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Bohnenstiehl r:imr in foj Kansas State's perennial title ley and scored e pjit. Tecumseh opens tonight's action against Peru Prep at and in the 8 o'clock nightcap it will be Johnson vs Humboldt. Pawnee City and Lewiston meet Thursday night atand tonight's winners at 8 p. Denny Schuster hit a one-and- one from the charity line with 17 seconds remaining last night to squeeze out the narrow victory over Sacred Heart for Don Weeks' foul-ridden Tigers.
It was not only an exciting finish, but Lewiston won in the department the Tigers had flubbed in all night. In the closing two minutes Lewiston passed up a possible six points at the stripe. Before that, the Tigers had hit a lousy 13 of With Schuster's winning tosses and 3-foc- 4 by Leonard Steiner in the final period, the Tigers finished with 13 of 31 tries. Lewiston went into the fourth with a 4-point edge, but before the firing died down there had been six stalemates. Ken Swenson handed Sacred Heart its final lead at with left.
Kent Rinne had the Tigers on top at but with left Dunbar earned Falls City the final deadlock at all. Coach Weeks played checkers all evening as he shuffled his foul-ridden lineup. Before the game ended three starters went to the Weeping water NE housewives personals with five personals. Wayne Andressen left with the clock down to the final and next was David Coudeyras with remaining. Schuster fouled out just after his winning tosses.
Sacred Heart lost Mike Gibson at the final buzzer. Sacred Heart, back of balanced scoring, held a 3-point gap to start the second. Rinne, Andressen and Schuster ignited a point Lewiston rally and the Tigers were in command at intermission, When it appeared the Tigers would widen the gap, last half personals slowed down the attack and Sacred Heart outscored Lewiston the final two periods, Had It not been for board control by Schuster, Andressen and Steiner, the outcome might have been quite different.
Rinne and Schuster shared Lewiston scoring honors with 15 each, and Andressen added Simon, junior smoothie was the big gun for the Irish. He hit 8-for at the line and added 6 from the floor for 20 points. Dunbar hit S-for-6 from the stripe and had 9 points. From the line, Sacred Heart connected on 19 of 26 tosses. The win was the 10th for Lewiston in 21 starts, and Sacred Heart closed out with a season.
In the other contest, Wymore Zephyrs tried ball control against highly favored Pawnee City. Throughout the first quarter the Zephyrs were successful as they held the Citians to a edge to start the second. Despite the one-sided defeat, Wymore did manage to hold three le in the first half. Early, after a stalemate, Larry Colgrove had Wymore on top at ; and to start the second it was after Colgrove connected again. The final lead came at on Steve Hoef ling's two-pointer. And the one-sided win was just what Coach Johnson needed to rest his injured Martin.
Martin, who hit 8 for 14 from the field, sat out as he rested his heavily bandaged, in jured ankles. Yet, for the night be was high with Pawnee City fans also got double figure performance from Chuck Havlicek and Dahlgren. Only starters Bob Mawhiney and Dahlgren saw action in the ast period. A freshman, Ken Wlssler, and sophomore Ken Bowman, took cha'rge of ball handling chores hroughout the fourth and each hit the scoring column.
Hav- icek, a junior, scored 12 »ints the last half, getting 3 the fourth. The Colgrove twins, Larry and Gary, were the only Zephyrs to hit the double figures. Larry gathered honors with 18, Weeping water NE housewives personals help on 6 free throws. Brother Gary had 12, getting 10 in the last half. The twin combo scored all but 8 of Wymore's points.
At it will be Barneston vs. Steinauer and St. Joe meets Holmesville in the nightcap. Wednesday night Odell will meet the St. Joe-Holmesville winner at The other game sees Filley taking on the Barneston - Steinauer winner at The finals are on tap for 8 p. The Class D slate at Diller tonight re: Daykin vs. Westernand DeWitt, who drew a first round bye, vs. Alexandria who opened last night with a win over hosting Diller.
In the other Wesleyan game tonight, Adams meets L,ouis- vil'e at Tonight's winners meet at 8 p m. Thursday, while Uni High and Waveriy clash at Thursday's winners meet at Friday for the playoff title. Sun Want bring. Work for Iar 9 e companies or open your own offlc, No selling of any kind. If you want a change and can start your training now. Island 92, American U. State 66, Tenn.
FMturino Hot Patches. Hoefling, F Borgman fg ft f 6 3 4 0 2 1 0 0 braska. And opening round in Class C at Johnson last night probably came up with this year's Jim - dandy. Lewiston was leading Falls City Sacred Heart. Sacred Heart got the hall out of bounds and called time to let the coach set up what could be an overtime.
