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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 30, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Cedar Kaplds fiazede: Sal., Nov. 30, 1371 me tedar Kaplds (iazelte: Sal., Nov. 30, 1371 9 Wash Nails Hempstead; City Downs Jeff Press Spurs Warriors in 94-66 Romp By Jack Ogdcn Cedar Kapids Washington went on a 19-point scoring binge in the second quarter Friday night in its own gym as it overpowered Dubuque Hempstead, 94-66, in the Mississippi Valley conference opener for both clubs'. Wash used an effective full- court press as It broke away from a 21-18 quarter lead Into a 38-18 margin before Hemp- stead finally scored. The losers committed 23 turnovers, must of them in the second period, as they buckled under to the press. Hempstead coach Joe Ot- tavi, former head man at Regis, was surprised. "We lack size and experi- he admitted, "but we didn't think anyone could hurt us that way with a press. But Wash really blew it open in the second period. "Wo just couldn't seem to get organized." Wash coach Don King Was obviously pleased. "We showed vast improve- ment over our opener a week ago." he explained. "We played with a lot more confid- ence and aggressiveness. "Our press told the story. It lias improved a lot in a week." King was pleased with some individual improvement, too. "Darrcll llobbs turned in a fine inside game for us and Craig Roalson did a fine job. He defended their Greg Mer- rill (2 well, and he played with authority. "Bob King and Pete Seyfer played good solid games, and our bench provided the depth we will need." Roalson played a superb floor game, bringing the ball down well against Hempstead pressure, and lie hit on 12 of 19 shots and wound up with 26 points. King added 23 as four nf the Wash starters were in double figures. Tom Schwartz, who didn't score in the first half, came on strong for Hempstead. He wound lip with 18 points. Uthoff, Hargrove Do Battle Jefferson's Dean Uthoff (54) and Iowa City's Clay Har- grave two of the premier pivot men in Iowa prep battled in City high's 87-77 win Friday night at Jeff. At left, Hargrave went up for two of his 30 points in the second itle Photos by L.w. word quarter, while Uthoff outmuscled Hargrave for one of his 1 5 rebounds, at right. Uthoff hit 1 8 points and Hargrave collect- ed 1 0 rebounds. Prairie 5 C. R. Wosh Darrcll Hobbs 7 4-9 18, Pete Seyfcr 6 0-0 12, Bob King 7 9-10 23. Cralo Roolson 12 2-3 Ho, Sob Drown 3 1-4 7, Curt Mllrov 1 1-2 3, Gary Schmidt 1 0-0 Dougherty 0 1-2 1, Bob Stewart Dubuque HemDStead Mike De- loney 3 0-0 6, Greg Morrllt I 0-0 2, Mike Duenscr 2 2-2 6, Terry McGinnls 3 0-0 6, Jim Haskcn 4 1-5 9, Joft Handel 4 2-2 10, Tom Schwartz 8 2-3 18, Wovnc Merritt 2 0-0 d, Bottoms 1 3-3 5. Halt: Wosh 52, Hcmpslcad 35. Fouls: Wash 16, Hemostood 20, Fouled out: Hondcl. Vinton Stuns Marion Girls girls closed out the first half with a 21-3 spurt and went on to upset previously-unbeaten Marion Friday, 63-60. Marion, which is rated 18th in the latest girls basketball poll, now owns a 6-1 record. Vinton is still undefeated with a 4-0 mark. Hot shooting spurred the losing Indians to early leads of 21-10 and 29-12. But the home team rallied at that point and, helped by Mary Weidomans's 14-point burst, gained a 33-32 lead at the half. The tilt was knotted at 58 with one minute to play, but free throws by Lorraine Aber- nathy, Becky Isbell and Weideman gave the winners a 63-58 margin to ice the game. Darlene Collins paced the losers with 29 points and Kim Skilling added 25. Weideman copped game honors with 32 and Isbell had 18 for Vinton. Vinton Mary Weideman 8 16-18 32, Lorraine Abernathv 4 5-iO 13, Beckv Isbell 6 A8 IB. Morion Dnrlenc Collins 1] 7-14 29, Kim Sktlllno 10 5-8 25, Beth Mark 3 0-0 6. Half: Vlnlon 33, Morion 32 Team Fouls: Vinton 18, Marlon 29 Fouled Out: Dcnlsc Hunt, Marlon Kennedy Dumps Clinton 60-48 (Holdsoff Regina 61-56 CLINTON The Kennedy Cougars rallied