Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 15, 1962 · Page 8
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Bulldogs, Brush Duel T° 22-22 Deadlock BRUSH - The Brush Beetdig gers and College High Bulldog Friday night battled to a thrilling 22-22 deadlock in their Tri-Val ley opening wrestling meet here The meet was close all the way with Mike Toniasini netting thi tie for Brush by pinning Bulldog E"JJ:_ /i| i . . . . . . ° Eddie Glendenning in a rap seconds. There were three 1-point decis · ions and one 2-poinl decision ir the meet. The heartbreaking defeat wa, experienced by College High's Ca: . Gibbs, who was assessed two points in the second period for illegal holds. Gibbs lost to Brush 138-pounder Adam Blum, 2-1. Brush's F-ed Mercer, 127-pound- er, scored a 2-point near fall near the end of the match to beat Col,, lege High's Tom Smith. 4-2. And at 165 Brush': Stan Grip- pan got a second period takedow after Gene Gade had escapet gaining a 2-1 win. The fate of Gade was fickle , After he got his escape, whic . was n nr the edge of the mat. h .mistook the official's signal ani walked back toward the middl of the mat. Grippin then got hi takedown while Cade's back wa to him. according to College High ' Coach Bill TrimbL- - The fate of College High's 103 pounder Tom Sudduth was almos unfortunate. He failed to maki 33 produce the triumph. Other College High winners weight by only one pound, and he wrestled Jerry Butz in an exhi bition, beating his adversary w The other 1-point match wen to College High's Jim Eckersley who nipped Pat James, 5-4. Eckersley scored an escape and a takedown in the third period to Warriors Drop 12th Game in 13 Tries 120-118 . The slumping San Francisco Warriors couldn't make the long shots and the red-hot Los Angeles Lakers couldn't miss them. That spelled the difference Friday night as the Lakevs took their fourth straight in the torrid rivalry 120-118 in the only Nationa Basketball Association game ol the night. The win put the Lakers three games in front of second place St. Louis in the Western Division race. The Warriors have dropped l: 1 of their last 13. ATTENTION MASONS '" There will be a special Communication of Occidental Lodge No. 20 at 1:00 p.m., Monday, December 17, for the purpose of conferring Masonic Burial fo our deceased brother, Pete E. Moss. Memorial services will be at Macys Mortuary atl:30p.m. with intermen at Linn Grove Cemetery. R. C. Macpherson, Worshipful Master were Dave Oberdorfer, Roger Canddaria, Dick Weist, Jim latch and Dave Klingenberg. Oberdorfer and Candelaria scored pins, while the others won easy decisions. The results: 95, Dave Oberdorfer, CH, pinned Hargarito Ybarra, 5:38. 103, Jerry Butz, B, won by for- eit. 112, Vic Fiscus, B, decisioned ! Bill Skill, 4-0. 120, Roger Candelaria, CH pin ed Larry Hall, 3:28. 127, Fred Mercer, E, decision ed Tom Smith, 4-2. 133, Dick Weist, CH, decisioned Jim Newlin, 3-0. 138, Adam Blum, B, decisioned Cal Gibbs, 2-1. 145, Jim Hatch, CM, decisioned 3cnnis Bostron. 5-0. 154, Dave Klingenberg, CH, de- cisioned Jerry Awmiller, 12-2. 165, Slan Grippin, B, decisioned Gene Gade, 2-1. 