Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on February 8, 1964 · Page 9
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Buffalo Ccigers Slip Past Hays HAYS — Garden City High's Buffaloes staved off a last minute Hays rush here Friday night to chalk up an exciting 51-50 West Central Kansas League cage triumph. The victory reversed a previous Hays success on the Garden floor, 61-48, and kept the Buffs in the running for the WCGL championship. Garden must win its remaining four contests to clinch at least a tie for the conference title. Coach Dave Craft's visitors boosted their season mark to 9-6 and are 4-4 in circuit action. Hays' loss Was its third in its last five outings and lowered the campaign record to 9-5.The Indians are 5-4 in loop play. Outcome of the tilt ,m>ay have been decided by traveling violations. Hays was whistled twice for walking during the final minute of play. The contest was a see-saw battle for 4V4 minutes, then Garden Mike Collins banked in three first * * * Sophs Capture Overtime Win HAYS — Larry ^Spikes sank a jump shot in the closing minute ol the first overtime period here Friday evening to give Garden City High School Sopho- ores • a narrow,56-55 basketball verdict over the Hays High sophs. Coach Jim Coacle's sophs came from far behind in regulation play to knot the score at 53- all. Roy Humphrey cashed in a free throw to put the baby Buffs out 54-53. Indian Tom Hart popped in a fielder to make it 55-54 Hays, setting the stage for Spikes' heroics. Garden trailed 21-12 after eight minutes and were down by 11, 34 23 at intermission. But the Buffs fired back in the third stanza to cut the margin back k. two, 43-41. Dave Kollor, paced a balenced Buff attack with 15 points. Spikes added 14 and Humphrey 10. Tops for the game was Indian Dwight Judy with 24, including 12 free throws. Bill Jeter contributed 14 more for Hays. Garden now stands 8-2 on the year and will entertain Dodge City sophomores Tuesday night. The visitors had previously edged Hays 59-54. GARDEN CITY SOPHS — DeUemus 8-0-4-6: Spikes 6-2-6-14; Keller 5-66-16; Smith 3-3-2-9; Humphrey 4-20-10; Helnemann 1-0-4-2; Ward 0-01-0. Totals 21-12-17-56. HAYS SOPHS — Hart 3-1-2-7; Fellers 3-0-3-6; Jeter 6-2-4-14; JuJy 6-12-3-24; David 0-0-3-0; Sullivan 0-01-0; McKee 1-2-3-4. Totals 19-17-19-66. Garden City .... U*f» High . It 11 18 15 5—M 21 11 » 11 8—55 Plymell Wins OverTheoni PLYMELL — Plymell School won both ends of a Finney County Rural Grade School League basketball twin bill from Theoni here Friday afternoon. The Panther A-team feared a 70-25 decision, paced by 30 points front Greg Hands and 25 from Frosty Grouse. Plymell ted by 36-13 at intermission. Kelly Clark and John Smith each hit 9 for Theoni. In the B-team preliminary, Plymell won by 33-10. Tim Stone led Plymell with it points and Danny McMillan scored 12. Plymell's A-team has a 3-1 overall record and the B-team is unbeaten in four starts. Ralph Leonard It coach. Next Friday at 1:19 p.m., Ply. well entertains Kalvesta in another league double-header. The 1064 VSGA Women's Open golf championship will be held at the San Diego Country Club, Caula VUU, C«W., July quarter fielders, and one put the Buffs ahead 11-9 and they never trailed again. Hays held the lead just three times, at 2-0, 2-1, and 8-7. They moved into a deadlock with the visitors twice during early sparring, at 7-7 and 9-9. Garden led at the break 16-11. Two mere Collins fieldors pushed the Bufs out by nine, at 20-11. That marked