The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 1, 1963 · Page 2
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Still Alive In Class B " POni0fMI '" Jim game |i| Fred Buckley who is challenging were wl bstUm ta lMt •»•'• ****** Class B district tournament at Lebo. Someone hu to W<1 * WM "**•** ** Goracke scored 19 points and 17 ' °*" P '-!*W» »bove are Pomona's AHen Crawf™ (25), Roger Shoemaker (5) and Nike Lindsey (43) and Williams"*••» E4 R-nsom, Mind Gorack* (iS PhoL) »w«««. ineraiq rnoios; Indians Deal 59-49 Blow By GENE RAMSEY LEBO — It will be the Indians against the Indians tuiight in the championship game of the Class B District tournament here. The Pomqna Indians, pjaying with poise and determination, rolled past WiUiamsburg, 59-49 and the Osage City Indians blast ed the host Lebo team, 56-38, last njght to set the stage for tonight's final game at 8:30. The two winners earned berths next week in regional play a Council Grove regardless of the outcome of the final game. The victor wilj get the best spot in regional pairings. Pomona continued its fine play irf opening night and beat Wil Jjamsburg for the third time in four games this season. The In dian s jumped to a 14-3 lead late jn the first, quarter, kept the pressure on {he Panthers all evening and just hit with too much accuracy for thejr taller opponents. Roger Shoemaker hit for all ol his 14 points the fjrst half and dealt misery to the Panther defense with his fine all round play to help give Pomona a 28-21 intermission lead. Williamsburg came within 5 points late in the first half, but that proved to be the closest they would get as the Indians pulled away. Jjm Goracke proved to be the standout for Pomona and high point man with 19 points. He helped the Indians control the boards the second half and gain a 45?9 third quarter advantage. The first half the Panthers stayed close and were dominating the boards, and putting up more shots, but Pomona was getting better shots and hitting a higher It's HARRY SMITH'S for all your WINTER NEEDS Windshield Deicer Starting Fluid Booster Cables — Fuel System Volt Anti Freeze Thermostats HARRY SMITH SUPPLY 110 S. Main CH 2-1522 percentage. With Goracke dropping in 7 points the third quar ter proved the fatal one for the Panthers. WiUiamsburg never gave up. and foujjit desperately the fina quarter, but the damage had been done and Pomona was content to shoqt free throws. Ironically the game was won at the charity line. Each team cashed 20 field goals, but the Panthers could converl only 9 points on 18 Indian fouls, where Pomona hit 19 points on 23 'Burg infractions. Fred Buckley and Jim Piersol were the 'Burg big guns with 17 and 12 points, respectfully. Their fine play could not overcome the balanced Pomona attack of four starters hitting for 10 points or more. In the opening game of the eve ning the Osage City Indian's left littie doubt why they are favored to go a long way in Class B tourney play by racing to a 14-5 first quarter lead. They continued to put the pressure on cut-manned Lebo and had the score almost doubled by halftime 31-16. Osage Coach Bob Burrl rested his starters through part of the second half ond coasted in, leading 46-24 at the third quarter buzzer. Pomona, after two hard games will have to come back with another fine effort tonight to chal lenge talented Osage who really liasn't been tested so far in the tournament. Its big task will be to stop Mike Jones and Rick Marriott who led the Indian attack against Lebo. WiUiamsburg and Lebo will play for third place at 7. The boxscores: -49: Binns 0 2 5; F. Buckley 7 3 2; T, Buckey 0 0 0; Cromwell 0 0 3; Goodwill 0 2 2; Mallory 3 0 1; Milliken 315; Piersol 605; Ransom 1 1 0; Stansburg 000, Toal 20 9 23. Pomona—59: Rich. Altic 1 0 2; Sob. Altic 000; Crawford 0 2 :; Goraeke 753; Heidner 020; ^angley 000; Lindsey 425; kelson 343; Regester 0 0 1; Shoemaker 543. Total 20 19 18. Score by quarters: Burg 7 14 820-49 Pomona 14 14 17 14-59 LEBO-3S: Wolf 6 1 4; Standi- erd 2 0 1; Spielman 003; Lane 3 4; Hedges 002; Benton 0 2 Haired 0000; Clark 001; Jones 000; Hunter 000. Teal 16 6 }9. OSAGE CITY - 56; Colley 0 0 0; Dalrymphle 201; Giles 3 1; D, Jones 002; M. Jones 482; Lowman 132; Marriott 0 4; Martin 202; Peterson Q 1 Spicer 344. Total 20 16 19. Score by quarters: Lebo ,. 