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The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri · Page 3

Chillicothe, Missouri
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Wednesday, February 8, 1984
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CHILLICOTHE CONSTITUTION-TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY I, ItM No major changes in MSSA state poll CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI-MM1-PAGE 3 Area basketball There were no changes in the top spots of the bi-weekly Missouri Sportswrlters and Sportscasters prep boys and girls basketball poll released today. Soldan (19-1) in 4-A, St. James (18-0) in 3-A, the girls division. Scott County Central owns the majority of stock in the 1-A basketball circles. Other schools with both their boys and girls teams ranked are St. Louis Central and Springfield Central in Palmyra (20-0) in 2-A and class 4-A Scott County Central (21-1) joining St. James and in 1-A retained their respec- live No. 1 rankings in the boys division. ,, Hazelwood Central (21-1) 4n4-A, Sty. Mary's (19-0) in 3-A, Diamond (20-1) in 2-A and Scott County Central (15-1) in 1-A retained their Macon"(2fM» in 3-A, No~2 respective No. 1 holdings in ranked Winston (18-0) in 1-A Palmyra on the unbeaten boys list are No. 2 ranked Slater (18-0) in 2-A and No. 2 ranked Osceola (18-0) in 2-A. Joining St. Mary's on the unbeaten list in the girls division are No. 4 ranked and No. 4 ranked Braymer (16-0) in 1-A. From the immediate area, the Moberly boys'(17-1) and Mexico (16-3) are ranked third and sixth, respectively, in Class 3-A and the Gallatin boys (17-3) are ranked seventh in'l-A. Only one girl team in the C-T coverage area received recognition. The unbeaten Braymer girls (16-0) remained ranked fourth in 1-A. The Cameron girls (15-3) are ranked ninth in Class 2-A. The state rankings are listed below: Each gets win Hornets, Polo clash Gallatin cinches at least GRC tie Boys 4A LSoldan 2.St. Louis Cen. 3.Spg. Central 4.University City 5.K.C. East e.Jeiferson City 7 Vashon 8.K.C Paseo S.Raytown South lO.St. Jo. Lafayette 3i\ l.St. James 2.K.C. Central S.Moberly 4.Maiden 5.St. L. McKmley G.Mexico T.Lutheran N. S.ltepubhc 9.St. Francis Borgia 10.Jennings 2A l.Palmyra ISIater S.Wright City 4 Puxico S.Willow Springs e.Nixa 19-1 17-3 19-1 15-3 13-3 18-2 13-6 14-5 164 18-2 18-0 14-3 17-1 15-2 15-4 16-3 15-4 15-3 17-2 13-2 20-0 18-0 19-2 19-3 18-3 16-5 7.AIton S.Higginsville 9.S.Harrison lO.Ashland IA I.Scott Co. Cen. 2.0sceola S.Spg. Catholic 4 St Paul's, Concordia o.Crane e.Ladonia 7.Gallatin 8 Niangue 9 Wellsville 18-1 13-2 18-2 17-3 21-1 17-3 15-1 19-3 15-3 17-3 163 17-5 lO.Englewood Christian 13-3 Girls 4A 1.Hazelwood Cen. 2.McCluer North 3.Spg. Kickapoo 4.Hickman Mills 5.VanHorn 6 DuBourg 7Spg Central 8 Frances Howell 9.St. Louis Cen. lO.Parkway Central 3A 1 St Mary's 2. Visitation 21-1 16-1 16-1 17-2 11-1 15-3 18-2 16-2 11-2 14-2 19-0 18-2 S.Perryville 4.Macon S.Hermann 6.K.C. O'Hara 7.Duchesne 8.Hosati-Kain S.Monett lO.Camdenton 2A ' 1.Diamond 2.Elsberry S.Brentwood 4 VanFar 5 Willow Springs 6 Forsythe 7.Lama'r 8 Mid-Buchanan 9.Cameron lO.John Burroughs IA 1 Scott Co. Cen 2 Winston 3.Marionville 4.Braymer 5.N.E. Nodaway G.Wheaton 7 Glasgow 8 New Franklin 9 Harrisburg lO.Mercer 18-1 20-0 17-1 15-3 14-3 14-5 15-3 15-2 20-1 19-1 18-2 16-2 18-5 17-3 14-1 13-1 15-3 10-2 15-1 18-0 17-2 16-0 16-3 16-3 15-3 18-2 18-2 16-3 ·ItING CITY -- With a 65-40 conference victory Tuesday night, the Gallatin girls clinched at least a tie for the Grand River Conference title. . The Gallatin Bulldog boys made it a clean sweep, defeating King City, 52-40, in the second game. Gallatin w i l l play Stanberr.y Thursday night and a win for the girls, now 7-0 in conference action, will put them alone at the top ol the GHC. The Lady Bulldogs are 18-4 while the Gallatin boys are now 18-3 on the season. Sally Spillman (19 points I, Lori Beck 116) and Julie Wood (12) combined for over half ol their teams 65 points. Gallatin girls held a 30-22 halftime lead and only led 42-33 after three periods It was a 23-point scoring lesson in the