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Pioneer Freshman Play In t CALEY NEWS Mrs. Vivian Lasher Mentone Basketball Tourney ! Mr. an Mrs No,so. Weaver Tha Pioneer Freshman Panthers gether, this was so prevelant that and Carmen visited Mr. and Mrs. s<luared off against the South Whlt- the static electricity generated by Raymond Lesher and Bill Sunday. lay Freshman squad to open the I their differences must have affect-! Mrs. Pearl Logan visited Ivan annual Mentone Freshmn tourney J ed the currents in the score board Logan and Sandra Sunday. on Saturday, January 30 at Men-Iwiring. At least something did be I Mrs. Pearl Hefner is sick at the tone. I causo late in the overtime period home of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Logan The much smaller Pioneer team j the final buzzer sounded on one and Sandra. Played gamely and outfought the i scoreboard while the other one had Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hefner SOuth Whitley team, but were 159 seconds of playing time remain- and Terri visited Mr. ad Mrs. hampered in t.heir fight for the re- bounds where they were consis- tently warded off. The Panthers 'consulted and again there was a started fast and scored wdll until split decision, one said "thats all," the South Whitley zone defense the other said "play until the time cOuLd contain the Panther speed, on both clocks has elapsed." Th, e Pant, hers maintained a 7-6 This break gave the Panthers a lead at the end of the first canto, settleing down period and 59 The difference in size told the .seconds to reverse the situation. ale in the second period as the I The Panthers tied it up and area big boys under the basket [then went two points ahead with scored 12 points and .dominated [less than twenty seconls left, but both boards. The half time score again Casted got a clutch basket to was 16 for Pioneer and 18 for [tie the score. Pioneer hurridly South Wh,itley. Jcame down the floor to set up for The Panthers came back strong In the 3rd quarter to tie it up 26- 26. ]t Was anybody's ball game going into the final tretch. The final period started and the barn began burning with it. Both team9 swapped points until the last minute of play. South Whitley had control of the ball and a two point lead when the Pioneer de- fense finally shook the ball loose but the excited Panthers failed to score and Vhitley again had pos- session with time running out. The Panthers fouled and South Whitley hit the first free throw for their final margin. A last se inK, and the Panthers were three Charles Lesher Sunday evening. points behind The role.tees were ! Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hunt, Lar- the good shot and with four sec- onds left they let it fly. 'lhe shot was wide but Mike Kelly grabbed the rebound, put it through and was fouled. He hit the foul to corn plete the three point plat and that put the icing on the cake. Mike Kelly led t.he scoring with 17 points followed by GarT Heir- man with 13, but the real differ- ence was in the hustle and fight put up by five different guards- Tillet, Henry, Nies, Cree and Lue r-they were sh,ifted in and out oil tha game to keep constant press-. ure on the Caston back-court players. a d shot by Mike Kelly .fell Scoring: Pioneer, Hoffman I3. h wditlhe44scren remained ]Kelly 17, Goodrich 0, Nies 5, Till Sco in - Y '' rio eer 41.  ]ett 0, Cree 7, Babb 0 Lucy 1 and r g for rloneer: ies ,1 ^   '   He Henry u L'aston tmuman o vasn , ffman )0, Kelly 7, Tillett 2, ] " : , r Cree 3, Goodrich 2 Luey 2 Babb, [12, Taylor 0, MuHins I, Minthorn Hear>-.. 0, Lowe 16, Merrill 3 and Carr 2. South Whitley: Metzger 8, I Kline 12, Roby 2, Roberts 16, Swartz 0. 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Caston on their ,home floor 42-40, Rd Pioneer on their home floor 4fl-36, so the stage was set for a real thriller. To say the game was a thriller would be an under- statement. The gama was tied nine time and Pioneer lrad a two point lead with oneJ second to go, but l Cletes Bauman let one fly for Cas. ton that knotted the score as regu- lation time ran out. In the over- time period Castor qckly jumped in the drivers seat with a fielder and two free throws, but the ag- ry, and Denny and Marsha and Alan Step visited Mr. and Mrs. Luster Hunt Sunday evegtng. Mrs. Pearl Logan visite4 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lesher Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Weaver visited Mrs. Goldie Runkle Tues- day. Mr. and Mrs. Herald Lasher visited Mr. and Mrs. George Lesh. er last Sunday. Mrs. Florence Leslie visited Mr. i and Mrs. Burt Smith Friday. r Douglas Weese Psited Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cosgray and Reva I and Mrs. Edieh Weese over the ] week end.. ! 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