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PAGE 4 — THE D/MIY NEWS, Huntingdon. Sexton, end Mount Union. Pa., Tu»»d«y, Fw.fuofy i \, College Women Tribe loses to Flash At Loretto last evening, host St. Francis built a commanding first- half lead via 62.5 percent shooting and withstood a come-back rally by Juniata. thus pulling off a 75-64 upset win over the Indians. "St. Francis shot the ball better than any team we've seen all sea-son. They were playing inspired basketball," said Juniata Coach Nancy Latimore afterwards. The Division 1 Red Flash (3-16) got off to a "feel out the opponent" start, during which the score remained nearly deadlocked. Soon, however, the Flash pulled in front, first by 11, then by 18 (44-26) at the half. Good outside shooting plus domination of the boards, which accounted for easy second shots, put the Flash in control. Judy McNellis hit five-ot-five attempts from the field Girls Basketball and Diane Carey canned four-of-four in the period to lead the Frankies. At the beginning of the second half, St. Francis hiked its lead to 20 (54-34) before Juniata began its comeback. The closest JC got was 71-62 with less than a minute remaining. Time cut shot the Division HI, llth-ranked Indians' rally. Latimore had words of praise for her team, despite the loss, saying: "I'm proud of the girls. We played tough the second half, never giving up, but it wasn't enough." Point guard and floor general Janet Robison tossed in a game-high 25 points for the Tribe, but got in early foul trouble and was forced to sit out the latter part of the first hall, a factor in JC's poor offensive effort in the half. Sue Grubb added another 18 markers for Juniata, which drops to 13-4. GAME NOTES: St. Francis finished with 49.3 percent shooting from the floor....The Flash had balanced scoring, with lour players in double figures: Carey 17, McNellis 16, Lisa Meier 15 and ex-Tyrone standout Barb Miller 14....SF dominated the boards 49-36 JC hosts Dickinson Wednesday, 7 p.m..Memorial Gym. JUNIATA ST. FRANCIS re F-FT T* fa r-rr Tot Rob tent Fanner. Raram .. .11 Grubb i 3-5 25 Miller.... »-» 0 C»rey... 1-1 5 Meier... 25 It McNcllii 0-2 i WUwakl. 4-5 ( Lirtngr . 2-2 I Barber.. Rhodes.. TOTALS..26 12-2« 64 TOTALS... 34 7-13 75 SCORE BY HALVES: JUNIATA ST.FRANC1S Fortse .. Lckawck HHegss.. .2« 38-*4 .44 31-75 Southern 42-34 winner Forbes Road f ;.;, girls spank | Fannett-Metal | In Cove League action at Fan- •]•: nettsburg last evening, visiting Forbes Road's girls basketball team pounded Fannett-Metal 67-39. The victory elevates the Cardinals' record to 15-4, with a 3-2 league mark. The Cards, who have won their last seven games, jumped out to a commanding 22-8 lead in the first quarter. After that. Coach Craig Cutshall platooned his team and "everyone got to play three quarters tonight," he noted. By intermission, the gap was 35-19. Even though the Tigers 10-16) are coming on strong down the stretch, they were unable to make up the deficit in the second half, as Forbes padded its lead by another 12 points . (32-20) in the final two quarters. Pacing FR. which shot 46.3 percent (31-67) from the field, were Amy Hann, with a game-high 20 points, and Karla and Teressa Barnelt, each of whom tossed in 16 markers. Lori Gipe pumped in 13 points to lead the Tigers (41 percent team shooting). . Forbes had a 32-29 edge on the