Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on February 23, 1976 · Page 24
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24 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Mon.. Feb. 23.1976 COLLINS MUFFLER SHOPS Known for Service Greeley 353-2537 2601 W. 10th St. Fort Collins 484-0866 2003 S. College Loveland 669-2515 541 Eisenhower Shock Absorbers For Most Foreign American Cars Same Price for 16 Years 0 Installed Also McPherson Strut Suspensions Headers for most applications # Original i-j Equipment Mufflers i Life Time Guarantee Free Installation i · ; Mitchell Glass Packs as low as ailed Universal Economy Mufflers 1 Year Guarantee ·.V Saddle Gas Tanks for Pickups Econo- Grate Fireplace heater made for your application. Side Pipes 17000, I O V Insl talled Honoring Our Lifetime Guarantees for 14 Years Three Greeley wrestlers place in state By HANDY BANGEKT Tribune Sports Wrlitr DENVER - Greeley Central's Mike Rollins came back through the consolation bracket to capture third place while Arnold Martinez settled Tor fourth and Terry Haverluk settled for sixth as the Greeley contingent in the Class AAA state wrestling tournament concluded action Saturday night at the Auditorium Arena. The third place finish for Rollins marks the second straight year that the 155-pound senior has won the consqiation finals, and also marks the second straight year, that a Greeley wrestler has failed to win a state title. Central's Marc Tidquist and Rollins both captured third places last year. The last state championship for a Greeley matman was in 1974 as West's Mark Bechtholdt captured the 185-pound crown. Rollins, Martinez and Haverluk all showed determination in coming back through the consolations. They had to wrestle five matches in three days, and Saturday's matches were no doubt anti- climatic since all three wrestlers were out of contention place, Rollins defeated Mike Yanker of Ranuin by 4-2. Hollins scored first with a takedown in (he first period, but Yanker tied the score in the middle stanza with a reversal. But Rollins came back with two more points on two escapes for the win, his fourth victory in state tourney action against only one loss. Arnold Martinez' fourth place finish left Greeley Central with 23',-. team points, which was for the goal they really wanted good for a 13th place finish. -- a state championship. Martinez, who was kicked into Rollins, who ended the year with a spectacular 27-2 record, won his first consolation wrestle-back Saturday with a 61 decision over Steve Brennan of Grand Junction. Then in the finals for third Tribune Sports the consolations when he lost to the eventual state champion on Friday, had to go into overtime before losing, 3-0, to Mike Schriver of Columbine in the consolation finals. Martinez had pinned Louis Amayaof Alamosain2:50in his first consolation bout, and then battled to a 1-1 tie with Shriver in the finals. But then Martinez seemed to run out of steam, giving up three points in the overtime to claim fourth place. Terry Haverluk of Greeley West had an overtime bout in his first consolation match. That loss meant Haverluk had to wrestle for fifth place, and the 120-pound senior gave up six points in the third period to lose, 6-1. Greeley West's other two performers, Todd Banek and Ron Pfleiderer, both failed to place but will have another shot next year since both are underclassmen. Banek, a 119- pound junior, lost to the eventual state champ Terry Ariki of Ranum in the quarterfinals, and then lost in the consolation wrestle-backs. Pfleiderer, a 98-pound sophomore, lost his first-round bout Thursday and didn't get a chance to wrestle in the consolations. The battle for first place in the team standings went right down to the wire, with favorite Ranum finally