linal period that gave King City a final blow. Sharon Oerks' 12 points paced the hometown team. In the night cap, the Bulldogs jumped out to a 12-6 lead .after the first period and held a 22-16 advantage at the half King City boys could never quite recover Irom the six point deficit while the Bulldogs took the opportunity to build on the lead in the second hall, ouisconng the King City club 30 23 in the linal two periods to nab the 52-40 win Terry Collier slammed home 14 points and Tom McNeely added 10 for Galiatin. Kevin Armstrong popped for 14 points to lead King City. HAMILTON - The Hornets and Polo Panthers split a pair oi cage games Tuesday night as the Polo girls defeated the Lady Hornets, 65-47, and the Hamilton boys downed Polo, 8545. The Polo girls, now 16-4, made a close contest into a large margin with tine scoring in the second and third periods. The Lady Hornets dropped to 5 12 Debby Fry slipped the net for 20 points and teammate Michelle Gentry added 17 tallies as the Lady Panthers rolled. Hamilton held a slim 16-14 lead alter the lirst period, then the Lady Panthers began a scoring performance that took the score to 56-38 alter three periods. Tammy Potts had 20 points and Terri O'Connor added 16 tallies lor the Lady Hornets. Hamilton poured in the points from start to linish, racking up 3D points in the lirst period oft of a line press. The Hornets then built a 44-22 halltime advantage, increasing that lead to 39-35 after three periods. In the tinal period it was another Hamilton scoring show as the Hornets outscored the Panthers 26-10. Kenny Hales pounded the net for 22 points, Jeff Bowman added 13, Dean Hartley popped in 12 and Glen Jordan assisted in the scoring spree with 10 points. Hamilton is now 12-5 on the season while Polo dropped to 5-14. Leading Polo in the scoring department were Kevin Smith with 11 points, and Kent Brinkley and Aaron Tucker with 10 points each. Does your basement remind you of an obstacle course? Sell those obstacles through the Classifieds. Mustangs, Tigers split pair of games Bill Welch featured on CNN sports show computer baseball program to major league managers. Welch and four other Chillicotheans viewed last' night's taped interview by Sager on the CNN cable network via a local satellite dish. Sager, who is married to the former Lisa Gabel of Chillicothe and was a former sports announcer at KMBC- Bill Welch, president of the Citizens Bank Trust, was highlighted on Ted Turner's CNN cable network last night, in an interview with Craig Sager of CNN Sports Welch, who developed BARS .1 Baseball Analysis Reporting System I, a computer system for baseball, in 1971, was featured in a 2'2;. TV, is now ; associated, with ?from.-,the Major'-'-League CNN Sports in .Atlanta. ···---·-·-·"·"- "--- ·- Sager had called C-T Sports Editor Bob Carter and Welch earlier this week to tell them t h e , interview would be on CNN and told them the times it would be shown. The same interview is scheduled for CNN at 11:20 tonight and 10 a.m. Saturday. Those who have the satellite dishes can receive the CNN network Sager said that baseball's and managers would soon use the computer print-out to tell what players to play, how to pitch hitters and what PURDIN - The Linn County Mustangs and Newtown-Harris Tigers tangled Tuesday night in a pair of nonconference clashes and each netted a victory. The Lady Tigers won 51-38 while the Mustangs avenged the girls loss with a 76-48 victory over the visiting Newtown-Harris team. In the girk contest, the Lady Tigers led 9-8 in the first period before expanding their lead to 25-15 at the half. The Newtown-Harris girls went on to outscore the Lady Mustangs, 26-23, in the second half. The loss put" Linn County Mexico comes from behind for victory Jbaseball meeting in 'ashvflle in early December. Welch and Bill Keeney attended the annual baseball meeting and worked a display and exhibit booth set up by Welch to show his *************** I MATHEWS * Septic Tmk» I $ line Cleaning * * 74 iNt SiniM * *II».»4.