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iox the ho Idaho Km- 1'ress i The News-Tribune. Wednesday. February 12.1975- A-2 Jerome, Poky powers pnolo by John Kitten Double exposure catches NNC's Rick Lande taking down College of Idaho's Harold Nevill for a third-round pin in Tuesday night's match at Montgomery Gym between the Crusaders and Coyotes. Referee Ray Schnabel, the Vallivue High coach, signals the takedown. NNC cops 34-14 tilt BvJohnll.Killcn N'A.MPA - A forfail at (he first weight gave the College of Idaho a 6-0 lead in Tuesday's wrestling match al Northwest A'azarene.-but it was down hill for (he Coyotes Ihe rest of the night as the Crusaders went on to win all but Ihc lasl two matches from the Coyotes and post a 34-14 win. The victory gave NNC the besl of three scries between the two schools (his season 2-1. The Coyotes had dumped (lie Crusaders in Ihe first meeting when NNC gave up 18 points worth of forfeits, but NNC took Ihe last two. "Things went just about the way we expected them to," said NNC Coach Art Norwood. "We had hoped that Ted) Nisley would win instead of draw but n draw's a draw. The score really didn'l indicate how close some of the matches were. The C of I is really improving." Maybe so. but Ihe Coyotes still have a ways to go The one win for the C of 1 came at heavy where Coyote Mark Ford took a Neil Castle, a figure a litlle more familiar to a basketball uniform than wrestling tights. A sometime regular for NNC's basketball squad. Castle wrestled for the first time in his life Tuesday and took a 2-0 lead in Ihe first round before Ford pinned him in (he second. "We used Neil just out of in- leresl," said Horwood. "lie's a PE major and he's taking a wrestling class lhal I'm INTERNATIONAL MKET . NAGOYA, Japan (UP!) Mikiko Sone of Tokyo University Sunday cleared 5 feel, iO',« inches and won the women's high jump Sunday al an international track and field meet at the Aichi Prefectural gymnasium. leaching. He told me thai he'd like to try il. We doii'l have a regular heavyweight, nnd we'd have had to forfeit anyway, so I figured why not? C of I's ether two points came al 17V whcrc'Nislcy halved wilh C of I's Jeff Doan one all. The rest of Ihe night was a successful "crusade." One of the evening's beller matches featured Jose Benson againsl C of I's Hay Marshall al Ihe 134-pound class. The Coyotes slill had a narrow lead going into (he meeting, bul Benson pulled away from a narrow 7-0 lead in the final round lo finally dump Marshall m-o. Dave Powers turned in a good effort with an s-l decision over Tommy While and Ihcn Rick Lande got Ihe Crusaders (ficir first big points wilh a pin over Harold Nevill in (he third round of Ihe 150-pound match. Hick Powers oulwaitcd Uordy liaker 2-0 in Ihe 1M meeting and Larry Robinson counted NNC's second pin, al 1C7 with a second round tumble of S'coti Zuckhan. NN'C's final points came with ·i forfeil win by Ray Boldway al 191). "We're looking beller all Ihe lime," said Lloyd Hardesty, Coyote coach. "1 think that was aboul Ihe besl malch lhal Hay Marshall has wrestled in Iwn years. That Benson is awfully good." The C of 1 goes to Portland Saturday lo compels' in Ihc Northwest Conference meet and holh learns travel lo Forest Grove. Ore., Peb 21 and 22 for Ihc NAIA Dislricl II championships. Ill - Tom FukAwa. Cl. win* by lorieil. 171 - Rocky Wallance. NNC. d Dick Nhhiiaki.CI.M. 114 --JmeGenson.NNC. d KAy Marshall, Cl, JO.*. 