The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 16, 1967 · Page 9
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HONORED GRIDDERS—Raymond George, left, Luxora High School senior was named this week to the Class B All- State team while Willie Kirkland, right, of Harrison High earned placement on the Region 2-AA All-District team for new member schools in the Arkansas Athletic Association. (Courier News Photo) Arkansas Scores By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS College Arkansas College 79, Arkansas A&M 63 Ozarks 67, Hendrix 52 Harding 67, Arkansas Tech 65, overtime Ouachita 63, Southern State 60 Tennessee Tech 73, Arkansas State University 70 East Central Oklahoma 100, John Brown University 87 High School. Little Rock Horace Mann 74. Little Rock Hall 50 North Little Rock 65, Blytheville 48 Leachville 49, Trumann 29 Fort Smith Northside 47, Texarkana 26 Monticello 60, Crosselt 57 Hot Springs Lakeside G4, Arkadelphia 52 Camden Lincoln 66, Camden SI Lonoke 63, Carlisle 33 Springfield, Mo. 72, Fayetteville 58 •• :•:- . Deaf School 88, Hazen 37 Barton 66, Sheridan 49 McAlmont Harris 82, Sylvan Hills 41 Helena Central 65, Greene ] County Tech 51 ; • • | Paragould 43, Newport 40, overtime Oak Grove 73, Greenway 63 El Dorado 66,. Hot Springs 59 Pine Bluff 53, Jonesboro 51 Stuttgart 70, Forrest City 47 Scores Colbge Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS EAST St. John's, N.Y., 78, Seton Hall 49 Syracuse 90, Penn St. 89, ot St. Joseph's, Pa., 77, Hofstra 69 Cornell 74, Columbia 57 Wash'n. & Jefferson 63, Rochester 60 SOUTH Davidson 81, Wm. & Mary 75 Furman 77, Erskine 59 Richmond 90, E. Carolina 83 Southwestern Louisiana 87, Lamar Tech 74 S.C. State 125, Alabama A&M 97 Knoxville 104, Allen 94 East. Ky. 95, Tampa 89 MIDWEST Creighton 70, Arizona 66 No. Mich 87, N.D. State 76 Valparaiso 89, Long Beacn 78 111. St. 81, Cent. Mich. 73 Emporia St., Kan., 72, Northwestern, Okla. 62 SOUTHWEST Bishop 100, Sam Houston St. 91 Tenn. Tech 73, Ark. State 70 FAR WEST Seattle 76, Ohio U. 68 Nebraska 75, Submarine Forces Pacific 65 Weber State 68, Hawaii 57 Idaho 77, No. Arizona 70 So. Calif. 75, Oklahoma 63 New Mex. St. 80, Ariz. St. 70 Los Angeles Loyola 93, Colorado State U. 69 Occidental 83, Cal Lutheran 67 Colo. Mines 130, S.D. Tech 100 Tournaments Milwaukee Classic First Round Marquette 78, Fla: State 58 Wisconsin 96, La. State 94 Cable Car Classic At San Francisco First Round Santa Clara 91, Chicago Loy-. ola 88 ' W. Kentucky 90, San Fran. 70 Volunteer Classic At Knoxville, Tcnn. First Round Tulsa 55, Army 53 Tennessee 66, Illinois 42 Sunflower Classic Doublebeader At Lawrence, Kan. Kan. St. 82, Texas A&M 77 Kansas 67, Cincinnati 61 Hockey •Illlllllll Illlinil ll!lllllinulllllllllllllllinill!lllll National Hockey League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Friday's Results Oakland 4, Boston 1 Minnesota 3, Los Angeles 0 Today's Games Detroit at Montreal New York at Toronto Boston at Los Angeles Chicago at Pittsburgh Philadelphia at St. Louis Minnesota at Oakland Sunday's Game! Montreal at Detroit Toronto at Chicago St. Louis at New York Pittsburgh at Philadelphia Monday's Games No games scheduled Gosnell, Dell, Luxora Winners Blythevffl* (Ark.) Courier News — Saturday, December 18, 1967 — Page Nine By Frank Ellis Courier News Sports Editor .Tournaments and regularly scheduled games highlighted the action in high school basketball lait night. QOSNELL rolled to an overwhelming victory over MISSCO, beating the visitors to the tune of-93-69. The Pirates of Coach Quitman Sullins hit 57 percent of their field goal tries and 86 percent from the charity stripe. In addition, the Sullins-men outrebounded the losers, 48-27. "It was a good team effort all the way," Sullins said, "and the most points we have scored this year. Every man on the team played real well. It was the first time every fellow on the team was hot on the same night." The 86 percent in the free throw