Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on January 25, 1975 · Page 11
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Nampa, Idaho
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Bulldog intensity against Minico Twin Falls is next after easy win Th« Idaho Free I'ress, Saturday, January 25 1375-12 NNCs women rally NAMPA - The Norlhwest Nazarene College Women's basketball team made a last ininulc comeback lo down Blue Mountain College 53-51 Friday night NNC was down by 15 points laic in (he first half but came backwilhin six poinls before Ihe half ended. NNC dogged Blue Mountain Ihroughoul Ihe second half bul wasn't able to catch Idem until only 1:45 remained on the clock. Finally with the score lied 5151 and 20 seconds left NNC's Arlcllc Childs was fouled on a rebound. She made Iwo free throws lo give the Crusaders Iheir first precarious lead. Wilh five second's lefl Mary l.uhn lied the ball up and got Ihe lip to prolecl NNC's lead and give il Ihe ball game. Childs led NNC's scoring with 18 points, most of them coming inside. Vickie Chittenden hit from outside lo add 10 points to NNC's lotal. Luhn was the leading rebounder for NNC wilh 13 rebound:, followed by Chillis with 11. Cheryl Traner, Blue Mountain's sharp ballhandling guard, led her team's attack with 18 points. NNC coach Martha Hopkins said NNC's comeback was due to a change in defensive ladies. NNC j, j, SMC ,, s, NNC -- Artelle Cllildi II. Vickll Cnil. lenden 10, Elaine Rumple 7, Miry Llihn i. nancy Ktllmtr l. Pam Betkkendihl 4. Debby Weldon 1. ^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^_^^^^^^^_^^__^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_» _^_^^^^^^^^^^^ wtl^cllt^M^"^^?,);?'"' B rent C' ar k baffles with Elaine Shaw (42) and Phil Kniep (44) for a rebound in the first half. Andy Vasquez'outside burst in second half aided Nampa cause. Broncs defeat mat men NAMPA--Boise Slate showed Northwest Nazarene why il is a university and Northwest Nazarene is only a college with a 4:1-8 Irouncing on Ihe mats Friday nighl. NiV'C gol iiff (o a had slarl by giving away the first and last matches on (orfeils. In between (he forfeits Boise Stale earned another fasl 24 poinls on pins, with Brad Allred. Mike Dolillle. Tim Matthews'^ and Terry Harris all picking up pins for Boise. Alired's pin was in Ihe 134 class over Jose Benson. Benson jusl became eligible lasl weekend when tie cleaned up at the Warner Pacific Invitational, being named the meet's outstanding wresller. NNC'snlher star. Hick Landy. is slill going strong al 150 pounds. He slrelched his personal record to 11-1 by picking up n 12-2 decision over Sieve Ho la day. Ill -- Ooyle Lundv I BSU] won by lorleil. Ill-Brett CarllhNOdScoltDyk if anil. 1.114 -- Brad A l l r t d C B S U ] p Joie Benson, Vd. Ill -- Jim BMIIngiley [BSU] d Dave Power! II. ISO -- Rick Landy ( N N C I d Sieve Holiday 11.1. Ill ~ Dan Warren I BSU) d Rich Poweri IS-S. 117 -- Mike Dolitlle [ B S U ) p Larry Robinson, Ind. Ill -- Tim Matthew* I BSU) p Ted Hilley, 111. 