Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on January 13, 1971 · Page 9
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FOREST PARK-RE VIEW, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY'13, 1971,'PAGE 9 SPORTS PAGE Echoes of Proviso West Tournament Proviso West's Holiday Tournament was witnessed by approximately 14,000 spectators, Dec. 26 - 30. Proviso East Pirates emerged as the champion by defeating last year's state champion, Lyons Township, 71 to 68. Willowbrook finished third by defeating fourth place York 65 to 61. Joliet West won the consolation trophy by defeating St. Joseph 84 to 64. Coaches' selection of the all-tourney first and second teams include: First Team - Dave Roberts and Larry Moore, Proviso East; Owen Brown, Lyons; Gary Wonsowski, Downers Grove North; Bill Uecker, York; Second Team - Steve Heinzelman, Lyons; Rick Hopkins, Elgin; Tom Hicks, Willowbrook; Bill Sykora, Proviso West; Tom Kummer, Maine West. Pom Pom squads from Proviso West, Proviso East, Riverside- Brookfield and Willowbrook provided half time entertainment. Proviso West's student pep band and a student organist entertained spectators throughout the tourney. The East Leyden cheerleaders were selected as the outstanding cheerleading squad. Winner of the tournament, Proviso East, has a»10-l record, and the question frequently asked now is "Will the Proviso West holiday tournament have the distinction of providing the fourth consecutive state title winner?" Evanston started the trend in 1968 by winning the Holiday Tournament and state crown; Proviso East followed in 1969, and in 1970, Lyons made it three years in a row.- St. Johns 42 • Roselle 12 St. John opened the New Year in elementary basketball by being host to Trinity, Roselle who traveled to St. John. St. John opened the first quarter with a 12 to 4 advantage. All first stringers were on the score sheet. During the second quarter, St. John scored 6 points while the second string played. At the end of the first half the score read' Roselle 6, St. John 22. During the third quarter, all of St. John players experienced ac- UP TO THE MINUTE PROTECTION That's our job: protecting you and your family each minute of the day. Our clients enjoy timely protection with the latest coverages and fairest rates possible. Let us be of service to you; 'call us today. Howard Reich REICH & BECKER 52 Years of Service 7419 MADISON ST. 366-0010 Surety Co. wriiV in jitint.itej uitnfumitl. tion in the game. At the end of the third quarter the score read Roselle 10, St. John 34. During the last quarter, Roselle scored two points while St. John hit for eight points. The final score was Roselle 12, St. John 42. Center; Art Kelm, of St. John, scored 10 points, Scott Rambeau scored 9, Joel Karner 8, Todd Bacon 6, and Gene Wendt with 4 points who were the high scorers for St. John. Read Review Walther Broncos Drop Two By Karen Schiewe The Walther Broncos dropped two games last weekend, giving them a record of 1 win 42 losses in league competition. Friday .night's home game against Chicago Christian started out with the Broncos in the lead, but the Knights pulled out in front and had an 19-10 advantage at the end of the first quarter. Christian then came back with full force in the following quarter, as their 6' 8" center Don Noort had 11 points. As the Walther men turned the ball over into the Knights' hands 2.2 times, Noort and his team mates continued to score. Noort had a total of 26 points while the high scorer for Walther was Rick Pygman, who had 12. The final score was 7246. Another Christian school, Timothy, came to meet the Broncos the following night, and defeated Walther 49-40. The game was played at an even pace, with the Trojans leading 120 at the close of the first quarter, and 19-15 at the half. Walther outscored Timothy in the third quarter, but that still wasn't enough to tie up the game. The Trojans kept widening the gap, taking advantage of the 19 fouls against the Broncos in the final quarter of action. Bob and Jeff Huismann, brothers on Timothy's squad, led in scoring for the night, having 15 and 19 ..points respectively. Rick Pygman had 11 points for the Brpcos. At the end of December, Walther competed in Timothy's Holiday Tournament and advanced to the championship game by beating Prosser Vpcational & Hillcrest. The Broncos met Timothy for the decision game. The Broticos will travel to Wheaton and Luther South this weekend for two league games. Fen wick Wins League Openers By John Griffin Fenwick's cagers opened their league play last Friday as the Friars and Weber's Red Horde clashed at Weber. Fenwick scored double victories in both, the Junior and Senior games. In the Junior game, the Friars won by a 57-49 margin. They took the Senior game 59-41. (The Junior category is for boys who are 5'9" and under.) Fenwick's Juniors, who had just come off a victory over Mendel for the title in the Junior Olympic Basketball Tournament went into this game with apre-seasonrec- ord of 8 wins and 6 losses. The Friar's Senior squad, who have been idle since' December 20, came into