their biggest edge of the night, though they equaled it twice. Garden held the big advantage at 22-13 and 26-17. The spread was seven, 30-23, at intermission. Craft's charges held about the same, spread throughout the third session. Hays started to cut the lead, however, as the quarter neared a close, and faced only a four-point defecit 40-38 with eight minutes remaining. Earl Brungardt cut it to three with a free shot, but Tony Gooden countered with two charity tosses. Sharp-shooting Gene Rider sliced the snread back to three with a fielder, then Steve Salter's field gc».l and Bill King's foul toss pushed Garden back out 4539. Brungordt downed two more from the line and Riders final two-oointer brought Hays within striking distance, 45-43. Salter cashed in the first shot of a one- and-one situation, but Brungardt slipped two more throws through and Garden led by just one, 4645. Big Buff center Bill King stuffed in a lay-up after a Garden stall had run the clock down to two minutes. But Hays knotted the count at 48-all as Jay Hrabik comnleted a three-point play, a fielder and a free shot. Garden came do-'-n the court deliberately, and finally broke Mike Collins open for a layup. Steve Joy fouled him and Collin's conversion put Garden in a commanding 51-48 lead. But Hays still had 1:06 of working time left. Hrabik brought the ball up, but.traveled, and the visitors seemed assured of the win. Hays had been employing its familiar press throughtout the game and now put it on in earnest. Joy intercepted a pass with 25 seconds remaining, tallied the easy lay up and it was 51-50. Gordon managed to get the ball acrooss the timeline, but Joy knocked a pass out of bounds. Mel Rupp played the ball in, but had his toss picked of by Hrabik. •He again headed for the basket, but was again whistled for traveling, and Garden had the victory. Scoring for the winners was well-balanced 1 . Collins accounted for 13 and Emil Krug 12. King chipped in 11 and Tony Gooden 10. Only other Buff to score was was -Steve Salter with five. Both rivals connected at a solid rate from the field. Garden was credited with 40 per cent on 19 of 47. The losers totaled 37 per cent with 18 of 49. The Buffs missed only once hi 14 chances at the-line. Hays hit 14 of 21. OABOKN CITY A — Mayo 0-0-1-0; Rupp 0-0-1-0; B. Krug 5-8-8-12: Collins S-l-3-13; Salter 9-1-0-6: King 4-3-1-11; Gooden 2-6-6-10. ToUls 1913-16*51. HAYS A — Hmtik 3-5-1-9; Joy 2-01-4; Jeter 1-1-2-3; Krueger 1-0-0-2; Kraemer 1-0-0-2: Brungmrdt 3-8-4-14; lUder 8-O-5-W. ToUto 18-14-18-50. ,. IS 14 W 11—61 . !i I* IS I4-4S tew. FAN FARE By Walt Dfoen Shallow Water Nips Deerfield SHALLOW WATER—It was a close call here Friday night, but Shallow Water High kept in the running or a share of the Western Arkansas Valley League basketball banner. Coach Hrold Burnett's Tigers held off Deerfield by 67-63 in a thriller. It was Shallow Water's 13th win in 15 starts and the llth in a row. Shallow Water led by 20-13, 35 34, and 52-45 at the stops. Fired- up Deerfield never did lead, but did manage to close U.s gap to just two points late in the game. Rangers Drop Hays Decision HAYS — Hays High reserves staged a fine third quarter spurt here Friday evening to defeat the Garden City junior varsity 54-45 in a West Central Kansas tie. The visitors jumped out to an early lead and held an 18-16 first period margin. They were still within striking distance, 3128, at halftime. But Hays exploded in the next frame .and outscored the Rangers by