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THE ABILENE REPORTER-NEWS Abilene, Tex»s, Sunday Morning. January 28, 197t ·-* Wall, Early Clinch Titles By VERLE ENGLERTH .Reporter-News Sports Writer Classic battles are shaping , up around the Big Country in . Classes AAAA through A, but .. Wall in 9-A and Early in 10-A . have just about waltzed home '·'free. Meanwhile, Coleman contin- ·'·ues to pick up steam in 9-AA, but the top battles this week 'see Bowie at Breckenridge ' Friday in a game that'll go a long way toward deciding the 10-AA title and key 8-A contests with Aspermont and Wylie battling toward a district playoff. Wylie won the first half of 8-A action, but Aspermont defeated the Bulldogs at Wylie Tuesday to gain an upper hand in second half play. Coach Bob Moore's Snyder Tigers have been impressive in rolling to a 3-0 mark in 4- AAAA in this Snyder's first year in the big leagues. Burkburnett is 2-0 in 4-AAA second half play and looks toward a sweep of the'dlstrict to avert a playoff. Burk took the initial half of play with a 0-1 record. Lamesa continues to hold a vice-like grip on the 3-AAA ranks, while Big Country representatives Sweetwater and Colorado City are still finding the going a little rough. Childress appears too tough in 2-AA action as it* remains undefeated but Anson and Hamlin are still going at it tooth-and-nail in C-AA. Anson has the upper hand in first half play, having won the title Saturday night with a 6763 win over Winters in a makeup game. Both Anson and Hamlin opened second half play with narrow wins. CUSS A-AAAA CAGE RACES Team Snyder Monterey Hereford .... "f Coronado .. Lubbock High Ptalnvlew 4-AAAA W L Pts. Opp. 3 0 179 121 3 0 159 128 ...2 1 207 122 I 2 128 145 0 3 121 220 0 3 11B 176 LAST WEEK'S RESULTS TUESDAY -- Hereford 95, Lubbock High 39; Lubbock Monterey 3», Lubbock Coronodo 32; Snyder 41, Plalnvisw 42. FRIDAY - Snyder 63, Hereford 37; Monterey 69, Lubbock High 47; Hereford 63, Plolnvlew 32. THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE TUESDAY - Hereford at Snyder; Lubbock High at coronado; Monterey at Plalnview. FRIDAY -- Snyder oj Monterey; Plolnvlew at Lubboc High; Coronado at · Hereford. LEADING SCORERS Player-school TP T!m West, Coronado M Lorry Scott, Hereford - , . 4 5 ,. Gary Brooks, Snyder 41 "Kevin Jones, Snyder 38 Jerry Brooks, Snyder ..38 James Harris, Hereford 37 -Sieve Myatt, Monterey 37 Dan Irons, Monterey - 36 Eric Femn, Uibbort High 36 Henry Jackson, Plalrwlew 30 LEADING SCORERS Player-School Melvln Jackson, Colorado City Greg Jones, Brownficld ... . Kent McCurley, Lamesa Monty Eady, Luke View WHHe Out land, Estccodo Larry Isaac, Estacado Harry McCurley, Lamesa John Lee, Lake View Tommy Williams, Eslacado Greg Sanders, Colorado City .... 2-AA Team Chfldress Quanah Seymour Eledra Shamrock W L Pts. Opp. . 1 0 52 40 . 1 0 64 37 . 0 0 0 0 . 0 1 40 52 Team Burkburnett WF Hlrschl .. , Brown wood - Graham -. Stephenvllle ·:-. Weotherford ' towa Park . - 4-AAA W L Pts. Opp. . 2 0 1 5 6 117 . 2 0 112 '102 ..1 1 712 1H - ' 1r3 208 . 1 1 . 1 1 . 0 2 2 135 117 179 111 132 . . . - V3 1U ,,_ FIRST HALF CHAMPION - Burkbur- ·» ' LAST WEEK'S RESULTS *:. TUiSDAY - Graham 56, Brownwood t«"S2; Burkburnetl 6B, Iowa Pnrk SB; Sie- ^(ihenvllle 76, Wealherford S3; WF Hlr- J*-schi 5ft, Vernon 55. »*- FRIDAY _ Brownwood 60, Vernon 58; *v* Burbgrnett SB, Slcphenvllle S9; WF Hlr- Vschl 56, Graham 47; Weatherford 64, '*· IOWA Pnrk 53. . W THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE ·· TUESDAY -- Brownwood at Stephen- KVvllle; WF Hlrschl at Burkburnetf; ^Weatherford at Groham; Vernon at jj* PRIDAY' -- Burkburnett at Browns' vllle 'at' Vernon; Westherford st WF TP ....177 ... 