Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on February 21, 1975 · Page 15
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Yes, even John can do it The Idaho l-'nv I'ross The News-Tribune. Friday. FebruarySI. 1975--A-4 season ends for Notus am NCHS Tros after narrow losse Johnny Miller, shooting a very human 72 Thursday in the Glen Campbell-Los Angeles Open, fell prey to a tree on the 11th hole. He mode his approach from there and salvaged a double- bogey six on the hole. Trevino fires 66 for lead in Campbell Open (j$£ ; s PAYETTE - M's all over for the Nampa Christian Trojans. "We're realoplimislicaboul next year. We've got some good, young people coming up." Thai's alxml Ihe only thing NCHS Coach Sieve Hudson could be optimistic about after Thursday nighl as bis Trojans blew a lead for (he second night in a row to drop oul of Ihe A--I District playoffs, this time falling lo Meadows Valley 63-60. The Trojans ended up 9-13 f^r the year. Wednesday, Nirapa Christian fell by the same margin, CO-57, to the- Salmon Kivcr Savages, in overtime, afler holding an eight point half lime lead. "I don'l know if we were out of shape or what, bul we jusl couldn't keep up with them," said Hudson afler the game. Keeping up was only parl of Ihe problem. Bigger still was Ihe fuel thai the Trojans couldn't keep hold of Ihe ball once they'd get il. Especially in Ibe second half. On the nighl, NCHS turned Ihc ball over 22 limes to Meadows Valley's 12. After intermission, il was 12-1, Trojans on lop. "We jusl couldn't seem to hang on to the ball; we were just throwing it away. We'd dribble il off our feet and all sorls of lliings," Rebounds were another hassle. Despite near even height slatislics. Meadows came off looking like giants in Ihe carom column, out-doing the Christians ffl-24. "They were really beating us on the defensive boards. We just weren't crashing in there the way weshouldhave lieen. We did out rebound them in I he early going, kit laler. we jusl didn't huslle in (here." The game moved evenly through the early going, bul NCHS pulled solidly ahead by halfiime wilh a 30-23 lead. Bul Ibe Trojan play deteriorated with their errant dribbling and passing in Ihe Ihird quarler and by the fourth, things were tight again. The man lhal devastated NCHS the mosl was guard Calvs While, pouring in 22. mostly from Ibe deep corner. "We were playing a zone, but when he started hilling so well, we loosened it up so lhal we had a man covering him. Bul he slill kept lossing them in." Meadows Valley, first round loser lo Midvale, now awaits Ihe loser of tonight's Cambridge- Cascade conlest while Garden Valley, G2-5G winners over Notus Thursday nighl, gels tiie loser of Ihe Salmon Kiver-Midvale malch-up. With losses by NCHS and Notus. both Treasure Valley league schools are eliminated from Ihe tourney, leaving only Long Pin Conference learns lo represent the district in the State tourney. Nolushadbeen a prime pick, along wilh Midvale. lo lake Ihe district crown, ami Hudson was asked whether or not the Long Pin had been under-rated. "We had watched Ihe Ixitig 1'in Ihrough Die year, and we knew il was a well rounded conference, with most of the learns knocking one another off all lite lime, bul Ihcy sure came down here slronger than we thought they would. \Vc expected them to lx lough, but they were tougher then we expected " Trojan Sam Everharl tied White for high honors from Ihe floor wilh 22 of his own, while second high honors went lo Dandy McMnnn wilh 16. Leo Anders added 10 for Ihe Trojans. Everharl was high man rebounding w i l h 12. Trosfaff63-60 MEADOWS 11 MiMann White Wilmarrh York Ball back Bennsll TOTALS NCHS 10 Everharl Trover Anders Henrickscn