boards, with Tammy Cook pulling down six caroms during a good defensive effort. Spurred by Missi Hall's 14 points, Forbes Road's Jay vees posted a 33-20 victory to remain undefeated, at 17-0. OUTDOOR DIARY by WES BOWER Southern Huntingdon tamed Claysburg's Lady Bulldogs last evening in Juniata Valley League girls basketball action at Pogue. The Rockets ignited early then weathered a rough fourth quarter in riding out a 42-34 victory. Southern is now 11-C overall and has a 5-3 JVL record. Claysburg-Kimmel, 2-6 in the league, falls to 7-14 after the loss. Both teams have two league tilts remaining. Rocket Coach Missy Speck was especially pleased with her team's quick ignition: "We got off to a very good start offensively tonight. In fact, this is one of our best starts of the season. The girls were ready to play tonight and didn't look too far aheah, as I was afraid they might, to Thursday's big game with McConnellsburg." Southern opened a 9-4 gap in the first quarter, then spurted to a 22-9 bulge by halftime, even though starter Sonja Yingling was out with the flu. The 'Dogs came alive in the second half, but SH stilt had a commanding 32-18 lead after three quarters. The Rockets padded their lead to 38-21 in the final stanza, "then we fell apart. Claysburg's best defense was to send us to the line — we hit only 10 of 23 foul shots in the fourth quarter," said Speck. With all SH's points coming at the line, the 'Dogs went to work and whittled the deficit to eight before time ran out. GAME NOTES: Southern shot 31.7 percent (13-41) from the floor, while C-K hit just 11 of 48 (22.9 percent)....Holly Mills pumped in 17 points and Angie Zinobile 11 to lead the Rocket scoring. LeAnn Knepper, Williamsburg's girls took another step towards clinching the Juniata Valley League championship last evening by whipping host Juniata Valley 57-33. The Blue Pirates, with two league tilts remaining, are still undefeated, at 8-0. Overall, they a're 16-3. Valley (5-14 overall and 3-5 in JVL) played most of.the game minus two of its regular starters. Lisa Cooper was out of'town, so Wendy Cooper filled in for her.- Then, early in the first period, point guard Jean Patterson suffered a knee injury. Brenda Smith, the junior varsity floor general, took Patterson's place. "in the first half, we merely functioned, but in the second half, the girls played good basketball and we did some nice things," said Coach Diane "Suz" Price. Williamsburg jumped out to its usual fast start, again using its full- court press or half-court trap, which the Green Hornets were unable to handle. After one period, the Pirates led 14-1, at the half the margin was 297. The Hornets played on even terms in the second half, being out-scored by just two points (28-26). However, the Valley girls were unable to make any dent in the huge first-half deficit. A bright spot for Price was her team's rebounding: JV edged the Pirates 41-35. with Kristy Ingle 'pulling down a team-high 15. "We hit the boards well and out- bench came through. But .Willianv sburg is a well-balanced, well- disciplined team, which takes advantage of what they have. They're good," lauded Coach Price. GAME NOTES: Jamie Espy turned in a fine game for Valley, scoring off the bench, added nine.. ..Stephanie Wright's eight points paced the 'Dogs SH out-rebounded Claysburg 33-20 .... The Rocket Jayvees (2-10) bowed 20-11 Southern hosts McConnellsburg Thursday in a Cove League contest. CLAYSBURG SO. HUNTINGDON FG F-FT Tot FG F-FT Tol Leslie.... 