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Page 4 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE MONDAY, MARCH 1, 1971 Cdge-o/ogy FLT Champs Total 203 Points Harding Baa* Dream Missing Storer TC Caravan All-Star Team By Eldon Cage Tribune Sports-Editor' Tournament Champions of the "Tipton County Independent Basketball League, the Farmers Loan and Trust-which defeated .the Citizens National Bank squad 71-69 Sunday night in the finals. Front row.(L-R), Keith Smith, Jay Whelchel, Gary Hill, Mike Zimmerman (holding championship trophy^and Tom Phifer. Second roir (1-r), Butch Meyers (League vice president who made the presentation following: the finals), Grigsby, Dave Stanley, Toby Burkhardt and Ben Hobbs. (Staff Photo by Eldon Cage) A very successful Tipton County Independent Basketball League closed out it's first year of play with .a two weekend tournament Sunday afternoon and night with the Farmers Loan and Trust . defeating the Citizens National Bank 71-69 in the finals. Jay Whelchel plunked 25 points to lead FLT and he. had.double figure help from Mike Zimmerman, Tobyr Burkhardt and Tom Phifer. Ben Hobbs, Keith Smith, Gary. Hill; Tom .Grigsby and Dave Staley also contributed markers for FLT. •Bill Head paced CNB with 27 tallies and had double figure aid from Jeff Neff, Paul Hicks, Stanley.- Also in the CNB lineup were Charley Maxey, George Ogden, Butch Morrisett, BobYeary, Chuck Plake/and Jack Boes. , The score'was tied and chang-. ed hands at least 10 times during the encounter. Fans of both teams cheered like high school. rooting sections as their favorites took the lead. FLT gained the right to the finals by coming from behind in . the fourth quarter to eliminate the Windfall Lions 74-65. fa this -game Phifer, Whelchel,, Burkhardt, Smith=and Hobbs all IU, Big Ten Runnerup By United Press International Indiana held down runnerup honors with .. Michigan in the Big Ten basketball standings today with Purdue fourth, but chances were fading that either of them will catch Ohio State for the title.' Meanwhile, the District 21 NAIA playoffs open at Richmond tonight, Tri-State opposing Huntington andhost Earl- . ham going against Franklin. \ The two- winners, tangle Tuesday, with, the survivor advancing to the tourney finals at Kansas City. - While Indiana outclassed Northwestern Saturday, 97-74,. at Bloomington, Purdue scored just as easy a home victory over Michigan - State, 100-70. That left Indiana. with an 8-2 league record, Purdue 7-3. Both games were no contests after the opening minutes. Jndi- ana, with big George McGinnis sitting out much of the game with three fouls, led 51-27 at the half. McGinnis led the scoring with 25 points and Joby Wright added 22 as coach Lou Watson used virtually every player on his bench. . It was-pretty much the same story at Purdue, where the Boilermakers rolled to a 50-32 halftime lead over MS U. George Faerber canned 244 points and Bob Ford 21 to lead. the rout. , Notre Dame made it a perfect day for Indiana's "Big Three," spanking St. John's, -92-79, in New York for a 17-7 season record. Austin Carr led the Irish with 32 points. In intra-state games, Valparaiso beat Indiana Central, 69-58, and Tri-State dumped Anderson, 96-76." Indiana State finished Midwestern Conference play with a 5-3 record, losing at Northern Illinois, 107-80. Southern Illinois, the league champ, scored 12 .straight points in the final 90 seconds to catch Evansville, 101-98. were in double figures. For Windfall Blaylock had 24 and Gene Clark 18 for Windfall. CNB to reach thefinals staved off a last quarter rally to defeat the First Federal Savings and Loan 64-59. Neff led CNB. Dickover and Jung led FF. . C-0 This columns all Sectional team, although difficult to choose in a few of spots is as follows: F Jim York . . Tipton F Jim Martin TC F John Kamstra R'ville F Mike Foster Fr'nk C Pat Manahan Delphi C Rick Cyphers , TC G Gary Kamstra R'ville G Tom Bonebfake . R'ville G D. Kingery CC G B. Richardson Tipton C-0 The 203 total points scored by Rossville and Tti-Central in Saturday night's Sectional finals averaged more tjjan six and one-third points per minute for the 32 minutes, which is the prep school time schedule per game. This is a terrific scoring pace even-for pros who play 12 minutes per quarter or 48 minutes for the game. Tri-Central's 88 markers would win 95 percent of games, but this was one in 20 when the odds went against the Trojans. However a few cases of tough luck in hitting the bucket in the first quarter could easily have been the