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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LIIHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, January 10, 197J Locals best Taber in Picture Butte final Bulldogs surprise, capture tourney honors By LLOYD YAMAGISHI Hcralil Sports Writer Odd-makers can bo wrong." The Winston Churchill Bull- dogs proved that odd-makers can be wrong on occasions as they captured the second an- nual Southwest Basketball Con- ference tournament champion- ship in Picture Butlc over the weekend. The Bulldogs, who were listed as the under-dogs in every game they played .in during Clipper Queens capture top spot The rookie laden LCI Clipper Queens swept three games to capture the second annual Southwest Girl's Bas- ketball Conference tournament in Taber over the weekend. Three teams from Leth- bridge, along with other teams from Grassy Lake and Vans- hall joined the Taber W. R. in the two-day single- knockout event. The Clipper Queens opened their strong bid for the title by trouncing Grassy Lake 61-31 SEMI-FINAL ACTION Jack Chymboryk of Winston Churchill Bulldogs (11) and Brent Hergor of Stirling Lakers battle for rebound in semi-final action of Southwest hoop lourney. Bulldogs swept past Stirling and then downed Tober in the final. Wins Masters event Northcott turns trick CALGARY (CP) Three- time world champion Ron Northcott of Calgary won his first Masters curling champion- ship Sunday night with an 8-6 victory over Bruce Stewart of Calgary. Norlhcoll cracked a four in the second end and remained in control throughout the game. Zeniths, Comets finish near top CALGARY (Special) Win- nipeg Dakota Lancers jumped to a 19-7 first-quarter lead and defeated the host St. Francis Browns 57-44 to win the second annual St. Francis Invitational High School basketball tourna-n ment Saturday night. Dakota defeated Regina's Central Collegiate Gophers 56- 32 in the semi-final alter beat- ing Raymond Comets 52-42 in the opening draw. St. Francis advanced to the final by beating Magrath, Alia., Zeniths 63-50 in their semi-final game after beating Edmonton's Lazerte Voyageurs 53-42 in their opening game. Magrath defeated Centra] 43- 39 to claim third place and Ray- mond dropped Lazerte 58-46 to win the consolation event and fourth place over-all in the eight-team event. Bob Montsion fired 17 points to lead Die Lancers n the final game. He was also voted the most valuable player of the tournament. Al Ripplinger counted 13 for St. Francis. Curling with Northcott were third Gary Tronnes, second John Cottam. and lead Fred Storey. The champion rink won four snowmobiles while Stewart's received cash. Third prize of went io Harold Worth of Saskatoon, an 8-5 win- ner over Bob Pickering of Mile- stone, Sask. in the consolation final. The Pickering rink oper- ated without their skip, who injured his knee earlier in the competition, and Garnet Camp- bell handled the skipping chores. In the tournament of Roses women's competition, Al- berta champion Kay Berreth of Calgary collected top money with a 12-4 victory over Rowena Forsyth of Calgary. With Berreth were third Jean Davidson, second Ev Robertson and lead Jean Hugh. Forsyth won while Bea Mayer of Calgary won third prize following a 12-5 con- solation final win over Kay Baldwin of Edmonton. The Baldwin rink, defending Alberta champions, won Ingarfield named coach REGINA (CP) Saskatoon Blades placed five members on the eastern division team thai will play In the Western Canada Hockey League all- star game in Vancouver Jan. 19. Regina Pats placed coach Earl Ingarfield and four other players on the team, Brandon Wheat Kings placed four, and Winnipeg Jets, Flin Flon Bombers and Swift Current Broncos each placed two. The team, announced Sun- day: GOAL Germ'e Germaine, Regina, Dave McClelland, Brandon. DEFENCE Bialowas, Regina, Larry Bolon- chuk, Winnipeg, Lawrence Sacharuk, Saskatoon, Dwayne Penlland, Brandon, Gordon Engele, Swift Current, Pat Price, Saskatoon. CENTRE Dennis Sobdiuk, Regina, Ron Chipperfield, Brandon, Robbie Neale, Brandon, Tom Finder, Saskatoon. .LEFT WING Scott Smith, Regina, Dave Snardlow, Flin Flon, Brent Leavins; Swift Current, Doug Ma n c h a k, Saskatoon. KrOIlT Stoughton, Flin Flon, Murray Myers, Saska- toon, Brian Dick, Winnipeg. COACH Earl Ingarfield, Re- gina. South All-Stars bounce north MOBILE, Ala. (AP) Heis- man Trophy winner Pat Sulli- van of Auburn hurled two touch- down passes and John Heaves of Florida one Saturday as the South All-Stars trimmed the North 26-21 in the Senior Bowl college football game. Sullivan was voted the game's outstanding player. Friday night behind Debbie Bor- zel's 19 point performance. Sian Smith added 12 points