SlraUSh Klerokoper Good TOTALS Rebe-jnd* -- NCHS H. Meada*s Va'.ley If. NCHS Meadows Valley FG FT PF i-17 ( 4 i Ml 4 5 4 H-« 1111 II 61 FG FT PF TP 1071 7 1 4 11 i s c a i e a 31 iC U It 4i JO 15 33 J7 il loser between Salmon River (12-7) and. Midvale'i favorites 119-01. Morrison caged a dozen field goal in 26 shots and 29 points. Supporting him for ihe Blue and Gold were Ke Swan I6--1) with 13 poinls and 11 rebounds an I.cHoy Huston with 10 markers and as man caroms. Jerry Hepner also came away with 1 boards. _ _ · Uniick snared 14 rebounds along with his ei'gf lallios and Clary llansen 10 caroms in a 14-poi: night. Meanwhile. Kevin Crockell paced the Pirate wilh 10 counters, and Jim White had 11 points an Jim Billick seven. J'The kids may not have made (heir greats performance of the season," sated Hultz, "but I'T proud of ihem. They wenl after Ihis ball game wii all Ihe fire anil fight you'd ask for, and they huslle their hearts oul trying la keep us alive. "Wilh NCHS iNampa Christian) also losing Iv. straight. I suppose mosl will think Ihe Long Pin lougher lhan our TVL (Treasure Valley League Bui 1 think we play a lot tougher brand of defense i our league. Slill. you have lo credit the two learni who beat us." Hullz didn'l waul lo become deeply involved ii Ihe officialing hassle, having drawn a lechnii during ihe game. "It was bad and marked wit] plenty of foolball action," is all he would say. Nolns didn't experience ils greatest shooting ihe campaign as ihe Blue and White had to enduri 35 per cent firing on 24-69 lo the Wolverines' mori slerling 39 per cenl on 22-57. Nolus was ihe 12-2 runner-up in the TVL race thi: winler behind Wilder, which starts Class A-: lourney ball Salurday al Nampa High againsj Marsing. PAYETTE-- The casaba has unexpectedly bursl quickly on N'olus High's gallanl but hard-luck Pirales as Ihe Blue and White tumbled out of the Class A-4 Valley District tourney Thursday nighl in a 62-56 foolball-lype loss lo Garden'Valley s Wolverines. "It was pure mayhem oul Iherc," explained Buccaneer Coach Bob Huilz, whose Blue and White wenl 1D-G Ihis season even counting two straight losses to I/ong Pin Conference leams in this eighl- leamIourneyclassicfortwoberlhsat "State." "We wonder if Ihe officials knew whal was going on, il got oul of hand so," he added. Guard Joe Morrison sparked the Wolverines, now 12-10 as they going into another sudden-death game in Ihe losers' bracket Saturday against tonight's Mansen L.BMlick Crock ell iVnite J . B i H i c f c Christensen Tolals Mcrriscii Swan Hell Heftier Huston Graham Schreiner Tola 11 Notui Garden Valley 7.11 1-1) 1-11 17 311 GARDEN VALLEY--41 57 3-S 1-11 0-1 1-1 7-J l-t 1-12 B.Q Q.O 0-0 04 11.57 11-15 17 IS 41 S* Ii II tl II LOS ANGELES ( U P I ) Happy-go-lucky Lee Trevino would like the golfing public to know there's more lo the PGA golf tour than Johnny Miller and .'ack Nicklaus. While Nicklaus shot a 69 and Miller carded a 72 Thursday, Ihe 35-year-old from El Paso, Tex., showed why he's won $200,000 in each of the past four seasons. He fired a flossy 66, five under par on the demanding Riviera Country Club layout, for a one- shot first-round lead in the $150,000 Glen Campbell Los Angeles Open. One of eight pros who have made $1 million on the tour, the two-time U.S. Open champion downplayed the much-publicized Miller-Nicklaus confrontation of 1975. "You're the ones who are building it up," he told reporters. "I don't have anything to do with it. Bul so many players on the lour are capable of winning. Really, there are a lot of guys to beat out here." Although he's never won in California and didn't plan lo be at Riviera, Trevino changed his mind last week and entered