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Charleston Gazette (Newspaper) - February 25, 1961, Charleston, West Virginia Saturday feb. 25. 1361 the Charleston Gazette Charleston beats Morg Antoin in Catholic tourney c.7 Mcdade leads Irish Victory by Bob Fretwell staff sports writer Catholic advanced to the Semi finals of the state Catholic High school tournament Here by whipping Morgantown St. Francis 59-51, Friday night in the Best played game of the opening round. Mickey us made. Son of Hoit St Joseph s of Hun Charleston coach and quarterback of the fighting Irish team s Fasti coach said that the break led the Way Over the stub same was not one of his team s Bora trojans of St. Francis efforts this and that pumping in 23 Points. They would have to improve if they expect to make the finals. The Triumph was a team affair the Victory sends Charles ton in action tonight at Lions defeat dui Ibar five As Kavc ends Charleston never . After ties at 2-2, 6-6 and 8-3, the fight second place Charleston High inc with Charleston s Slick passing leading to most of its Points on close in goals. Louis Paterro Catholic s hot scoring Forward j this season experienced a rare i off night. He scored Only five Points but pulled in 10 vital re Bounds. George Jones. Pat Perry and Bob Petrokubi All of whom did not Start perked up the Charleston attack in the late stages of the game. St. Joe Wheeling Clarksburg Advance Jim outclassed Parkersburg Rales violations helping to defending in afternoon games. Set up several notre Daroe scores Champion Hantin Tou St. Joseph a 4 Lobianco a 5-5 guard Jed St. Joseph s never scoters with 14 Points. Mike the Blue dons thy team slim to and Jim Scott added 11 roiled to a c8-49 Victory Over in Erroa Madonna Friday night join Wheeling Ceule jury Colre the j finals of the stale Ca halic j school basketball . Charleston Catholic downed an darks beat in Colre Dame. Parkers by 6-4 Tea u ii s. Lira Lej 11 paints rolled to a 69-59 Victory Over Dun bar Friday night in one of four games winding up the 1960-61 Kanawha Valley conference sched ule. St. Albans moved into a tie for third place in the final standings by Downing Dupont 63-58. East Bank finished in fifth place with a 73-66 Triumph Over Cedar Grove and Nitro moved into eighth place by whipping Sissonville Only Cedar Grove of the 14 ing Irish pulled ahead to stay with Pete Courtney s 10-foot jump shot starting a nine Point string giving coach Mcdade s team a 17-8 Edge. Charleston s Lead almost glimmering Early in the weal third Quarter. St. Francis Cut the mar Gin to four Points at 36-32. But Petrokubi hit on a foul shot and Jones stole the Ball and drove in Lor a Layup to boost Charleston s margin to seven Points. St. Francis Vas led by Bill Kavc teams has a regular season Jjones with 16 Points and Mike game left. The trailblazers who added 14. Charleston gets a third shot at St. Ice s tonight. The fighting Irish dropped two Point double overtime to St. Joe s in Charles play Hurricane monday in makeup non conference tilt. Larry t1ncher, the Kavc s scoring Leader for 1961, tallied 261 ton and just last sunday fell to Points in East Bank s Victory at he same team by one Point Here. Cedar Grove and finished the con Charleston was pulling for St. Ference season with 400 Points to make it into the Semi 16 games. He Lias a so.5 up