1 0-1 2 Zinble.... 4 »-b 11 Way 20-14 H. Morgn 0 2-2 2 Weyant.. 0 3-8 3 J.Morgn 1 1-7 3 Wright... 3 2-3 Mills.,.. « 5-10 17 Rltcbey. 2 0-0 T.Ynglng 0 M t Helsel. .. 0 3-1 Kough.. .0 0-60 Eckley.. 0 4-C Knepper .2 5-9 9 Dugan . . 2 0-0 Lightnr . . 0 MO Msslmn. 00-30 Hoffnn . .0 «-0 0 Miller... 1 0-1 2 TOTALS.. 13 Lt-13 42 TOTALS.. 11 12-27 34 SCORE BY PERIODS: CLAYSBURG 459 IS— 34 SO HUNTINGDON 9 13 10 10—42 JV Score: Claysburg-Kimmel W. Southern Huntingdon 11 i 57-33 12 points and hauling down 11 caroms. Judy Thompson, off the bench, tossed in eight points. ..Diane lonigni me i^aras nusi ae'Jiora in a non-league game. Gino Perri Pizza Hut choice again Gino Perri. a senior at Juniata College, has recently been named to the 1985 - 86 Pizza Hut All- America footbal team for the second consecutive year. the Indian gridders, collected ill total tackles and y.-- sacks in 1985. A co - captain for the 1985 MAC runners up, he aided the Indians' aggressive style on defense. "This award was a well deserved honor for Gino. He's a very dedicated athlete. Not only is he a fine athlete but he is also a great team player," said head coach Rob Ash. A 1982 graduate of Montour High School, Perri is an English Education major. He is the son of Esther Perri of McKees Rocks. Hostler paced the Pirates with 15 markers. Charlene Ellis added 13 and Lisa Lockawich 10...Williamsburg shot 47.3 percent, JV 27.8 percent....Valley travels to Southern Huntingdon Friday for another JVL contest. Hurray For Hickory Wood is so much a part of our lives that we almost take it for granted. Each of us, each year, uses an average of more than 600 pounds of paper and almost 200 board feet of timber. Besides paper, we use wood (or shelter, fuel, bridges, posts, furniture, fences, wall coverings, handles, toys, toothpicks and boxes. The list is endless. The neat thing about wood is that it's a renewable resource. It is the yield from a crop that can be harvested and replanted instead of being merely a withdrawal from a shrinking reserve. The truth is that all those folks using woodburners are actually doing society a favor. A walk through Raystown Country's forests quickly determines a myriad of different tree species. Each one is quite distinctive and possesses many useful qualities. For me personally, hickory has been a longtime favorite. The hickory is in the walnut family and basically limited to the forests east of the Great Plains. Of the 15 species of hickory, eight are considered to be commercially important. In Pennsylvania, the most common hickory species are the shagbark, sheelbark. mockernut. pignut and bitternut. In Huntingdon County, the shagbark is the easiest identified and most widely known. Hickory is a hard and heavy wood and is considered one of the bets woods (or fuel. It burns hot and long, producing a good bed of hot coals. It is used to produce charcoal and its ashes are used in the production of soaps. Our early ancestors always had some hickory trees scouted out and when they needed an axe handle or wood for smoking at butchering time, they knew exactly where to go. During the early days of archery practically all bows manufactured were made with hickory. The wood is heavy, hard, strong and stiff. Hickory