GKEELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Thurs., April 12,1973 Havlkek leads Celtics past Atlanta, 108-101 out of the. playoff picture and Ton |ghj Utah and Indiana Boston's basketball team, down wj(| mee| jn lhe opening game 54-16 at the half after losing of ())e ABA , g western Division two straight to Ihe Atlanta f i n a l s at ' Sa lt Lake City./ Hawks .in its NBA playoff . ;; series, I h e r e was Ihe j us | like Iheir co-tenants at temptation to look at Boston's | ne Boston Garden, ;lhe Bruins, winter sports teams and say: the Celtics wore missing an im"One down, one to go." porlant element in iheir attack. But that old cliche must have \y| )en | n e Bruins aren't skating been blasphemy to the Celtics' they're losing. Likewise, when John Havlicek. He scored 32 ( h e a ,itj c s aren't running points, 20 after the intermission they're in trouble. nr the Hawks' nnd in so doing were in plenty of rouWe We t urned the series and cliche weren^unmn, Â«d Havh- The Celtics now have a 3-2 half in which Boston hi, only 33 SCORES FOR WINDSOR -- Windsor second baseman Larry Felker scores for Windsor on an error. University High pitcher Steve Pargas, left, retrieved Ihe ball in time to catch a runner at third, though, as the Bulldogs went on to a 14-4 win. (Tribune photo by Steve Bauer) Bulldogs rap Wizards, 14-4 BEATS THE THROW -- Windsor catcher Rick Meis steps on the bag just ahead of the ball as University High first baseman Gary Bohman stretches. The Bulldogs continue to pace the Welco Assn. North Division with a 6-1 record. (Tribune photo by Steve Bauer) Cook leads Berthoyd in quadrangular win BERTHOUD -- Once again led by Ihe efforts of Mike Cook, who look four first place finishes by himself, Berthoud Irackmen won a Welco Assn. quadrangular (rack meet here Wednesday. Berthoud had 90 p o i n t s . Roosevelt was second with 68. Estes Park had 67 for third and Erie was fourlh wilh 17 points. Cook won the 100, thn 200, the long jump and Ihe low hurdles. Roosevelt weigh! man Jon Sobcski hurled the discus 131 feet 10 inches in one of the best throws in the Welco yet this season. Roosevelt will host Ihe Roosevelt Relays Monday. The results: High hurdles -- ( l i e ) Andrews, B, and Hernandez, R, :16.5; Martin, Erie. 100-yard dash Â·Â·Â· Cook, B, :10.4; Anderson, Erie; Larson, EP. Mile run -- Lobalo, R, 4:55.6; Washman, R; Goracke, EP. :54.0; Sloan, R; Monlouri, EP. Pole vaull -- Needles, EP, 11180-yard low hurdles -- Cook, 0; Hinde, B; Breninger, R. B, :22.6; Hernandez, R; Net- Shot p u t -- Sobeski, R, 42-9% shae, EP. 880-yard run - Mangford, B, 2:10.7; Duell, EP; Kaiser, EP. 220-yard dash Cook, B, :23.7; Larson, EP;' Condcy, B. Two-mile run -- Delceuw, B, 10:59.3; Sloan, R; Meltoon, EP. Mile relay Esles Park, 3:47.3; Roosevelt; Berlhoud. Long jump -- Cook, B, 19-10; Hickman, KP; Lebsack, R. 'I""? JUmP TM P S Tdl p M " The New York baseball KB- 5; Montonn, EP; Sloan, R. son ^ ^ year Qn Sunday) High jump -- Carlson, R, 5- Sept. 30, with the Yankees play- 10; Fay, EP; Burgess, B. ing host to the Detroit Tigers. Hinde, B; Harl, B. Discus -- Sobeski, R, 131-10; Hinde, B; Lebsack, B. College Baseball By The Associated Press Regis 4, Colorado state 3 So. Colorado 4. No. Colorado 2 Denver 13, Metro State 2 College Tennis Oklahoma 6, North Texas State 3 By STEVE BAUER Tribune Sports Writer University High had to come from behind after some costly errors to overtake a fired-up Windsor team to collect a 14-4 win in five innings of Welco Assn. Inter-division baseball at Doubenmeier Field . Wednesday. Trailing 4-3 going into the bottom of the third inning, Ihe North Division-leading Bulldogs, bunched nine big runs off four hits, three walks and two fielders' choices. Windsor got two runs in the initial inning as Rick Meis walked, stole second and scored on a double by Darl Brunner. Brunner scored on a single by Dale Brumgart. The Bulldogs 'jumped back with three runs. Following a walk and a steal by Doug Hause, Dale Hughes slammed a Windsor got a run in the second inning as Brian Ross singled in a run. The ball was errored on the throw to the plate, but pitcher Steve Pargas backed up the play well and caught Ross