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The North Carolina lacrosse team
turned in a performance one worthy
of its No. 2 ranking that was marred
only by a sluggish second period in de
feating Baltimore 15-4 Wednesday at
Fetzer Field. .
The Tar Heels scored five unanswered
goals in the First period but relaxed in the
second period after Coach Willie Scroggs
put in his second line. The Superbees
responded by outscoring Carolina 3-1 in
the quarter before the First line came back
in to spark an impressive second half, in
which Carolina outscored Baltimore 9 1.
"The second line didn't keep the tempo
going in the second quarter," Scroggs
said. "They didn't keep the pressure
going. Baltimore had nice organization
and they nipped and tucked until they
had a couple of goals."
The second half revealed that the Tar
Heels simply had too much talent for
Baltimore. Superbee coach Richie Meade,
a 1976 Carolina graduate, said that
Carolina's personnel were excellent.
"They are well coached and well disci
plined," Meade said. "There wasn't a
' whole lot that they could improve, except
that they let us off the hook in the second
period. When Carolina plays against bet
ter teams they will need to sustain the
pressure better. " '
For its third straight victory, Carolina
scored more than 10 goals. The attack
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was balanced with Monty Hill scoring
three goals and Terry Martineiio, Peter
Vcelkel, Doug Hall and Mike Burnett
each scoring twice. Brenl Voelkel, Ted
Milkpaugh, Chris Mueller and Jeff
Homire each added a score. Burnett led
in assists with three.
Hill said the key to the offense's suc
cess was its ability to get the ball down
Field quickly. "Goalie Tommy Sears does
a good job of getting the ball out of the
goal to the middies," Hill said. "We have
a lot of speed and we'll beat the defense's
slides with our passing and stick it in the
cage. The way to beat our offense is with
speed and with good defense by the mid
dies and defenders all along the Field."
On the other hand, the Tar Heels have
had great success thwarting enemy clears
and keeping the ball in their offensive ter
Burnett and Voelkel provided most of
the First period scoring. Burnett opened
with a goal in the First minute of the
game, and Voelkel scored both of his
. goals in the First quarter. Burnett also had
two First period assists.
The only Tar Heels score in the second
period Baltimore comeback came from
Hill on an underhand shot in front of the
goal for a 6-1 Carolina lead at 7:56. Two
Baltimore scores sent the teams into the
half at 6-3. '
Carolina ran off Five unanswered goals
early in the third period. Hall, Burnett
and Hill each scored once and Martineiio
added two more to put UNC up 11-3
midway through the quarter, putting the
game out of reach. . , ; ,
The defense shut down most of, the
Superbees' scoring opportunities. Sears
had 11 saves in three and a half periods.
"Coach Scroggs is one of the best de
' fensive coaches and his team reflects
that," Meade said. "We had problems
executing on extra man situations, but
few teams in his three years at Carolina
have scored extra man goals."
Tl.s action cn the floor cf Woollen Gym wzs almost as
fast and furious as it promises to be in Philadelphia, al
though the stakes were a bit lower. Sixteen teams battled
for T-shirts and bragging rights in the intramural basketball
The finalists in each of the eight divisions were the last
survivors in a Field that included more than 450 teams at the
start of the IM basketball season.
The highest caliber play was in a rough game between the
Dental Healers and the Mudsharks. The two teams, repre
senting the Dental School and the Law School battled it out
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By LINDA ROBERTSON
The Healers led from start to Finish. They held on to their
'37-28 half time lead to win 70-61.
The Mudsharks' impressive offense could not make up
for a shaky defense. Randy Jones scored 19 points, Jim
Crawford had 18 and Mark Gray had 16.
Mike Mayhew of the Healers led all scorers with 27
points. Mark Dale, former Wake Forest guard, had 17, Rob
Prewitt scored 12 and Jack King added 10.
"We worked together as a team, with a lot of good
passes," Mayhew said. "Last year we lost after having won
this four years in a row, and, since this is my last year, I
really wanted this one."
"Next year they should tell everyone to.wear pads," Dale
said, commenting on the rough game.
The Has Beens, physical education grad students, de
feated the Chicas de Balcontesta for the women's competi
tive crown. '
The Chicas stayed close the First half and were only be
hind 25-23 at intermission. But the Has Beens' experience
proved to be the decisive factor in the second half. They led
. by 20 points with a minute to go. Kim Grace of the Chicas
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"We have a lot of individual talent, but sometimes can't
seem to put it all together," said Grace, captain cf the
Chicas. "Bernadette McGlade (former varsity player)
played a great game against us and her rebounding made a
big difference." '
"The key to our win was our team work," Has Been cap
tain Cheryl Lissey said. "We had a lot of lay-ups and back
doors because people were alert with their passes." -
In the Residence Hall final"! the' Lewis Skehrats defeated
Teflon, representing the sixth floor of Granville West. The
Sleehrats were led by Gregg Page's playmaking and the
shooting of Frank Hawkins, while Teflon was led by the
outside shot of Billy "Magic" Branner.
Page's shot at the buzzer made it 30-13 at the half. Teflon
came out strong to start the second half and scored five un
answered baskets to make it 30-28. But the rally fizzled,
and Lewis dominated the rest of the game, winning easily
"On our team, if one man is cold, another will take up
the slack and make the shots," Sleehrat Joe Roseman said.
"We have an evenly balanced team and we wanted this
championship more than anybody else," John Swaringen
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Omega Psi Phi remained undefeated, beating Pi Kappa
Alpha 54-49 in a close game to win the fraternity title.
The game was close throughout, with the lead changing
hands often. PiKa's Randy Day scored on a lay-up to put
PiKa ahead 22-21 at the half, but the Omega men domi
nated the boards in the second half. . '
"Tonight we won due to our strong inside play,"
Omega's Gregory Knight said. "Usually we score 80-90
points with a lot of fast breaks, but they also had a strong
inside game that kept us from getting too many fast
In the other divisions, the winners were: women's rec:
Jolly Netters, men's rec: Granville So-Scrubs; co-rec com
petitive: Motley's Crew and co-rec rec: Good Knights.
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The softball team received a forfeit win
Wednesday at Hinton James field when
N.C. State fielded an illegal substitute at
third base in the bottom of the fifth inning
in the second game of a doubleheader.
The Tar Heels lost the first game in a
close pitching duel by a score of 1-0. Win
ning pitcher Sue Williams scored State's
run in the top of the first inning. Sharon
Speer took the loss for UNC, even though
she scattered 11 hits. Shortstop Laurie
Bailey went 2-for-3 with a single and a
double for the Heels.
The Wolf pack were ahead in the second
game 3-0 when the forfeit was called.
State got two runs in the top of the third
inning on a double by Gwen Moseley that
scored Sue Rizzo and Pat Pickard.
In the top of the fourth, State added
another run when Brenda Allen doubled
Gina Miller home. Allen was thrown out
at third to end the inning on a peg by
second baseman Janet Braxton to Cathy
MacFarlane at third.
Though a win is a win, most of the team
was disappointed that the game didn't
"We were only behind 3-0 and I think
we could have caught up," Bailey said.
"I'd rather have won the game with runs
instead of a forfeit, but we'll take it."
The Tar Heels go into the Western
Carolina Invitational Tournament . in
Cullowhee this weekend with a 15-6
"This tournament will be important
for us," Coach Susan Clark said.JTm
optimistic about our chances in it and the
way the team is playing, even though we
would have rather won this game out
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