Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 28, 1972 · Page 23
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24, GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Fri., April 28, 3972 UNC Trackmen Picked To Win SCSC Meet F E R R I E R BREADS THE TAPS' - . . . and the record, rcelcy Central sprinter Zack Ferrier (center) sel a new ntracity Meet record in the 100-yard dash with a time of Perrier Shines; Central Wins Or an f l u ha go cit nn at M( fin tin Fu 10 seconds flat. Other runners (from left) are Bruce Schweer, Ull, fifth; Jay Anderson, GC, second; Doug Fanning, GW, f o u r t h ; and Larry Gehring, GC, third. (Tribune photo by Steve Bauer) Six Records Broken in Intracity Track Meet : By STEVE BAUER Tribune Sports Writer Wth the kind of weather .ajey bad Thursday, coaches ' athletes were remarking ; it.was'a good day for fool- 1. B u t ' i t was a surprisingly :I nighl for track as the 's prep, trackmen broke six ct records and tied another the seventh annual Intracity The foursome combined for a new meet record in the mile relay of 3:31.2. Centra! also won the 880 relay. Wildcat Record Set Anderson set a new meet record in the 440-yard dash with a winning lime of 51 seconds. el at Jackson Field. Ircelcy Central won the et, proving, to linve .· the Cowles sel a new 800-yard run atcr.toam dppth. Stellar per- nances by the Wildcat speed nrds were the highlight of meet.-.'.' ,arly in the rn'eel, astounded . all Zack (lie meet record of 2:01.1. And Ferrier lied the 220-yard dash record 'of 22.5 seconds. A n d e r s o n a n d Gehring finished second and third behind Ferrier in both the |00 and 220. West's Doug Fanning was close fourth in the 100. Greeley West triple jumper Tim Benich wailed imlil Ihc last blaukct-wrapped .spectators by c.isilyAvjrining Ihe 100-yard dash wilh a new meet record lime of 10 seconds flat. Many. .Years The last time Grccley Central had a .sprinter that ran limes anywhere near 10 seconds was in Ihe 1960s when Rick-'May was clocked al 10.2. Jerry Smith holds Ihc school rqcpnl of 9.8 seconds set in IS.ili. Despite the cold, the lrnc(t was very fast Thursday. The moisture made the track',solid. And runners who were properly wanned up and loose found conditions excellent. When .the wind died down, (he meet went well. Fcrricr's Icanimales Bob Cowlcs, J;iy Anderson and Larry Gehring also ran well. inches. Central had Eric Carlson second, Pat Heine third and Mark Florio fourth. West got other first place honors in Ihe high jump from Huss Overbeck and Andy Hoist in the long jump. Paul Johnson won the high hurdles and Steve Mejia won the lows for West. jump of (lie meet, then after many fnn.s had gone home, set n new meet record of 43 feet 4'/i inches. Easy Win University Jligh distance star Chris Scolt had no (rouble breaking his own meet record in the two-mile. He got a good split on- his first".mile, then finished strong...wilh a record lime'of 10:35.4. ,Thj. Bulldogs had three other first-place. performances. -Joe Barnhait won the mile run. Dennis Kuhlmari won Ihe discus wilh his best'throw ever of 134 feet S : ['i inches. The shot put battle between Central's (ripple threat and University's Ron Washington was a good one. Washington won with a loss of 4!) feet GH Mark Roggy cleared 11 feel G inches in the pole vault to win lhal event on his second try at Dial height. Team Points Greeley Central 88V4, Grccley a West 57',2, University High 24. Results 100-yard dash: Zack Ferrier, GC, :10.0 (new record; old 4:51.3; Marvin Warehime, GW, 5:03.5; Steve Dalby, GW, 5:04.3; Tim Heed, GC, 5:14.7. Two-mile run: Chris Scoll, UH, 10:35.4 (new record; old record 10:41.7 by Scott, 1971); ~,cs Iliibbard, GC, 10:50.6; Jerry Clifl, GW, 10:51.4 Ron Foos GW, 11:01.5. 120-yard high hurdles:Paul Johnson, GW, :I5.6; Walt Thio, GC, : 15.61; Gary Wiedeman, GW, :16.0; Brian Barnell, GC, 16.2. 180-yard low hurdles: Steve Mejia, GW, :21.0; Brian Florio, GC, :21.5; Thio, GC, :21.6; Fanning, GW, :22.0. record by Ncal Brenner, GW, I M G ) ; Jay Anderson, GC, :10.2; Larry Gehring, GC, :10.3; Doug Fanning, GW, : 10.5. 