Ihe $150,000 tournament. Of Miller, who has won three events and $110,795 already this year, the smiling hombre from Texas offered, "It's a matter of confidence in his putting and short game. He's got a world of "onfidence in himself now." Trevino, who admitted he was "surprised more than anybody" at his 34-32 round in which he nit 17 greens, used a borrowed Cesar Sanudo putler and sank birdie pulls of 20.15.12,12. eight and two feel. He would have liad a G5 except for a bogey on his finishing hole, Ihe par four, 407- yard ninth. ' Tom Weiskopf, who didn'l win a tournamenl last year after capturing four in 1973, shot a 67 ' as did Tom Walson, Boh linger and Eti Sneed. "This is (he best round I've played for a long time," said Weiskopf. who has missed Ihe cul in three of five starts Ihis season. There was a seven-player logjam al 68, including defending champion Dave Stockton and 62-year-old Sam Snead. Also at three under after one round on the 7,028-yard course were former U.S. Amateur champion Craig Sladter, little Buddy Allin. Dale Douglass, Mark Hayes and Bill Rogers. "I 1 m just not playing well," said NicklauG, who eagled (he first hole, a par-five, 505-yarder with a drive, four iron and five- foot putt. "Praclice-wise, I'm ahead of last year but competition-wise I'm behind." Said Miller, who is meeting Nicklaus Iiead-(o-head for only the second time this year: "I'm just lired. My mind is trying to play like in the first round of a boxing match and my body is like in the 10th round! 1 Lee Trevino 34-jj. ti Tom Wit-id 33-J4-47 Bflb Unger JS.11-67 Ed Sneed 3*-J3-S7 Tam Weiskopl 34.jj.-i7 Sim S.ieid Jl-3i-.« Buddy Allin 34-34-tl Dive Stockton 33 35- 41 a Craig Sladler ]4 J3--41 Dili* Dcugliii 34-34 -f8 Mark Hives 34-14-41 Victor Regafjdo 14-35- M Rayirond Ffoyd 3J-3*-4» Billy Casper Jim Den) Jimmy Powell Rik Massengafe Jack Nkklaui Gene Littler -Km M»"rio Spike KeUey Jcrin Bucieh Andy Norlh AH Wall Rocky Thompson Jerry McGee Pal Filisimcns Lanny Wadkins Chuck Courtney Rocky Thompson Gay Brewer J.C. Snead Ltonird Thompson Arnold Palmer Sob Allan! Doug Sarxlerj Bob E. Smith Eddie P«^rce Bobby Greenwcod Tom Kile Bobby MiTchel ferry Dill George Casie Owighl Nevil Gil Morgan John SthrOfder Gerald Zar Alan la pit Re * Caldwell Lou Graham Gwrgw A;cJ?cr Terry Diehl Frank Beard Lionel Heterl Grier Jcr.cs Mike Shea Tom Niepwte Male Irwin Deb Goalhy Johnny Milltr Bob Wynn Howie Johnson Jim Simoni Bruce Fleisher Jack Ewinq Rod Curl Billy ZiDUro a. Ken Riley Milter Barber Lyn Lot| Jchn Jacob!. Mike Mcrley Terry SmjH Bob Zcnder Don Bie Bobby Nichols George Knudton Ai-dy Thompson 31 37. 49 34 3^ W H-IJ--H 33-3t-« 33-3*..W ' 34.3i»TB 35-3S-7C 31-3t~7Q 34.3i-.70 31 ·14-70 3S.3i-70 353S-70 31 34-70 34 34--70 JS33--70 37-33-70 3634-70 34.34-70 3S.3i.-70 34 3*-70 35.3i-.70 34.3*»70 33.3I--71 33-11-71 3J-3*-71 JJ-34--71 35 3*--7l 3131-71 J S 3 J - 7 1 3S-3S 71 37.3t-M 3 -3S-71 35-34-JI 3T-35-7J 34.31-71 34.3J-7: J4-3S-7J 37-15-77 170$.. 11 35-37-)] 37-3S--J2 35 37-72 . 39-33-7! 33f-71 JS-H-7? 3J.JI-72 3-3-71 ]4.]i-J? 38-34-72 14-38-7! 15.37-?; HMV-72 3M4 -n 3 S U - 7 3 35 38 73 17-34-73 3S-J7..73 3J-3B-73 3518-73 ]r-3i-73 3J3S-71 lt-37-71 37-3( 7J 37-34-73 BYU alter record in Minidome track meet victim By Unilpd Press Inlcrnaiional Soulhcrn California, which finally fell (his was its year in Ihe Pacific Eight basketball race, saw ils hopes all bul smashed Thursday night. The lOlli-ranWTrojans, who doped to end UCLA's eight-year conference.domination this season, fell 89-88 to Washington. The loss left USC wilh a 5-5 Pac- 8 record and killed Ihe Trojans' chances of catching UCLA. The No. 2-rankod Bruins kcp! up their league-leading pace willi a '09-61 victory