110 -- Terry Kami [ BSU] p Ray Boldway ?nd. HVY -- PIT Maloney IBSUI won by Icrfeit. T E A M -- BSU I]. NNCI. Amen is bowling champ NAMPA--A nine hour. 20- game lotal of -IMS pins earned Nampa's Don Amen first place and $240 in Ihe handcap division of Bulldog Lines' Marathon Tmirnamcnl held last weekend. Amen finished jusl 85 pins in front of Mountain Home's Carlis Crandall to earn Ihe first place irophy. Crandall racked up -tOG? pins to earn a purse of $120 CalriweH's Car P.idour was third wilh -1007. good for $f5 In (he scratch division. Ken Howard of Nampa look top honors wilh 3985 pins and Amen was second wilh 3785. Howard earned 5120 for his viclory and Amen's second place finish added Jfifl lo his total purse I'cggy Meeks of Nampa was Ihe only woman entered in Ihe affair. She finished in the lop 15 in Ihe ^-participant e v e n t , according lo Fred Beguhl. owner and manager al Ihe alley. Recording Ihe three high single games during the marathon were Howard wilh a 2B9. Fred Beguhl. ,lr. wilh a 259 and Dee t'afferly wilh a 257 The day following Ihe Marathon, Oaten Alicl of Nampa, bowling for Ihe Pix Theatre in the Skyline League, sel a new high series mark fnr Bulldog I-anes wilh games of 215. 235 and 255 - good for 705 tolal. The performance erased the old mark of 700 set a month ago by Dave Deilz. K\ I'uiillluki-r free I'ms.Siinrls ICditur NAMPA - When you've only been on the winning side in one conference game, nothing's fnr sure. Maybe (lint's why UK- guy in Ihe fourth row. jusl when N'ampa w;is steaming Minim in Ihe fourth period, was still screaming, "(."-non, Nampa. ilon'l Mow II now." Confidence comes from winning, bul the 'Dogs will still find themselves under tin- gun lonij^hl against highly-rated Twin Falls. If they heal Ihe Bvuins. Ihe guy in HIP fourth row might shut up In (he meantime. Friday nighl's G5 '5:i rrait ot Ihe Spartans doesn'l hilrl. Coach Merrill Anderson spenl a good pa'fl of the day loiiay studying films of the Bruins' game last iiighl with Boise bul ins mind w a s made up on strategy lluv day before. "We'll gci man-lo-man anil watch their Iwu big men im dernealh." he said in (lie post- Minico lockcrrnmn. "Tlml's the only Ihing we i-ati dn. Thai and hope we gel some outside shouting." Til Kit K WAS NKVKII IIKA1.1.Y any need for hupe ngtiinsl Minico. The Sjj.irls camv on like ··Capital high's fonlball learn wilh two men art-und ii-5 and 2IK) pounds. Sparls' coach Cierald Mayes said earlier Ihey wercn'l exacllv classic slmoters. and he was right. If .S'ampahadn'l ciimmilled 19 second-half turnovers and in- sisled on making il lairly close a lot of Ihe lime, things would have gotten nul of hand early. Tin 1 game swung around when Minico found nul it couldn't handle (lie backcourt pressure n[ Brian Manlonor stop K-H Curv Sininn with its collapsing zone defense. Brian. Ihe cli/y.y sophomore wilh Ihe non-slop legs, only had Four points bul a basket of as.sisls and seven steals. Simon had his biggesl scoring iiighl of Ihe year since liis big game al Boise High with in field goals in n attempts and Ihree more poinls from Ihe line for 2U points. N. \ M 1'A II At) ,M I Sin )j.-,.|] in Ihe second nuarler and M-21 : early in Ihe ihirirpenqd/'liolh limes, [he Spariscame back. They nil nine straight and il might have been 13 if Ihey hadn't missed a zillion shols NNC rally short, 70-66 WALLA W A L L A . Wash .Speciali-The lasl lime. North- ui'jl Nnzarcnc slole Ihe works againsi Whitman College. Hut lhal w a s m Ihe friendly Kenneth Monlgomery Kielillimist-. Friday night, al Whitman's lair iii Walla Walla. Ihe Crusaders played one of their besl road games and slill came Lipail al fhe finish. 