Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 3, 1972 · Page 27
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GHEELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Wed., May 3, 1972 Wildcats Win Trophy Meet try nl Ihnt height to win (lie high jump. He beat the meet of favorite, Russ Overbeck West, who took second. rGrceley West distance runner Jerry favorites In (he two-mile run, son wns tlic firsl, setting (he GC, 2:01.8; Leo Murphy, GO, bu! he surprised everyone with standard in the 1D37 sthte meet, his'best lime of Die year. Cliff Jerry Smith tied II in the 1955 got a gcod 'second-mile lime to conference meet. ' Cent nil's Mike Foos. By STEVE B A U E R Tribute Sports Writer Though il was no surprise Ihflt Grceley Central beat Ci^eeley West in track Tuesday si,, Ihe annual Trophy Meet competition, there were still a fa}y surprises in the meet. sonTM /rWSlS^«lTMk"w^TMrter"3,r"^of the ro.ghcsl competition, ing 6 fool 1 inch on his last form a nee by Znek Ferrier, The TMs Brian B a r n e l w a s uvenaKC icmrii s HIIKC roos. ' , , , , , , . . , r,,i,, MOV mv He then ouldistanced Central's , Forrler bcenmc he urd and John Max, GW, Los Hubbard nmt came in with ! s hopeful of breaking the mark a winning time of 10:45.0. The highlight of Ihe meet, in the conference meet Mny 12. : long jump provided some speedy Central senior tied his fading when Doug Fanning of Johnson, GW, :15.5; Brian Bar school's record in the 220-yard West need him out with a jump dash with n lime of 22 seconds of 20 feet 3 inches.. Barnett flat. then jumped 20 feet 4 inches ,. i,,^,,^ ,u,,,,., Two other Wildcats have been °". nl .? n . cx to lnst J u m P to Clift was one of the timed at 22 seconds. Jim Robin- gmn [lrst place Then West's Andy Hoist leaped 20 feel -IK inches.on his last jump. Barnett couldn't better his mark and llolsl won the event. The pole vault turned into a "coaches' sons duel" between Mark Roggy of Greley Central and Mike Birlieffi of Greeley West Roggy won the event with a vault of 12 feel. Meet Results 100-yard dash: Zack Ferricr, GC, :10.2; Jay Anderson, GC, :10.3; Doug Panning, GW, :10.5. 220-yard dash: Kerrier, GC, :22.0 (ties school record); Larry Gehring, GC, GW, :22.4. :22.2; Bob Toff, 440-yard dash: Anderson, GC, :52.4; Doug Stevens, G\V, :54.2; Steve McMuiTen, GW, :55.7. 880-yard run: · Hob Cowfes, 2:08.8; Dave Hippie, GW, 2:11.8. Mtlo run: Mark Larson, GC, 4:52.5; Tim Uccd, GC, 4:57.2; Two-mile run: Jerry did, GW, 10:45.0; Us Hubbard, GC, 10:48.8; Mike Walters, GC, 11:10.8. 120-yard high hurdles: 1'oul nctt, GC, :15.6; Walt Thlo, GC, 5.1, 180-yard low hurdles: Steve Mejial GW, :21.5; Doug Fanning, GW, :21.7; Brian Florio, GC, :22.0, 880-yard relay: Greeley Central, 1:3-1.2; Grceley West, 1:35.2. Mile relay: Greeley Central (Larry Gehring, Zack Ferrier, Bob Cowles, Jay Anderson), 3:37.0; Grceley West, 3:47.0. Shot put: Eric Carlson, GC, 48-114; Pat Heine, GC; Mark Florio, GC. Discus: Carlson, GC, 127-1; Heine, GC, 124-8; M. Florio, 118- Long jump: Andy llolsl, GW, 20-414; Brian Bnrnelt, GC, 20-4; Dong Fanning, GW, 20-3. Truiple jump: Tim Benich, !W, 41-7!i; Burnett, 40-lHi; Stan Powell, GW, 40-3. High jump: Mark Johnson, !C, 6-t; Rnss Overbeck, GW, 6-0; Bob Reeves, GW, 5-10. TIES SCHOOL RECORD - Greeley Central sprinter Zack Ferrier (center) tied the Central school record with his winning effort at 22 seconds Tuesday in the annual Trophy Meet. Central went on lo win the meet, 50-46. (Tribune photo, by Steve Bauer) ' ' OVER THE BAR -- Greeley Central sophomore pole 'vauller Mark Roggy clears the bar at 12 foot Tuesday to .heat Mike Birleffi of Greeley West. (Tribune photo by Sieve Bauer) Tribune Sports Pages Marcus Newton, Editor: Steve Bauer, Assistant Berihoud Wins Eaton Meet EATON -- Last year, on the spur of the moment, Eaton held a track meet under the lights. Coaches liked it so 'well that Ealon