the third meeting. In the Kavc. J St. French Cedar Grove s two big men m Charleston Catholic cheer leaders Are shown beside a cardboard Leprechaun at the West Virginia Catholic High school basketball tournament i Huntington. They Are left to front Row Frances Kirtley Sally Anderson and Mary Patton. Back Row Marcia Russo Elizabeth Sadd Shelia Adams and Moore. A wire photo Stonewall upsets Huntington 87-84 Stonewall Jackson pulled one of he biggest upsets of this season s Ray scored 15 of his 23 Points in the final stanza before fouling years each for jury a Al-orim1 in she i isl us Niin ulc a of Ili til John each. V. Scaled on the end of a fast ,._ Imorga Aloh a St. Franck 59-51 in break for St. Joseph s. I Wheeling with a big height the second game of Tho evening a Watington then moved ver Contro oed twin Bill. In a 10-4 Lead and was in backboards. Wheeling downed Mand the rest of the Way. St. Tilc Ilaroons also displayed a Bishop Donahue 65-45 Grid led 39-jg at running game and a Fine j Tim Muth a deadly shot Edge mainly by seniors 20 feet of Shellhase and Melvin cold them in the first half. Bill Tracy Schellhase pitched in live Field t added 20 for the winners. Jurals. All from Long Range and i Weir Ion was led by Bob Ako i co Mertian topped Wheeling scorers 3.7 with 13 the doas Vith 13 Points. Frank Orlof Sci add 6.1 Homer Smith an All tournament de 12 Points for Wheeling mostly h last year was held to on tip ins under the Basket. M i just three Field goals and a total i Mcmechen managed to keep 01 10 Points. Pace Jaq the Early stages of h e game and led by one Point after Clarksburg Tonew its All the first Fine minutes but Cole court press against the crusaders Man Sank a push shot to Send no contest from into the Lead 11-10 and of t g 1 restart. Inc press a to tied parkers the maroons never let up after our into numerous passes that. Pirn game Wheeling t Mcmechen i i Zalesk i Ipock i Perrong i Tyburn Campbell Sai Vaidi i Tola s j Wheeling i Mcmechen g f 6 c-2 ii Jei Liy 2 1-2 5 3 2 2-2 2 i a 10 Vlf Cost 3 4 c-2 r 0 3-2 1 1 of i 2 0 c-0 0 0 g f i-7 2 3- 1 0-0 2 2113-z4 to tails 1221-3415 17 Al ii 14 t ii More sports on Page 7 Loois co Stumpo Jascor Byrnes Kroll Oliverto Ketley a siege Romano totals Ligh school basketball with about a minute to go. As the generals beat Huntington the express did even up the High s Pony express 87-84, Fri Day night on the s. J. Floor. Game at 80-All in the final minutes but Jim Pierson foaled Bill Pat it was Only the second loss of person Sank three foul shots Danny the season for Huntington. Rated is tiler got another goal to save second in the last associated press the game for s. J. Scholastic poll. The other Oss also came in Charleston. The Huntington pagers fell before Charleston High 58-56, Here feb. Clendenin tops Nitro Clerx Senin Junior High halhed a 52-40 Victory Over Nitro in the regular season finale for both teams Friday at Nitro. Tom Anderson hit for 19 Points for 2-5 3-5 3-5 3-5 5-7 1-3 0-1 3 1 1-2 0-2 0 w 4 totals 21 12-u i Madonna t 1c it. Joe 13 it a iterate. Attention successful life insurance men position opening superintendent of agents with Welt established life insurance company which a expanding in w. A. Outstanding Opportunity with unusual advancement possibilities for an ambitious and successful life insurance Man. Salary and Bonus