Simpson's Leader-Times from Kittanning, Pennsylvania on February 1, 1973 · Page 17
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ARMSTRONG ARROWS, typical of their play throughout the night keep pressure on their opponents as they sweep towards Upper St. Clair goal Action took place last night at Bel-Mont Arena in West Kittbnning as Armstrong School District team beat (Leader-Times photo) Upper St. Clair, 7-5. From left to right are Arrow players Scott Hutchison, Randy Adams, Larry Mon- tebell, Karl Scardina, three unidentified Panthers, and Arrow player Joe Spongier at right. County Team Gets 5fh Victory . . . Dayton Bows 53-60 Arrows TOD To Salt$bur 9 Quint ! ^ ^_ · DAYTON--Davton Hi eh r St. Clair, 7-5 " r I.-*. · The Armstrong School District High Arrows team is one of the best his team School hockey team, the Arrows, won has encountered this season and he their eighth game of the season last would be keeping an eye on the league night in the Western Pennsylvania standings as the Arrows play some of Iriterscholastic Hockey League by the top teams in the coming weeks, downing Upper St. Clair, 7-5 at the Bel- Mont. Arena in West Kittanning. It started off as an easy game as Marty Sanders scored unassisted after 2: | 2 had been played. Greg Capone scared on an assist from Pat McCue and Randy Wassori, making the score, 2-0. the third goal for the Arrows came afterl5:03 of the first period when MfjiCue scored on assists by Randy Wassdn and Fred Burns. £fter 6:14 had been played the visiting Panthers brok| loose with three goals and tied the score at 3-all before the period ended. ]£ the second period Marty Sanders, at 7 Pm -»the "Italian Army award" will assisted by Bob Richardson, gave the ** presented to Arrow player Larry Arrows the first two goals of the period, Montebell. It had been previously an- but the Panthers' Bob Myers came off nounced that the salesmanship award I with an unassisted goal to keep Upper would be given out last night. | St; Clair close on the hells of the ^Arrows, as the score narrowed to 5-4. "Hie Arrows got breathing room when Marty Sanders scored three goals to record a "hat" trick for the Arrows. The attendance was 500 at last night's game. The band was on hand to keep up the enthusiasm of the crowd. Also some left over New Year's eve noise makers were handed to the fans as they entered. The noise makers added more ex-, citement to the atmosphere of the game. Arrows will be home again next Wednesday night as they host Penn Hills High School. Prior to the face-off --Dayton High School basketball team bowed, 62-60 to Saltsburg last night on the Lions floor. It was the first game under new coach Don Jamison, who took over the team for Ed Hobaugh. Ron Barnett led Dayton in rebounds with 22. Dayton junior varsity downed Saltsburg JVs, 58-40 with Terry Hallman getting 15 points and 15 rebounds for the Little Lions and Dan Steele getting 18 points on nine field goals. Scoring for the Dayton varsity were Robert Helm, 22; Ron Barnett, 20; Alan Swast, 12; Lynn Schrecengost, 4; Don McEntire, 2. Non-scorers were Robert Barnett and Joe Griffith. Dayton made 27 field goals and six out of eight at the foul line. Tarentum Outshoots Buffalo The lineups: ARMSTRONG ARROWS TARENTUM -- Tarentum sportsmen defeated Buffalo Valley, 968-965 in an Allegheny Valley Rifle League match shot on the Tarentum range. A. Bowser of Buffalo Valley and D. Bouch of Tarentum led the shooters with a score of 195 each. The individual scoring: - - - · ' --.