department followed an even better 94 percent in the Pirates last outing. Eddie Williams poured in 25 points to. lead both teams while Chuck Gentry added 23 and Cliff Parrott, 20. Steve Dorris contributed 15 and Mike Myers, 8, as James Holloway added 2. Missco scoring was led by Roger Terrell with 15, Roy Walling, 14, and Thomas Barnes, 10. Coach Joe Bratcher's junior high squad lost the opener, 34-20. Ken Murray led the losers with 13 markers as the Pirates- to-be dropped their third game against four wins. * * + DELL defeated WILSON 5750 at the losers' court. Behind 35-17 at halftime, the Bulldogs came back strongly but it was not enough to overcome the forces of Coach William Wyatt. Jackson led the winners with 29 points and got able assistance from Thompson's 18, and Smith's 11. Roberson dumped in 20 for the 'Dogs as Faulkner and Cissell added 12 and Parnell, 6. Wilson's Bulipups took the preliminary game, 44-21. Scoring showed Stewart with 12, Hayes and Hunt, 8, Bussey, 7, and Brigance, 2 while Healey's 8 and Owens' 4 paced Dell. * * * LUXORA bested Parkin 66-56 in a game which saw the Panthers lead throughout the contest. "It was a pretty good first half," Coach Ray Patterson said, "but our defense wasn't as good as it should have been." Luxora led at the half, 44-24 and cooled off somewhat in the final 16 minutes. Tommy Gathen collected 22 to lead the way to the win. Leslie Alsworth and Wilson Porter added 10 each while Cliff Yarbrough got 9. . Don George contributed 8, Bobby Bynum and Vic Hannah, 2 each. Luxora's girls dropped a 2419 decision in the opener. Judy . McGarrity netted . 9, Wanda Seatpn, 6, and Donna Chun, 4 in a game which moved slowly, Parkin leading at the half, 9-5. . * •*• + ARMOREL whipped SHAWNEE 76-50 in another game in which. the visitors . led all the way. Walt Hopper basketed 24 markers while Leon Lewis garnered 17 for Coach John Bass. By TOE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK (AP) - Sun Gala finished second to Solo Landing in the Swift Stakes on the opening d»y of the New York ricjng «aptm «t Aqueduct list Marcli.On Friday, the last •lay of the season, Sun Gala finished second to It. Thonw in th« Syiwiby Hindfclp. Lest We Forget To Remember ". . . and Phase, Bleu all of Daddy's Laundry and Dry Cleaning Customers" Nll-WA Laundry-Cleaners iiu fin K;%%% OHN NIGHTS TIL 1:00 Danny King posted 16 for the losing Indians. Armorel's record now slands at 10-2. In a preliminary, Shawnee Jayvees took the decision, 44-33. LEACHV1LLE romped over Trumann, 49-29, despite the absence of Preston Tate, the Lions second-leading scorer. Ronnie Keith led all scorers with a strong performance for 20 points while Ricky Drury added 12. Joe Sharp grabbed 16 rebounds, and, according to Coach John Widner, "did an outstanding job on, defense." The freshmen squad won its sixth without defeat, 33-17. Terry Adams had 14 and Hugh Rhodes, 8, for the Lion Cubs. * i * MISSCO HIGH SCHOOL'S Tournament semifinal games saw REISER and DYESS, 3832 in a game between junior cagers. Center with 28 led Keiser w'-iie Davis' 17 paced Dyess. CRAWFORDSVILLE bested RISER'S varsity girls squad 63-58. Davis netted 24 and Hart 23 for Hie Yellowjackets but it was not enough for a win. In an overtime game, MISSCO beat TURRELL, 46-44, in another clash of juniors. Missco led at halftime, 21-20 and Waiting's 26 led the way to the final outcome. Williams and Pilgrim added 9 each for the winners. Derrick's 17, Clay's 15, and Boyles, 12, accounted for the losers' total. MISSCO eliminated DYESS in the senior bracket with a 64-34 romp. Tuggle's 20 showed the way as Cox added 17 and Whitlow, 15. Seymour with 19 and Brown with 12 paced Dyess. At 5:30 tonight, finals will get underway. HERB ADDERLEY of the Green Bay Packers comprises one-half of the greatest corner back team in pro football, according to the Giants' Fran Tarkenton. Adderley and teammate Dob Jeter provide a "mystery" to most quarterbacks and receivers. ROAD