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Huron Daily Plainsman (Newspaper) - December 13, 1981, Huron, South Dakota Advance to finals rapid City a Sioux Falls Washington ran its season record to 22-0 with a 6745 Victory Over the Watertown arrows in the semifinal round of the South Dakota class a girls basketball tournament Here f riday night. In the Consolation bracket West Central upset Belle four Che 42-37. Watertown battled Washington on even terms Early a then fell victim to the record 37-Point Effort of 5-11 Washington senior Center Joelle Byre. Byres Point total is a tournament record for a semifinal game the previous record was 29 set last year by Kris Holwerda of Brookings. An Early 6-3 Watertown Lead provoked upset dreams for the arrows followers among the 1,200 fans but Byre broke the Bubble. She hit two buckets to put the warriors up 18-14 and into a Lead they never relinquished. By half time Joe Lockwood a defending state champions had a 16-Point Lead. Watertown a rebounding helped the arrows stay within Range through much of the first half. Watertown 14-8, out rebounded Washington by three in the first half. When the final Buzzer sounded Byres 20 rebounds helped the warriors to a 52-34 rebound Edge. Penny Hammrich led Watertown with 13 Points. Reserve Tami Mussetter added seven Points and seven rebounds. Washington shot 40 percent for the night and the arrows 33 percent. Byres 37 Points ties a tournament record for most Points in a tournament game also set by Holwerda. West Central 17-6, took an Early Lead and never trailed in defeating the broncs. Sue Rechtenbaugh scored 13 Points and Marcia Kistler 12 for the Trojan ettes who had a six Poirot half time Lead. West Central had a better shooting percentage 36 percent to 27 percent and held a hefty rebound advantage at 46-37. Rechtenbaugh snared to rebounds for the Trojan ettes while Jule Thurston had seven for Belle four Che. Lorn Riley dumped in 16 Points to Pace the broncs 18-4. Yankton beats Huron for third time this year full Speed ahead a Yankton Forward Connie Luurs 32 drives for the Basket in Friday nights semifinal game Between the Gazelles and Huron tigers. Defending is Shelly Wacker 21 of Huron. The Gazelles won the game 47-37 to Advance to the championship game. Plainsman photo by Erald Johnson plainsman sports editor rapid City a the Huron tigers conceded round three to the Yankton Gazelles but coach Kim Krull refuses to believe that the Gazelles Are a Superior team. A Yankton was a better Ball club than we were tonight but i can to help but believe that we re As Good As they Are a Krull said Friday night after the tigers suffered a 47-37 loss to the Gazelles in the semifinals of the state class a girls basketball tournament. Krull found Little to talk about in the loss. He had anticipated a win which would have avenged a pair of regular season losses to the Eastern South Dakota conference Champion but instead the tigers turned in their worst performance of the season. The 37 Points were the fewest scored by the tigers All season. The previous Low was 41 in a 5441 loss to . Of Gorman. A we came out tight and never loosened up a Krull said. A this was a heart breaker for us but there a one Good thing about it and that is we did no to Lay Down and play a Yankton played Good basketball. They re Well coached and Well Yankton raced off to an 184 Lead in the first Quarter and stretched the Lead to 15 at 28-13 at the half. Huron outscored the four time state champions in the second half pulling to within seven at 32-25 with a 15-foot jump shot from the by Sherri Olson. But the Gazelles came Back with seven straight Points to disassemble Huron a comeback bid. A we stopped standing around and started to play with some intensity in the second half a Krull said. Huron placed All five starters in double figures in thursdays 66-57 first round win Over Belle four Che but on Friday Lori Lodmel was the Only two digit scorer with to Points. Shelly Wacker was next in line with eight. Julie Ehret had 15 Points seven rebounds and Joan Kolda eight Points and five rebounds for Yankton. Neither team shot for High percentage with Huron making 13-39 from the Field for 33 percent and Yankton 18-51 for 35 percent. Huron had a 32-23 rebounding Edge getting 12 from Vyleen Hofer nine from Lodmel and eight from Olson. Both teams committed 24 turnovers with 17 of Huron a mistakes coming in the first half. Tribe madmen win three defense keys lady goes 