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Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas · Page 13

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AVALANCHE-JOURNAL—Sunj«y Morning, April t, H75 Dave Roberts Fails In Record Attempt AUSTIN (API - World wore jjutuly purple polka-dotted holder Duvc Roberts hit shorts, passed until the bar tjio bar going up three times at 18 i'eet, 8 inches, in trying to beat his own pole vault mark Saturday and settled for a te.vis Relays co-record at J8-1. The red-haimt Roberts, who vaulted 18-li inches at the Florida Relays two weeks ago, lilomed his fiberglass polo for lii? kiilure to set a now record. "The pole I have is .just too soft once T ^ct past IS feel," -iaid llobcTts. "I'm yoiiif; to have to get a'wihej- one though I set the world record this on<\" Roberts, former NCAA champion at Kice University, easily uleared JS-l, tlie best ever for him in his home state. He's from Corn-re. The left-handed Roberts, who Weather Aids Schoolboy Thinclads reached 17 feei. He easilj' cleared 17 feet, 17-G. and 18-1 before his three misses at what would have been a new world record height. Paul Cummings of Brigliam Young ran only the second sub- four minute mile in the 48 years of the Texas Relays with a time of 3:59.8. The NCAA r-hanipion was one-tenth of a second ol'f the meet record. Two world record holders were disappointments in the high jump and shot put. inlrri-!.!!? Mi:i' KOI.O--I. Kansas. CiiNoi.j \V)Je5*. t'fKJle l.c-wi;. Ramly lionson. Waddell Cntilli j.W.l. 2 Uiiylor. 3:OS.-(. a. -Mis- sUsiniu Slate, :t:10,:.:< 1. T«as A&.\C. Si:.. I. r>. ri'jiilhern Mc:lhinli-l. ;',:H.S. 6. 4(11* R<ilsv- -1. Tex-as (.lo'nn l.cc. Billy JucK^-jn, Overton sut.u'je Marvin Xash, S!>.F. 1'. Aruor.a 40.3. 3, Kr.n-v.-l-, 40.4. 4. Tcxas-EI Paso 10.tj. 5. Auburn -10.8. B, 'sorinl nifjlev relay—1, To:;as Southern <l')niv:l F'ou^li. Sain l;oll, .NjLiMeu Tolcn, J.it'iianl Ne*vninn> .1:18.'-'. -. Oklahoma, ..-IS.3. ;!, Houston. S:Ui.7. 4. Louisiana i.-lalo. '.',:1^.7. 3. \YI'iConsvn. 3:1!'.?. : r-'outhwrMciii Louisiana. 3:VO.Ii. Venn- Mile Kclay—I. Tcx.i;-E! I'aso < Krink Mune/te. Tony Aunijja. Janie Mum.-,-la. Wilson Woiffwa> Kii'JD.j: L', Wisconsin Ki:£>.!): ", Oklahoma lii::;b.!>: UMiihoma siaie 1U:i:i.«: :.. Iowa Stale lb:T-'.l: c>. Kllnsits SlaU- I'!:7>'J,S. tnn ersity-Collci* Triple Jump_ - 1. Moiv Pomotiav. H'-'.i'rtin F';;:. u> .'--.1; -. Jamc.K Xyumutci, Oolorailo 5--0'i I '.'i, \Vcsls' Emitll. Loui- i-ian.-i Tech 51-7H-: 4 L>anny Geay. Kansas JV-3?;: S. scighe Porbani. Southwest Missouri 31-0*i: Michael Earnhardt, New Mexico 51-4'i. JPO-3UI Collinj. TKBS Christian 9.5; -. Kofi Okyir. AjtffOo State S).6: 3. Clilford Wiley. Kansas 0.7: 4. dive Sands, Iowa state 9.7: 5 SHan Bracy, Oklahoma D.7; 6, CiiarlCK Dawson, Texas Atil D.8. Mile—1, Rand;- Smitli, Wichita State. 4:07.S. '.', Mike Boil, Eastern vnew Jfexiro. 4:10.2. 3. Rick iliisffravc. Colorado, (:10.