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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - August 25, 1972, High Point, North Carolina 4b High Point Enterprise Friday August 25, 1972 Denton has new coach for 1972 by Paul Kutz Enterprise sports writer Denton a a great Many mysteries remain unsolved in the world and it looks As if Denton s red raiders will be one of them until tonight when they Challenge the eagles at East Davidson. Either the playbook scandal has reached the Depths of prep football or coach John Zarakov is doing an excellent Job of trying to psych out his opponents. Whatever Zar Ahova a reasons for keeping so tight lipped its got the other coaches guessing. The new Denton coach certainly is a master at evading direct questions. Question a a let a Start by Raider schedule aug. 25�?East Davidson. Away sept. In Gibsonville homa sept. In Ltd Ford a mama sept. Llu West Davidson homa s it. 22-mt. Pleasant away sept. 79�?sw Randolph homa oct. A Ruffin. Homa oct. I a Oak Ridge away oct. 20�?ruffinaway oct. 27�?chatham Cantrail away finding out what Denton a record was last answer a Well i done to really know off hand. Let me ask someone Here in the office. A her nobody Here can recall what last years record it was 3-7 or the season. A look Back in the statistics shows that the raiders earned Denton roster pos. It. It. Scott Absher. De 5�?T10�?� 155 j. C. Aldridge. S 5t0�?� 140 John Borgman. A 5�?T 9�?� 130 Greg Buie. A 5�?T 9&Quot 140 Randall Buie. T 6 2�?� 185 Danny Beverly. To 5�?T 8�?� 165 to Carrol. G 5�?T 8�?� 150 Greg Carrol. G 5�?T 8�?� 140 Michael Dockham. De 6�?T 0�?� 160 Larry Fritz. Or 5�?T 7�?� 140 Gary Gallimore. To 5�?T 8�?� 140 Eugene Glover. De 5�?T 8�?� 180 Jeff Gobel. La 5�?T 8�?� 150 Billy Gordon. T 5�?T 9�?� 171 Steve Harris. To 5�?T10�?� 190 Bill Harrison. He 5�?T 8�?� 130 Terry Hedrick. La 5�?T10�?� 145 Joe Henderson. He 5�?T 8�?� 140 Bobby Hunt. E 5�?T 8�?� 145 Jimmy Hunt. La 5�?T 7�?� 170 Tom Johnsonb 6�?T of a 160 Randy Kerns. 5�?T 9�?� 175 Steve Latham la 510�?� 165 Ricky Leonard e 5�?T10�?� 170 Steve Peacock s 5�?T10�?� 140 Johnny Russell. A 5�?T 7�?� 135 David Sams he 5�?T10�?� 133 Joel Sexton t 511�?� 185 Steve Shuskey. A 511�?� 148 Eddie Sheen Kab 6�?T in 150 Ricky Skeen de 6�?T 0�?� 160 Greg Smith. 6�?T 0�?� 145 Johnny Tysinger. Or 5�?Th�?� 145 Eddie Whiteb 6�?T 0�?� 165 Perry Williams g 5�?T 4�?� 130 Robbie Williams he 5�?T 8�?� 135 Eddie Wilson c 6�?T 2�?� 170 Rick Wilson la 5�?T�?� 146 j Jeff Wood t 5�?T 9�?� 170 j Leslie Gallimore to 6 of a 160 an average of nine Points a game and gave up an average of 28. Question a what kind of offence will you be running this year a answer a a let a not talk in formations. Lets just say we Are using a new question a could you give a hint about this new system a answer a ooh we re just teaching the fundamentals. Just Plain old simple question a who will you be counting heavily on answer a Well Well be counting on just about everybody. We have All the key spots a Quick look at the roster shows that Randy Kerns 5-9, 175 will return As a fullback. Kerns was last years leading scorer with 36 Points. Quarterback Eddie White will also be Back question a coach could you Point out some of the teams Strong and weak spots a answer a the boys Are really Quick and enthusiasm is High. I will say this much. We will be giving away size particularly to the larger coach Zarakov reports that 40 players Are on the squad which is a High number compared to turnouts at Denton in the past. Zarakov. Who did some assistant coaching in Virginia says he is not too familiar with the area yet but he feels that East and West Davidson will be Tough. Denton will be trying to two platoon in order to keep the players constantly fresh. A a we la be ready a promises Zarakov. Mottl a dings by the associated press american league East w. L. Pct. . Detroit Baltimore new York Boston Cleveland Milwaukee Chicago Oakland Minnesota Kansas City California Texas 64 55 63 55 60 56 59 57 57 61 46 72 West 69 48 69 49 60 55 56 59 52 66 48 70 .538 -.534 it .517 2v .509 3vi .483 6vi .390 17vi .590 -.585 % .522 8 .487 