170 0 1 3 7 6 4 FIRST HALF CHAMPION - Childress, 4-0. LAST WEEK'S RESULTS TUESDAY - Shamrock 57, ElCCtra 56; Quanah 65, Seymour J6; Children (open) FRIDAY - Chlldresj 52, Electro 40; Quanah 64, Shamrock 37; Seymour (open). THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE TUESDAY -- Shamrock at Chlldross; Electro at Ssymour; Qoanah topen). FRIDAY -- Quonah at Chldress; Seymour at Shamrock; Eleclra (open). LEADING SCORERS Player-School TP Earnic Rondle, Childress ..88 Randy Gouge, Shamrock 65 Keith Dowlnn, Quanah ; 56 Ricky Holtom, Quanah 56 Kent Wood, Chidress 55 Roger Hale, Quanah 50 Terry Klein, Electro . 50 Walter Bond, Shamrock .4? Dclmar Dickens, Quanah. 43 Dudley Seal, Childress « 6-AA Team Anson Hamlin Haskell . Stamford Balllnger win W L Pts. Opp. .. 1 0 56 52 . 1 0 55 50 . i o tt a . . 0 1 50 S5 . 0 1 52 Si 67 « ", - Playtr-School '"vDarrell Bohannon, Vernon VRonrile Tatum, WF Hirschi ... n o;Harret Dovis, Brownwood Y'sDovid Lourence, Iowa Park .. '-7 ( .M1ke Miller, Burkburnett Vi'Danny Nix, Burkburnett · *^Lorry Johnson, WF Hlrschl .. :-. David Becker, Steohenvllle ... '''-Larry McMphlll, Burkburnett . ifjPflUt Denn, Burkburnelt . . . . 'v'jparrell Gllmore, Graham 3-AAA Brownfleld 1 punbar 1 W L Pts. ODB. 2 0 141 120 . .. jfl 117 X6lbrado City 0 2 113 IAS Loke View .... 0 2 101 ,176 *f'" FIRST HALF CHAMPION -- Lamesa, *2«. LAST WFEK'S PESULTS T TUESDAY·-- Brownfleld «9, Sweetwa- t* ter 65; Lamesa 71, Colorado Cltv 61; (J.lubbpck Est*radQ 109, Lake View 47; Lubbock Dunbar (openl- FR1DAY -- Dunbar 95, Colorado City 52; Lomesa 70, Eslacado 59; Sweelwater ^ 67, Lak- Vhv/ cj; Rrftwfspirt (n OE n). fe£ THIS WEFK'S SCHEDULE i^- TUESDA V -- Brownfield at Dunbar; yi Colorado City at Lake View; Sweetwater ^ at tstacarto; Lamesa (open). ft : FRIDAY -.Lamesa at Brownfleld; for Esticado af Colorado Cily; Sweetwater K, at Dunbar; LaKe View (open). FIRST HALF CHAMPION -- Anson. 5-0. LAST WEEK'S RESULTS TUESDAY - Haskell 91, Winters 52; Ballinoer 49, Stamford 45. (Makeup games). FRIDAY -- Anson 56, Bdlltnger 52; Harnlln 55, Stamford SO; Hskell te, Winters 67 GIRLS' STANDINGS Haskell, 2-0; Hamlin, 2-0; Winters, 1-1; Anson, 0-1; Stamford, 0-2. FIRST HALF CHAMPION - Haskell, THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE TUESDAY -- Haskell at Anson; Ham- Iln f-t Winters; Baliinger at Mamfcrd. FRIDAY -- Anson at Winters; Ballln- ger ai Hamlin; Stamford at HasKell. LEADING SCORERS PUver-School TP Joe Kretsrhmer, Haskell Ricky Watts, Anson Joe Waggoner, Stamford Milton Jones, Hamlin Mike Goetz, Baliinger Fred Snell, Baliinger David Willis, Homlln Tim Pringlc, Haskell Lee Choate, Winters .. . Robert Buxkemper, Bolllnger FRIDAY -- McComey 47, Ozona 41; COB homo 71, Reogon County 53; Crans at Stanton (game not reported). GIRLS' STANDINGS Coahoma, 1-0; MeCamey* 1-0; Stanton, 0-0; Crane 0-0; Ozona, 0-1; (Friday ntahl's StBnton-Crane oam« trot HALF CHAMPION -- Coa- 5-0. THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE TUESDAY -- Reagan County at Mc- Comey; Stanton at Coahoma; Oiona at FRIDAY -- McCamev ot Crane; Coa- homo at Ozona; Reagan County at Stanton. LEADING SCORERS Player-school TP Steve Bird, Reagan county ...... 101 Terry Shater, Coahoma ....... 96 Dwayne McMeans Stanton (x) ...... 94 Buzzy Stevenson, McCamey ......... 85 Carl Mllam, Crane {x) ...... 7B Monte Barnes Reagan County ...... 72 Troy Kcrby, Coahoma .......... 69 Tom Davenport, Stanton (x) ........ 68 Israel Gomez, McCamey . ....... 67 Rick Wilson, Stanton (x) ..... 66 (X) -- Scoring does not include Friday's Crane-Stanfon game results. 9-AA Teom W L Pti. Opp. Coleman .. - ..... 6 0 512 393 Comanche ............. 5 1 381 313 Clyde ............ 2 3038 322 Hamilton .............. 2 3 254 265 Cisco ......... ! 