--.7-unassisted to make the score 7-4 at the end-of the second period. In the final period, Mark McClellan went in unassisted as the Panthers nev.er gave up. This made the score 7-5 andhthat is the way it ended. The Arrows are; now 8-1-1 -for the season and the Panthers are 5-3-1. Hard body contacts were made throughout the game and although not necessarily considered a rough game, it wa^ one of the hardest fought contests thajt the Arrows hayevjbeen in this thi pr, thi ison. huck Leftquist, assistant coach of Upper St. Clair Panthers had high ise for the hard and fast.skating of Armstrong boys. He said that the Spangler, Ralph Campbell,' Larry Moatebell, Don Montebell, Jud Fair, Pat McCue. Karl Scardina. Coach, Jon Spangler UPPER ST. CLAIR Goalie, Joe Mane. Others. Mark McCleUan, Scott Perldns, Jim Myers, Tom Hutchison. Jeff Koenig, Craig Adams, Bill Newman, Chris Koenlg, Fred McDermott, Mike Budlager, Jim Shea. Brian Shea, Kirk Ferentz, Kevin Hart, Craig Hanlon, Jeff Cald- weU. FIRST PERIOD Arrows, Marty Sanders (unassisted). Arrows, Greg Capone (McCue, Wasson). Arrows, Pat McCue (Wassong, Burns). Panthers, Mark McCleUan (Perkins). Panthers, Scott Perkins (McCleUan). Panthers, Ferentz (Shea). SECOND PERIOD Arrows, Sanders (Bob Richardson). Arrows, Sanders (Richardson). Panthers, Jim Myers (unassisted). Arrows. Karl Scardina (Sanders). Arrows, Richardson (unassisted). THIRD PERIOD Panthers. McCleUan (unassisted). Pen. GJs Score Armstrong Arrows 10 3 4 o--7 UpperSt.Clair n 3 j 1--4 Referee: David J. Ankeuy. O i l , I Tarentnm · FIRST TEAM '- - ' · · ' P S K OH TL SO 50 50 45 185 A. Bargerstock 49 SO 46 49 194 E.Dufford 50 48 48 47 193 R.Smyth go 49 so 44 193 R. Bargerstock Sr 50 50 49 44 193 TOTAL 95, Buffalo Valley F S K OH TL A. Bowser 59 49 50 « 195 H.D. Bowser 49 50 48 47 194 Russ. Bowser 50 50 49 45 194 P.Bowser 50 48 48 46 192 C. Marshall 49 49 « « 190 TOTAL .965 SECOND TEAM Tarentum P S K OH TL F.Bargerstock 48 49 48 47 192 C.Voskamp 50 50 47 44 191 A ' Cox 48 46 48 48 190 L.Norris 50 50 46 41 187 A-Nagy 49 46 47 11 183 TOTAL 943 · Boffalo Valley P S K OH TL P.Hindman 50 50 47 42 189 i'^ e " y 50 47 48 42 187 *- Baker 49 45 45 38 177 Two Substitute Scores.... ,«, TOTAL :n Remodeling? LET US PRICE YOUR 'I '/HWW NEW ARMSTRONG CEILING... We Stock Many Styles, ens for · complete price on your bnlldincand remodeling need] PLANNING A NEW KITCHEN OR BATHROOM VISIT OUR SHOWROOM OF MODERN KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETS We'll bo glad to help you in planning your raw project... cost estimates given with no obligationl CADILLAC PAINTS SAVE! FIAT LATEX INTERIOR Gal. EXTERIOR LATEX We Sharpen All Types of Saws and Saw Blades Phone 548-1573 NORTHERN AVE. KITTANINING, PA. 16201 gal. OIL BASE Appleby, HT Warriors Win FORD CITY - Appleby Manor Presbyterians defeated St. John's Lutherans, 35-27; St. Mary's Nicks won over Ford Memorial Methodists, 18-12, and Holy Trinity Warriors downed First Baptists, 40-10 last night in Ford City Interchurch basketball league games played at Appleby Todd Manor Hall. Holy Trinity Warriors are in second place with a 7-1 standing. The lineups: APPLE* Y U T. Sheaaley . . . J.Hileman.... D. Spell B. Crownover . T. Wolfe . R. Petras T. Hlleman . . . ·B. Myers F.AlclbUde .. B. Ingram TOTALS .... O F T O i l 2 0 4 1 0 2 2 0 4 4 0 t 2 0 4 1 0 2 0 0 0 3 2 1 0 2 2 IS 5 35 LUTHERANS n B. Tbomu . . T.Walters . . R. Bureau . . J.Lettrich . . J.Fenaell.. . S. Kramer . . TOTALS.... G FT . 4 0 1 S 1 11 1 2 4 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 2 .12 327 Score by quarters: Appleby Presby .... St. John's Lutherans ST. NICHOLAS 11 R, GriMk J.Panchlk .... B. Urslak B.Opalka Schaffhauser . A.TulIal D.Warcholak .. M.Lyczak .... G F T 0 0 0 0 0 0 O i l 5 1 11 2 0 4 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 . 