Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on March 11, 1976 · Page 17
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The Idaho FTe*Press, Thursday. March 11,197S- A-l FAST BREAK GETS A START IN TUESDAY'S LITTLE LEAGUE BASKETBALL M 3 ,k McCuroy, Jett Salata,, Oj»d M 3 ,,' m , Corty Davis, a B """sosA« shell C-l BOISE - Wednesday night's rain didn't come in time to prevent anotiier bad day at "Black Rock" for College of Idaho's baseball learn as the Coyotes were (liraslied 11-fl by Boise State - the Broncos scoring all but [wo of tbeir runs in their lasl four al-bal innings. Victor in (he fray for coach Ross Vaughn's BSU nine, which had started the season Monday with a 20-0 annihilation of the Purple and Gold, was Caldwell's own former CHS Cougar and Legion Silver Streak southpaw Larry "Lamps" Froemming. "Fro" was second of three moundsmen for the Orange and Blue after starter Scott Hunsaker, a rightly, went only three innings -- and not the required five lo be the pitcher of record. Righthander Mike Sinkovich finished up, yielding the last of two mere hits by coach Lloyd Hardesly's 0-2 hapless TOild'be Purple Pounders. Ironically. Froemming served up a double (o ex-Cougar and Silver Streak m.ite Mark "Head" Lawson in Ihe fourth and had (o endure a scare then when it still was only a 2-0 game. After Lawson's leadoff two-bagger to left-center's fence 32ft feet distant. Hie Coyotes got him lo third on a passed hall against Steve Roach. Don Gilmore than drew the first of four free tickets off Fraemming. and stole second base. "But we left the ducks on the pond," said assistant coacli Pat Garrity. in commenting on the game due to llardesly's unavailability for comments due to teaching a night trapshooting class at the Caldwell Izaak Walton Gun Club BOISE STATE II. COLLEGE OF IDAIIOO COLLEGE OF IDAHO GilmarelF · . . . . . . Djnnc Lawio.i u Bcllcl Teslermanrl Wr. A.jkaHJS Martellalb Youngdh.lb Totals BOISE S T A T E Baldw.n b LaVoielt Lococoll SB R H li 3 1 1 C I 0 4 0 IJ 0 AB R I ] riGHT FOR THE REBOUND UNDERNEATH HOOP Ball's loose and nobody can get control Murra/H . } Schwartidh # 0 Murdenlb 4 ] Roach c . , Tclals jj ,, Collegeolldal-o OQQ HQ Cl E -- Cl 7, HS -- Baldwin. Roach. 3B -- Yurick. IB -- Lawion, LaVoio Gilrrnre J, Wr Arakiki. Baldwin, w.urrav. DP - Tciltrnin Lawion. LOB MeNslly Doan W.AraUki Ktruattfl Froermmq Sinkovich W -- Froem T - I 31 ing |. J. L - W.cNIIIy 0-1. WP -- Doan, Ws Arak Para-ski titles settled at S.V. SUN VALLEY, Idaho (DPI) - Peter Levy. 28, Salt Lake City, and Jessie Farrington. 26. South 7th, 8th cop win NAM PA - South Junior High's seventh and eighth grade girls' haskclball teams - both A ami li - picked up a pair of wins last Thursday but the Uullpup ninth grade teams both came nut on the short end Tuesday. The seventh and eighth grade A team sacked Meridian 11-0 al Meridian and the R club did its part with a 20-18 win. Rut the ninth grade A team lost a third quarter lead at South Tuesday and fell to Meridian 2420. The ninlh tfrade A team followed suil wilh an 8-4 loss. THURSDAY Meridrin71atP4Vlt 6, * South, IhandllhA } M E R I D r A N - C*r 0 | Tftforiw Toiorici 2. Kelly Copt 1. Mirr K 1, Oiinc Broth 1. iOUTH - Nincr LeDuc Furhimin 1, Dtbble Dm J, Shaw 1. Timl Schein, Jtrilyn Go»en MtrldiinllHand ITIi B ) MERIDIAN - OlWSBfl 7, Cl Hgier t. Mfion 1. Njyei ·), Hu SOUTH ~ K*th|- N*l»n Rdlxrti t, Tyltne Tyci 4, Conrt T U E S D A Y SooihtthA ] Meridian tth A 4 SOUTH - Jan Nicholi 1, Shir« *. Debbie Idn 4, J*ixi M*fhlt*i\ r i t 11 . Conn It txriNsn Flwn .) 11 li 10 nelby 4, *V 1. STicia Oiven- 11 30 11 14 PtiMtt MERIDIAN - Grim 1], Skirl }. Gtilf ], Stilt 7. PXmtr 1. v ,,. ,· . v . ;.-.,,,*. .vj,-;-; ... ·-^*"**^ ?!WWS«f$W'S. ;·· ·tVi^W: INDIANA LOOKS FOR A FIRST-ROUND WIN AT LINCOLN FLOOR IN TOURNEY Sos/iea, Cams Partner, McCutoy. Daws, Mtthn. Joe C/iaslam, Ga,y Gtonne,, Gat, Hall state picture | Indiana, CiotA A _ l / State A-1 AT MERIDIAN T H U S S D A Y ' S S T A T E O P E N E R S J »J- HiqtilaiKH7l.il ,t. BoiuMt-U l:»-- MiriCiandt-li n. Mosco* (i?.j AT CAPITAL THURSDAY'S S T A T E O P E N E R S 7:CO -- Idaho Fails [ n i l vs. Minico (9-13) I-)'- Cacilal I1I-JI vs Uwislon CIJ.S1 State A-2 AT POGATELLO T H U R S D A Y ' S STATE OPFMER5 l:"i -- Buhl {11 II vs Spake River 1:30- Valli.uedi.9] vs. Grarsevillt l . C O -- SI Maries 117 l vs Shells. Ill il I: !C -- Marsh Vlllir I».3J VI. Middlttt.l (11-11 State A-3 AT CSI, TWIN FALLS THURSDAY'S S T A T E O P E N E R S 1:CO -- Kimbcrly (31-31 «. Telcn [JJ.01 2:1C - Hew PlKtn3ulh (30-]} vs. KeniJiick 7:00 -- Gcreiee (33-] vs. R i r i e (00 -- Homeda!e (1J.7) vi. Gler.ns Fe/ry (70 II State A-4 AT LEWISTOH . . T H U R S D A Y ' S S T A T E O P E N E R S I M S T ] !:3«- Clark Counli vs. Tro» :C«- CascadK70.21 vs. Rail River I1J.1) 1:30- Cambridge I!H] »s. Plummjr IM»- Neiperit vs. Rithlirld ID.SI . . . ·· HECTOR GARZA, JOE CHASTAIN, JAY MURRAY , Trying to j«t III a btll In city tournty pity South Mh B Merld-antlMl SOUTH -Shtl MERIDIAN - Schmidt 4 irin 4, LM-My 4. Puyallup, Wash., were namea men's and women's, U.S. Paraski champions Wednesday in Ihe Cuervo National Championship al Sun Valley. Levy ivon $1,000 first place. Mrs. Farringlon won $500 as the women's purse for Ihe event. A combination team of Clay Schoepplc, 2G, of Sandy, Utah, and Jake Jacobson. 