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Garden City Telegram Saturday, December 3, 1977 Page 9 ^^^^^ M ^^^^^ i* •»•«*=•• *JIKJ A ^icgi nm omuruuy^ ucceHiwer o, i-7 < i Big Four Tourney Brings Out Duke's Worst By The Associated Press The Big Four Tournament usually brings out the best in everybody. But Friday night it brought out the worst in Duke. "Wefebt tired early," said Blue Devil Coach Bill Foster. "At the end we just didn't have enough." Not only that, the Blue Devils committed too many fouls and the result was a conclusive 79-66 victory for second-ranked North Carolina and a place in tonight's finals against North Carolina State. The Wolfpack upset No. 18 Wake Forest 79-77 in the other opening-round game. Always an emotional basketball tournament because the teams are all from the state of North Carolina — and all fiercely competitive — the players expressed their usual zeal in the first-night doubleheader. In the North CarolinaDuke game, for instance, a total of 53 fouls were called. In other games involving ranked teams, No. 5 San Francisco stopped Tennessee 84-75 in the Fiesta Classic at Tempo, Ariz.; No. 6 UCLA crushed Colorado 104-70; No. 7 Arkansas whipped Hawaii 78-53 and No. 12 Syracuse defeated LeMoyne 90-62 in its own Carrier Classic. Phil Ford and Mike O'Koren each scored 23 points to lead North Carolina's victory. The Tar Heels were a cold-shooting team before getting untracked in the second half behind their two scoring stars. North Carolina took the lead for good on a tip-in by O'Koren that made the score 58-57. Freshman Kenny Matthews scored with one second remaining to give North Carolina State its victory over Wake Forest. Matthews, who scored eight points, wbn the game on an 18-foot jump shot. Wake Forest had trailed nearly the entire second half but tied the game at 77 when Rod Griffin scored with six seconds remaining. James Hardy and Chubby Cox scored 22 points apiece, leading San Francisco over Tennessee. In the nightcap of the Fiesta Classic, Arizona State defeated Iowa State 8769 as Rick and Blake Taylor combined for 49 points. Dale Shackleford scored 17 points and Billy Drew came off the bench to score 17 as Syracuse beat LeMoyne. Robert Chapman's 30 points powered Michigan State over Rhode Novack Leads Deerf ield Win DEERFIELD — Senior Kevin Novack poured in 27 points here Friday night, leading Deerfield to an 81-50 nofrconference drubbing of visiting Healy. The victory improved Deerfield's record to 2-0, while Healy dropped'to l-i. The Spartans zipped to a 178 lead in the initial period, increased it to 35-24 at intermission, and then relieved all doubts with a 26-12 outburst in the third frame. Deerfield connected on 35-68 from the field for 52 percent and on 11-19 from the free throw line. Healy hit 15-38 from the floor for 39 percent and 20-33 from the charity stripe. The Spartans, members of the Santa Fe Trail League, claimed 36 rebounds and committed 15 turnovers and 27 personal fouls. Healy, a member of the Western Kansas League, yanked off 16 rebounds and was guilty of 20 turnovers and 14 personal fouls. David Unruh, a 6-1 sophomore, pulled down 11 rebounds and Jeff Pettz seven for the Spartans. Novack, a 5-10 deadeye, hit 10 field goals and seven free throws. He received support from ' Pettz with 15 points, Steve' Skipton with 16 and Unruh, with eight. Rocklin Schmeid popped in 14 points for the Eagles, Roger Roemer 17, and Ken Roemer 10. The Deerfield junior varsity recorded a 33-22 victory over Healy. The Healy girls pulled out a 16-12 decision. Eloise Penka had six points for Healy, Jody Butler six for Deerfield. Deerfield hosts Holcomb Tuesday while Healy entertains Jennings next Friday. Deerfield (81) Williams Kraft Unruh 'Pettz Novack Grauberger Skipton Horton Totals 3 2 4 6 10 1 8 1 35 127 044 028 3 3 15 7 5 27 042 0 4 16 022 11 27 81 Healy (50) R. Schmeid K. Roemer Von Schriltz R. Roemer Anderson Totals Deerfieid Healy 4 6 5 0 4 1 2 13 0 0 3 14 10 9 2 17 1 0 