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Kedfield led at the half 52-43, and at the three-quarter mark, 76-62, before finally winning the game 96-89. Bfson 39 Draper 63, p|Â«rre JV 54 , Indian c., TM, TM, . The Huron team took to the mat twice last week, beating Westmar College, 35-9, and Ml- not, N. The win over Minot came Saturday af- ternoon and was ' only Minot's second loss of the season.
High point man for Redfield was Jim Wilbur with 36 points, followed by Ron Bush with 18 and Gary Evjan with 15 points. w 1 , TM ,, NIIL RESULTS No games scheduled ' ABA RESULTS m, Virginia 119 TM " ? Dallas iii Utah 110, Denver Ift7 NBA RKSULTS No jtwrnw schedrilwi NCC STANDns' GB Won AUKUstaiut 6 South Dakota K SDSL7 t} lh Dakota Â· 5 SU .; Uankato 4 Northern Iowa 3 htornlngslde u Frfdaj's Gajnes Mornlngsldc al North Dakota South Dakota at North Dakota State hlankalo at Augustana Northern Iowa at South Dako U Stale Safurdar's Games South Dakota at North Dako U Mornlngside at North Dakota Slat* flankalo at South Dakota State Northern Iowa al Augustana Augustana's Bill Gross stands in third place with 191 points in nine games for 21.2 per game. Tate said the Northern State squad, which competes in the South Dakota Intercollegiate Conference, has four or five out.
She rolled seven strikes in a row beginning with the third frame. Converting splits in the Huron Community League were Lynda Edmundson, the 3-8-6-10; Arlis Eilers, the 3-8 and the 5-7; Betty Tschetter, the 5-10; Alma Laposky the 5-10; Mary Kaye Freese, the 5-7. 9 147 18.4 Area Dams PIERRE (AP) -- Oahe Kes- ervoir elevation 1602.90 feet above sea level, no change in the past 24 hours.
Hurley, llth l a s week, moved into the top ten with victories over Canistota Hudson aid Elk Point, raisinf its record to 10-1. Art Wuestewald, 656 series in the Universal League. World Hockey ssociation Eastern lead Mon- The Crusaders reeled off five traight goals in the third peri- d, turning the night's only VHA game into a rout. Rich Barnes and Bruce Larson with eight points each. Crail Wallers l-fl 06-- Kim Griffin (W) pinned Kobea anilh 102-- Tim Sexton (H) dec. H*ik Kludt 7-3 114-- Mark Hcllly (H) dec, Don EeÂ« 120-Randy West (W) pinned Dmij Simmons 126-Jtm Kosiowski W) pinned Bur* Ion Davidson (H) dec. Rod 133-- Bill Wcsterberi Nichols 3-2 140-JIarc Contreru (U) Skaar* 1(M 147-Kcith Dagel (W) dec. MIX* Williams 6-1 Kr-Jclf SUdhcim (W) pinned Don Bull t K--Dave Lantsen l\V) pinned Brian Marl In 102-i-Cat Johnson (H) dec. Doug upicr j-0 133-- Kurt Engelhardt W dec, Mike 140-Greg Rogers (\V) dec. Mlkt Bead- The Ladies PGA will play for :i OO,000 in prizes at'the Green Stamp Classic in Houston, Tex., March 9-11.
The Huron mentor said he Thomas Tops NCC Loop In Scoring Dave Thomas of South Dakota State University continues to jace the North Central Con- :erence in scoring with a 22.6 jer game average. Swanhorst noted that Hammer hasn't missed a game in his four years at the college and is currently shooting over 50 per cent per game from the field.
Thomas had tallied 203 points in nine game, ranking ahead of Lee Colburn, also of SDSU, who has 197 points in nine games for an average of 21.9 per game. The Pierpont senior also draws the toughest defensive as- signment for a forward in each game. Wednesday when Huron's junior varsity team tangles with a junior, college squad from Rosebud. Following the Black HUls game, the college will partici- pate in a tripleheader here Fri- day night involving the high school basketball loam. Springfield 5 3 Dakola Wesleyan 5 3 Dakota State 3 5 Northern 2 6 Black Hills 2 6 Wednesday's Game Black Hills at Huron- Thursday's Games Dakota Stale at Dak.
They are, back, from left, Alice Metier Pat Lorenz, and Carey Hintz and front, Betty Hornig and Darla Decker. (Plainsman Photo) Huron Bowling League Player Sidefights- Beliiml The Scenes Jeanne Rowcliffe rolled a 233 game and will receive a badge for scoring 100 pins over her average during Huron Bcnvling League action last week.
THESE FIVE GIRLS lead the cheers for the Iroquois High School basketball team.John Knox and Jim Button each scored 20 points and Wayne Car- ney added 10 in Onida's losing effort. Fourth place is held by Bruce Jenkins of Morningside with 182 points in nine games for 20.2 per game. standing individuals, "but don't Â·possess the overall team strength like Minot." But the Huron, coach expects tough competition from the Wolves, particularly because of the strong rivalry which exists between the two schools.