141 -- Pave Powers, NNC.d Tom while, Cl. 8-1. ISO -Rick Landc, NNC.fc Harold Nevill, Cl, 3rd. Rick Powers. NNC, d Gordy Baker, Cl, 7 0. Lary Robinson, NNC. p Scot! Suckhan, Cl, 2nd. 177 --Ted Wisfey, NNC/drcw with Jell Doan. Cl, l-l. 1?Q -- Ray Bcldway, NNC, wins by Forleil. Hpavy^pigM -- Mark FcrcJ, Cl, p Neil Caslle, Ind. TEAMS -- NNC 1C, Cl N. State's iiist-round bouts 98 pounds 138 pounds H POUNDS -- Oaryl Claythoriw, Jerome, vj. Chrii Inglii. Caldwetl. Brad Orme Idaho Fall*, vi. Ruby Beafc, HigHliiKl. Bruce Howard. Soulh Fremant, vi. Tim Yourcn, Vallivue. Girw Endo, PoeiltlH. vs. D»n Kaeitns/, c«*ur d'AI*ne Roger Milter Highfarw), vi. Steve Richardi, Poca.eMo. Dee Shell-ail, Skyline, vs. Curl Bradburn, Mamp*. Greg Call«n, Jfrome. vs. Kav Lewis, Shelley. Dean Johnion. LewiiiPft, vs. G'W Gogrley, N*mpa. TOP SEEDS-- Kaeslr.er No. I *ilh 11-1 record. Miller No I with 7M, Caller. OS POUNDS - Tom Han, Jerome, vi, Brian Cooh, Keilogg. Scoll DeCham- heau, Nampa, vv Marlell Arrmtror.g. Righy. j^ry WaMers. Coeur d'Alenp, vi Greg Kennedy, Shelley. Mike Earning, Pocalelle, vs. Mark Bednar, Capital. Sreve Neilion, Shptfey, vs. Re* Edwards, Meridian. Jed Taylor, Snafce River, vs. Clay Ward. Vallivue. Lenny Van Hooier, Jerome, vs. Larry Stucht, Banieville Dale Schmadeka. Post Falls, vi. sterling Km pp. Preston TOP SEEOS -- Banning No. Ul Howard NO. 2 at 31 1, SthmarJelta No lai H?. Han No. HI IS 4, ArmslrcngNo-Sal 13-*. 105 pounds 145 pounds lOt POUNDS -- Gtr.t Campbell, Jtrome. vs. Virl Albert, Moicow. Eddie White. Nimpa. vs. Rui1v« Wei I* ret, Pocitello. JCd Jonei, Shvlin«, vt Dave Crespin, Nimpa Larry Tr«ili1o, Foil Falls, vs. Kim Piicof, Shelley. Oan Bnwen. Burley, vs. Ryan Rismuuen, Borah. Guy Hollingsworth, Prestcn, vi. Brian Ritks, Madison. ToM Warren, Bonfleviile, vs. Mikf Brown, Lewisron Jerry Stevenson, Meridian, vs. Ben Rabinwn, Sfljk* River. TOP SEEDS -- Jones tit. 1 with II-3 record, Raimussen No. 1 at 1S-0, Brown No. ], Wellard No. 4 atM-4,Campbell N». 5 »t 11.7. US POUNDS -- Mik* Hagood, Capital, vv. Doug Patterson, Madison. Rarfly Fredericks, Snake River, vs. Ricfc James, Moscow. Kevin Hollir.gswcrth, Preston, vs. Stan Seirlc. Shtlley. Frank ALfowir, Capital, vs. Brad Diehl, Jerome. Elifcn uirich, Minico, vs. Russ Lindemar.n, Villivut. John Robinson, Kellogg, vs. Bruce Machen, Skyline- Mark Yales, Lewiilon, vs. Kevin Wood, Meridian. Jerry Merrill. Snake River, vi. Kenl Bitler, STielley. TOP SEEDS-- DieJil No. 1 al 74 0, Mac hen No. I-at 33 3, Merrill No. 3 a113-4, Ha good Ws. 4, Jjmfi No S at 12-». 112 pounds 155 pounds 111 POUNDS -- Kim Kan«n, Kisby. vi. Phil Miior, K«lo«. Reed Btihltr, Cj|a«fH« Harvey Tiylor, Jerome. Ouilin Butler, Bonnevills.yj. D»ve Wilson, Vlllivve. PJKl Pieper. SrMl Ri«r, vs. Pite Bloomburg. L(»ilton. Erwin? n»lin]s. PreiUn, vi. Charlie MUIHKH, Nsmpa. Bruce llil»rli, Moscow, s. Mike Mulberry. Skyline. Tim Cjllen, Jerome, vi. CuyGimer, Mountain Home. Kim Morris, BlKklMt, vs. Mike Soucle, Shelley. T O P i E E D S -- pieperNo.lat J4-J, HilversonNo.I il lt-1,Cillen No. Jjl /:·], BthKr Ho. al l-s,Mi|er No. i it l»-7. 119 pounds III POUNDS - Reid Smith, Burley, vl. Rcxk Merrlck, Nimpj. Frank Mcr den KelleM.vt pj| LlttIinef,P«attll« Tim Willmuth, Le*islon, vl. BiruUm, · My R«iy Certillo. VillKue, y. Jim Airfrus, Bonneville. Chuck Cullorlh. Snike River, vs. Dale Gardner, Soulh Fremont. Lance chrisl.ansen. Boii., vs. Jim HarHhom, Lewlslon. R«9«r »nerse«. Mlaklarri, vs. Lyiw Pttlenon, Rig by. DM ArcKinUult, Jeiome, «. Dave Allen, CaMwell- ,.,,, TOP SEEDS - Anrus No. I )t ll.i, Hartskorn No. Ut « !, Allen No. 1 It It!. Utlimer No.