edging Fruita by 3',-i points for the crown. Ranum had two wrestlers in the championship finals and four in the consolation finals, and Ariki was the only winner on Saturday night. Morgan was luth with SO 1 , 1 ;. Rocky Mountain's Mitch Taussig was second, while Pat Busteed and Mark Barton captured third place finishes for the Lobos. Kevin Gockiey of Fort Morgan was the only Northern Conference slate champ as he scored a 1-0 win in overtime at 105 pounds. Kevin Scheesley of Centaurus was also second in stale. Gregg Williams of Grand Junction Central was named the tournament's Most Outstanding Wrestler as lie won with a 40 second pin on the finals at 98 pounds. Of his four victories en route to the slate title. Williams won three of them with pins. But Ranum had built up a 75- M',i lead going into the finals, losing to Anthony Monloya of and Fruita couldn't catch up Pueblo Centennial by 2-0. despite its two slate champions, Tom Reed and Dan Swingle. Rock) Mountain lud all Northern Conference schools, (which had three teams in the top 10), by collecting 40',i points for fifth place. Centaurus was eighth with 32 points and Fort ROLLINS IN CONTROL-- Mike Rollins of Greeley Central (right) lifts up his 155-pound opponent Mike Yanker of Hanum. Rollins won the match by 4-2 to claim third place in the stale tournament. (Tribune photo by Randy Bangert) TRYING FOB REVERSAL -- Arnold Martinez of Greeley Central attempts to reserve his position in Saturday's consolation final bout with Mike Schriver of Columbine. Schriver won by 3-0 in overtime as Martinez settled for fourth place in the state tournament. (Tribune photo by Randy Bangert) DETERMINATION -- Terry Haverluk of Greeley West is trying to keep from being pinned in his 126-pound bout in the . . state tournament Saturday. Haverluk claimed sixth place in state. (Tribune photo hy Randy Rangert) High School wrestling championihlpi: Hanum ?l points, Fruita 74V,, Cherry Creek 55, Aurora Central il"j, Rocky Mountain «vj, Giand Junction Central JB. Air Academy 3*"j, OnMurus 37, Harrison 37. Boulder 31, Fort Morgan 30'.i, Kennedy J*'-i, Douglas County i4'.i, Greeley Central 33"j, Pomona 73'-'i, Columoine 70'j, Pueblo Eaii 70. Arvada Wwl i», Pufblo Crntrnl If, Lakewood II, Pueblo County l7'/i, Pueblo South 17Vi, Delia 16. IS, Monirose u'i, Alamosa 13. Arapanoe II, Thomas Jelfenon II, Denver Eat* 11, Grceley Weit 7, Pueblo Centennial 7. Sterling J'j, Dtnvei North 4. Alameda 1. Bear Creek 7. CfiimpfonihlpFlnali vfl -- Gregg. Wllllims, Grand Junction Cenlral. pinned Alan Goldman, Ctirrry Crwk, ·« 105-- Kevin Gockiey. Fort Morgan, dec. Lewis Sondgerolh, Aurora Central, 2 3, 1 0 112 - D. J. West, Cherry Creek, dec. Tony Carter, Aurora Cenlral, 7-1. 11? _ jerry Ariki, Ranum. dec. ncrck Glenn. Smoky Hill, 7-1, 1-1, unanimous referee's decision. 174 - Rick West. Cherry Creek, dec. Greg Slelket, Pomona, 6-3. 131 - Jim Sondgeroth, Aurora Central, dec. Eric Taylor, Fountain Ft. Canon, 3-7. 138 -· Jerry DISlmone, Air Academy, dec. Rick Turco, Ranum, 6-3. US -- Tom Reed. Fruita, dec. Milch Taussig, Rocky Mountain, 3-0. 155 -- Dan Swingle, Fruita, pinned Frank Miyamoto, Daouglos County, S:31. 167 -- John Curtli, Harrison, dec. Kevin Schresley, Centaurus, 4-3. IBS Dave S.ileti, Boulder, pinned Louie Lynch, Fruila. S:S9. HWT. -- Ray Spencer, Pueblo East, dec. Mike Dallas, BroomfiHd, J-1. Comolitlon Finals 98 - Paul Sanchez, Fort Morgan, dec. Tim Antisdel, Douglas County, 1-0. 105 - John Ortega, Centaurus, dec. Bob Grupp, Boulder, 5-4. Spartans beat Centaurus, 84-66 · tral. 4 0. n» -- Tom Young, Thoma» Jefferson, dec Rick Lalka, Pueblo South, 70. 116 -- Ralph Marchant, Kennedy, pinned Anthony Montoya, Pueblo Centennial, 4:3S. 137 -- Mike Sllva, Fruita, dec. Ron Wecker, Ranum, J.J. Ill -- Mlk* Schrlvcr, Columbine, ct«c. Arnold Martinez, Oreiley Central. 