4 302 321 Easllarel ... , Q 6 24* 276 LAST WEEK'S RESULTS TUESDAY -- Coleman 59, Comanche Si, Hamilton S3, Eastland 35 (Makeup games). FRIDAY - Cisco 61, Eastland 35; Coleman 85, Clyde 68, Comoncha 58, Hamil.on 52. GIRLS' STANDINGS Comanche, 6-0; Eastland, 5-1 ; Clyde, 3-2; Hamilton, 2-3; Cisco, 1-5; Coleman, 0-6. THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE TUESDAY -- Cisco at Coleman; Clyde at Hamilton; Comanche at Easlland, FRIDAY -- Cisco at Clyde; Coleman at Comanche; Eastland at Hamilton. LEADING SCORERS Player-School TP John Waggoner. Comanche ......... 133 Jimmy Elrod, Hamilton ............. 110 Larry Adian, Coleman Leonder , 1 5243 319 Brady - .. 0 6 234 254 LAST WEEK'S RESULTS TUESDAY -- Burnat 56, Brady 53; San Sflba 54, Leander 31; Marble Falls 41, Llano 3*. FRIDAY -- Marble Falls «, Bridy 60; Burnet 55, Leander 47; San Soba 15, Llano 24. THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE TUESDAY -- Lealder at Brady; Llano at Burnet; Marble Falls it San Saba. LEADING SCORERS Player-School Randy Williams, Leander Bob Manning, Burns! Sam Murray, San Saba Sid Mulkey, Burnet Richard Jackson, San Saba ~'" Houv, Burnet Klesting, Brad _..ln Rondell. MorL. . .,. Gordon Martin, Leander . Joe Simpson, Llano Brian Thompson, Burnet . 7-A Team Knox City Archer Ctty Paducah Crowcll . Holllday Munr" Renne Pay, Coleman .... Robert Newton, Clyde ... Eugene Bates, Comanche , Ricky McKee, Co'eman ... Howard King, Eastland ... Bonnie Nichols. Cisco Harold Prescott, Cisco .... Team Bowie . Breckenridge OIncv ' Henrietta Jacksboro 10-AA w L n. OPP. , . . 4 1 277 170 .... 3 2 323 27i . . . 2 2 264 2« . . 2 3 302 339 4 2M 3« W L PH. Off. 2 0 162 8 4 2 0 n 87 2 0 141 106 0 2 85 122 0 2 !5 103 -. 0 2 107 173 FIRST HALF CHAMPION -- Knox City, 5-0. LAST WEEK'S KtSULTS TUESDAY -- Archer City 45, Holllday 44; Knox City 72, Crowell 42; Paducah 83, Mundly 15. FRIDAY - Archer City SO, Crowell 43; Paducah 58, Holllday 41; Knox City 90, Monday 42. GIRLS' STANDINGS Holllday, 2-0; Crowell, 24; Knox City, 1-1; Paducah, 1-1; Archer City, 0-2; Munday, 0-2. FIRST HALF -- Knox City, 4-0; Hol- lldoy, 4-1 (Makeup oame will decide first half champion). THIS WEEK'S RESULTS TUESDAY - Knox City at Archer City; Crowcll at Paducah; Munday at Holllday. FRIDAY -- Pnudcah at Archer City; Crowell at Munday; Knox city at Horn- LEADING SCORERS Player-School Mike Schlobs, Archer city . . . . Will Whltetey, Knox city Carl Wright, Paducah James McGruder, Paducah Repgle Lowder, Hollidav Robert Taylor. Knox City ... Eddie Johnson, Knox City . .. Scoll Clack. Holiday Robert McCorkle, Archer City Jerry Wooley, Paducah TP - . 1 6 0 ....117 ... 107 ...105 8-A . -.52 .-83 7-AA Team Coahoma McComey ._ Stanton (x) 0 0 . 0 0 Crane tV) 0 0 0 0 Reagan County 0 1 53 71 Oiona . . . 0 1 ^1 42 (X) -- Friday night's score not report-'. FIRST HALF -- (Tie) Coahoma, 4-1; Stanton, 4-1. LAST WEEK'S RESULTS TUESDAY - Crane 89, Reaaar " Coahoma " " " inton 57. LAST WEEK'S RESULTS TUESDAY -- Bowln 71. Olney 57; Breekenridpe 107, Jacksboro 58; Hen. rieita (open). FRIDAY -- Bowie 73, Jacksboro 32; Breckenridge 70, Henrietta 55; Olney (open). THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE TUESDAY* -- Bowie at Henrietta; Jacksboro at Olney; Breckenridge 'FRIDAY -- Bowie at Breckenridge; Olney at Henrietta; Jacksboro (open). LEADING SCORiRS Player-School TP Buddy Bragg, Henrietta .-. 107 Paul Blockerby, Breckenridge 97 Steve Gibbs, Bowie 77 Danny Gortvn, Breckenrfdge 76 Greg Gllmore, Henrietta 73 Mike Hobson, Olney 65 Rardy Shanta, Olney 56 Mike Pace, Olney 50 Phillip Thomas, Bowie SO Ricky Perritt, Jacksboro 49 24-AA Team W L Pts. Opp. Burnet . . . . . . . . . 6 0 345 265 Marble Falls . . . . . - 3 Ml? 219 San Soba 3 2 210 191 Llano 3 3 213 516 Team Asptrmont Wylie Jim Ned . MerKel ... Roscoe Albany ... Baird Rofon . . 3 1 236 296 3 1 201 131 .. ? 2 2i6 247 ..2 2 534 211 232 1S9 223 .. . 1 3 . 