* it33-,MrfdenN». Sal 11-i. IMPOUNDS -- Stan K*y, Minlu, vi. Roy Edwards, LewiiTo.. Sill Harrigfeld. Bcrih, v*. John Stskh, SVylire. Scolt Bennelt, BUekfMl, vi. Milch Rankin, South Fremont, jack Bill*. Vjllkuc, vs. Pjl Hughes, Pott Falli. iV.ke Witun, Vallivu-P, v«. Lanny Work man. Highland. Je^y Diet.1. Jercme. vs, Kim Johanier, BDnneville. Bill Muigrove. Mounraln Home, vi. Jim Redinger, Moscow. Dale Nelwn, PocaTKlo, v«. Kevin Maehtn, Skyline, TOP SEEOi- Biih Na. I At 10-1, WQrtcmin No. lat 11-6. Machen Na. 3, Kay No. 4 at ]]·?, Slouch NO. I. 167 pounds IH POUNDS - Millh Britmin, Moscow, vs. Bill Laurance, Mtriilun Verlm Ltve, Snike Rivtr, vs. oivin Romreill, Bcnneville. CliMon Djvls, South Fremonl, vs. Kirk Slarry, T*in Falls. Joe Hill, HishlimJ, vs. Doug McCoy fjpiHI. Roil Co«. Jerome, vs. Sloe AUjms, CalJuell. Mike Juliin, Skyline, vs RaiKlf Milson, Le»isron. Terry Proelor, Moscm, vs. Bryjnl Brown, Caldwell. Btrl Gunderscn, Presfcn. vs. Kevin Landon, Sheirey. TOP SEEDS - McCoy No. 1 jl 111. Co No ) Jt IM. Cundtrson No. I al in, Romreill No. 4 al 33-3, Bril man NO. ^ at 17-3. 126 pounds r, uidoell. Rick O.Kk, Miihl l Sorley. vs. Kenny Wet*. Pocatello. Dous iihland, vl ««" S 1 "' 1 '"'". '" T "!° 185 pounds IIS POUNDS -- Mirk Symondi. Foil Falls, vj, Rod Sparrow, Prf.lc-rt. Randy Graven. Skyline, vi. Mark Brflwn. MeritflaA. Turn Cochrane, Jerome, vt. Uirfy Dunn, Vallivue. ftob iek, BonneviiK, vi- Paul Wallley, Blackloot, Jay Faraea, Kellogg, vi. Mike ffankin, South Frem»nl, Mark VillaiK, PtKilello, vs. Darnal Atrxandfr, Merldlin. Curl Hfflil*y- Nampj, vi. Lonnie Hard/, Mlnlc*. N«l Itne. ' atlM.RumllNO.JaT»-4, RuivHI, $hiK»y, vs. Steve Turner, Coeuf d'Altne. TOP SEEDS-- CKhriM H». I ll 33-J, Vlllano No.: Sym«n, No S at 11-4. 132 pounds Heavyweight 111 POUNDS - Rrt lh.fn.wi. J«w«. «. J . al I HEAVYWEIGHT - IrH White, Skyline, vs. Ruben SaUaaa, Burley. Tim Oiardina. CaMwell. vs. Oan SccKMnmaker, Lewlslon. Bill Roe, Borah, vs. Franklin Kin»,J«at(lr». Ore Hayes, Ricjcjy, vs. DCK Syn»n«, Pesl Falls. Oav:d Scon. Snake River, vs. Paul Jacotoon, Coecjr d'Alrne. Cldf Hammons, Skli»e, vs. Keifs T.dwell, Valfrvue Ite ftasntulten. Pocatelra, vs. Larry Cronln, Nampa. Rev Portman, BMncvine, vs. Norm Cochrane. Jerome/ TOP SEEDS- Kifli No. I at H l-l. Ii*«cll No.) ll 11.1. CoOrane Ko 1 at It I, tchoonmakerNo.4al 11 ].WliiteNo S a i l * . RyJuhnll. Killcu H may bo iho year uf (he harp as far as tlic Climcse calcrolar giujs.biil in Idaho high scliwil w roslliiij", ilie year uf ihe liger mighl seem a liille inure apprupriaie. Ask jus! aixiui any cundi in Ihc sinle and I liar's wimi tie 'II n.'ll yini Will) Ihc slaio wieblling dininpiuiiships si.ining 'I'lnirsday in Twin Falls, Hie Jcruinc Tigcns uf Jtrry James stci,\ in be Hie learn lu beat. "I'd have lo give (hem Hie kiss uf death," said Dick Klcisclunaiin, coach nt ihe fuin-iinic liile ik'fcmlmn I'ucaicllii Indians, earlier in ihe season. "They [iiusliccl sccund lasl year lu us, bill llicy'vc gol almusl all seniurs ihis year. They're really luuliiDg like Hie loam Dial evtrymu 1 is giiing lv have lu beal." nial was Ihe way lhal Fleischmann was Iccikini; il1 iliiiifis oboul the lime of the Snulhcrn Idaho Conference wrcsiling mi-cl in Nampa lasl munlh. ll dnesn'i appear I hat iliings have changed much since (hen. Area coaches, readying ilieii- i cams fcr ihis cine last rim, all seem ID agree prelly much wilh Flcischmann's analysis. "You have lo put Jerome on inpand I'ocaiello righi behind Ihem," says Hay Schnabel uf Vallivue. The Falcons