Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on February 8, 1964 · Page 11
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Beavers Win In Overtime DIGHTON — Scott City High — rated Kansas' third-best Class A basketball squad — just missed being upset here Friday night. But the Beavers came through. Long-time rival Dighton almost tipped the Beavers but finally lost. 77-75 in one overtime period. The hard-earned victory gave Scott the undisputed Western Kansas Education Assn. banner. The win boosted Scott's overall record to 14-2; the Beavers have now won 13 in a row. It also avenged one of Scott's two early- season defeats: 54-51 loss to Dighton at Scott in a Dec. 3 non league clash. Scott led through most of the early firing: by 18-14, 35-29, and 56-46 at the ends of the first three periods. At one stage in the late * * * Scott Returns To Title Room DIGHTON—By tipping fired- up archrival Dighton in overtime here Friday night, Scott City High returned to the throne room of Western Kansas Education Assn. basketball. Coach Roland Delay's Beav-ers wrapped up the crown after an early-season 58-50 WKEA loss at Ness City. LaCrosse won the cage crown last season with a similar 5-1 record. The 1961-62 champ was Ness City, also with a 5-1 WKEA standard. Scott City was champion the previous three seasons, each time with perfect 6-0 conference records. Those seasons were 195859, 1969-00 and 1960-61. Before that string started, Scott shared the title with Dighton and LaCrosse in the 1957-58 season. Two more WKEA games remain, both next Friday. LaCrosse is at winless Jetmore. The Leopards could share second with Dighton by winning at Jetmore. Tribune entertains Ness City. The winner could advance to third in the final standings. Scott, Leoti, and Dighton have completed their league slates. Standings at present for WKEA games only: 1. Scott City 5-1; 2. Leoti 4-2; 3. LaCrosse 3-2; 4. Dighton 3-3; 5-6 Ness City and Tribune each 2-3; 7. Jetmore 0-4. RecCagers Play Three lliree games were played in the recreational basketball league at Ben Grimsley Gym here Friday night. Ingalls defeated Garden City Jaycees by 49-22 in the opener. Jim O'Blenness scored 12 points for the winners. Gayle O'Blen- ness hit 11 and Roger Loewcn 10. Ben Meyer and Kantola each •cored 6 for the losers. In the second game, Hamilton County Jaycees of Kendall topped .Henkle Drilling by 40-34. Willinger paced the winners with 16 points, and Graber added 12. Kinney topped Henkle with 10. The nightcap saw Oswalt Industries edge School Faculty by 4340. The losers rallied for » 16-9 edge in the last frame and just fell short. M. Dias led Oswalt with 17 points. Vogel and Adams each scored 12 for the losers. Three more recreational games will be played tonight, Poo* IS ftantan City Tp Saturday, February I, 1t*4 channels 6 and 11 television-week of Feb. 2-8 third, Scott zoomed 14 points In front. But Dighton shot a blazing 61 per cent from the field in the last period — and the Hornets finally' moved ahead twice. The last lime was at 69-67. Scott'* till Lawrence Berry hit a 35-foot fielder to tie it up at the end of regulation play — with just two seconds left. The jam- packrd gymnasium was a madhouse, and fans poured onto the floor. In the overtime. Dighton led early 71-69. Scott then moved ahead but Dighton tied the count at 75-all. With six seconds left in the extra frame, Ken Meredith of Scott threw the ball inbounds from under the Beaver basket. He threw in high to 6-4 Berry — who jumped up and pushed in the winning fielder. That play won Scott its first league cage title since 1901. The Beavers shot 39 per cent (28 of 72) from the field and convarted 21 of 33 free shots Dighton hit 38 pr cent (27 of 725 from the field and 21 of 31 at the line. Meredith finished with 24 points, converting 10 of 12 free shots. Berry hit 16 points and Dick Crist 12. Sam Porter fired in 29 for the Hornets, converting 5 of 6 free throws. Rikki Hemel scored 14 points and Dennis Thomas 11. Preliminary: Scott won B- team game by 79-61 as Donnic Geist scored 20 points. Jay Cook scored 17 and Fred Bentley 15 for the losers. Next games: Scott hosts .non- league Ulysses Tuesday. Dighton (now 8-6 overll) is at non- league Cimarron Tuesday. SCOTT CITY .... Berry 6-4-1-16: Thomas 2-1-3-5: A. Gruvcr 3-1-5-7; Meredith 7-10-3-24: Eggleston 1-.I-1-5; Crist 6-2-2-12: Harper 4-0-2-8: Holdenittij O-O-l-O. Tcrtals 28-21-21-77. DUillTON — Fullmer 1-2-2-4; Hemcl 6-2-3-14: Porter 12-5-3-29: Egbert 0-0-5-0: D. Thomas 2-7-5-11; C. Thomas 0-0-0-0: Crowley 2-0-1-4; Hanna 2-2-4-6; Bartlett 2-3-4-7. Totalw 27-21-23-75. Scott City 1» 17 SI IS »-77 IMglitolii — 14 16 17 23 *—75 Women's Club To Get Help KANSAS CITY (AP) — The women of the Lenexa Civic Club took their problems to the city council this week. The club has tried to plant flowers, shrubs and to landscape areas of the city, a suburb of Kansas City. But: The Santa Fe Railroad asked the women not to place plants on its property. So did the state highway department. A scotch pine tree the group planted next to the City Hall was uprooted. A picnic table in Penny Green Park was stolen the day after it was painted by the women. A row of lilacs planted nearby was inadvertently mowed down by city workmen. Councilman Jack Marshall assured the club the city would make a special effort to provide care for its parks this summer. 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