Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 12, 1976 · Page 43
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. . ^ -- -- " v . » m . j t a A *· 1 J. V I \J · Prep wrestling Tucson-area schools among title favorites Ru nnn vxrun . . T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PACK 43 By BOB KEMP CiUjen Sportswriler Tucson-area high schools should figure prominently in this weekend's state championship wrestling tournaments which begin tomorrow at Arizona State University. Sahuaro, the AAA-Southem Division champ, and runnerup Sunnyside may find themselves battling for the championship Saturday night in the AAA class, while Canyon del Oro and Flowing Wells may be doing the same in the Class AA. Sahuaro, undefeated this year, qualified 11 wrestlers in last weekend's division tourney, but will have some difficult matches early. "Four of our guys face seeded opponents in the first round -- Dan Obenauf (105 pounds), Bob Couchenaur (119 pounds), Kelly Oby (191 pounds) and heavyweight Bob Valenzuela. If we could possibly get one of those wrestlers through, we would be in tremendous position," said Sahuaro coach Howard Breinig. "It could very well come down to us and Sunnyside." "One of the big keys in the tourney for us will be how Mark McKendrick (155 pounds) can do," continued Breinig. McKendrick probably will meet Tempe's Walt Favre in tomorrow night's quarterfinal round. Favre has a 9-1 record this season while McKendrick was undefeated this year in dual meets. Another key for the Cougars will be Junior Rodriguez (132 pounds) who lost his first match of the year in last weekend's divisionals. "The loss Rodriguez had last week might turn out good in the long run because he's working very hard this week," said Breinig. "We're depending on our middle six people to get points for us like we have all year." Wally Candelario (126 pounds), Rodriguez, Mark Diebolt (138. pounds), Jim Cortese (145 pounds), McKendrick and Tony Poe (167 pounds) between them have only lost eight matches all year and each has won at least one tournament. "We feel that Sahuaro is the team to beat at the moment," commented Sunnyside coach Don Klostreich. Greyhound Racing Tucson Greyhound Park Tonight's Entries Post Time 8 p.m. FIRST RACE: 5/14 Grade? 5. D's Bold 5-2 -,. Rv? WIdThnoM 3. MdrJsBIII 8-1 i. Bnnr Rd 6-1 7. Dulch Tllnv 9-2 8. Slrso 1 Am 12-1 SECOND RACE: Tucson C Grade 2 PERFECTA WAGERING 1. Hnks' BOY 5-2 2. Bia Rog 7-2 3. Dcwlts Mr fr-1 4. Vickie Paul 9-2 5. More Alike 8-1 4. Hsly Marie 12-1 7. RedJwl 10-1 8. ShrlvGray E-l THIRD RACE: 5/16 GradlM PERFECTA WAGERING 1. Pwr Twislr 1D-1 2. Mvstrian 5-2 3. Vll Emprs 9-2 4. Porkev 12-1 S. San Tan Oan 8-1 6. Gaddn Chel 7-2 7. Tozv 6-1 8. 0 Bv Gollv 8-1 FOURTH RACE: S/14 Grade 3 ARIZONA BRED PREFERRED (PERFECTA WAGERING) 1. Connie Whiz -1 2. Peblc Roc 1M 3. Babes Pride 7-2 4. Westrn Own EM 5. RcrtFllpor 5-2 6. Danas Pck 6-1 7. GGs Cspnlia 9-2 8. Snlv Snip 10-1 FIFTH RACE: Tucson C Grade 1 PERFECTA WAGERING l.MaddsMud 5-2 1. Aorl HITS 10-1 3. Leslie Grv 9-2 4. Hndv Pck 7-2 6. Ws Mrv Mlhw 8-1 7. Pleasr Fallh 8-1 8. Sure Sign 12-1 SIXTH RACE: 5/16 Grade 3 PERFECTA WAGERING 1. Mv Rn Eckrt 6-1 2. AH BubWl 9-2 3. OK Rov 6-1 4. Mllo 7-2 5. JnrrsFmla 10- 1 6. ROBIze 8-1 7. Tokio Flash 12-1 8. JW Hoov Cne 5-2 SEVENTH RACE : 5/14 Grade 1 PERFECTA WAGERING 1. Cnwv Llzv B-l 2. Wsl fcsl Ghsl 5-2 3. ErnloRch 9-2 4. Jckpot Judv 10-1 5. Stve Busrmn 8-1 6. Jo Brn Dnce 12-1 7. RndvPllard 6-1 s. Jlmmv Bishoc7-2 EIGHTH RACE: Tucson C. Grade 4 PERFECTA WAGERING 1. Supr Fllrl 5-2 2. McksDcflns 6-1 3. TBsSall 10-1 4. Ikle 8-1 5. Hrllkn Hnk 12-1 6. MRS Bo Mike 7-2 7. SprvRuler 9-2 8. Cld Tar 8-1 TOEffwrasss 1 2:W'e v a 3. Kaluo 5-2 4. Strutn Mutt -1 5. Monotne 12-1 6. WW Cmchro 