137 ..0 4 182 Time for Praise . NOTES AND quotes: Hardin-Simmons University opens tennis action against West Texas State Feb. 28. The Cowboys end the season in the Air .Force Academy tourney. Abilene, Christian College footballer Wolfgang HaLbig is officiating bas. :ketball. He teamed with Peaches Bridges . to call the H-SU and UTA freshman game. That game Tuesday, incidentally, was reduced to 24-minutes when the goals had to be adjusted, taking up allotted time for ,|he full 40-minute game. i..This week's letter is from Joe Bailey of 'Brownwood: ' "In this busy world that we live in we so often neglect to count the good things in life and I know your time will not allow you to listen to all the things that your readers have to say, but please let me say this. "I am President of the Early Independent School District, and we have one of the best basketball teams in the Class A district. Now the point I want to make is that we appreciate very much the good report you and your paper have given us. I am not one to run my hometown of Brownwood down but my Scrap Book is filled with clippings from the Abilene paper, for some reason or other our local paper never gives Early any publicity. So I, in behalf of our good people in Early, want to thank you for the recognition you and your paper give us from time to time. If you could happen in the office of our school at any time you would find the Abilene Reporter-News being read. "Thank you for your time and thoughtfulness. "P.S. Just in case you might want to know--our team is 7-0." Now, Joe our job is always to listen closely to our readers. Heaven forbid, if a sports writer ever gets loo busy to listen to anyone, any time. Do appreciate your kind words and the time you have taken to let us know about Early and its fine team. Bill Stovall is a fine sports editor In Brownwood, so I certainly hope you don't use this as a bribe. Coach Ken Pair at Cisco Junior College sends along a letter he received from Coach John I^evra of Stephen F, Austin Stale University concerning the NCAA interpretation of the new recruiting rules. Also, running back Dick Austin is going to play for SFA next year. Coach Levra says: "1 talked lo Hie NCAA office and their interpretation of the new rules are: I. The High School will determine which grade on a student's transcript count lo- ward his overall GPA (Grade Point Aver- age). If he has a 2.0, he will be eligible for an NCAA scholarship. It is entirely dependent upon the individual high school. 2. The'recruitment of only 30 football players will begin next recruiting season, not now. 3. The junior college transfer rule is: a. If a student-athlete graduates from junior college, he is eligible for NCAA participation immediately. b. If he has a minimum of 48 semester hours, with a 2.5 for two semesters, he is is eligible for participation. c. If he has a minimum of 36 semester hours with an overall 2.25 for three semesters, he is eligible immediately. d. If he has a minimum of 24 semester hours, with a 2.5 for two semesters, he s eligible immediately." Coach Levra points out also that summer school terms cannot be counted. The 2-point system is graded on a graduated 4-point system. In other words 2.0 is equal lo a C average. Nebraska's first experience with 30-second dock (in use for all Big Eight games this season and against outside visitors by consent) gave the only 30-second violation to visiting TCU. Frog coach Jim Swaim said of his visit and the three officials being used in (he game, "they didn't see as many fouls as (hose working in the Southwest. They call the game a lot closer in our part of the country. If you saw some nf cur players arguing, it was because Ihey couldn't believe the contact that was allowed. But that's what you go on the road for -- to gain experience." Alvin Landers of Lawn has requested an application blank for the Abilene liegional Golden Gloves lourncy Feb. 9-10 and 16-17. lie plans lo fight in the 160-pound class. FIRST HALF CHAMPION -- V/ylle, LAST WEEK'S RESULTS TUESDAY -- Aspermont 58, Wylie 51; Albany 37, Baird 33; Merkel 46, Rotdn 60; Jim Ned 67, Roscoe 64. FRIDAY - Wylie 75, Rotan 50; Merkel 79, Albany 57; Aspermont 48, Jim Ned 40; Roscoe 49, Balrd 34. GIRLS' STANDINGS Wvlie, 5-0; Jim Ned, 4-1; Balrd, 4-1; Aspermont 3-2; Roscoe 1-di Rotan, 1-3; Albany, 1-7; Merkel. 