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Garden City Telegram Saturday, Decembers, 1977 Page 11 High School Basketball Elkhart Hooks Horns, 48-41 Kansas Boys Basketball Shawnee Mission Northwest 78, Olathe 63 Smith Center 61, Osborne 58, 30T Natoma 57, Dorrance 43 Milton vale 55, St. George 44 Winfield 63, Mulvane 56 Waconda East 50, Tipton 34 Wabaunsee 50, Rossville 45 Augusta 51, El Dorado 45 Cherryvale 44, Yates Center 32 Clyde 54, Valley Heights 27 Pratt 73, Kingman 65 Shawnee Mission South 67, Leavenworth 63 St. Marys 90, Royal Valley 41 Madison 51, Northern Heights 47 Lewis 52, NashvilledTenda 40 Udall 58, Dexter 41 Basehor 62, Tonganoxie 41 Skyline-Pratt 71, Bucklin 52 Slina South 72, Hays 51 Valley Falls 49, Perry-Lecompton 43 Belleville 59, Minneapolis 45 McPherson 55, Buhler 51 Pleasant Ridge 53, Savior of the World 49 St. Paul 50, Thayer 41 Deerfield 81, Healy 50 Pawnee Heights 54, Gorham 46 Golden Plains 92, Cheylin 75 Sharon Springs 54, Grinnell 45 Sebelha 43, Effingham 53 Soloman 80, Center 63 Courtland 76, Jewell 52 Lyndon 52, Gridley 43 Onaga 64, Jackson Heights 61 Reading 61, Hamilton 38 Bishop Miege 61, Shawnee Mission East 51 Horton 56, Jefferson North 51 Wetmore 61, Bern 50 Elkhart 48, Holcomb 42 Liberal 62, La Junta, Colo. 56 Midway 53, Centralia 40 St. John's Beloit 83, St. John's Military 48 Palco 64, Moreland 56 Phillipsburg 78, Plainville 53 Russell 75, Lincoln 41 Herington 51, Pomona 49 Frankfurt 55, Riley County 46 Nickerson 62, Andale 61 Kansas City Schlagle 56, Harmon 53 Hill City 86, Victoria 45 Southwestern Heights 87, Protection 40 Waverly 65, Flint Hills 51 Ldndsborg 39, Sterling 37 Fairfield 44, Stafford 42 Powhattan 79, Axtell 70, OT| Manhattan 87, Great Bend 83 Hulchinson 66, Salina Central 53 Greensburg 79, Fowler 58 Christian Challenge 77, United Christian 46 Augusta 51, El Dorado 45 Berean Academy 71, Hesston 64 Conway Springs 52, Caldwell 43 Trinity 63, Inman 52 Hanston 51, Otis-Bison 38 Cunningham 41, Sharon 38 Bennington 33, Wilson 57 Junction City 53, Chapman 48 Eureka 45, Humboldt 28 Gardner 57, Spring Hill 52. Columbus 59, lola 49 McLouth 47, Linwood 45 Burrton 53, Halstead 45 Meade 62, Minneola 45 Burlington 104, West Elk 42 De Solo 59, Eudora 48 Haven 55, Hoisington 48 Douglass 77, South Haven 33 Fredonia 40, Neodesha 25 Norton 67, Stockton 52 Hugoton 57, Hooker, Okla. 51 OT Wathena 58, Jefferson West 48 College Results TOURNAMENTS Ryland Milner Tourney At Maryville, Mo. Wayne State 77, Benedictine 69 (3 OT) NW Missouri St. 113, Mo. Baptist 74 Ichabod Classic NE Missouri St. 79, Adams St. 65 Washburn 96, SW Kansas 85 Tabor Invitational Tourney At Hillsboro, Kan. ELKHART - Elkhart's Wildcats stormed back from an early deficit here Friday night, and went on to post a 4842 High Plains Conference win over visiting Holcomb. The victory improved Elkhart's record to 1-1, while Holcomb fell to 0-2. Elkhart trailed, 11-5, at the end of the initial frame, but battled back to within 24-20 at intermission. Then the Wildcat defense turned tough, limiting the Longhorns to six points in the third quarter while the Elkhart offense spurted for 16. A 12-11 Elkhart edge in the final period preserved the win. Elkhart connected on 33 percent of its field goal attempts and on 50 percent from the free throw line. The Wildcats claimed 45 rebounds and committed 27 turnovers Ulysses Explodes Late, Whips Jetmore, 67-51 and 25 fouls. Holcomb hit 25 percent from the floor, 56 percent from the charity stripe, was guilty of 12 turnovers and 26 personal fouls. The Longhorns nabbed 26 rebounds. John Willimon cashed in 16 points for the winners, while Jim LaFond added 10 and Dale Fullerton seven. Chris Rolh poured in 16 points for Holcomb, Randy Mader 10 and Danny Steinwand five. Holcomb won both the girls junior varsity and varsity Fresno Pacific 86, Bartles- Sacred Heart 81, Abilene 72 ville Weslyn 45 St. Francis 60, Burlington 57 Tabor HI. Rockmont 88 Colby 66, Oberlin 50 OTHER SCORES Tribune 70, Johnson 63 Nebraska 61, Missouri Sedgwick 52, South Barber Southern 54 50 UCLA 