10-1 7. oshksh Good 8-1 8. Chlpman 9-2 TENTH RACE: 5/liGrade2 PERFECTA WAGERING 1. Mrlyns MQic 9-2 2. Mdd Drlcn 12-1 3. Waltr Jo 10-1 4. Al Slump 6-1 5. Kngs Ovr EM 6. Clp'em Clem 7-2 7. Oshkosh SprmEM 8. WT Bonus 5-2 ELEVENTH RACE: 5/14 Gradt 3 I.FIeelPetna 5-2 2. DAs Cream 9-2 J. HrvvS Jkr EM 4. Grk Hrnel 8-1 !:»«»$ 1. MIMSrpEole)2-l 8. D'sCnfrasT 6-1 TWELVETH RACE: Tucson C. Grade 3 PERFECTA WAGERING J.MsDsrtEch 10-I 4. Andy Hutf 12-1 5. Peanut Pckr B-l i. ws RflRockeia-1 7. Desert Darl 6-1 B. JW Hi RISC 9-2 Yesterday's Results FIRST RACE--5/16 Mile, Grade 2 -- S Misting Dreamer a 80, 4.60, 3.80. 1 Maleka 3.40. 4.20. B UOikl 4.40. Q. 15 (13.20) T. SECOND RACE -- Tucson Course, Grade 1 -- 1 Veda Faith 4.30. 3,00, 2.40. 3 Tagflcr Jack 4.80. 3.30. S Frlsch 3.40. O. -3 (11.20) DD. S-l 122.20) T. 40.01. THIRD RACE -- 5/16 Mile, Grade 4 -2 Oklahoma Rusty 5.00, 3 40, 3.70. 6 Fast Nancv 4.JO. S.BO. 7 Marv Jo 10,60. Q. 2-6 (19,*0) T.31.85. FOURTH RACE --5/16 Mile. Grade 3 -- 3 W'S Paper Doll 4.60. 3.20, 2.60. 8 Neon Sun 320. 2.80. 7 Nlta Cres 4.00. O. 38 (15.00) T. 31.63. FIFTH RACE -- Tucson Course, Grade 2 -- 2 R.v.'s Grinner 10.80. 4.20. 4 40. 5 D's Haley 3.00, 3.M. 6 Big Cycle 500.0.2-5(17.601 T. 39.89. SIXTH RACE--5/16 Mile. Grade 3 -- 6 KeoM 3.40. 2.40. 2.40. B Jlmmv J 6 20, 2.BO. 3 Go Fire EcJxert J.AO. Q. r8 (1540) T. "sIvENTH RACE-5/16 Mile. Grade 1 -- 8 Ray's Superaur 29,60. 16.60, 5,20. ? Oklahoma Tip 8.00, 3.60. 4 O.K. Mclvln 6.40. Q. 2-8 (SS 801 T. 31.49. EIGHTH RACE -- Tucson Course, · Grade 3 - 1 Kisalchle 2460. 20.00, 4.60. 8 A H Blue Belle 9.00, 4.60. 7 Oklahoma Suss34ft 0. 1.8(134.90). T-40.M. NINTH RACE -- 5/16 Mile. Grade 1 -6 MV Monlauc 12.20. 5.80. 4.00. 1 Molaye Whiz .60, 4.00. 8 Trendy S 00. O. 1-6 117 SO) T 31 86 TENTH RACE -- S/16, Grade 2 -- I Gold Allhl 17.40, 11.80, 5.M.6 Lcnora 14.M, iaO. 3 lone MO 3.80. Q. 1-6 (177.20) T. ^ELEVENTH R A C E - 5/16 Mile, Grade 3 -- Al Go Steel 12M..7.00, 3,«. J Kino Eagle 3.80. 2.80. 8 A. H. Yodv 4.40, 8 24 117 BO) T. 31.39. TWELFTH RACE - Tucson Course, Grade 3 -- Shannon O'Oell 7 00, 540. 3.60. 2 Susan Ray 8 «. 5.80. 4 Ralnev's Rejon 740. Q. 1-2 (28.80) Pert 1-2 12000 T. 40.29 All 1.687 Big Q- 24 and 1 2 (32000). Handle 122,021. "We think we have a real good chance to win, though, as we have six people who could possibly go all the way for us." The Blue Devils had five champions in last week's divisional tournament Vince Guerra (98 pounds), Richard Ortiz and Armando Ortega (155 pounds) and Klostreich feels all five along with Mark Huppenthal (126 pounds) could figure prominently and possibly carry Sunnyside to the title. Mesa, Tempe, Tempe McClintock and Alhambra figure also. to be in the running Golf Notes Randolph South Fran Bachelier carded a 34% to win first-flight even- holes play of the Catalina Women's Golf Association. Celeste Garigan was the run- nerup with a 35'/ 2 . Second-flight winner Kay Bjorn shot a 39, followed by Dolores Settlemeyer, 39% Davls-Monthan Marge Franklin fired a 67 to win yesterday's first-flight play of the D-M women's !· hole group. Dot Palika and Vi Lindholm tied for second with 71s. Second flight's champ, Dee Mitchell, shot a 70, three strokes ahead of Mary Jane McConnell. Third flight's winner, Evelyn Scott, had a 72, two strokes better than Ruth Crites. In the nine-hole group, Linda Bove won with a 29. Berta Holcomb was runnerup with 36. Rolling Hills Two teams tied for first in yesterday's Rolling Hills women's best-ball play: Erie Holland-Anne Gaynor and Gwen Hardy-Shirley Whitlock. Both shot 45s. Third with 48 were Gwen Kelly and Ruth Hardin. Skyline In yesterday's most one-putt green play, Shirley Rooker captured Class-A competition with 12 putts. Class B's Peg Johnson won with seven as five players