has a high resistance to shock. Hickory has large shrinkage and must be carefully seasoned to avoid checking and warping, but it can be glued satisfactorily. Hickory baseball bats are also a popular item. Hickory nuts are enjoyed by wildlife and humans alike. As youngsters, a ritual with the Bower clan was gathering together on several autumn Sunday afternoons and collecting, cracking and cleaning hickory nuts. Thanksgiving and Christmas weren't complete without cookies and pies flavored with hickory nuts. But it was the early Indians who really utilized this popular woods fruit. The Indians used hickory nuts in a variety of foods, including soups and stews. They also concocted powcohiccora. a fermented drink from these popular nuts. They pounded the hickory nuts and left the mash stand to ferment. Super Bass Is it possible that someday we may have a new strain of super sized largemouth bass? World Record Bass. Inc., with headquarters in Florida, says yes. This group experimenting with selective breeding and special genetics report specimens weighing l' ; pounds only 53 days after hatching. In one IX day period a bass grew from 10 to 14'- pounds. Using selective breeding techniques they predict that six years down the road they will be raising bass that exceeds 25 pounds. The present record, established in 1932, is 22 pounds, four ounces. Waste Not Many hunters, if they don't bother to reload, throw away their shotshell hulls or their hunting rifle casings. That's a waste, with a little imagination these saveable parts of any hunting trip can provide a treasury of memories. As an example, our local turkey hunting enthusiasts could save the shotgun hulls that puts a turkey in their game bag. Simply punch out the spent primer, but the shotshell in a vise and saw off the flate base. Punch a small hole through the primer, insert it back into the shell base and use it for a memoribilia button on an outdoor piece of clothing. The buttonholes can be enlarged to take the new "buttons." Of course for some of us, it might take a long time to collect enough "turkey" buttons for an entire shirt or vest. Well, they say patience is a virtue. Wade Phillip sis City League new E a gles CORch l-Crt-v ^.r*r\f£\c C7 Box Scores WILLIAMSBURG FG F-FT Tot JUNIATA VALLEY FG F-FT 3-4 0-1 0-0 0-0 CaUtoun : Lekawch... ! Hostler ' Ellis Lower. Tale James Burger Ross Camerato .. 0-0 94 1-7 1-3 2-4 1-Z M 4-4 9-0 »-» C 10 15 jj t 1 2 2 2 0 Ufte Espy Hurley . . . Yocun Patina .. Parts.... TbMBpn. Snitfc TOTALS . 2 t ... 0 I ... 0 ... 0 ... 4 2 ...15 ot 7 12 0 2 a 0 8 4 o.o.o. FC F-FT Fyock 2 Huston. .. 0 Culp.Sr. Culp.Jr. Edward- Stewart Zauig . . . a .. 0 .. 1 .. 5 .. 9 TflTAl C t* 0-2 2-4 1-2 0-0 0-0 5-11 7-9 IC-->7 Tot 4 2 11 0 2 15 25 u MEAD FG F-FT HawB.... Steele.... Posey . . Thomas Price . . Auraad Holesa. Dookisn 3 5 3 3 5 1 . 3 . 5 0-« 0-0 0-3 3-8 0-1 1-2 2-2 2-2 Tot C 10 16 9 10 3 9 12 TOTALS...33 S-19 74 TOTALS...2* S-U 57 SCORE BY PERIODS: WMSBURG 14 JUNIATA VALLEY 1 16-57 14-33 County Sports Card TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 11 BASKETBALL College Men Western Maryland at Juniata. 7 p.m. High School Boys (Mountain League) Huntingdon at Chief Logan. 8 p.ra. Bellelonce at Penns Valley. 8p.m. Bald Eagle Area at Tyrone. 8p.m. (Juniala Valliy League) Juniata Valley at Williamsburg. 8p.m.^ Southern Huntingdon at Claysburg-K'immel. 