1-5. FIRST HALF CHAMPION -- Wylie, THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE TUESDAY -- Wylie at Albany; Rotan at Apsefmant; Jim Ned a! Balrd; Ros- COQ at Merkel. FRIDAY -- Roscoe at Wylie; Albany at Rotan; Aspermont af Balrd; Merket at Jim Ned. LEADING SCORERS Player-School ' Jsrvis Haynes, Roscoe James Rogers, Wylie : Eugne Johnson, Aspermont .. Sieve Teatl, Merkel Terry Crocker, Wylte . Jeff Woods, Wylie Kenneth Acorn, Rotan Mork Games, Albany Mif-ey McClure, Jim Ned Robert Morgon, Merkel Coahoma is still fighting it out with Stanton-in 7-AA, but Coleman apparently has the 9-AA race clinched. However, the Bluecats must once again defeat tough Comanche to gain a clear-cut title. Bowie is expected to be 5-1 when it hits Breckenridge Friday night. Coach Bobby Campbell's Buckaroos have rebounded from a pair of league opening setbacks and will host the Jackrabbits with a 3-2 mark and a chance to have a shot at tying Bowie for the league title when it's all over and done. Burnet is too tough in 24-AA and is cruising at 6-0 while Brady is floundering at 0-6 after a series of close losses. Knox City and Paducah are heading for a showdown in 7-A, but Wall is 7-0 in 9-A and just waiting for the crown. B r o w n w o o d Early has closed out the 10-A race after d e f e a t i n g Ranger Friday night. The Longhorns are 8-0 in district, while Bangs Is 5-2 and Ranger now 5-3. Hico remains undaunted in 11-A with its 7-0 record, but Glen Rose is challenging at 6-1. Showdown is set Tuesday when the two teams meet at Hico in a contest that'll decide who gains bi-district play. Schroeder Wins Meet CORPUS CHRISTI - Abilene's Ann Schroeder of Cooper High School swept the Championship division title in the Corpus Christ! Invitational tennis tournament here Saturday. Ann captured first place in her flight by defeating Michele Dodier in three sets for the title. Earlier Saturday in the semifinals, she outdid Linda Marks of Houston Memorial. Miss Schroeder drew a first round bye in the girls' A singles, and then disposed of Katheryn Carter and Debbie Dalglish. In the quarterfinals, she beat Carol Reiger of San Antonio. C a c t u s Schroeder, Ann's brother, made it to the quarterfinals Friday before being eliminated by Tony Giammalva of Houston. Moocfy keeps head down Orville Moody, trying to charge into the lead at the Bing Crosby open, keeps his eyes riveted on the ground long after hitting his tee shot on the fourth hole at Cypress Point Saturday. Moody made up four strokes to overtake Billy Casper and gain the lead at Pebble Beach, Calif. (AP Wirephoto) Moody Overtakes Ailing Casper P E B B L E BEACH, Calif. (AP) -- Jack Nicklaus, the man almost everyone expected to win, was asked if ha could make up a five-stroke deficit in Sunday's final round of the $205,000 Bing Crosby National Pro-Am Golf Tournament. "Look at the: board," he said with a gesture toward the big scoreboard recording the three rounds of this unique tournament. "I made up seven strokes today--with a 71." He was aided by the collapse of Billy Casper, the leader through 36 holes, who blew to a horrendous 78 Saturday and let 01' Sarge Orville Moody vault into the 54-hole lead. Casper, however, refused to Loraine Slops x Fluvanna, 66-55 ____ 191 191 1«9 141 127 115 110 