6 9 6 . 1 4 6 14-35 16-27 METHODISTS U _ D. Blab K n P. Blsh T. Simmons . . . J. Blah T. Potter B. Batdorf .... R. Simmons- . . M. KUnc'unith O F T . 2 0 4 0 0 0 . 1 0 2 . 0 0 0 1 0 2 · 0 0 0 1 0 2 . 0 0 0 ' . 1 0 2 . 0 0 0 . 0 0 0 Small Teams Led By Sam Houston NEW YORK (UPI) _ When you're No. 2, you try harder. Sam Houston State tried a little harder than No. 1 Stephen F. Austin Saturday and now it's the Lumberjacks who will be looking up. The Bearcats defeated Austin, 83^8, at the Lumberjacks' gym in Nacogdoches, Tex., Saturday, then garnered 28 of the 35 first-place votes cast by the United Press International Small College Board of Coaches and 321 points, 79 more than Austin, to take over the top spot for the first time this year. The Lumberjacks had been No. 1 in the ratings since preseason. (Fairmont state is In 12th place this week. One of the players there is Steve Heffner of Ford City who is playing on the varsity in his Freshman year.) Eau Claire, Augustana (111.), Philadelphia Textile, Assumption and Capitol (O.) held the third through seventh slots, Louisiana Tech and Roanoke were eighth and ninth, switching places from last week, and Kentucky State remained 10th. TOTALS 8 218 TOTALS 6 012 Score by quarters: St. Mary's Nicks 0 2 9 7--is Ford Methodists 4 0 4 4--12 WAUUOBSM G F T M.Valek 3 0 « Pavlekovsky... 2 0 4 P.SmiUi 0 o a G. Herbst.. o 0 0 B.Heilman -- 1 l 3 J. Chromiak . . . 1 0 1 B.Volck 2 0 4 R. Vojna 0 0 0 S.Hrlbik 5 0 10 C. Yanott 3 i 7 J. Kromka . l 2 4 TOTALS 18 4 40 BAPTISTS 10 G F T B. Graftoo 1 o 2 K . Kllng'smlth . 0 0 0 J.Abel 0 0 0 S. Cessna o o o J. Spencer 2 0 4 J. FreroUe o 0 0 C. Durec 0 0 0 J.Kilgore 2 0 4 B.King 0 0 0 TOTAIS 5 o 10 Score by quarters: H.T. Warriors 12 10 9 9--40 FirstBaptists . 2 2 6 0--10 STANDING OF THE TEAMS W L Pet. St. Mary's Ukrainians 7 o 1 000 Holy Trinity Warriors 7 St. John's Lutherans g Appleby Manor Presbyterians 6 St. Mary's Nicks Ford Memorial Methodists St. Paul's Episcopal i 5 First Baptists ' ' ' " " \ 7 Holy Trinity Vikings '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.o 7 2 .« 2 .4 5 .3 4 750 '750 .429 .143 .125 .000 Bowling Scores SATURDAY NIGHT MIXED LEAGUE «.·!·'. · .·.."··:!·;'. -.CrtJLANBS . - . . - . . . , - , . ; ,..,, Team Standings: Tangerines, 28-20; Cryst-o-mint, 27W-17V4; Pep-o-mlnt, 27-21; Fancy-o-fruits, JS-JJ- Tropical Fruits, 23-25; Spear-o-mtot, 19-28; Cnerry-o,' 1M6; Orange-o, 19V4-24VS. Team High -- Three Games: Tangerines, 2142. Single Game: Tangerines, 735. Individual High -- Three Games: Mary Anne Bartolovlc, 556; Marge Dracz, 482; Norma Barto, 477. Single Game: Marge Dracz, 200; Mary Anne Bar- tolovlc, 181, 186, 189. INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE HIGHLAND LANES Team Standings: Lanes Inn. 33-21; Valley Bank, 3222; Blsh Motors, 3U4-22V4; Roomers, 2*25; Leonard- Seven Up, 28-26; B £ G Construction, 27V4-26V4; Highland Lanes, 27-27; Eagles, 26-28; Merwin- Kennedy, 25V4-28V4; Kittanning Realty, 25-29; Agway, Inc., 21-33; Farmers Bank, 15Vi-MV4. Team High -- Three Games: Roomers, 2571. Single Game; Roomers, 922. Individual High -- Three Games: Zane Crosby, 616; Floyd Croyle, 610. Single Game: Harold Thevenln, 228. METROPOLITAN LEAGUE HIGHLAND LANES Team Standings: Marines, 35-10; Hooks, 33-12; Chargers, 27-18; Roomers, 26-19; Hits and Misses, 25^ 20; Dirty Birds, 24-21; Tornados. 22-23; Farmer's Delight, 21-24; So Lowes. 21-24; Coach "N Four, 17-28; ESwood Service, 11-34; Dum Dams, 11-34. Team High -- Three Games: Hooks, 2294. Single Game; Maxtaes, 786. Individual High -- Three Games: Audrey Ortman, 500; Betty Barrett, 477; Romayne Smith. 