in the fourth period for 22 points and de- feated a stubborn Clinton team 00-48 Friday night. Kennedy had trouble un- tracking its offense through the first three frames, and it was a close contest until then. The Cougars led' 38-3fi at the end of the third quarter but outscorcd Clinton in the next six minutes lo put the game on ice. "Our defense carried us to- remarked Kennedy head coach Dave Etieiine. "We weren't moving the ball well on offense, so our defense had lo do the job. Any time you hold a team like Clinton to Blazers Top IIS 48 points, you've played good defense. "I was real happy with the scoring added Etienne. "Everyone contribut- ed when we needed them lale in the game." The Cougars put four men in double figures, headed by 'Bart Wilson and soph Jeff Etienne with 12 points apiece, Craig Enright and senior guard Steve Schnoebelen each chipped in with 10 points. "1 think this game made us more aware of some of our concluded the head coach. "1 think we'll do better offensively as the sea- son goes along." Kennedy >connected on a blistering percent from the field, thanks to some hot shooting at the end, and liil on 7ti percent from the charity line. The Cougars are now 2-11 while Clinton falls lo (1-2. Kennedy Jeff Eliennc 4 4-4 13, Bori Wilson 4 4-4 Croio Enright 3 4-5 10, Steve Schnoebelen 4 2-2 10. Rondv Rcinhold 3 ?-4 8, Ron Mcvcr 3 0-1 6, Steve Strap I 0-1 2. Clinton Homer 4 36 II, Trun- Inger 5 1-2 II, Llnd 4 00 8, Kuctll 3 0-0 6, Molcen 2 0-1 4, Honrlcksen 0 2-3 2 Holnsirom 0 2-2 Chrlslcnsen I 0-0 2. Hoos 0 1-3 I, Murphy 0 1-2 I. Half: Kennedy 36. Clinton 26 Team Fouls: Kennedy 15, Clinton 23 Fouled Out: Kuehl FG Pet: Kennedy 32-37, 59, Clinton 19- 42, 45. Coe Runs, Shoots .645 MEMPHIS (AP) Quarter- back Buddy Palazzo says the Florida Blazers arc so angry that they want to win even "if we have to eat crackers." If they ever get their 13 weeks of back pay from their franchise, the Blazers may treat themselves lo something more. Florida fulfilled its avowed intent of venting their finan- cial frustrations on the Memphis Southmen, edging Memphis 18-15 on Richard James' four-yard touchdown run with left in a semifi- nal playoff game to earn a berth in the World Football League's first World Bowl. The World Bowl will be played next Thursday night against Iho Americans in Bir- mingham. By Gus Schrader Coach Don Tune was right: Cue's 88-72 victory over Lake Forest wasn't an artistic triumph, lint it was effective cnougli to convince Koliawk fans there will be more speedy, exciting basketball nf the kind they enjoyed in the Marcus Jackson years. It was Tune's first game as Coe coach. Friday night's contest at Eby fieldhouse also was the initial Midwest con- ference cage game for Lake Forest and Coach John Nel- son. "Yeah, welcome to the said Nelson. "Coe gave us a good greeting with their running game. We knew they like to run a lot, but we couldn't get our kids hack quickly enough to stop their fast breaks." Leonard Cooper, (i-7 junior from Chicago, paced the Kohawks with 25 points, lie and a junior-college transfer, 6-4 Henry Bruce of Indianapo- lis controlled (he boards and fed out passes to ignite the fast breaks. Bruce also exhib- ited great shot economy, can- ning 8 of 10 attempts and scored 18 points. Don Stevenson also was deadly, making 5 of 6 shots. Steve Ottoson potted his first five attempts before missing his last three. Coo's fifth man in double figures was Garland "Geese" Smith, who made 5 of 10 attempts. 