8 p.m. (Others) Forbes Road at Fannett-Metal. 8p.m. High School Girls Bedford at Forbes Road, 8p.m. Junior High Boys Huntingdon atPhilipsbnrg-Osceola.4 p.m. Moynl Union atHoUidaysburg.3:30p.m. Southern Huntingdon at Claysburg-Kimmel. 6:30p.m. Junior High GirU Northern Bedford at Tussey Mountain. 4 p.m. WRESTLING High School Northern Bedford at Huntingdon. 8p.m. Kisnacoquillas at Mount Union. 8 p.m. Tussey Mountain at Hyndman. 8 p.m. Junior High Tussey Mountain at Chestnut Ridge. 4p.m. VOLLEYBALL Huntingdon CC League Fisher Tool Sharpening 8 vs. J. B. Kunz. 7pm : Muddy Run Motors vs. Fisber Tool Sharpening A. 7 p.m.. Bayer Co. ts Biertuch Law. 8:30 p.m.; Crotsley Lumber vs. Shear Artistry. 8:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 12 BASKETBALL College Worn en Dickinson at Juiiata.7 p.m. High School Boys i Mountain League) Lewistown atMount Union. 8p.ra. High School Girls s Mountain Leagve^ Penns Valiey at Beilefonte. 8 p.m. (Others) Lewistown at Huntingdon. 8p.m. WRESTLING Junior High Jur.iaU Valley at Northern Bedford. 4 p.ra VOLLEYBALL Huntingdon CC League Dave's Tavern vs Thompson Construction. 7 p.m.. Kimex vs Fisher Tool Sharpening B. 7 p m : Huntingdon Bone and Joint vs. Wels No. 30. R 30 p m.: Mu Beta vs. Battalion 5.8:30 p m. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 13 BASKETBALL Kit,hSchoolGirls i Juniata Valley League) Williarr.sburji jt Bellwood-Antis. 8 p.ra ClaysbuTR-K i:n racial Central. 8 p m 'Bedford County League) Tu«isc> Mountain at Bedford. Spin Chestnut Ridge at Kverett. 8p.m. McCorinellsburg at Sou them Huntingdon. 3p m Jar.ior High Boys Junaila Valley at Huntingdon. 4p.m. Mount Union at Spring Cove. 3 "30 p.m. Tusws Mountain at Southern Huntingdon. 4 p m Junior Hiir.Girls Bedford atTussey Mountain. 4 p m. HunlinfidonCity League Po5.l-;caMnp!a>cfl games WRESTLING High School Huntingdon alPhilipsburg-Osceola. 8pm. Juniata Vaney atT-^ssey Mountain.8p m T>ronf at Huntingdon. 4 p rn Xlour.t t'nior, a: .vitwna Keitn. 4pm VOLLEYBALL Huntingdon CC League Pizza Hut vs. Coslello's. 8:15 p.m.: JC Gym vs. BiJ Remodelers. 8:15 p.m. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 14 BASKETBALL High School Boys (Mountain League) Tyraoeat Huntingdon.8p.m. Penns Valley at Bald Eagle Area, 8 p.m. Chief Logan at Central, g p.m. Philipsburg Osceola at Lewistown. 8 p.m. [ J uniata V>Uey League) Southern Huntingdon at Juniala Valley. 8p.m. Bellwood-Anlis at Williamsburg. S p.m. (Bed fo rd Coun ty Lea gue Bedford at Tussey Mountain, 8 p.m. Hyndman at Northern Bedford. 8 p.m. Everett at Chestnut Ridge. 8 p.m. (Others) Claysburg-Kimmel at Forbes Road.Sp.m. High School Girls (Mountain Lea gue) Huntingdon at Tyrone. 8 p.m. Bellefont; at Mount Unkw. 8 p.m. (Juniata Valley League) Juniata Valley at Soutticrn Huntingdon. 8p.m. JuniorHighBoys Southern Huntingdon at Juniata Valley. 6:34 p.m. Tussey Mountain at Bedford.4 p.m. WRESTLING High School Mount Union at BeUwoed-Amtis.8p.rn. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 15 BASKETBALL College Men Juniata at Wilkes. 8p.m. College Women Juniata at High Sena* B»ys (Xooataia Leagw) M Mnt U»xe at Bellefeete. 8 p.m HighSeboXGh-ts Bald Eagle Area at Pel* Valley. 8 p.m. WRESTLING College Juniata. Mantenberg and c ?ranton Elizabethtowa. 12 noon. High School Southern Hunliigdoa at West Branch. 