The Times Standard from Eureka, California on January 31, 1971 · Page 17
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Eureka, California
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Sunday, January 31, 1971
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Eureka, California Sunday, January 31, 1971 -- Page 17 GVC Cage Encounter Defense-Mi nded C/R Wins Again Defense again proved to be the salvation of the College of the Redwoods basketball team Saturday night, when the Corsairs took a 66-49 win over visiting Feather River College in a Golden Valley Conference clash. Now 6-2 in GVC competition. and at worst in second place, depending upon the outcome of games elsewhere in the league, the Corsairs held their foes to 19 points in the second half after fighting to a 30-30 halftime tie. It was Feather River's Mike Egge-ring, a 6-1 freshman, who Parochials Trip Tribe CRESCENT CITY - St. Bernard's outscored Del Norte. 1714, in the final quarter to post a 50-40 interconference victory Saturday night. In the preliminary contest Del Norte's junior varsity topped St. Bernard's, 57-46. The Crusaders' Hugh Mechals topped game scoring with 23 points. De' Norte's Jeff.Moon had 18. Guard ,,Iay Smolik paced the St. Bernard's varu'iy .win by scoring seven of the Crusaders' S.F. State 'Jacks Nab Fifth Spot In Tourney .SAN FRANCISCO-Humboldt Slate wrestler Jeff Fern absorbed his first defeat of the year -- bowing to Lee Torres of Cai Poly in the . finals. But heavyweight, Johnny Johnson came up with three pins for a championship at the San.Fran- cisco, Stale Invitational Saturday. : The Lumberjacks, as a team, finished fifth.-behind first-place Cal PolyrSan Luis Obispo, followed by Seattle -Pacific, U.S. International and San Francisco State. Nineteen teams were entered. ' · . . . . . . Humboldt's Rich BaccWini took fourth in the 177-pound class. Eureka Nabs Mat Victory Over Hoopa Eureka High defeated Hoopa, 32-18, in a wrestling meet Saturday night, remaining undefeated in league competition. The Loggers are. now 5-0-1 while Hoopa is 42. Individual results follow: 97--Gutierrez (E) dec. Cushman, 4-2. 105--Good 1 (E) dec. Cushman, 20-0. 114 - Streeter (E) ·. dec. McCutcheon, 17-0. 122--Masten (H). dec. Conner, 13-2. 129--McGuire (E) Tie Bussel, 3-3. 135-Hogue (H) dec. Viale, 65. 140--Comacho (E) by forfeit. 147--McClelland (H) pin Ros- losnik. 156--Frassine (E) dec. Leach, 12-0. 167--Younger .(E) pin Marshall. 177--Figas (E) 'dec. Rynearson, 11-8. 193--McKnight (H) pin Robinson. Unlimited--Grannis (E) by forfeit. fourth quarter points. He finished with 11. The Crusaders had been-down. 36-33, at the end of three quarters and look -.hi lead back foi good wish live minutes left in the game. The halfiime score was 24-^'i in St. Bernard's favor. Both teams were cold from the floor. Del Norte connected on 23 per. cent of their shots (1252) and St: Bernards tallied 27 per cent (16-59). SCORING SUMMARY VARSITY ST. BERNARDS -- Rogers. 9 Biord, 7; Pinochi. 3: Smolik, U; Robertson, 6; Cavanaugh, 4; Hayhurst, 5: Cloney, 5--50. DEL NORTE - Schneider, 1 Moon, 9; Elder,. 7; Ross, 4; Mello. 5; Speer, 2--40."" JUNIOR VARSITY ST. BERNARDS --' Barry, 3; Daly, 3; Hurst, 5; Livingston, 3;,Mechals, 23; Walsh',.3; Miller 2; Steffen, 2; Fogarty, 2--4B DEL. NORTE -- -Dunham, 5; McCulloch, 4; Womack, 4; Hilger, 13; Reagan, 1; Lytle, 5; Huber, 7; Moon, 18--57. McK Matmen Knock Over Del Norters CRESCENT CITY -- McKinleyville High downed previously unbeaten Del Norte, ,31-21, in a k e y B i g F i v e Conference wrestling match Friday night. Individual results follow: 97 -- Rick Eacret (M) pin Gary Parkhurst. 