difference in this ball game despite the fact that the Hornets were shooting magnificently. C-0 This was the third straight year for Coach John Harding to reach the finals in the Frankfort Sectional only to lose. In 1969 and 1970 Coach Harding took his Sharpsville-Prairie teams to the Frankfort finals only to be sidelined and this is getting to be a "bad dream" the mentor sadly stated.' C-0 , Starting the second half of Saturday night's Sectional finals,. one of the referees noticed an official scorer's position empty and he held up the other referee on tossing up the ball to start the third period until the stripped shirt official came running through the entrance door and to his position. C-0 About 80 vehicles traveled in a caravan from Tri-Central High School via SharpsvUle, US 31 and fad. 28 to the Frankfort gym Saturday night. A good indication of fan backing. i Nicklous Trails $$ PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. (UPI)-Billy Casper has won only. one-third as many "major" tournaments as Jack Nicklaus. But you couldn't prove that by the checks he deposits. Casper, who finished second Sunday to Nicklaus in the PGA championship, has won only three "major" titles in his 16 years on the tour. But, he's banked nearly $1.2 million in golf earnings in that time. Furthermore, although Nicklaus now has nine of those "major" professional titles to Ms credit, he trails Casper by about $3,000 on the all-time money list. Of course, both trail Arnold Palmer who is now past the $1.3 million mark -but that's another story. Indiana Basketball College By United Press international Indiana 97 Northwestern 74 Purdue 100 Michigan State .70 Notre Dame 92 St. John's 79 Tri-State 96 Anderson 76 Grace 98 Cedarville 93 Northern Illinois 107 Indiana State 80 Southern Illinois 101 Evansville 98 Urban 104 Marion 83 High School Sectional Finals. At Anderson Madison Heights 58 Anderson 40 At Batesville Batesville 83 Jac-Cen-Del 57 At Bedford Bedford 54 Tunnelton 52 (ot)\ At Bellmont Bellmont 61 South Adams 59 'At Ben Davis Indianapolis Northwest 64 Speedway 60 At Benton Central Benton Central 58 Remington 57 (oF At Blackford Blackford 97 Dunkirk 61 At Bloomington Bloomington 75 Martinsville 62 AtBoonville ' Tell City 56 Dale 51 At Brazil Brazil 74 Rockville 62 At Brownsburg Brownsburg 76 Plainfield 59 . At Calumet Crown Point 75 Griffith 59 At Carmel Carmel 72 Hamilton Southeastern 65 At Cass • Logansport 76 Pioneer 73 At Chesterton Portage" 76 Morgan 53 _ At Clay City Owen Valley 72 Dugger 57 At Columbia City Manchester 70 Pierceton 68 At Columbus Columbus 105 South Decatur 59 At Connersville Connersville 98 Union 70 At Crawfordsville Crawfordsville 80 Waveland 70 At DeKalb . Garrett 80 Eastside 67 At Eastbrook Huntington 67 White's 63 At East Chicago East Chicago Washington #7 Hobart 56 . At East Noble Fairfield 63 Westview 39 At Elkhart Elkhart 64 Northwood 51 At Evansville Reitz .77 Rex Mundi 7 1, At Fort Wayne I Fort Wayne Elmhurst 67 Leo 63 At Fort Wayne n North 47 Concordia 42 (of* At Frankfort Rossville 115 Tri Central 88 At Fountain Central ; Covington 90 Williamsport 65 At Gary West 77 Emerson 62 At Greencastle North Putnam 45 Greencastle 43 At Hammond Hammond Clark 87 Highland 78 At Huntingburg Jasper 86 Dubois 65 At Indianapolis Tech 60 Washington 58 At JeffersonviUe Floyd Central 83 Clarksville Providence 82 At Knox Knox 62 North Judson 60 (ot) At Kokorao Kokomo 72 Western 50 At Lafayette Lafayette 78 Southwestern 77 (ot) At LaVille Plymouth 94 South Bend Jackson 66 At Lebanon Lebanon 51 Pike 50 At Lawrenceburg Lawrenceburg 75 North Dearborn 55 At Madison Madison 57 Southwestern 53 At Marion Oak Hill 75 Marion 71 At Michigan City . Michigan City 101 LaPorte94 At Muncie Muncie Central 55 Yorktown 45 At New Castle New Castle 62 Greenfield 59 At North White Kankakee gvalley 66 Twin Lakes 54 • • At Paoli Springs Valley 52 Milltown 51. At Princeton Princeton 63 Oakland City Wood 50 At Richmond Richmond 74 Randolph Southern 60 At Rushville Rushville 110 Eastern Hancock 77 - At Salem Salem 68 Corydon 66 (2 ot's) At Seymour Seymour 85 Jennings County 74 Jeff Modisett (44), TC forward, does a "up and in the bucket" Saturday night against Rossville in the Sectional finals as Darrell Skiles, Hornet center, fails tomake the stop. (Photo by Jim Heaton).. Indiana High School By KURT FREUDENTHAL INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)Some, like tradition rich Lafayette, limped home as winners,, but it was a powerful and still upset-minded field of 64 that made off with