^ ^. Dan Hwrer. Sonlhwe.^t Mis-^ouri '.-late. -1:V1.0. 3. Lcil Gatsc.it. Xorlliv-c-stt-Tis \ Louisiana, -4:U.S. tt. Joint Biaillordj .\h- -' sitw jiHi'-'-t. IX-ina l.rnue. Texas. 64-3'j.l WiUon soared 13-10. The Semi' j wiu,<-!"Ma^ ^rt f sOive'sK. .M-lt'.i. ti. Uatl Jnlinsun, \\'iEeon ', Backfield Highlights Raider Scrimmage across to tlie Schoolboy (liincliids \\'f<(. Texas rescinded • tiiisUindiii!,' \venllicr conditions ^ilh surprising poi'loniiances Saturday. At tlie Golden Tornado Relays in Lames a. where Dawson and Kcrmit. won its respective (Track Suniinarie.s .I'ajfc C, Sec. C) learn titles, pole vault or MONTEREV GOLD - Plainsmen Randy Yales, right, and Danny Martinez helped MI-IS to the city track championship Satur day by finishing 1-2 in the 880-yard dash. Yat-cs set a city mark in the event (1:57.7) and Martinez ran a commendable 1:58.1 A1HS won the team title. (Staff Photo by Gary Davis) (Continued From Fag« One) running or passing the ball for TDs, then David Mellott was dcking field goals from afar. Mellott, a sophomore, soccer- style specialist, rammed home kicks of 52 and 58 yards. The longest field goal in Raider history is a 55-yarder by Kenny Vinyard in 1966. Chances are, Mellott will get a shot at bettering that mark come this fall. "This (the scrimmage) will give us a pretty good evaluation of the players," said Sloan after the session. "We had too many fumbles (12) but I sort of expected that. We didn't have as much defensive leadership as I'd liked. "I hate to pick out one indi vidual and say he had a gooc day because as sure as I saic it, we'd look at the films anc see that he didn't have tha 1 good of a day." Sloan and his staff will have today and Monday to view tlie film, evaluate the performances and make lineup adjustments before the RaidL'rs return to the practice field. This week, Sloan will hold workouts on Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday before setting another mornin; scrimmage Saturday. Sloan said he was pleased with his quarterback play and thought the second-team offensive line began showing some .mprovement. "We still have a lot of work, to do," he said. "At times today, we had some hard tackling and looked good. This is a good group of players to work with." Oil the quarterbacking scene, Duniven completed five of eight passes for 90 yards and one TD, a 30-yard beauty that fell into the hands of flanker Willie Kent. Rodney Allison, running second-team currently, completed four of eight for 104 yards and a score. The big play was 70-yard screen pass to tailback Billy Taylor. Taylor crossed the goalline three times Saturday. In addition to the 70-yard pass play the 215-pound freshman also scored on runs of one and five yards. He led al! rushers with 66 yards on nine carries. Isaac covered 49 yards on six attempts. Hoskins ran for 61 yards on eight tries and Rufus Myers, the second-team full back, ran 10 times