107 -- Randy Hammers (M) dec. Tim Shelly, 5-0. 114 -- Ron Hendricks (DN) pin Lee Russel. ' 122 - Del Cole (M) dec. Ken Franks, 6-3. 129 -- Steve Hendricks (DN) dec. Virgil Vaughn, 12-11. · 13-1 '-- Doug Roberts (DN) dec. Earl Moon, 10-5. 140 -- Rex Horton (M) dec. Kevin McCoy, 8-3. 147 -- Jim Moon CM) pin John Pappas. 156 -- Wayne Edwards (M) pin Larry Jones. 167 -- Alan Roberts .(M), dec. John Mouritscn, 11-1. 177 -- Fred Russum (DN) pin Rich Wier, Unlimited - Mike Rude (DN) pin Wilbur Freeman. Sports On TV Today · SUNDAY :00 a.m.--Basketball: N. Y. Knlcks vs. Baltimore, Channel 3 Hockey: St. Louis at Boston, Channel 6 14 coverage may interrupt games) .m.--American Sportsman, Channel 3 ,m.--Andy Williams-San Diego Open Golf, Channel 3 Listings are compiled from infor- furnished by stations and are sub- change without notice. (Apollo 1:15 p. 2:00 p. Note: mation iect to dominated the night's scoring however. He tanked 20 points, mostly in the first half. But Redwoods had four men in double figures. Kirb'y Walsh with 15. Gary Spafford and Dave Snell with 14, and Doug Oliveira, 10. 'We're going to be known for defense." Corsair coach Bill Treglown proudly proclaimed after the win. The Corsairs shot-almost 64 per cent from Ihe floor, more than double the 31 per cent that Feather River connected on. .They hit on 26 of 4:t shots, against Feather River's 18'of 57. From t h e . free throw line. Redwoods made 14 of 24 on Feather River's 19 fouls. The Corsairs committed a like n u m - ber of personals, with the visitors taking 29 free shots' and making 13. SCORING SUMMARY FEATHER RIVER - Mcln tire, 5; Joseph, 5: Parker, 11; Pereira. 6: Eggering. 20: Stallions. 2; Foley, 0; Boston, 0; Davis, 0--49. , REDWOODS Walsh. 15; Spafford. 14; Snell, 14; Oliveira. 10: Mallory. 5: Schirmann. 0; Peloza, 6; Wootan, 2; Jasper. 0;' Webster, 0: Congdon, 0; Mills, 0-66. Five-Way Tie San Diego Open Lead Is Shared SAN DIEGO (AP) - Millet Barber, gunning for his second consecutive victory, shouldered his way into a group -of five players tied for the top in the third round of $150.000 Andy Williams-San Diego Open Golf tournament Saturday. Barber had .a 54-hqle total of 207.and was tied with former Masters champion George Archer, .'Bob Stone, Lee Elder and Dave Eichelberger. The group, one of the largest in years to be tied for the No. 1 position going into .the last round, was nine under par on tha 6;792.-yard Torrey Pines Golf Club .course. Stone, a silver-haired 40-year- old in only his fourth year on the tour, -made up the most ground in the warm, sunny day, shooting a five-imder-par 67. War Tiors Tip L.A. OAKLAND (AP) -- Joe Ellis' jump shot with 50 seconds to lay Saturday night gave San Francisco an 87-85 victory, over s Angeles and moved' the Warriors within two games of :he first place Lakers in the Pacific Division of the National Basketball Association. Keith Erickson of the Lakers missed a shot with 25 seconds eft, and the Warriors held the Mil to post the victory before Lheir biggest "home" crowd of Ihe season, 11,945 at the Oakland Arena. The Lakers had the worst scoring period in their history, with just 10 points in the opening quarter. They trailed 21-10,' and were down 47-40 at halftime of the low-scoring game. But they led several times in the 'inal period when guards Jerry West and Willie McCartcr brought them long-range buckets. SACRAMENTO -- Humboldt State overcame a height disadvantage with