711-lil!. Dnn'i call il a homer job Bay Burwick, (he NNC coach, told the referees they'd done a good job al Ihe 'iid even though slalistics panned a suspicious picture. "[cerlniiilydon'l like losing." said (lie NNC coach, "bin 1 was happy lliar we w e r e able In pla\ lhal well." "When you consider (hat they've mily Insl Ihree home games m the lasl three years, you liguiv \\t''\f tii:i'.e ;i prclly good job." : The Crusadcn;. now 9-12on Ihe season, find oul' how Ihey can play nn [he rclxumd when (hey lake on Whilwivrth College in Spokane tonight. They finish Ihe road trip Mnndii;, 1 nighl wilh a game at Lcwhiton against Lewis-Clark Stale College. Whitman, of cmtrsc. wanton* NXC badly after il.s H3-7I loss in Niim|ia. The .ShocUers couldn't handle (he ball uniier pressure in lhal nne and Ihey I'igured lo do worse this lime around wilh ace biillhandlcr Jack M.edeiros oul for the season for ar.i injury. The Crusaders c.'idn't lake advanlagenfllieweakness when Ihey should have, bul Whitman slill lefl the courl .uultering aboul losing its shirl. Hich Mills espcciali.y was a pain in the ni'ck as NMC built a :l'J-:ll halftime lead, came hack from eight down in Ihe second lialf. and bronghl ihings nghl down lo the wire. If the difference was Hi of 2.1 from (he foul line as compared In NNC's four of six. Burwick wasn't saying MI. Aflerall. he got a bonus from .liie Marline/, who WLIS sicker Ihan ;i dug with Ihr flu and slill Hie (cam's high scorer wilh !ft pciinls i i i i n c - n f - i i from the field). ,loe inndi- three []iiii'k buckets lale ill Ibc first half In bring NNC buck within rangiv When :):"« lefl in Ihe game. Ihe Crusaders forged a (JI-5K Icail on a rebound b.iskfl by Darl Bnincr. Wbilman eonverled a Ibree- poinl play and went ahead for keeps al fil-30. bul moments laler there was Marline/ again In firing NNC wilbin M 111 Again, Ihe Shockers gol a Ihree-poinl play againsi Ihe aggressive Crusader defense. Ibis lime from Scoll Miile, aod Midi Mills closed il wilhin MHM wilh a jumper wilh Ii7 seconds lefl. Homrnic Lewis clutched in a bomb wilh 42 seconds lo go lo knol Ihe score al fili before Miile was awarded Iwo free (brows (n make il i'JMB. ·lim Ihillon gol a steal with 19 seconds left, was fouled, and pul Ihe game away with a one-and- onr conversion. "We were menially prepared and played very well," said liuiii'ick. "Bill niir Jast-iiiinulp menial errors, including Ihree lurnovers. made Ihe dif- fcrenci-." Three games under .500 does lilllc In recommend NNC for an NAIA district 2 playoff herlh. liurwick. knows his Crusaders imisl beat Whilworlh lonighl and Ihcn LCSC on Monday (o have an even-money chance heading inlo Iheir big game wilh ('t-nriU' VIK. Ihe [lislricl's in- ilependenl. NNC FG FT PF Hills M J-7 3 weil-e jenhini Wilson Warlinei Caslle flruner Lewil Lee TOTALS W H I T M A N Clampilt R!kenbach Vhr Fink HurfBfl Hitkman Elmgren Miil* 4-11 4.J 1 TOTALS J7.ll U33 1 HALFTIME SCORE: NNC 1!. Whilm 11. Tolal Foul! - NNC 10, Whitman Fojl-d Oul -- None. Sebcundl -- Whilm 31. NNC31. Turrovert - NNC II, Whilm 71. AuiHi -- whitman 31, NNC 17 j.j o o ! ».n 0-0 1 34 1.4 o 7.11 ]7 ].