180, Jim Eckersley, CH, de- isioned Pat James, 5-4. Hvy, Mike Tomasini, B, pinned :ddie Glendenning, 3: seconds. Greeley High's youthful wresting team scored a consequential 24-18 non-conference victory over Golden Friday night here. It was a major victory for Gree- ey, morale-wise, for Golden re- ins. 24-22 Hie Wildcats, wne dominated at a lofty position L the Northern Conference dual meet season which begins Jan. 4. Greeley concludes its non-con ference dual meet season at 2 :ently defeated 4-lime Northern Pm - Saturday at Laramie But Conference champion Fort Col- the Wildcat, will encounter the Fort Collins team prior to the Northern campaign. Fort Collins is entered in Gree- Beetdiggers Edge By College High 51-45 Bv PAUl cncrnotj i_.._i_ . By PAUL EDSCORN iem Friday night by IhTcVe^HhofTM S mZTMTn^ L J r»^ UI J e °" I ? Jscven P 0 "* 5 " '"e High Bulldogs The Beetdiggers few minutes la^he"pic ed"'u u^ IZ^tal "'a ^t f? had to come from behind to add annthnr nnim ,,,, ., ,,,.., .u.. .' p _. u . lo take a STM 'ead. s aer e p c e u M S . , T- I"" 1 tofaddan ° t1 *'- l»int on a foul shot t 51-45 win to their string of 25 make it 6-5. onsecutive victories. Steve Davis started the ball oiling for the Bulldogs with a et shot within 30 seconds after 1 Otis. Bob Smith then scorec or the Beetdiggers. Gary Norris of College High | Deaths and Funerals FUGATE "'·';; Mrs. Myrtle May Fugate, .;:· 1525 6th St., Evans. Wife ·',-. of James R. Fugate. Mother o[ Mrs. Eva McConnell, LaPlata, Mo.; William Fugate, Grants, N. Mex.; Mrs. Jlariam Green, Seattle, Wash.; Mrs. Huth Van *,-. Why, Pierce; James K :.:. Fugate, Fresno, Calif.; ·y Benjamin Fugate, Evans; : '-, Mrs. Barbara Dean, Alamo":. sordo, N. Mex.; Mrs. Ja;'", quelyn Drelim, and Mrs. Alice Swetzig, hotli of . . Greeley. Sister of Mrs. Iva Xcwr.iim. Kivksville, Mo. Also survived by twenty,,-. ei ?ht grandchildren. Serv- :;;( ices 2 p.rn. Monday. Adam~-' : BOD Memorial Cliape). Interment Evans. Friends ; ; who wish may give to tlie · · heart fund. JlcVElGII Floyd B. (Mar) McVeigh of 1415 12th Street. HUB: . tend of Mrs. Anna K (Betty) .McVclch. Father of Airs, .lean (Alice) Wright, Columbus. Ohio. Also stir- ·vived by one irrandcliild. . . ArraupenientR later. MOSS I'eler E d m u n d MOBR of Bonell Home. Services 1:30 p.m. .Monday from Macys Drawing Koom. I n t e r m e n t Linn Grove. Friends who wNh may make memorial donations to lioncll Home. Friends may call u n t i l 12 noon Monday. Skyscene FLOWER RANCH · PlinU · Arrangement* · Sprsyi 2418 19th Ave. 253-1546 Owner, Harold Adeoek Jobcats Spurt in 3rd Period for i5-43 Triumph HUDSON - The Lafayette Bob- ats broke open a close basket- all game in the third period and defeated the Weld Central Rebels, 55^3, in a Tri-V--lley Conference game Friday night here. The teams were tied 16-16 at the end of the first period and 31-31 at the half. However, in the third period Weld Central's tall players Larry Hopkins anj John Martinez missed considerable action because of four ,ouls each. Lafayette took advantage of the situation with Ted Barajas scoring eight points and the Bobcat* went ahead by 14 points at the end of .he period. The Rebels got only 'our points in tip period. Lafayette won the B-game, 3928. Lifayttt* (55) Wild (43) G F Barajas 8 2 OS' orn McWilliams 6 1 Martinez G F Killion Garci.i Sleppy Kilker Anderson 1 Hopkins 2Wehrman 2Hlad 0 0 Wagner o 2 1 IPastelak 3 0 23 9 19 5 - - L«f«y«ttt ........ 16 15 11 t-55 Weld Central .... 