8pm. JuatorHigh Juniata Valley and Tusiey Mountain in Tri County Tournament at Tossey Mountain Elementary Huntingdon Valentine Tournament. GYMNASTICS Bellefonie at Huntingdon Community Center, p.m. Mountain Box Score at CENTRAL FG F-FT 1 McGraw . . 5 2-4 Sfcaw 4 5-8 Garrisn . . 4 3-5 Loucts.... 9 5-9 Kulp 1 0-« Aungst 1 0-0 Brumbgh . 1 1-3 Bulger 0 t-0 PHIL1PSBURG •ot F« F-FT Tot 12 Miller 9 0-2 18 13 T. Eiler 7 2-2 I« 11 Wibwra 3 0-1 t 23 ThOKpsn 1 0-0 2 2 Bisn ... 4 2-3 16 2 Showers. . . 3 Gayer 0 Vhitend .. ..5 0-0 10 ..10-1 2 .. 0 0-« 0 TOTALS.. 25 16-2S M TOTALS.... 30 SCORE BY PERIODS: CENTRAL 14 17 14 PHILIPSBURG 14 » 1 JV Score: Central 52. Philipsbarg J9 21-« 33-S4 Sheehan is winner by 3 SARASOTA, Fla. (UPI) - The jinx is broken. The LPGA's Sarasota Classic produced a repeat winner for the first time in its 11-year history. Patty Sheehan retained her title by pulling away from her college classmate Julie Inkster and withstanding a late challenge from veteran Pat Bradley by shooting a 71 for a tournament total of 9-under-par 279. Inkster. who had a 72, and Bradley, who had a 69. tied for second at 282. Sheehan earned $30,000 while Inkster and Bradley took horn $16,000 each. Stephanie Farwig was alone in fourth at 283 and collected $10,500. Becky Pearson, Beth Daniel and Lori Ga'rbacz were tied for fifth at 284. It was the 15th Tour victory fog Sheehan and the fourth time she has successfully defended a title. Prior to the Sarasota Classic, she was the last to defend her title on the LPGA Tour by capturing the 1983 and 1984 Henredon Classic. Sheehan started the final round two shots ahead of Inkster and Farwig. Sheehan dropped one shot behind Inkster at the turn. Farwig had fallen back with a bogey and a double bogey. Sheehan said she gave herself a pep talk after a bogey on No. 6x and reeled off three straight birdies to start the final nine to regain the lead, from which she was never headed. •'1 told myself 'this is your tournament. Don't give it away. Make them beat you.'" she said. "When I hit my drive on the 10th hole, there was a surge of energy, which I always get when I'm going to play well.'' Sheehan said the turning point came when she matched Inkster's birdie on No. 11 and then added another one on 12. "I got a big break on 11 with a birdie putt that kepi me in there and kind of hurt Julie." she said. "She had made an easy birdie and I had to make a 20-footer to stay in there. Then I got another birdVe on 12 and that really hurt her too because I went for one-down to one-up in three holes." Inkster said: "I put pressure on Patty today and she responded very well. She played a great round. When I took the lead by one I think that was ail 1 needed to get her going. She made her bogeys early and I made them late." SCORE BY HALVES: 0.0.0 24 MEAD 37 Quarter-Finals Best-OI-Tnree Mead 1-0: O.O.O.o-i. 35 — 59 37-74 AJAYS FG F-FT Tot Spachl t 3-3 19 Pott - 7 8-0 14 Weyant . . Mort Myers — An|flo .. . Sclbba . . . Post . 1 0-0 .. I 0-0 .. 1 0-0 .. 4 0-0 .. 2 04 .. 3 0-« .. 0 M 2 j 2 t 4 C 0 V F Black... Zauzig . . Sloan . . . Crayosty Barclay . Partis... Mcllroy. Stricter . TOTALS FW j F-FT Tot 6 (-9 IS 4 5-6 13 00-10 3 4-8 19 4 3-5 11 00-00 00-00 ( 0-0 12 .23 18-79 C4 TOTALS.... 27 3-3 57 SCORE BY HALVES: AJAYS J2 VFW ' 35 Quarter-Finals ZS-57 29-M PHILADELPHIA (UPI) - Wade Phillips, who served as interim coach of the New Orleans Saints for four games last season, has been named as the Philadelphia Eagles' new defensive coordinator. Phillips. 