while Jerry Knibbs managed 11 for Grassy Lake. Saturday, the Clipper Queens rolled to a 51-33 victory over the Catholic Central Kittens in the semi-final and then blasted the Winston Churchill Griffins 47-17 in the championship final. Val Orr hooped 15 poinls in the Clipper Queens win over the Kittens while Sandra Knight aided with 13. Nancy Bice notched 10 points in a losing cause. In the championship final, the Griffins couldn't cope with the Clipper Queens' man-to- man defense to suffer the set- back. Last weekend, the Griffins had beaten the L.C.I, squad 37- 35, but the story was a little different Saturday night. The Clipper Queens picked up a 11-5 lead after the first quar- ter and increased it to 20-12 at the end of the second. Both clubs managed seven points in the third eight-minute period, but the Clipper Queens put the game out of reach in the final quarter, out-scoring the Griffins 20-2. Knight and Orr of the Clip- per Queens earned all-star rat- ings for their weekend- perfor- mances while Pat Schandor of Winston Churchill, Betty Corns of Grassy Lake and Heather McKay of Catholic Central were also recognized, The Clipper Queens will get a chance to win their second straight tourney title as they travel to the Medicine Hat In- vitational b a s k e t ball tour- nament this coming weekend. Minor hockey Brian Kanewischer rifled in four big goals to pace the Sab- res to a 4-1 victory over the Flyers in Pee Wee play over the weekend. Kanewischer tallied once In the second period and fired a hat-trick in the final period to lead the Sabres while Roy Hood averted the shutout with the lone Flyers goal. Troy Dickson picked up his third shutout of the season while three players slapped in two goals each in the Vikings 6-0 win over the Bisons. Boyd Cave, Duane Ptycia and Ken McKeen scored two goals apiece in the Vikings easy vic- tory over the Bisons. tho weekend, used a Icnacl-t ous defense and a prolific of- fense to earn the championship title. It took the Bulldogs three gomes to win the coveted title and they did it by doing just what the odd-makers figured they wouldn't do. The Bulldogs, who sport a 2-2 record in league play for a fifth place position, knocked-off the fourth place Coaldale Gaels, the Stirling Lakers, co-leaders of the league at this point and Hie third place Taber W. R. Myers. In the tourney opener Fri- day, the Bulldogs eliminated the Gaels from further action in the two-day single-knockout event with a stunning 61-41 vic- tory. They continued their surge to the top bouncing the Lakers 51- 40 in the semi-finals Saturday afternoon and then wrapped it all up by smothering Taber W. R. Myers Trotters 62-45 in the championship final in the eve- ning. In the championship- final, the Bulldogs took over com- mand right from the opening whistle and racked up a solid 13-2 lead after the first quarter. The Trotters came to life in the second quarter, but only managed to cut the deficit by two points. Trailing 27-18 at half-time, the Trotters found themselves in deeper trouble in the second half being out-scored 18-12 in the third quarter and 17-15 in the final. The Bulldogs finished the con- test hitting 22-48 shots from trie field for a 46 per cent average while the Trotters came up with an erractic 28 per cent shooting display. On the foul line, the Bulldogs managed a 67 per cent average while UK Trotters were good on 15 shots in 27 attempts. Allan Harrold, who swished five straight baskets in the first quarter led the Bulldogs with a 20 point performance while Cyril Patson chipped in with 14. Bob Hansen and Robin Han- sen notched 17 and 15 points respectively for the Trotlers. The Lakers didn't go home empty-handed as they picked up the third place trophy edg- ing Milk River Comets 58-52. Brent Herget.hooped 18 points for the Lakers while Desi Me- Kee added 14. Randy Evers and Barry Lod- emeier dunked 18 points apiece for the Comets. The Comets, who haven't lost a game in four league starts received their lumps this week- end. Earlier Saturday, they suffer- ed a 74-00 decision to the Trot- ters in the semi-final match. Marvin Anderson was high scorer for the Trotters with 19 points while Bruce Jesperson helped with 16. Craig Ihme paced the Com- ets with 19 pouits. In the other semi-final con- test between the Bulldogs and Lakers, Jack Chymboryk and Ken Nakama hammered the backboards for 13 point outings to lead the Bulldogs. Spencer Zaugg netted 11 points for the Lakers who held a 24-21 lead at half-time. J ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ALICRTA JUNIOR W L T Cal. Cougars Red Deer Cal. Cenucks Edm. Leafs Lvthbrldgi Edm. Movers Drum he Her 81? 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