220-yard dash: Ferrier, GC, :22.5 (lies record by Brenner, GW, 1%G); Anderson, GC, :23.0; Gehring, GC, :23.3; Todd, GW; :23.B.-- ' 440-yard dash: Anderson, GC, :51.1 (iiew record; old record :51.5 by John Sudduth, UH, J9G8); , "Bruce Schweers, ..UH, :52.7;. Tim Benich, GW, :53.0; Larry Gehring, GC, :53.I. 830-yard Bob Cowles, GC, 2:01.1 (new record; old record 2:05 by Cowles, 1971); GW, 2:08; Leo 2:09.5; Chuck Dave Ripple, Murphy, GC, Jack, GW, 2:09.6. Mile r u n : Joe Barnliart, UH, 4:4G.5; Mark Larson, GC, Riders, Rebels Favored In Welco Relays Saturday W c 1 c o Association (rack teams converge on Gilcresl Saturday for the annual 'Wclco Relays. Last year, every single meet record was broken. Thai will he hard to top. Although it is a relay meet, requiring combined cfforls of four individuals in each event, an oulslanding star can often pull his team tip. ·· Thai's what happened. !nst year with stars like 'Weld Central sprinter Craig Conk and Eaton jumper Erik Anderson. Of course, Ihere were some outstanding teams loo, like Ihe liiirke-Brofcrnarkle relays for Valley. Wilh sprinters Jerry Burke, Alan liurkc, Bruce Brotemarkle and Todd Brolc- markle, Valley did well in flic sprint medley ;tntl quarter-mile relay. Weld Central is .defending champion and'hcavy favorite in this nicel/- The Rebels and Rposevell's Rough Riders have the ovei'nll deplli' il will take to win. .Bui Weld Central nit- pears lo have Ihc edge in Ihc field cvcnls. The schedule Saturday has the field cvenls starling ill 8:45 a.m. nnd Hie running events :il 10 a.m. Immediately following the inccl, "a junior high relay meet will lie held. KnosevcH and University High will be h n l l l i n g for CLASSIC CLEANING CENTER A8D LAUNDROMAT 2-100 8th Avc. Phone ,Vill-3!)7'l April 2 8 - 2 9 - 3 0 3 DAY SPECIAL With This A«l Cleaned Steam Finished 4 Ib. load .00 Cleaned Steahi finished distance rclny honors. Duane iimier and Eddie Lobalo wil load Ihe Rough Riders. Chris j.Scoll and Joe Barnharl are Ihe top Bulldogs. Valley lias Alan Burke and Bruce Brotemarkle to lead (he Viking sprint contingent. Weld Central's Gene Quarter Mike Pitlmsn and Dan Dunham should lead (he Rebel fiel; event efforls. Relay Meet Records Shuttle hurdles: Roosevelt, 1:01.1, 1971. D i s t a n c e m e d l e y : Univcrsily, 11:13.4, 1971. 4JO-}'.nrd relay: Valley, :45.5, 1971. T w o- m i I e relay: Weld Central, 8:41,9, 1971. 880-yard relay: Valley, 1:33.55, 1971. F i e l d m a n ' s relay: Hnoscvclt, :4R.5. S p r i n t medley relay: Valley, 1:33.9. Mile relay: Weld Ccnlr.il, 3:3.1.fi; 1971. Discii.s relay: Roosevelt, 356 ff. 3Ti in.' Shot put rclny: Roosevelt, 12!) ft. 5^ in. Long jump relay: Weld Central, 5G fl. 4 in. Triple jump relay: \Veld Central, 116 ft. 0 in. High jilmp relay:' Ealon, 15 ft. to in. Pole vault relay; Weld Central, 31 fl. I in. 8 8 0 - y a r d relay: Greeley Central (Thio, Randy Adamson, Cowles, Ferrier), 1:36.4; Greeley West, 1:36.5. Mile relay: Greeley Central (Ferrier, Gehring, Cowles, Anderson), 3:31.2 (new record; old record 3:36.1, by Central, 1970); West, 3:44.7. Field Events Shot put: Ron Washington, UH, 48-6%; Eric Carlson, GC, 47-!); Pat Heine, GC, 40-3^; Mark Florio, GC, 45-8'/2. Discus: Dennis K u h l m a n , UH, 134-11=$; Carlson, GC, 1343 /i; Heine, GC, 123-914; Florio, GC, Long jump: Andy Hoist, GW 20-5%; Fanning, GW, 20-5 Barnett, GC, 20-3; Slan Powell GW, 19-8V4. Triple jump: Tim Benich, GW, 43-4'A (new record: old record 42-9% by Dean Baskin, UH, 1968); Barnett, GC, 41-4; Steve"Stoffler, UH, 38-314. High jump: Russ Overbeck, GW.'WO; (tie) Greg Cogswell, GC, arid Lee DeBoer, GC, 5-8; Mark Johnson, GC, 5-6. Pole vault: Mark Roggy, GC, 11-6; Mike Birleffi, GW, 11-0; Lichty, GW, 10-8; Cogswell, GC, jfl-6. . . Tribune . f ; Sports Pages, Marcus Newton, Editor; Steve Bauer, Assistant The University of Northern Colorado track team enters this Saturday's Southern Colorado nvitational meet in the role f favorite. Meet time is 12:30 at