Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on February 8, 1964 · Page 10
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Scott Tourney Ends Tonight SCOTT CITY — Four games here tonight wind up the colorful annual Scott City tournament for seventh and eighth-grade basketball teams. In the eight-grade division, the championship game at 7:15 p.m. matches Leoti and the Scott City A-team. The seventh-grade title contest at 6 p.m. also matches the same two schools: Lcoli r,nd Scott City A-team. Third-plac concsts in lx>lh divisions will be played in an afternoon session. In the seven- grade division, Oakley faces the Scott City B-team at 2 p.m. At 3:15 p.m., the Scott City B- tcam in the eighth-grade division plays High Plains School, from 11 miles north of Leoti in Wichita County. La kin Maintains Hold On High Plains Lead LAKIN—In a thrill-packed one- overtime game here Friday night, Lakin High nudged Elkhart 56-54 to move into the driver's seat in the High Plains Conference basketball race. Lakin now has a 4-0 conference record with two games left. Sub- lettc is 3-1 in the HPC and Elkhart 2-2. The game was close throughout, with the lead chaging hands a number of times. Elkhart rolled to a 14-8 lead at the end of the first frame, and was ahead by 42-41 at the three-quarter mark. But Lakin held a 26-24 halftimc margin. With just nine seconds left in the regulation game, Elkhart • scored on a free throw to tie the count 51-all and send it into overtime. In the extra frame the score was tied at 54-54. Lakin missed a Kendall Edges Coolidge Devils School was to have competed in the seventh-grade division but dropped out. Oakley replaced thai team. All four Friday semi-final contests produced one-sided scores, but a big turnout of fans was on hand in the junior high gym. In one seventh-grade semifinal, Leoti ran over the Scott B-team by 41-15, leading by 12-1 22-2, and 30-7 at the stops. Tommy Cable with 11 points and 'Moose Jay with 10 paced Leoti. Mark Fouquet hit 6 to lead Scott. The other semi-final in the division was Scott's A-tcam down Oakley by 35-9. Scores at the end of the periods were 9-0, 20-4, and 29-8. Doug Koglcr with 15 points and Mike Deist with 8 paced Scott. Paul Warren with 4 points topped Oakley. , L«oH downed Scott, City B by 34-4 in one eighth-grade semifinal. The losers yere shut out in the final half and made no field goals in the game. Quarter scores were 6-1, 15-4, and 21-4. Dwayne Case got all of Scott's points, converting 4 of 7 free throws. Mike Carlisle led Leoti with 15. In the other eighth-grade oconi- final game, Scott's A-team bounced High Plains by 41-8. The winners led by 13-2, 19-4, and 28-7 at the stops. Mike Kitch with 10 points and Randall Schwanke with 8 paced Scott. Deland Barr and Isaac Barraza each bit 3 points for High Plains. Cimarron Pops Meade Buff aloes CIMARRON — Cimarron High got back on the winning path here Friday night, smothering the Meade Buffaloes by 74-43 in an Iroquois League basketball test. The host Bluejays led by 19-5, 34-15, and 59-28 at the stops. Cimarron shot 40 per cent (28 of 70) from the field, converted 18 of 28 free shots, and grabbed 50 rebounds. Larry Addison had 14 grabs and Chuck Butzine 11. Meade made just 14 fielders and converted 15 of 25 free shots. Burtnelt and Bridges led the losers with 7 points each. Ad dison (15 points), Wes Koehn (14), and Wayne Davis (10) were the Cimarron pace-setters. Preliminary: Cimarron won B- team game by 57-41 as Roger Tim ken scored 14 points. Doug Thompson paced losers with 12. riM.AUKON — Davis 3-4-4-10; Scars 0-2-2-2; Uutzlno 8-2-2-8; Nicole! 