Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 25, 1970 · Page 20
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20 GREELEY TRIBUNE Mon., May 25/1970 nfff au untie ijCi i iniBUiMi iuon., iua ^o, J.JMU University High's Tom Quammen Wins State Mile Run _ ,, , , ,,_../_, ...... ... . _._?!T._ ,,,,..,,,,,«,, ,,, «,. IOTA m « ( i» nnaiifiprf in both fhp Inw Roosevelt was led bv the sec- record, old mark 15 ft. V4 in. 100-yard dash: 1, Olsen, Rocky Groves). 2, Yum«. .3, OouilM Weld Central, who set a state By JIM BAKL1 , Tribwm Sports Writtr BOULDER, Colo. - Univer- «ity High's Tom Quammen brought home the only state championship to Weld County VIUH* acvunu m »·»-»·« Saturday in the finals of the with a time of 49.3 and third in AA record Friday in the 440- Besides the 440, he won the high /ard dash prelims, put in three op performances, but didn't win a championship. state AA and AAA track championships at Potts Field here. He placed tops in the mile-run with a final spurt that edged John Menke of Steamboat Springs by a nose. Quammen he 100-yard dash with 10.1. He was fifth in the 220 with a time going into the final turn. Hi. fired up finish gave him the title with a time of 4:38.1. Touted sprinter Craig Cronk o: top performer of the 1970 meet. tiurdles and the triple jump, setting state banners in all three. in a unainpiuiibiup. I C U K . J O 111511 jw..._.v. -Cronk placed second in the 440 Zulauf set an individual standard of 22.6. Bettered Old Mark Cronk's 440 time of 49.3 blasted his Friday's performance of trailed by as much as 50 feet 49.8 and bettered the state mark of 49.4. His efforts were in vain as Ccdaredge's Bill Kehmeier ran the 440 in 48.9. All-in-all, Kehmeier was the leg, qualified in both the low and high hurdles, but failed to pick up points in the final runs. Loveland's Tom Sorenson fin- Valley's high jumper Bruce ished second in the low hurdles and bettered the state existing mark but was edged by Akron's Dan Stevens' jump of six feet, three inches. Zulauf leaped six feet, two inches. The old stale record in the high jump was six feet, one and a half. Failed to Score In AAA competition, neither single poinl. West's Doug Max. evidently bothered by a bum Roosevelt was led by the second place shot put finish of tod Rutt. He tossed the iron 52 feet, one inch only to be and fifth in the highs. Of the AA Welco entrants, Weld Central placed the highest in the team standings with eight points. Rocky Ford won the AA competition with 28 tallies and Colorado Springs' Palmer and Denver Manual tied in the AAA meet with 27 points each. Roosevelt, University High and 'It J i C t l - j UI1C HH-11 ViUJ iv w* "*ti" j"«»f -( · · 1 - 1~ edged by Ernie Baca's toss of 2, Mounsey, Arvada. 3, Biar, 52 feet, five and Vt inches. Baca s from Rocky Ford. Purdy, Maciel Place Fort Lupton had a high placer West or Central garnered a Fort Lupton all garnered six sinplp. nninl. West's Doue Max. points aoiece to place '15th in points apiece to place '15th in the AA competition. record, old mark 15 ft. Vt in set by Jim Spears of Arvada in 1969). High jump: l', Duvall, Palmer. Jefferson. 4, Barbra, Cheyenne Mountain. 5, Kunz, Wheatridge. D: 6 ft., W* in. Long jump: 1, Franz, Bouldron ijupiun nau a ing" ymuui ,, = '., r .. · , ,,',, ,, n Richard Maciel who was er. 2, Bailey;, Mamied. .Brown, Aurora Central. 