38, the son of former NFL coach Bum Phillips, will work with the Eagles' linebackers and contribute to the team's overall defensive scheme, which will be designed by new coach Buddy Ryan. "We're very fortunate to have Wade join our staff," said Ryan, the former defensive coordinator of the Super Bowl champion Chicago Bears •who was named the new Eagles coach two weeks ago. "In his 10 seasons with the (Houston) Oilers and Saints, he distinguished himseff as one of the brightest defensive coaches in the NFL." Ryan said Monday. "We will have a setup similar to that of a few other clubs in the NFL, where the head coach continues to oversee a certain aspect of the team win the help of a coordinator. I will be in charge of our 46 defense but I expect Wade to make important con- .tributions to our defensive game plan." Phillips replaced his father as the Saints' coach for the last four games of the 1985 season. In his first game, the Saints upset the Los Angeles Rams, 29-3. but they lost their next three contests. He joined the Saints as defensive coordinator in 1981, when his father became head coach, after assisting his father for the five previous seasons in Houston, where he worked with the linebackers and defensive line. Phillips was a candidate for the Saints coaching job that was eventually filled by Jim Mora, the former coach of the Baltimore Stars of the U.S. Football League. Under Phillips, the Saints led the NFC in total defense in 1983 and the NFL in pass defense in 1983 and 1984. Phillips is the sixth assistant coach to be named by Ryan. The Eagles still need to hire coaches for the defensive line and offensive backfield. VFW2-0 LE FC Miller.... Hyper.... Brown . .. Uites Hollnd . . . Sullelt . . . Leonrd... TOTALS . SCORE B l.vnmv Besl-OI A Jays 0-7. GION F-FT Tot .23-47 .31-47 .20-04 . 7 0-2 14 .13 0-2 26 .. 2 M 4 . 9 1-3 1) ..38 i-15 Y HALVES 81 -Three PCNB FG F-FT Cook.... 13 5-8 McCrum . 2 M Fields... . > 5-6 Franks . . 9 l-> Wetmllr. . S 2-3 Shore 0 H TOTALS.. 38 18-34 . 29 55 Tot 31 9 23 19 12 0 M -81 Last Night's Scores HIGH SCHOOL BOYS Mountain Leagve Central «. Philipsburg H Others Somerset U. Bedford 45 Bellwood K. Mothaanoa 47 Claysburg M. Chestnut Ridge 45 North Star ts. Rockwood H James Bvehiuii M. Biflerrille 52 HIGH SCHOOLGIRLS Howard 81, Bethune-Cookman 74 Ithaca «2, Albany SLll Kutztown M. Allentown 49 LaSalk 81. Holy Cross U Lehigh71.TowsoaSI.J4 Lowell 78. Bramieis £7 LyeoiBuf $7. Scruto* Cl Mass. 5t. Peon St. SI MerrlmackM.AICn Messiah 77. Albrigkt (2 PCNB Qiiarter Fl«aU B«st-or-Tlirae Bald Eagle Area «. Tyrone M Rockets down Hornets again Southern Huntingdon pulled away from visiting Juniata Valley in the upper weights yesterday afternoon to secure a 53-39 junior high wrestling victory. The Rockets, who had won a 64-48 nod at Juniata Valley Jan. 28, improved their log to 3-6. The Green Hornets dipped lo 2-3. Southern scored on pins by Jon Shields (120), Joe Zinobile (125). Scott Nearhood <H5) and Brett Chapman (167); forfeits to Shawn Price (70). Scott Williams (75), Tom McClain (110) and BillSchmidt (155); and a superior decision by Clyde Klobetanz(138). Valley picked up points on falls by Pau! Smithmyer (95), Steve Taylor (105) and Willy Galloway (130); forfeits to Bob Oxnard (85) and