Orville Moody Don Iverson Lannv Wadklns Ray Floyd Jack Nicklaus Billy Casper Dave Marr 9-A Team Wan Sonora . .. Robert Lee . Mason -Junction Eldorado . Menord W L Pts. Opp. 7 0 496 371 5 2 439 404 4 2 3BO 337 3 4 410 436 367 LORAINE - In a District 10-B makeup game here Saturday, tfie Loraine Bulldogs out- Ed sneed lasted a fourth quarter surge Giwy Gilbert by the Fluvanna Buffaloes to n " HH " *"'" take a 66-55 win. Fluvanna outscored the Bulldogs 27-5 in the final quarter, but it was not enough. Loraine now moves to a 9-2 district mark, with Fluvanna Don sixes" 0 dipping to 6-3 in the league. Bob l Ba J iSa l roS« Leading scorer for Loraine was IWfflyk" Michael Jones with 16. He was Bruce .cnmpton matched fiy teammate Don Crawford, also with 16. Fluvanna's Larry White poured in gjjjf* 22 points. LORAINE (6*) -- Mlchale Jonei I t 16; Robert Darnell 6 1 13; Bobby Rose S 1 11; Isath Williams * 8; Don Craw- ... ford S 0 16; Dave Wllltami 1 0 2; Pt-,11 ·. TOTALS 32 2 «. Rik Mosseiigale FLUVANNA (55) -- Larry While 10 2 Jim Wlechers 22; Rirhard Gill 7 2 16; J. W. Whit* 1 0 Al Gelberger 2; David Dever 2 2 6; Chuck Jones 1 0 Mike Kalalm LAST WEEK'S RESULTS TUESDAY -- Robert Lee 70, Eldorado 62; Junction 59, Menard 47; Sonora 56, MPEOH 43; Wall (open). FRIDAY -- Eldorado 50- Junction «? Menard 73, Mason 60, Wall 69, Sonera 59, Robert Lee (open). GIRLS' STANDINGS Eldorado, 9-0; Robert Left, 5-3; Menard 5-4; Wall, 5-4; Sonora, 4-4, Mason, 1-8; Junction, 1-8- THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE TUESDAY -- Eldorado at Mason; Robert Lee at Junction; Meanrd at Wall; Sonora (open). FRIDAY -- Wall at Eldoradn; Mason at Robert Lee; Menard at Sonora; Junction (open). LEADING SCORERS Player-School TP Darryle Weishuhn, Wall 162 Mark Rousselot, Sonora 132 . _ . _ _ _ _ _ Robert Dierschke, Wall 129 2; Joe BHano 2 3 7; TOTALS 2 3 9 55. bob Murphy Bruce Kerbow, Sonora 118 Loraine 21 26 14 5-66 Jim Barber Rob CAumlord, Robert L«e 1« Fluvanno 10 1227-55 Bobby Nichols Kodv Kothman, Junction -117 - ' ' ' Bob E. Smith Les Peterson Don Massengali Lee Wykle Butch Baird Phiillp'Mvyer, Mason .. Lee Callan, Menard Lee Murchijon, Menard Bill Rowaldt, Robert Lee 703 77 DISTRICT 10-A Team W L Pts. Opp. Brownwood Early . . 8 0 528 290 Bangs . . 5 2 577 339 Ranger . . .. 5 3 4D9 364 Cross Plains , . 2 5 321 374 De Leon . . . 2 6 371 U9 Santa Anna 1 7 345 435 LAST WEEK'S RESULTS TUESDAY -- Bangs 61. De Leon 50; Early 63. Cross Plains 50; Ranger 47, Santa Anna 32. FRIDAY -- Bangs 44, Cross Plains 26! Early 61, Ronger 56; Oe Leon 58, Sanla Anna 53. GIRLS' STANDINGS Cross Plains, 7-0; DC Leon, 6-2; Early, 5-3; Santa Anna, 4-4; Rana.cn 1-7; Bangs 0-7. THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE TUESDAY -- Bangs at Ronqcr; Early at Santa Anna; Cross Plains ct De Leon. PRIDAY -- Santa Anna at Bangs; De Leon at Early; Ranger at Cross Ploins. LEADING SCORERS Plaver-School TP David woiklns. Early 161 Martin Golhke, Ranger 154 James Bottles, Ronger 137 Lance Blackwell, Early 135 Tony Seal, Santa Anna 118 Gary Pork, De Leon 108 Jlcki Fisher, Bangs 93 LnrrvSkoggs, Early 92 Craig Smith, DC Leon 91 David Homer, Santa Anna 68 DISTRICT 11-A Team W L Pts. Opp. Hlco 7 0 456 307 Glen Rose 6 1 466 326 Dublin 3 3 335 331 Valley Mills .. . . . . 3 3 283 334 Goldthwalte 1 5 252 376 China Spring . 0 6 214 328 LAST WEEK'S RESULTS TUESDAY -- Glen Rose 60, China Spring 43; Dublin 65, Goldthwalte 40; Hico 64, Vslley Mills 45. THURSDAY -- Glen Rose 76, Goldth- walle 43. FRIDAY -- Vallpy Mills 58, China Spring 44; Hico 64, Dublin 42. GIRLS'STANDINGS Dublin, 6-0: Glen Rose, 6-1; Valley Mills, 5-1; China Spring, 1-5; Hlco, 1-6; Goldthwaile, 0-6. THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE TUESDAY -- Goldthwoltf at China Spring; Dublin At Valley Mills; Glen Koso at Hlco. FRIDAY _ Dublin at China Spring; Glen Rose at Valley Mills; Hlco at Gold lima He. LEADING SCTRERS Player-School TP Calvin Conger, Glen Rose 146 Bennle B«it«y, Hlco 114 Buddy Moyfleld, Hlco 91 Galen Llndsey, Hico 90 Randall Joiner, Dublin ,. 