4, Hollon, Har ,hird in the mile run. Also, Dave 3 urdy placed third best in the ,riple jump with a leap of 42 feet, ir!J inches. Craig DeWalt of Platte Valley was the fifth placer in the high jump with a leap of six feet and Windsor's Charles Anderson finished fifth in the triple jump with a distance of 42 feet, 1V4 nches. Highlighting the AAA meet was two first places by Mullen's Tom Scavuzzo. He edged favored David Holmes of Palmer in both events. He ran the 100 in 9.8 and the 220 in 21.4. AAA Records Broken Thirteen records were shattered in the AA and AAA meets Saturday. This marked the finest field in the meet in its GG jcar history. Mike Peterson dazzled about 3000 fans with liis record shatter run of 4:13.9 in the AAA rison. 5. Turner, Pueblo Central. D: 23 ft. H4 in. Triple jump: 1, Douglas, Wheatridge. 2, Bailey, Manual. 3, Duvall, Palmer. 4, Fleer, Northglenn. 5, McCormick, Broomfield. D: 47 ft. 4% in. (New AAA record, old mark 46 ft. 8»4 in. set by Cullen Bryant. Mitchell, in 1969) Shot put: 1, Pagnolta. Roncalli. 2, Vandas, Lakewood. 3, Marvel, Jefferson. 4. Wallace Maplelon. 5, Briggs, Wasson. D: 60 ft. lOVi in. Discus: 1, Valerio, Aurora Central. 2, Thompson, Washington. 3, Giordano, Roncalli. 4, Wallace, Mapleton. 5, Briggs, Wasson. D: 168 ft. 3'/4 in. AA Results Team scores: 1, Rocky Ford. 28 3/5. 2. Ccdaredge, 22. 3, tie be twccn Julesberg and Palisade, LUl l u l l U l i . j u . f in LIU* n u l l L W U L I 1 UIHCOUI:!^ cinu i anaaut., mile. The previous best timers. 3. Fruita, 13. 4, Yuma, 11 ---- '··""" 1/10. 5, Steamboat Springs, Holy Family, Machebeitf, 9. 6, Del Norte, Weld Central, Holyoke, Douglas County, Haxtun, 8. 7 Centuri, 7. 8, Arkon, Brush was 4:17.7. The state's old AAA triple lump record was topped by almost a foot when Wheatridge's John Douglass, on his last attempt of the day, put it all together for a beautiful leap of 47-4 :1 i to win the event. Steve Sastaneda of Palmer won the two-mile with a 9:28.8. The fifth AAA record came in 'ord. 2, Evanich, Lafayette. 3. Jronk, Weld Central. 4, Tompkins, Fruita. 5, Stillahn, Yuma. T: 10.1 (broke old AA record of 10.0 with a 9.9 in prelims) 220-yard dash: 1, Olsen, Rocky ·"ord. 2, Mathews, Machebeuf. 3, Groves, Fruita. 4, Tompkins, Fruita. 5, Cronk, Weld Central. T: 22.5. 400-yard dash: 1, Kehmeier, Cedaredge. 2, Cronk, Weld Central. 3, Malhews, Machebeuf. 4, Woodlee, Sheridan. 5, Bruce, Haxtun. T: 48.9 (new AA record, old mark 49.4 by Kehmeier in prelims 1970) 880-yard run: 1, Lowery, Julesburg. 2, Emerson, Douglas County. 3, Anderson, Las Animas. 4, Davis, Rifle. 5, Garretson, Haxtun. T: 2:00.2. Mile run: 1, Quammen, University High. 2, Menke, Steamboat Springs. 3, Maciel, Fort Las Animas) Lupton. 4, Friend, Machebeuf. 5. Allis, Douglas County. T: 2-mile run: 1, McKinney, Olathe. 2, Mike Cook, Steamboat Springs. 3, Zamarripa, Florence. 4, Larcom, Salida. 5, McKeilips, Julesberg. T: 9:47.2. (new AA record, old mark 10:01.5 by Mike Cook of Steamboat Springs 1969) 120-yard high hurdles: 1. Keh- meir. Cedaredge. 2, Gallegos, Del Norte. 3, Trimmer, Yuma. 4, Gracey, Holyoke. 5, Murphy Yuma. T: 14.5 (new AA record VjlrllLUi 1, ( . u, m nuii) u i u o u , * umu. A. ^^.