over Washington State. Clarence Ramsey had a career-high 30 points to spark the Huskies past USC. Ramsey, a C-fooW guard, hit two foul shots lo give Washington an 8884 lead with 28 seconds left. After teammate Larry Jackson added another foul shot, Trojan guard Gus Williams, who had 34 points, hit two quick baskets (nil time ran out on USC. Scores High school REGION?,A l Capital t», Emrr.elt 35 Meridian (i, ordwell 41 Nampa S3, Boise 44 BorJh S3, Wcjnlain Ham? 49 (OT) DISTRICT 1,A1 Biihsp Kelly 7!, Middicton iS Kuna *7, Wei sen 54 DISTRICT 3,A-t rV.eadowi Valley *3 Nan-pa Christian to Garden VaUey 67, Nolui 36 REGION} i, A I SiMirtc wifp ; ^: ^^-^^^ s ^^ s lijlvilil W l v Johnny bites dust B'dl rjll POCATELLO, Idaho (UPI) i Brigham Young track coach I Clarence Robison isn't aboul to I mince words. He's out for a I world record in the distance I medley al Saturday's Bennion I Relays. I "We've got Ihe talent lo cul a i couple of seconds off Ihe indoor I record, and Idaho Stale's indoor I [rack is the right place," says J Robison. The Minidome's 220-yard in- Idoor track is 40 to 45 yards I larger than Ihe standard indoor Itrack and has been Ihe site of [many indoor besl limes. I The BYU coach says his loam [hasn't competed since Ihe ·Western Alhlelic Conference Blndoor championships two wwks ago. and he hopes Ihe rest [has given the Cougars lime lo ivercome an attack of the flu Fthal hurl his (cam's per- Iformance in Ihe WAC meet. "If we're close lo Ihe 9 minulc, 43.8 second record of Manhattan College Ihrough the firsl three runners, Paul Cummings is Ihe lypc of athlete any coach would want running his anchor leg." Cummings, a BYU senior, is the defending NCAA mile champ, and Ihis year has an indoor besl of 3:59.6 in Ihe mile on [he light (rack in Madison Square Garden in New York. The Bennion relays fealurc team races in distances from the 440-yard lo two-mile and dislance medley, plus several selected field events. Besides BYU's announced record plans, Idaho Slate coach Bob Beelen says his Bengals will go afler Ihe mark in Ihe mile relay. Joining ISU and BYU in the relay meel are learns from Colorado. New Mexico, Colorado Stale. Boise Stale and Utah Stale, Individuals will be competing in the Iwo-mile, pole vaull, high jump, long jump and Iriple jump. liecten has four runners with besls faster lhan 4S seconds in (he quarter mile-I.eo Hollis- telle Tony Bolden. Rob McGce and Jon Austin--whom he'll send after Ihe 3:09.6 indoor record heir) by Pacific Coasl Club in Ihe mile relay. The Iriple jump looks like the tightest individual event in Ihe predominantly team meel. Heclcn says there will be a least five competilors consistently over Ihe 50-fool mark, led by Don Duvall and Kenyan James N'ymulci of Colorado, and BYU's Sigurd Ungeland and Slofan Von (reridi-bolb from Sweden. Rigty il, Midisan 50 (loser out) DISTRICT S.A.I SniVe River 45, AberdeM 47 DISTRICT 5-i. A-4 Clark County 75. Ncrth Gem 33 PISTRICT4.A-1 Glenns F*rry il, Wendell 47 Valtey 51. KimberLy 47 DISTRICT 4, A-3 Buhl 40, Filer IS Jerome e]. Good-rig 51 D I S T R I C T S * . £-] WCIt Side versus North Frtmsnl, postponed, weather west jelFeucn versus Finn, postponed weather DISTRICTS, a 4 Oakley t?, Murtaugh 51 Rat) River ««., 51 DISTRICT 5-i, A I Dockland H. Maikev 54 DISTRICT *,A 4 Dietrich 1, Bliss 17 Camas County S7. GoodJng Sfarc 37 DISTRICT 5 4 * A-l Bear Lake 4t, Soda Springs 41 American Falls SI, Minn valley » f/alad SI. Prtilon 51 DISTRICT 1. A 4 Mullan Si. Kootenal 14 flummtr 77, Clark Pork -J7 DISTRICT 1.A 1 Bonners Ferry 10, Wallace il Lakeland 51, Poll Falls 41 i I'nini I'nilcd Press International i| .HHIN'NY H K N U I says "I do" lonighl. i .More than W» invitations