Indiana high school basketball sectional tourney honors. Some of the lesser lights just barely fell short of achieving jumbo, upsets, but when the dust had settled on six days of initial eliminations -Saturday night, the original field of 436 was pruned to 64 and these facts stood out: —Seven UPI coaches' Board "Big 10" members were still in the running, led by No. 1 East Chicago Washington, the only unbeaten club in the show. — nine brand-new sectional champs" were crowned. — Twenty-five first-round winners repeated. — Ten of the- 16 regional champs are left, including three of last year's "Final Four." • — Finally, 14 former state champs are still battling. The Chargers Leadingthe charge into Saturday's 16 regionals are the state's top four quintets^- East Chicago, Gary West, Richmond At Shelbyville Franklin Central 54 Shelbyville 53 At South Bend Adams 70 LaSalie 57 AtSouthport Cathedral 75 Manual 48 At Switz City Linton 56 Worthington 52 At Terre Haute Gerstmeyer 62 Wiley 60 At Triton Rochester 72 Warsaw 62 At Vincennes Vincennes 72 South Knox 61 At Washington Loogootee 59 Barr-Reeve 52 At Winchester Winchester 71 Union 60 At Whiteland Franklin 68 Decatur Cshtral 65 and Seymour—^along with No. 6 Lefayette, No. 7 South Bendi Adams and No. 9 . Michigan City. • ' ' Only one member of the elite * bit the dust in the sectional finals. No. 5 South Bend La­ Salie, which | fell to Adams with surprising ,eaie, 70-57, after besting the | Eagles during the season. : j. I . East Chicago's Senators overpowered Hobart, 87-56, to run their perfect string to 23 games and most of the other "name" clubs also turnUd; in impressive victories. ! But Lafayette staggered to a 78-77 overtime win over unheralded Southwestern of Tippecanoe County on Brent Green's free throw in the final seconds to record its record 48th sectional crown and 28th in a row. West Wins First ', Michigan City went oyer the century mark in both sectional games to increase its first- round tourney string to 20. The Red Devils avenged a regular season loss in their finale by taking LaPorte, 101-94. West, a school just two years old, became one of the brand- new sectional champs, beating Gary Emerson, 77-62. Two new consolidations also paid off in sectional crowns for Owen Valley: at Clay City and Kankakee Valley at North White. The other new champs are 'Fort Wayne Elmhurst, Floyd Central at JeffersonviUe, Franklin Central at Shelbyville, Benton Central, Bellmont and Indianapolis Cathedral. The latter, a former national parochial champion,. was admitted to the ..IHSAA only in the 1940s. If was only fitting for unsung Floyd Central to crash through, after derailing favored New Albany and JeffersonviUe. But the Highlanders , needed Larry Bromley's free throw with nine seconds left to convince Clarksville Providence, 83-82, Many Thrillers Floyd Central won its three sectional games by a total of six points. Amazingly enough, Lafayette won its two games by seven. Five-time champ Muncie Central, runnerup Carmel.and Loogootee are last yar's finalists still in the running. Defending state champ - East Chicago , Roosevelt bowed out Friday night. • ,' I •• There were many other thrill- packed finishes, none more dramatic than Richard Lyons' 25- foot fling that gave North Putnam a 45-43 decision over host Greencastle at the final buzzer. Regional Pairings I - • • . At Anderson^- Blackford vs Carmel, Madison Heights vs Kokomo. JAt| Columbus—Franklin' vs Franklin Central, Bloomington vs Columbus. ; • At Connersville— Connersville vs Batesville, Lawrenceburg vs Rushville. At Elkhart — Rochester vs Plymouth, Manchester vs Elkhart At Evansville — EvansvUle Reitz vs Vincennes, Princeton vs Tell City. At Frankfort— Crawfordsville vs North Putnam, Lebanon vs Rossville. . At Fort Wayne— Fort Wayne Elmhurst vs Fort Wayne North, Fairfield vs Garrett. At Gary—Hammond Clark vs East Chicago Washington, Crown Point vs Gary West. I At Huntingburg-^ Springs Valley ys Salem,' Jasper vs Linton. At Indianapolis—: Indianapolis Northwest vs Indianapolis Cathedral, Brownsburg vs Indian- GENE COTTINGHAM Service Department Due to the increase in business, we have already added one new mechanic to our service department. We service aU American made vehicles. We have the trained technical specialists and the KNOW HOW! Call {or appointment Monday thru Friday HERSHEL ROBINSON SERVICE MANAGER Calf 675-2143 LEAVING HOME IS NO LAUGHING MATTER... But the Welcome Wagon hostess can make it easier to adjust to your new surroundings, and maybe, put a smile orp.your face 