^ , . . - . Roosevelt, Olathe, University old mark 14.6 by Gary Christ- n:.,i. i^n«i T mitii-i c Q rVnitiloif ion AIrrnn 1QRS^ High, Fort Lupton, 6. 9, Crowley County, 5. 10, Fowler. Lafayette, Denver Christian, Valley, 4. 11, Florence, Clear Creek, Las Animas, 3. 12, Salida, Sheridan, lilt: null n/lrt I C L U I U g a l l i c in niHS, o. li, Odllud, O I I U 1 mull, the 880-relay prelims Friday Rjfi e an d Center, 2. 13, Windsor, when Denver East clocked aiplatt" Vallev 1. 14, F o u n t a i n . I ! 1:28.1. Vi. " ' I ian, Akron, 1965) 180-yard low hurdles: 1, Gracey. Holyoke. 2, Gallegos, De Norte. 3. Lee, Brush. 4, Slratlon Cedaredge. 5, Soden, Rock Fort!. T: 19.9. 880-vard relay: 1. Fruit; lounty. 4, Crowley County 5, Holy Family. T: 1:31.2. Mile relay: 1, Julesburg (Ver- ^ non, Ramirez, Parker, New,--' man). 2, Holy Family, 3, Crowley County. 4, Haxtun. 5, Yuma.. T: 3:26.5 (new AA record, old mark of 3:28.1, by Durangq in 1964.) Pole vault: 1, Donelson, Rp^ky Ford. 2, DePriest, Centuri. 3, Burchett, Hockey Ford. .4, tit between Lopez, Hockey Ford, Saxvki, Steamboat Springs, Garcia, Julesburg, Ellis, Yuma and Williams, Steamboat Spring!, H: 12 ft. 6 in. High jump: 1, Stevensj Akron. 2, Zulauf, Valley. 3. Bellinger, Brush. 4, Ham, Roosevelt. 5, DeWalt, Platte Valley. H: fi ft. 3 in. (new AA record, old mark was 6 ft. 1% in. by Ciirleyiof Long jump: 1, Lowder, Palisade. 2, Ownes, Holy Family.;.3, Wolfe, Palisade. 4, Newman, Julesberg. 5, tie between Mitchell, Yuma, and Koch,' Fountain. D: 21 ft. H in. ' ' ··'· Triple jump: 1, Kehmeier, Cedaredge. 2, Starkebaum, Haxtun. 3. Purdy, Fort.Lupton. 4, . Gilmore, Center. 5,. Anderson,. Windsor. D: 44 ft. 9 in. (new AA, record old mark 44 ft. .IVl'in.. set by Dennis Bliss of Fort Lupton in 1966) ' . · Shot put: 1, Baca, Rocky Ford. 2. Rutt, Roosevelt. 3,' Melton, Clear Creek. 4, Bosch, Denver Christian. 5, Clark, Cedaredge. D: 52 ft. 5Vz in. Discus: 1, Lowder, Palisade. 2, Dunsmore, Fowler. 3, DePriest, Centuri. 4, Bosch, Denver Christian. 5, Clark, Ceda- I i O m l - v m U 1 c l d v . i, i i uni v^* VMIHUWU". «, ~--"·» : l(Tompkins, Groves, Kelly, TJredge. D: 144 ft. 8'A in. CRONK EDGED OUT -- Craig Cronk, center, of Weld Central didn't win a state championship Saturday, but in the 440-yard dash, he shattered what was the old state mark as he finshed second to Cedaredge's Bill Kehmeier ran time of 49.3. The old state record was 49.4. Kehmeier ran the distance in 48.9. Above, Cronk finishes fifth in the 220- yard run. On the right is Mike Tompkins of Fruita and on the left is Steve Mathews of Machebeuf. Randy Olsen of Rocky Ford won the even. (Tribune photo by Jim Eakle) Rocky Ford won the event. (Tribune photo by Jim Eakle) FAILED TO PLACE--Greeley West's Doug Max, center, didn't place in the finals in either the high or low hurdles Saturday during the state track meet in Boulder. Above, in the 120-yard high hurdles, Max ended up sixth, just out of the money. On the right, is Loveland's Tom Sorenson, who finished fifth. Dave Black of Widefield is on the left. In the low hurdles, Black took first and Sorenson placed second. Ralph Fisher of Manuel won the highs with a clocking of 14.3. (Tribune photo by Jim Eakle) The Majors By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League ' East Division Baltimore .. New York . Detroit Wash'n Boston Cleveland W. L. 29 13 24 19 18 20 18 22 17 22 14 23 Pet. G.B. Chicago 21 5'/ 2 9 10 lO'.i 1214 .659 .524 .400 .390 .333 6 11 ll'/z .690 .558 .474 .450 .430 .378 West Division Minnesota .... 