1 Victory jacks Roll Over Minot state 96-67 Brookings . A Bob Winzenburg a 20 Points helped South Dakota state defeat Minot state 96-67 Friday night to improve the jackrabbits record to 6-2. John Brown and Tom Flanigan added 15 Points each for ads which led 56-34 at halftime. For Minot 1-5, Lance Freeman scored 25 Points and Kevin Hatfield 18. La he jackrabbits had a 58-38 rebound advantage As Mark Tetzlaff snared 12. Freeman had nine rebounds for Minot. Ads shot 53 percent from the Field to 36 percent for Minot. Warren Sparks a in by coyotes Vermillion . A South Dakota a coyotes picked up a 93-78 non conference basketball decision Over South Dakota tech Friday night behind the 22 Points and six steals of Don Warren. Bruce Bykowski added 20 Points and 16 rebounds for us 3-4. Barry Glanzer chipped in with 14 Points and six assists. John Magbuhat topped tech scorers with 23 Points. The har rockers Are 2-6. Us had a 48-43 rebound Edge. Each team shot 49 percent. Faulkton native gets naia Honor by the associated press Diane Burr of Valley City n.d., state has been named naia District 12 volleyball coach of the year. Burr a Faulkton ., native is in her first year As Valley City coach. Named to the All District 12 volleyball team were Dawn Schultz and Lori Vanhouten juniors from South Dakota Springfield Junior Charlene Griffin and senior Pat Janzen from Valley City state senior to Bierman of Northern state and Junior Michell Palmer of Mayville state. Enjoy More natural hearing with custom ear All in the car hearing Aid acoustic on Ost co. 312 Kansas . Pm. 332-5289 Springfield a Huron College won All three of their matches in a wrestling quadrangular held at the University of South Dakota Springfield Here saturday afternoon. Huron Defeated the North Dakota school of science 27-23, uses 34-15 and Southwest Minnesota a Junior varsity 43-10. Rudy Glur Stan Steffensen Rick Morkel and Gene Longden All went undefeated for the tribe. Mark Neises Dennis veal and Bret Johnson were 2-1. Glur Huron a 118-Pounder, pinned Terry Humphrey of the North Dakota school of science in 3 00 and Larry Barret of Southwest Minnesota in 3 20 and major decision i Arry Madden of uses 12-1. Steffenson the tribes 126-Pounder, pinned Troy Hindel of North Dakota school of science in 3 55 and Todd Caswell of uses in 1 15, while Morkel pinned Darin Dikan of North Dakota school of science in 3 40, major decision Dan Roth of uses 14-3 and decision Mark Krahling of Southwest Minnesota 9-7. Heavyweight Longden pinned Marlin Langen of North Dakota school of science in 1 45 and Dave House of Southwest Minnesota in 1 15. He also won his match against uses by forfeit. A Glur and Steffenson wrestled Well and Longden is just starting to get some Confidence a tribe head Mentor Vern Tate said. Tate commented on the tribes team Effort saying a we did not wrestle As Well As we did the first two time we wrestled. North Dakota school of science is the Best team we have wrestled but we did no to wrestle too serious. We did not look As Sharp but its three big wins and Well take the tribe gets Back into action wednesday night hosting Yankton College in a dual at the a a pit. Concordia ties Austin in playoff Sherman Texas a Gene Branum hit a ricocheted 57-Yard Field goal with a minute and 12 seconds to play As Austin College rallied for a 24-24 tie with Concordia Moorhead and a share of the naia division ii football championship saturday. Branumn a Field goal set a championship game record As the kangaroos 11-1-1, rallied from a 16-Point deficit for the tie. Quarterback 1,-Arry shillings had Cut the Gap to three Points when he found Clay Oliphint for a 6-Yard touchdown strike. Concordia led by Jim Kluge a 94 Yards Rushing a on a title game record 30 carries a and 128 Yards passing from quarterback Craig Samuelson had mounted a 24-14 Lead entering the final period. Austin College logged the Only score of the first period on a 14-Yard run by Van Hargis who finished with 69 Yards on la carries tops for the kangaroos. The cobbers 11-6-2, retaliated with 17 second Quarter Points. Samuelson found Joe gotta for a 34-Yard scoring strike and Klug thumped Over from i Yard out to go with Doug Berglands 29-Yard Field goal. Samuelson finished with eight completions in 16 tries for his 128 Yards in addition to Rushing for 46 Yards on four carries. Rory Dukes who led the kangaroos with 164 Yards on six receptions snared a deflected pass from shillings for a 31-Yard, second