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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 31, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 2c High Point Enterprise thursday january 31,1974 to Wilmington Collins gets 40, but panthers lose by r. J. Powell Wilmington not Many College basketball teams lose when they have a player ripping the nets for 40 Points Pete Collins 40 markers represented nearly half the High Point scoring As the panthers lost to the University of North Carolina at Wilmington sea Hawks 99-81 in Hanover Hall Here wednesday night a sensational second half shooting Effort by the Hawks when they cashed in 24 of 31 chances from the floor and 13 of 15 from the line enabled them to out Point High Point College. 61-37 in the second half. High Point head coach Jerry Steele who had his club out front by to Points about Midway the first half naturally was pleased with the panthers first 20 minutes and conversely unhappy with the ways things turned out in the second portion of the inter District clash. A offensively and defensively we played Well in the first half. And got the Job allowed the Panther Mentor in his second season at High Point College. But from the opening moments of the second part of the contest they Unow played like they wanted the Victor More than we Captain Collins the 6-8 senior from High Point with the professional touch and great rebounding strength popped in a Point a minute in the Early going As the panthers went after their second Triumph of the season Over coach Mel Gibson s coastal club. A yes Steele admitted. A the 225-Pounder who has twice hit 35 Points this season was Sharp All night especially in the first half when he wound up with nine buckets and eight of nine from the line for 26 Points which was the big reason we led at halftime 44-38.�?� in addition to ramming in tips the 22-year-old converted numerous second shots and was almost solely responsible Bison madmen crush Dudley Greensboro surging High Point Central stormed to a 39-12 wrestling Victory Over Greensboro Dudley wednesday night upping the Bison record to 6-8 for the season and 4-6 in the conference. Pete Price. Phil Atkinson and John Kerr her recorded pins for the winners. Decisions went to Willie Middlebrooks Hal Johnson and Cody Allen. Steve Sowers was awarded a forfeit. The Bison travel to North Forsyth Friday night. Jamestown madmen Romp Jamestown Jamestown Junior High recorded its fourth win in As Many outings wednesday destroying Greensboro Gillespie 81-0 in wrestling action. Jamestown recorded 12 pins one decision and one forfeit in the runaway. Northeast Routs Griffin madmen the undefeated Northeast Junior High wrestlers too an overwhelming 60-12 decision Over Griffin wednesday. Northeast took nine pins and two decisions while Griffin managed Only two pins. Northeast is now 7-0 for the season and will travel to Lexington next wednesday. Keeling Field Indianapolis a a Field of 6,140 teams from All 50 states puerto Rico Venezuela Finland Japan the Bahamas and Canada will participate in the 1974 american Bowling Congress tournament which opens Here feb. 16. The Abc announced wednes Day that this years tournament will have a record prize of More than $760,000. The previous High was $721,058 at Detroit in 1971. The tournament will be held on a 40-Lane layout under construction at the Indianapolis civic Center. For five members of the Home club getting into foul trouble although Only one Seahawk David Price fouled out starter Ernie Lynn Gibson s 6-7 Sophomore was the first to fail in an Effort to keep track of Collins. Lynn had four fouls besides his name before the first half ended. Keith Yow. A 6-8 freshman took Over the assignment when 6-4 Perry Dobson ran into foul trouble guarding Collins. Before fouling out. Prince contested the Panther Star on the boards and despite four personals freshman Sam Robinson had the most Success containing Collins in the second half. Quot perhaps we should have played Willie Jackson 1241 Mike Cherry i20> and Prince it 14� differently a Steele added in talking about the Hawks three top Point producers it boils Down to the fact they had More spirit and desire than we showed in the second half. The sea Hawks moved the Ball Well after the intermission a assistant High Point Bill Davis Mentor said a the hot handed Hawks gained control of the games Tempo in the Early moments of the second half and continued to Hustle for the Gibson revealed that the shooting by his Unow outfit was their Best of the season. Overall the Hawks were 40 for 69 from the floor for a 68 per cent Mark Quot although we had a Good shooting percentage 16-28 our defense was nothing to write Home about in the first half a the Wilmington head coach explained after his club upped its record to 9-5. Quot All of our Fellows really put Forth Fine Effort in the second half attacking Hpe a Tough 1-2-2 zone and doing Fine inside against the big Man Collins a a this win should be helpful to our team in meeting three members of