Mike Grundusky (90); and regular decisions by Buddy Hostler (100), Mike Knode (115) and Glenn Feagley (hwt). Both teams next wrestle Northern Bedford. The Hornets visit NBC Wednesday at 4 p.m. and the Rockets host NBC for a 4 p.m. match on Wednesday. Feb. 19. Mat Scores Johnstown V-T 45. United 12 Hyndman 52. Valley. Md. 12 Berlin 46, Northern, Md. 18 W lllla • sburg 57, JaUU V lifer *3 So Huotingtkw 42. Clajrt«rl 34 BellwMd M. Crttral 22 Others Forbes Road C7. FaaaeU-MeUl » So Fulton M. Ererett M N». Bedford 3», McCemellsburg 34 Alto«M4J. MeCortn iBdiM* 47. Jok«s«v» 37 BlacUkk «. M aria* Center 45 WUiMB^crt M. H«llid*ystxirf 45 Hern* Cambria 3*. Portage 34 Fendale 71, Laarrt Valley 18 SaMkd.BerlmM COMB ao«li Twf. 41, *«rtli Star 35 SkankSTUte 47. Salisbury 35 Pn*sM»M-45.BUinTu)e43 Heaer-Cemer40. SaKjbarg 37 United 22. Purchase Lnte 21 Gtendate 54. DvBccs Central 32 Lewistown 28. WetfSiyder It Cbtef L*«MCI. KMiacooiillas 4* Juntata (4. Nevptrt 4* Greenwood 54. Halifax 3« MothaaMxi 34. West Bra net 30 James Buchanan 52. Blgterrille 3* No Cambria St. Harmony 3t M eyendate «. Tarkeyfott 29 BraokTil)e53. Redbatk 17 A-c Valley 54. East Brady 42 Unk»70.KarnlCity44 Keystone w. Clarfea 2* No. ClartM 5«. McMKeaa 1C Elk Co. ChrtstUa 58. Sheffield 21 Bradford Cent. <8. RMgwa; 51 Bradtord72.WarreB34 Johnontmrg 55. Ka»e 45 Co*4ersi*rt 54. S«. Potter 4 1 SmetJ^ert 48 . Osvay* ViDey 45 Cameron Co. 28. Otto - EMred 2t Port Altefuy w. Antni 47 COLLEGE East Al»eni« 8*. Havertord K Atsvinptl«n75.Sprtaff)eM71 lot) BtaMMbmf Sl.Yort: iPa.)54 BractatrtSt.M. Sai§ret»74 CanishR 54. MaMeH CasUetM St. M. Ljrxfeo St. • ClarHo 7J. Pin-lr»df«rd i5 D*oitakM M. Pvrdwte « DWIKSBC 87. St. B«MTe«tire 7( E4Mwe« 87. CeMral St. 14 FDU X *dfe*ii 73. Drew 55 M il tenvllle 81. Spriig G a rdens C7 N ew PalU 87. Bmgham loo 83 OW •* estfcery 74. Baruch «» P»ce7>,LeM*y«<47 Phil. Pham- H. Rutgen-Camden 49 Hi. Ctil. 84. E. Nararene 73 S*lve Retina 74, Worcester Poly U S.MatMM.TVnas71 St. Aisle* K. Be*Iky H St. Joki's M. Gewgelow. 51 St.Tlmnas AovnusM. N. J. T«b 78 St. Francis (NY) 71. MMnnootatt (ot) SI. Jvsepk's (Mc.t >7. PlynMth St. 82 Sternu Teck M. Pratt 53 Saiqaebawa t3, LebuM Tall. 81 Te» pfe 71. Rut«ers 53 WestB outer «4. La Rtcke S3 W. Liberty C. CHil. (Pa,.) 7« Seatk Applactl. St. n. TeM.-CbatUroga H A usttn Peay ft. M •rehead «4 Beiaoat-Abbey 71. Mars Hill (3 BetrjTS. N.Gl.71 Catawba C. Atlantic Christ. 84 CenteM ryTO.NWLostsianaH Cka rte*M 92. W. V ». Tech 94 Cl a flin 70. U SC-Spartan b»rf «8 Columbus 119. Edward Walters 77 E. Kest. 70. Murray St. (8 E. Carolina52. WB. It Mary 47 Ferrsm 94. K noivHle 77 Fnnoao 7J, Va. MU. Int. 70 GtenviUen. Davis lElklms (3 J«*»oaTiUe 7». W. Ketit. B Lewlr - Rkyoe «3. K rtgate M Liberty K. LxigwMd 84 L1mest«e77. Wolfcrd 7S Lo«isTnie >3. Va. Tech. »3 Lsuliana Coll. 114. S. New Orleans83 Manila!! 85. Cilxfcl 78 Mem p*h St.s*. Fla. St. 73 n. canlkuSt. 143.Br»klya52 N. CarrthM A*T 5». Delaware St. 42 > ewberry M. C«ker 7« P1iiefferH.EI*«74 Presfcytertan *4. S. A*e« 7» RfckBOTd TV N.C.-WHmi*fM 5> Re anofce 81. Shenandoah 65 S.C. Slate Ti.MS.-EastemS 56 Soutbem 88. Grambling 68 S Miss a.S Carolina 12 S. Fla. 72. N. C.-Cnar!otte M Tenn. SI. 163. Miles*3 W . CaroliMtS. E.Te»n 84 W Va. Wesleyan «4. Aldereon-Broadtfus 76 W.Ga 78. Tenn.-Martin74 W. Carolina89. E.Tenn. 84

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