$ 3.3 inside, Al lhal point. Anderson was goinj; nuls on Ihe sidelines because nntwdy could hold onto Ihe ball Bul once within 33-30. Minico ran inlo something Ihey probably weren't expecting-- oulside shooting. Rich Brown ranked from IB. Andv Vasquez hit two straight from 2U. and Brcnl Clark gol one from Ihe lop of Ihe key to push Nampii up by 11. The Dogs ended Ihe quarter wilh a 14-2 spun lo move in fronl I7-H2 and Ihe rest was give-and- lake. "We should have broken il open curlier." said Anderson. "The kids jusl lost Iheir coni]Kisure. We'll need a lot more composure Ihan lhal againM Twin Foils." Somewhere ID ihose 19 lurn- overs in the lasl two quarlers Ihere was the best shooling display of Ihe year for Ihe home letim. YUII'A WAS A HKD-IKIT 10 ol I] in Ihe third period and for the hall. 17 of 21 Clark, ploying tine defense again and helping early from outside, finished wilh lli points while Vasipjcz gol most of his 12 in the second hall. Wilh a 2-8 SIC record now H-9 overall' youmighl call lonighl's game crucial. Menially, where il counts. Nampii may be gelling close to becoming a good team. The Bruins haven't been a good road club and Highland would be Ihe first to agree. The Hams pul Ihe pincers on and won by 32 despite (he unsettling presence of (i-G Gradon Stanley and C-G Dennis Bowyer inside. The game should be Ihe biggesl challenge of Ihe year for Simon. He was in a rocker on defense Friday night with Sparlan center lion Kennel only shooting when he had lo. "II was Ihe first lime in a long lime we gol some outside shooting lo lake the pressure off Gary." said Anderson of (he Minico game. "We'll need it tomorrow nighl." MINICO Head Har.hi Miller Moore Reddehcpp Shaw Kniep Fennel Fagerbaklic TOTALS NAMPA Simcn Brown Buckle Jahntcn Clark Vaiquer Schaler Maikul Slantcn TOTALS Miniro | Nampa n Slioohng -- Mmico I) halll; Natnpa 71 ol 57 I -- Minico dividjal leaders- Mm Nampa, Simon wilt 15. FG 1 3 -ii II lint Hluill. 11. in- will!; Scoreboard Cougs fall, 52-38 High school College GKnns Ferry 41 Filer SI flisl-3p Kelly tl rtener 11 r*i(f.relon n Kuna tl Midvaie 71 Garden v a ' i c y so Marling S7 Adriai S) Nampa Chrislian II Rin-rcck Jl Hamedale 7S Frg.naid 41 McCall Donnelly 4S Mejcewi vane. Vale 14 wahfonka 3! Bend 14 Or.lar-0 S4 Payelle II Emr-tl i Wtlfttr St Fritndl SI Nolul t) Mema 1C Capital It Moanlah Hcrre )l Twin Fall! 57 *t Idaho F^illt tl Caldwell 11 Moscow II Sanfpciil S! Poll Fal's II Kelbgg. 51 Wallace 11 Muiian M weiiside II Grace D Clark 11 Mackav ij Weil Jelfenon 4f Suqir Salem S4 Soda Springs 14 Aberdeen 11 Sonnevilfr 71 Bia:fcfo«i tl Fi'tn SS North Fremonr 4S Bulte II Ririe tl Surley If Madison il Highland II Skyline 14 Uadort 71 Salmon a Salmon River II C o u r t s K [dou ovtrlime] Htinling S7 Cfnbltr SI Bear L a k e 71 Maur, Valler II A m e r i c a n Falls 44 Preslon 41 Snake River II Malad It fcicniieid te aim 4) Murravqh SS Hagtrman 1S Kimberly SO Hanstn 4) Wood Rivtr S7 Shoshone M Carey II North Gtm II Oakley SI Declo 41 Gooding IS Wendell I! Lewislon 44 ClirkMcn 11 Prane II Geresei ! . · Kaniah 41 Kendrlck II , ' Hiohlard ol Craifmon! SI Lapwai 4 Graiqttille 71 Tirrbtrhre to Dea'y 40 wer Ptrct I* Treasure valley Con-tinurni* Coin ge i Nanh idjho Cellege *·»-'' Whitman TO Na/1hwetl Natarene it Gcimgi M Boiie Slale II tdano s r a f e is idaFvo U RitUi 10 Rai-gely M LaSalle II Ouqveino 71 il J o s e p A ' t tl Falrrield si BaVnn9Hn tl Gordon St OneonU ~S| J| Pihdam SI II Qglnnipiac f | - win Conn SI I;' SUnpIn II Brklyn COII »7. 