12 .441 int .407 21 i Carolinas team wins Golf title Greenville . Apr round was fought to a 15-15 tic. North Carolina and South Caro at the end of the 15th annual Lina women golfers Are Cham tournament Barbara Hughes pions again for the first time Virginias Captain presented the since 1969�?in the annual Vir trophy g i n i a a Carolinas women s team match tournament. Virginia and West Virginia players won the final round thursday 17-13, but Carolinas players won by a cumulative total of 4842 in three Days of play Over the Chanticleer course of the Greenville country club. The Carolinas team was helped largely by the 20-10 Lead i took after tuesday s first round. Wednesdays second. Top seed advances in tourney Chapel Hill a top seeded Keith Stoneman of Charlotte downed Jim Winsted of Greensboro 6-3, 6-1 thursday in the fourth round of the North Carolina hosed Tennis championships. Three others among the top five menus seeds also advanced through the fourth round. Allen Morris of Greensboro second seeded downed Norman Chambers of Raleigh 6-2, 6-3. F o u r t a seeded Richard Mckee of Chapel Hiu beat Herb Mckim of Raleigh 6-2, 64 in the third round then downed Ray Lake of Durham 6-0. 7-5 in the fourth. No. 5 seed Gene Hamilton of Asheville beat John r. Payne of Greensboro 6-1, 6-1 in the third round and Ken West of Misenheimer 6-0, 6-j in the fourth. All of the women a seeds advanced through the second round of singles play thursday. First seeded Bev Candler of Charlotte defending state women a singles Champion Drew a Bye in the first round and Defeated Ava Watkins of Raleigh 6-0 and 6-0 in the second. Of Charleston Captain. To Sarah Ford the Carolinas losers play in Hasty event Thomasville first round losers bracket play begins tonight in the Hasty invitational softball tournament with four games scheduled at Hasty school Field. In the 6 15 opener Pilot View takes on Hillside Church followed by Hasty boosters and Zion Church Lexington Exchange club and Thomasville furniture and Grace lutheran is. High Point Enterprise. In thursdays play Varner electric trimmed Zion Church 11-3, Rex furniture topped High Point Enterprise 15-5. I-85 recreation beat Hillside Church 13-6, and National wholesale downed Thomasville furniture 114. Thursdays results Texas 4-3, Milwaukee 14 Only games scheduled Friday s Gamas Kansas City Splittorff 9-10 and Jackson 0-01 at new York Kekich 10-11 and Kline 14-52, twi night Texas Stanhope 2-31 at Boston Tiant 74n Chicago Bradley 13-10 at Milwaukee Lockwood 6-10n Detroit Timmerman 8-10 at Minnesota Blyleven 10-15n Baltimore Cuellar 12-10 at Oakland Hunter 16-6n Cleveland Tidrow 11-11 at California Messersmith 3-8n saturday s games Texas at Boston Kansas City at new York Detroit at Minnesota Chicago at Milwaukee Baltimore at Oakland Cleveland at California. N sunday s Gamas Kansas City at new York. 2 Texas at Boston Detroit at Minnesota Chicago at Milwaukee Baltimore at Oakland Cleveland at California n National league East thursday boxes rangers 4, Brewers i first came Texas Milwaukee a r h big a r h by Maddox of 4 13 0 Auerbach is 4 0 i 0 Dan son 35 3 0 0 0 Theobald 2b 4 0 10 Ford of 5 12 0 Davis of 3 0 10 Billings c 3 0 0 1 Scott 1b 3 0 0 0 Howard 1b 4 2 2 i of Brown of 4 12 0 Biittner la 1 0 0 0 tray nods of 3 0 0 0 Grieve of 4 0 2 2 Laroude pm 10 0 0 Mason is 4 0 10 Farraro 3b 4 0 0 0 Harris 2b 3 0 0 0 a Rodrigez c 4 0 10 Paul p 3 0 10 Rya son p 10 0 0 Broburg p 0 0 0 0 Felske pm 10 0 0 Bell p 0 0 0 0 Heise pm 10 0 0 Sanders p 0 0 0 0 Totaj _ Texas Milwaukee 34 4 la 4 total 33 i a 0 a a a i o o 0 0 0-4 Oss so 011-1 a a Rya son Dpi Milwaukee i. Lob Texas la. Milwaukee 7. 28�?olbrown. 