a 52 per cent 'ield goal shooting percentage n upsetting the Sacramento State Hornets, 65-59, in a Far Western Conference contest here last night. The 'Jacks poured in 28 of 55 'ield goal attempts and 11 of 14 'free throws as five players scored in double figures. Friday night they hit 50 per cent of ,heir shots in overcoming Sonoma State, 98-72. Humboldt State is 2-2 in FWC Eureka Runs H-DN Mark to 6-0 Rolls Over Ferndale Eureka High's Loggers' kept a firm hold on first place in the Big Five conference by downing the cold-shooting Ferndale Wildcats, 64-43, Saturday night in Che Eureka gym. In the preliminary inter-conference contest, Ferndale's junior varsity came from behind to top Eureka, 52-43. Dennis Leonardi and. Greg Shaha each tallied 14 points for Ferndale. Malt McDaniel hit 12 points and James Skillman 10 for the Loggers. In the varsity affair, Eureka jumped off to a 15-5 first quarter lead and was never in trouble. The Loggers led at the h a l f , 31-15. Eureka coach Julian Erickson was very pleased with hie team's performance and thought thill they plnycd a better game than the ni«ht before against McKinleyville. Ferndale connected on only 22 percent of their shots (13-62). Eureka hit 38 percent of its shots (26-69). Even on Boards Rebounding was fairly even with the Loggers pulling down 40 and the Wildcats, 38. Ferndale held the edge from the foul line, tanking 17 of 27 attempts to Eureka's 10 for 13. Eureka forward -Bruce Angell took game scoring honors with 11 points. Guard Jed Jennings added 17 for thc'-Loggers. Guard Dave Titus hit 18 points and center Jeff Nilscn. 10 for 'the Wildcats. Eureka is now 6-0 in the Big Five and holds a two and a half game lead over Arcata (3-2). Fenidnlc's record ia now 2-3 and they are two and half ;ames behind Little Four front runner St. ( Bernard's. SCORING SUMMARY VARSITY FERNDALE -- D. Titus, 18; Ayers, 6: Bugenig, 1: Nilsen, 10; Larsen, 2; Gomes, 1; Nairne, 2; Coppini, 1; Paine, 2; Lakin, 0; S. Titus, 0; Gary, 0 -- 43 EUREKA -- Jones, 6; Lucich, 7; Angell, 19; Jennings, 17; Spinas, 7; Blanc, 2; Murray, 2; Mares. 2; Anderson, 2; Fuller, 0; Poovey, 0; Cook, 0; Richtcr, 0 -64 JUNIOR VARSITY FEUNDALli -- Shaha. 14: Griggs, 8; Leonardi, 14; Bugc- nig, 11; Jorgenson, 3; Wynn, 2 -- 52 EUREKA - Skillman, 10; Lin- gnrd, 2; Madsen, 8; McDaniel, 12; Waish, i; Snukko, 9 - 43 GARY SPAFFORD (21-with ball) of College of the Redwoods takes a jump shot while Feather River's David Joseph (21) sticks his arms up to block it during Saturday night's Golden Valley Conference basketball clash in the C-R field house. Looking on is Feather River's Greg Mclntire, (24). Redwoods won, 66-49, over the visitors from Quincy. --(Neil Gilchrist photo) DON TERBUSH, EDITOR HSC Wins Second FWC Contest Edges Sacramento 5 competition arid will be at home starting Tuesday night for six successive league contests. Sacramento State's FWC record dipped to 1-3. "Defensively they played a great game," declared assistant coach Dick Dowling. "Everybody shot well and we got balanced scoring. They've really looked good the last two nights." Coach 'Dick Niclai's charges started the game with a full court press, then switched to a half court in grabbing a 28-27 halftime edge. Arcata Wins ARCATA -- Holding height- shy Little Four visitor South Fork to 10 points in the first half, Arcata High's Tigers romped to a 59-21 varsity victory in a basketball doubleheader Saturday night. In the junior varsity preliminary, the Arcatans moved into a tie for first place in the Big Five frosh