High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 11 1974, Page 9

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 11, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Forces 7th game in Aba Hook snags celtics Southern Guilford a Wanda Robbins soars to tie High jump record Indian redhead was state meet Champion with a jump of 5�?T2�?� staff photo by Art Richardson Boston apr after a Long hard season the Milwaukee Bucks and the Boston celtics find themselves in a one game showdown for the National basketball association championship. The Bucks forced a seventh and deciding game set for Milwaukee sunday afternoon by edging the celtics 102-101 on Kareem Abdul Jabbary a patented sky Hook shot with three seconds left in the second overtime Friday night. The 7-foot-2 Center averaging nearly 34 Points in the first six games of the series came through with his spectacular shot just four seconds after John Havlicek had Given Boston a 101-100 Lead. Milwaukee called time High Point n after Havlicek a Basket and sent in Jon Mcglocklin for additional firepower. But Abdul Jabbar elected to try his Hook while moving toward the Baseline. The Ball dropped through the hoop cleanly and the Bucks had their second Victory in three games in Boston. A a it was supposed to be Jones shot but everybody else was covered so i took it a Abdul Jabbar said after playing the entire 58 minutes along with teammate Oscar Robertson and Havlicek. Boston s starting Center Dave Cowens picked up his third foul Early in the opening period and sat out 14 minutes of the first half As Milwaukee built a 47-40 Lead. A that Hurt us Hurt us bad a Boston coach Tommy Heinsohn said. A they also shot 60 per cent and we shot 35 per cent in the first half but hell it was a great a we had our chances a Bostons Paul Silas said. A now it comes Down to who wants it the Abdul Jabbary a game winning Basket spoiled a Brilliant performance by Havlicek a who took game honors with 36 Points. Havlicek scored nine of the celtics last la Points after leading a comeback which tied the game 86-86 at the end of regulation time. In state meet Hoke High girls champs Andrews and Southern Guilford finished in a tie for third in the girls state track meet Friday to Lead area teams entered in the meet. Each team finished with 14 Points to Trail Hoke High school which won the meet Ragsdale a Jacelyn Jones sets Pace finished fifth in mile for tigers in state meet Bison eighth raiders sixth in track meet Greensboro Andrews finished sixth and Central eighth in the sectional track meet Friday As Grimsley won the meet. The Whirlie finished with 47 Points while Andrews had 16 and Central 12. The Only other area team scoring Points was Southwest Randolph which picked up Only six Points on Gerald Ashworth a second place finish in the shot and fourth in the discus. The Only Winner for the raiders was the 880-Yard relay team of Charlie Williams Randy Robinson ted Brown and Ulyssus Clinton. Anthony Williams placed fourth in the 120-Yard hurdles and the 100-Yard dash for Andrews while Robinson was fourth in the triple jump. Top finishes for Central included Melvin Mccullom fourth in the shot Rob Bernot fifth in the discus and Earl Martin second in 440-Yard run. The results i ski 4 Aap 4 to Ashworth sch 3 Smith Mccollum pc 5 Young Jackson of pole vault i Kellogg p 130" 2 Mast s 3 Shackelton c 4 Trivette of 5 Eastern mpa 6 Miller mor 120 High hurdles i Kelly la p 14 9 2 Dunnavant Ort Pemberton iwo 4 Williams spa 5 Lowery d 6 Ferriter pc too Yard dash 1 Meadows s 9 9 2 Pressley we 3 Lawson Bys 4 Williams spa 5 Caldwell of 6 Eldridge no mile i Barnhardt Gri 434 9 2 Oakes is 3 Chambers Wos 4 Miller Ort 5 Summers of 6 Hill my 880 relay i Hight Point Andrews Williams Robinson Brown Clinton i 30 6 2 