1-21-4; AiUlison 5-5-0-15: Timkon 2-0-1-4: Newsom 3-0-2-6; Wclikainii 0-1-2-1; Kramer 3-4-2-6: Koehu 6-2-0-14; Whlt.sell 2-0-2-4. Totals 2S-18-1S-74. COOLI0GE—KendaO High held off a big fourth-period rally by Coolidge here Friday night for a 48-46 Western Arkansas Valley League basketball win. Kendall thus kept in the running for a share of the crown." The visitors led by 13-11, 30-16, and 38-26 at the first three stops. Kendall led by 15 points in the second frame and 13 in the third. But Coolidge pressed in the final period and narrowed the gap to Satanta Scores League Upset SATANTA-Satanta High's Indians upset Syracuse by 66-52 here Friday night, posting their second win of the entire season and their first High Plains Conference basketball victbry of the campaign. Satanta led by 16-12, 36-25, and 46-43 at the ends of the periods. Coach Bob Faurot's locals were ahead by 11 points in the third, but fell behind by four. They pulled back in front to stay, however. Satanta got in foul trouble early in the game. The winners shot a hot 47 per cent for the field (24 of 51) and made 18 of-42 free throws. Forty- six fouls were called in the game. Syracuse shot 31 per cent (18 of 59) and made 16 of 35 at the line. Mike Brownlee "l points) and Cecil Roberts (12) led Indian scoring. Larry Dunn (16), Oliver Palmer (15), and Dave Schmidt (10) were the Bulldog leaders. Preliminary: Satanta won B «am game by 57-47 as Bobby Faurot scored 16 points. Jim Roy (14) and Lee Wall (12) led losers. Next games; Satanta (now 2-12 overall) is at Elkhart next Friday. Syracuse (4-11) hosts Sub- lettc Friday. . SATANTA — Anton 4-0-4-8; Roberts 4-4-1-12; Kline 0-6-6-6; Brownlee 8-54-21; Bowen 4-0-0-8; Li 1110:1 2-4-1-8; Weckerllng 1-0-4-8; Faurot 1-0-0-2. Totals 24-18-23-66. 8YKACUSK — Dunn 7-2-3-16; Schmidt 2-6-3-10: Thomeczek 0-2-5-2; Palmer 6-3-3-13; McDaneld 1-3-5-5; Jaslett 1-0-3-2; Hammond 1-0-2-2. To ala 18-16-24-52. two points. The Blue Devils never did tie. however. Kendall shot 33 per cent (20 of 1) from the field and made 8 f 12 free throws. Coolidge fired 33 per csnt (19 of 58) and hit 8 f 10 at the line. Kendall led by 1-19 rebounds, paced by Bob Buck's 14 grabs. Danny Jury (18 points), Bob Buck (12),and Dan Buck (10) led Kendall scoring. Pat Barrett 16), Ken Brown (10), and Dale loldrcn (10) paced the Devils Preliminary: Kendall won B- team game by 25-18 as Joe Rishel and Jackie Reynolds each scored points. Keith Libertus led Cool- dgc with 7. Next games: Kendall (now 9- ovcrall) is at Dcerfield Tues- lay, Coolidge (now 5-13) is at Shallow Water next Friday. Both are WAVL games. KENDALL—Jury 8-2-3-18; B. Buck -4-0-12; Tope 2-1-2-5; D. Buck 5-0-10; Bontragcr 1-1-0-3. Totals 20-8- -4g. rOOLlUOK — Brown 5-0-0-10; Bar- jtt 7-2-3"-16: Hc4dren 4-2-2-10: Ittil- rlch 0-4-3-4; J. Hatcher 0-0-0-0; D. [atclver 3-0-1-6. Totals 19-8-9-46. 20—18 — Powell 0-0-1-0; Homer 0-0-3-0; Thompson 0-0-1-0: Sawyers 3-0-0-6; Kvaiis 2-2-4-6: Godfrey 2-3 2-6; Meyers 0-1-1-1; Burtnott 3-3~>-7 SmuU 8-0-1-6: Farther 2-0-1-4: 0-7-4-7. Totals 14-15-22-43. Syracuse Satanta . 12 18 IS 20 9—«S 20—W Cliuurrom Mute u WCKL Race All Mixed Up Standings of the West Centra Kansas League basketball race were scrambled again Friday night. Dodge City upset Lamed at Lamed by 55-52. It was Dodge's fifth straight win — and Larned's third loss in a row. Great Bend did not play Friday. Garden nipped Hays by 51-50 Garden's third straight win. Hay has lost thre* of its last five. Russell bombed Pratt by 44-28. Thus Tuesday's Dodge-at-Garden game will have a major ef feet on the WCKL Race. The standings as of today: 1. Great Bend 6-3; 2-3. Lamed and Russell each 6-4; 45. Dodge City and Hays each 5-4; 6, Garden City 4-4^ f. Pratt 0-9, Kendall tl 13 U 8 Liberal Assistant Quit* LIBERAL — Ray Fulton, as istant football coach at Liberal High, has resigned effective at the end of this school year. He did not announce his future plans. Earlier this week head football caoch Kayo McGillivray resigned, ending five seasons here. Fulton played footbalj at Guy- mdn, Okla., High, Wichita U., and for the pro Denver Broncos free-throw attempt and an Elk- lart eager grabbed the rebound. But Lakin's Trenton Warden slapped the bill out of his hands, grabbed it off the floor, and lay- ed it up