were sent out for (he marriage of ; Ihe Cincinnati Reds' slar calcher lo model Vickie Chesser. i who Bench met less than two months ago. · I.ove al first sight? · "Well, I'm not sure, hut I will admit it came on prettv f fast," IIP says. i The site of Ihe wedding is Christ Church in the heart of : downlown Cincinnati and Ihe local elite expect it to be one of · Ihe social events of Ihe year. · The guesl lisl includes President Gerald Ford, Bob Hope, i Dinah Shore, Charley Pride. Buck Owens, Mickey Mantle | find olhcrs. I II is uncertain as (o who will actually, show up, however. : ITITK MAHAVICU was on largel Thursday night. : "Pistol" hasn't been having a great year, bul his 32 points againsl Ihe Porlland Trail Blazers led Ihe way for New : Orleans as the Jass set a single quarter, leam-scoring record : of 40 jioinls and beal (he Blazers 1H-102. : liter center Hill Walton was sidelined wilh an ankle in: .inn 1 . ; In cither NBA action, Ihe Cleveland Cavaliers defeated Hie : Washington Bullels 10G-95 and Golden Slate downed Ihe I A t l a n t a Hawks, 108-102. i I'll!l.A!KmilA'S n.YKUShad lo make four comebacks '· to do it Thursday nighl, bul they overcame as many leads by | the Buffalo Sabres lo finally lie il 0-all in (he NHL bailie | lirlWL'cn the two (cams. : Buffalo shelled Bernie Parent, the holiest goaltonder in the : Mil., for llieir scoring, but Ihey couldn't hold Ihe Flyers. · The other NHL game saw Montreal dump Kansas C-3 while · U'HL action had San Diego shelling Quebec 5-2, Baltimore ; beating Vancouver, 4-3, and Chicago lopping Toronlo, 4-3. :" I-'IM.KY split Thursday, bul lie's still tolling a : soliil .GOti in his salary bailies wilh members of his baseball : team, the Oakland A's. Afler sending Sal Bando (o Ihe showers Wednesday. Finley won his arbitralion with catcher Ray Fosse Thursday, bul lost oul lo infielder Ted Kubiak. Finley has so far saved $62,500 in his three victories and losl $39,000 in his two losses. [·'inley now faces one of his toughest bailies as he goes against outfielder Reggie Jackson. Jackson'is reportedly asking for SNn.OOO while Finley is prepared lo offer S140 000 ·rut: \m. JIAV BK AL.IVK TO nlay anoihcr dav. Memphis Soulhinen owner John Bassett, a Canadian millionaire, slopped shorl of saying so fur sure, but he's talking in lhal direction. Thursday he listed six teams--Portland, Afemphis. Hawaii. Southern California. Birmingham' and I'hiladelphia-as already financially able lo complete another WKL, season He also said Chicago should firm up in Ihe near future. He also brought up the fact that Miami Dolphin Stars Jim Kiick, Larry Czonka and Paul Warfield are still under contract lohim, bul declined losay whether all three would play for Memphis nexl year as originally planned I.Oltl) KIl.l.AMN, PRKS1DF.NT of Ihe Inlernalional Olympic Commillce, said Thursday that despite light building schedules on Ihe Olympic Village and Sladium in Montreal, the I97G summer games would lake place where scheduled. "1 Ihink I can say on behalf of (he entire executive com- minee that we are unanimously convinced the game will open mi July 17. 1976 as scheduled." KIHK IIAYLETT, Ihe running back from Homedale liigh who went over 5,000 yards in his high school career has joined Caldwell runner Kent HollingsworUi in signing a national letter of intenl lo Boise Slale University for the coming fall. The 5-10.165-pounder rushed for just shy of 2,000 yards in his senior year as his learn compiled a ll-l season record and claimed Ihe mythical small school state championship with post-season victories over Butle County and Wendall Haylett's brolher Greg, also a slar running back at Homedale three years ago, is already at