trying to go to third base. Windsor also scored in the third inning. But the Bulldogs got a double play in the inning W | n j sor also. With runners on second and third, Brumgart grounded to Brumgart at the bag and Tom Kramer made Ihe tag for the second out. University High is now 6-1 in the Welco North and 6-3 overall. Windsor is still looking for its first win with an 0-3 Welco South record and an 0-5 overall mark. 211 (10-- 4 7 4 UII 309 02--14 10 1 Don Ihfe (L), Raul Martinez (3) and Rick Meis, Steve Ores- short stop Dale Hughes, who sel (5) . steve p argas (w , 3-1) threw to home to catch Meis for a n d Dave sjoberg, John Haefeli one out. Then catcher Dave Sjo- (5) HR _ Hughes, UH, 1st with berg fired to second lo catch one on base Four teams in semifinals of men's volleyball tourney lo go. In Wednesday's only other basketball action, Kentucky defeated Carolina 113-103 to lake *** Pro Basketball At A Glance NBA Playoffs All Starting Timos EST All Hcst-of-7 Series Conference Semifinals Wednesdas Games Eastern Conference Boston 108, Allanla 101, Boston leads 3-2 Thursday's Games No games scheduled Friday's Games East Conference Boston at Atlanta 8:05 p.m. the same situation we had in our first two wins, by .doing more running and-going with 103, *** ABA All Hest-of-7 Scries Division Championships Wednesday's Game East Division Kentucky 113, Carolina Kentucky leads 1-0 Thursday's Game West Division Indiana al Utah, 1st game, 9:35 p.m. Friday's Games No games scheduled J. V. Smith's, Ihe Hawaiian Club, Monfort Packing and long fly ball into center field Moore Realty advanced to the and rounded the bases. semifinals of. the Recreation The Windsor fielder raised his Division men's volleyball hands to indicate a ground-rule tournament w i t h victories Wednesday night. Moore Realty took 15-10 and 15-9 wins over NHPQ Wednesday. Monfort Pack downed double. But when the umpire checked, the ball was found leaning against the fence, inside the park. So Hughes' homer was good. the Misfits, 15-5 and 18-16, to Fort Collins wins triangular; West second, Longmont third advance. The Hawaiian Club stopped Monforl of Colorado, 15-5 and 15-9. And J. V. Smilh's topped Greeley National Bank, 15-9 and 15-4. J. V. Smith's will meet the Hawaiian Club in a semifinal contest at 7:30 p.m. Monday. Monfort Pack and Moore Realty will square off in the other semifinal go at 8:15 p.m. Monday. In competition in the losers bracket Wednesday, the No Names downed NHPQ by identical 15-0, 15-0 scores, and the Misfits defeated Ihe Dabco, Cows, 16-14 and 15-12. LONGMONT -- Fort Collins The results: took first place in six events High hurdles -- Williams, Lg, here Tuesday to beat Longmont :15.7; Johnson, GW; Peterson, 880-yard relay - Estes Park, and Greeley West in a Northern FC. 1:38.6; Roosevelt; Erie. Conference triangular track 100-yard dash - Waters, FC, 440-yard dash -- Condey, B, meet Fort Collins totaled 109 points to 76 for Longmont and 55 for Greeley West. The Spartans took first in three events, including a win- RACE RESULTS WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS First race- Pelluso 9.40,7.00, 5.00; Swing Man 3.20, 3.00; Jewel Treasure 7.00. Quiniela (6-8) 14.00. Time 31.27. Second race- Casual Indian 15.20, 9.80, 0.80; J.W. Black Gold 10.40, 7.40; Taylor's Diamond 6.00. Quiniela (4-6) 84.00. Daily Double (6-6) 104.00. Time 31.00. Third race-Ready Cash 13.80, 7.20, 3.20; Pam McC.ee 7.00, 3.20; Vitacot 2.60. Quiniela (2-7) 36.60. Time 31.28. Fourth race- Russian Secret 10.00, 5.00, 3.60; Powder River 7.60, 4.60; Sam Holiday 3.20. Quiniela (4-8) 33.60. Time 31.55. Fifth race- DeBoer, 52.40, 18.20, 8.40; New Mold 9.00, 5.80; R. P.'s Sweely 3.20. Quiniela (4-6) 166.40. Perfecta (li-4) 575.40. Time 39.92. Sixth race-Tip McGee 10.60, 8.00,7.80; C.L.'s Joe U.80, 7.40; Credibility 5.20. Quiniela (5-7) 76.40. Time 31.15. Seventh race. D's Happy 34.80, 9.00, 5.40; J.W. Bonanza Gold 6.20, 5.40; Darbie 3.40. Quiniela (7-8) 54.00. Time 31.38. Eighth race-Coty Mark 8.40, 5.80, 4.20; Duchess Friday 5.80, 3.80; M a l t i c e Lariot 3.80. Quiniela (4-8) 21.00 Time 39.47. Ninth race- Inkan Ace 8.00, 6.60,4.20; Grandpa Charlie 6.60, 