arrangement open for the Man who qualifies. Write and give educational and experience ground. Box m8759 the Charleston Gazette total 11 17-57 totals 13-21 51 13 11 Cage St. Albans took the Lead in the final minute of the third period against Dupont and the red dragons stayed ahead after first building up a comfortable seven Point margin. V a balanced scoring attack led Nitro to its Home court Triumph Over Sissonville. Jeff glad Well had 14 Points Darrell Gib son and Phil Cerullo both had 13 and Paul Cooke tallied 12 for the wildcats. Sissonville s Tommy Good was High for the game with 27 Points. Charleston in Dunbar Circle Simmons Hicks Dean Ward Neva sons White Dilley Vor Tioff Gary Cava Cirri Fanter Parcell 10 19 postal 20 j Miller 2 Bowen Simon Ter g f 3 4-s 8 0-2 1 5-8 s 2-2 5 a 0 0-0 0 0-0 Resu Friday it Multi Catholic Teurn Ament a Flat round ctn fral scam churn 45 clerk surf notre Dimio Catt Lic 41 Hunt Tipton is. Jee i a Wei ten Madaii Chammie Morgantown St. Francis ii Stati Scholastic St Ewall Jackson 17. Hunting ten 14 car Liston Dunbar 5t Nitro 7j, in St. Albany 43, Dupont 51 South charlatan ii Princeton 72 Casky Bruge a anted m Clem Luln 7, Clay m Raven Wood of Wanama 44 Montgomery a Madison 7s loom Mullens is Milf of a Chapmanville 7 Poci a Elkview 47 East Bank 73, Cedar grave u Credo Kenova 31 2 Carter Queen totals 31 7-12 totals Charleston 11 21 Thuyan Valley a Hunting ten Vinson 72 u by. 71, Williamson 5t 7 Hamlin a Buffalo of Wayne Liberty 71, Gilbert it ill Chattaroy 74, Kermit m p Sophia a Stock 4v c Park Centra 5t, Stratton 53 h pm Rad for 0 0 talc i Lipscomb 0 0-1 Lookout Coffman in double figures with John Beane getting 22 to Lead the Way. Huntington s great Star Rick Ray game s top scorer with was the 23. In a preliminary game the Bream presbyterian girls Defeated the Emmanuel Baptist Ray twee s. J. Led by Points at half time and by 12 at the end of the third Quarter. Ray led a drive Huntington in the last Quarter that sooth almost turned the tide. Huntington c84 g f t b. Allen Carter Stonewall g f t 1-1 11 i 9 4-s 22 2-4 80. Bentley s 3-6 13 5-i 23 Pierson two county boys in finals morgans town South diaries Ion and Dupont each sent one boy into the finals of the state High school wrestling tournament which will be held Here today at the West Virginia University Field House beginning at 1 p. M. Burton Rodgers of Dupont won 1 0-1 2 7 5-5 19 1 4-i 6 7 1-1 15 0 m 0 5 1 Patterson 7 f-8 1? 1-2 19 j 0-0 2 pm of c-0 i Biln 00-00 totals 3j11-1214 totals Huntington 21 it u i Stonewall 20 37 21 i officials Charley and Harold i Wiley. J. Bentley Stutler Long Martin weary celtics rally for win Boston travel weary celtics behind by 24 Points late in the first period turned Loose Sam Jones Frank Ramsey and the fast break in overwhelm ing Syracuse 144-128 Friday. The National basketball association contest played before a Semi final match in the unlit Boston Garden gathering of Ted weight division and Jim had been delayed because the celtics could not get Al transport Sale i looking for bargains we be got priced Davis of South Charleston won in Dunbar official Homer Lipscomb 0 0- 00-0 0 0-0 3-3 23 13-z2 is it t-5? arid . 