104, Colorado 70 YarbroughHands RollaSecondLoss ROLLA — Visiting Yarbrough, Okla., outscored Rolla in every period here Friday night while cruising to a 76-59 non-conference basketball victory. The loss dropped Holla's record to 0-2. The Oklahomans sprinted to a 15-13 lead in the first quarter, increased it to 40-32 at intermission, and put the victory away with a 14-9 spree in the third frame. Yarbrough was whistled for 22 personal fouls and con- City Kansas To Host Bengals KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Cincinnati Bengals, with faint playoff hopes still alive, meet the victory-hungry Kansas City Chiefs Sunday in a game of importance to the American Football Conference's Central Division. About 50,000, far short of a sellout, were expected for the 2 p.m. EOT kickoff. The Bengals, 6-5, trail Pittsburgh by one game and are tied with Houston and Cleveland in the Central Division. The Chiefs, 2-9 and in the cellar in the AFC West, must win their last three games to avoid having the worst record in the history of the franchise. Nevertheless, Cincinnati Coach Bill Johnson recalls the Bengals had to come from behind lo nolch a 27-24 victory here last year. "Despite their record, the Chiefs are a good football team," Johnson said. "They do a lot of things very well. They have some very talented players." W.ith a 30-13 thumping of the Elkhart Takes Two From Horns HOLCOMB — Elkhart won two of three junior high school basketball matches against Holcomb here Thursday night. Elkhart won the eighth grade boys battle, 38-14. LaFond paced the Wildcats with 22 points, while Jeff Sroufe led Holcomb with eight. Elkhart's eighth grade girls notched an 18-14 victory. Helwig popped in six points for Elkhart, while Jana Scott, Janet Fenton and Roxanna Perez scored four apiece for the Longhorns. Holcomb's only victory came in the seventh grade boys game, 21-14. Scott Stegman paced the winners with 11 points, while Shilling had 12 for Elkhart. Holcomb travels to Sublette next Thursday. verted 22 free throw attempts. Rolla, a member of the Santa Fe Trail League, was guilty of 23 fouls and hit 17 free throws. Don Kessel poured in 23 points and Eldon Fry 27 for the winners. Rolla got 26 points from Brad Hays and 14 from Reed. The Rolla junior varsity || notched 43-30 win. Markj Martinez scored 10 points for the Pirates, Jim Ford 18 for Yarbrough. The Yarbrough girls recorded a 40-32 victory. laren Maxwell dumped in 11 Clihesmith Easterwood M. Hensley Totals Yarbrough Rolla 0333 2135 0010 21 17 23 59 15 25 14 22 76 13 19 9 18 59 JETMORE — Mike Orr and Kelvin Molby combined for 35 points here Friday night, leading Ulysses' Tigers to a 67-52 Western Kansas Education Association victory over host Jetmore. The victory came on Ulysses' season opener, while Jelmore dropped to 0-2. Ulysses struggled lo a 12-9 lead in the first quarter before Jetmore erupted in the second stanza. The Longhorns threw in 22 second-period points for an apparently-commanding 31-21 lead. But Ulysses roared back in the second half, buring the nets for 25 points in the third frame and 21 in the last to win going away. Jetmore hit 12 free throws and committed a whopping 30 personal fouls. Ulysses connected on 17 charity tosses and was whistled for 25 fouls. Orr popped in 19 points to lead all scorers, while Molby chipped in with 16. Tuttle had 11 and Garison nine for the Tighers. Crabill and Charles had 12 each and White 11 for Jetmore. Jetmore hosts Ransom for a non-league battle next Friday, while Ulysses goes to Ness City for another WKEA war. Ulysses — 67 Cole 0040 Kramer 0040 Garrison 3349 Beohler 1406 Cransord 0646 Tuttle 5 1 3 11 Molby 7 2 4 16 Orr 912 19 Totals 25 17 25 67 Jetmore — 52 Clarke 1456 Crabill 6 0 4 12 Awhile 3 5 4 11 Charles 6 0 5 12 Jones 3157 Sorem 0030 Lockmann 1234 Chipman 0010 Totals 20 12 30 52 Ulysses 12 9 25 21 67 Jetmore 9 22 9 12 52 Saints Sign Mike Watson NEW ORLEANS (AP) ,The New Orleans Saints of the NFL have signed Mike Watson, a 6-foot-6, 275-pound rookie offensive tackle who was released by the Miami Dolphins