Chino Champion from Chino, California on December 19, 1975 · Page 2
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a^i^Km^tmm^immmmmmmmmmmi mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm PfVIPOTVOTMVlP mmi 2—Chino Champion Friday. Dec. 19, 1975 Holiday tourney opens on 26th Fifteen teams, including five from the San Antonio league, have accepted invitations to the 35th annual Chino High school Basketball Toumament, which will run from Dec. 26 to 30. Cerritos, winner of last year's Christmas tourney, will be back again this yearj but the team to watch will be Alta Loma, which could be a sleeper this year. The Chino Cowboys, who were beaten in the finals last year by Cerritos, are ranked in the top eight for the tournament. They draw an opening game against University at 7:30 p.m., Friday, Dec. 26. Chino Coach Bob Elder said that the tourney will be a good one with no one team getting way aiiead of the others. He said that the SAL representatives will be the stronger teams in the toumament. SAL teams have won the title three of the last five years. Coach Elder said. Claremont is the top-seeded team in the tournament. The Wolfpack has two outstanding players in 6-5 forward Rob Fossum and 6-7 center Derrick Britton, who is a sophomore. The defending champion Dons, seeded No. 2, are a threat to repeat this year. Cerritos will be participating in the Chino Christmas Classic for the fourth year and has been in the finals each year so far. Although last year was the first in which La Canada did not make it to the finals, the Spartans have been seeded No. 3. Their entire team returned as seniors this year and the Spartans have always been a powerhouse, winning the Chino tournament twice. Fourth-seeded North High school of Riverside has a potential All-American starting at guard in 6-2 senior Jim McCloud. However, Alta Loma, which made it to the finals in the Upland-Montclair toumament against Garey, could surprise everyone in the Chino tournament. First test CHS soccermen edge Chaffey The Chino varsity soccer team, rated 13th in the preseason CIF poll, passed its first test last Wednesday when it defeated 12th-ranked Chaffey 2-1. The Cowboys, who were in the top eight last year, should move up in the next poll of the 83 teams in CIF. The Cowboys held a 2-1 halftime lead against Chaffey on goals by Edwin Marquez and Melchor Lopez and hung on to that lead during the second half. George Pineda, playing outstanding defense, blocked at least three Chaffey shots to save the game for the Cowboys. Chino is still looking for a permanent starter at goalie, the-weakest position on the team. Pat Kryz— siak had been a prospect but the Chino Cowboys' star receiver is still favoring sore knees. Until the position is filled, the Cowboys' game plan will be to get ahead in the first half and hang on as they did against Chaffey, Head Coach Buddy Ayala said. Sports and Recreation, An error occured in our od in Wednesday's "Chino Valley News". The 10% discount was for Dec. 13 only. Our regular prices for quality merchandise prevail - fj adams -*'»<>^ Jewelers .,^ CMitr«l a PhiM»l»Ma Counlrv Fa*r Cwrtf, Chtno Oowmtewn PenHMis h FREEDOM FLYER buUt by Dan Bruno, left, wiU be duplicated for the Camel GT racing series, by Gulstrand Engineering for its drivers, Jim Gamer, with Ganesha could have a shot at the title if the Giants can get past Alta Loma. Other teams that will be playing in the tournament which begins at 9:30 a.m. Dec. 26, are Temple City, Edgewood, Upland, Pomona, Escondido, Santa Ana, Mt. Carmel and Montclair. The tournament is divided into two brackets. Eight games will be played the first day with the winners going on to the winner's bracket Dec. 27 and the losers into the consolation bracket. Finals will be played Dec. 30 beginning with the fourth place game at 5 p.m., third place at 6:30 and the championsliip game at 8. The Cowboys, who have a short team this year, have revamped their offense and defense to compensate for their shortness. They have been using a pressure man-to-man defense and trying to control the backboards and on offense have gone to a fast-break, passing game. So far this year, they have been cold offensively and have had some trouble in the preseason contests with rebounding. Opening day pairings are as follows: 9:30 a.m. - Temple City vs Alta Loma 11 a.m. - Edgewood vs Ganesha 12:30 p.m. - Upland vs North 2 p.m. - Pomona vs Escondido 3:30 p.m. - Santa Ana vs Claremont 6 p.m. - Mt. Carmel vs Cerritos 7:30 p.m. - University vs Chino 9 p.m. - Montclair vs La Canada - . Lugo in tourney *" BylSHAWN OV^iSTREET' •'•''" WitlTcSii^'Iltent shooting and accurate passing, the Don Lugo frosh defeated the Covina Colts in the South Hills basketball tournament Tuesday night 66-61. The game see-sawed. At the half if was 30-28, . Chino. The score bounced back and forth to a 45-45 tie late in the third quarter. After that Chino-got hot: With two-and-a-half minutes left in the game, Chino led by 10 points. After that Lugo coasted to a well- earned win, the second in four games. "The 110% given by each individual," was the main reason given by Don Lugo's Coach Ken Hay. Chino