BSU as a pole- vaulter, bul is not competing in football Since Wednesday, when schools were allowed to publish national lelters, Meridian tackle WARREN WHITTAKER has signed wilh the Idaho State Bengals along wilh Capital's stand out kicker JEFF Fll.LMORE. JEFF CAI.rm'EU.. Capital's star runner, inked a pact with Ncvada-[js Vegas and MIKE CHASE, the Borah Lion hall carrier, has agreed on terms with the Utah Redskins Idaho Slate also claimed Skyline defensive end Mike Julian and Roger Anderson, a 245-pound offensive tackle from Bonneville. BOISE STATE also announced Ihe signing of Rick Sanders, an all-league performer at Hillsboro, Ore. Sanders runs the 100 in 9.7 and Ihe 40 in 4.4 NORTHERN- IDAHO Junior College of Coeur d'Alene the defending junior college champ, has sent all 10 of its wrestlers into the today's semi-finals at the Region 18 Na(ton?J Junior College Finals in Coour d'Alene ASU meets Miners ! CLA r ts down Cong: College West Lng Bch SI. 17 In Jse St. 4] Nev. LV *3 Lorla Cat. Il U C . I r v I n o 8i C h a p m a n 71 Washington It USC II St. Mry's Cal. Ii S Fran II UCU l Washington tl. 41 Ppprdlne Ii N e v . - R c n o 74 so. a 77 uc s.g. u Fresno St 10 UOP 71 Cal Acjajts lot Slansls 51 Seattle Pat 17 Pac Luth 'I I!) Unilcd Press Inlernalional Ned Wulk, coach of seventh- ranked Arizona Slale, says he likes what he has been reading lately. He only wishes he could believe it. Newspapers around (he Western Athletic Conference have been quoting WAC roaches and making Ihcir own predictions lhal ASU, 8-1 in Ihe league and lfl-2 overall, has wrapped up (he league championship wilh five games lo go. "That sure sounds good," said Wulk, whose team is two games ahead of Hlh-ralcd Texas El Paso and No. 13 Arizona, bolh 63 in the league. "I wish I fell as secure as yon jokers seem lo think I am." Wliai has Wulk so edgy is Ihis week's road Irip. ASU is al New Mexico Friday and then has to catch a I0:30p.m. (light so il can play Texas El Paso in Ihe Salurday nfleinonn television game. fllher WAC games have Arizona at UTKP on Friday and Arizona al New Mexico, Colorado Stale al Wyoming and Ulan al Brigham Young Salur- day. If UTEP should win bolh have a'sho.'if'Jhings go"ri g hl" games -which isn'l too unlikely "[f we can keep our streak "? y"*.?' t h c , m i n « r s tivc ROing and someone can win over slraighl WAC wins, three of al ASU we are alive " A«n h TirTi lhC r0iUl ~v nii Wyomingwollld lik ' e ' s t"t a ASU should loose al New slreak. The Cowboys have losl Mexico, where il has won only nine slraighl to Colorado Stale one game in live years, iho which is shooting (or ils first Miners and Sim Devils would be Xiellcr than 51)0 conference lied for 1 ho WAC lead. -record. -oiuerence "UTKP is probably playing just aboul the best basketball in Hie conference right now," said Wulk, whobasonly one win al El Paso in 11 years. "They seemed to have peaked as far as play is concerned and lhal sweep they liarl last week has lo give Ihem a hoosl." UTKP won al Wyoming and Colorado Stale and Miner coach llaskins admits "we still PULLMAN, Wash. (UPI) -I Nationally second-ranked UCLA moved a slep closer to its ninth! slraighl Pacific-8 Conference! litle Thursday night by ouUcor-1 ing persistent Washington State I 8-2 in the final live minutes for af 69-61 win. i The Bruins moved lo a solid': 44-35 halfiime lead as Dave * Meyers scored 19 pointi. But 6- fool-li cenler Steve Puidoka* ed the Cougars in a comebick (hat closed the score lo «i-» wilh 5:13 to play. The potted Bruins (hen used a tenaciom defense lo blank the Cougar* over ihe nexl four minuiet while wo Marques Johnson bucketi W the UCLA attack.

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