15 20 14 50 17 18 26 20—81 8 16 12 14—50 NBA at a Glance By The Associated Press National Basketball Association Eastern Conference Atlantic Divlson I t Phila NYork Buffalo Boston N Jersey W 16 11 10 7 3 Central Cleve Atlanta Wash S Anton N Orlns Houston 13 11 11 13 11 • 8 L 5 10 10 13 18 Pet. .762 .524 .500 .350 .143 GB — 5 5% 8% 13 Division 6 7 7 10 10 12 .684 .611 .611 .565 .524 ..400 — 1% 1% 2 3 y/2. Western Conference Midwest Division Denver 15 8 .652 — Chcgo 11 9 .550 2^ Mlw 11 11 .500 3tf> Detroit 8 12 .400 5Vi K.C. 8 13 .381 6 Ind 7 14 .333 7 Pacific Division Port 17 3 .850 — Phnix 11 8 .579 5Vfe GldnSt 10 11 .476 7% LosAng 8 13 .381 9V 2 Seattle 7 17 .292 12 Island 92-64 in the second game of the Carrier Classic. Raymond Townsend scored a career-high 21 points and UCLA made 42 of a Pauley Pavilion record 52 free throws to beat Colorado. Sidney Moncreif's 25 points led Arkansas over Hawaii. Elsewhere, Missouri and Texas-El Paso advanced to tonight's finals of the Show-Me Classic in Columbia, Mo. Brad Droy scored 14 points to lead Missouri over Butler 87-66 and Texas-El Paso whipped Northwestern 58-54 with the help of Calvin Hale's layup in the closing minutes. Tom Carluccio scored 26 points to lead Delaware over Davidson 92-89 in a first-round game of the Charlotte Invitational. Illinois State won the other first-round game, ripping Colgate 94-62. Dave Caligaris' three-point play with 1:08 left triggered Northeastern past American University 75-68. In the Florida Southern Citrus Invitational at Lakeland, Fla., a 22-foot jump shot at the buzzer by Kevin Hamilton gave lona a 69-67 victory over North Alabama and Florida Southern topped Flagler College of Florida 69-58 behind Marshall Lester's 22 points. Reggie Hannah's 20 points led Florida over Manhattan 93-81, Kansas blasted SMU 107-71 behind John Douglas' 22-point performance and John Woods scored two crucial baskets in the last two minutes to lead Washington over Seattle Pacific 78-70. Third-Quarter Eruption Carries Larks to Victory SATANTA — Sublette floor and nine charity tosses. swamped host Satanta with a Subletle was guilty of 24 28-point explosion in the third quarter here Friday night en route to a 63-47 High Plains Conference win over the Indians. The victory improved Sublette's record to 2-0; Satanta dropped to 0-2. Sublette edged to a 12-9 personal fouls, Satanta of 26. K. C. Eves poured in 22 points to pace the Larks, while Jay Muse added 17 and Greg Lower 12. Satanla got 15 points from Dirk Haegert, nine from Limon and five from Anthony. The Satanta girls rolled to a advantage in the first quarter, 39-30 victory over the female but Satanta battled right back Larks. Leeann Reed had 10 for a 25-23 intermission lead, points and Cindy Southerland Then Sublette got its offense 10 points for the losers, while in high gear, pouring in 28 Diane Dennis paced the points during the next eight- Indians with 12. Lorie Caroll minute segment while holding had 10, Billie Helton eight and the Indians to only seven Kathy Rollins four, tallies. Satanta trimmed three Satanta hosts Ingalls points off its deficit in the Tuesday, while Sublette en- fourth stanza, but it didn't tertains Monlezuma. Both are matter to Sublette. non-league games. The Larks connected on 61 percent of their field goal tries Sublette (63) and on 19 free throws. Satanta Muse 7 4 3 17 hit just 37 percent from the Eves 10 2 3 22 Ricketts Lower Morris Allen Tonson Meairs Birney Harrison G. Eves Walters Totals Satanta (47) McDonald Anthony Waggoner Sturgeon Wright Limon Sprunger D. Haegert Foster Alexander Waggoner Totals Sublette Satanta 4 3 3 12 2 2 0 22 19 24 63 1 2 2 1 1 4 2 5 1 0 0 19 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 5 0 0 1 9 0 5 5 3 1 5 2 3 0 1 1 26 3 5 4 2 2 9 4 15 2 0 1 47 12 11 28 9 16 7 12—63 15—17 Hayes Placed on Probation COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio State University President Harold Enarson says the school accepts Big Ten Commissioner