26 12 .684 California . 27 14 Oakland 22 20 Kansas City 16 24 Chicago - 16 25 Milwaukee . 13 26 Saturday's Results Kansas City 3, Milwaukee 1 Oakland 12, Chicago 2 Minnesota a, California 4 Washington 6, Detroit 5 Baltimore 3, Boston 0 Cleveland 4, New York 3, 13 Innings Sunday's Results Baltimore 2-3, 'Boston 1-4 New York 6-8, Cleveland 5-7, 2nd game 11 innings Washington 6, Detroil 4 California 6, Minnesota 5 Oakland 5-5, Chicago 1-2 Kansas City 6, Milwaukee 5, ·-* 10 innings Today's Games (Lockwood 0-0) St. Louis National League East Division W. L. Pet. G.B. 20 .553 .513 .488 .465 .400 .390 .721 .571 .561 .477 .455 .413 I'.b 6',7 10',2 11H 13 Vs New York ... 20 21 Pittsburgh . 20 23 Montreal ..... 16 24 Phila'phia .... 16 25 West Division Cincinnati .... 31 Los Angeles 24 Atlanta 23 San Fran. ... 21 Houston 20 San Diego .... 19 Saturday's Results Chicago 14, New York 8 San Diego 17, San Francisco 16. 15 innings St. Louis 3, Philadelphia 1 Cincinnati 14, Houston 3 Pittsburgh 8, Montreal 4 Atlanta 5, Los Angeles 1 Sunday's Results Chicago 3-1, New York 1-3 Pittsburgh 3, Montreal 0 Philadelphia 6, St. Louis 5, 10 innings Los Angeles 8, Atlanta 1 Houston 10, Cincinnati 7 San Francisco 6-7, San Diego N Chicago (Crider 1-0) at Kan-| Philadelphia at Montreal. X H Nino Benvenuti Defends Crown Successfully Sat. UMAG, Yugoslavia (API To Nino Benvenuti it was destiny. It was also power. "It was destiny," the Italian said Saturday night after de- 'ending his world middleweight championship by knocking out Tom "The Bomb" Bethea of New York in the eighth round- lie same round Bethea had stopped Benvenuti in a nontitle :ight in Australia. The knockout blow was a right hand, one of the hardest munches he ever threw, Bcnevu- ti said. "f wanted to avenge the Melbourne defeat," Benvenuti said. In that fight, in March, Benvenuti took a severe beating about the body and quit in the iighth round, complaining he had broken ribs. Bethea's upset earned the 26- year-old a shot at the title anc brought about the first worlt championship fight ever staged in a Communist country. Saturday, Benvenuti k e p Bethea away, with a good lef Cincinnati (McGlothlin 5-3) al jab. He cul Bethea over the 21st Legion Golf Tourney Slated Here Today's Games The annual Victor Can- AAA Results Team scoring: 1. lie between Manual and Palmer, 27. 2, tie between Wasson and Denver East, 17. 3. Wheatridge, lli. 4, Mullen, 12. 5, tie belween Boulder and Widefield, 11. 6 Mapleton, 10. 7, Aurora Central 9. 8, tie between Roncalli and Love-| land, 9. 9, Arvada, 8. 10, tie be-1 tween Northglenn and Arvada | West. 7. 11. tie between Arapa-j hoe and Regis. 6. 12, tie between' Alamosa, Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Lakewood, Pueblo Centennial. Westminster, 4. 13, lie belween Jefferson. Lamar, Cherry Creek, 3. 14, Cheyenne i [Mountain, Durango, Grand June- lion, Harrison , 2. 15, Pueblo Cenlral, Ranum, 1. 110-yard dash: 1, Scavuzzo, Mullen. 2. Holmes. Palmer. 3, Valker, East. 4, Peters, East. Kensinger, Loveland. T: 9.8. 