Grimsley 3 North Forsyth 4 Page s High Point Central 4 West Forsyth 440 i Chavis Gri 49 8 2 Martin pc 3 Hoard w 4 Berry of 5 Monck s 4 Glymph Rey new record 180 Low hurdles i Dunnavant Gri 19 7 2 Pemberton we 4 Kellogg p 4 Hairston Mai 5 Mack of 4 Osborne Rey new record 880 i Miller Gri 1 59 7 2 Barnhardt Gri 3 Edwards in 4 Sullivan Rey 5 Cardwell Seg 4 Wasserman spa 220 i Nelson p 22 1 2 Lawson by 3 Meadows s 4 Pressley we 5 Brason Elk 6 William spa new record 2 Miles i Olson Rey 10107 2 Fitzgerald we 3 Jones Gri 4 Macheras Rey 5 Baka Tasis is 4 Mcalpine Rey mole relay i Grimsley Thacker Chavis Martin Dunnavant 321 8 2 High Point Central 3 High Point Andrews 4 Reynolds s North Forsyth 4 West Forsyth new record team result i Grimsley 47, 2 Smith 24, 3 Page 23. 4 Cummings a 21, 5 Western Guilford a 20, 4 High Point Andrews a 14, 7 Reynolds a 14, 8 High Point Central a 12 9 Parkland 12, to Williams 12, la East Forsyth a 8, 12 North Forsyth 8, 13 Bartlett Yancey a 7, Bartlett Yancy by Central cen14 East Surry a 4, is Southwest Central Davidson cd Cummings Randolph a 6, 14 Forbush a 5, 17 Dudley East Surry i East South Stokes a 3, is West Forsyth 3, Forsyth feast Randolph or Madison Mayodan 2, 20 Dudley Elkin Elk Forbush Graham i 21 Southeast Guilford a i 22 Gra Grimsley Gri High Point Star mount a i. Andrews spa High Point Central pc Ledford led Madison Mayodan my Morehead mor North Forsyth no Northwest Guilford neg Page Park and ski Ragsdale rag Reynolds re Smith South Stokes i Southeast Guilford Seg southwestern Randolph sir West Forsyth i Western Guilford we Williams Reidsville Reid Star mount Star. High jump i Brooks c 4 4 v 2 Toth s 3 Murrell is 4 Russell f 5 Stowe pal. Long jump i Jessup is 21 2w 2 Moser of 3 Walker w 4 Caldwell of Martin Star 4 Dallard s a triple jump i Foster w 44 5v, 2 Brooks c 3 Little pal 4 Robinson spa 5 Moser of 4 Ballard s new record discus i Dagenhart s 150 0" 2 Stowe pal 3 Parsons f 4 Ashworth sir 5 Bernot pc 4 Byrd d shot i Bostic s 54 in 2 pro basketball playoffs sunday april 28 Boston 98, Milwaukee 83 tuesday april 30 Milwaukee 105, Boston 96, overtime Friday May 3 Boston 95, Milwaukee 83 sunday May 5 Milwaukee 97, Boston 89 tuesday May 7 Boston 96, Milwaukee 87 Friday May to Milwaukee 102, Boston 101, 2 overtimes series tied 3-3 with 41 Points and new Bern second with 25. It was the third consecutive win for Hoke. Ragsdale was seventh at 12. Jackie Sanders again turned in a Strong performance for Andrews while Wanda Robbins and Andrea Dixon starred for the indians. Sanders finished in a dead heat with Ray Warren of red Springs in the 66-Yard Low hurdles then finished second to Donna Willis Ord of new Bern in the 110 hurdles. Sanders had taken both events in the sectionals. For the second straight week Robbins jumped 5�?T2�?� to win the High jump and tie the state record. The Indian redhead failed in three attempts at a new record 5�?T3�?� height. She later finished in the 440-Yeard dash an event she had set a sectional record in last saturday. Dixon finished first in the shot put for the indians with a throw of 38 feet 4 inches which set a new state record breaking the old Mark of 36 feet 7vk inches. Ragsdale a 440-Yard relay team of Kadis Hingleton Sivena Patterson Kathy Aaron Vickie Mcclean also took a first. Other tigers placing included Ann Price fourth in the High jump Jacelyn Jones fifth in the mile run and the 800 relay team third in that event. For Andrews the mile relay team of Phyllis Alford Bernita Lovette Almeta Perkins and Jackie Sanders finished second to Hoke while the 880-Yard relay team was fifth. A total of ten records were broken or tied in the event including hokes Kathy Mcmillian a two records of 18 feet in the Long jump and 25.6 in the 220-Yard dash Lynn Cruickshank of