511 814-38 Osage City .. .,14171510-56 THE OTTAWA HERALD Friday, March 1, 1%3 BILL UP FOR A SHOT - Welbville's Bill Coughlin takes a shot in last night's semi-final game with Stanley in Class B tournament at Lpuuburg. WeUsville shot and made enough to beat Stanley and gain spot in finals with Spring Hill. Other players are Stanley's Jack Campbell (43) and Doug Jones (42) and Wellsville's pave Beasley (44), Delon Jacoby (50) and Don Good (20). (Herald Photo). Hays, Emporia In CIC Playoff By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Fort Hayes State and Emporia State are tied for the Central Conference basketball champion- hip and will have a playoff game Saturday night at Salina. St. Benedicts upset Pittsburg State 74-64 Thursday night, spoil- ng the Gorillas' chance for a tiree-way tie for first place. Fort Hays knocked off Omaha 4-57 and Emporia trounced Washburn 00-56 as the CIC's regular schedule closed. Emporia and Fort Hays have -3 league records, Pittsburg 6-4, •maha and Washburn 4-6 and St. Benedicts 2-8. Saturday night's game will determine which of the co-cham- ions goes into the NAIA district layoff against Southwestern, Kansas Conference titlist, The rst game in the best-of-three NAIA series will be on the CIC aro's court, and the rest at outhwestern. St. Benedicts hit a blazing 64 per ceiU qf its field shuts in the second half and ran up a 15-point lead at one time. The Ravens led 33-31 at halftime, but were behind 39-40 when they started their hot streak. Duke Kelley made 17 points, Phil Noser and Willy LaNere 16 apiece for the Ravens. Jerry Couch got 20 for Pittsburg. It was the final jame for John Lance, Pittsburg coach for 41 years. Fort Hays led 45-35 at halftime and scored 30 points to Truck Recapping Get your truck tires in shape now for Spring Work! GILLILAND'S Recapping - Vulcanizing Rt 4. Ottawa Ph Centropolis 0 Omaha's 5 in the last 10 minutes. , ..',,.-..'•• ;.'...• • • Emporia treated Washburn the same way, leading 42-26 at intermission and outscoring the Icha- bods 23-9 in a nine-minute burst in the second half. Eagles Sail Into Finals At Stanley's Expense By A. I. VAN CLEAVE LOUISBURG — The WeUsville Eagles are laughing late in the basketball season, and you know what they say about the last laugh. The Eagles last night defeated a good Stanley Marooner team, 53-50, and will meet the top-seeded Spring Hill Broncos at 8:30 tonight in the final game of the Class B district tournament here. Spring Hm,;whjp}i beat Wellsville twice during the regular sea- Son and placed second behind Eudora in the Liittle Seven League, had little trouble in rea.chr ing the finals via a 54-39 verdict over Gardner last night. The Eagles, whose two victories in the tournament so far are one more than they won all season, scored seven points before Stanley hit one and were ahead all the way in last night's semifinal Stanley did pull within one point, 41-40, to open the fourth quarter. But The Eagles scored 7 points again before Stanley marked for a 49-40 lead midway through the period. That sewed it up. You couldn't pick out a player of the six coach A) Williams used and say he was the spark for WeUsville, though Dave Beasley played one of his finest games sp far, scoring 1<J points to match WellsviUe's usual fine performer, Delon Jacoby. WeUsville pulled more _._.. blocking and ball T stealing than any team has produced in this tourney so far. Bill Coughlin and Gary Rader Were the first"- half pjaymakers and stuck to the Stanley dribblers like glue when the Maroon- ers had the ball. Don Good joined Peasley and Jacoby in boosting the spore -> he hit 11 — and the trio gave WeUsville a good margin in rebounds. Finally Bill Coffey came in in the third to replace Rader, and OTTAWA BOWL 418M, N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 THUKKPAV NIGHT fowncri—4 1st E. Crandsll 13$ A. Allman Ill P. Clotfelter 156 A. Bell 103 p. McDanial 132 ftonili Cleanuri—6 Lollar 1Q8 A. Preditn 133 I. Harsh 110 J. Speor Hi) N. I*U«r 188 Blcnlei Garair—3 H. Shilling 140 f. Toumberlip .. .. 