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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 16, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Lexington from Page i c Lead at the end of the f St Quarter. The bulldogs outscored Lexington 18-7 in the second Quarter and this stretched the Lead to 38-18 when the half ended. Lexington stayed with Thomasville in the third Quarter being outscored by Only four Points but this widened the Gap even More As the bulldogs took a 60-36 Lead with them when Thev went to their Bench at the end of the third Quarter. In the third Quarter Cotton was ejected from the game for three technical fouls. He had been called for one in the first Quarter and he got two this time. First he slammed the Ball Down after a Call he did t like and the official fixed him with technical number two. Then when he argued with the official another technical was slapped on him. Which automatically ejected him from the game. By that time the bulldogs had already put the game out of reach and even with Cotton in the line up. The jackets were too far behind to chop Down the bulldogs. Raider madmen rout Reynolds Winston Salem Andrews red raiders wrapped up their wrestling season tuesday flight by defeating Reynolds by 37-20. The Victory gives the raiders a 13-3 season re. Andrew s will share the conference tide with Morehead should the panthers defeat Cummings tonight of Morehead loses Andrews will gain sole Possession of the conference. Last night David Dozier and Curtis Wilson paced the Andrews grapplers with pins while by Wallace Oregon Davis. Larry Murvin John Quick. Chuck i it Edford and David Campbell won on decisions. Heavyweight Gary Ouis finished his match in a draw his first for the season with Only one defeat Andrews is 47-6 Over a three year Span and will compete in the sectionals at Greensboro Smith feb. 18-19. From the end of the third Quarter to the end of the game it was simply a matter of holding on for the bulldogs and that they did. Means 19 Points was tops for the a dogs and he was followed by Davis who had 14 to his credit Ira love added to. Cotton led the Way for Lexington with 14 Points. Thomasville returns to the Hardwood tonight to play North Forsyth in a non conference contest. The game will be the second of a three game Home stand for the bulldogs who play Statesville Friday night. In the Junior varsity game it was Lexington taking a come from behind win 63-55. Carlos Terry led All scorers As he put 27 through for the jackets. Harold Peoples added 12. Thomasville was led by Harry Brown. Henry Dunlap and Gerald Gordon who had 13. 12 and to Points respectively a a a East from Page i c in the dressing room for some 20 minutes following the game. A we have yet to put a game together in the 21 games we be he said. A we made too Many Hutchinson noted that Ledford a comeback was due to the panthers alternating defences. A it gave us a lot of he said. As for Lee Hutchinson pointed out the spartan plan was to shut him off As much As possible. A we Felt like 65 to 75 per cent of their offence was entered around Lee so if we could Stop him and do anything at All offensively ourselves. We cold have a pretty Good Wayne Johnson led Central with 16 Points backed by Mike Beeker Danny Story and David Hunt with la each Hunt played one of his Best games f the season returning to form after a knee injury. Johnny Stewart paced the panthers with 12 Points and Lee finished w Hll East Davidson girls trailed most of the contest but battled Back from an eight 45 73 66 74 College scoreboard v by the associated press East Rutgers 73, army 72 Long Island 61, northeastern Rhode Island 75, Providence j mass. 112. Boston u. 89 Boston Coll. 70. St. John s by Geo. Washington 84, Lehigh i holy Cross 84. Dartmouth 83 Hunter 78. Yeshiva 64 i Mon by 64, Amherst 63 Williams 82, Rensselear poly 74 South Auburn 91. Georgia tech 77 Biscayne 103. Lasalle 93 w. Carolina 83. Belmont Abbey 78 Roanoke 70, Randolph Macon 66 Mars Hill 86. Presbyterian 05 Midwest Wichita St. 88. Chi. Loyola 64 Kansas St. 78, Kansas 66 Iowa 87. Illinois 84. Of Wisconsin 84. Purdue 65 Missouri 80. Nebraska cd de Paul 74. Northwestern 72 Wittenberg 54, Heidelberg 52 Eastern Mich. 93, Oakland 88 Kenvon to. Oberlin 60 Minikin 101. Macmurray 89 Southwest Texas Christian 93. Sec 84 Texas 90. Baylor 70 Texas tech 80, Rice 76 Texas Aam 86, Arkansas 85 Letourneau 84. Tex. Wesleyan 75 be Louisiana 106, Lamar 103 Point deficit to tie the score at 32-32 on a kits Wagner bucket with 3 45 to go in the game. That was As close As the eagles came As Terry mired scored on a Baseline drive with 2 54 to go to put Randleman up by two and Susan russells steal and Layup made it 36-32 less than 20 seconds later. The tigers then outscored East 8-3 Over the final two minutes As the eagles went the remainder of the game without a Field goal Russell led Randleman with 20 Points. A ire i and Nan Han Ner added to each. Wagner was tops for the eagles with 18 Points. Jody Westmoreland finished with eight Points my High scoring Forward Wanda Wilson was held to seven. Bruins extend Home Streak by the associated press a we got off to a great Start against California a Boston coach Tom Johnson said. A we came out skating and were in the right spot at the right Mike Walton Derek Sanderson Johnny Bucyk and Ace Bailey were in the right spot when Bobby Orr was unleashing his shots tuesday night. The result was Boston s 6-3 National hockey league Victo re Over the Golden seals extending to 23 games the Bruins unbeaten Home Streak within five of the nil record set by Montreal in 1943-41. It also kept Boston eight Points ahead of new York in the East division