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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD Monday, February 10, 1975 NO ONE WAS GUARDING THE BROOKS GOAL Two more easy wins Native Sons still rolling along By CLARKE HUNTER Herald Sporls Writer Very simply, it was a typical Lethbridge Native Sons' hockey game. All season long, the Native Sons have found the third period a good time to explode and put games out of reach in the Central Alberta Junior B Hockey League, and Saturday night was no exception. The locals tool! a 2-0 lead into the final 20 minutes against Brooks Lakeside Spurs at Henderson Ice Centre Saturday night, but went to the showers with an 8-2 win under their belts. Following the Saturday win, the Sons travelled to Fort Macleod Sunday, and picked up their 27th regular season win against just two losses with a 13-2 romp over the Centennial Rookies. The Sunday game was- a rescheduled contest of a game postponed in December due to the Alberta playoffs for the Canada Winter Games. Terry Roberts had an out- standing weekend for the Native Sons, picking up three goals and two assists in each game. The hard-working redhead was selected as the first star in Saturday's contest against Brooks. The locals had to rely on the steady play of young Gary Clark in the nets' throughout the first two periods Saturday as the usually potent Sons' at- tack was lagging. Greg Kveder directed Gino Guzzi's shot from the point into the net early in the first period, and Albert Dumont picked the far corner from his wrong wing midway through the frame to give the Sons a 2- 0 lead, but the locals did not score again until the mark of the third period. "It was not one of our better games, particularly in the first two com- mented assistant coach Jerry LeGrandeur, standing in for Howie Yanosik. ''But luckily, Gary Clark held us in there until we got going." "I'think the kids are looking ahead to the Winter Games, that is why it takes them awhile to get their minds on the game they are playing." Throughout most of the first two periods, the Sons' passes were sloppy, and they just couldn't finish off their plays against the much-bigger Brooks club. However, Dennis Halt sent Reg Osmond away with a pretty pass, and the left- winger got past the one remaining defenceman beautifully to send the locals on way in the third period. Roberts scored all three of his goals in the remaining minutes, while .Greg Kveder picked up his second goal, and Mark Scheibner added another. Dan Corbiell and Tom Ellis were the only Brooks marksmen to beat Clark. The Native Sons outshot Brooks 36-27 and took eight of thirteen minor penalties as well as the game's only mis- conduct. Roberts was the obvious choice as the game's first star, while Mark Scheibner was the second star and Brooks' Tom Ellis was selected third. In Fort Macleod, the Sons skated to period leads of 4-2 and 8-2 in a penalty filled contest which was called with two minutes remaining when Fort Macleod had no more players to send to the sin bin. Following Roberts in the Sons' attack were Ron Sim- mons and Glen Scheibner, who scored twice each. Singles came off the sticks of Gino Guzzi, Reg Osmond, Jqe Meli, Dennis Halt, Dwayne Howell, and Mark Scheibner. The Native Sons have two more CAJHL contests before entering the Canada Winter Games, one of them a regular- ly scheduled game, and the other a rescheduled encounter from earlier in the season. The Sons will be in Vulcan Wednesday, and travel to Redcliff Friday. They see their first action in the Games Sunday in Pincher Creek when they take on Manitoba. ICE CHIPS Coach Yanosik was in Red Deer for a meeting Saturday, but rejoin- ed the club Sunday in Fort Macleod one player who has really come along this season is Greg Kveder the young right-winger is a tireless worker in the corners, and sets up his linemates as well as anybody .Dennis Halt turned in another stellar performance on the blueline Saturday Roberts just never quits... he was stopped on a pair of breakaways Satur- day before coming back for the hat trick Chester Labelle was awarded a penal- ty shot for Brooks late in the game, but Clark proved equal to the task he stood his ground, waited for Labelle to make the first move, and then stopped him cold. Lundbreck Sabres win in upset, Picture Butte alone in first Lundbreck's Livingston High School won one and lost one in the Far West League's championship tournament in Nobleford Saturday. The Lundbreck Sabres, who finished fourth place in the regular season, were the Cinderella team of the tour- nament, as they first downed Nobleford in a semi final, and then dumped regular season champion St. Michael's Dragons 66 53 in the final game. However, their female counterparts, the Sabrettes had no such tricks up their sleeves. They finished second in the regular season, and they lost out 58 31 to the Nobleford Bladettes, who completed an undefeated year. Al Michaelsky led the Sabres with 21 points while Ted Bonartz was the game's high scorer with 23 for St. Mike's. In the girls' championship, Carolyn Sjogren paced the Nobleford attack with 25 points while Geraldine Price replied with 12 for Lundbreck. In Southwest Conference regular season play, Picture Butte Sugar Kings found themselves all alone in first place in the varsity boys' divi- sion after Saturday's action. The Sugar Kings travelled to Taber and came home with a 58 50 triumph over W. R. Myers Trotters, but Fort Macleod Flyers were upset 46 31 on their home court by Kate Andrews Gaels. The win boosted Picture Suite's record to 11 -1 while Fort Macleod dropped back to 10 2. Murray Hughes had 23 points and Terry Hanna added 17 for the Sugar Kings, who led just 32-30 at the half. Tim Jesperson paced the Trotter attack with 14 points while Harry Beckering chipped in with 12. In Fort Macleod, Kate Andrews built up a 20 -16 lead by half time before exploding in the second half. George Low hooped 17 points and Mike Girbav added 13 for the winners. Blaine Barr managed nine points for the Flyers. Pantera at Heoi.i.eoe MeiiCtJItY Now Through February 15th Dan Lyon ousted BANFF, Alta. (CP) Robin Herrman of Medicine Hat defeated Glen Schmaltz of St. Francis High School in Calgary 9 3 to win the B event in the Southern Alberta Schoolboys Curling Cham- pionship Sunday. Herrman Rink joins A event winner Paul Gowsell in ad- vancing to the provincial championship in Calgary February 21. Gowsell, from William Aberhart High School, Calgary, beat Dan Lyon of Lethbridge 8 4 in the A final Saturday. Elsewhere, Claresholm Cobras rebounded from a 27 21 halftime deficit to edge Stirling Lakers 56-51. Doug Anderson paced the Cobras with 20 points while Eric Peterson added 12. Stephen Hill was tops for Stirling with 17 points. Ross Tolley notched 16 points and Gord Ellert chipped in with 14 as Milk River Comets dumped Vaux- hall Vikings 44 36 in another contest Saturday. Brent Golbie had 12 points and Ben Janz 11 for the Vikingsrwho trailed 20 -16 at the half. In junior varsity action, Kate Andrews Wildcats out scored Fort Macleod Ansons 9 2 in an overtime period for a 41' 34 win. Other games saw W. R. Myers downing Picture Butte Bears 43 33 and Stirling thumping Claresholm 64 37. 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