157 M. McMUlen 1§0 W. Blen ., 168 B. Kersley 137 RrautyUnd—1 J. lebam 168 M. Miller 88 S. Brill 88 M. lahftug MI Iff, Alnsworth 134 M»m|-HeM Drw-81i J. Dodd 130 N. Thrasher 127 V Dodd 129 M. Jones >3fl I, Oordle .. ,.: 145 Ue't Hardware—iH V. Fpster •• •• 163 Wleneke ng L. Kelm 126 P. Kramer 112 If. Wenthe 155 LADIES 2nd 3rd 125 125 113 87 136 146 108 94 158 160 136 113 127 150 113 96 138 138 126 147 140 144 133 135 131 122 117 146 M6 167 153 143 148 151 87 132 102 110 128 172 130 112 146 134 150 159 192 133 126 149 160 140 17$ 120 161 132 132 162 133 161 Ttl. 375 321 437 305 441 355 400 338 387 433 434 415 411 418 45P 464 387 309 353 543 373 407 438 310 430 471 413 418 406 441 CLASSIC Ottawa Bowl— 3 1st K. Cordle ......... 177 D. Cordle .. ,„ ..... 120 !•• Cordle ......... 158 c. cordle .. ....... m H. Daman ........ 159 ptuwa Inmlatlon-J M. Joneg .......... 140 C. Foster ......... 156 A. Mletehen ...... 178 W. Jonei .. ...,,.. 132 Edmlitmw— 4 2nd 3rd Ttl. 201 160 538 156 178 454 152 178 488 338 333 633 165 154 477 133 140 413 136 118 401 147 193 BOB 170 181 453 176 151 180 188 S44 17» 143 473 143 127 381 193 143 415 143 314 483 C. Worl 9. Miller .. ........ 148 A. Gilbert >36 KIMjr ClQver-4 £. Thorn** |98 119 196 365 IT Akero .. ........ 147 B. HpMon i«4 K. Hollon .. 133 if. Tucker 161 119 147 4i 114 170 137 374 151 g. frown g. Joto B. null j, snider .. ....... iw R. lump. ., ,,,.„,, 172 Veuev Ami CMlermd il, Taylor ......... 135 3, Cplu ........... 1(4 p. Flinsbnugh ,, .. 158 W. Plinebaugh .. .. 203 184 m 488 170 167 488 IN 140 465 115 173 547 IM 164 630 137 168 431 185 1«8 444 156 200 514 904 365 611 the smallefrtype guard hit four free throws. WeUsville connected on ^7 of 25 shots at the free throw line. The Eagles had Stanley down 19-14 at the end of the first quarter, and be darned if the Eagles didn't run it up to 25-14 before the Marooners could finally score, with only 3:52 left in the first half. One of Good's 4 field goals was the prettiest thing in tbe tournament. Don took the ball just inside tbe foul line and fired a perfect hook that bounced off the board and straight through the net Douglas Jones and Bob Magee really hustled to keep the Ma- rooners in the game and Doug was the game's top scorer with 18 points. Magee it was who cut Wellsville's lead in the last half, hitting three field goals from a spot just back of the free throw line. Spring Hill's Raymond Hittle was simply too much for the Gardner Trailbla?ers with his 20-point performance. The Broncos ran up a 33-21 first-half lead and made it 42-24 in the third. Here are the boxscores: SPRING HIM, - 34: Hittle 3 6 2; Price 1 0 3; Beach 522; Hickman 201; Newton 154; Timmons 2 1 2; Conor 1 0 0. Total 201414. GARDNER - 39: Dolisi 152; Valasquez 4 3 5; Moore J 01; For Insiiranct On dwelling!, household goods, buildings and automobile* See Dean Berlin, Agent 108 E Second Phone CH J-MM Peters 303; Andrew 204; Griffin 414; Gray 003. Total 15 9 22. Score by quarters: Spring Hill . . .17 16 9 12—54 Gardner 9 12 414—39 WELLSV1LLE - 53: Coughlin 1 11; Rader 111; Good 4 3 2; Beasley 642; Jacoby 643; Coffey 041. Total 18 17 10. STANLEY — 50: Campbell S 0 2; Hands 101; Hughes 3 11; Hunt 205; Jones 7 4 3; Magee 504; Tanguary 112. Total 22 6 18. Score by quarters: WeUsville ... .19 14 7 13—53 Stanley 141212 12-50 Oetoutand Buy Now No Money Down MALOTT Hdwe. & Appliances 116 S. Main Are You Ready For SPRING DRIVING? Does your exhaust system need a face lifting? How about a new WALKER II CONTINENTAL MUFFLER Available At Hughes Auto Parts 424S.M«in CH 2-3224

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