Quarter touchdown to pull the kangaroos with three at the half 17-14. Concordia built its biggest Lead of the game in the third Quarter when Mark Davies dived 2 Yards for a to. That set the stage for the shillings Oliphint connection and Branumn a Effort a personal Best which hit the crossbar and bounced through. By Erald Johnson plainsman sports editor rapid City a it was t artistic but it was a win and that a exactly what the Pierre lady goes were looking for. The lady goes played Superb defense and dominated the boards but their offence never got on track in a 41-36 win Over rapid City Central Friday afternoons Consolation semifinal in the 1981 class a girls basketball tournament. A a in a really pleased with our defense. Holding a team to 36 Points is an excellent Effort a Pierre coach Don Shields said. Shields however was not overjoyed with his teams performance. A i think we re trying to set a tournament record for turnovers a he joked. A we need 39 saturday for 165 and the against the Host cobblers the lady goes came up with 26 turnovers As the offence jammed in Low gear. But Pierre a defense along with some help from the cobblers saved the Day. Centrals Home floor Edge was not a Good As the cobblers hit on Only one Field goal out of 17 attempts in the first Quarter. Pierre also had trouble finding the bucket hitting on Only three of 15 in route to a 16-2 Lead at the Quarter Stop. Pierre slumped to 1-7 from the Field in the second Quarter but the cobblers a Hack and butchers defense repeatedly sent the lady goes to the free throw line where they cashed in 16 Charity tosses for a 22-12 Lead at the half. A 16-foot jumper by Karen Henrickson pulled the cobblers to within five at 27-22 late in the third Quarter but that was As close As they got. Pierre a Karen hasek quickly retaliated with a pair of baskets As the lady goes re established some breathing room. Hasek a 6-6 Sophomore Center and Jean Misterek a 6-6 Junior Forward Drew top reviews from rapid City Central coach Clyde Millslagle. A a in a sure like to have some big girls like the do. They just done to grow them like that out Here a Millslagle said. Hasek topped Pierre a scoring list with 14 Points and shared rebounding Hon ores with 5-7 Sophomore guard Brenda Schramm with six. Maserek had six steals and five blocked shots to her credit. Pierre hit on 12-37 Field goal attempts for 32 percent. They also owned a 32-22 rebounding Edge. Their 26 turnovers were five fewer than the cobblers 31. The cobblers who were 15-57 from the Field for 26 percent were led by Martha Klauck and Henrikson with 14 and 12 Points respectively. Ali loses comeback bid to Berbick by Hal Bock a sports writer Nassau Bahamas a the Odyssey of Muhammad Ali is Over ended once and for All on a brisk december night by Trevor Berbick who scored a unanimous 16-round decision that Wasny to very close. It is the end of an Era and the Climax came in a bizarre problem plagued promotion that nearly was called off Only a few hours before it was to Start. It ended with Ali stalked around the ring by Berbick absorbing a barrage of blows to his midsection each punch rippling the folds of flab that marked his body. It ended in a ring where the beginnings and ends of rounds were signalled by a Hammer clanging against a cow Bell because the promoters Hadnot bothered with details such As a Standard boxing Bell. It ended with the fans on their feet chanting a Ali Ali Ali a the Way they had in Malaysia and Manila in Zaire in Germany and elsewhere in the world in a variety of exotic Sites where Ali had spun his magic for More than two decades. But this time Ali could not respond to the Challenge. Now one month Short of his 46th birthday Ali admitted the adventure had reached its conclusion. There would be no More fights for this Man who wrote boxing history by winning the heavyweight championship three tines. A it is too late a he said softly after returning to a packed dressing room. A the legs wont do it. I beat father time but nobody Ever would he try once More he was asked. A never again. This was my last fight a absolutely. A for 14 months Ali had sat on the sidelines after being embarrassed by world boxing Council Champion Larry Holmes in october 1986. But he remained consumed by the desire to win the title once More. A four times heavyweight Champion a he would say Over and Over. It was like a narcotic driving the Man. He had to try and Berbick the Only Man to go the 15-round distance with