16 15 4 8-- 43 Windsor Defeats Ft. Lupton 47-43 WINDSOR - The Windsor Wizards unleashed a balanced scor- ng attack in the third period and limited Fort Lupton to one 'ield goal in scoring a 47-43 Tri- Valley victory Friday night here. spurts with the Bluedovils at one time leading by six points and ^ ob f cncl1 Windsor another time by three 1 *' u "' ll "g- Tl points. Ala " B «* came back to make the score ,, ,. _ ,, , ...... , 6 iiuiia* wi d uara, wen nTh l^ ulld ° gs TM dc a run fou eht game. Each team scored the basket with Norris scoring 14 points as Brush fought to aga 'l fl)IIoWcd "» Davis ' Smith maintain its lead and College !-7 for the Bulldogs. It was a situation the Beetdig ;ers did not like. They were vis ibly irritated and settled dow 'or what they realized was gain to be a rough game. They tightened up their dcfenst and settled down for some scriou shooting at the basket. The Bui dogs were able to score onl :wice in second quarter with shot by Otis and Norris. The Beetdiggers came on stroi. wilh scores by Bob VanDyke Mike Swinson and Larry Mills and free throws by Skinner an Swinson. This tied the score 16 all midway through the secont period. Don Chell hit a basket lo pu College High ahead briefly. Bu Smith tied it up for Brush, 18-18 Then it was Otis who put th Bulldogs ahead only to have th score tied up again by Stoops Skinner hit a free throw to pu Brush ahead 21-20. Otis hit a jump shot to giv College High its last hold 01 the lead in the game. Smith, th i-foot-4 star for Brush secret wice in the closing seconds of th irst half lo give Brush a 25-22 0 o et! 6 e at the half. Eaton Bounces Vikings, 69-57 EATON - The Eaton Reds re urned to winning form here Fri day night as they defeated Val ey High, 69-57. The Reds had lost their tw previous games. Eaton jumped lo a 10-point lea; y the end of the first quarter 18-8. and added to it until the fourth quarter when the Viking outscorcd them 23-20. Valley High played the pros ill the way but lire Hods were ii top shape to penetrate the Viking style. Reggie Ortiz, Grog Spring ston and Curl Nicholson led in re 'alley victory Friday nighl hero " 1"^TMTM,. n.- u ,/. l e The Iwo learns staged first half bo . URdm 8 with * of the total K «..«i_ ...:n. »!._ m. ]....:i_ _, icbounds. Fort Lupton led 23-21 at the .all. Then in the third perm Windsor outscored Fort Luplon 15-5, and at one time enjoyed a 13-poinl, lead. Four players scored cither three or four points in Windsor's sue- cc.ssful third period. Windsor also won the B-g;imc. 56-30. .Upton (43) Windsor (47) GF G F Trevino Fellers Schuyler Gomez lolmston zad Aichelman (:o7.ad 0 0 : . Aichelman 0 ol 1 14 I! : Ft, Lupton I Wind,or 2 0 Mueller 3 jEhrlich 1 .Uncohy .1 1 OW'nmeislcr 1 7 9Xcilcr 1 0 n Meyer 0 nllcrgort Mcisnpr Buderiis McDonald 0 0 2 3 4 2 2 4 1 3 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 rebounds. Bob French led Valley High it The Vikings had 35 top|ed Eaton it 31-pnint display t scoring w i t h French was high man of the gam with 33 points. Valley Hip.h B-squad won 60-52 Valley (57) Eaton («) Ixiienz French Grimes Perez Foreman Miller McKoc Ad;uns flf-mple G F 0 4 Ortiz 13 7 Nicholson 2 2 Springston 1 O N c l w n 2 6 Bass 1 0 Adams 0 0 Bales 0 OKin'Kfaler 0 0 lilehm 0 OHelm- Beede G F I 0 4 4 0 0 0 3 5 0 0 0 11 9 Valley High Eaton l 19 15 17 i n » 515-43! . M 11 15 11-47i More Sports On Pages 7 13 . The fourth quarter proved a fitting climax for a hard, well back --- and High tried valiantly to into the game. Only in closing seconds were the Beetdiggers able to relax and go into a stall. Nevertheless it was the Bulldogs who got the linai scores of the game, narrowing a 51-38 lead to 51-45 lor the final score. It