4.60; Mo Jo Cliff 8.60. Quiniela (1-2) 27.80. Time 31.18. Tcnlh race- Early Abe 5.80, 3.40,3.20; Ekco Pearl 5.80,5.00; A f f a b l e 2.80. Q u i n i e l a (2-3) 27.40. Time 31.06. E l e v e n t h race - Musical Comedy R.flO, 4.20, 3.00; Lonesome Flight 5.20, ,1.20; Sally Mills 5.00. Quiniela (1-5) 23.60. Time 39.26. Twin Quin (2-3 1-5) $380.20, 78 winners. A t t e n d a n c e 4,267, Â«M7,oar. :10.8; Dreher, Lg; Seilbach, GW. Mile run -- Stermitz, FC, 4:42.6; Brooks, FC; Fowler, GW. 440-yard dash -- Dreher, Lg, :54.5; Lechleitner, FC; Cono- ning time of 1:40.8 in the 880- lo g ue Ijg yard relay. sho ' t put _ stegner ; vc 54 . Andy Hoist won the. triple 2'/ 2 ; Weideman.UW; Beecham, jump with a combined leap of 40 GW. feet 4'/j inches. Long jump -- Reckling, Lg; Rich Liechty vaulted 13 feet, 20-8; Hoist, GW; Peterson, FC. his best yet this year, to win the 880-yard relay -- Greeley pole valult. Mike Birleffi placed West, 1:40.8; Fort Collins; third. Longmont. Huskies take quadrangular Schnor, FC; McGraw, Lg. Two-mile run -- Stermitz, FC, 10:18.7; Slusher, FC;,Ciift, GW. Mile relay -- Fort Collins, 3:44.9; Longmont, West. Pole vault -- Liechty, GW, 130; Colson, Lg; Birleffi, GW. Triple jump -- Hoist, GW, 40- Vk; Porter, FC; Zumbrink, Lg. . Low hurdles -- Williams Lg, :21.8; Peterson, FC; Chrisman, FC. 880-yard run -- Bowen, FC, 2:08.8; Pike, FC; Rennat, FC. High jump -- Zumbrink, Lg, 5-10; Miller, FC; Phauder, FC. 220-yard dash -- Dreher, Lg, :24.5; Williams, Ig; Conologue, Lg. Discus --Stegman, FC, 166-0; CONTINUED! Discover the "Bow" Special! Medicine Bow Ski Area Only 35 minutes from Laramie on U.S. 130, the Snowy Range Road to Centennial. MID-WEEK SPECIAL 1 AM Day Lesson 1 Lunch (Soup, Sandwich and Drink) 1 Mug of Beer (overall or 1 All Day Lift Ticket 1 Lunch (Soup, Sandwich,and Drink) 1 Mug of Beer (over Jl) EITHER OF THESE PACKAGES ALL YOURS FOR ONLY This Offer Good Thruout the Month of April on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday Only. $3.50 Student Rate Effective EVERY DAY! Weekends Included 11.D. Required) 16 teams enter Lions Club cage tourney at Briggsdale EATON -- The Highland Huskies captured . top honors Tuesday afternoon in a Welco Assn. quadrangular track meet held here. Highland gained lop honors by collecting 89 total points compared lo 71 for Windsor, 67 for Ihe host school, Eaton, and I8'/ z for Plalle Valley. The Huskies captured six first places and another six second places on Iheir way to the first place finish. 100-yd. dash -- Marlin, H, :11.0; Nusbaum, E; Schluger, H. 220-yd. dash -- Martin, H, :24.9; Flaiiglor, H; Nusbaum, K. 440-yd. dash -- Ehrlich, W, 55.3; Klor, H; Bennett, PV. 880-yd. run -- Engle, II, 2:08.4; Drown, W; Ritchey, E. Mile run -- Metcalf, W, 5:03; Buxman, E; Bennett, PV. Two mile -- Ilinojosa, W, 11:23.1; Smallwood, E; Sweazey, II. 180-yd. low liurdles -- Whit- h a m , W, 21.9; W h i l e , II; Sevcrin, E. 120-yd. high hurdles -- ( t i e ) White, H, 1C.5 and Engel, II, :1C.5; Dewey, E. 880-yd. relay -- Highland, 1:38.9; Windsor; Eaton. Mile relay - Windsor, ,1:52.5; Kalon; Plalle Valley. Sliol put -- Pfenning, E, 432^; Smith, II; Mncy, W, Discus -- Macy, W, 116-11; Whitham, W; Pfenning, E. Pole vault -- Finch, E, 9-6; Lockhart, H; Kato, PV. Long jump -- White, II, 196%; Rice, E; Aleman, E. Triple jump -- Rice, E, 35-5; Aleman, E; Frantz, W. High jump -- Metcalf, W, 52;Rice, E; Gerstenberger, H. BRIGGSDALE -- Sixteen teams, most of them from Greeley, are entered in this weekend's f o u r t h annual Briggsdale Lions Club invitational basketball tournament at the high school here. The tourney was postponed last weekend by the heavy spring storm. According to Norman Peterson, Lions Club president, competition will get under way at 8 a.m. Saturday with 12 games scheduled that day. Sunday action will go at 11 a.m. with seven more games set, inducing the championship contest at 6:30 p.m. Trophies will be awarded to the top four teams, plus the top winner in the consolation bracket. Other awards will be given for the most valuable player, the 10 players named to the all-tourney t e a m , and sportsmanship. 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