Centennial Field in Pueblo. Eleven colleges will be repre- ;enled. Of those, the Bears have lefealed five in earlier en- jountefs -- Southern Colorado, Adams Slate, Colorado Mines, Melro Slate and Regis. UNC will be led by triple umper Hugo Jacobsmeyer, who irabbcd a sixth-place finish in ast weekend's Kansas Relays, facobsmeyer soared 48-2 and vas Ihe lone Bear placewinner. The triple jump will be a livolal event in determining the "inal outcome of the invila- ional. Bolh Jacobsmeyer and Veslern Stale's ' Aubrey Tale lave jumped over 48 feet this spring. Tate has a 49-514 leap 'o bis credit. Both SCSC and Adams Stale ·ate as strong challengers to JNC, although the Bears do ! ealed both squads in a Iriangu- ar at Jackson Field three weeks ago. However, Bear head coach Tom Benich sees a need for lis team to perform well to ake Ibis weekend's meet. "Al .he SCSC Invitational, teams are only allowed two entrants in each event," sand Benich. This may hamper the Bears, who have won many rimes this season on depth. Rockets Sign Claude Terry DENVER (AP) - Stanford Jniversity's greatest basketball aoint-maker, Claude Terry, has signed a contract with the Denver Rockets of the American Basketball Association, club ^resident Alex Hannum an- lounced toriay. Terms of the contract were not released. The 6-foot-o, 195-pound guarc was a top draft choice of the Rockets and was picked in the hird round of the NBA draft by the Phoenix Suns. Terry was a three-year starter wilh Stanford, was an all Pac 8 selection and was named to Ihc All-Coast team. The 100-yard dash, shot put, and discus should produce some narrow victories, wilh a number of competitors showing similar performances. . ' Mick Busch will tangle with Wayne Harris of SCSC in the 100. Both have been clocked at 9.7. In the shot and discuss, six men are within six inches of each other. An interesting battle will take place in the 400 rejay. Both UNC and Southern ..'Colorado's teams should be in the running. UNC has a 42.2 best this year white the Indians own a 43.0 :ime. The Bears narrowly defeated SCSC in their previous meeting. Next week the Bears will host llieir own invitational in a final luneup before Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference regional qualifying meet May 13. UP H I G H - Greeley Central pole vault- rr Mark Roggy looks down from the standards at I I foot as lie clems Ihe bar at the In- (racily Meet at Jackson Field Thursday night. Roggy won at 11 foot 6 inches. (Tribune photo by Steve Bauer) Baseball Bears Face CC, DU The UNC baseball team, coming off its best offensive. showing of the season in a 13-8 fictory over Wyoming, was to play at Colorado College Friday afternoon and take on the University of Denver in Denver- Saturday at 1 p.m. Avenging an earlier loss to the Cowboys from Laramie earlier in the week, Tom Petroff's Bears collected 13 runs 16 hits in the victory. Both are season highs! Bruce Vaughan and Pat McCoy were due for mound duty in the two road games. Vaughan, although carrying only a 3-2 record, leads the Bear staff with an ERA of 0.47 (also tops in the RMAC). McCoy carries a 5-1 record, his last win coming in a relief role against Wyoming. Following the weekend contests, UNC -return's home,; to host the RMAG Regiorials May 5-6 at Jackson Field. Southern Colorado and Fort, Hays will join the Bears in the double elimination tournament. WE'VE GOT'EMAIL! INCLUDING THESE PACK-IN MODELS TRAILMASTER1 Eagle® Claw " PACKIT tm Deluxe lifetime guarantee.--4 piece *22' 5 E c o n o m i c s I m o d e l for trail and travel OTHER RODS FROM 1.69 NORTHERN COLORADO'S MOST COMPLETE FISHING. DEPARTMENT THE JONES SPORTING GOODS 922 8th Ave. p ho ne 353-3333 On Tap With Preps | BASEBALL Saturday Wclco rialte Valley al Weld Central, Kconosburg, 10:30 a.m. Highland al University High, Greeley, 10:30 a.m. Fort Lupton nl Kalon, 10:30 a.m. Valley at Rooscvell, Milliken, 10:30 a.m. FLOWERS Geraniums, Bedding Plants Saalwaechter's Market 904 E. 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