BOYS BASKETBALL

Feb. 2, 1977 — Dean Lewis scored 14 points and South Umpqua handed Douglas a 66-58 loss in a Skyline Conference game in Winston.

The Lancers shot 54 percent from the field. Jeff Pringle added 10 points and seven rebounds. Ron Reymann had 15 points and eight rebounds for the Trojans, who committed 21 turnovers.

Feb. 5, 1977 — Kevin Trunkey scored 20 points and Roseburg pulled away from North Medford in the fourth quarter, earning a 71-54 victory in a Southern Oregon Conference game in Medford.

Toby Keady had 18 points — converting all 10 of his free throw attempts — and Hans Rasmussen contributed 17 points and seven rebounds for the Tribe, which shot a blazing 96 percent (27-for-28) from the charity stripe.

Greg Good turned in a double-double with 23 points and 14 rebounds, leading Sutherlin past Rogue River 63-46 in a Skyline Conference game in Rogue River. Bob Spittles also notched a double-double with 12 points and 13 boards, and Ben Hammerscmith dished out eight assists.

Tom Wyrick scored 24 points as Canyonville Bible Academy rolled to a 72-49 win over Butte Falls in a Skyline 7 League game in Canyonville. Brad Mallon added 16 points and Joel Mason pulled down 20 rebounds for the Pilots.

Steve Daugherty scored a game-high 22 points and Oakland held off Riddle 62-58 in a Big Fir contest in Riddle. Dale Andrews paced the Irish with 18 points.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Feb. 2, 1977 — Karyn Swanson scored 10 points and Riddle shut down Glendale, winning 27-19 in a Big Fir League game in Glendale. Jo Jo Pires had a double-double for the Pirates with 11 points and 11 rebounds.

Feb. 5, 1977 — Jeri Miles finished with 18 points in Canyonville Bible Academy’s 38-20 Skyline 7 victory over Butte Falls in Canyonville.

Feb. 11, 1977 — Elaine Matthews netted 18 points and Douglas whipped Glide 49-17 in a Skyline Conference game in Winston.

Bonita Parker and Ann Daugherty controlled the glass, each grabbing 11 rebounds. Melissa Mosher scored eight for the Wildcats.

Feb. 18, 1977 — Roseburg concluded its Southern Oregon Conference season with a 46-24 thumping of Medford at Robertson Memorial Gym.

Kay Schvaneveldt led the Tribe with 12 points, while Rhonda Alexander contributed six points and eight rebounds. Roseburg forced the Black Tornado into 33 turnovers.

WRESTLING

Feb. 2, 1977 — Roseburg defeated South Umpqua 32-19 in a nonconference dual meet at Robertson Memorial Gym.

The Indians got a fall from Rich Visintainer at 178 pounds. Winning by decision were Jim Doering at 98, Jesse Higdon at 106, Corky Yoder at 136, Rock Reber at 141, Greg Bailey at 148, Kevin Horn at 157 and Kevin McKelvey at 168, and Scott Kelley won by injury default at 123.

Gordon Krohn (heavyweight) posted a fall for the Lancers, and Rick Held (115), Ralph Moore (130) and Mike Axtell (191) won by decision.

Feb. 14, 1977 — Four North Douglas wrestlers won individual titles at the Mapleton Tournament, helping the Warriors to second in the team standings. Mark Oberling (123), Scott Culver (136), Mike Hicks (157) and Earl Jacobs (178) finished first.

Feb. 18, 1977 — Sutherlin scored a 40-25 win over Illinois Valley in a Skyline Conference dual at the Dog Pound. The Bulldogs got falls from Dave Dickmeier (178) and Kermit Beecroft (heavyweight).

Winning by decision were Kevin Abbe (130), Terry Fox (168) and Dennis Lillard (191).

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