Lejeune who bettered her own Mark in the discus with a toss of 117 feet inches hokes mile and 880-Yard relay teams setting new Marks in those events Kathy Taylor of North Pitt breaking her own mile Mark with a time of 5 21.1 Donna Swindell of new Bern with a new 440-Yard run record of 59.3 and Kathy Kittrell of West Carteret with a new 880-Vard run time of 2 27.3. Hook 41. New Bari 2j, Andrews 14. So Othorn Guilford 14, Jockson Iii i to Vord hurdles a tic Sonders spa Ona Warren cd sennas 8 4 ? Stott Spoel 4 Mitchell Hillside 5-Wealhermqion Cape flt. Mile Relova i. Hook 4 11. 2 a. Cire 3. Southeastern 4. Jacksonville. 5. Western Guilford. Too dash a i Bountres Elm City 114 2. Mcmullion Hook j. Little Mook 4. S Foster bouet s. Fotr pose mile run a i. Taylor North Pii s 21 9 2 i 3 Rad inf be Leone 4 Mccoy Wilson j Jones a Covilie 40 re a a i Roos Daie 21 7 j. Western Guilford j. Page 4 Lejeune Hook 440 dash a i. A Vondell Newland 59 3 a tide Hook 3 by Van Jacksonville 4 Robbins Southern Guilford. 5. Tvs ont Hendersonville a a 220 dash a i Mcmillan Hook 2s 4 2. Roundtree Elm cliv3. Hickmon new Bern 4 Little Hook $. in Bowel 110 hurdles a. I. Wellford new Bern a Sander Andrews 3 Worren bed son req 4. Weatherman Cape fear 5. Line Durham. Jio run a i cheerful West Forterell 2 2jj 2 Potter Hillside 3. Tvs ont i Hendersonville 4. Mcamis Southeast 5. Chambers Western Guilford i 880 Relova i. Hook 1 45.1 2. Hew Bern 3 Ragsdale 4. Western Guilford 5. Andrews 1 e10 Southern Guilford 38-4 Zuj 2. Pope Southern nosh 3. Free it Ken e 4 Cork new Berne Rojen hour went Stanley. Discuss Krulc Ketonk Lieeun 1 7-444 �?�y1n�s Jacksonville 3. Loiko we item Guilford 4 Underwood drug Tana Lumos Mcneil info Hook to 2 Whitford new Beni 3 Stevenson of Eccl 4. Pike troop Iati 5 War Quot we Sci it. Robbins Southern Guilford 2 Scott Page 3. Lith Hook 4. Baker id h. Connolly. Turner Jacksonville. Enterprise Section b sat., May la 1974 Andrews Bernita Lovette hands off Almeta Perkins ready to go in mile relay Ledford gets District seven baseball Winner. Milford Lyra Gutter Mon i Grimsley 7. Kids putt better new York a Veteran golfer Sam Snead says the kids playing today Are better putters than when he played in his prime 30 and 40 years ago. It might be called beginners Luck but. Ledford a David Smith pitched a no hitter that softball tournament in finals Archdale a two teams Are left in the winners bracket As the Ott s invitational softball tournament goes into its last Day. Western sizzling and Wryk will be waiting for the other teams to come up from the losers bracket. Play began at noon with 12 teams remaining in fridays action in the lower bracket Larry Walker body shop whipped deep River dying 11-4, Turner Mobile Homes beat Kraft converter 8-6 and Lamb distributing bumped Oak hollow tavern 12-5. In winners play of the double elimination tournament yesterday Wryk beat Tysinger a 76 7-3 and Archdale soda shop 15-7. North Davidson wins 9-6 Spencer North Davidson maintained second place in the North Piedmont conference Friday with a 9-6 win Over East Rowan. The knights trailed 4-1 going into the sixth but they exploded for seven runs in that Frame to get the win. Dan Craver led North batters with a single and a double. The win raises North a record to 12-5 in the pc. The knights Host North Stanley tuesday at 7 30. Wrapped up a District playoff berth for the panthers it was his first varsity baseball game on the Mound. Ledford finished with an 18-0 rout of Allen Jay that clinched second place in the Central Carolina conference for the panthers. They will now face Northern District seven Winner which will be either North Wilkes or Allegheny. The panthers wasted Little time Friday jumping out to a 6-0 Lead in the first inning. Rodney Rickard and Chris Green