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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Another long weekend for Pronghorn clubs COUGARS COME THROUGH IN FINAL Catholic Cen ral Cougors AAiddlc row' left to right, Mike Slavich coach) Calvin Poirier, Andy bourcVrf ihC host LH Rams 68-50 Saturday c-ening lo win ,o annuol Beaudin, Clair Forestall, Bohden Mychas.uk, Peter Sikora and Dean Dahl irT vftaanal ba The' champs" arc, front row, lef, Back row, left to right, Kelly Pau Kenwood, 10 right Dennis HXdychuk, John Dudas, Lyl9 Gallant and Randy Royer, Bohden Roman.uk, Lynn lemane and Michael Fulara Host LCI Rains settle for second Cougars emerge with spoils at 1C! i.l.nvii VAMV.lSHl open brand of basketball whi.-h 1 while Bryce Tlmmson and of plav, a 33-point. effort by Stev- n-nltl snort's Writer iad Ihr; packed Imuse in m up- Andreachuk chipped in with .1! rnar l.hrouehnil ihp minors anr to points 22-10. Iiad a gave the Warriors a 63-46 victory over the .Sheldon Wil- 1 Clans viMls Catholic i 0[ a first-year for tho Comets Spartans from "Regina. fVnt.ra! twice." The Cougars had tho came up with an puiut.s while Rick Browns earned a slim 64-62 The Catholic Central Cougars as thpv shot. 4fi ner game on defence, in and Doug West over Edmonton Ross-Shep- received tlwir second big pres-eit from the jelly [at man tho field and 60 per cent from the foul a thorn in the Cougars' Vosen led Kremlin with 22 while Brad Lee aided the LCI Rams sunk the Raymond Comets 57-43, and the the red suit, this Gallant led the Raymond Comets Central Cougars nip- Saturdav night the with a 24-point tire third place the consolation event, Kremlin 61-47. bounced the LCI Rams while Calvin Poirier past the St. Francis the Rams Comets en- and carted home the fifth with IS lampion Kremlin K-G a 29-22 half-time Richard Andreachuk nual U'lhhridge Collegiate was also tops in dropped Calgary 27 points for the host s.itute Invitational department pick Cornels look an early Warriors and Bryce Thomson added Tournament championship M while Peter Sikora a quarter load and held on i Al Ripplinger was before a standing a n d v Rover managed a 35-28 lead at half-timo. swishing 30 points for Smith replied for the They continued to dominate! Browns while Clark with 21. Ii's been a most Maxwell was top p the Ihird quarter but for the Sikora picked up vear for roach Hecm Pahl Ihe Rams hooping 13 their lead in the final ether games played and Poirier 12 in the the Concurs added this title win over Kren: 1 i n thei'- Southern Alberta bakery, Cwnels Brad Lee hit for 13 in a Boy.' fooilwll leiigiic title cause. c; riior in the ._ n LCI picked up the most really plcawd ak.'jt 1 n 1-KO 0 after the two-day af- way things have he-en going P P S H n d M P 0 D ra rfa ft i vt capturing the G. C. Paler- far this Js-J-Jl. iUJLrlC' finalist trophy, Ihe DTP "The bnvs put out a 100 pel-cent effort, during the football season and I hope they'll do the same fur added If the two-day tourney' wa.s any indication, the Cougars will he cut en the floor giving il all they've L'ot this season. In Ihcii" bid for Uic championship title. Uic C o u c a r s trailed their opponents at one point in o.-ich of their [cams picked up tlicir ciinci Wwnor Schrnicgelt's "15 second straight Southwest Bov's joint performance. Andrews of McW, 19 Claris. Stirling Lakers and the. nivpr Comets earned vie- i Brot.he.-s Doug and Ken N'a-tories Salurdav nichl and share torna rimmed It and 10 points fir.