this'confrontation with an 8 and 7 won-loss record. After their victory last Friday, the Juniors now have extended their current winning streak to 5. The Seniors, although slow at first, have won their last three of five games. Fenwick played consistently in the Junior game as they pulled •down 52 rebounds and sank 19 baskets from the floor. They also made 19 free throws while committing only 11 fouls. They had problems in moving downcourt as well as ball control. Mike Carbon and Mark Walsh led Weber with 17 "and 13 points, respectively. Leading Fenwick were Jeff Norrls with 17, Jim Koridek with 13 and John Cahill with 12 points. Later that night, Fenwick's Senior cagers plugged up the middle well enough to focce Weber to take outside shots. Fenwick's rebounding was strong as their combination of Pete Brown, Tom Bruno, and Bill Bresnahan grabbed 23 rebounds In the second half alone. The high scorers for tfie Friars- were Bresnahan with 14 and Bruno and Brawn with 11 points apiece. Tony Hasto led Weber with 18 points. F.P. Little League and Pony League Set Meeting For Jan. 19th Even though the ice is thick and the snow is still falling - work has been in progress for the coming season. This year's merger of the pony league with the little league should prove to be of benefit to all the boys. This year the pony league will come under the supervision of the little league officers. The boys who finished in the majors last year can go.directly into the senior division (pony ieague) under the same rules and supervision. To start off the new 1971 season a meeting will be held on Tuesday, January 19th at Krebser's, 862 Desplaines at 8:00 P.M. Election of officers will be held and team assignments will be made. Other important subjects will be discussed. All interested men, parents, managers and coaches are requested to attend the meeting. Remember, we need the help of parents to manage the large number of boys which average about 250 strong. Plan to be at the meeting. You will find it rewarding to' help these boys. Remember you do not have to have a boy in the league to join us. Anyone interested in being an umpire for Little League call 366-0974 or 366-0341. This is the time for some young men going to school to enjoy themselves and earn some extra income. This year we have a few openings for team sponsors. If any-' one is interested In backing a team, contact us at the above telephone numbers. We appreciate 1 the fine cooperation and backing from our team sponsors. Sf. Bernardine Bowling League News LADIES BOWLING Famous Liquors 35 Sam Sansone 31 Reich & Becker 31 Forest Park National Bank 31 Miller Drugs 30 Mohr Oil Co. .. 28 Trage Bros. 27 Qultsch Florist 27 Marie Tierney bowled high game of 203 and high series of 517. MENS BOWLING ' Cermak-Harlem Standard 69 National Roofing 58 Saracco Construction 57 North America Savings 56 Cognatos Foods 54 Hollahan Dodge 54 Alberts Furniture 49 Suburban Oil '45 Seven Oaks Restaurant 42 Reich & Becker 41 High Game - Tom Sortino - 241 High Series-Rich Cirrintano-618 Recreation Basketball By Ron Milcheefer Forest Lions bombed Mohr Oil 92-64. Clifton took top honors for the Lions, dropping in 41 points. Herald led the Oilers with 25 followed by Jim Cox with 16 points. St. Bernardine defeated Jamie's .Discount 75-43. The scoring for St. Bernardine was very-evenly distributed with Torney and Fitzgerald scoring 16 points. Ktiranthr 15, Madden 14, and Crosley 10 points. Dalton led Jamie;s with 18 points. Go Tane poured it on and defeated St. Bernardino's 70-50. Grunwald led Go Tane with 20 points followed by Sorensen and Jaffe with 11 each and Sortino with 12 points. Reich & Becker defeated the National Bank 74-23. Farrell led his team with 20 points followed by Wegerich and Gustafson with 19 and 16 points. Morral led the Bank with 10 points. St. BernardlnedefeatedtheFor- est Lions 54-49. Koranda led St. Bernardine with 17 points followed by Crosley with 13 points. Clifton led the Lions with 18 points. The Who? defeated McDonald's 76-53. The Who? took charge in the third quarter and poured it on. Benedeck dropped. In 25 points aided by Bill Cote with 16 points. Tom Hemstreet led McDonalds with 20 points. Team Standings Juniors St. Bernardines Reich 4 Becker Forest Lions Jamie's Discount Mohr Oil National Bank Seniors W_ 7 7 6 2 1 0 Harry's Penny Bar 6 1 The Who? 7 2 The News Stand 4 3 Go Tane 5 5 St. Bernardine 2 5 McDonald's 0 8 prevent birth defects Schedule WEDNESDAY, JAN. ISih Forest Lions vs, St. Hcmardinc's National Hank vs. Reich & Uecker St. Hcniardinc's vs. The Who? FRIDAY, JAN. 15th , ;| National Dank vs, Mohr (Mis Reich £: Meeker vs. Jamie's Discount The News Stand vs. St. Hcmardine's MONDAY,JAN. IHlh Jamie's Discount vs. Keich & Becker St. Heaiardinc's vs. Mohr Oils McDonald's vs. Harry's I'enny Kar . WEDNESDAY,JAN. ytltli Jamie's Discount vs. Mohr Oils Forest I.ions vs. National It.ink St. Hcmardinc'i vs. The News Stand Jr. 7:00 Jr. 8:00 Sr. 9:00 Jr.7:00 Jr. 8:00 Sr. 9:00 Jr. 7:00 Jr. 8:00 Sr. 9:00 Jr. 7:00 Jr. 8:00 Sr. 9:01)

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