District 26 the next three times out a added Gibson who said saturdays game at Shaw has been cancelled with the next local action set against methodist in Fayetteville monday night. High Point is slated to meet Belmont Abbey at Belmont saturday night. After four second half ties the Hawks took the Lead for keeps with a Little More than 15 minutes left. Wilmington held a 21 Point Lead with just More than a minute remaining in the contest. Unow alien Cherry Jackson Lynn pc inc Nymn o do to Brock Dobson Belen totals 0 it j 66 10 0-1 to 4 4 2 in 6 23 2 4-4 i i 0-0 1 i i 0-1 4 0-1 0 3-4 40 it 24 halftime h fouls he 22 out he Shew High Point t 12 Collins 20 Matts 24 Glover 4 Shew 14 Stewart 1 Bennett 2 Cloud 2 in gang 2 Schott i totals 3 w git Point 44, Unow 31. Unow 2. Fouled Unow Prince. G it t is 10-14 40 7 14 is 2 2 to 2 2 6 2 2 2 2 2 6 of 0 of 0 0-0 2 31 it 26 la Cougar move supported Cincinnati a the american basketball association has reportedly voted to procede with efforts to relocate an Aba team possibly the Carolina cougars in Cincinnati next year. The Cincinnati enquirer reported today that the secret vote was unanimous. Cincinnati sports inc., a group which owns 40 per cent of the Kentucky colonels and a world hockey association franchise has begun construction of a Multi million Dollar 16,000seat sports Arena near riverfront stadium Home of the Cincinnati reds and bengals. The Cincinnati royals of the National basketball association moved to Kansas City two years ago. of fan support. They played at Cincinnati gardens. The colonels under their contract agreement with Cal play to games in Cincinnati this season and at least 15 for each of the next nine years. The games Are played at the University of Cincinnati. Turn Back Dudley Bison notch second straight win by Benny Phillips associate sports editor tile Bison of High Point Central and winning basketball Are getting together like Karo and syrup. In other words the Bison and winning Are synonymous a at least this week. For the second straight night the Bison herded themselves and romped Over a team that they had previously lost to. Tuesday night East Forsyth was the victim. Wednesday night it was Greensboro Dudley with the Bison posting a 50-46 Victory. The two straight wins give Central an 11-7 Overall record and a 4-5 Mark in conference to be inducted Bowling Green Ohio a Ralph g. Harshman Bob Reynolds and Charles Buckenmeyer will be inducted into the Bowling Green state University athletic Hall of Fame saturday. A a a. Warfare. Central led most of the game but the panthers of Dudley closed the margin toward the end making for a rather exciting finish. Central took a 12-6 Lead in the first Quarter and held on to the six Point margin at halftime leading by 25-19. The silk Point Lead held up through the third period and it was 40-34 going into the final eight minutes. Dudley Cut the Lead to four Points twice during the late stages of the period but Central survived. Three Central players scored in the double figures. Mitchell Little set the Pace with 17 Points. Ronald Johnson added 14 Points and Earl Martin accounted for 13. James Haygood led Dudley with 15. Keith Gregory and Thomas Poteat followed with to tallies each. A i Hope these two Back to Back wins get us going a said Central coach Roger Hedgecock Quot i told the players before the game this was a key situation for us and that this game could get us started for the rest of the season and also the tournament. We Hope that we Are on the Road Central has a third game this week playing North Forsyth Here in High Point Friday night. Quot As far As tonight s game a added Hedgecock Quot it was easy to Tell that both clubs played last night. Players were a step behind on a lot of plays and the shooting of both clubs was off. We for example shot Only 38 per cent for the game. Quot i did think our defense did a Good Job Quot added the Bison Mentor. In the first game of the evening the Central Junior varsity scored a 50-36 Victory. The game was stopped in the fourth Quarter and not finished however when Dudley coach Lou Robinson was ordered by game officials to leave the Bench and go to the dressing room. Robinson refused and game officials stopped the contest. Keever Lambeth was High scorer for Central with 16 Points. Blake Lewis followed with la and Willie Jones added to. Varsity Dudley la a 11-24 Central.12 13 is 10-sb Ooley a Shaw 2, Haygood is Gregory la Poteet la Bannerman a Lind May 2. Central a Johnson 14, Martin in Little 17, Clynard 6. Foli oed Doc brow be Mol Collins Green. Teague. Jayvee game Dudley .17 14 4 0-3 Central.12 23 13 2-sb Dudley a Reece 13, e aum 6, Harris x Smith t. Jones. Central a Lambeth 16, Jones to Brewer 4. Byrd 6. Lewis la. Adams 3. W. H. Rogers tax consultant state amp Federal phone 882-9446 1701 Pershing St. High Point 11-314 Winter clearance Sale All Winter items must go one group suits r / one group spor Coats one group sp0rtshirts january Bays buy now my 140 n. 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