76 Terry McLcon, Goldlhwaltt 74 Tyrone Hatley, Glen ROJI 72 Bill Fhhtr, OOMIhwa'te 72 Tom Griffith, Dublin Terry Tate, Dublin ason Rudolph Kermlt Zarley Jim Simons Don Bles J.c. sneod Gene Littler Alien Miller Dale Douglass Tom Jenkins Chuck Thropc · ' polmer Valley Mills Wins, 58-44 VALLEY MILLS - The Val- ATM",;, ley Mills Eagles raised their ceorge District 11-A cage record to the .500 mark here Friday night with a 58-44 win over district foe China Springs. China Springs is still winless jrlh Mac McLendon BCD DSckson Tom Shaw Mike .McCullough George Boutell - - ( y EJchelberger (Fined t Doug Olson Johnny Miller - ' " 'ney ,, . record. . Leon Lewis poured in 16 r points for the Eagles, followed effi aX closely by teammate Tom j L a a c b k r °utJfs rr " Vannatta with 15 points. The JSTM ^TMJ only player to reach double Tom watson figures for China Springs was o?TMfiJ«S°" Quentin Bird with 12. %% «,,»,$,,,, CHINA SPRINGS (44) -- Bird 4 4 12; Ron Cerrudo Watkins 7. 0 4; Pack I 1 $! Loi\q 1 5 7; Tom Wlskopf Webster 4 0 8 ; Shows 4 0 8; TOTALS 17 Gjorge Johnson 10 44. Richie Karl VALLEY MILLS (58) -- Glenn Burns Tommy Jacobs 3 3 9;-Bill Hcnkleman 3 0 6: Leon Lewis Jim Ferriell 5 6 16; jerry Sears 4 0 E; Tom Vannatta Bobby Mitchell 7 1 15; Jim Oonolson 1 0 J; Roger Fox Don Padgett 1 0 1; TOTALS It 10 58. ^ BruM Summerhyaj China Springs 7 1 6 6 i5-« Joel Gotdstrand Valley Mills 14 11 1? 14-58 Elwln Fanning · THE LEADERS 71-6W9-506 Don Cherry 72-68-70-210 Ken Towns 72.70.68--210. Lowson Little 7,1-70-70--211 Francisco Lopez 71-69-71-211 Bob ANard IT IB -n Sieve Fr bert 66-47.78-211 Herb HooMr 71-71-70-212 Roberto Bernardlnl 71-73-49-213 grlan Barnes " ,. ,,, ,., Din Lippstreu 76-68-49-213 Jsck Mon | gonner y 75-70-49-214 Dick Lotz 74-67-73 214 J' m Ahern " " 'f":" Terry Wllcox 75-71-48-214 Lon HIMe 72-70-73--215 Fred Marti 77-76-72-215 i lm Colbert 72-71-72--215 George Hlxon 74-72-70-216 Jonnny Poll 74-71.71-216 i 1 . 1 " H . a ;?V 74-72-70-216 ,11TM J ;! ter . 71-71-74-216 "rrv Wood 75-70-71-216 f* Stiav. 74-71-71--216 Cr / flrl !? Lelder . 74-70-73--217 Al , J ° r| riston_ 74-71-72--217 D"' cn Harrison 73-71-73-217 Jimmy Ukauka 7M1-70-2I7 Bjrry JjKkel 79^6^9 ;i7 Dove Mara 73-74-70-217 Curtis Slllord 77-72-66--217 Ron Rei[ 74-71-7J-2I7 Soeedy Nash 72-74-17--217 J ess Crawford 71-73-73-217 Donate Reynold 70-75-72-217 Som Adams 74-72-72--218 ' 75-70-73-218 71-73-74-218 71-72-75-218 49-72-77-21S 73-73-73-219 72-72.75--219 73-72-74--2W 71-75-73-219 77.71-72-220 75-71-74--220 73-70-77-2JO 75-75-70-223 75-76-69-22) 73-77-70-liO 71-78-71-220 75-71.74-220 72-74-72--223 77-69-75--221 71-72-71-221 74-76-71--221 72-75-/4-221 7J-71-74-221 74-73-74-221 72-7J-76-221 '/. -7-7J-221 774-72--n\ 727J-/4--.21 74-74-73--221 71-75-75--221 75-74-72--221 74-74-73--221 75-75-72-222 73-76.73-221 73-77-77-222 74-75-73--222 77-74-71-222 77-75-70-222 81-75-74--232 78-74-80--232 78-61-73--232 take refuge in a handy excuse -- a torn muscle in his back that has plagued him for more than a month. "That had nothing to do with it," he said. "I just couldn't get the ball in the hole." Moody, whose only official tour victory came in the 1969 U.S. Open, had a solid, three-under-par for a 206 total, 10 under par and a bulging four strokes in front of a pair of youthful challengers tied for second. Don Iverson and 1972 rookie 74.79-81-234 shared the No. 2 spot at 210. 78.74-82-234 Wadkins had a 68 and Iverson 83-74-75-234 TO 76-7?