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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, December 16, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 11 GLENSCHULER Kodiaks trounce Big Bend 103-74 Tne Lethbndge Community College Kodiaks took their show to Magrath Saturday night and whipped Big Bend College Vikings from Moses Lake, Washington 103-74 The Magrath high school gym was nearly filled to capacity, both for the Kodiak game and two Magrath high school contests played prior to the start of the Kodiak Big Bend meeting Coach Ben Brooks of the Kodiaks was really pleased v.ith his club and had trouble singling out one or two members for praise 'We played real well I'm sure these victories over Big Ben are an indication of the potential our ball club has It was a solid team effort all the way The boys helped each other out all night he said Friday night the Kodiaks had defeated the Washington team 96-73 at the LCI in Lethbndge Once again our defence was superb They couldn't get inside at all, coach Brooks said Of particular pleasure to the coach was the play of Glen Schuler "Glen has been playing strong defensively for us for quite some time now, but Saturday he put it all together He came into his own He was playing like he did last March It was nice to see him flying two ways again Schuler had 17 points for the Kodiaks and he, Dave Preus, Greg Hess and Wayne Anderson were a tower of strength under the boards Mess, was the leading scorer for the LCC club with 18, followed by Schuler and Wendell Gaboon with 17 Five Kodiaks hit the double figure range and only one of the boys failed to score at all Dave Preus had 15 points and John Jasiukiewicz hooped 10 "John was hitting with his outside shooting Brooks said "Besides that he was playing aggressive defence and ended up fouling out, a rare thing for Johnny Jasiukiewicz summed up the whole game saying we controlled the boards at both ends Our big guys never let them see the Dall at all Kevin Krebs had 21 points for Big Bend to lead them for the second night in a row The Kodiaks feel their game is taking shape, ,ffensiveh and defensively, and they are taking dead aim on repeating as Alberta and Four West champions again this year The incentive is there ior the boys this year coach Brooks stated If we can repeat again we have a chance to go to the Canadian college championships, a first for ollege basketball in this country Golden Sons lose twice The Taber Golden Suns couldn t put it together over the weekend and dropped a pair ot Junior Hockey League 1 onv Curne rifled four goals Saturday night to pace the Spruce Grove Mets to an 8 5 victory over the Suns Kelly Bunn added two goals (or Ac wnners and Vince and Barry Brown rounded out the- attack Don Renner scored four times for Taber and Randv Joevanazzo connected once Pabei had a 2-1 advantage at upended the LCI Colts 35-33 Flyers led 22 12 at half time and had to hang on to hold back the surging Colts Dominak Santangielo hao 12 for tne vvinners while Jeff Peterson was tops for the Colts with 14 In a game played at Cardston the Cardston Cougars mauled the Winston Churchill Bulldogs 68-39 Leading 30-20 at the half, the Cougars poured it on in the second stanza to run up the 29 point win Rod Beazer accounted for 18 of the Cougar points ana Walter added 12 more Perry Mirkovich fired home 17 points in a losing cause The Cardston Junior Wildcats defeated the Churchill Mastiffs 57-46 to give the Cardston teams a sweep of the Saturday games Eric Brooks had 16 points tor Cardston and Brian Seleski had 14 for the Mastiffs Raymond Comets travelled to Magrath and upended the homestandmg Zeniths 55-50 in an exciting contest Ted Havnes fired home 12 points to lead Magrath while Jeff Hill was top man for the winning Raymond club with 20 big points In the junior game Magrath Eagles defeated Raymond Mustangs 60-51 Magrath held a narrow one point lead at half time, 34-33 Elks defeat Brooks 10-8 Lethbndge Midget Elks defeated Brooks 10-8 in a free wheeling Southern Alberta Juvenile Hockey League game Friday at Brooks Jerry Lypka and Leroy Pavan both scored twice for the Elks while singletons went to Dave Snopeck, Randy Syrenne, Duane Lundrum, Don Higa, Scott Jarvie and Keith Miyishiro Byron Smith picked up a hat trick for the losers Allen Saunders, Darcy Duthie, George Miyashiro, Mark McLean, and Gordon Fowler were the qther Brooks marksmen Lethbridge Warriors bombed the Brooks Lutes Timbers 13-1 at Henderson Sunday Richard Low and Greg Lewis both picked up a hat trick for the winners while Cam McLennan Bill Zarooben Ken Bond, Ron Moser, Brian Malako Michael Dumont and Bob Qumell had single goals Byron Smith accounted for both Brooks goals GIFT BICYCLES BIG SELECTION PRICED FOR GIFTING A PERFECT GIFT FOR ANYONE IN THE FAMILY! Over 500 Bikes in Stock Standards, 3-5-10 speeds ALL CCM BIKES AT 1973 PRICES Bert Macs Cycle Ltd. 913-3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 ;