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mmm^mm^mem ^^^^^Fwm S'Ohlno Cbampion •mlllHHlAMWIHmUWNHHIIWIIIIIMIUUI Fri., Oct. 7,1977 uniinnniiuiiiiimiiiMnumniHHiiiiiHM !i Defensive battle looms for CHS By MIKE TULLIUS Tonight's meeting between the Chino Cowboys and Ganesha Giants at Cal Poly should be quite a defensive battle but the Cowboys should have the offensive edge. The undefeated Giants (3-0) are ranked No. 4 in the CIF's latest poll for the Southeastern conference, a drop from the No. 2 spot despite a 7-6 win over Claremont last week in the San Antonio League opening game. The Cowboys moved up a notch to No. 6 after defeating defending SAL co-champion Garey 20-12. Tlie Giants will send against Chino a defense that has allowed only 23 points by its opponents this year, including 7 points by top-ranked South Hills. Ganesha has held its opponents to 318 total yards in the last two games. Defense proved The Cowboy defense has proved itself against such opponents as Garey and the powerful Santa Ana Valley. If there is a weakness in the defense, it is the secondary where the Cowboys have been consistently outmaneuvered by tJieir opponents. However, passing has not been an important element of the Giant offense, except for a 10-yard touchdown pass by junior quarterback Ron Hughes to beat Claremont 7-6 last week. Both teams have been bothered by fumbles this year but Ganesha has had more of a problem. The Giants fumbled six times last week, losing the ball five times, and lost five fumbles in beating Saddleback 1913 two weeks ago. One thing the Cowboys have that the Giants lack on offense is a mnningback like Mike Bertschinger, who has had two games this season in which he has gained more than 200 yards. Bertschinger ran up 203 yards in 77 carries against Burroughs of Ridgecrest in the season opener and had 218 yards in 39 carries last week. He has scored six of Chino's seven touchdowns this year. Bertschinger has been operating primarily from an 1 formation this year in which he lines up behind fullback Bill Young and takes the handoff from quarterback Dan Reyes. From that position he can crash through the opposing tackles or sweep either end. Offensive llne^working Chino Coach Jim Rawls, while not detracting from the running ability of Bertschinger, credits his offensive line of';.5ctor Martinez, Gary Niekerk, Darren Stovall, Sam BeeLc and Ben Kramer with providing the openings for Bertschinger. Games Friday Chino vs Ganesha at Cal Poly, 7:30 p.m. Montclair at Damien Lutheran La Veme vs Don Antonio Lugo at Chino, 7:30 p.m. Western Christian at Ontario Christian, 7:30 p.m. ' Sports and Recreation '**~"- M M .ami m ^Km 'J^ ^m^ a0^.. •-'-•'•'-'yt^^^ •W^.:t^' ••%„•:,^^^-"••^••..: •'.•«t"^^^^ :, ^-::^0m, ..^.^.:,..,• . ^ • •#¥• •>'*^'*f'/\.--' '••,.'• lit/' ^m '.'• •u.\-- • >»i.-^, f' . FAMILIAR SCENE - Chino mnningback Mike Bertschinger follows blockers Pete Brun, left, and Bill Young in sweep of left end for an 11-yard gain during first quarter of game against Garey. Bertschinger carried 39 times for 218 yards in game won by Chino 2012. - Champion Photo It's Official SAL to become nine-team loop with addition of Alta Loma Santoyo wins first in cross country; teams place third Chmo High school sophomore Ray Santoyo won tlie frosh-soph division of the annual Chaffey District Invitational cross country meet Saturday. Santoyo ran the 3-mile course at Alta Loma High school in a time of 17:05. Both the Cowboy varsity and junior varsity squads placed third in the six-team meet, an improvement over last year when the varsity finished fifth and the JVs sixth. Zeke Rodriguez won a fifth place medal in the varsity competition. At the JV level, Darwin Fair placed sixth and Henry Lobo was ninth. The Cowboys lost their first league meet last Thursday to Garey, 34-57. Joe Ramirez of Garey finished the three-mile course in a blistering 14:58, more than a minute ahead of runnerup Rodriguez of Chino, who ran the course in 16:1 7. Santoyo was fourth in 10:30. 1. Ramirez, (G), 14:58, 2. Rodriguez (C), 16:17, 3. Madrigal (G), 16;28.4.Santoyo(C), 16:30, 5. Manzo (G), 16:37,6. Templo«(G), 16:54,7. KmcsKC), 17:14. 8. Alcala (C). 17:20, 9. Perez (G), 17:29, 10. Avina (G). 18:03. 11. Gibson (C). 18:20, 12. Atilano (C), 18:59. 13. Lobo (C). 20:00. In a Town and Country" Swimming Pool : % . MEMBER WET INSTITUTE Water Environments Technology We care enough to build It better •Solar heating systems available • Use our custom designs or yours •We sell & Install spas and redwood hot lubs •1 S-year bank financing available (OAC) •Authorlied dealer POOL SWEEP, sales & service Serving the Chlno and Pomona areas tor 21 years Two Locations in Pomona 2150N.Oarey 2875 N. Garey 5»$-ygi$ By MIKE TULLIUS The San Antonio league, which includes Chino High school, will have a new look next year when Alta Loma High school becomes the league's newest member. The expansion of the SAL to a nine-team league in 1978-79 was approved by the CIF council Sept. 29 along with changes in a number of leagues. Also approved was the admission of Don Antonio Lugo High school to the Hacienda league, replacing Alta Loma. Besides Chino and Alta Loma, the SAL will consist of