1-1,1-0 in overtime. 145 - Scott Hall, Arvada West, Albert Benegai, Pueblo County, 9-1. US -- Mike Rollins, Gretley Central, Me. MIX* Tanker, Binum, 4-1. 1*7 -- Pat Rustrrd. Rocky Mountain, Dec. Perry Larson. Ranum. 6-4. IBS ·- Mark Dorlon, Rocky Mountain, dec. Darren Yohn, Alamosa, 6-1. H*I. -- neve winiams, Lanoewood, dec. Mark SlMklen, Ranum, 1-1, 4 1 In overtime. Matches for Firth Plict 98- Gary Rivas, Pueblo Central, det. Paul Harrison, Air Academy. 4-7. 105 -- John Luna, Denver North, dec. Nick Atcnck), Columbine, fl-7. 113 · Tim Melphy, Kennedy, pinned Mark Sella, Alameda, 4:01. 119 -- Tony Sciacca, Air Academy, dec. Jim Wylie, Pomona, 3-1. Ill -- Gary Lucero, Montrost, dtc. Terry Haverluk, Gredey West, 4-1. 137 -- Stan Von Sthroe, Denver East, dec. Bryan Shards, Douglas County, 7-1. 138 - Tom Myers, Harrison, dec. Louis Amaya, Alamosa, 3 1. 1*5 -- woody Russell, A ra pa hoe. dec. Joe Rolh, Kennedy, 15 4. 155 -- Dave Curfman, Sterling, dec. Steve Brennan, Grand Junction, 10-1. 167 -- Pat Knob, Delta, dec. Klrby Trump, Fruita, 9-6. 165 - Craig Barney, Harrison, dec. Jot: Addalr, Pueblo South, 3-1. Hwt. -- Bruce Kiphart, Arapahoe, Dec. Terry Bauer, La mar, 30. LAFAYETTE -The Groeley West basketball team clinched at least a tie for the Northern Conference championship with an 84-66 win over Centaurus here Saturday night. The win leaves the Spartans with an 8-1 record, and if they win the season finale this Friday against Sterling they will assure themselves of a spot in the Class AAA state tournament. Greeley West used the same ingredients that have worked all year long to carve out the win over Centaurus -·· a good defense, balanced scoring and adequate help from the bench. The Spartans trailed by 17-16 after the first period, because "we weren't playing our good defense," according to coach John Birleffi. "That Beranek got hot on us, and they always CU easily wins regional ski meet LEASE A Plymouth "Car Of The Year" WINTER PARK, Colo. (AP) -- Defending NCAA ski champion Colorado failed to capture a first place in either of two events Sunday but still easily outdistanced four other teams to win a regional equalifying meet. Colorado skiers took second and third in the giant slalom and a third place in the 55-meter jumping event to give the team a total of 55 points for the two-day, four-event tournament. The University of Wyoming came in second with 44 points while Utah finished third with 21 points. All three teams will be eligible to compete in the NCAA championships March 36 in Lewiston, Me. In fourth place in the meet was Western State College, with 16 points. Fort Lewis College was fifth with 8 points. In competition Sunday, Bill Shaw of Wyoming won the slalom event at the Winter Park ski area with a combined time of 69.750 on two runs. On his first time down a 44-gate course, he was clocked in 36.01. His second time, down a course with 42 gates, was 33.73 seconds. Second and third place in the race were both won by Colorado skiers. Stephan Hienzsch finished second with a combined time of 69.87 while Jeff Temple was third in 70.16 seconds. In the 55-meter jumping event, Ron Steelc of Utah set a record with a leap of 53.5 meters on his final attempt. shool well in their own gym. But we started p u t t i n g more pressure on Iheir guards and that really tightened our defense." In the middle two periods, which is when Iho Spartans really took control of the game, West outscored Centaurus by 46-2fi. Pal Wolach; who led all West scoring with 19 points, "really kept us in the ball game in the first quarter," Birieffi said. Wolach got 10 of his points in (he first half, many coming off crucial steals. West's leading scorer Jack Coy and starting center Gardell