Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 12, 1976 · Page 46
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PAGE 4 TUCSON D A I L Y C I T I Z E N THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1976 Cochise visits Pima cagers can't afford loss tonight Faced with slill another "must w i n " game, Pima Community College will try to use its homecourt edge tonight against Cochise College to keep its playoff hopes alive. The 7:30 p.m. contest in the PCC Gym -- free to spectators -- pits the Aztec cagers, Aztecs enter tourney Ten wrestlers will carry the hope of Pima Community College into tomorrow's conference championships at Phoenix, where two nationally ranked teams will be competing. Pima's Aztecs are 6-2 for in- conference dual meets, losing only to Mesa, ranked fifth in the nation, and Phoenix College, eighth among junior colleges. Coach Eli Noble will he without the services of Dave Obenauf, 142 pounds, who hurt an ankle in last Friday's 25-15 win over Central Arizona College at Coolidge. Sophomore Barry Batson, a 150-pounder who's undefeated in dual matches, is slated to reduce and replace the injured Obenauf. Batson also is a favorite to advance to the Feb. 20 region- ats at Mesa CC. Last year, he made it to the nationals before losing. Tournament host Phoenix, which was edged by Mesa 1816 earlier this month, is led by three Sunnyside High School g r a d u a t e s , Bobby Parra, Eddie Ortiz and Joe Romero. Wrestling for Pima should be Rudy Molina, 118 pounds, Greg A n a y a , 126, Sergio Mayer, 134, Batson, 142, Don Gardner, 150. Dan Rosier, 158, Pete Montoya, 167, Manny Martinez, 177, Vic Nordstrum, 190, and Doug Brewington, heavyweight. Aztecas take on Glendale Special !o Ihe Citiien GLENDALE -- After a loss Tuesday night, the women cagers of Pima Community College will try to win their sixth conference game tonight against Glendale CC. The 5-3 Aztecas edged the Phoenix-area team, 6(V56, in their last encounter in January behind the 24 points and 28 rebounds of center Rose Lewis. Glendale is 1-5 in conference play. Miss Lewis, a S-foot-7'/2 f r e s h m a n f r o m M a r a n a , scored 18 points on Tuesday in a losing effort against Mesa CC at home. The PCC team had hoped to move into a tie for second in the Arizona Women's Community College Conference, but lost, 60-5-1. 5-5 and in third place in the conference and 14-9 overall; against the cellar-dwelling Douglas team, 4-5 ant! 12-10 overall. The game is only one of three left for Pima in (he Arizona Community College Athletic Conference. The Aztecs need to advance one-half game into second place to make the Feb. 27 playoffs. Arizona Western is first in the five-team Southern Division with a 6-3 record, Eastern Arizona is second at 5-4, and Pima is tied with Central Arizona College, a team they beat Tuesday at home. It was a come-from-behind win which ended, 63-58, in spite of some sluggish Aztec play and rebounding, which is sure to be a factor against Cochise's Apaches. 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