Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on May 26, 1974 · Page 41
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Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, May 26, 1974
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50 -May 26,1974 Sunday' Char lesion. Caxette-Maii Charlesfon, West Virginia*- Beihl Launches Warwood in 4 WARWOOD'S RANDY BEIHL NEARS FINISH Victory in Mile Relay Caps Team Win Continued from Page ID sis of this qualifying time Friday night. In addition to Raynes, other double winners in Class AA were Okey Clevenger of Doddridge County in the half mile and mile and Fort Ashby muscleman Bob Leatherman in the shot put and discus. * *.+ TIM BARKER of Seth won the long jump, Jay Feltz of Monongah the high jump and Jeff Hull of Poca the 440-yard run to account for the other in- · dividual firsts. Warwood won the two relays it qualified for the state meet. Paden City, paced by twins Richard Gatian and Robert Gatian, captured the 880 relay and Mike Anderson anchored Mullens to victory in the shuttle hurdles. Individual Running 100: 1, Zack Raynes, Buffalo Putnam (10.0, ties meet record); 2, Bailey, Big Creek (10.0); 3, Watts. Hampshire (10.0); 4, Pridemore, Ansted (10.1); 5, Ri Gatian, Paden City (10.5) (Meet record also tied by Pridemore in qualifying) 120 high hurdles: 1, Tom Pridemore, Ansted (14.2, meet record); 2, Watts, Hampshire (14.9); 3, Killen, Greenbricr West (15.2); 4, Hull, Hedgesville (15.3); V Wrioht. C-K (15.3) 440: 1, Jeff Hull, Poca (50.3); 2., Belhl, Warwood (50.3); 3, Jewell, Warwood (50.4); 4, Merritt, C-K (51.1); 5, Cassell, Pocahontas (51.6) 880: 1, Okey Clevenger, Doddridge (2:01.2); 2, Perdue, C-K (2:02.6); 3, Vance, Greenbrier west (2:03.1); 4, tie AAoore, Pocahontas, and Stewart, Fairview (2:03.5) Mile: 1, OKey Clevenger, Ooddrldge (4:31.2); 2, Lewton, Warwood (4:31.7); 3, Bowman, Duval (4:33.9); 4, Taylor, St. Marys (4:40); 5, Woody, Big Creek (4:41.9) 2-mile: 1, David Bowman, Duval (9:53.2, meet record); 2, Howard, Montcalm (10:03); 3, Hensley, Montcalm (10:03); 4, Clemont, Warwood (10:24.2); 5, Taylor, St. Marys (10:25) 220: Zack Raynes. Buffalo Putnam (22.4); 2, Ro Gatian, Paden City (22.5); 3, Ri Gatian, Paden City (22.8); 4, Riley, Hampshire (22.8); 5, Madden, Hamlin (22.8) 180 low hurdles: 1, Mac Walts, Hampshire (19.9); 2, Anderson, Mullens (20.2); 3. Salmons, Hamlin (20.3); 4, Pridemore, Ansted (20.4); 5, Casto, Williamstown (20.5) Relays 440: 1, Ravenswood (Dennis Miller, Mark Hoffman, Butch Brown, Alan Hall, 45); 2, Pocahontas (45.4); 3, Williamstown (45:5), 4, Hampshire (46) 880: 1, Paden Cily (Richard Gatian, Jeff Sprouse, Gary Kerns, Robert Gatian, 1:33.8); 2, Poca (1:34.1); 3, Ravenswood (1:34.3); 4, New Marlinsville (1:35.0); 5, Hampshire (1:35.4) Mile: 1, Warwood (Ron Jewell. Char- he Kellas, Randy McKinney, Randy Beihi, (3:28.9, meet record); 2, Ceredo- Kenova (3:31.8); 3, Pocahonlas (3:34.5); 4, New Martinsville (3:34.7); 5, Fayetteville 13:55) 2-mile: I, Warwood (Curtis Clemont, Craig Reidel, Randy McKinney, Doug Lewton, 8:24.1); 2, Pocahontas (8:24.8); 3, Ravenswood (8:26.4); 4, New Martinsville 1:34.8); 5, Cowen (8:38.1) Shuttle hurdle: 1, Mullens (Carlton Martin, Rick Rizzonico, Barry Smith, Mike Anderson, 59.4); 2, Ravenswood (59.7); 3, New Martinsville (1:00.4); 4, Greenbrier West (1:00.8); 5, C-K (1:01.1) Field Events Shot put: 1, Bob Leatherman, Fort Ashby (51-7'/3); 2, Mays, C-K (49-l'/j); 3, Jelich, Ravenswood (47-9%); 4, Johnson, Big Creek (47-6 3/8); 5, Randolph, Poca (47-2'/2) Pole vault: 1, Randy Beihl, Warwood (12-6); 2, Heavener, Hampshire (12-6); 3, Cook, Greenbrier West (12-0); 4, Mathews, Cameron (12-0); 5, lie Lowe, C-K, and McKenzie, Warwood (12-0) Discus: 1, Bob Leatherman, Fort Ashby (140-7); 2, Gobel, Winfield U39-4)f3. Snyder, Oceana (137-1); 4, Mays, C-K (135-2); 5, Rose, Pocahontas (133-3) High jump: 1, Jay Feltz, Monongah (6-4); 2, tie Ritchie, Ravenswood, Anderson, Mullens, Kimberne, Shady Spring, and Norman, Gilmer (5-8'/«) Long jump: I, Tim Barker, Seth ( 2 1 - 5 V 2 ) ; 2, Aulabaugh, Berkeley Springs (20-11'A); 3, Austin, Stoco (20-10); 4, Matheny, Doddridge (20-7'/j); 5, Pridemore, Ansted (20-6%) -- Staff Photo by Lawrence Pierce ANSTED STAR FLASHES WINNING FORM IN HIGHS - Tom Pridemore Tips Hurdle During Record 14.2 Run All-Staters Shoot Down Kanawha By Mike Whiteford West Virginia's seven-man All-State team, although out- n u m b e r e d , was out there shooting better than 50 per cent and running the fast break with no trace of postseason rust. Leading most of the way, the All-Staters defeated the Kanawha Valley All-Stars. 