for 31 yards Each of the quartet broke for runs of 12 yards or longer. Defensively, nose guard Ecomet Burley, tackles Billy Bothwell and Ray Hennig plus and Louis Jones wreaked havoc with the second and third-team offensive units at times. Weak-side linebacker John Klinger dealt a punishing blow on quarterback Tres Adami as did Jordan on tight end Sylvester Brown. Tony Green and Jerry Bomar joined Jordan on the pass theft list. Tuesday, at 4 p.m., the Raiders return to the practice field. Mackenzie Nabs Title In Junior High Meet Mackenzie Junior High won the overall team championship Saturday at the Lubbock Spring Invitational Tennis Tournament. About 210 netters participated in three divisions—advanced, intermediate and novice—in the three grades. Wilson placed second overall, followed by Atkins, Evans and Hutchinson. riolo ace \\oukl ii!;e to have j ;,vr'i:j: 7 >-' vione even higher but the stand-;' Pole v'iuH—l. GIHI umiick Minnesota. ;inls wouldn't strrtcl-, an inch U s 1; l ^S^ ul ^;, i ^%|^ tc { (i .tV higher. U:ei. Kim s:c-olt, Wi:-roii3in; Iiavio siicn-- . ., , . 1 herd. Texas: and BraJ Blair. Texas Another vaulter. Hoj.scvelt s A&M. iu-0. T'-( \-irmi1i-l f'-iL-o- fnr.nn^l I h r. l 1-0-llifl] hlll'lUCM-'!. l.ajT.V Shljln, I-SI). iv.umOHff t IKC.i. topped me | ,-• -. - : v am .,. i :o laml .Kansas State 11.0: Vi'w Dt.'iil Invitational with a--, r.tbeu Maiun. s-omiwusi Louisiana, tin effort as Ollon won the j ^A^nr^^-'f c^'^l,^. Vlyss AA division a%ti Peters-1 ma'xe LU. burg nipped favored LCHS for | K-vm'DcLorev'^iijinr^'d BUI L iino«iei.' MlC Class A U'Ophv. LC[-!S'S i l"«'a. B-:i. •(. 'Lew "iVIiitciwail. lIisMVMnpi r -, • ,,,..,. ,, , | state. 6-11. n. Bill Jankunis. Colorado. 6-. DonniS \\llllS won tllS quarter- Ui, K, warren Sliankltn. Koi-tlieaat Loui-1 mile and anchored the winning siana. u-rt 7nile relay to top the Eagle efforts. Dimmitt won the boys' title and Roosevelt the girls' at the Wolverine Relays in Springlake-Earth, Four meet marks toppled in the boys' division, led by Woody Lyons' fa'-a leap in tlie high jump. Perry ton wen the mile relay and edged El Paso Surges 7S- v;; 1 - for the team title at the Anianllo Relays for g;irla. 01- t.on, with 105 points, roared to vhc small schools' title at the .'•ame meet. In San Angclo. whore a host] of teanii gathered Cor a four-division affair. t:i Paso Surges look the Division I trophy with Monahans grabbing the Division II honors. suri'ei'c.'d I'.f Collese Divisio* 4!0 Relay—1, Southeastern Louisiana fCro^ Lawrence, Isiali Pou:;las. Wa>-r.c Hardy, Ralph sniittii -10.5 'J, Grantbllnu 40.G. 3 Soulhern-iVcw Orleans 41.0. •!, An- (tolo 41.L 5. Jac-kson Stale 41 3. 6. Wiley •41 S. Tiv« ill!? Relay: 1. Prr,iri« v r icw A&M fP.omiUl nimiinilu, rvrano r.Dvaila. Cornell Evans, Perek ir.tnk^) brask.vOmaha. 7:"i;,t: 7::\'.T; 4. JinU.^it Stale, homa Chrisllan 7:4L9: K. Kar.su? Statr PillshuviTii 7:17.1. ^^ilc RCI.I.V—[. yjjiih'iern. .