23 Turnovers Coe paid a price for its run- ning game. The winners had 23 turnovers to 14 for Lake Forest. But it was n happy Tune who pointed out that such mistakes can bo expected in an opener. "It certainly wasn'i arlis- said the former Juliet (III.) junior college coach. Late Flurry Lifts Regis ANAMOSA Cedar Rapids Regis, despite a third period letdown, held on to claim its second basketball victory of the young season 78-73 against a stubborn Anamosa team Friday in the Anamosa gym. Regis jumped off to an ear- ly 21-15 first quarter lead, mid increased lhat tn 44-29 at in- termission. Brian Tlcrnan and Mol 0'Donncll led the spurt which appeared lo put the giime in the bag for Iho Roy- als. Tlernan connected 19 firs! half points while O'Donncll contributed 12 before inter- mission. The second half was a complete turnabout of (he first half as Amimosa came storm- ing back (o knot the count at 56 apiece after three periods of play. Guided by the hoi hand of Tim Hermesh, An- amosa outscorcd (he Itoyals 27-12 In (he (bird quarter. "We had a heckuva letdown in the second explained a slightly disappointed Regis coach Rick West naff "You have lo give 'em credit, we just stood around while (hey took advantage of our mis- Inkcs. They really oiit-husllod us in [hat quarter." The fourth quarter was a seesaw battle until Tlernan put Kegis ahead for good with eigjit un- answered points in the final two minutes. Tie-man connect- ed on three field goals and two shols from the charity stripe to put Ihe game away. "We should have dominated Ihe whole game instead of jus! three slated Westhoff. "I was very pleased with (he way we came flailing hack in Ihe fourlh period and the offensive play nf lirian Tlernan." Tiernan look game scoring honors with 35 points as he hit on 18-18 fluid goals and con- nected on 3-10 from the line. O'Donnell was the only other Royal in double figures as he hit points. Tim Hermesh and Kevin Burke paced Ihe Anamosa scoring as they each hit 23 points. Reals Hrlnn Tlernon 16 3 10 35 Mr! O'Donnell 7 22 16. Pof Qulnn 4 01 8, Kurl Downey 2 4-4 fl. Mark Ahart ,1016 Tony O'Oonnell 12 5. Annmnso Tim Hcrmfish B7-7 23, Jetl Slnkr-v J 22 B, Kevin Burke II 1-1 23, Bill Ourhans 4 12 9, Dick Sloan 3006, Mike Norton 2004. Half: Reois 44, Anamoso 29 Team Fc ils: HeaK 10. Anomoso IB Fouled Oul tliirke FG Porconlaoe: Reals 3455 67 nrrr- .1) 56 55 nerfenl "but we did show good jump- ing ability and we moved pretty quickly. "We need a great deal of defensive improvement. We did a fairly good job guarding the man with the ball, but Lake Forest didn't try to run a very complicated offense, ycl we had (rouble guarding (he men who broke in without Ihc ball. Lake Forcsl has a good team, (hough, and shot very well." Tune should talk. Lake For- est made 34 of 72 shots, while his Kohawks splashed in 40 of 62 attempts for a burning 04.5 percent. at Half Coe stayed ahead all the way after the opening min- utes. Biggest lead of the first half was 48-37 at the intermis- sion. Carl Maas, who led Lake Forest with 21 points, drew three quick fouls and sat out the later part of the first half. The Kohawks were slated to play Lawrence at p.m. Saturday. Friday night's game drew about fans despite the fact Coe's students wore on break. Lake Forest's four cheerleaders were Ihe on- ly ones at the game, as Coe's group had gone home. COE Andiesen 1 00 2, Bi ucc 8 2-3 18, Cooper 12 1-2 25, Smllh 5 l-l II, Stevenson 501 10, Grovrs 1 0 2. Klley Lake Foresl (72V Blockman 3 0-0 6, coblcntz 1 o u v, cocnrnn 3 tlannclt 5 0-1 10. Moos V 3-4 21, Brodn 1 0 00 2. CoMldv 5 02 10, Dunlanov 1 00 2, Enriohl 3 00 6, Kovncovlcn 1 00 2. To. lals 34 49 74, Hall- Coe 48, Lake Foresl 37. Total fouls: Coe II, Lake Forest 18. Fouled out1 Cossidv. FG [Ht.: Coe .645, Lake Forest .46.5 Fight Results Filrlnv's Fiqhli Bv Thn Associotert SAN DIEGO Miinucl FlUonrto, tftO, Mun'PTTfiv. Mox.. kiwhrrf Out Mario Mar IMl, Movico Citv, A, MfVKoo rtirrt'iTdtil litir IOWA CITY Iowa City Regina scored the first basket of the game, but from then on it was all Prairie. The Hawks led the game by as much as 22 points, and defeated Hegina Prairie jumped off lo a quick start after Regina's ini- tial basket, and took a commanding 37-19 halflime lead. Prairie shot 511 percent from the field in the first half, with Randy Meyers and Mike Dnhnalok doing most of (he damage. Dohnalek tossed in 15 first half points, and shared game honors with Meyers, both