Ihem- sclvcs qualified a surprising 10 men for ilie cliampiunships in lasl week's Dislricl 111 luurney ai I'ayctle, bnl ihe Tigers 'qualified 15 frnm Iheir learn, mure ihim anyone else in Ihe state. "Tliey have a number of good kids-like lirad Dcihl and the Cuchrnnes--whu will gel Ihem a lol uf points. They've also goi several ulher people who could pick up sumo fur Ihem in consulaliu/i." Brad Deilil, al US, is one of lliree undefeated wrestlers compel ing in the meet and ihe Cochrancs. Tom at 185 and Norm al heavy, both have excellent records against some of ihe lup cumpelilion in ihe stale. Nurin is the only man lu heal Franklin King of Pucalvllu and Turn is Ihe only man lu gel tu Capital's Doug McCoy ihis year. Pocalcllo, who like Nampa and l^euislun qualified 11 wrestlers for i he slate mccl. is must uftcn meniionedas the nlher learn niusl likely lu succeed. " Jusi liioking al it from Ihe experience standpoint, I'd have to pick Pucalello," says Bruce Burned. Meridian Warrior coach. The Warriors send six men lo Twin Ihis weekend. "Experience cmmis a lul in ihis ihing." lixpcrienceisalsoihe reason lhal Burneli picks Nampa as Ihe Boise Valley learn with the besl chances, "li really helps uui lo have been there before and Nampa has. I'd say ihe HulhUigs are ihe besl bet from ihis area." Nampa wun Hie Dislricl while Valltvur was secund. Oildttell was Ihird. Capilal, fuurlh. Bui mine uf ihose learns look likely as far as the lop three wem. Afier Jerome and Pokey, Snake River, a souiheaslern i 'earn, gui ihe must frequent men! ion. Snake River finished second lo Pokey in District V, racking up ISC'j puinls io I'okey's ici. Highland was third'with 75'2. "I tniglil give ciiliof Nampa or Capital a chance uf finishing in Ihc top five though!" says Burncll. VYiih 10 qualifiers Vallivue has lo figure some. "1 guess we might have an ouisidc chance," says Sehnabel, · "bin we're going lo need al leasi five ol our ten qualifiers tu pull through if we expect to du anything." Viillivue's besl hopes lo lie wilh lop seed Clay Ward at 138 and second seeds Neils Tidwell (heavyweight) and Jack Bish i lo": i "Hiidy Cedilla could come Ihrdugh al IM and so could lUiss l.imlemann al 145 and Mike Wilson, also al 155." says Sohniibcl. When looking al stale in lerms of champions, Ihc real determining facior in Ihc big show, Caldwell could do more surprising ilian anyone. The Cougars led both lire SIC and ihe · Disirict in number uf individual champs dhree and four) and if Ihcy cuuld keep lhal irend going, they might really be lough. "All fouruf lliascguys would have to finish in Hie finals and . we'A have lu gel at leasi one consolation winner lo win--and ihai's asking furquilea bit," says Caldwell's LeRoy Inglis. The four men he refers lo are dislricl champs Chris Inglis iW. Heed Buhler 1112). Dave Allen 1126), and Cecil Vassar U2G). Caldwell also had a rumier-up in 107-poundcr Bryant Brownaiidacoiiplenfconsolationwinners.SteveAdamsand Tim (cinrdina. "Il would take four kids in Ihe finals for us lo do anything and Dial is almosl impossible- but Ihcn, anylhing's possible. I do Ihink we've gol the besl chance from this area. Nampa will have lo wrestle a lot beller lhan Ihey did at districl if they're going to du well in slate." Thai could prove true. The Hulldogs won ihe district title, bul al the same time, ihcy failed lo gain a single outright champion, somelhing j ihai's very impurlanl al stale. The lack of champions hurl N'ampa in the seeding. 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