Schnable both got into foul trouble, but West's bench picked up the slack. "A. J. Lauer did a great job coming off !he bench," Birleffi said. Lauer finished with nine points and eight rebounds. Schnable still finished with 15 points and Coy had 14 to add punch to West's balanced scoring. Forward Brad Reeves also had 13 as the Spartans again had four players in double figures. Coy and Schnable also drew praise for their defensive work, which is possibly why they got into foul trouble, Mark Beranek scored eight of his 14 in the first half, and Marc Finleon scored 13 of his 20 inthe first half as the West defense tightened after intermission. Birleffi also said he was "enlightened and pleased" about the team's 16 of 22 performance from lhe free throw line, which broke a long slump for the Sparlans. Greeley West had a commanding 39-22 edge in rebounding, led by Schnablc's 10 caroms and Coy's nine. The Sparlans shot 48 per cent from the field compared lo Ccn- Greeley Wesf(l4) Coy Dumier Sehnsble wolacn, P. Lauor.A.j. Reeves Bowrr Martin HcntJrlx Lauor.T. Wolach, J. TOTALS Ctntiurui(lt) Plprr Moore Beronek Trabold Lot! Cnlvo DayhoK Bay Warrembourq TOTALS Greeley West CenUurui f=8 7.1» 4 S 6-11 611 3 i i 9 0 1 0 0 7. 3 0 1 \- \ 14-70 F9 3 5 0. 0 7-16 8 9 I \1 0 1 1 0- 0 36-5S Ft P 0 0 0 0 7- 8 3- 5 3 5 0 0 0 0 0- 0 0 0 U-2J 1 Ft P 1 . 4 0 0 0 0- 0 O D D 1- 3 0 4 Tp Gr.WfitJVifSI) Sloddard Wolach Thompson, G. . . . Guilafion Blflinc Thompson, D TOTALS Ccnfiurus») * Piper ^ Warrcmbourg laSalle 3 Yatw Ma[ors Dayhofl Ray Wood HcrnarrJ wooa 14-10 31 If M TOTALS f 73 11 11--14 WntJVs I 14 11 3J-M CcnUurusJV* taurus' -17 per cent, bul Greeley West took 15 more shots. The Spartans liosl Sterling this Friday, with a win clinching the conference title and a loss forcing a playoff game on Saturday with Loveland since the Iwo teams wtiuld be lied for first. If Hie playoff game is necessary, il would be played at Greeley West High School. Fg Ft PI Tp II 10 11 11--54 Durango skiiers win prep title ·12 month/12,000 mile closed end lti» For Further Information Contact Leon J. Baumert Rental And Leasing De Brown , 2563 28th St. UURANGO, Colo. (AP) Defending champion Durango, with individual winners in every event, swept to its ninth Colorado high school ski championship in 11 years Saturday. The cross country races were held Saturday, with Lance Wigton of Durango winning the 7.5 kilometer boys event in 26 minutes, 51 seconds, while Shore Kuss of Durango, won the 5 kilometer girl's event in 25:22. Wigton wor. the boysSkimeis- ter award given for the best performance in four events. In addition to winning the cross country, Wigton won the sla- lom, and placed second in giant slalom and fifth in jumping. Miss Kuss won the girl's Ski- meister title with her cross country victory plus a victory in the slalom and a second place finish in giant slalom. The final team standings for the boys had Durango with 232 points followed by Summit County with 187; Lake County 161; Clear Creek and Middle Park tied with 71; Pagosa Springs 60.5; Nedcrland 54; Battle Mountain 40.5; Kremmling .11 and Engle Valley 15. In, girls competition it was Durango 134; Summit County 103; Clear Creek 96; Middle Park 69; Lake County 49; Ne- deraldn 20; Pagosa Springs 17; Battle Mountain 16; Krcm- mling 8 and Eagle Valley 1. 8 and Eagle Valley 1. Summit County's John Zdcch- lik finished second in the boy's cross country race with a time of 27:08 while his teammate, Greg Wambolt, was Ihird in 27:30. In the girl's cross country competition. Jackie Skaro of Summit County was second in 25:40 followed by Terry Stiicben of Middle Park, 26:01. BflUS sale-20-30%off Boots-sale 1600 EIGHTH AVE.352'2583, » 11th AV(.3Se-2430, GREELEY

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