presented a balanced scoring attack with everybody getting a hot hand at one time or another. Chino encountered difficulty containing the Colts' outstanding center, but with a full-court, man-to-man press the Conquistadores managed to contain the other four players. At the same time they broke Covina's press with a controlled offense. Mr. Bruno above, and Bobby Allison. Mr. Bruno is director of promotion and sponsor liaison for Gulstrand, a position that blocked his running for mayor Chino. Bruno in races, not for mayor Dan Bruno, local nurseryman, auto racing buff and former councilman, will not join the race for mayor - he's joining a firm that builds cars for the Camel GT Challenge racing series. Gul'Strand Engineering of Culver City has announced that Mr. Bruno has been appointed director of promotional activities for the 1976 racing series. That's 16 races, nine in this country, one in Canada and six in Europe. Mr. Bruno's responsibilities will be to personally direct and coordinate show activities involving DickGulstrand's Freedom Flyers '76, driving team, Jim Gamer and Bobby Allison. He will also serve as liaison between Gulstrand Engineering and its sponsors. Mr. Bruno said he had intended to run for mayor,' which he did in 1972, but the new position developed and Mr. Bruno will be doing considerable traveling. He said that his headquarters will be in Chino and industrial contacts among the race car sponsors will be visiting Chino. Two Chinoans who will work with Mr. Bruno parttime are John Madole and Mike Hoffman, who will help with the cars. Gulstrand has adopted the Freedom Flyer name and motif of Mr. Bruno's special Chevrolet Monza 2 plus 2, and two duplicates of the car will be built. IRS office moves The Intemal Revenue Service field office in'Po- mona has been relocated to 416 N. Garey Ave. The IRS office at 461 E. Holt Ave. was closed. The relocation gives the Social Security administration additional space in the Holt Ave. building. Your "Total" Service Ford Dealer LIBERTY FORD SALES SERVICE-PARTS BUD HULL STOP BY TODAY check our lew prices Christmas Clean-Up Montii Long time Chino resident, Trucic Mgr. Bud Hull, and all the Liberty Ford management invite Chinoans up to Liberty Ford. ^aiCS STOTT rttaAv to serve you 7 days a week. Service & parts ooen Mondav •hru Fridav LEVI VANS Large selection of Van Conversions In stock r&ady for delivery or will build to suit. Special paints - Black-Sllver- Brlght Red-Orange. Vans by Custom Craft, Travco, Red-E-Kamp, Comfort Craft. AS LOW At $4599 F-100, e-cyl.. std. Irans., full ctrpelinq & panning, raducad lound axhausi system, fuel system, evap. amission control, 5 078.15 B 4PR PT black wall tiras, powar braltes. Wimbledon wnite. Custom Craft 68405. Stk. T6.i:?0. Liberty Ford 2855 Foothill Blvd., La Verne Mon.-Sgt. 9-9 p.m. Sun. 10-6 p.m. 593-7411 /2 Blks wast of Garey) ArtCarved Wedding Rings are joyful expressions of your Christmas marriage. They're handcrafted from 14-karat gold in a variety of styles. Arranged in fashion collections. f\- adams ^ Jewelers Ctntral ft PMIadtlpMa Country Ftir Cantar, China /». -Also- Dowfniown Pomona Mtll Freak incident drops Lugo into 2nd place Wrestlers from Don Antonio Lugo High school won second place among 23 teams in the Los Amigos tournament Saturday and would have claimed the championship except for an odd occurence and a disallowed protest by Coach Sam Sadich. Wrestlers were active on four mats at once and a wliistle was blown for one set of wrestlers. Larry Gleason thought it was sounded for his match. The Lugo wrestler broke and turned his back on his opponent, who took advantage of the break and pinned Gleason. Cpach Sadich tried to protest, but the referee turned a deaf ear. That was tlie only match the 175- pounder lost out of four. It put him in third place and Lugo lost by an 88'/2-92 margin. Lugo claimed second place in the tournament last year also. Other winning Lugo wrestlers were Larry Alinez, who took the 95-pound championship winning four straight, two by pins; Jimmy Rohrer (123 pounds) won two pins, one decision, and lost in the finals to take second; Tod Morrell (133) won three, lost one, third place; Ben Almendariz, (138) won three, lost the second match in overtime, third place; Kurt Mossberger (191), won two out of three for third place; Ronnie Salgado, won two by pins, lost two, one in overtime ii} the semifinals, for fifth place; and Mike Rico (120) won two out of four for fifth place. Lugo wrestles in the Fountain Valley toumament this Saturday. A meet with Azusa scheduled for Wednesday this week was cancelled because Azusa could not field a freshman team. Lugo won a 48-24 decision over Alta Loma last Thursday at Alta Loma. Lugo winners at Alta Loma were AUriez, pin; Rohrer, pin; Javier Pimentel (112) pin; Morrell, decision; Almandarez, pin; Joe Melendez, (154) decision; Gleason, pin; Mossberger, and Bomar Smith, (heavyweight) forfeits. e j^T<m) Sunday thru Thuraday Dinner Spaeiai Casa d« Narod Spaaiai served with ctioica of soup or salad, beans or rice, eorn or flour tortlllas,.coffae, or taa a dessert. 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