to- taling points. Randy Mey- ers hit most of his points from the outside and Dohnalek com- plemented him by doing his work underneath the basket. Dohnalek also led the winners with nine rebounds. The contest was plagued with numerous turnovers because of the physical play of both teams. Regina closed the final gup to five points after Prairie subs played most of the fourth period. Dave Pfei- fle, who didn't score, hauled down eight rebounds for the Hawks. Reolno Tim Kennedy 6 7-H 19, Morty Lehmen 6 4-5 16, Jack Tnonten 4 I 0-2 2. Prairie Mike Dohnalek 9 24 20, Rondy Movers B 4-5 20, Mark Brunlus 3 2-2 8, Terry Feve 3 0-0 6, Oreo Johnson 3 Teom Fouls: Prulrlo 13; Rcglno 15 Fouled oul: Lehmen FG- Prairie 24-54 44 percent, Rodlno 19-62 30 percent Seiinger, Uthoff Pace J-Hawk Bid By Al Miilcr You aren't going to win many games against a club like Iowa City high when you play "smart" basketball for only about 14 minutes. Colin Williams subsribes to that notion. He'd just wit- nessed it, as his .Jefferson high team bowed to the Little Hawks 87-77 in the Mississippi Valley conference opener for both clubs Friday night in the Jeff gym. "The first half was a good defensive game, but we got careless after gelling them Williams said. "We played disorganized in Ihc second half." That was no understate- ment. But to Iowa City's cred- it, the Little Hawks turned every opportunity practically into a golden one. They were down by 12 points early in the second stanza, but hustle and improved shooting, primarily, shot them into a 35-33 lead at intermission. Not to mention a young gent by the name of Clay Hargrave, a 6-5 jumping jack who was first-team all-stater a year ago as a junior. He missed his first five shots, but scored 11 of his game-high 30 points in the big second quarter. "He was shooting from out early in the game and we were happy to sec that be- cause he doesn't do it loo Williams explained. "But aflcr lhat they did a good job of moving him back inside. He's a heckuva player. "Everybody says he's the best in the stale. He might be." Jeff's own center, jun- ior Dean Uthoff, performed well and scored 18 points, to follow forward Al Seiingcr's 2li. But Uthoff didn't have Hargrave to contend with for the last four minutes of the third quarter and Williams felt his club didn't cash in on the opportunity. "We had Margrave out of there (three fouls) and we just didn't get the ball to sighed the Jeff coach. "That's not smart basketball. We've got to get the ball to him. "Our guards just aren't in charge of the game the way they should be. Oh, they dom- inate the ball, but not the game. They aren't dictating our offense. It looks as if we've got to go back to work on offensive execution. "We need some floor matur- ity." Uthoff and Hargrave each blocked two shots, but, ac- cording to Jeff's statisticians, the Jeff pivot held a 15-11) rebound advantage. Both clubs made 21 of 27 free throws, but Iowa City hit 33 of 02 field goals for 5.3 percent, while Jeff connected on 28 of 69 for 41 percent. The J-IIawks had the turnover advantage, 25-21. Iowa City guard Jeff Mar- ner, only 5-8, was a thorn in Jeff's side all night and fin- ished with 22 points. That was four more than Jeff's three guards totaled between them. While Seiinger potted 18 of his total in the first half, for- ward Terry Earnest respond- ed with 15 second-half [joints for Jeff. Iowa City is now 2-0 and Jeff is 1-1 for the season. City Stan Schroder 3 4-4 10, Mark Eostland 1 1-2 5, Clov Hargrove 14 2-3 30, Bob Sass 2 3-4 7, Jeff Warner 8 6-7 22. Jim Wilson 2 3-5 7, Ron Bain 2 2-2 6 Jeff Al Seiinger 9 6-8 26, Terry Earnest 6 3-4 15, Dean Uthofl 7 4-6 18, Rondv Jacobson 2 2-2 4, Scott Bruzok 2 2-3 6, Doye Alberts 2 2-4 6 Hall: Iowa City 35. Jeff 33 Fouls: Iowa City 22. Jeff 24 Fouled Out: Stirader, Alberts Indee Nips Linn-Mar In Opener INDEPENDENCE In- dependence high handed Linn- Mar a 64-57 defeat in the cage opener for the Lions at the Indce