317. Pope Valley. Calif., won $2SO each fur their combined effort. The last year's national champion Nancy Black, 27, Oxon Hill. Md., was second and Terry Hicks, 28, Charlotte, N.C., was third. Gloria Wood, 25, Sail Lake City, was fourth. Second place for men was won by Rudy Huumann, 29, Vancouver. B.C., and third was Broil Pendlelon, 18. Salt Lake City, with Schoepple fourth. The Iwo day cvcnl combined accuracy parachuting from Ihc first day with scores from slalom skiing (he second day. Para-ski events were developed in Europe in Ihe toon's when parachutists were unable lo get airport operators in mounlain areas to keep the airports open during the winter monlhs, The jumpers told airport operators that if they would keep the airports open near ski resorts they would make their jumps the first day and ski the second day. There were 70 contestants from the United Stales and Canada entered in llic championship. IT BEGAN FOR VALLIVUE FALCONS THIS AFTERNOON Shane Whitney anil Co. met Giangerille in A -2 State MW rolling in City A tournament s o n s r u d M ripped the Ka,ls5fl-351asl night lo makclhe final D. Beaudum led (he winners with ·» points while Dan Close was hifih man for Ward's with 12 in the first game M w BO? TM 6 T 'I* lif !° aMl ' 7 P° inls from BMiiSi," and M Tonri lo lake the win over Rails. In other A tourney action, Meridian Wood eliminated General Koixls 43-37 as P. Kruegi popped in 13 r ' « way dsfclllo Meridian Wood 40-38 in A tourney play Inn Church League play, Fellowship Tabernacle pulled off annlher come from behind win, dropping Open Door SMJ Open noor had led Ihe game 15-B at ihe end of the first quarter. » IB h man for Ihc winners was C. Munden with 13 'Bama win XAMPA - Indiana, UCLA, and Alalwma look first-round wlnncsinllie City Litlle League basketball seventh-grade tournament :il Lincoln. This evening, in round two, Washington went against .Notre D.ime at GM5 in the fourth game of the tourney, while Ohio Slate was set to rneel Indiana at 7 : 4 5 and Kentucky went ·igaiiisl CC1.A at 8:45 p.m. Kentucky. Ohio Slate, Indiana, and UCl.A were the inp leamsduring the regular season and the lloosiers and Bruins upheld their claim in the opening round. City 7th grade tournament Indiana had Maryland G-0 in the first quarter on ihe way to a 24-14 victory over the Terps. UCl.A went to Martin Galindo (o get past L'SC 31-22. and Alabama and North Carolina staged a good one before 'Bama look it. 37-3G. Hector Garza had eight points and Mark McCuroy seven with Joe Cliaslain chipping in five for Indiana. Corky Davis had four and Davis and McCuroy lopped the playmaking for Hie lloosiers while Chastain and Garza were the leading rebou nilcrs. Curtis Farmer had four points. Soolt Holtry three, and David Martin. Jay Murray, and Pete Soshea iwo each lor Maryland. L'SC. ahead 12-C al dalflimc against I'CLA. watched Galindo heat up and send the Bruins in from 19-18 on the wav lo their victory. James Carl and Drew Mason were assist leaders for Ihe ' Bruins and Galindo was the point leader, as usual, hitting 2.1 Larry Witlick. playing his best game of the season, was lough on the boards along with Jay F.vans. In (he league season, USC won by Ihree points, but (he Trojans fell short this time. For USC. Nei) Russell had 10 points. Hubert Burnett 8. and James Casey and Rick Davis · had Iwo apiece. \orlh Carolina Jed 10-4 in the first quarter and had a 14- poml bulge. 27-13. al the half against Alabama. But that was · the first half. In (he second. 'Bama charged back and completely look Ihe momentum away, closing wilhin .13-24 after three and finally pulling it ou( \vilh a 13-3 burst. The Tar Heels, one of seven from the foul line when it counted, plaved a surer first half, however. Brad Caldwell had 19 points for 'Bama. Blake McCallum !rl "i ,?,?u ic Wcslcrbor g 3 - a «l J*n Gonzales and : Richard Hill had two apiece. North Carolina got 18 points ' rom Scott Snyder. six from Todd Pinller. four from Ron kmney. and two each from Jack Morris. 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