Claremont, Damien, Ganesha, Garey, Montclair, Pomona and Upland high schools, all present members. The Hacienda league members will be Don Lugo, Bonita, Charter Oak, Gladstone, Ontario, Royal Oak, San Dimas and Sierra Vista. With the change to a nine-team league in the SAL there will be scheduling problems, especially in football, which is limited to nine regular season games. The first two games of the football season have been practice games in which coaches try out their players. However, if the SAL schools follow a "10-team" rotation and play each member school, eight schools would have to begin the season with a league game with a bye at a later date for a practice game. An 8-teani rotation in which the schools play only seven league games would give each member a prac- Sambo wrestler Pan-Am Champ By MIKE TULLIUS Katsuji Nerio, a Chino herb farmer, has become the Pan American champion in sambo wrestling in his weight class. Mr. Nerio won the title in the 136- pound class at the Pan American championships held Sept. 28 in Mexico City. He qualified for the Pan American and World championships by winning the national AAU sambo wrestling championship in his weight class last April. The Worid championships, which were to have been held in the Canary Islands this month, were cancelled by Spain but may be held in December. Introduced in the United States about four years ago, sambo wrestling is a Russian sport that combines elements of judo and wrestling. It is one of the two sports the Russians will introduce to the Olympic games when they host the quadrennial event in 1980. Although he had to pay most of his expenses to attend the Pan American championships, Mr. Nerio wanted to wrestle in order to gain more experience in preparation for the U.S. Olympic team trials, which will be held at the 1980 sambo wrestling nationals. He is also planning to compete in the World championships, whenever and wherever they are held. ^^s^AffOj/i/aff FoundedNov. 11,1887 ALLEN P. McCOMBS, Publisher Published every Friday by Champion Publications of Chlno, Inc., at 13179 9th Street, Chlno. Calif. 91710. Second class postage paid at Chlno. Subscription rate $7.60 locally, $8.80 nearby and $10.00 elsewhere. Adjudicated to publish legal and public notices. No.78468. Mailing address: P.O. Box607, Chlno, CA91710 Phone (714) 628-6503 NEWS DEPARTMENT Walt Orvis, news editor; Mike Tulllus, reporter- photographer; Martha Middleton, features; Brian Campbell, darkroom technician; Rfev Mengle, high school sports reporter; Mildred Walling, Chlno Hills reporter. ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT Joan Delre, display advertising manager; Marjorie Ritz, sales; Martha Middleton, classified; Linda Thomas, assistant. OFFICE Angela Clark, manager; Sharon Brazel and Linda Thomas, clerks; Molses Ayala, custodian. PRODUCTION Cam Pagano, supervisor; Brenda Dunkle, Linda Phebus, assistants; Carole .Bell, type composition. MAIL ROOM Bud Lester, supervisor; Mary Guaracha, addresser Stale Conliactor's Ucense No 163275 ONTARIO MUSIC Band and Orchesta Instruments Guitars„P.A.'s, Amps, Drums, Pianos Albums & 45 Records Sales—Rentals—Repair—Lessons 215 W."Q" St., Ontario 983-3551 fice game and one bye for a non-league contest. Either way it will be difficult to find a non-league opponent if a bye comes in the second half of the season. The principals of the San Antonio league schools, who must decide on an 8- or 10-team rotation, are waiting to hear which schedule the neighboring Sierra league chooses, according to Chino High school Athletic Director Bud Carroll. The Sierra league has nine teams and it may be possible to pick up one of the SL teams for byes, he said. Don'Lugo, which was expanded to a two-year high school this year, is playing at the varsity level in 11 boys and girls sports as a free lance scho6l. The school will have its first junior class next year when it enters the eight-team Hacienda league. Bridge winners The north-south winners of the Chino Recreation duplicate bridge toumey last week were led by Mrs. Nora Wax and Mrs. Marie Goldstein. Mrs. Nancy Baldwin and Nolan King came in second v«th Mrs. Dorothy Hewling and Mrs. Jeanne Majesky third. Mrs. Christina Bertschinger and Bruce Albert led the east-west winners, followed by Mr. and Mrs. Patton Lewis in second with Mrs. "Betty V/allis and "Mre. Goldie Levine third. American LL to elect at Tuesday meeting The Chino American Uttle League will hold its regular monthly meeting Tuesday evening, with the election of officers for the 1977-78 term the top agenda item. Opening gavel is set for 8 p.m. at the conference room of the Pomona First Federal Savings and Loanl on Central avenue. [ Five officers will be elected by the membership at large, president, major league coordinator, minor league coordinator, pee wee coordinator and secretaJ Membership dues are $1 per year as set by the coif stitution, which also grants voting privileges. Don Lugo giris win first voiieybaii match The Don Antonio Lugo High schoo! vareity volleyball team set a mark of sorts for the school Wednesr day, winning the firet volleyball game in the school's five-year histoiy. 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