gym Friday night. A tough zone-press defence by the home team limited Linn-Mar to 25 first-half points as the hosts took a commanding 37-25 intermis- sion lead. Senior guard Dana Lyon paced the Lions with 22 points. Dan Hartung and Dane Lyon were also in double figures with 12 and 10, respectively. Balanced scoring was the key for the winning Mustangs, as Mike Sands had 16 points, Jeff Greene and Tom Miner potted 14 each, and Randy Andrews added 10. Independence is now 1-1. Linn-Mor Dano Lvon 10 2-2 22, Dan Hartung 5 2-2 12, Brian Barnes 0 3-d 3, Doug Zlngula 2 4-B 8, Dane Lvon 5 (J-l 10, Phil Bishop 1 0-0 2. Independence Brent Hood 0 2-2 Greene 6 2-3 14, Jim Tovls 1 0-1, Mike Sands 7 2-2 16, Tom Miner 4 6-10 14 Randy Andrews 3 4-6 10, Tim Hall 1 2-2 4. Dave Weaner 1 0-0 2. Hail: Independence 37, Llnn-Mor 25. Team fouls: Indec 2t. Llnn-Mur 26. Fouled out: Dane Lyon. LaSalie Roils Over Beckmon 79-56 DYERSVILLE Paul Schenkelberg and Dave Zip- perer accounted for 50 of Cedar Rapids LaSallo's points in a Lancer basketball victory over Dyersville Beck- man Friday night. The lanky Schenkelberg scored 26 points while Zip- Greg Gibney Sparks Loras Cagers 93-85 DUBUQUE (AP> Loras cashed in on 33 points by for- mer Cedar Rapids Prairie prep Greg Gibney to defeat Northeastern Illinois State 93-85 in college basketball Fri- day. Kennedy Girls Bump Jeff 64-40 By Mark Dukes Kennedy high capitalized on Jefferson's poor first-half shooting percentage to build a commanding 27-point halftime lead and whip the J-llawks (14- in girls Metro basketball at Kennedy Friday. Jeff, which has been plagued in the scoring depart- ment all year, hit only two of 22 field goal attempts 'the first half and were never close at any juncture of the test. Meanwhile, Iho Cougars vaulted in to a 16-point first quarter lead behind Cathy Pontius and Cindy Craig, who each had eight tallies in the period. Both teams began substitut- ing freely midway through the second period and the out- come was merely academic from lhat point. Erin Shamihan came on strong for Ihc J-IIawks in the second half to claim high scor- ing honors with points on li field goals and 17 of 23 free shots. Cindy Craig topped Kennedy with It) while her sister, Gina, chipped in with 13. Cathy Pontius, who sat out about half (he game, had !2. Kennedy is 5-2, while is .slill winless at 0-5. Jeff (Erin Snnnohon 6 17-21 29, Robin Smitlkomp 1-5 5, Cindy William- son 1 03 Teresa Lanooulh I 00 2. Deb Buchhelm 0 ft) 0, Jon Goodman 1002 Kennedy Cathy Pontius 600 12. l.uAnn Wade 4008. Cindy Crnlg 2-2 16. Karen DeBoer I 2-4 4, Annp Pmckney 2 00 4, Gina Craig 534 13. Joelte l.ulz 3 perer added 24, but LaSalie head coach Duanc Kramer was especially pleased with the play of two other starters. "We received excellent help tonight from Greg Zipperer and Tom he stated. "Their scoring is something we haven't had before." Greg, who is a junior for- ward, tallied 15 points while senior guard Haslcy had 12. The Lancers got off to a fast start and held a 21-1.1 load at the end of the first quarter. The losers played even-up ball from that point until the final frame, where LaSalie out- scored the Blazers 23-11. Jude Milbort paced Ihe Beckman scoring with 15 points while teammates Hod Tegeler and Jim Pocfelli add- ed 14 and 10, respectively. The win gives LaSalie a perfect 3-11 season record and the early lead in the East Central Iowa conference at 2- Losolle Greo Zlooerer 5 5 5 15. Paul Scnenkelbt-Tg II 44 26. Dove Zip perer 10 4-4 24, Tom Hasli'v 6 0 J Sieve Goal Hurt I 00 2. Becknmn Rod Teat'ler 1 no 14. Jude Milberl 6 J-3 15, Greo Herbers 1 11 4, Dove SarleK I 1-13, Tim Cnglisli 1 I) I Jim Poelelli 5 0-0 10, Bill Wedewei 3 Half: LoSalte 37. (leckmon 27 Team Fouls: LaSalle 19. Buckmon 23 Fouled oul: Herbers. FG percent: LnfiOlle 33-68. 4fl Dercenl. Beckmon 2461, 39 peicent. 14 Holt Kenned Ttv.m fouls. ,19. .left 14 Kennedy 2.1. -letl 16   

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