led Ledford in the hitting department with two hits apiece. Ledford finished regular season play with a 10-3 conference record and a 12-4 Overall Mark. Allen Jay Letord 2b Green we oops panthers out of cd play by Paul Shinn associate sports editor Salisbury a another time another place. That a what its going to be for High Point College after Friday afternoons second loss in the Carolinas conference baseball tournament. Pfeiffer mauled the panthers 12-0 to Knock them out of the tournament in two straight games. And the string of five consecutive league titles is broken High Point now must wait until wednesday to try to regain some of its composure and get a shot at winning the District title which would carry the team into area playoffs. On this saturday night the two teams playing for the league title Are Elon and Catawba at 7. If a second game is needed. It will follow. The pairing came As a result of the rest of yesterdays action. Elon beat Catawba 9-7 and Catawba came Back to whip Pfeiffer 12-5. Catawba scored six runs in the fourth inning to do in Pfeiffer just As the Falcons had scored eight times in the second inning to put the screws on High Point earlier in the Day. A Pfeiffer hit the Heck out of the Ball that Sall a pc coach Chuck Hartman said. A when you get eight or nine hits in an inning like they did. You re going to score some runs. A i think we were emotionally Down from the rainout loss to Catawba the night before. That took a lot out of the players. This was the first tournament for a lot of Hartman did t Register a lot of emotion about not being around to continue his string of conference championships. A those things have to end sometime a he said. A of course we would like to have won another but if i had my Choice id rather win the District games. This year we done to have a Choice. Right now we have to win next week if we re going to do anything Dickie Myers just named conference player of the year allowed six singles and a double and had the game his Way on the humid Day. He picked up his seventh win without a loss striking out seven Lew Lyon failed to get through the second for High Piont. Delvin idol pitched with the same effectiveness until Billy Sorrell bailed him out. John Kaub finished up with three innings and turned in the Best statistics of the four. The Only thing was the game had been Over since the second in addition to his Pic hugs Myers pitched in with five hits in five trips to Lead the 16-hit Falcon Salvo. To show the frustration of High Point s Day the last Man Lyon pitched to was the number nine hitter Ron Roberson. Roberson slapped a three run Homer Pfeiffer batted 13 men in the inning. The sudden turn of events that Kafoed the regular season and top seeded Champion panthers in 14 innings of Ball prompted Hartman to change his Normal practice schedule for the first time in years. A we re going to get away from baseball for a couple of Days a he said. A we have exams coming up and i think it might be a Good idea to put this tournament behind us. So we done to practice until late monday afternoon after exams. A i done to normally do this but it might be the Best thing this year. We be got to get ready for the District tournament High Point Pfeiffer and Gardner Webb Are already in the District tournament of Elon wins tonight it will be the fourth team. If Catawba happens to win two games at its Home Park the indians will go and defending District Champion Elon will be knocked out. That a the Way the league tournament has developed High Point of r is by a r h by a guns 3b 6 12 0 Burrell 3b 5 0 2 0 Raines of 6 i i 0 Brm fld is 4 0 0 0 Warren of 3 3 2 i Goins do 40 10 Myers p 5 2 5 1 Foster la 4 0 0 0 by eco 3 2 2 1 or than 2b 4 0 10 paste 3 12 Terrill of 4010 Fry la 5 0 0 2 Smith of 4 0 