Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on December 23, 1970 · Page 25
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FORES' .-ARK I'ii/.EW, WEO\t,:DAY. DECEMBER ;:3, 1970, PAGE 25 SPORTS PAGE Walther Broncos Lose One In Overtime By Karen Schiewe The Walther Broncos played in.overtime last Saturday against Elmwood Park but the extra three minutes wasn't enough time for them to gain another victory. The game was played at an even pace and the Broncos managed to keep out in front at the end lof each quarter. Both teams had [more than 20 turnovers, making the contest very wild. Rick Pygman led both teams in points with a total of 24 and only were free throws. Walther outrebounded 40-25 but fhe Tigers made up for that, jinking 49% of their shots, while Broncos shot only 37%. Each team had a total of 25 Baskets and Walther scored two points less than the Tigers at |he free throw line. This made ihe difference in the final score. I The Broncos were losing 54-52 dth 6 seconds left in the game, then senior Rick Kline swished an outside shot, tyingupthe game. Elmwood Park then called two time-outs, with 2 seconds and then 1 second left in the game, but their final play failed as Pygman intercepted the pass and threw the ball from half court as it bounced off the- rim and just missed going in. Walther was behind by two points in the overtime with 4 seconds remaining when coach Rasmussen called a time-out, setting up the Broncos' final play. The ball was moved down the court to Al Buchholz, who took the final shot which just missed the hoop. Buchholz was second in scoring for Walther with. 10 points. The Broncos will be competing in Timothy Christian's Holiday Tournament, meeting Prosser Vocational in their first game on Demember 28 at 8:00. Fora Merry Christmas For you, we prescribe good wishes, glad greetings and much gratitude. BARONE PHARMACY 7444 Narrisn St. Ffl 8-1185 V.F.VV. Bow/ing League V.F.W. BOWLING i'"jrry's Penny Lounge Community M l :tals Trage Bros. Old Style Circle Lanes Wilbert Vt'-ult Schamberger Neighborhood Finance W. 25 22-1/2 19 18-1/2 16 16 14 13 L. 11 13-1/2 17 17-1/2 20 20 22 23 1st Place Team • Harry's Penny Lounge Front Ruw -.Dick Smith, Danny Farley; Back row - Corky Tanzer, Sam Niko, Si-., Sam Niko, J.-. Sf. Bernard/no Bow/ing League News LADIES BOWLING Liquors 31 Forest Park National Bank ' 30 Reich & Becker 26 Ti-age Bros. 26 Sam Sansone 25 Miller Drugs 25 M^hr Oil Co. 23 Qultsch Florist : ' 22 Marie Tierney bowled high game of 218 and Frances. Walsh bowled high series of 497 Chika Gymasts Win Again Coming off a pair of impressive wins over Ball State and the University of Indiana, Chicago met the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The Circle quickly posted an easy 161.25 victory over North Carolina's 124-45. For Chicago this was the first time this season they have reached the 160's. Coach Bill Roetzheim was extremely pleased and hopes that Circle can remain consistent in tnese high scores. In the various events many Chikas hit for impressive 9 plus counts. Here's to a Yule that's fresh and bright, sparkling with merriment for you and yours. Thank you, our fine friends and patrons. ZIMMERMAN'S Drive-in Cleaners __ Circle. AYB. A. Raaiev.eU.Rd. St. Bernardine Men Cermak-Harlem Standard 62 North America Savings 56 National Roofing 53 Cognatos Foods 52 Saracco Construction 52 Hollahan Dodge 52 Alberts Furniture 42 Seven Oaks Restaurant 42 Reich & Becker 41 Suburban Oil 38 High Game - Tony Tagliola -218 High Series - Mike Andrews-558 St. John Defeats River Forest 39-35 St. John had its first traveling game in Hinsdale against Zion. St. John took a first quarter lead by making 3 free shots more than Zion. The first quarter St. John lead Hlnsdale 9 to 6. During tne second quarter, S;. John was missing lay ups and Hinsdale scored 8 points while St. John only made 4. Hinsdale led by one point at the end of the first half, Hinsdale 14, St. John 13. Bjth teams each scored 7 points during the third. I:i the early part of the fourth quarter, Hinsdale scored 2 quick ba :kcts and maintained a 4 point lev: until tlie final whistle sounded. The final score was Hinsdale 30, St. John 26. Scott Rimbeau and Art Kelm scored 14 and 5 points respectively On December 15, Grace River Forest basketball team came to St. John to play in a regular scheduled game. River Forest took control of the first quarter and lead by the score of 10 to 7 but during the second quarter, St. John scored 17 points while Grace only scored 6points. At half-time, the score read St. Julm 24, River Forest 16. River F.jrest came back and scored 44 points while St. John scored only 6 points. T. •: third quarter score read St. John 28, River Forest 29. Three quick baskets by St. John after the tip off game St. John the lead again. St. John scored 11 points while River Forest scored 6. The final score gave St. John the victory 39 to 35. Art Kelm scored 17 points while his teammate Joel Recreation Basketball By Ron Milcnoefer Jamie's Discount downed Mphr Oils 60-54. Rodio, Simonek and Moccio lead their team to victory with 23, 14 and 12 points. Cox and Koch lead the Oilers with 17 and 13 points. St. Rernardine defeated the National Bank 64-47. Fitzgerald and Koranda lead the victors with 18 and 17 points. Morral and Bennett lead the Bank with IB and 14 points. The News Stand took Go Tane down to defeat after a hard battle with four overtime periods. The final score 80-75 with the Stand on top. O'Connor took top honors for the night with 32 points with Adolfson aiding with 14. Grunwald also took top lionr ors for his team with 32 points with Sorensen putting in 14points. Reich & Becker defeated Forest Lions 72-52. Wegerich lead his team with 24 points and Pfaff put in 14. Clifton lead the Lions witli 13 points followed by Scheid with 12. Jamie's Discount defeated the National Bank 09-33. Dolton lead Jamie's with 29 points closely followed by Simonek with 26. Rodio also put in 18 points for Jamie's. Smith and Cseck were high for the Bank with 10 and 9 points. The News Stand defeated St. Bernardino's 82-58. O'Connor, Gorman and Johnson were high with 25, 19 and 18 points. Mason and Mike Toner were high for the losers with 19 and 14 points. St. Bernardine's bombed Mohr Oils 122-62. This is the highest score of the season thus far. Torney was high point man with 41 points. Fitzgerald and Koranda put in 29 and 22 points. Herald and Hoerich put in 25 and 21 points for the Oilers. HSrry's Penny. Bar 'received their first defeat of the season on a forfeit to The Who? Go Tane defeated McDonald's 83-47. Grunwald lead Go Tane with 34 points followed by Bowen and Sorensen with 18 and 12 points. Hill was high for McDonald's with 25 points. Juniors Reich 4 Becker St. Bernardines Jorest Lions Jamie's Discount Mohr Oils National Bank W. 6 5 0 2 1 0 L. 1 1 2 4 Seniors W. Harry's Penny Bai b The Who? 6 The News Stand 4 Go Tane 4 St. Bernardines 2 McDonald's 0 L. 1 2 3 f, 4 7 TIGER

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