was Davis on a free throw and Otis with two baskets and Norris with one who brought the Bulldogs to within six points of the Bulldogs in the closing minutes. It was fouls and lack of height which hurt College High most. Both teams scored 40 points from Jie field with Otis scoring 19 for the Bulldogs and Smith scoring 19 for the Beetdiggers. But the Bulldogs had 19 fouls called against them while Brush had only I fouls called on it. Brush won the game from Ihe free throw line. College High could have used bit more height. The teams aver age height was Ml. 9-in. whil the Beetdiggers averaged 6-f 1%-in. With this advantage the Beet diggers were able lo outreboun :he Bulldogs, 46-34. This was th 'irst team this year to outreboun :he Bulldogs who have a fine defensive team. Norris and Davis each grabbc. 10 rebounds for the Bulldog gave his brother something necessary, for Dave is in the nro- cess of pinning Bill Bricker, (left) Greeley M-p^Ler Tht refere. ,, l*w d i^. GrM , ey ,,,,,, ^ jn ». "The Win Dec. 22. '"" Wf *' e J r wwstlws scored Again it was Greeley's sopho- ""^ '° Urth succes sive wins. Be- mores that were impressive as sldes Ro(| g e «. 127-pounder Frank two of them came through with Delgado pinned Rodger Harme- Vital VK'fnriar m:L._ r I., i - i . conference duel, 24-18. Greeley cheerleaders are ia the background. Tribune photo by Paul Moloney. Golden victories. Mike Rodg nder, started Greeley on tl victory road by pinning Don Pi mer in 3:55. Rick Nolan dccisio ed John Kreamelmeyer, 10- at 145 pounds to give Greele enough points to guarantee vi ory. Nolan scored five points he final period. Golden elected to use its 18( pounder Jack Lawson at heavj weight instead of taking a 5-poi orfeit when Greeley was unab o enter a 180-pounder. Ha Golden received the forfeit, it ha a chance to win the meet. However, the two teams' coac were more interpreted in gai ing experience for their boy Jolden is one of the favorites he Jefferson County League. No Jreeley is a contender in U Northern. "At the start of the season Jreeley Coach Don Gorman sai 'our sophomores were sopomores but by the time the Northern Co erence season begins, ! am co vineed our sophomores will b veterans." GHS, CSC Play In Greeley Sat. The Greeley Wildcats will en tertain Fort Mo-gan and Colo rado State College will be hos to San Diego State ir. Saturdaj night basketball games. The Greeley · Fort Morgan Northern conference test wii begin al 8:15 p.m. at 3HS fol lowing the B-game. The San Diego State-CSC game starts at 8 p.m. at Gunler Hall. while Smith grabbed 13 for th Beetdiggers. In shooting percentages t h Bulldogs hit 20 of 63 attempts from the field while the Beetdig gers hit 20 of 57 attempts. College High won the B game t H. (45) Fg Davis ........ 2- Otis ........... 9. Norris ........ 5. Danlcy ... Cheil ......... Pumphrey ____ Elston . i- 2- i- o- R pfTj 1-2 4 1 - 2 2 1 3 - 4 3 1 0 - 0 2 0 - 0 2 0 - 0 2 0 - 1 4 Brush (51) Smith . ... Van Dyke .... Skinner Mills Stoops 20- FS 82- 62- 01- 5- 9 )9 4 ft PfT 3 - 4 2 0- I 2 3- 8 1 2 - 2 0 1-3 3 2- 4 0 Brush Colltgt High 30- 11-22 8 .... 7 1» 14 14-5 1J10 » 14-4 Fighti '"·----··----....,' By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BOSTON - [Job Clwoiix. 205 0 o lontreal, out|iointed Tom McNec- 2 0 c y. 20!, Boston. 10. Charley Scott, 47. Philndelphia. slopped Bob osmifc. 145. Boston. 0. LOS ANGKI.KS - Don .Johnson. 284. I/is Angeles, outpointed Serrano. 