11 28 a throw r j Summersville 5f, Cowen 41 r. 12, Surti 4 Peters town 2, Mai Oka 40 Macwan o4, Phelps by. 52 Clarnc spurs we 71, Clark barn Victory suck Harmon Roshur 7, Grafton 5? Parsons 1, Philippi Mora Allown University 71, lost to Frank Jie 112-Pound class. I Rodgers decision Ned Don Cottilli Syracuse of Weirton. While Davis Jim Burdette of Fairmont i Hvest. Davis twin brother. A loss to James Grain of Weirton the 103-Pound class. Wrestler. Tom Mancari ration from new York. Boston of g f 6 10 3 7 3i Loscutoff 0 is Russell 8 9 2 3 Ramsey 10 1 21 s Jones 4 0 3 k Jones 2 0 4-Conley a Char id 4-8 Lloyd 1 coif 6 4 Hill Jub Rafiha 3 of i Surron 3 0-0 6-Akers totals score by quarters East Bank is i2 it Cedar Grove u 13 officials hold Lagg. Cedar Grove 41 in Wing 101. Parkersburg 4 g p to Moundsville is we Surg j3 Brown i Weirton k. East liven Wel. Ohio 51 1.7 7 Magnolia 55. St. Mary s o Folins Jose Chaster 35 ,1 i Fairmont East to win Inaten los a -17 farm Nuten a 51 3 j by Katy 77, 24 11-31 mount Hepe Spring Spring in the 123-Pound attendance to As 31 1 22 g f t 1c 6 26 204 7 4 2d j 141 n 3 25 11 3 25, 3 2 81 1 0 2 4 10. K 32 144 bargain Biscayne of Low As per month after Normal Down payment St. Albans u g f Dupont 51 g f Rollyson 1 3-45 Gwynn Douglas 5 1-1 11 Welch Johnson 4 3-3 11 Hodges Marsh 3 Bice in la hods 3 c-0 14 Hoffman Ranson 1 5-5 Williams 0 m la Hunter totals 2415-18 s31 totals score by quarters St. Albans 11 u 22 17-4j Dupont 14 15 15 officials Mike a Evite and Bob John surr. 2o_7i j a tourneys j Section i Snerr arb 46, Pine grf Lve 41 i Hundred 47, Smeren 4t Section 3 Paden City 77, Middle ounce 42 Tiam t Pia ship r Section 4 52, Elizabeth 47 Champion ship Section t 74, Clay Battelle 2 championship Section 5 5-715 1 3-4 i 73-37 00-10 4 4-a 14 3-4 5 Gladwen Ferrari null Freese Roarke Ford Cooke Gibson Carroll Cerullo totals Nitro 72 c f t 7 0-0 14 0 3-5 3 Al Oft White Mason. 3 m ewes fall 1 2-2 4 Hereford 0 1-2 11 Good 1 0-1 2. Taylor 6 0-4 12 Kinnney 5 3-7 131 1 2-3 4 6 la 131 30 12-25 n totals score by quarters 14 23 Sissonville 17 11 15 0 1-1 1 1 2-4 4 30-06 1 1-3 1 9 9-16 27 30-16 4 14 21 1m3 1 officials Man. Carl and Bob Sig Kingwood 77, tune ton championship Section 12 Tver to 7t, Coalton 43 Champion Tilp Section u Hanun ferry 14, 42 Cham Section 17 Giro Bank Hll liboro 44 mlle Section u Roe Cascrta it it Nick 13 Sulphur 74, Frankfort h Section if a Lille a. Scot championship Section i Union Cap Mills 12 Stetson 20 Sand Tom 47, Forest Hill 2t Section 21 Union Gap 3j championship Conley 74, Section 24 Glen Holers 72 Section u Clear Fork 5j, Byrd Prillerman 44 chem final Sutof. Team w l pct. South Charleston 15 1 a 2 .875 Tim Catholic .14 4 .778 1357 St. Albans a 4 .778 1274 East Bank .8 8 .500 1078 Dunbar .7 9 citroen in .7 9 a 1031 Nitro 7 10 .412 u50 Stonewall 7 11 1301 Duport i 12 "18 Cedar Grove i 8 .273 735 Fly View 6 .750 jf.9 Sissonville u .525 28 Washington d 10 .i-c-0 if tonight s sche Juli games scheduled. Monday s pc Hedli Hurricane at Cedar Grove p Opp. 101j 933 1037 1048 ur7 u53 Pion ship twin Section 2 Putnam in Hannan u win fitly a Washington 59 Stolten 21 to Walton 3t championship Section 31 Huntington 15, Hunt Langton Doug u Cal Lofes Colgate v5, Syracuse a Rice a sum 41 Texas tech 101, thu 75 Thrifty corsairs As Loic As 38 49 per month after Normal Down payment try Kentucky gentleman. You la discover that America s moot wanted Bourbon what Yam want. Quality taste and pries. 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