-77-235 '«· "'"''·pas Nicklaus, who won two of 7jj(H8-234 his seven 1972 titles at Pebble 7M3-77-236 Beach, was tied with Casper uwl-m, and former PGA champion "·82-withdrew 85-85-wiihdrcvi d a third round 70. " Witn a four shot lead '" Moody said, "if I can play at all, I should win. I don't think anybody is going to tear up the course. If I shoot one or two under par Sunday, it would take a super round for anyone to catch me." Cisco Upset By McLenitan Qualify) WACO -- Coach Bob Derryberry's Cisco Wranglers saw their 13-game winning streak slither down the drain here Saturday night in falling to host McLennan Community College, 83-69, after leading 37-36 at the half. CJC falls to 4-1 in Northern Texas Junior College Athletic »6-72.7i-223 Conference play and 19-2 for 75.7WT-223 the year. The winners are now TM"*:TM 13-3 on the season and 7-1 in 's'/a-'tln conference with a lone loss to 80-72-72-224 CJC in a previous NTJCAC 73-7S-73--724 rinmn 7S-74-75-I24 gdHlC. 75.75-74-224 ,,. (1-74-82-224 Cisco, which saw four start- nwtja ers toul out of lhe Same along with a substitute to make it 72-76-75-223 JuniorHigh Games Reset Ben Kern Jim LanQlcy Jock fleck Jerry McGee AI Menoert Pele Brown John Atahafrey Gay Brewer Jimmy Wrtghl Last Thursday, the regularly scheduled freshman basketball games were postponed due lo \£TM KS' M snowy weather conditions. S5t eL ffi Those ballgames -- Madison Bobby Greenwood at Mann and Lincoln at T L S'KiVe cb ' rl Franklin - have been re- ^ffiiny scheduled for 5 p.m. Feb. 15. t"! 1 7,, zl , M j er The games that were origi- Bob EOSIWOM" nally slated for Jan. u have B Fo r ?e°sf'Fe.i.r been reset for Feb. 12 at 5 " p.m., Lincoln will be at Madison and Franklin will visit Jefferson in that pair of makeup games. 73.78-73-224 72-77-75-224 74-/9-71--224 75-77-72-224 76-74-74-224 75-77-73--225 7i.«-72-225 77-74-7.1--225 77-72-76-225 7!-73-74-i25 74.J4-77-225 74-79-72-225 74-74-78--226 75-77-74-226 75.74.77-226 77.74-75--226 75-74-77--226 74-79-71-226 76.73-77-224 60-75-71-226 7S-SO-71-226 five, was led by Paul Palmer of Abilene and Randy Mc- Hanay o! Hamilton, both of whom scored 20 points, Starters Gary Barnes, John Reich, McHanay, Greg Rogers and substitute Farold Jackson went to the showers via fouls. Next contest for CJC is Monday when the Wranglers travel to Weatherford Jumor College for another league game. MCLENNAN mi -- idle) 7 3 17; Corley 5 4 H: Booker 2 2 6; Goy 4 5 13; Miller 4 10 la; Allord 1 0 2; Colwlck 1 0 2; LOBPO 3 5 II; TOTALS 27 29 M. CJC (4» _ Barnes 1 3 5; Reich 1 3 5; Polmer · 4 20; Rogers 4 3 11; McHqnoy 10 0 20; Tcel 0 3 4 ; Jockson I 2 4; oTToVAL 0 h«' n 6, 00 °' H ° 08man0 Hollllme - CJC 37, McLennan 36 Ranger ibsfs Ccoke County 844B-75-227 -J-76-76-277 Poul Moran AMka Reoior Marty Plflckman Jim ban) Dill Johnston Roy Pace Gary Groh Jerry Barrier George Bayer RANGER - Nineteen point performances by Hillard Carnegie and James Holcomb led Ranger Junior College lo a 71*55 conference win over SIHtll; Conkc Cnlmtv · Illn i° 1 ' College 70*78-22! here Saturday. 80-75-73-221 ,, , 74-74.78-228 R a n g e r s overall season 76.74:79-22! mark is now to 13-10 with the .ws'-fcla victory, and they moved io a el''!'""TM 4- * recor ^ in N °rthern Junior "-7J-76-231 College Alhletic Association i7.!.in_Ti conference play. Cooke's re- cord in the conference is now 0-4. liangcr will continue its conference battles Monday night in Ranger whe:i Hill Junior College comes to town. COOKB COUNTY (SJ) - JomC Wol- loco 1 I 3; Charles Swede 7 4 18! Ike Jawes 1 1 3; Jerry .tossell 2 2 6; Dovid Harrlsson 2 2 6j Lorry Lewis 6 3 15) Sieve Simon* -i ? S: TOTAL" " 1; 57. RANOER (\ - Robert Euro * 1 131 Harold Daniels 3 1 8: Jomss Hotcombt 8 3 19i Hlllsrd carntoie 8 3 19i Anthony Hvans 4 2 10; Roflet Campos l 0 It TOTALS .10 11 71. H/LFTIME - Ranger 3», Cooki Counlv

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