TEST—Bob Tullius, in a Dodge Dart, leads Monty Winkler. in an Alpha, " through Cappy's Corner on the demanding 1.7 mile course at Marlboro. Mel. Uoth •ers are amon£ the best at the motor soorts' ultimate—endurance racinff. ""' East Is East And Twain Mi By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS, day's rematch. The Raiders suf- East is East and West is :'ered an early-season 27-14 loss Trouble for the slumping New!to the Jets, the only setback for York Jets, who tackle Oakland's Daryle Lamonica & Co. in 12 Vestern Division champions Sunday in a key American Foot- jail League scrap. starts. Lamonica completed 23 of 35 passes in last Sunday's 19-7 triumph .over Houston but failed to connect for a touchdown for the first time this year. Jets' Eastern winner. The Chiefs. 8-5, expect to fine);.' Denver, 3-10, considerably inl- provcd since they mauled thS Broncos 52-9 in their first meeting. The Broncs. who come off <i.- bye following their 33-21 upscT.".' over New York two weeks ago," ! have beaten Kansas City ju$t" once in 15 meetings. 'Fights The Jets started the weekend in a 7-4-1 deadlock for the Eastern Division lead with the Houson Oilers, who entertained San )iego today in another pivotal game. Three weeks ago, New tfork appeared to have the inside rack to its initial division title. 3ut successive setbacks to Western Division also-rans Denver and Kansas City have left lone pass while hobbled by ai COLOGNE;. Germany—Gomco. .he Jets in » tight bind. Now , pulled thigh muscle the past two Brenna, 150'/2, Bahamas, out:hey must complete their run on i weeks, is reported in top shape :he West Coast—meeting San]again. The swift flanker ranks quarterback Joe Namath was — less fortunate— Kansas City defenders flattened him repeatedly as the Chiefs whipped New York .21-7. Namath, however, figures to . ROME-Emile Griffith, 157Vi',... , , get more help this week. Don ' New York, stopped •Renm C.ol- , Maynard, who has caught only \ 'arini, 160, Italy, 6. Non-titlo. Diego a week from Sunday— where they have won only once in five years. In Sunday's other AFL games, Kansas City is at Denver in the season finale for each club and Boston visits Miami. Dallas played at San Francisco today in a National Football League tilt. Sunday's NFL pair- ngs are Baltimore at Los Angeles, Cleveland at Philadel- ihia, Pittsburgh at Green Bay, St. Louis at New York, New Or- eans at Washington, Minnesota at Detroit and Chicago at Atlan- .a. Oakland nailed the Western crown last week, but the Raiders won't lack incentive in Sun- No. 5 among AFL receivers with 51 catches. Split end George Sauer, Na- pointcd Jupp Elze, 16F,i, West- Germany, 10. ::. BERN. Switzerland — Per-' nando Alzori, Italy, stopped Fritz Chervet, Switzerland. 14lh'' math's other prime target. j [or Ellrol)eall ' F | vwe j g ht diam- leads the league with 62 receptions—four more than Oakland running back Hewritt Dixon. The Jets, who last won a I Oakland in 1962, hold a 7-6-1 series edge over the Raiders. Miami, which stunned San Diego 41-24 last week behind rookie quarterback Bob Gricse, pionsliip. BILBAO, Spain—Pedro Cat:" rasco, 133%, Spain. stopper! Omar Hector ofiva, 132VS, Ar- ' gcntina, 4. ... c ,,EDMONTON - Bill Mcfiraiy dle, Edmonton, knocked o u'i... Tommy Fix, Shelby, Ohio,,! can escape a cellar finish in the featherweights; Bob Rodriguez,. East by defeating the Patriots, Iinncapolis, stopped JackU.. who have dropped four in a row! Burge, St. John, N.B., feather— for a 3-9-1 mark. j weight; Riidy lUdriguez, MirW- The young Dolphins, 3-9, face i neapolis. outpointed M.ffie Houston a week from Sunday in Gross, Missoula, Mont., 10, rnid- . a game that might decide the dlewcights. DOVE! j)«manttf **' ilf/imfetfrng IS striking $#'• , ^ . <• F- ef rww$ photfe,* telp of Jfouth, Vtetetn « fulj cdfor, are statjnnetl f -'' , £aigoj), HaSot" Haiphong, !«$« routes TfHiklij Gulf, icts, transportation routes ? 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