Coleman County Chronicle (Coleman, Tex.), Vol. 49, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 7, 1982 Page: 3 of 22
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1 A. Lakeview Deals Cats
Another One Point Loss, 5049
! front included .Vince Hubbard
with 8 points (3-2:8), Billy Yates
2-1-5, Davey Ersklne 1-1-3,
Jody Barr 1-0-2, Bert- Nolen
11-0-2," and Terry Watson 0-1-1.
The Cat's 6.4 senior forward
.Billy Yates led the rebounding
brigade with 11 grabs.
The Coleman Bluecat basket- headed fpr victory, in the early their first lead of the contest, * The Bluecats shot 38% from
ball teafil absorbed Vet another going. They tallied the first 10 37-32. It was a real dogfight at the Boor on 22 of 58 attempts
one pointjbss Tuesday night as ■ points of the contest, thanks to -the end. The Cat's 5-9 senior and 33% from the charity ,nw/w,nwc
LakevieW’s Chiefs nipped the the brilliant outside shooting of playmakcr David Jenkins sim- stripe on 5 of 15 tries. Lake view . AUMliplONto'
reeling Cats, 50-49. It was the guard bavid Jenkins, who bag- ply could not miss. His “rain "managed 33"% from the floor on
ninth setback in a row for Jack ged four 20-footers in the first making” jumpers from 25 to 30 20 of 61 chances and 45% from ,e
Baucom's bunch who last won stanza. After the initial fife - feet kept the crowd in the game" .the stripe with 10 of 22 at- lza ® ®we
on December 8th against Ham- works, the Cats led the Chiefs* dqwn the stretch run. He tempts-. ( n/eaJ/cca r c °UC
lin in overtime.. The C.H.S. M " ' ’‘bagged five /of the incredible In the early contest, the •
attemots and'the Cats closed to Bluecat junior varsity, behind ' Robert I hwing
J. B. McCord
Katts Drop 46-43
Decision To Brownwood
and 7 grabs, respectively. ‘ \
•_Cox mentioned the fine of,
fensive showing of Benjamin
and, Holloway and the solid
defensive effort of Caldwell in-
the losing cause. [ . ,
V The free throw line spelled time, the host team was busy The Katts travel to Merkel
'defeat for the Coleman Blue netting-10 of 17 chances. Friday night in their final
Kat'ts basketball team Tuesday The tilt wal closr through- tuneup before district activity .
night as the Brownwood girls out 'as Brownwood led -12-10, ■ begins next-Tuesday at Brady.'
defeated visiting C.H.S.,- 46-43. .23-20, and 35-32 during the first. The girls junior varsity-contest,
It was only the fifth loss qf the three periods of play, respec- begins at 6 p.m. and tjje Varsity
year for Barbara Coj(’s cagers. tively. ' * game, follows.
The setback updated '(their Bonnie Benjamin and Evonne *
1981 -82 record tb 13-5, ^ Holloway led the Katt
season record now stands, at After panning the first fielder attempts and'the Cats closed to Bluecat junior varsity,
3-13. ih,the opening moments of the 49-47 with 24 seconds left, the flashy floor play of sopho- --
It’s been an excruciating 'second period, the,roof beganto Lakeview turned the baft over more #l(eith Neal, defeated
season for the local ca_gers. sag ever so sl'owly. By the end with 17 seconds remaining on Lakeyiew 60-50.
.They now have lost five one- - of the .period, Lakeview had -walking, violation But ,as the
point contests “along the" way;' narrowed’ the gap-- -to 22-16, luck of the roll would have .it, a REAGAN COUNTY
and in the 13 losses, the using their superior rebounding Jenkins’ jumper with 12 ticks TOURNEY -
average point deficit in defeat strength to make it close. It* left caught all the iron but nb The Bluecats will travel to
has been six markers (two was the Chiefs board prowess net" and the Chiefs had prevail- Big,Lake Thursday evening to.
losses Were “biggies" ... 20 which would ’eventually dash ed. A Chief free throw with five- participate in the^Reagan Coun
points apiece). the Cats’ hopes for victory .'.. seconds left made it 50-47 and (y tourney. They meet host
Visiting San Angelo, Lake- Lakeyiew’s edge in the “sky” Jenkins concluded hiA^azzling Reagan County in the first- Friday,
view was one of the above department, 47-26. shooting performance at the round at 7 p.m. District action begins next
teams which conquered the. By the end of-the third buzzer with a 15 footer which If the Cats win, they would Tuesday as the locals travel to
Cats, 53-33 in mid'December. period,-the locals clung to a gathered “all” net. The spunky meet the winner of the Brady to meet the Bulldogs.
Tuesday night, in the C.H.S. 32-31 lead. Then, the Chiefs senior finished, with 28 points McCamey-Christoval contest on They return home on Friday to
Gym, it was a different story. netted the first six markers in cm 14 field goals of 26 attempts. Friday at 7 p.m. If they lose, play Ballinger, the 8-AAA favo:
^The youthful Blues appeared the final eight minutes ^o grab Other scorers on the local they would play at 9 a.m. rite this year.
SHOP IN COLEMAN
Brownwood’s cage team was with* 15 (7-1-15) and 12 (6-0-12) DAYS ARE. NUMBERED
assessed but four personal fouls markers, respectively. Julie h’'„
;during Tuesday's'action and the Duke chipped in with 4-0-8 Year-| caiendar, take Jmmlnti
Katts waltzed to the chantyNjJJ Burroughs 3£6 gj r;(lect ht)w,bordered you, days
line but t,wice, making one offlv Alcala 1-0-2 for the Katts. .,
foifr attempts, jjg the mearit^whnjamin and Cathy Caldw
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Coleman County Chronicle (Coleman, Tex.), Vol. 49, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 7, 1982, newspaper, January 7, 1982; Coleman, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth738192/m1/3/: accessed April 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Coleman Public Library.