Ukiahi girls overpower Potter Valley twice Friday, January 21, 1983 Ukiah Pally Journal, Ukiah, Calif.—11 ^uroal Sports Staff Potter |alley's basketball girls tonight hit Point Arena in Northwestern Mgue play, after finding themselvtp sorely taxed in a scrimmag like set of games with Ukiahi's Jyvefe and Varsity teams Thursday dp the Ukiahi courts. Potter VWle/'s Jayvees appeared Intimidated ani awed at times in a 376 loss, getting only a second quarter field goal fron Thornton, a fourth- quarter field pal, with four minutes to go from Marshall at the top of the key, and two fee shots by Campbell a minute later. —Ukiahi's i/arsity, after a slow start, gained .'hythm, movement and thus momenum, in a 52-24 victory over Potter, outshooting their reluctant shootinj neighbors, 23-10 from the floor. • The Ja.wees of Potter, once they got that second field goal, appeared to perk up «rd relax a bit, and lost the last quaver 10-6 but the last few minutes by only a 6-4 margin. They trust they won't f ind Point Arena so awsome Eight Ukiahi girls scored in the Jayvee game, while Erin King, Melinda Hunter, Paige Galletti, and Jenny Tuttle also played well at times but did hot score. Scorers and points included: Tanya Kessler, 8; Verba Wright, 7; Renee Alexander, 5; Andrea Maize, in one of her best games to date, 6; Trina Huey, 4; Tami Martin, 3; and Angle Cost and Laurel Snarski, 2 each. • In the second game, the Ukiahi Varsity girls simply had too much inside strength and overall height; and, above all, mobility, in scoring a 52-24 victory over Potter Valley, which should move and shoot much better back home tonight ... or else be In trouble in their league game. The quickness, drives and to-the- hoop efforts and baskets of Jill (VB) Anderson, and some fine outside shooting and occasional rebounding of Marcy Bell accounted for nearly half of Potter's Varsity points: 8 by Anderson, 5 by Bell. Coach Karen Ricketts appeared to be working on several things, including not wearing down the Varsity lest it not move against Point Arena tonight. But there's also little doubt she had hoped for more movement and scoring from the Bearcats, shut off by Ukiahi's front-line windmill, hands in the face front-line pressure; and its strong rebounding, inside game and cut-off backcourt play. Tight defense, normally a Potter Valley trademark, featured Ukiahi's play, as it too prepared for its league opener...against Santa Rosa, here, next Tuesday at 4 and 5:30 p.m.. Ukiah was not particulary effective in its early shooting, leading just 5-4 at one point in the first quarter. But once it got its Inside offensive game, sparked by effective passes and some relaxed, nice-touch shooting by Lisa Jordon, who wound up with seven field goals, only three less than the entire Potter Valley team, moving a bit, the points began to fall for Ukiah a bit more frequently. Quickness on defense, in reaction time as well as height and a shut-off valve defense, in addition to more frequent and improving accuracy, including some fine use of the backboard and hoop by Tami Shortridge, who had six field goals and 12 points, put Ukiah over the top. Angle Cupp, who sometimes hustles herself out of "player control" in her competitive zeal on both offense and defense, played more within herself, after one very early foul, and turned her body control into finding open spots and hitting baskets with better touch and control, scoring four field goals and eight points, and earning post-game commendation from Coach Bill Brunemeyer for her improved play. Nine Ukiahi girls scored, with reserves playing frequently. Besides the 15 points of Lisa, 12 by Tami and 8 of Angle, Ukiah's scorers included: Mary Zaina, 5 points; Pam Telschow, 4; and Wendy Taylor and Bari Brunemeyer, who teamed well in the offensive backcourt and defensive forecourt; Lisa Sciocchetti, who spelled Lisa Jordon, and Woody Woodward, who helped on the boards and as playmaker, each scored 2 points. However, Potter Valley, for all its honest efforts and at times close defensive play, is not Santa Rosa or future NBL opponents who soon must be dealt with, game after game, starting here next Tuesday. Between now and then the Ukiahi girls have some polishing to do on both offense and defense, and some shooting practice, from field goals to free shots (6/18 Thursday, to look forward to. Scoreboard NBA Standings By United Pltn International Eastern Conference Atlantic Division Phlla Boiton New Jer»y Wlhngtn New York • Central Division Milwauke Atlanta Detroit Chicago Indiana Cleveland Western Conference Midwest Division W an Anton an City Denver Dallas Utah Houston Pacific Division Los And W L P 0 t . 33 5 .868 19 9 25 15 17 21 14 25 Phoenix 26 1 5 634 5 Portland 2416600 6 4 Seattle 24 16 600 6", G B Golden St 1 7 24 .415 14 - San Diego 1 1 31 262 20'* .783 4 Thursday's Results .625 9 Cleveland97, Washington89 .447 16 Dallas 121. Portland 112 359 !»'*, San Diego 100, Indiana 95 Today's Games .659 - (AllTimesPST) .513 8 Cleveland at New Jersey, 4 35 p m .488 7 Seattle at Philadelphia. 