-t place with records. respectively in a losing cause. The Cads defeated Ihe Pic- The Comets had Ihe toughest lure Huttc Sugar Kings ime in gaining a victory past the Tabcr W. R. Myers Trotters 64-02. Shane Jaffrcy swished Ifi points and Randy Evers 15 for the Comets while Larry Astoks and Bill Anderson managed" 18 and 17 points in a losing cause. In another bov's encounter, the Fort Macleod F.P Walshc trcunccd Uic Vauxhall Vikings fiG-27. Jim Van Wyck was outstanding for Fort Maclecd dunking D.S.A'. Kyle team sportsmanship trophy and the Kimura's Spelling Goods cheer-leading trophy. The champion CCHS Cougars Darned the LCI championship trophy along with individual trophies donated by Canada Packers. The Northern Bus Lines third place trophy went to the Raymond Comets while the Eleanor Whitelau- Memorial trophy went to the St. Francis Browns En rani: to victory t ii cy j Tm o "B winning the consolation. droppcrl Edmonton Kos.s Shep-ard 5fM9 in the tourney opener r a i 1 i ng 27-25 at half-time. They c d g c d the defending champion Kremlin K-G Cougars fil-57 in the .semi-final, having a five-point deficit after two quarters of play and then defeated the best Ranis in the final, 'flic championship title eluded Uie Rams for the third time since the tourney originated five years ago. It "looked as though this was the year for the Ranis as they were off to quick start in the charnpicnship final, racking up a 9-0 lead three minutes after Ihe opening toss-up. It. seemed as though the Cougars had finally met their match in the two day tourney, but like true champions they managed lo take There were three hard-fought games staged in the Bantam "E'( League over the weekend. The Munarchs edged the the shutout She Seals 1-0 with the aid of Stove Mickie's first period marker and the Eagles dropped the Blades 5-3-D.'ircy Kanev.'i.scher, T o m Knight, Dave Miskulin and Carey Kamitorr.o scored a poa. each for the while Mylcs Uily, Boh Schlegl and Kevin Hunt replied for (he Cougars. Cameron tallied two markers for the Eagle.s in their win over the Blades while Don H i g a, Pete Daniclson and Lome and Chris Sparrow each scored tw ce giving the Canucks an easy 8-1 win over the Flyers. David Stiason and Micheal Craig chipped in with solo markers while Bcb Ilusch managed the lone Flyers score. In an exhibition Bantam "B" contest played in Taber, the jCthbridgc Bnrins edged the Taber Reps 5-4. 'Alike Goluck paced the Bruins with two goals while Doug Berger, Handy Ramapage and Brian Wright scored singletons. Wright, also chipped in with three assists. Randy Hart led Taber scoring twice while Barry Bounoiti and Rudy Kliener correction of a mistake in Sa! urday edition Milk R i ver defeated Picture Butte Three games were played in "C'' Boy's action with Coaldale dropping Picture B u 1 1 c 30-23, Stirling defeated Winston Churchill -16-34 and Taber blasted Milk River fiO-16. Four games were staged in Southwest Girl's Basketball League action which included one doubleheader. The Fort Macleod Meteors travelled to Vauxhall and picked up four points scoring 26-24 am 34-30 victories in a scheduled doubleheader. .fancy Schwuidl paced the Meteors in both games sinking 11 points in the first, encounter and 14 in ths second. Bev Wiest hooped sp.vcn points in the first game to Kremlin Cougars didn't go home empty-handed as Brad Lcc carted away UK? George McKillop Rotary player sportsmanship trophy. LINEUPS HENRY WISEWOOD 63 SHELDON WILLIAMS 4i Henry Wisewood Stevens 33, Bau-mnn. Gibbon-, Johnson 9, Scolt Shaw Don B, Shnw Dave A, Cook, Irwin, Pniliips J, Hagarman 3, Thompson. Total 63 Sheldon Williams Baroolo', Brod-rttk 2, Campbell 7, Brodrick 7, Pol-zor 6, Jacoby, Park 15, Roqne, Huber, Phillips 6, White 3. Tolal 46 ST. FRANCIS BROWNS 64 ROSS SHEPPARD 6! 