soph race by dump- ng the Little Cubs, 59-41. Arcata, and Fortuna, whom the Kittens defeated Friday night, are tied at 5-1. The two weekend varsity vic- .ories lifted the Tigers above .he .500 mark in league competition for the first time this season. They are now 4-2 in the Big Five race. Forward Ron Pontoni scored 2 points to lead the Tigers' varsity while guard Bob Turner chipped in 11. Center Spencer Benbow managed a six point total to top South Fork. Arcata's Garth lorg tallied Ifi points to lead the junior varsity scoring, while teammate Chris rlutton chalked up 14. At the end of a quarter of the varsity contest Arcata had a 13-6 lead and widened it to 2510 by halftime. At the end of three the gap was 52-15. SCORING SUMMARY VARSITY SOUTH FORK -- Mitchell, I: Wood, 2; Benbow, 6; K. French, 5: Pcrnson, 2; D. French, 3: Wallace, 2; Early, 3; Viics, 2; Uribc. 2-21. Hockey Results NIII; Los Angeles 3, Detroit 5, ..tic Philadelphia 5, New York 2 Toronto 5, Montreal 4 Pittsburgh 3, Chicago 1 ARCATA -- Pontoni, 2; Woolsey, 8; Mortensen, 71; Turner, 11; Hoyez, 3; Hutton, 8; Wright. 2; Cox, 3; Oulette, 4; Weatherbee, 2--59. JUNIOR VARSITY SOUTH FORK - Thomas, 6; Carey, 12; Smith, 11; Doose. 3: Archer, 2; Good, 4; Lange, 3-41. ARCATA -- Hutton, 14: Os borne, 6; lorg, 16: Hawkins, 10: Bulhvinkle, 2; Van Deren, 7: Swofford, 3; Winkle, 2--59. The 'Jacks broke fast at the start of the second half and rolled up a five-point lead which they maintained until the Hornets pared off one in the final three minutes of play. HSC then acquired si. one-and-one free throw situation and iced the contest. Guards Greg Bognuda and Carl Massey netted 15 and 14 points, respectively, to pace the Lumberjacks scoring. Forward Gordon Newton was high for the losers with 11. Sacramenio State shot 22-for- 62 from the field and converted 15 of 20 free throw tries. Thej out-rebounded the s h o r t e i 'Jacks, 42-26. Mike Schmandt. Jim Schwerm and Bob Williams captured sev en rebounds apiece for the Humboldt Staters. SCORING SUMMARY SACRAMENTO -- J. Jones. 8: Maloney, 6; Woodard. 2; Sanders, 0; Carr, 0; Berens, 2; Lewis, 0; Stcinmetz, 8: Ray, 9; Wood. 5; Newton. 11; S. Jones. 6; Dubois. 2 -- 59. HUMBOLDT - Bognuda, 15 C o p l a n d . 4 ; .Massey, 1 4 ; Schmandt, 10; Schwerm, 12; Williams, 12 - 65. AMATEUR BOXING MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6 Box Office Opens 7:00 Boxing begins 8:15 First 3 rows downstairs and upstairs are reserved seats, all others general admission. Get your reserved seats and General Admission Tickets at: Cliff's Men's Wear--A Section, Row 2 3, I Section, Row I, 2 3; Air Way Vacuum Cleaner--B Section, Row I, 'i 3; Club ^Unique--C Section, Row I, 2 3; Bucksport Sporting Goods--D Section, Row 2 3, E Section, Row I, 2 3; DV Liquor; in Fortuna--D Section, Row I and F Section, Row 2 3; Harris F Liquors--G Section, Row I, 2 3; NS Liquors--H Section and K' Section, Row I, 2 3; Sportsman's Club -- J Section, Row I, 2 3; The Shanty--L, M N Section, Rows i, 2 3. THIS WEEK'S INSTALLED FREE 24-MONTH SPECIAL BATTERY- REGULAR EXCHANGE PRICE 17.95 Gives adequate starting power 12 volt. E for most c a r s - a t low cost. ' Sizes 22F, 24, 24F, and 29NF. **- l '» 10-QT. SUPREME OIL FOR TORTUOUS STOP-AND-GO DRIVING Give your engine the finest protection for the severest VS44 weather conditions. 10W-40. ' , Installation Available SAVE $20 ON PORTABLE AM/FM SOLID-STATE CAR RADIO! Plug in-take out for music anywhere! Locks to prevent theft. 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