12!)'i, Sacarnmcn- r. 10. 23 23 CHICAGO - Ernest Terrell, 199, I 13 13 JJ--57 '-'"'"go. outpointed Jack Jnhnson. 18 15 U JO--«» 2 * ) - I/)s Angeles. 10. HOME. Italy - C ar | iBoboi 01- n. 178'*. San Francisco, and Giulio liinaldi. 179'i drew Hi TOKYO - laken Sucuki 119',] Japan, milpoijiled Vic Campo, 117 Phi!ippino«, 10, Hillrose 63, NR 46 HJLLROSE-The Hillrose Hu ies jumped to a 1M lead tiie coasted to a 63-46 victory over New Raymer In the Columbin Conference opening game for th two schools here. Hillrose scored 21 points, let by Curtis Clark's seven points in the first period and 21 mor in the third period to sail along Dear. Giaugue topped the Hil rose scorers with 22 points fo the game, while Bill Hernonde got all eight of his in the thir period spree. In the preliminary game, HjL rose's B-leam beat Sloneham, 3920, but lop scoring honors wen to Stoneham's Al Dack with 1 points Jim Hillrose. R«ymtr Weitzcl Fritz O'Hare Mortens Poush Drager Fiscus Potter got 10 fo HlllroM (3) G F 5 3 Schneider 7 0 Giauque 0 C. Clark 2 Walker 1 Hernandez 0 Thorns 0 L. Tramp 0 Koos o Vasqucz o Brunkhart o P. Tramp o Schaefer o G F 20 Ntw R«ym«r Hillrow 26 U 11 t 16-4t 21 11 21 10-4 Weldona 40, Snyder 29 SNYDEK - The Wcl'lona Wa ·tors hmilcd Snyder lo one fiel ,'oal :n Ihc fourth period in sto n« a 40-29 Columbine Conlprcn victory Friday night here. The game was,-,' gond balllc for lie first three periods. George Baker W mei 17 poink n leading Snyd.-,-, while Bill Push nt II for Weld-inn. W'eldona won I he B-uame 49-4(1 ABL Fritliy'i Rttulli Oakland 86, Philadelphia 84 Chicago 105. Pittsburgh 94 T«l«y', G»m« Philadelphia ni Oakland Ixmg Beach ;it Kansas Cily Sundiy't Cirmi Philadelphia \ Oakland Pittsburgh vt. Chicago at Bal Ung Beach nl Knnsa$ City No games ttlwduM " ' period then scored six points in the second for the easy win. The other Greeley victory was n i , c uwnzen scored six record " " ^ ""*' °" thrcc near (alls - and Wildcat 112-pounder Don Bauer got their third consecutive wins. Bauer's only blemish was a forfeit when he failed to make weight. Miyoshi decisioned Rusty Kee- nan, 1M, and Bauer decisioned , Charles Palmer, 8-5 Miyoshi 120, Don .Miyoshi. Greeley, de- cisioned Kusty Keenan. 10-4. 127, Frank IX-lgado, Greeley, meet. The results: 95, Mike Kodgers, Greeley, pinned Don Palmer, 3:53. 103, Art Clark, Golden, decision- ed Gary Wallace, 4-0. j -...-HJ Ttoa it,, rituiK ueigaoo, jreeie Alwyn Goertren, who powered lo pinned Rodger Harmclink 3:36. an 8-1 triumph over John Phillips. 133, Alwyn Goertzen Greelcr Goertzen scored six of his points decisioned John Phillips. 8-1. ' 138. Fred DeFeo, Golden, pin- nod Nick Sheperd, 5:24. j ji i ~. " TM " *'' 145 - "'^ Nolan, Greelcy, it- deadlock, the only close match of cisioned John Kreamelmcycr JIP mw»t .. J * 10-3. 154. Dave Beaslcy, Golden, pinned Bill Bricker, 1:39. 1G5, Dick Thompson, Golden, de- cisioned Bill Unman, 7-1. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Englewood 55, Fort Morgan 34 Liberty 74, Arickarce 49 Yuma 49. Hoiyoke 33 Vona 78, Hugo 49 Lovoland 50, Sterling 42 Crook 65, Fleming 47 Delta 67, Paonia 42 Fountain 47, Rocky Ford 44 Woodlin 63, Otis 23 Rangely 45, Palisade 33 Sterling St. Anthony's 51 Grov- M- 47 lot! Lyons 57, Lapo^te 52 (oil Nunn 64, Briggsdale 48 Brush 51, Greeley College High 15 Lafayellc 47, Weld Ccnlral 43 Easl Denver 60, Manual 54 Slrattnn 54, Walsh 44 Syracuse, Kan. 40, Holly 38 (2 ot's i Weldona 