tied for second with six, Evelyn Hawks, Gert Siegel, Virgie Evanoff, Nancy Quigley and Diana Ryan. In Class C, Jean Stringer and Thelma Hood won with seven followed by Carmen Hiner and Helen Hood, six. Canyon del Oro is the favorite to win the AA title along with defending champ Hoi- brook while Flowing Wells, Snowflake and Tuba City are expected to make a run at the title. "We are in as good as shape as we have been all year," said CDO coach Dick Evers. "I really think we're set to go. "We've depended on team balance all year and this weekend should be no exception as we qualified 12 wrestlers in last week's division tourney. The Dorados have been led all year by senior Ron Molina (112 pounds), who has lost twice all year and heavyweight Randy Printz, who has lost once this year and he pinned all opponents but one since Christmas. "It'll be an uphill climb for us, but if we get a couple breaks we could come out very well," says Flowing Wells coach Dave Thomas. ASDB qualified six wrestlers in the B-C class and could also do well this weekend. The Sentinels have been led all year by defending state champ Rene Stuppi (155 pounds), who has a four-year varsity record of 42-1. AAA preliminary matches begin tomorrow at 1 with the quarterfinals in all classes scheduled to start at 5. The AAA consolation round begins tomorrow night at 8, while all semifinal matches will be Saturday morning at 10. All championship rounds are Saturday night. Admission is $2.50 for adults and $1.50 for students. UCLA coach Terry Donahue has been named head football coach at the University of California at Los Angeles. He succeeds Dick Vermeil who resigned recently to take (he head coaching job with the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League. The 31- year-old Donahue has been an assistant coach at UCLA since 1971. Gauna quits Eagles' job Santa Rita High School varsity baseball coach Bob Gauna has resigned effective immediately to accept a position with the Federal Bureau of Investigation in Washington, school officials announced today. Varsity tennis coach Ken Kurtz, a former University of Arizona baseball player, will take over varsity baseball duties. Grades ground McTear CLEVELAND (AP) -- The announced visit of prep dash sensation Houston McTear to the Knights of Columbus track meet at the Coliseum Saturday night has been canceled, apparently because of academic problems. McTear, 18 and coholder of the world's outdoor lOO-yard dash mark of 9.0 seconds, will be replaced by Ivory Crockett, who shares that mark. "McTear's grades have slipped and his principal said he had to cancel the rest of his indoor schedule," explained meet director Dan Ferranza. McTear, of Baker, Fla., was to run the 60-yard dash here. He is unbeaten so far this season. Pro Basketball NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Divliion Boston 35 is ,?§J Buffalo 32 21 MM Philadelphia 33 ·" "" New York 26 Central Division Cleveland 29 "a Washington 29 a Houston 25 U New Orleans 25 2S Atlanta 25 28 in .569 .sss .S20 ,«0 .m WESTERN CONFERENCE Mldwetl Division Milwaukee 22 31 .415 Detroit 20 31 .«2 Kansas Clly 19 35 .352 Chicago 16 36 .308 Paclllc Division Golden Stale 37 15 Los Angeles 77 27 JL b 4V, 4'/i ll'/l Portland Seattle Phoenix .712 .SCO .453 .442 YnterOar Milwaukee 109, New York 95 Philadelphia 118. Portland 106 Houston 115, Boston 103 Phoenix 123, Detroit 94 Seattle 93, New Orleans 90 Ben Crenshaw money leader W A S H I N G T O N ( A P ) -Johnny Miller's victory in the Bob Hope Desert Classic on Sunday made him the youngest golfer ever to win $1 million in a career on the golf tour, but it wasn't enough to overtake Ben Crenshaw as the money-winning leader of 1976. 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