-HU II* tit 5201 £ computer age has arrived pitchers a manager should at 11-8. Tammy Nickell had use 15 and April Belzer added 11 ' Sager credited E a r l for the Lady Mustangs while Weaver of the Baltimore Orioles as the tirst to use computer statistics .'"It is a new tool for baseball that in eludes detailed -charts that managers are going to take advantage of," Sager said Welch has worked extensively m compiling statistics and developing what he feels is an outstanding computer baseball reporting service that will be a great aid to baseball managers. He explained a portion of the development of BARS to Sager in the taped interview. Also shown was his booth at the Major League meeting. The interview with Welch was dubbed "A Computer Chip Off The Old Block " Newtown-Harris had three girls in double figures -Keri Nowlin (19). Amy Peterson (14) and Lisa Busick (14). Larry Creason, Jack Hollon, Jim Crico and Keith E m m o n s powered the Mustangs to a 76-48 win in the nightcap.' The Mustangs exploded in the second period witli 26 points to take a 35 19 load at the intermission. Linn County then kept up the pressure and the scoring, adding 16 points in the third and 25 m the fourth periods Creason had 16; Hollon, 15; Grice, 13; and Emmons, 11, lor the now 12-8 Linn County team. Lee Metcall paced Newtown-Harris with 17 points. . . ?*******"******* «*«*_«**«* Olympics have formal opening Professional I*Only authorized Apple { dealer in N. Central P Mo- ( * Business, agricultural [ and education systems ( *Authorized service [ center { *0n site training and ^ installation { * Computer classes lor all t ages. | ·JJ" tW-NM SARAJEVO, Yugoslavia (AP) -- Set against a backdrop of ancient Turkish minarets, snow-crested mountains and 20th century smog, the XIV Winter Olympic Games formally opened amid traditional pomp and pageantry. 'The world's greatest winter carnival was officially beginning at mid- afternoon with the playing of the Yugoslav national anthem, followed by the parade of athletes representing a record 49 countries in the winter events. An estimated 50,000 spectators were expected to see 1,500 colorfully clad par ticipants enter Kosevo Stadium while "March of the Continents" was played. Carrying the American flag and heading the U.S. delegation was Frank Masley, from Newark, Del., a 23-year-old computer expert and a member of the American luge squad. For the next 11 days, Sara- jevo, for centuries a world crossroads, holds center stage. It marks only the second time the Olympics have been held in a communist country. Moscow was host Tor the 1980 Summer Olympics. COME BY AND SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF FRAM OIL FILTERS WHITE AUTO SUPPLY 100 S. WASHINGTON STREET CHILLICOTHE, MO.-M6-2101 COLUMBIA - The Mexico boys bounced back Irom back to-back l-point losses in., the Fulton Invitational with a sterling come-from- behind 71-68 North Central Missouri Conference victory over Rock Bridge Tuesday night. "The Bruins played well I though we played well too, but still we were fortunate to win," said Mexico Head"Coach Mark Scanlon. The Bulldogs hiked their con-! ference record to 4-0 and overall mark to 17-3. Kock Bridge, winless in three league contests and 6-12 overall, blew an 18-pomt lead midway through the third quarter. "We were sailing right along and then the roof fell in," said Rock Bridge Head Coach Kip Down. "Mexico really opened it up down the stretch. They make things happen with their overall team quickness." The Bruins, jumping in front, 17-8, in (he first period, led 33-21 at halftime and 51-11 with eight minutes remaining. Mexico outscored Rock Bridge, 30-17, in the final quarter. John Reese fired in 26 The NBA Ih T*r AvntkM ITm KASTKRNt 71 OT 7t si JB i 3X II '- JK1 I3's ;GS - jvn s 417 ji ai I, 31 points, Jay Graves 20 and Art Bradshaw 17 in leading Mexico. Tim Ellis gunned in 24 to pace Rock Bridge. Jim Frerking and Matt Benedict added 12 each FINALLY... The Wood Stove For Those) Who Are Serious About _ Heating Cooking With Wood · The Earth Stove burns 1/3 the fuel Of many StOVeS because pie heating draft mini (old promotes efficient and complete combustion like solid fuel power plants. 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