in mid-September. Watson, 22, played college ball at Miami of Ohio. He was the Dolphins' third-round draft choice. A Saints spokesman said Watson fills a spot on the roster that opened up when g Derland Moore hurt a knee and had to be put on injured reserve. gaiuco. Elkhart Dec. 10. unbeaten Holcomb Hafliger Sroufe Golay Mader Roth hosts Walsh, Colo., Holcomb goes to Deerfield Tuesday. (42) 1254 0252 0333 2 6 4 10 6 4 3 16 Sleinwand 2145 Leonard Totals 1022 12 18 26 42 Elkhart (48) Willimon Fullerlon LaFond Balzer T 'vm Line Rowland Rockhold Totals Elkhart Holcomb 6 4 3 16 3147 3 4 4 10 1355 1214 2034 1052 17 14 25 48 5 15 16 12-^18 11 13 6 11—12 New York Giants last week, the Bengals will be coming off one of their best performances points for the winners, while of the year. Rolla got eight points each The Chiefs are coming off from Jill Cook, Melinda Krey one of their worst. A 34-20 and Linda Elder, pounding at the hands of the Rolla visits Copeland for a Oilers gave interim Head SFTL test Tuesday. Coach Tom Bettis a 1-3 mark Yarbrough — 76 since taking over for the fired Fry 10 7 3 27 Paul Wiggin. It was the first Guymon 4 3 4 11 lime under Bettis the Chiefs Kissel 6 11 4 23 were soundly whipped. Farrington "If I could sum up the Hous- Predmore ton game in one word it would Hoehn be, 'mistakes,'" said Bettis. Totals "We had far loo many Rolla — 59 dropped passes and missed Reed assignments. We can't play Greene like that and expect to win. R. Hensley Nobody can." Hays Sears OPEN EVERY SUNDAY 1 TO 6 UNTIL CHRISTMAS PRICE ROLLBACK on this steel belted radial! 0131 6 0 4 12 27 22 22 76 5 1 2 11 Save $ 4 on Heavy-Duty PLUS Shocks 99 legal! 10.9 *10.99 6 ch Bowling Early Birds Butter Ups def. Gutter Sweepers, 3-1, 1527-1425; Spirit of 76 split Nuttie Buddies, 2-2, 1489-1482; Begonias def. Sunflowers, 4-0, 1614-1486; Alley Cats def. Pin Dusters, 4-0,1552-1432; Dingbats def.' Fun Makers, 4-0, 1527-1406; Worms def. Honey Bees, 4-0,1549-1460. Hi-10 Game Ind. Women — Judy Mangan, Spirit of 76,183. 111-30 Series Ind. Women — Glenda Lewis, Butter Ups, 507. Team HI-10 Game — Begonias, 543. Team Hi-30 Series — Begonias, 1614. Haverfield Welding def. The Gutters, 40,2246-2180; H&T def. 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According to statistics Big 8 Tourney Tickets Available The 32nd annual Big Eight Conference pre-season basketball tournament kicks off Tuesday, Dec. 27 in Kansas City's Kemper Arena. Oklahoma State's Cowboys and Nebraska's Corn- huskers will open the three-day affair at 7:05 p.m., Dec. 27. Colorado and Kansas State, the defending conference champion, will collide at 9:05 p.m. On Dec. 28, Iowa State and Oklahoma will clash at 7:05 p.m. They will be followed by Kansas and Missouri ,at 9:05. Semi-final matches will be staged Dec. 29, with the finals set for Dec. 30. First-round losers will play in afternoon sessions on Dec. 29 and 30. Tickets are priced at $7.40, $6.35, $5.30, $4.25, and $3.20 per session. They may be obtained by writing to: Big Eight Conference; P.O. Box 15371, Kansas City, Mo., 04106. Include 50 cents for handling. Afternoon session tickets cost $3.20 and will not be sold in advance. released by the conference office this week, Hemmert has connected on 65 percent of his field goal opportunities. The Oakley native is the only Broncbuster ranked among the individual statistical leaders. GCCC stood 3-6 prior to Friday's game with Cloud County. The Busters averaged 70 points per outing through their first four games, while relinquishing 75. They have connected on 111-248 from the floor for 44 percent and on 5898 from the free throw line for 59 percent. GCCC has outrebounded its opponents, 31-29, each outing. Cowley County, 5-1, owns the league's most prolific offense, averaging 94.2 points per game. Fort Scott, 3-2, has the stingiest defense, allowing 65 points per contest. Bobby Potts of Independence leads the conference in scoring with 26 points per game. He is also the top rebounder with 13.5 boards per game. 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