4 35 pm 3 3 3 1 3 Boston at Chicago, 5:35 p.m .316 13", Houston at Kansas City, 5 35 p m .184 l a y< Washington at Milwaukee;*.? pm New York at Utah, 6i 3f)p m Indiana at Phoenix, t 35 p m San Antonio at Los Angeles, 7 30 p m Denver at Golden State. 8 05 p m Saturday's Games Chicago at Washington Atlanta at Detroit Utah at Dallas Portland at Houston New York at Denver 2 9 8 7 84 — Golden St. at San Diego 27 14 20 19 20 21 13 26 12 26 7 31 L Pet 26 18 .819 22 16 .579 20 22 .476 17 22 .436 17 25 6 33 O B 2 6 7-/4 405 9 154 IBM, College Basketball Scores By United Press International Thursday East Duquesne 71, Cincinnati 63 St. Bona venture 64, W Virginia 63 South Ala Birmingham 71, Old Dominion 60 So. Alabama 88, Jacksonville 73 Va. Commonwealth 78, So. Miss 64 Midwest Indiana 89, Michigan St. 85 Iowa 68, Minnesota 52 Ohio St. 75, Michigan 68 Wichita St. 72, Bradley 65 Wisconsin 49, Northwestern 45 South w*«* Lamar 83, NE Louisiana 53 New Mexico St 76, Drake 57 Sam Houston 80. Dallas Bapt 79 West Air Force 51 , Pan American 46 Brlgham Young 77. Colorado St 63 Cal-Irvine 82, Santa Barbara 76 Fresno St. 66, Utah St 62 Fullerton St. 62, Pacific 56 Idaho 59, Weber St 49 Idaho St. 77. Boise St 59 Stanford 92, Southern Call! 74 UCLA 68, California 63 Washington St. 76, Oregon St 64 Wyoming 65, Utah 49 Town & Country women discover 'you can't win 'em all NHL Standings By MOSTYN THAYER i Associate Sports Editor "Yiu can't win 'em all!" It v*s beginning to look like the Town & Country wimen would break that age-old, law of sports but the inevitable finally happened this past Monday night. T&C the first-half champions with a perfect 60 recod and 1-0 in the second-half going into Mondays match, ran into a rapidly improving Pear Tee Lounge team and suffered their first defeat y the tight score of 7 games to 5. Evenjnore surprising than T&C's defeat was the faclthat their top player of the first-half and the topvoman player of the entire league during that peiod, Sue Craig, was beaten twice and is now l-3n the second-half. A brijht spot for T&C continues to be Laurie Henly.fowever. Henley was 5-0 in the first-half, just mising by one game edging out Craig for the besffirst-half record (based upon at least one game payed per team m a tch). But ifenley is determined to take the top spot this tire, having already amassed a 4-0 mark this yer, making her a perfect 9-0 overall.,T&C may b^eatable, but apparently Henley is not. —Belides Pear Tree, the only other women's team wth a 2-0 record thus far in the second-half Is Tobe's Hilltop. * Harold's Club, the first-half men's champ, continues to make a run for an overall sweep, having won their second straight second-half match Wednesday night. Three Harold's Club players are undefeated as well: Larry Bianchi, 3-0, and Randy Kutler and Ralph Lucerio, both 2-0. —But the Water Trough, 2-0, is coming on strong and boasts no less than five undefeated second-half players: Marty Arney, Richard "Hopsing", and John Ritter, each 3-0, and Jerry Jacomella and Bubba Stroh, who are 2-0. —The Town & Country men have taken up where the T&C women left off, also going 2-0 in the second-half. Three T&C men are unbeaten to this point as well: Ivan Rauch and Blake Smith, 3-0, and Rick Garron, 2-0. UKIAH POOL ASSOCIATION HC-Harold's Club TC- Town & Country WT-Water Trough EL- Elpis JP-JlnYs Pizza RU- Russell's TS-The Station CC-Club Calpella FC- Forest Club HP- Hoppers Corner MEN'S LEAGUE 2-0 2-0 2-0 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 0-2 0-2 0-2 mmmmmm. his Friday & • • • save an a Mir,on a i ("WW*!, ORIGINAL MARK DOWN r I LESS 25% .991 YOU PAY _ SAVINGS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT I'M fpfcARTMJE CENTER \ Store Hours: , Mon.-Frt. 9:30 9:00 SHi .'*:30-6:00 _ Suh. i2:0Q-5;QT> ; TOP INDIVIDUAL PLAYERS HC- Larry Blanchl RU- Dave Gott TC- Ivan Rauch TC- Blake Smith WT- Marty Arney WT- Richard "Hopsing" WT-John Ritter HC- Randy Kutler HC- Ralph Lucerio RU- Henry Abshire TC- Rick Garron TS- Lewis Bartolomei WT- Jerry Jacomella WT- Bubba Stroh WOMEN'S LEAGUE PT- Pear Tree Lounge TH-Tobe's Hilltop HC- Harold's Club TC- Town & Country WT- Water Trough EL- Elpis JP-Jim's Pizza CC- Club Calpella HP- Hoppers Corner TOP INDIVIDUAL PLAYERS TC- Laurie Henley PT- Kathy Gard EL- Eileen Quadrio JP- Iva Karley HC-Tamara Perry PT- Jean Chadwick TC- Ruth Fackrell WT-Teri Bell (Tobe's Hilltop Individual records unavailable) 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 1-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-2 0-2 4-0 3-0 2-0 2-0 3-1 3-1 3-1 3-1 By United Preu International walea Conference Patrick Division Philadelphia NY Islanders Washington NY Rangers Pittsburgh New Jersey Adams Division I Boston I Montreal Buffalo J uebec artford Campbel) Conference Norrls Division Chicago Minnesota St Louis Detroit Toronto W L T 20 13 29 16 21 15 22 18 12 27 10 28 30 10 25 13 22 15 20 20 12 30 Pts. 6 64 8 58 11 53 6 50 7 31 11 31 7 67 9 59 9 53 6 46 5 29 27 13 9 63 1 9 22 5 43 18 24 7 43 1522 10 40 1 6 23 7 39 W L T P is . 28 12 7 63 2414 9 57 15 26 B 38 1125 12 34 10 25 9 29 Smythe Division Edmonton Winnipeg . 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