Holmes in a title fight was picked As the opponent. The Winner would Challenge Mike Weaver for the world boxing association Crown. The dream lived on. St. Cloud edges Northern state St. Cloud Minn. A senior Center Joel Meyer scored 22 Points to Lead St. Cloud state to a 60-59 no conference basketball Victory Over Northern state of South Dakota Friday night. The winning Basket came with three seconds left on a Layup by Gary Douglas. Douglas Point total for the night was eight. Kevin King and Steve Vlk paced Northern state with 14 Points apiece. St. Cloud which led 32-27 at the half won its first game in six starts this season. Northern fell to 4-3. The promotion however almost died. There were financial problems that left it in doubt until just a few hours before fight time. The program was delayed and several preliminary bouts were cancelled. There was a comical almost amateurish approach with a mad scramble for basics such As gloves water buckets and a Bell. Eventually the pieces fell into place and the show went on in the Queen Elizabeth sports Centre on this Caribbean Island. In Early fights Eddie Mustafa Muhammad stopped Mike Harden Greg Page knocked out Scott Ledoux Thomas Hearns out pointed Ernie Singletary and Earnie shavers knocked out Jeff Sims. Ratings system used by naia by the associated press a ratings system will be used to determine the fourth team for the naia District 12 menus basketball playoffs this season. Champions of the South Dakota intercollegiate conference North Dakota collegiate athletic association and Frontier conference automatically qualify for the playoffs. The fourth playoff team will be determined by the Krause ratings system which takes into account won loss records records of opposing teams and Home or away games. Margin of Victory is not considered. In the past four Independent teams vied for the fourth playoff spot. The naia District 12 committee endorsed the playoff format change because one of the former independents Yankton College is now a member of the sic. The District 12 Champion advances to the National tournament. Stretching High a rapid City Central Forward Karen Henrickson 41 defends against Karen hasek of Pierre in the Consolation semifinal game Between the two teams Friday afternoon at rapid City. Pierre won the game 41-36. Plainsman photo Lions Romp Over hapless vibes Pontiac Mich. A Detroit quarterback Erie hippie passed for two touchdowns saturday As the Lions romped to a 45-7 National football league Victory Over the Minnesota Vikings keeping the Lions title Hopes alive while knocking Minnesota out of the playoff picture. Detroit improved its record to 8-7, a half game behind the Tampa Bay buccaneers 8-6, in the National conference Central division. The bucs which Host the san Diego chargers on sunday can wrap up the division title with one More Victory. But the Lions still could gain a wildcard playoff berth with a Triumph Over Tampa Bay when the two teams meet in the Silver dome next sunday. The Vikings entered the game in a three Way tie at 7-7 with Detroit and the Green Bay packers now Are 7-8 with a game remaining next sunday with the Kansas City chiefs. Hippie who completed 13 of 21 passes for 188 Yards tossed a 7-Yard touchdown pass to Freddie Scott with 1 54 remaining in the second Quarter and 85 seconds later tossed a 16-Yard to strike to Leonard Thompson which gave Detroit a 31-7 halftime Lead. Billy Sims scored on a twisting 14-Yard run and Robbie Martin returned a punt 45 Yards As the Lions zipped to a 14-6 Lead in the first Quarter. Minnesota quarterback Tommy Kramer threw a 3-Yard scoring pass to Joe sensor on the third play of the second Quarter closing the margin to 14-7, but it was All Detroit after that in the nationally televised game before a crowd of 79,428 in the Silver dome. Detroit placekicker Eddie Murray kicked a 26-Yard Field goal in the second period and Thompson scored on a 1-Yard run in the third Quarter Gary Danielson passed 27 Yards to Tracy Porter for the Lions last touchdown with 6 14 remaining in the game. Him 1w4 Lay Sari Flanagan Complete insurance service liability a property a Lite a health a special risks Bonos. Mutual funds a variable annuities professional guidance for your financial Independence 24 hour Telephone 352-3512 Agency on 2nd fir. Fam Bank bldg. Huron v n i fac in Nuwt appointments w warriors in class a semifinals Friday Huron daily plainsman

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