coach Dennis Herzberg inMiiucu me umion invitational and Berihoud became Ihe winner of the first meet Tuesday night. Ron Thompson of Berthoud won bolh hurdle events and anchored the 440-yard . relay to lead (lie scoring. Platte Valley's Craig DeWalt set a meet record in the preliminaries but only finished fourth in the finals of Ihe 120-yard high hurdles. Each of the other winners gets his name in the record book, since it is the fjrst annual meet. Team Scores Berihoud 48, Weld Central 40, Roosevelt 36, Esles Park 30, Denver Lutheran 19, University High 17, Valley 16, Highland 14, Plalte Valley 14, Windsor 13, Foil Luplon 8, Eaton 1, Louisville 0. 100-yard dash: Alan Burke, V, :10.3; Larson, EP; Thompson, B; Bell, WC; Masden.-WC. 220-yard dash: Cook, B, :23.2; W; Hurt, EP; Constein, DL. Mile r u n : Meineke, DL, 4:40.9; Bmier, R; Barnhart, UH; Bali, WC; Neckien, WC. Two-mile run: Chris Scott, 11LJ 1fl.')7 c. b'r.jn/in FIT . Q l n i n un, l u . z i . u , r rdnce, ULi, oioan, H; Delucew, B; Ciausner, WC. 120-yard high hurdles: Ron Thompson, B, :15.5; Dyess, WC; King, FL; DeWalt, PV; Walker, W. (DeWalt set record of 15.4 in prelims). 180-yard low hurdles: Thompson, B, :20.8; Walker. W; King, FL; Dyess, WC; White, H. 440-yard relay: Berfhond, :46.0; Estes Park; Roosevelt; Weld Central; Valley. Mile relay: Estes Park, 3:39.0; Windsor; Valley; Weld Central; Roosevelt. Shot put: Gene Quador, WC, 40-8'A; Arndt, R; Sobeski, R; Pierce, B; Washington, UH. ' Discus: Pierce, B, 135-2Vj; Sobeski, R; Arndt, R; Oakley, B; Kuhlman, UH. High j u m p : Craig DeWall, PV, 5-10; Dunham, WC; Smith, H; (tie) Seving, DL and Rice, E; Steele, B. Pole vault: Randy Henderson, PV, 12-3; Needles, EP; Meckel- Larson, EP; Burke, V; Rogers, 1 ^ "L; Hmde, 13; Kobza, R; Whicker, H. 440-yard dash: Bruce Schweers, UH, :53.0; Whicker, H; Brotemarkle, V; Hangle, FL; Ehrlich, W. 880-yard run: Craig Goble, WC, 2:06.1; Engle, H; Metcalf, wu. Long jump: Ji rr'Vcber, R, West Girls r- \ i / II rare We 20-14; Schoefield, EP; Seving, DL; Bell, El 1 ; Ilinze, 11. Triple j u m p : Pierce, B, 415%; Dunham, WC; Weber, Pittman, WC; Schoemer, DL. Bruins Edge h* Rangers, 2-1 By DAVE O'HARA Associated Press Sports Writer BOSTON (AP) -- The Boston iruins, led by old folks Eddie Johnston and Johnny Bucyk, owned a two-game lead while he New York Rangers moaned about lost seconds today in the National Hockey League's Slaney Cup championship sliow- lown. The Bruins made it Iwo in a 'ow in the besl-of-seven series )y edging Ihe Rangers 2-1 Tuesday night on Johnslon's rilliant goal-tending and goals by Bucyk and Ken Hodge. Ranger Coach Emile Francis iad plenty to say about Ihe officiating and the work of the imekeeper before heading for New York and games No. 3 and 4 Thursday night and Sunday afternoon. Hodge, who had three goals n Boston's 6-5 first game victory, broke a 1-1 tie while fhn. fabore |J beyond... NNE HKJE \NHAT IT 14KES. Like Boots · Packs · Tents · Down Bags Clothing · Trail Food Cookware The Works By Sierra Design Gerry · Alpenlite Lowa At Roosevelt JOHNSTOWN - Greeley iVest girls fared very well in :he Roosevelt Girls Invitational Track meet here Tuesday, winning two relay events and several individual events. Results 50-yard P, :.4; GW. dash: Sandy Miller Bullard, WC; Hein, 100-yard dash: Dee Miller, P, :11.8; Christy Fry, GW; Kathy Bullard, WC. 220-yard dash: Christy Fry, GW, :25.7; Cheryl Rcncy, FL; Troudl, V. 440-yard dash: Jeanne Brown, P, 1:06.3; Cheryl Edstrom, FL; Jackson, HHS. 880-yard run: Jeanne Brown, ', 2:25.4; Calhy Carr, V; Gaveldon, P. Mile run: Kathy Kobza, WC, 4 . 1 Robcrl.s, P 80-yard Carlson, R, Dyess, WC. Schommer, GW; low hurdles: Joyce :13.0; Fry, GW; 410-yard relay: Grceley West, :53.2; Weld'Central; Poudre. 880-yard relay: Greeley West, 1:53.8; Weld Central; Valley. 