10 Little 2b 2 111 Dupree it 30 0 Martin 2b 3 too Sharpe 3 0 0 0 a Bronss 4 13 3 Lyon 0 0 0 0 idol p 0 0 0 0 sorrel p 0 0 0 0 Kaub p 0 0 0 0 totals 40 12 ii la totals 3s 0 7 0 pleated .080 012 010-12 High Point. Too too oooo 0 e a Roberson Dupree 28 a Raines Myers Terrill. Or a Roberson. Nye so a Goins lob Pfeiffer 8 pc to pitching summaries in m r Erbb so Myers w,7-0 a 7 0 0 1 7 Lyon l. 5-2 1 1/3 5 5 s 0 i idol 0 4 3 3 0 0 Sorrell 4 2/3 5 3 3 3 i Kaub 3 2 i 0 2 s Kenon nets get title Buford gets Best Man too too o 0 i to 600 714 x�?18 to 0 a Smith up a Madden Uniondale n y. A Billy Buford can get married today with his Best Man Larry Kenon on hand after All. The new York nets saw to that when they belted Utah 111-110 Friday night to Clinch the american basketball association championship. While his teammates celebrated with a wild Champagne and Shower party Kenon hurried to catch a plane to Chicago. His old teammate at Memphis state Buford was the reason. U the nets Hadnot finished the stars off Friday night the two teams would have been Back in Utah for a sixth game in their series tonight. �?�1 know that a said Kenon. A i kept telling the Guys we lose this one. I be gotta be in Kenon obliged his pal with some clutch baskets Down the stretch helping the nets pull away and Clinch new Yorkus first Aba title. The result left the capacity Nassau coliseum crowd in a frenzy and the players had to Goins year s Best East cites athletes Thomasville a number 13 Wasny to bad Luck for Andy Goins. The East Davidson athlete who rushed for Over 2,000 Yards As a halfback last fall then played a major role on Golden Eagle basketball and track teams was honoured with the athlete of year award Friday night at the 13th annual East Davidson awards banquet. Goins who will attend appalachian state University on a football scholarship also received the Best defensive player award for his basketball work. Greg Small grabbed quite a bit of the spotlight As Well winning the most valuable player trophies in track and basketball As Well As the sportsmanship award. Jody Westmoreland received the map award for the girls basketball team while Betty Darr took the Best defensive player trophy for basketball As Well As the most valuable player trophy for girls track. Herbie Branson a Junior won the baseball Muf award while golfer Mike Jolly was map in that sport. Also recognized were freshman and Junior varsity teams. Athletic director Howard Hayes congratulated the Eagle boosters for having raised $10,000 this season saying this was the greatest athletic year at the school. Fight their Way into the dressing room. Kenon and guard John Williamson two Rookie starters had 23 Points and 15 Points respectively. Second year Man Brian Taylor had 19 and the old men of the starting lineup 24year-old Julius Erving had 20, and 26-year-old Billy Paultz 21. A they said we d fold under the pressure of the playoffs a said Kenon. A but inexperience does no to mean you can to play. What is experience now we won the nets started slowly and led by Only two Points at halftime 50-48. A we Felt fortunate to be up by two at the half a said playoff most valuable player Erving who had Only seven Points in the first half. A we Felt our defense in the last two minutes of the first half had Given us the Lead and we decided we had to keep it up in the second new York came out hot and opened a 10-Point Lead at 70-60. But the stars bounced right Back on the hot hand of Willie Wise who led All scorers with 34 Points. Utah caught new York and then went ahead of the nets 95-94 with 4 46 to play. But Kenon hit three baskets and Williamson had two. Paultz Erving and Taylor had one each As the nets outscored the stars 17-5 Down the stretch

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