220-yard dash: 1, Scavuzzo, Mullen. 2, Holmes, Palmer. 3, His, Cherry Creek. 4. Busch, irand Junction. 5, Haggerty, Arapahoe. T: 21.4. 440-yard dash: 1, LaVoie, Arvada West. 2, Nichols, Westminster. 3, Wilson, Alamosa. 4, laggerty, Arapahoe. 5, Johnson, Alamosa. T: 48.2. 880-yard dash: 1, Bean, Wasson. 2, Phipps, Wheatridge. 3, .edingham, Broomfield. 4, Wil;on, Manual, a. McKeever, Arapahoe. T: 1:57.0. Mile run: 1, Peterson, Maple-j ton. 2, Elstun, Palmer. 3, Sandoval, Aurora. 4, Stoncbraker.l-- Arapahoe. 5, Musick, Arvada.] T: 4:13.9. (New AAA record, oldj mark 4:22.5. set by Mauro Mar-: tinez of Weld Central in 1967) ' 2-mile run: 1, Castancda, Pal- m A I · I I I * ^T *J. I mer. 2, Trujillo, Pueblo Centen - I/I/ |JK| I r\J f*V IY\ 0111*11 O ID I ITIG nial. 3, Peden, Widefield. 4, Vas- V If 11 I I I 11 Cl I I I W Wl 11 W 11 I I l i f t quez, Manual.^ 5^ Moehle.^Ar-. DENVER _ The Uni versity of torn of Janet Hansen, Sally Sally Brach was third in the discus. Linda Vangraefschepe of Northeastern Junior CoTTe'ge was third in the 100-yard dash, and second in the 220. STATE CHAMPION-University High's Tom Quammen is shown straining for the finish-line string Saturday edging John Menke, right, of Steamboat Springs for Ihe championship of the mile-run. Menke had about a :iO-foot load coming into the final turn, but Quammen put on the steam to win the event, posting a time of 4:38.1. Quammen was the only Weld County athlete to win in the state meet al Boulder. (Tribunt photo by Jim Eakle) Northern Colorado Girls vada West. T: 9:28.3. (new AAAJ record, old mark 9:51.5. set by |Lewis Villareal, Denver North 'in 1969) 120-yard high hurdles: 1, FUh- Northern Colorado girls track and field team Saturday won the Intermountain Collegiate championship at Denver University. ru= t ,u ,,,,.=.«.«... -v 6 "- · u v , u - i i The IINC girls scored 80 points 1 gun tournament will be this; 1 *. », Gmther Northglenn. 4, Mlowed by De nver 38, Wyoming weekend at the Greelev Country Black, Widefield. 5, Sorenson,| 35] Colo ,. ad o State University me iisi aniiua VIULUI ^«in- · - , f ... , , dlin Post 18 American Legion er, Manual God rcj ; Bioul - !olf Club and Highland Hills Municipal course. The first 18 holes be Loveland. T: 180-yard low hurdles: 1, Black, Widefield. 2, Sorenson, Love- played Saturday at GCC 'ollowed by the final 18 holes Sunday at Highland Hills. "Jland. 3, Fisher, Manual. 4. Gin- Entry Friday. deadline is noon Players To Be Honored COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -Phil Piton, president of the minor leagues of baseball, and Sy Berger, Topps sports director, have announced that player-of- the-month awards are being renewed in the minor leagues this season. (her. Northglenn. 5, Godfrey, Boulder. T: 19.6. 880-yard relay: 1. Denver East jiHudley. Ausbie, Peters, Walker). 2. Wasson. 3, Loveland. 4. Manual. 5, Wheatridge. T: 1:28.5. Mile relay: 1, Denver East (Peters, Walker, Daciis, Ausbie). 2, Manual. 3, Arvada. 4, Wassnn. 5. Ranum. T: 3:18.4. Pole vault: 1, Cleiger, Regis. 2, Singley, Wheatridge. 3, Hughes. Wasson. 4. Cook, Durango. 