8 8 0 - y a r d medley relay: Poudre, 2:00.8; Fort Lupton; Weld Central. Shot put: Sandy Ley, Valley, 35-Vi; McCowan, FL; McKinley, GW. Discus: Sharon McKinnley, GW, l0.1-'/ 2 ; McGowan FL- McClusky, UH. Running long jump: Kathy Billiard, WC, 168; Mercer, (,'lf; MAKES HIS MOVE -- Greeley West distance runner Jerry Clift (left) starts to pass Greeley Central's Mike- Foos starting the second mile of the two-mile run Tuesday in Ihe Annual Trophy Meet. Clift look' a strong lead and held off a challenge by Les Hubhard (far right) on the final lap to win, (Tribune photo by Steve Bauer) West Gymnasts Beat Central Merrill Hutton G r e e l e y West gymnasts i ^topped Greeley Central and ilt Hutton in a double dual The meet was held as a riangular and scored as a double dual meet. Greeley West Bruins enjoyed a two-man advantage at 11:53 of the Ihird period. New York's Bruce Mac- 3regor was in the penalty box : or tripping John McKenzie along with teammate Walt Tkaczuk, who was sent off for ripping Phil Esposito. "Tkaczuk didn't trip Espc- sito," Francis said. "Esposilo was so tired that he just fell down. There were a lew penal- ies that could have been called the other way. However, the of- Iciafing works both ways and you can't cry about it." Francis was disturbed plenty ahoul what he thought was a raw deal in the final minule of play.' An offside was whistled, ind Francis claimed the clock kept running. "They stole four seconds from us," he said. "When you're a goal down, every second is precious." lioslon Coach Tom Johnson said bolh the Bruins and Ihc Rangers piayed "a real good, tight hockey game." He added lhat his charges have to play a good game to beat Now Ycirk. scored 107.18. Greeley Central scored 103.31. Merrill' Hulton 1 scored 84.7. John Belo was Ihe star of the day for Greeley Wesl, taking all around honors and top icnors in two events. "This was a the 35-year-old lough grime," Johnston sail!. Newton, GW. Standing long jump: Cheryl Mercer, I J I I , 8-0; Vnl Blasi, GW; Poerlner, GW. High jump: Val Blasi, GW, "There's no breathing room when you're in » 1-1 game. 1 don't think the Rangers can be any tougher ihan they were tonight. Their goalie, Gillos Villemure, was super. 1 never saw him play better." Johnston, who alternates in Ihc Boston goal will) Gerry Chetvors, had 27 saves, P a r a l l e l bars: Blaine|Malt Richard, GW, 5.35; DuwaineJGW- Kaveny, GC; Smit, GC. Martinez, GW; Silzman, Still rings: Kaveny, .GC, 5.75; All around: Belo, average 4.33; Smil, average 3.S9. GW, GC, On Tap Preps Stat BASEBALL Friday AA Playoffs Results of the Wesl-Cenlrall Erie at Valley, La Salic, 4 p.m. due! are: Long horse: John Belo, Saturday Northern Greeley Central vs. Greeley West, [rophy meel. Saturday Grceley West and Grceley State AAA Playoffs G W . j Greeley West at Lakewood, 7.75; Steve Robinson, GC; Alan'ip.m. Smit, GC. j Saturday Floor exercise: Dennis Gier- Sfafo A A A Tourney hardf, GW, 7.45; Antuna, GC; Lonnie Hilzer, GC. Side horse: Barry Greenfield, GC, 4.8; Smit, GC; Gary Greenfield. High bar: Bob Snidow, GC, 1.5; Warren Sit/man, GW; Cierhardi, GW. Trampoline: Belo, GW, 6.2; Cierhardi, GW; Tom Hendrick;on, GC. Greeley West at winner of Jefferson County League. State AA Tourney Valley, Wclco Assn. Champion, vs. Erie, Longs peak Assn. Champion. WeJco Track Tuesday Kalon Invitational, Eaton, 5 and 7 p.m. Central at Fort Collins. CSU Invitational, GOLF Saturday Northern Greeley West and Greeley Central at Sterling Invitational, 8 a.m. GYMNASTICS Saturday Northern Grceley Central and Greeley West at Northern Conference Tournament, P o u d r e , Fort Collins, nil day. Villemure was credited wilh 23. Hod Gilbert scored for Ihc Rangers in Ihc second period. | Bobby Orr's asstsl on llucyk'sj goal enabled him l» set an NHL I playoff record of 18, one more Ihan Montreal's Jean Heliveau lS-0; Koh/a, WC; Green, UH. totalled last year. 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