104-97. at Morris Harvey's Eddie King Gym Saturday night in the seventh annual Senior All-Star Game. Both coaches. Lou Romano of Charleston and Willie Akers of Logan, spoke highly of the quality of play, citing the fine shooting and alluding to the minimum of turnovers, and so much for the notion that late May is no time for basketball. FOR THE All-Staters, Mark Page of Northfork and Paul Hamilton of Gary were superb in their shooting, little Lowell Harris of Charleston sneaky in scurrying beneath the big men for quick baskets, and Ross Scaggs of Logan bedazzling with his passes. For Kanawha Valley, Charleston's Mike Jones was his typical self, hitting inside and outside for 31 points, blocking shots, and even getting by with a dunk shot. Kanawha was in contention most of the way and forced and 81-81 tie with 5:45 left in the game but the All-Staters spurted in the end and once led 100-87. The game was competitive enough to merit ovations from the large crowd and taunts for the officiating from the coaches. And no one on the floor was reluctant to shoot. "This was a good game. It was one of the best I've seen," Romano offered. Akers noted that the teams played "an excellent game for this time of year." The shooting was good and the players in excellent condition, he added. Page was 12 for 20 from the field for 28 points, high for the All-Staters, and Hamilton 10 for '16 and 22 points, most'of them coming on precision outside jumpers in the first half to help establish a six-point halftime edge. Scaggs contributed 21 points and a "bundle of assists," according to Akers. He also led both teams in prompting oohs and aahs from the crowd. BUT THE PLAYER proving most troublesome to Kanawha Valley, Romano pointed out, was the 5-6 Harris, whom R o m a n o a f f e c t i o n a t e l y termed "my boy." Harris had spent the season with Romano's Mountain Lions but played with the All-Staters, making him a turncoat, as it were. "He put on a show," interjected George Washington's Billy Williams, a member of Lowell Harris Troublesome Ferraris Sit In Front Row MONTE CARLO (AP) Ferraris grabbed the front row of the starting lineup for the Monaco Grand Prix in final trial sessions Saturday afternoon with Austria's Niki Lauda sitting on the pole posi- .tion. Lauda held, the pole position with a time he set Friday, but his Swiss teammate Clay Re- gazzoni bounced Sweden's Ronnie Peterson off the other front row spot in,a blistering run a few minutes before practice ended. the Kanawha team. Harris, although not a starter, played enough to score 16 points, hitting on seven of 13, Accipiter Rebounds With Win NEW YORK (AP)-Accipiter, a disappointment in the Kentucky Derby, re-established himself as one of the year's leading 3-year-olds by winning the $60,400 Withers Mile at Belmont Park Saturday. The Kentucky-bred son of Damascus, owned by Sigmund - Sommer, took the lead and, deep in the stretch, drew out to win the 99th running of the historic' stakes for sophomores by 1% lengths over Best Of It. Hosiery was a nose back in third place and 2Vz lengths ahead of Bold and Fancy, who was fourth in the field of 11. Accipiter, ridden by Angel Santiago, went off at 7-2 with the holiday crowd of 36,469 and ran the mile in 1:353-5 over a track labeled good. He paid $9.80, $5.40 and $5. Best Of It, with Don Brumfield in the saddle, returned $6 and $4.60 as a 4-1 shot. Hosiery, a 13-1 hazard with Eddie Maple up, paid $8.60 to show. Bob Cooper, V.R, Sales Marketing If I said we could help you make over $50,000 next year, you'd call me a liar. But you'd be wrong. I can point to many of our distributors and dealers who are making over $50,000 a year selling Continental Homes. They came from all walks of life . . . salesmen, builders, business men -- you name it. 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Name City State Zip Telephone Number _| am n! am not rj in the building business now. many of his points coming on penetrations and fast breaks, his shots arcing just beyond the swats of his tall opponents. "He's quick," Romano said, in summing Harris' talents. "He did everything right. He didn't make a mistake." Akers added, "He's out of this world." Kanawha played without a seasoned guard, all of the players having played their careers as either forwards or centers. The absence of guards may have accounted for Kanawha's inability to handle the All-Staters' running game.. "We didn't get back quick enough," said Romano. Akers stressed the All-Sta- ters' team play, noting that Parkersburg South's Sam Foggin rebounded well and that Fairmont's Frank Stingo and Morgantown's Mark Wilson contributed to the win. Charleston's Curt Cabbell of Kanawha scored 19 points, Williams 13, and Stan Keller of Sissonville 11. 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