38�?Grieve. a. So , Paul. Sfa Billings. In h r Erbb so Paul w.4-57 2-3 5 0 0 2 3 Broberg 11-31 i i 0 0 Ryerson l 3-4 s 4 4 13 0 Ball 3 5 0 0 2 i Sanders. I 0 0 0 0 0 save Broberg i. Wpm Broberg to 2 22. Brewers 4, rangers 3 second Dame Texas Milwaukee a r h blab r h by Maddox of 4 0 10 Auerbach is 3 0 0 0 Mason is 2 110 heist 2b 4 0 11 blot intr of 2 110 Lahoud of 3 0 0 to it Ragland 3b 0 0 0 0 Trey lds pm i i i 0 Billigs c 4 110 of Brown of 0 0 0 0 Howard 15 4 0 0 0 Scott 15 3 l Rye band p 0 0 0 0 Briggs of 4 Jones 3b 4 0 2 3 May of 4 Ford of 4 0 0 0 Ferraro 3b Harris 2b 4 0 0 0 a Rodrigez c 3 1 Bosman p 3 0 10 Lonborg p 3 i Nelson or 0 0 0 0 Grieve of 10 0 0 Taiwan wins on planning Williamsport. A. A fifth innings and scoring twice Hammond manager Peter a Taiwan s team in the Little in the second third and sixth. Vargulich sensed his starting league world series prepares however of the teams to hits. Pitcher Robbie Clark might for a baseball game the Way Only two were for extra bases .1 a republicans plan their National a Home run by Chiang Fuch a Quot my Quot a ask i to tier la a s there a no guarantee the oth Pitcher Lin hurled a master one or team will follow the script fill game allowing Only one hit at awol. Is but there was no deviation a a Home run by Kirk Sato a Lark circled the bases in the thursday when Taiwan pro and striking out 15. He fanned first second and fourth innings pelted itself into saturdays i the Side in three of the six in Only member of his team to Nal against Hammond ind. Rings. Score rce uses he had a before their 9-1 Victory Over Leammond reached the finals double was Safe on a fielder s Pearl City Hawaii manager with its 10-7 Triumph thursday Choice and was hit by a pitch. Lin Hsin Chang told his play Over san Juan puerto Rico. Saturdays final will be about ers the Indiana team jumped to the closest you can come to a a try to exhaust the other a 10-2 Lead then held on while rematch of the 1971 finale with Pitcher. Wear him out. Just try san Juan scored once in the out Matching the same teams. To hit the fifth and added four runs in the last year Taiwan won the the asian youngsters did just sixth. Three of the sixth inning championship 12-3 Over Gary that pecking away for single runs came across on Eduardo ind., a neighbouring City to runs in the first fourth an disantos Home run. Hammond. 32 3 7 3 total 32 4 4 too 300 000-3 Ooi 200 01 a a Pittsburgh new York Chicago St. Louis Montreal Philadelphia w. 73 61 63 56 54 43 West 74 67 62 55 l. 43 54 56 60 63 74 pct . 629 a 530 us .529 we 483 17 462 19�a 368 30<4 Cincinnati 74 44 627 a Houston 67 53 .558 8 los Angeles 62 54 .534 la Atlanta 55 66 .455 204 san Francisco 53 67 .442 22 san Diego 45 72 385 284 thursday result Cincinnati 6. Montreal 0 Only game scheduled Friday games san Francisco Willoughby 2-1 at Chicago Reuschel 6-5 los Angeles John 11-5 and Osteen 13-9 at Pittsburgh Blass 14-6 and Rison 6-42, twi night san Diego Caldwell 6-5 and Forman 6-9 at St. Louis san-1 Orini 6-8 and Cleveland 12-102, twi night Philadelphia Reynolds 0-11 at Cincinnati Gullett 5-7n new York Mcandrew 9-4 at Atlanta Stone 4-10n Montreal Stoneman 10-9 at a Houston Wilson 10-8n saturday s games san Francisco at Chicago los Angeles at Pittsburgh new York at Atlanta n Philadelphia at Cincinnati n Montreal at Houston n san Diego at St. Louis n total Taxa Milwaukee cd Agar Bach Harris 2 Dpi twas 1.1 lob Texas 6. Mil Waukau 4. 2b�?d Jones Briggs hrs a May i. A Blittner Mason. Scoff in h r Erbb so Bosman 7 7 3 3 1 5 Lundblad l.4-7 i 2 i i 0 0 Lonborg w.12-7 f 7 3 3 1 71 a bpm by Lonborg Mason. T�?2 of a 5,441. Reds 6, expos 0 Cincinnati Montreal a r to blab r h by Rosa of 4 0 10 Mcarver c 4 0 2 0 Morgan 2b 4 110 foil is 10 0 0 Tolan of 5 2 2 1 Hunt 2b 2 0 0 0 Bench 3b 2 111 Sig Eaton of 3 0 0 01 Hague 1b 2 10 1 fairly 1b 4 0 0 0 Tetra a la 2 10 0 Jorgenson of 4 0 2 0 Geronimo of 3 0 0 0 Woods of 4 0 10 Chanty is 2 0 2 1 Bailey 3b 3 0 10 plummy c 3 0 0 1 Torres 2b 2 0 0 0 Bill Muhm r 4 0 0 0 my anally p 1000 Gilbert p 0 0 0 01 Strohmayr p 0 0 0 01 fairly pm i 0 0 0 j rank no 0 0 0 0 Day pm 10 0 0 to Walker p 0 0 0 0 Chuck s Mobil service 1349 n. Main. Cor. N. Main amp Lexington live entertainment tonight from 8 to to . Deacon s quartet amp Mac Mccormick singe j k a s it a Deacon s quartet total Cincinnati Mont Rte i 31 4 7 5 total x 0 4 0 0 1 0 2 3 0 0 0 0-4 _ 0 of too 0 0 0-0 in Mcanally Torras 2. Dpi Cincinnati i 2, Montreal 2. Log Cincinnati 7, Mon trial 4. A a jordanian hrs Bench 2t. Six Morgan Tolan. So foil. 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