51. Francis Hamel 20. Takacs 7, O'Brien, Ripplinqer 25, Barbaro, Barbaro 1, BlasellJ 11, McLafferly. Tolal 64 Ross Shcppard Byinqlon, Mancini S, AAance 2, Jensen, Melnychuk 6, May, Fairbanks 25, Wilcox 5, Panfeluk 19, Morion. Total 62. CATHOLIC CENTRAL 61 KREMLIN 57 the lead wilh seven seconds left in tire first singles. In Pee Wee action Robbie The ACT Bantam Reps club while Heather Jacnbson managed seven in Central Gallant 9, My-chasiuk -1, Lemane, Sikora Beau-din, Poirier 12, Romaniuk, Forestall The Cougars came out tougher than ever in the second sec red a in the second period and gave the to Austin and downed their midget clua over the The Winston Churchill Kenwood, Royer 6, Dudas A, Hyriy-chuk in Tolal <1 Kremlin Toner, Wil- Hiilding up a lend 1-0 victory over the came home losers as n, Gonike 5, Curfman 5. Pollmq- eight minutes of play. Both clubs played a another Pec Wee encounter Allan Gepneris, Grant Maelxmen paced the Reps with a four-goal performance while Brant Marchuk a 32-2-t Joss to St. Marys'. Lois Pcard rimmed Uos-n 13. Rambo, PolMnnton, ReinrAviki, LOR IS, McCorniick. Total S? LCI 57 in with a for tho winners 4, Olsnn 3, Stconri, Marehnck and Randy Watmough with two Roals apiece while Greg Schandor notched 11 in a losing cause. Karen Schir.ilt flipper] in K i r c h n c r, Haslam J, Stuhhs, Andreachuk '7. Shack lef nrtl, 57 Boychuk, Ron Moscr and Phyllis Fallow 12 Smith 31, Haider, Baldry added gave the Tabcr R, 1, Hirsche, Court ZobGil U, Stnnn 5, Hill. Total 43. ALL Jensen replied twice Dawns a solid 52-17 FRANCIS 41 istin while Gary Lamb Milk WISEWOOD 51 You can still gel first clnss Bracha slapped in s o 1 Stringham hooped Francis HamH 1. Takaci 7, O'Brnin Rlpplinccr 30, A. Barbaro, for your [points for Milk Barbaro 11, Blaselti, McClaffcrly. Tolal 61 WE OFFER Wlsewood Slcvf-n.'. w, Rau-man .1, Gibbons, Jonnson 2, Scott M, 10 years mechanical Phillips 1, Hagrrmfln 1. ft A years oxpcrienco on 0 Specialization tools and Original Volvo EXPORT KREMLIN 61 t I r f, .M-iuHcwi-7, Hiivhr, Competont, eourtcoui lower (jfwwf-j Lnochrcfscn It. C-onikc, Wiknti 1. Curlnifin 1. rillinq 10. PrinDw.ki, Vo'.fn 11, D v Your Complete Car Care Mr.formlck, l.V Tot.ll 61 CATHOLIC CENTRAL (9 GAS -OIL -SERVICE -o- IF 50 Crilholic Ccnlral Gnllanl Lrmnno, Sikora 9, ncaudln. ECONO REGULAR AND Ifi, Roinnniuk, For'-slfill 3, Kcnwonrf, Royer 5, fi, llyclycliuk 4. Total AS t.CI Maxwrll 13, Olson, Mrrtng 2, 1703 3rd Avcv S. rlionn Knv.lvor, H .1 I n rn -1, Anffrf-w, J, KOI Ih Iliotn'.iJii lii Day, Tolal M 30. _ University of Lelh bridge Proiighorns battled their way I hrwigh anot long weekend in Western Cnnada IntevcolleRi- aie Basketball League action. The locals, with only one win io their credit in six starts lost the seventh game of the season Saturday evening in Edmonton. Boh Morrison found his way through Pronghorns defence to score 2H points to pace the host University of Alberta Gol- den Bears to a convincing 99-05 triumph. Friday night the Bears belted the locals 9fr65. Meanwhile, the gals took il on the chin along with their male counterparts. Minnie Van Dieren cajuied 23 points but tire rest of her team- mates couldn't get untracked they dropped a 63-33 verdict to Ui3-U of A Pandas. It was a reversal of form for the Pandas after losing to U of L 44-33 Friday evening. Tn the men's game the Bears led 44-30 at half time as Mike Frisby chipped in wilh 18 points while Tom Solyom added 17. Doug McKay paced the Pronghorns wilh 17 points. Don Hamilton and Doug Kempt each managed 14. Marge Hawkey was top scor- er for the better-balanced Pan- das as she scored 13. Wendy Martin added 12. It seemed as though someone had suddenly ignited a rocket in Bill Lacy's pants Saturday night. The six-foot-four guard had scored just three points for Uni- versity of Saskatchewan Hus- kies in the first 10 minutes when he suddenly caught fire. He hooped II points in the last 10 minutes of the first half and scored 24 more in the last half as the Huskies defeated Brandon University 