As the rangers whipped Vancouver 5-1. In the nights Only other game Chicago edged St. Louis 3-2. Orr did no to get a goal against the seals. But the Boston de Senseman. Runaway Leader in assists provided four All of them in the Bruins five goal first be Iode to raise his season total to 62. His first came on Bucyk a 24th goal of the year just 1 33 into the game. Sanderson scored the first of his two goals in the game just three minutes later again with Orr helping out. And Bailey made it 3-0 at 13 13. Orr then tried to put it in with Long slap shots. Each time he missed but each time Walton was there for the rebounds and his 20th and 21st goals just 68 seconds apart. Gary c Poteau Wayne Crale ton and Iva Boldirew made it respectable for California while Sanderson made sure the seals catch up with his second goal and 17th of the season. Jean Ratelle was the big gun for the rangers scoring the hat trick with his 37th. 38th and 39th goals of the year. His first came just 13 seconds into the game and his second the tie breaking Winner came four seconds from the end of the second period. Glen Sather and vie Hadfield also tallied for new York before Ratelle scored no. 3 of the game into an empty net in the closing minutes. Bob Schmautz averted a canucks shutout. Central from Page i c score was 58-50, and the Bison caught fire running t h e margin to 67-50 while the pirates were scoreless for better than two minutes. Both teams used a pressure defense. A we have to heat Smith Friday night to Clinch third place and it is possible for us to finish in a second place tie but or this to happen Well need a Reat Deal of outside help a pointed out Hedgecock. The conference tournament begins at Grimsley gymnasium next tuesday night with the Bottom four teams in six team conference battling it out. Wednesday night the two winners play the league s top two clubs in the semifinal round and the finals Are scheduled for Friday night with be tournament Ainne advancing into the state 4-a tournament. Islanders displayed in nil new York Iasi Bill Torrey new general manager of the National hockey leagues freshly minted new York islanders figures it will take Between three and five years to build the team into a Winner. And he does no to expect a whole lot of help from the other 15 nil teams in doing it. A i can to imagine our brother teams being Over generous in the draft a said Torrey former executive vice president of the Oakland seals. A i done to expect anybody is going to throw us a 25 or 30-goal what Long gland Home of the new franchise can expect from Torrey is a Young rather inexperienced team. A i done to think it makes sense drafting somebody who won t be Here a Long time a said Torrey. A a we la be better off Over the Long haul with younger players who Are Likely to give us More than a year or so of service. The islanders who unveiled their splashy Orange and Blue Emblem along with their new pm at a tuesday press conference will begin play next season in the new $28 Millier Nassau coliseum. A we have a tremendous facility Here and i think the Public is entitled to the Best possible team a said Torrey. To accomplish this. Torrey will spend the remaining seven weeks of the current nil season on the Road scouting and trying to organize a scouting staff Tor the islanders High Point Enterprise wednesday feb. 16, 1972 3c Littles from Page i c Caldwell was second High scorer with 19 Points. Larry Miller added 17. George Thompson paced the condors with 27 Points backed by Dave Lait in with 26 and Bob Verga with 23. The cougars trailed by As much As 17 Points but forced six turnovers in the first six minutes of the third period converting five into baskets. The cougars trimmed the Lead to two Points on two occasions with Pittsburgh again pulling away but Caro Ana finally caught up with 11 04 in go in the game on Littles sparkling three Point play. Caldwell s steal and Dunk gave the cougars the Lead. Pittsburgh tied it up one More time before Littles and Miller hit for buckets that put the cougars in the Groove. The condors were never closer than four Atter that a we just had a Lack it it of enthusiasm in the first half coach Tom Meschery said a i food them i knew they were better defensively than they showed and if they did t Start playing defense Pittsburgh would stomp on us. A i thought Manning was the key to the Victory. He and Littles. But in a just beginning to repeat myself about Gene Manning did More than hit the key baskets. It was just the Way he played. He Dove after balls got on the boards had his arms swinging and just gave the team a lift with his desire Meschery also had probe for his centers. A Stew got us Back in the game then he got tired and Tom came in and did a great Job a he noted. The cougars Are tied for fourth place in the Aba East with the floridians who nipped Denver 125-124 in overtime tuesday. In other Aba games Kentucky trimmed Indiana 101-99 Dallas stopped Virginia 116-111 and i Tab walloped Memphis 118-99. A a a title from Page i c its All Over a said Force. A if we beat Reidsville in our last regular seas in game i Hope it will give us Confidence in the tournament. If we done twin i Hope it will get the boys up for the championship itself. A tonight we pretty Good. We still Arentt getting the Ball in to Foye Lee. We hit Well from the line though. I guess everything now depends on How we do Andrews now has a seven game winning Streak going and is 15-6 in the season and 4-1 in the league. Junior Glern Bethea had a Fine night with 18 Points to Pace the raiders while Foye finished with 17. Durham rounded out the Andrews scorers in double figures. 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