North Carolina Newspapers

    Page 11, December 15, 1977
MAC Embarrasses
Caldwell 93-68
by Allen Meadows
December 13 at home against
Caldwell Community College
marked the menS basketball teams
finest performance to date. The
Cavaliers won 93 - 68 and considered
the game a Christmas present.
Things looked evenly matched for
the firest five minutes of play with
Caldwell doing some fine outside
shooting. Alva Duke, playing for the
injured Willie McCray, committed
his 3rd foul with 10:45 remaining and
was replaced by Ivan Giggs. MAC
couldnt seem to get a rebound and
then everything broke loose. Gary
Parris took a pass from James
Freshwater on a steal for 2 points.
Two more fastbreaks instigated by
Freshwater followed and the score
ran to 26 -16, Caldwell calling time
Tim Edwards’abundance of hustle
backfired shortly thereafter as he
commited his third violation and
was replaced by Reggie Bass. The
score went to 30 - 18, before MAC
turned the ball over three con
secutive times allowing Caldwell to
come within four at 30 - 26. But
Coach Wilhelmi was not dismayed
for he sent into the game 3 second-
stringers Bob Lake, Kirk Stasche,
and Kenny Roseboro to replace
Robert Brinkley, James Fresh
water, and Gary Parris. They held
on to lead and went into the locker
room on top 40 - 36 at the half.
The first team returned to the
hardwoods the second half and
hustled out to a 51 - 40 advantage
with 16:03 remaining forcing
Caldwell to call out. It was now time
for MAC to coast.
Duke fouled out of the game and
was replaced by Ivan Diggs with
5:33 remaining, the score 73 - 57.
MAC extended their lead their lead
to 21 points on a three point play by
Freshwater killing any- hopes
Caldwell had to a possible
comeback. With 3:00 remaining the
second string made up of Reggie
Bass, Kenny Roseboro, Bob Lake,
and Kirk Stesche joined Diggs. The
first team received a standing
Bob Lake quickly made it 82 - 57
followed by a shot from Roseboro to
up the lead 84 - 59. With the score 87 -
59 Ivan Diggs was replaced by Matt
Connerisi. Conners quickly got into
the points-scored column, and then
Stasche netted 2 more. Conners
scored again from 15 feet out to end
the game 93 - 68.
Freshwater - 24
Stasche - 2
Duke - 8
Roseboro - 9
Parris - 18
Brinkley - 11
Lake - 4
Edwards - 10
Bass - 2
Diggs - 1
Conners - 1
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Htioto by Ken Lakin
James Freshwater challenges a Caldwell player as Gary Parris lo >ks on.
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Coach’s Comment
After seeing his team devastate
Caldwell College Tuesday night
Coach Norm Wilhelmi said, “ I think
r 11 adopt every one of them. For
Freshwater on down there’s not a
selfish bone in their heads. That’s
what has made this team.’ The
Cavaliers record now stands at 3 - 1
and play v;ill resume when January
12 against Mitchell College.
Photo by E>on Redman
Intramural Volleyball action during a recent match.
Your Strong Campbell Interest
Inventory Printout is available to
you in the office of Cooperative
Education (Room 1 in Gaither) .
This computerized interest printout
islyour^o keep for future reference.
Stop by at your convenience and
pick it up. Jim Goffin, Director of
’ Cooperative Education.
library will be open the following
evenings from 6:00 to 11:00 Thur
sday Decl5, Friday Dec. 16, Sunday
Dec. 18, Monday Dec. 19 and
Tuesday Dec. 20. Also on Saturday
Dec. 17 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
PRAY! - Please pray for the money
Montreat-Anderson College must
raise to pay operating costs,
scholarships , and the purchase and
renovation of campus buildings.
, More than $1,5 million must be
raised by May 31, 1978, so please
pray for Montreat-Andersonk
hnancial needs.
“How to grow a beard in 5 easy
* lessons. “ See Kay Farmer for in
structions. Barron Scarborough,
John Baker, and Darwin Glassford
need not apply.
’ For giving everyone on campus 2
inches in added height. Your hugs
are elevating to say the least!
WANTED: My lost down jacket. It is
dark green “show lion.’ Reward.
Please contact Elizabeth Van
Dooren rm. 302 MaHall.
IbuLLETIN: In the Miami - New
[England game it was announced by
the Dolphins coach that the team
wears panty hose during the game.
Thank you A. H.
LADIES: We love you and ap
preciate you. Thank you for the joy ^
and love you have added to our lives. ,
We are greatful that the Lord has
placed you in our lives. Merry
Christmas! Sue Daugherty and i
Denise Crumm.
CINDY - Goodby and good luck.
Have a good time, artd what ever
else 1 should say. I want you to know
that 1 am going to miss you. Your
friendship has meant a lot to me you
have been there when I needed some
one to talk to and help. To put it
mildly, I love you. May God bless
you and Ken in your marrage and
give you the children you want. Love
FOR SALE: 1970 GTO. New paint
and vinyl top. Automatic tran
smission and air conditioner. See
Sandy Yandle, Davis Hall No. 207.
GIRLS: I’m not much on writing just
as I’m not much on words, but what I
have to say I must say tcxlay before
the waves of time wash tliem away .
. . I LOVE YOU! From -Joey Shore
(J. Ray)
DID YOU KNOW? That the 3-D
group lost a total of 117 and =*4
pounds in one semester?
WORDS TO THE WISE - Never trust
a girl with fishy eyes. Proverbs
3 :4,5,6.
Please stay another semester.
Please. Jeff Wright.

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