 and Jeff Hendrick 10, the Leopards won the B-game, 5038. High for Ellis was Greg Leiker with 10. Showing a lot of promise, the Leopards also won the freshmen game, 65-50. Ellis 1581 FG KT PF TP Homburg 2-4 0-104 Lang 4-7 6-7 214 Herman 5-12 0-0 1 10 Homas 5-13 0-2 4 10 Augustine 7-15 6-9 0 20 .23-51 12-19 7 58 Totals l.u Crosse (50) Krug 7-11 (Hi 3 '14 Augustine .1-1 (M) 0 2 Wilson .............. 5-11 3-4 4 Schraeder ............ 5-8 0-0 5 VO Moeder .............. 4-9 2-2 3 10 Jay .................. 0-2 1-2 II Hendrick ....... IHI 0-030 Totals 22-41! .6-11 l»

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