87-81. Kick Macey scored 19 points to lead University of Winnipeg Wesmen to a 77-75 overtime vic- over University of Saskat- chewan Cougars. The Saskatoon victory was Kodiaks triumph easily you're lioi, you're hoi." Southern Alberta Institute at Technology cut of Calgary have their troubles when they langle with the Lelhbridge Community College Kodiaks. For the third time this season the Kodiaks belted the Trojans in exhibition basketball play. Saturday, the Kodiaks travel- led to Calgary and came away with a 97-82 victory due greatly to the talents of Gary Williams. Kcdiaks, who led at half time, got 32 big points from Williams as well as seven re- bounds. Williams, who started off like a house afire, scored 22 of liis points in the first half. A-lec Dudas, who had 20 points for the winners, was strong in the second half of play as he notched Curt Wolsey added another 21 points to the Kodiaks' cause. Gil Wosnack managed lo grab 15 rebounds in a strong effort. All told the Kodiaks picked off rebounds while losing the ball on 15 occasions. They hit for a 411 percent average from the field. Williams was good on 78 per cent of his shots canning 16 of the 21 he tried. Kodiaks next game will be this Saturday when they host Saskatchewan Technical Insti- tute of Moose Jaw in an eight o'clock encounter at the Com- munity College gym. Reds make player deal CINCINNATI (API Cincin- nati Ticds, who pulled off one of the major trades of the winter last week, sent right-handed pitcher Mill Wilcox to Cleve and Indians today for outfielder Ted Uhlaemler. The deal was announced by general managers Robert llowsam of Cincinnati and Gabe Paul of Cleveland. Wilcox, 21, posted a 2-2 record and 3.35 earned run average in innings with the Hcds last lie Ind an 8-.ri record while spending part of the sea- son at Cincinnati's Tndkmapolis farm club. Uhlacndcr, who broke into the majors in 1965 with Minnesota, finished 10th in the American e ast year with a .2ttR av- erage. Uhlacndcr, .12, is a lefl- hnndnl bailor. Tim Hods and Houston com- bined in an eight-player trade last Monday when Cincinnati dealt powci' WUJnj! Leo May. the Huskies third straight after loss in their season opener. They had needed Lacy's second- half' outburst to erase a 4037 half-time lead by Brandon as they saddled the Bobcats with their fifth loss against one win. Jerry llcmmincs led the Bob- cats wilh points. The Golden Bears' home lown was their fourth in six starts' and Ihc defeat lefl Leth- bridge with six losses and one win. Taber wins TI-6 Elks beaten Taber Palace Pals skated an ll-fi victory over Lclhbridge Elks Sunday in Southern Alber- ta Juvenile Hockey League ac- tion. Dave Litchfield and Owen Cleland paced the Pats to vie- tory a crowd of 250 fans in Taber with three goals each while Tom O'Donnell added two. Singletons went to Tom Yates, Richard Ferguson and Kevin Knibbs. Bernie Syrenne led the Elks with a pair of goals while Kim McNaughton, Joe Meli, Terry Roberts and Guy Pomohac added singletons. It was a rough encounter with 22 penalties called. Elk coach Don McLean was eject- ed from the game in the third period after a verbal tangle with referee Dick The Pats took a 5-0 lead at the end of the first period and extended it to fi-0 early in the second frame before the Elks battled back to narrow the count to 6-5. Elks failed to tie Uie score with Taber notching three straight goals in the third pe- riod to put the game on ice. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE New York Boston Montreal Detroit Vancouver Buffalo WE Minnesota Chicago Pittsburgh St. Louis California Philadelphia Los Angeles LEADERS Esposito, Bos Ratclle, NY Hadtiold, NY Orr, Eos Gilbert, MY lUtt. 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