Strategy was to have Tom Dunbar heave thc ball near the Falls City poal so John Simon could make a tip for the possible deadlock.
But, Dunbar failed to take into consideration his accuracy. The senior eager wound up and let fly. He pitched a foot strike, smack dab through the hocip!! Missouri's Knn Cn'-min with a field goal and two free throws in less than a minute late in the second half.
Colorado was leading, 56 - 55, when Simmons hit his fielder and was behind three when the Husker floor boss connected on the two Rift shots with left. Colorado did back up to R, but then Wi'lie Campbell prabnod a missed Husker shot and got himself a field poal to Manhattan.
K-Statc has won s : x ' scored only M ai; mist straipht for Kansas The Kansas -Nebraska show- F. Kansas is after bouncing Oklahoma at Norman Monday night.
Nebraska held a lead at the half over Colorado, then the Buffs stampeded into a 42 - 34 lead before Nebraska began a rally stared by Simmons' three- 00 32 :! Ne ll bn-ka 18 1 Attendance— 6 The footer went in vain, but had a Citian grabbed the ball quick enough and hit a basket, the game would have gone into an overtime! Simmons had 21 points. Chtiok Gardner led Colorado with Kansas completed its firs' Stillwater-N o r m a n swing in three years to set up their lona- awaited collision Saturday n!
Eve, Febr. The Wildcats,collected 38 votes for the top position in the voting by a special panel of 40 regional experts based on games through last Saturday. Fourth-ranked Chicago Loyola and seventh-ranked St. Joseph's of Pennsylvania kept Kentucky from completing a clean sweep, each collecting one first-place vote. Ken'ucky had points on a basis of 10 for a first-place vote, 9 for second etc. The career record was set by Larry Coney who finished in The South Dakota club was no match as Wayne rolled to a half'.
Wayne is and Southern Kentucky won twice last week, defeating Alabama and 'Mississippi State Duke lifted its record to by beating South Carolina and Maryland, The Top Ten, with season's records thrrugh games of Sat. Kentucky 2. Duke 3. Texas Western 4 Chicago Loyo'a 5! Vanderbilt 6. Kansas 7. Joseph's, Pa. Nebraska 9. Providence 70 Creighton had whipped Syra- use in the Omaha meet- ng.
Dave Bing led the Oranee vith 31 points on 12 field goals and seven free throws while Dick Dean had 25, also getting 2 fielders. Tim Powers outscored both as he hit 16 field goa's and had 35 Creighton points. Neal Johnson chipped in with 22 and Wally Anderzunas had Total fouls — Creighton 22, Syracuse Attendance 5, Uni Hi winner at University Hiph of Lincoln, the defending Class Nebraska High school basketball champion, and Beaver Crossing, the Class D titleholdcr, pot o f f on the right foot Monday night in defense of their titles.
They won in contrasting games as Uni took a decision over Weeping Water and Beaver Crossing bombed Shelby behind the point shooting of Bill Miller in the Yerk tourney. Uni, playing at Nebraska Wesleyan, took a lead over Weeping Water, and then started the second half with the idea of getting Weeping Water to come a. Weeping Water wou'd have no part of the idea and as a resiill the third period score was Uni 3, Weeping Water 2 and the fourth period count was Uni and Weeping Water 4.
The Cowboys took over No. Coach George Pfeiffer, who lost only All-Stater Dave McGuire from his starting title team, sends his charges for their sixth straight victory in a closer against Lincoln Southeast. The rout of Westside brought Boys Town 11 of the first place votes cast by AP member sports writers and sportscasters in the next to last poll of the season. One observer put Westside at the top and another listed Creighton Prep first. Boys Town, second last week, is after the win Weeping water NE housewives personals Tech and an breather against Council Bluffs Weeping water NE housewives personals Lincoln.
Westside and Fremont, second and third respectively, have it out on the Warrior floor In their season wlndup contest. Fremont maintained its No. Lincoln Northeast drubbed Columbus but dropped from fourth to fifth in the Top Ten. Omaha Benson suffered its fifth loss, to Bellevue, and slipped one rung to sixth. Central remained at No. Tech advanced from ninth while knocking Lincoln High of the list,and north got by Scottsbluff in overtime to move up from tenth.
Bellevue's effort returned the Chieftains 'to the select char after an absence of s e v e r a weeks, in the first period and didn't have a field goal for the first half which ended for Bertrand. Cairo, in Class Dmade its record wi'h an f : rs round win over Elba in the Grand Island regional.Weeping water NE housewives personals
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