01 Renualaer i| SI Lwrnce 4S. {· Wiiham Penn 57 Oueeni 4 7 FDU Madnon III Sleveni It LVe* tl jersey Tech II Mounl Union If Fredonn II Paie fl si Francii li ol N Adams If Mail Mirllime !· Middlebury II Balei SI Umly II Lyndon SI 41 8ri!geprl fl SI Anielm'i ri BnghmTn St 71 NY Mrrme SI Queeni 71 Pratl n L e m o y n e 74 corlland si ST South Va Union II Fyttvlle St II Ga Tech It prtiby 14. cl Ala St II Tuskegee 17 JacVion SI if X a v i e r I La) 14 Hewheny 71 Charlcltoi 71 T«nn Temple II B e r r y 17 flelhunt CookmiJi f4 SI l-|t I] Troy SI 71 S La II Livnqilon II Delia St Jt. Kan SLPilt il So Col il Rio Grande tj Tilfin I) St Xavier M 0-j-ncy i\ E Wtehijar. n w Illmoli re Kno IM Cornell 17 f l a t Winona SF 77 jMlch Tech M R t x k f o r d n Crnny.Ke I? Ripen It Grirntif « W i l b r r f o r t f ;s D e l r c i l F. Mich It W III 70 AugutUn* 59 Carroll Ho Drk 41 Manlcata SI Chadron 71 P»ru A3 No OJV Sr tt No ti it Coe fi Eureva 7) Rock Ford IS Greenville Shaw 101 Walth Bl Vili.ttwater 11 Sloul n Bflo.l 41 Carltta.i ii La Cf6ss* 111 Super i a- Nevr Mexico li Ul*fi U Oral R o b e r t s II McNee-ie St 1C Ok ia Oty )* Hardm Sim mom H filhnr Nitnt 71 DM-, Split 10 Wm Jewell If Cnlrl Melh n Mo W e t t t r n 14 Rocktum 4* 011 awi t j Gracpiard II o No Col tJ Errpona M Park 70 Tarkio ii wet) Col SI tl Ant St 10 Win Njw Me/ ti F1 Lcwif tt Iiarfard it Air Force 41 . Wyoming 4S AruoM il '] KMI'I.K ON WAIVKIIS SANANTIlMD.Tci ilM'li 'f'fic Siin Anlimiii S|inrs 'I'hursd.ty phiri'd firnii-i' Ixuiisiiin.i Si,ilc llnivi'isil) Mar Cfillis Ti'inpli- mi unit'crs. si'yiiiu Ti-ni|ili' w:is iiiuli'iiendir N-TSporls Kdilnr t'AI.DWKi.L-A half-lo.if is rxtTlli'ul cojiipnrcil Jo n rival's c]uarlcr*]f);if. In nimparing shooting slots Irom I'riday nighl's Ciildwell lli,i!li Idaho Kalis haskolhall K-HMIC. Ihis became all loo apparent ,is llu 1 invading Tigers- raiiRy if not towering- proved lo be Eiir holler marksnion in Uiiiiing Ihe Oiugars 52-^rt. Coat'li Ken Muniis' mil .sized 'HS contingcnl could hit bul 25 per fcnl frnin the floor with M- for-SiJ. while Ihe visilnrs In Ihe firlt] hmiso aclcri ;js if Ihey owned the place by taking ;M! vanlage of their superior hpighl and finesse lo hag linlfnfllicir-I (i sliol-s. Slill. il was not all Ilial in I I-', win as Hie Uluc 1 and (iolti hnlted aw;iy In n Ifi-K firsl- rjitartor lend he fore starling Iheir dnunhill slide lo ohtivion and Ihr Southern Idaho Conference cellar's undisputed ownership in Ihe last 2-1 minutes. Oespile Mike Mnnns' tallying H poinls and Greg "Captain" Hlnixl and Seiilt 1 nil sen in each. Calitwell cnuliin'l stay uilli the l.e:- Itoli-niached Orange and Klack, uho Assessed seven r;jgi'i: UiHiT lliiin hiilesl player Following a so-so "i-for-18 shooting effort [he first quarter. CHS fell off In nil Ihe rest oflhe nighl on respeclive period productions of 3-H, :MI and 3-12 ;is everyone seemerl lo he off- larget--probably from worrying Inn much ahoul d e f e n s i v e man Olivers necessary in slay close. Greg Walker was Idaho Kills 1 an 1 with 17 points and in rebounds as Ihe Tigers look Ihe ' IDAHOFAILS-J? Arntenon Wood FT 1-7 n it tt The Farm Sentinel Insurance Package saves you money. 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