1 Call 67^4492 Tri-Central Trojans Drop Sectional Final By Eldon Cage ! Tribune Sports Editor FRANKFORT — Two fabulous shooting Indiana High School Basketball teams scored .203 points here Saturday night to determine the Frankfort Sectional representative j in next Saturday's Frankfort Regional and the final outcome yas RossviUe 115 and Tri-Centriil of Tipton County 88. Pacers Slump INDIANAPOLIS (UP I) Home should look good to the defendingj American Basketball Association - champion Indiana Pacers after a five-game road trip which saw the team drop its last two contests. The Pacers were thumped for the, first time in five games this . season by the Pittsburgh Condors Sunday night, 113-110. The loss] followed bji three days a defeat] at the hands of the Utah Stars, the Western Division leaders. . ' ; . . Indiana; has only one game at home—Wednesday night's special promotion for the benefit of a new basketball arena—before hitting the road for four more games. 1 That game should be. both a . welcome j sight for the! Pacer record and pocketbook since prices have been raised for the benefit contest and no! season ducats will be honored.; Roundup there was sophomore Then Paul Wilson, who ignored the screams! of thousands in cavernous Hinkle Fieldhouse here to drop two free throws with one second ieft, hoisting Tech over Washington,. 60-58. f Among the major conference tlUists, these are still alive: East I Chicago, in the Lake Shore, j Adams and Michigan City in ithe. Northern, Richmond and Kokomo in the North Central, Seymour in the South Cen-* tral, Gary West in the Northwest, audi Terre Haute Gerstmeyer j |in the Western. But Gerstmeyer also had its hands full before' convincing city foe Wiley, 62-60. apolis Tech. At Lafayette— Kankakee Valley v'sl Lafayette, Benton Central ys Covington. At Marion-Oak Hilkvs Bellmont, Huntington _ vs Logansport. ••• . ' At New Castle^ Richmond vs Muncie Central, Winchester vs New Castle. At iJSeymour — Bedford vs Floyd | Central, Seymour vs Madison. . At. South Bend— South Bend Adams' vs Portage, Michigan City vs Knox. At Washington—Owen Valley vs Loogootee, Brazil vs Terre Haute Gerstmeyer. This. Sectional win earned Rossville the right to tangle with Lebanon next Saturday afternoon in the Regional pairings. Tri-Central started fast against the Hornets in the championship game and went to a 6-2 lead on digits by Jeff Modisett, Rick Cyphers. and Jim Martin. TC held leads of 8-5 and 10-7 before the torrid .700 shootingof RossviUe's John and Garry Kam• srra and Tom Bonebrake ran the count, to 31-21 at the end of the first stanza. Dave Harding and Steve Vandiver, too, hit markers in the Trojan scoring.' The Hornets continued the torrid scoring pace in' the second canto and increased the lead to 55-40 at the intermission. Bob Knapp, speedy Hornet guard, took over the firing in the third canto and hit six of nine attempts plus John Kamstra's five buckets and this offset a briUiant shooting display by Jim Martin's 10 markers. The three periods went by with the count 81-55. ~ The final quarter was just as exciting as the other periods with Jim] Martin and Roger Whitehead supplying most of TC's tallies. Steve Butler; Tom Reese, Brad Roler, Rod Johnson and Jeff Harlow all pitched in very well in the relief role. RossviUe's vaunted fast break continued through most of the final period and after the century mark was.reached, Coach Jones let his proteges keep firing, but the Trojans too were showing plenty of roundbaU savy and too, those .in the relief roles did a commendable job. . TC Bad 10 offensive rebounds, 23 defensive, six errors and five steals. RossviUe's stats were 17. offensive, 36 defensive, 11 errors and four steals. TC hit. 37 of 101 attempts from the field while the Hornets collected 45 of 88 from the field. Summary, ROSSVILLE Kamstra, J. 13 11 2 37 Kamstra, G. 8 5 4 21 Knapp, B. 9 1 0 19 Bonecrake 10 2 3 22 Skiles 0 0 0 0 Dyer 3 1 1 7 Morris 12 1 4 Chezem 0 . 0 1 0 Meador, R. 1 0 0 2 Knapp; D. - 0 3 0 3 Totals 4525 13 115 TRI-CENTR Martin Modisett Cyphers Harding Vandiver -Harlow Johnson Whitehead Butler . Reese Watkins. Roler Totals Rossville' Tri-Central 15 4 3 4 3 2 .0 . 4 1 3 3 33 0 0 8 2 5 2 3 0 0 11 3 3 0 2 12 1 0 2 2 3714 22 88 3155 81 115 21 40 55 88 DidYou Follow Our Advice Last Year?.., did you use Lasso for better weed control in your Corn and Soybeans? • ^ If you did ... then you'know! "" If you, didn't . . . well then • maybe you' didn't get the weed control you planned on. 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