473. Single Game: Audrey Ortmaa, 198. NEIGHBORHOOD LEAGUE HIGHLANES Team Standings: George's Com-Op, 33-18; Slow Pokes, 33-18; Twin Ptoes, 32-19; Twisters, 31-20; Jokers, 30VMOV4; Happy Team, 28V4-22V4; Strikers, 24V4-26V4; Unpredlctables, 24-27; Hilltop Inn, 24-27; Peacocks, 24-27; Bowser's Feed. 21-M; Gutter Balls', 20-31; Ups and Downs, 16-35; Par 4"s, 15Vi-35Mi. Team High -- Three Games: Twisters, 2099; Single Game: Twisters, 741. Individual High -- Three Games: Mary Alice Fralley, 499; Ruth Rupp, 470; Karen Cotibett, 4«9. Single Game: Mary Alice Frafley. 188; Ruby Hancock, 179; Mildred Smith, 178. FORD CITY INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE C-U LANES Team Standings: Jednota Branch 200, 6-0; Andy's · Market, 5-1; McNutt Insurance Agency, 4-3; Sportsmen's Bar, 4-2; Big G Tavern, 4-2; Blsh Motors, 3-3; St. Mary's Ukes, 3-3; Faykosh Funeral Home, 2-4; Ford Cliff Firemen, 2-4; Sterner Travel Agency, 3-1; American Slovak Store. 1-5; Mike Llls, 0-6. Team High -- Three Games: McNutt Insurance. Agency, 2603. Single Game: Big G Tavern, 913. Individual High -- Single Game: Jim Golab, 225. SHANNOCK VALLEY WOMEN'S LEAGUE GREENDALE LANES Team Standings: J.P.S.,39Vi-14V4; Earl's Girls. 32 22; Passerlnfs Sales, 30-21; Palilla's Market, 30-24; Doud's Furniture, 27V4-21V4; William Penn Association, 27-24; Plnkerton's Grocery, 28-26; Rural Valley Bakery, 28-2«; Kay's Music, 25-29; Moore's Hardware, 20V4-32V4; Wyant's Campers 17-34; Yount's Remnants, 13V4-MV4. Team High -- Three Games: J.P.S., 2402. Single Game: J.P.S., 854. Individual High -- Three Games: Lorraine Upllnger. 499; Evelyn Jame, 494; Gloria Hlschuck, 466. Single Game: Lorraine Upllnger, 183; Ruby Nichols, 180; Evelyn James, 177; Barbara James. 177. QUICK WITS LEAGUE FALCON LANES Team Standings: Peppermint Patties, 34-11; Lollipops, Candy Canes, 22-20; Sour Balls, 22-20- Candy Kisses. 21-21; Licorice Sticks, 15-27. Team High -- Three Gam: Peppermint Patties, 1994. Single Game: Sour Balla, 730. Individual High -- Three Games: Bea Depner, 514; Marion Madzy, 512 j Pauline Gowetskl, 497. Single Game: Marion Madxy, 198; Bea Depner. 1W; Mary Troup, 191. 17--Leader-Times Kittanning, Pa. Thursday, Feb. 1, 1973 Ford City Junior High 43-28 Winner ELDERTON-Ford City Junior High basketball team downed Elderton Junior High, 43-28 on the losers'"court. Ford City is now 6-2 in league play and 67 overall. . Ford City scorers were Lou Falsetti, 20; Dave Lerner, 8; Leon Haponski, 6; Tom Minarcin, 5; Carl Oresick, Tim November, 2 each. Elderton scorers were Brumbaugh, 13; Smail, 6; Miller, 4; Plaint, 3; Stiteler, 2. Team 1. S. Hous. St. (28) (16-0) 2. S.F.Austin (5) (17-2) 3. Eau Claire (13-1) 4. Agustna-Ill. (15-1) 5. Phila Tex. (1) (U-i) 6. Assumption (1) (10-1) 7. Capital-0. (12-3) 8. La. Tech (12-4) 9. Roanoke (11-4) 10. Kentucky St. (14-3) 11. Bentley (14-1) 12. Fairmont St. (12-1) 13. Ky. Wesleyan (14-1) 14. Marymnt-Kan. (19-1) 15. Akron (10-4) 16. Howard Payne (16-3) 17. UC Riverside (14-3) 18. tie UC-Bkrsfld (14-5) 18. tie McNeese St. (11-4) 18. tie S.W. Mo. St. (11-5) 18. tie Sacrd Heart (11-7) Points 321 242 230 193 188 130 83 81 78 63 61 44 27 21 20 12 10 9 9 9 9 Before Xerox started, no one believed you could make a decent copy even on one side of a piece of paper. Today w e ' r e m a k beautifully clear copies on both sides of the same sheet of plain paper. Automatically. XEROX We cordially invite you to visit our mobile demonstration facility Friday. Feb. 2. 1973. 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