nine points and clinch the victory. Garden had captured the first meeting of Uic rivals 51-40. Hays hit a slick 50 per cent from the field o 23 of 46. Coach Curt Shipley's Rangers connected on 17 of 57 for 30 per cent. The winners downed only 8 of 19 at the line. Garden dropped 11 of 18. Indian Mark Hartman headed all point-makers with 22. Also in double figures for Hays was David Robinson with 10. Tops for losers was Larry Pierce at 11, with support from Archie Good en with 10. The It angers now stand 7-5 on the year and play host to the Dodge City reserves Tuesday night. GABDKN CITY B—Pierce 6-1-O-11; Kraus 2-0-2-4; Heed 3-0-3-6; A. Gooden 5-0-4-10; Furguson 0-1-0-1; Sheehy 12-2-4; Hamnian 0-4-3-4; Montney 1-30-6; Krey 0-0-0-0. Totals 17-11-14-15. HAYS B — Layher 4-0-1-8; Samples 0-0-0-0; Harrison 0-0-0-0; Hertel 0-10-1; Blazer 1-0-2-2; Roscbaugh 2-31-7; Hartman 10-2-1-22; Stsk 2-0-5-4; Robinson 4-2-3-10. Totals 23-8-13-6*. Gtrdem City Hay* Hifh 18 1* C 11—45 1« IS 1$ 8-54 francs' toop Slot e Clean — High Plains Conference basketball standings for league games only, counting Fridays results; 1. Lakin 4-0; 2. Sublette 3-1; 3-4. Elkturt and Johnson both 2-2; 5. Holcomb 2-3; 9. Syracuse 1-3; 7. Satanta 1-4. Lakin still has games at Johnson and with Syracuse at home. Sublette plays at Syracuse, then entertain* Johnson. Shallow Water payed without starter Orlin Zink, out with call her Friday night, but Shal- the measles. The Tigers were outshot by 2327 from the field, but won on free throws. They converted 21 of 33 attempts as Deerfield committed 23 fouls. The losing Spartans hit 9 of 15 at the line. Everett Miller led the winners with 23 points, hitting 9 of 10 free shots. Craig Duff scored 15, Richard Van Campen 13, and Gary Haupt 10. Jim Zubcck and Roger Schcucrninn each hit 13 for Deerfield and Gary Novack added 12. Garry Swords was the leader with 15. Preliminary: Deerfield won B- team game by 58-49 as Danny Novack scored 16 points. David L. Miller hit 12 for losers. Next game: Shallow Water is at non-league Healy Tuesday. Deerfield (now 4-H overall) hosts Kendall Tuesday. SHALLOW WAT Kit — B. Miller 7-9-4-23; Duff 4-7-1-15; Van Campen 6-1-1-13; Savolt 2-2-E-C; Haupt 4-21-10: Phillips 0-0-0-*. Totals 23-2116-67. DEKRFIEI.D — Berry 3-0-5-6; Francis 0-0-5-0; Scheuermau 6-1-2-13; G. Novack 6-0-1-12; Zubock 6-1-G-13; Kucker 0-0-0-0; T. Oox 1-2-0-4; Swords 5-5-5-16; D. Novack 0-0-0-0; J. Cox 0-0-0-0. Totals 27-9-23-63. Sh. Water 20 15 17 15—«7 DccrfieM 13 21 11 18—03 Page 13 1'lt.v Telegram Solurdoy. Ftbruory 8. If64 Wichita Opens Crucial Trip By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Fourth-ranked Wichita opens a crucial road trip that may decide its Missouri Valley championship chances with Bradley at Pcoria today. Drake and St. Louis meet in another big one at St. Louis. Wichita is unbeaten in six Valley games and is riding an 11-game winning streak for a 17-3 season record. Bradley, 3-4 in the league and 12-5 for all games, seldom loses on its home court. It's an afternoon television game. Drake, 3-1, badly needs a vie- Wichita's heels. St. Louis must tory at St. Louis, 5-2, to stay on win to keep its title hopes alive. After facing Bradley, Wichita plays Drake at DCS Moincs Monday, then goes to Cincinnati Saturday before returning to Wichita for its last three league games. SEAT BELTS Install** V AA Motf fr. Only /»OT COM ALLEN'S SAFETY CENTER 414 N. ltd MR. EQUITY SAYS . . . 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