Wayne Duke's decision to place football Coach Woody Hayes on probation for un- sportsmanlike conduct. "We do not disagree with the commissioner's finding ... and we will not appeal his decision," Enarson said Friday. Duke placed Hayes of probation and publicly reprimanded him for taking a swing at ABC cameraman Mike Freedman late in a 14-6 Ohio State loss to Michigan Nov. 10. Huyes later publicly and privately apologized to Freedman. Hayes will have to be on his good behavior for the next year and if he draws another reprimand from the commissioner during that time, he will automatically be suspended from coaching Ohio State for the following two games. Hayes had no comment about the reprimand and probation, but Enarson said, "The cruel fact is that a coach is subjected to great provocation. However, this does not justify physical assault upon another person. Coach Hayes understands that." Duke said in Chicago Friday his investigation of the incident led him to conclude that Hayes "violated the Big Ten Conference's regulations dealing with sportsmanlike conduct. OPEN DAILY 9-9, SUN, 12-6 SUN., MON., TUES., WED. HAIR FLYING, Deerfield's David Unruh yanks down a rebound Friday night during the Spartans' victory over Healy In Deerfieid. Unruh gunned in eight points and claimed 11 rebOUndS. Telegr«m Photo JackrabbitsJump Over Johnson SAVING 'HEALY senior Rocklin Schmeid (4f) hones up a short Jumper Friday night as Deerfield's David \ ; Unruh (54) peers toward the target. Deerfieid chalked up Its second win of the season, rolling over the Eagles, 81-50. Telegram Photo TRIBUNE — Mark Robertson tossed in 27 points here Friday night to lead Tribune to a 70-64 High Plains Conference victory over visiting Johnson in the basketball season opener for both teams. Tribune zipped to an 18-15 lead in the first eight minutes, increased it to 37-32 at intermission, and iced the win with a 20-18 advantage in the third stanza. The Jackrabbits connected on 31-65 from the field for 46 percent and 8-15 from the free throw line for 53 percent. Johnson hit 27-61 from the floor for 45 percent and 10-1 from the charity stripe for 47 Buffs, Lamar To Tangle Garden City High School's boys basketball team will go to Lamar, Colo., tonight in search of its second victory of the young season. The Buffaloes, coached by third-year head man Ivan Williams, pounded Perryton, Texas, 60-39, in their opener Tuesday night. Senior Lance Ringler poured in 27 points to lead GCHS in that one, while the defense played "very well, overall," according to Williams. Lamar, which has a new head coach, boasts four returning lettermen, including 6-3 Steve Payton. The Savages will employ varied defenses, fast break when the opportunity arises, and utilize several set offensive plays, their coach said. It will be the season opener for Lamar. A junior varsity game will kick off the evening at 6:15 p.m. (MST). percent. Tribune committed 27 turnovers and 20 personal fouls, while the Trojans were guilty of 35 miscues and 18 fouls. Mike Mishler supported Robertson's hot hand with 15 points, and Kriss Young added a dozen. Johnson's Bryce Stanton claimed game honors with a 28-point burst, however. Randy Willinger added 10 and Tim Bluhm 11. The Johnson girls varsity chalked up a 47-43 win. The Jackrabbit girls junior varsity won, 28-26. Tribune hosts Leoti Tuesday; Johnson hosts Springfield, Colo. Tribune (70) Robertson Sloan Mishler Young Shafer Steele Gentry Miller Totals Johnson (64) Bluhm 4 3 0 11 Stanton 12 4 3 28 Garrison 3157 Morris 2246 Willinger 5 0 2 10 Ellis 0030 Trujillo 1012 Totals 27 10 18 64 Tribune 18 18 20 13 70 Johnson 15 17 18 14 64 Steelers Ink Linebacker PITTSBURGH (AP) — The Pittsburgh Steelers have signed free-agent linebacker Brad Cousino as a roster replacement for injured defensive lineman John ' Banaszak. R Mrri ADWITISID MI KHAMMSi POUCY Our fan Inwnton it to have every advwiiMd Hem in Hoc* on our ttwtvct. 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