5, Davis, Thomas Jefferson H: 15 ft. l\'i in. (new AAA 29, Adams Stain 17, Metro State 15 and Northeastern Junior College 11. Barbara Lundberg sparked Northern Colorado by setting records in the long jump, 16 ft =.i in., and in the javelin, 14 :. J 'i in. UNO's Carol Hyatt won th 100-yard dash in 12 seconds Janet Hansen won the 220 in 27. seconds. Nancy Baca won th 440-yard dash in 1:04.5. Lar Birdsong won the 200-yard hur dies in 34.6 seconds. All wer meet records. Northern Colorado's 440-yar and 880-yard teams won an broke records. The 440-yar Brach, Lark Birdsong and Carol Hyatt sped to victory in 53.1 seconds. The 880-yard team of Kathy Salerno, Luann Koskel, Lynn Nudding and Barb Lundberg won in 2:01.8. Miss Lundberg's victory in the javelin was UNC's only field events triumph. Luann Koskela placed third _ _ _ _ _ _ in the 440. Jean Underwood was ] eeS| " crashed "his firsUwo honi- runnerup over the 200-yard Washington (Bosman 4-3) i Boston (Lee 1-2) Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Oakland at California, N Chicago at Kansas City, N Milwaukee at Minnnai-a. N New York at Detroit, N Cleveland at Baltimore. .\ Washington at. Boston, X right eye in the fourth and had command of the fight until the end. The knockout punch was preceded by a left hook. Time of | the round was 2:30. I Bonvenuii said '.ho logical ! contender for his title now is N ; K m i l n firiffilh of New York. He 2 '.wnn the title from and lost it Jback to Griffith in 1967 and regained it in I06H. '· Hcihra was his fourth title since regaining the | Plays Everybody I BOI-U)KR. Colo. ( A P I - victim IC'oloradn's football teams will'crmvn. ' .lay opponen'.; from !;) slates in The fipht was seen in the ·tile coming nine ,sea,on. Orlr!i\, t'nltcd S aifs \ i n .n,cl!ilt'. Brn- jonly enr of their fms will !;·· u-nn.i. whn now had an 84-3-1 |wcs! of Iho Conl-nriilal Divi-e. record, t.arncd Sll,~,f,(iO. B-'tha, 21st ANNUAL AMERICAN LEGION GOLF TOURNAMENT Social H o u r ft Ditmor -Friday, May 2H. 1!i70 -- fi p.m. 36 Holes of Golf -- I S l l n l n s S l i t l l r r l n y . M n y 30, ]II70. nt (lie Gronlcy Country C l u b ;iml I K holes Sunday. May St. I!i7». at I l i R l i - laild H i l l s M u n i c i p a l . E n t r y Fees n f c o p r o d nim- by tlu- d u l l jtrnfcssioiuil :il r'itllr.]- i-niirs". Victor Candlin Posr No. 18 No entries arropted later titan 12 noon, Friday, M a y . 2fl. E n t r a n t must bo a paid-up Victor namllin Post No. IS mombor. Practice a n d / o r q u a l i f y i n g round must lift arranged, w i t h t l i o respective club professional. E n t r a n t s w i t h o u t a n established Kolf h a n d l e d . ) must hurdles, and L'la Bell was second in the 880-yard run. Miss Sirdsong placed second over the 70-yard hurdles and Miss Underwood was third. UNC's 880-yard mndley relay was runnerup to Denver. Dana Yost was second in the .laced third in the high jump. Sunday's Start By THE ASSOCIATED PRKSS BATTING-Jon Ellis,, Yan- ers of the season, two doubles and a single in eight at-bats ind drove in five runs in a 6-5, 8-7 sweep of Clevelad. PITCHING-Chuck Dobson, A's, checked Chicago on one hit ·Gail Hopkins' first-inning single--and retired 20 straight over one stretch as Oakland beat th* javelin, and Miss Birdsong White Sox 5-1 in the opener of'a doublehearler. Tonight r ^ ~ ~- - ~ -- m f V^^^^ OMyhound Park IS ^^^ Loveland Exit - !nl»nlal« 25

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