^ntiiony rain tkiinir^. Jcssr .lolinsiui. t'Ycfl j{nll. .Vndro-,', I*:-o^i. yi.'D.n. L', P:<iirie Vieir A£.M r.:ll-0. :;. Wlcs- ^:1L'.9. •!. HC'iilv^rn-N'.-'n Osierr.s ; 4 .:i:i.(). Ti. Easlem K^\v ilfixior U p !4.-'. 8. Southwest Texas 3:17.;;. .Tunlnr Collrcf Tun -Tu'in-on, f.asforn Ottalmttia f].Cf: * r.ichy Bto^infipld, Odo.-^a tO.O: 4 nr< K<«nc. r.an;ji-r 10.0; 3. .M:V:c l-'vay Odessa. lo.n. 15. fani^I stass. Bliur, 10.0. — I. BiftocnfielJ. l-'rav-. IC.-K ot the sjas.'ii in Divisiiin III as 1-lumlin Look the title. | .Mason, a hcaw ftivorite, \\on Division IV. i Individuall\. Brownliekl's j Robert Lepard nnd ^iidlondi Lue's ^lilton Jones shared the i limelig^it. Lepard rana 1:55.5 inj the haltmilc and Jones tossed i tile shot G2-; 1 .. B: th \t-oic meet j marks and rank amony the besti in the state. ' , rin 3Ia;tin. \'c-nior. 1^'tlt^j 11.^. L 1 . r.;inECi- It. 4 '. '•'. Wiarton VI.?. 4. Cisco <'!.''. 5. Kasfcrn Oklahoma f.'.Ti. 6. Elinn 4'j.ij. . 13) Hiptii Hurdle.-;— I. KcWie Harper.: £nut!iwe>t OiirisliSR 14.S; -'. Jfarvin ste-, \cn-;i>n. Hl:nn 11. 7: ",. Gary Wofforri. Vlo- ' r'--*mt Vallfv. lj.0; .1 Boh O? l.anr- . i N>\'.- .Moxifo I"".-: .">. l-irni A st Kcakics-. Kan! .l;ii'into lo.L'; li, Tim (livens, .South Plains io.;:. | Mile May— 1. Hanctci- 'K'?ith lirinH^on. r.iiti,- l.in^cn CrNig McPh^il. Bill Cork: :;:ll.!i rre.r r:cl;is's r«rtnl. old record of, :!-l-'.T L-tJt bv r.an^t;r. l!)7ii. 2 O(i^s>a' .'i 0 00-.Veter I. Kent; Snyder Captures! Win Over Tors [ SNYDI'.'.r-l (Special)—Sn\xler M-l'eated Lamesa 5-2 Saturday in a Diiiti'icl ^-AAA baseball The win throws the !ir.st-half r;n'.e in II-AAA into a three-way lictwecn Snyder. Brownfield. and Lamcia. Ail are 1-1. Snydnr. now 10-8 for the season, won the game with five runs in the sixth inning. Hutchison, unittlarlioil S:4'.V^: :!. Jay Mil-i It^r. Now MexicD S:4'.r>: -1 "Rob C'.-.h^tcn-; :,p]\ \\'Lch-lA stale ?^U.3; .t. Gibson Catei. Te:>ai-Kl Paso S:4j.j; B. Sieve Hall, ilin- r.CMla S:1S.l. IhKii .lumn—1. rjwisnt Stonc-F Pacific] ("'U'-st C/.:i>. 7-1: 2. 'Tiel ^r.nr.-in Taylor, i r;nir Cor,'-t rlub, and Grr? joy. Texas-Toil ['a.,;., ii-lk 4. Elliott Terry. Gulf Coast.' M'/'t pul- I. \] 7-Vurerlmrh. rncr.ir: Cc-.l^t t'iub <jT-l^i :.'. Tiishop Dol'Riewit-,:. •|Y\n-,-c\. 61-7. 71.' Sanimv \Va!kcr. Gull . ;t Club. bo-lt.J. Dana L- Due. Texa^. •10' mciJiu.ii IiurJI^—i Jnn Hoi, - coa:st riub. -lf).0, 'J. Rob Cis- ' slonian. Pacinc Coasit Club. 31.::. U. 1M! Kl>crhart. Nurth TeNir;. M.9 •!. Allen! smith. Lnmar. j?.-\. .1. Jimmy Coiley. i i;.-.<-lor. 3'J.4. B. Bill UohmeiL-r, Kan-'as. Simp 52.4. ; l»ob VauJi—1. Dave noberts, Fiorina TraL- 1 : Club. t^-L -. I.irry Jos;-e(!. TCXI--I Kl ra^.0. L7-J5. 3 TT.y Porter, Gulr C'oa-,1; Cllih. 16-R. Only prints. 1 >Tilr—t. Pail] Cijmmin^?. Eri^l-arr/i YOIMS. 3-.:>9.8. 2. Mike Slack. North Dn- koin state-cx 3:M". '.:. 1^'n ffilion. 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