40, Snyder 29 Litllcton 72, Canon City 44 North Denver 52, Abraham Lincoln 51 Fort Collins 61, Longmont 53 Lakewood 46, Cherry Creek 43 Arvada 48, Westminster 34 Air Academy 50. Sheridan Un on 43 Denver St. Francis 54, St. Jos ph 32 Denver Ml. Carmcl 41, Macho- bout 26 Bennell 58. Deer Trail 26 Agnte 59, Strasburg 39 Jefferson County 80. Denver Lutheran 18 Florence 59, Fountain Valley 40 Boulder 66, Aurora 47 Now Castle 93. Silt 92 Grand Vnlley 59, McCoy 47 Grand Valley B 45, McCoy B 34 Hye 60, La Vein 30 Pueblo Easl 55. Pueblo Cenlen- ial 44 Sargent 49, Monte Visla .13 Vilas 53, Prilchett 4li La Junta 48. Pueblo Catholic 41 Wasson 84, Pueblo Scull) 80 lot i Sierra Grande 44. Aguilar 23 Walscnhurg 44, Pueblo County 33 Salida 59. Alnnuva 58 Grand Junction 53. Palmer 40 U-advlllc 58, U J.ira 43 Crowloy County 57, Swink 41 M:inilou Springs 59, Fowler 56 Colorado Srpings St. Mary's 46,l ner! - NUNN'-Bill Obertchaifl scored points in the second half lo pace the Nunn Terrors to a M-48 non-conference bajkcthall victory over Briggsdale Friday night Cheyenne Mountain 33 Limon 61, Harrison 4,1 Widclield 62, Castle Hock 53 Fort Collins 61, Longmont 53 Mo.ib, Utah 60, Fruit 36 Grand Junction Central 53 Price, Uluh 37 Glemvood Springs 5!, Montroi Ho;::-:;;;; Fork 47. Gunnison 44 Hotchkiss 62, Hide 55 Basall 61. Dobcquc 31 Belhunc 56, Cheyenne Wells 54 Plalto Valley 62, Estes Park 5 Hillrose 63. New Rnymor 46 Windsor 47. Fort Lupton 43 Eaton 69, Valley Hieh 57 West Denver 64, George Wash ington 63 Fairview 43, Ivcr Hanum 41 ot Manhattan 88, Rhode Island 82 Cellar Clubs in ABL Get Wins By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Things were looking up lodny for the lowly Chicago Majors and Oakland Oaks, the fifth and sixth- place teams in the American Basketball League. The Majors and Oaks, both look- ng lo escape from the cellar posted victories Friday night m the only games ployed. Chicngo whipped the Pittsburgh Rons 1059-1 and Oakland edged the Philadelphia Tapers 86-84. The fifth-place Majors remain 24 iK-rccntage points in front ot the last-place Oaks. Pittsburgh and Philadelphia are tied for third. 5 games behind league-leading Long Bench mid 34 games in friml (if Chicago. DON'T FORGET Mixed Oihple TOURNAMENT Saturday and Sunday NOON, 2, ,1, (j, K am! 10 p.m. CLASSIC LANES 2-154 Klh Ave. 35.1-4275 Obenchain, 6-fooU sophomore center, wound up with 32 points for the game, which was nin-and- tuck throughout the first half. However, he scored 10 points each in the third and fourth periods as Nunn pulled safely ahead. Nunn ouiscored Briggsdale 18-8 in the third period to increase a 1-point lead to 11. Briggsdale won the B-gnme 31-23. («) Nunn ( M ) G F 6 F o 0 B. GoetLs'h 0 0 o 0 Bellmore Z o 4 2 Thome 7 5 o 2 Obenchain 16 0 4 OCollcott 0 0 Hnrrold 4 6 Hamilton 1 o Diehl 0 0 Sidwell 4 0 Phillips Baxter Bonncll Washburn Cass Gilford Freeman Sierman ' Ivic Hookom Van Dorn 0 3 o 1 17 14 Nurm 27 10 » 11 I 12-^1 17 H II I7_,n NBA By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Frld«y't RttuH Los Angeles 120. San Fran, in Angeles Cincinnati at Boston New York at Chicago St. Louis at Detroit San Francisco ai Ixis Sund«y'» .. Chicago vs. Detroit at St. Lrmlj New York at St. Ixjui, Syracuse at San Francisco Monday'i G«m* Syracuse jit Ixis Angeles USE THE TRIB'JNE WANT ADS Basketball TONIGHT Colorado Adults $1.00 ADMISSION Children SOc

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