for the winning bucket. Only three seconds remained. [t was Warden's only fielder of the game. Lakin shot 34 per cent (20 of 59) from the field and converted 16 of 28 free trows. Elkhart fired 35 per cnet (20 of 58) and made 14 of 24 at the line. Jim Kiwi ltd Lakin with 17 points. Brad Welch added 16 and Gary Beymer 10. Wayne Hartley poured through 27 points for Elkhart, making 10 buckets and 7 of 11 free shots. Gary Beasley added 10 points. The game was Lakin's Homecoming. Senior Judy Hilgcr reigned as queen. A near-full house o£ fans saw the game. Preliminary: Elkhart won B team game by 50-43, paced by Vcrnon Shelton's 20 points. Ted Buckholt led Lakin with 12. Next games: Lakin (now 11-4 overalll) is at Johnson Friday in another HPC test. Elkhart (9-6) hosts non-league Boise City, Okla., Tuesday. — Beymer 5-0-3-10: Kteel 6-7-3-17: Lucas 3-3-2-9: Welch 5-G- 5-16; Truskett 1-0-3-2; Warden 1-03-2; Vincent 0-0-1-0. Totals 33-16-20-56. — Beasley 3-4-6-10: Hartley 10-7-3-27; G Ilium 1-0-3-2: C. Williams 1-0-4-2: S. Williams 4-1-3-9: Stubblefield 1-2-3-4. Totals 20-14-23-54. I.akill .. Elkhart , 8 U 15 18 5—56 S—54 Ulysses Tourney Finishes Tonight ULYSSES — Liberal plays Hugoton at 8 p.m. here tonight for the championship of the annual Ulysses tournament for ninth- grade basketball teams. The 6:30 p.m. opener is for third place. It matches host Ulys ses against Sublette. Split end Del Shofner, caught 64 passes, gained 1,181 yards on forward pass receptions last season. It's the best one-year mark ever compiled by a New York Giant. Fat* 14 Ciiarilen City Telegram FtbnMry I, 1164 Holcomb Downs Johnson Team HOLCOMB — Holcomb High swept past Johnson by 20 points, 77-57, here Friday night for a High Plains Conference basketball victory. In previous meeting, Johnson had wen by 45-42 and Holcomb by 60-56. Johnson led by 23-21 at the end of the first frame, but Holcomb then took over for good. The Longhorns were in front by 42-37 at intermission and by 63-44 at the final turn. Holcomb's 77 point total was high for the season. The Longhorns shot a blazing 64 per cent (30 of 47) from the field and'made 17 of 21 free shots. Johnson shot 27 per cent (23 of 63) and hH 11 of 22 at the line. In rebounding, Holcomb led by 32-28, paced by 11 grabs from Wayne Thompson and 10 by Buster Adams. Ron Bales led the Trojans with 8. Thompson scored 27 Holcomb points, converting all his seven free-throw chances. Adams hit 22 points and John Katz 11. Marlon Neely, Norm Wilson, and Wayne Barber each scored 12 for Johnson. Preliminary: Holcomb won B- tcam game by 58-39 as Mark Robins scored 19 points Maylon Neely led Johnson with 16. Next games: Holcomb (new 9-8 overall) hosts Leoti next Saturday. Johnson (8-6) hosts Lakin Friday. IIOLCOMB — Thompson 10-7-1-27; Baler 0-3-2-3; Brown 4-0-6-8; M. Robins 0-0-1-0: Adams 9-4-4-22; Katz 6-1-3-11; Ernest 2-0-5-4; Maestaa 0-20-2. Totals 30-17-21-77. JOHNSON — Wilson 6-O-6-12; Joa- serand 0-3-0-3: Marlon Neely 4-4-4-12; Barber 6-0-3-12; Bales 3-3-4-9; Duron 4-1-0-9; Maylon Neely 0-0-0-0; Seyb 0-0-0-0. Totals 23-11-16-57. Uolcomb _ 2J Johnra* " tl 1 14—71 IS—67 Elston Howard of the Yankees paced American League catchers in hitting in 1983 with a .287 mark two points higher than Earl Battey of the Minnesota Twin*. -Whether buying or selling, u» Telegram Want Ads! Best Newspaper Story of Year! Th» phon* rang. "T»l»gr«m," t«id Hi* reception- itt. Th«r« was no tound on the other end of the line. "Telegram," (he repeated. Finally, after the third time, a rather nervoui female voice, laid, "I. (hit really the Telegram?" "That's right," (aid the receptionist. "With whom do you with to speak?" There wai en embarrassed silence. Then the female voice said softly, "I guess nobody. I just found this number In my husband's pocket." WIVES — If you don't believe this, loci- *i your husband's pocket and see if you find Tho Telegram's number!

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