Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on January 20, 1971 · Page 8
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Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, January 20, 1971
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1971, PAGE 8 SPORTS PAGE Recreation Basketball By RBI Milchaefer St. Bernardine defeated Jamie's Discount 69-52. Torney led St. Bernardines with 21 points followed by Koranda with 14 points. Simonek led Jamie's with 19 points followed by Dalton with 14. Forest Lions downed Mohr Oils 73-63. Clifton dropped In 38 points for the Lions. Hoerich led the Oilers with 26 points with Herold helping with 19 points. The News Stand defeated Harry's Penny Bar in a close one which went into overtime 44-42. Bill Scheiwe and Don Johnson were high for the Stand with 11 and 10 points. Claxton led Harry's with 14 points followed by Frazier with 12 points. This defeat to The Stand puts Harry's in a two-way tie for 1st Place in the Senior Division with The Who? Forest Lions defeated St. Ber- nardines 53-50 in an overtime battle. Crane led the Lions with 15 points followed by Scheid with 14. Fitzgerald led St. Bernardine with 13 points. Reich Si Becker bombed the National Bank 64-20. Crawford led the victors with 25 points followed by Farrell and Pfaff with 15 points. Smith led the Bank with 9 points. The Who? defeated St. Bernar- dines in a well played game 6358. Benedeck led The Who? with 21- points aided by Martin with 17. Rich Cote and Steve Mason led their team with 14 points each. Mohr Oils defeated The National Bank 66-60. Two points separated the teams throughout the game. Herold led his team with 26 points followed by Hoerich with 19. Bennette, Morral and Curran led the Bank with 18, 17 and 16 points. Reick & Becker downed Jamie's Discount 49-37. Crawford dropped in 21 points for the victors followed by Conway with' 11. Dalton led Jamie's with 15 followed by Simonek with 12 points. The News Stand defeated St. Bernardines 67-42. Bill Scheiwe and Ned Bacon were high with 21 and 19 points. Mason led his team with 11 points. St. Bernard/no Bow/ing League News Women Men Famous Liquors 36 Sam Sansone 34 forest Park National Bank 34 Miller Drugs 34 Reich & Becker 32 Qultsch Florist 30 Trage Bros. 28 Mohr Oil Co. ' 28 Lucille Rogers bowled high game of'196 and high series of 498. READ fhe REV/EW TEAM STANDINGS Juniors W. L. Reich & Becker 9 1 St. Bernardines . 8 2 Forest Lions 8 3 Jamie's Discount 2 7 Mohr Oils 2 7 National Bank 0 4 Seniors The Who? 8 2 Harry's Penny Bar 6 2 The News Stand 6 3 Go-Tane 5 5 St. Bernardines 2 7 McDonalds 08 SCHEDULE WEDNESDAY, J AN. 20lh Jamie's Discount vs. Mohr Oils Forest Lions vs. National Bank St. Bernardinc's vs. The News Stand Jr.'7:00 Jr. 8:00 Sr. 9:00 Cermak-Harlem Standard 76 National Roofing 60 North America Savings 60 Hollahan Dodge 58-1/2 Saracco Construction 57 Cognatos Foods 56-1/2 Alberts Furniture 54 Suburban Oil 50 Seven Oaks Restaurant 45 Reich & Becker 43 High Game- Ricky Romano- 247 High Series-Rich Cirrintano-602 FRIDAY, JAN. 22nd St. Bemardinc's vs. Reich & Becker National Bank vs. Mohr Oils The Who? vs. Harry's Penny Bar Jr. 7:00 Jr. 8:00 Sr. 9:00 MONDAY, JAN. 25th Forest Lions vs. National Bank St. Bemardinc's vs. Reich & Becker McDonald's vs. GoTanc Jr. 7:00 Jr. 8:00 Sr. 9:00 READ THE REVIEW Fenwick Friars Split With Franciscan Netmen By John Griffin Grand Central Comfort All aboard! In the home-comfort-conditioning market, central . systems are starting to pull away. And the electric kind . are way out in front. Why? Because no other system offers the total comfort control that the electric furnace and air conditioner provide. The same ductwork serves both. Clean, economical, flameless, guaranteed to please: there's no comfort like electric comfort. Commonwealth Edison concern lor your total environment e Last Friday night,' Fenwick's Friars split with Hales Franciscan in a twin bill. Fenwick's juniors beat Hales 67-54but their seniors were rolled over, 85-46. In the junior game, Fenwick hit for 22 baskets while executing a game-long fast break. Hales sank 22 field goals with most of them coming from the outside. Fenwick's rebounding was led by its center, John Cahill, who grabbed 22 balls from the boards. The Friars led 21-13 after the first quarter and 35-23 at the half. The first half ended as Fenwick's John Crockett, who replaced John Tobin at guard, sank a shot from the corner as the buzzer sounded. Jeff Norris and Cahill had 15 points apiece to lead Fenwick, while Jim Brown and Dave Gray scored 16 each to lead Hales. Fenwick made 19 of 25 free throws, while Hales made 10 of 20 from the line. • The senior game wasadifferent story as the Friars were downed solidly by 39 points. Fenwick made 20 field goals to Kale's 31 and Fenwick only made 6 free throws while Hales made 23. The Friars passing was poor as they were out-rebounded as well. Their problems stemmed from their inability to drive in close to the hoop. Double figure scorers for them were Pete Brown with 16 and Bill Bresnahan with 10. Leading Hales was Ralph Heath with a strong 27 points. Trailing Heath were Aland Jesse Williams with 19 and 18 points respectively. Walt her Bronco's Win Two on The Road By Karen Schiewe The Broncos from Walther Lutheran went on the road last weekend for leagro competition and returned with two victories. Walther met Wheaton Christian' On January 15. The Broncos wasted no time in obtaining a very comfortable lead and led 19-4 at the close of the first quarter. Wheaton proved to be at a great loss without two of their first string men, Al Majonnier and Gene Frost, who are both out of action with injuries. Frost was one of the leading scorers in the Private School League last year. The Warriors were outscored 27-9 in 'the second quarter. Scott Keifer, a guard for Wheaton, got hot in the second half, scoring 17 out of his 21 points. . The Broncos' Coach Rasmussen cleared the bench in the third quarter and his team continued to score and score. Rick Pygman was the high scorer for Walther with 14 points. The Broncos won 77-46. The following night Walther defeated Luther South by a score of 68-57. The Broncos stayed out in front of the Braves through the entire contest and led 38-24 at halftime. • The Pygman brothers were the two outstanding scorers for Walther, Rob having 20 and Rick 18. Walther took advantage of Luther South's 24 fouls and scored 20 points at the free throw line In comparison to the Braves' 11. In league competition, the Broncos have a 3-2 record. •>;

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