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12--THE PROGRESS Friday, Feb. 21, 1964 CYO EMBARKS ON 16-TEAM STATE MEET Cordovan Caravan: SU, SMC bh/OeUcCJorhdo,o Tourneys climax hoop campaigns t looks as if the Seattle University Chieftains are not the only ones thinking of a post-season tournament. The St. Martin's College Saints (11-14) are in- vestigating the possibility of a bid for post-season NAIA playoff activity, presumably with Evergreen Conference teams, The Saints since the last edition bounced back from an 81-59 decking by the University of Portland Pilots to sweep a weekend engagement with Northwest Nazarene College, 85-79 and 77-72, in Olympia. SMC closes out its regular season this Friday against ScatHe Pacific College in SPC's Brougham Pavilion. Seattle fans will get a chance to see one of the North- west's more prolific small college CenTers in Mike Bruener. Against Portland U, he made 17--five less than high-point- man John Burnley---and that'e good shooting for the two against a team like the Pilots. As for the Chiefs, the NCAA is again beckoning. This is supposed to have been a team that would set-up the Bob Boyd coaching system to go places next season. Yet it's 17.4 for the season and NCAA-bound. SU'S SIGNIFICANT 76-72 loss to Oregon State University Friday hurt but the pain was somewhat alleviated with the quick NCAA decision to invite the Chiefs. This means that, regardless of a second loss to OSU, "somebody up there" in that collegiate coordinating and policing body likes the Chiefs and figures they will give some color to the Far West show. It would appear thai the Chiefs have already been knocked off at the pre-regionals the way the dailies have been print- ing NCAA speculations. But if the Chiefs can put together a decent game from now on as they did in the last half of Monday's 108-88 scalping of Gonzaga and the first 34 min- utes of Friday's frustrating game against OSU, then SU need not wait" until next season to go places. We offer for your shaky comfort SU's past records in these now-traditional post-season tourneys. You'll find these little sagas on Column Three. Read and pray. O During the 'octave' of St. Valentine's Day REMINISCENT OF other gym-burners, which in- valves the perennial arch.rivalry of Seattle U and Gon- zaga, this conversation was overheard Monday at the Civic Center Arena's Section A during the second half #f the Chieftains" eventual 108.88 pasting of the scrappy BuUdogsmWoman Fan: "What happened, Frank?" Frank Miller: "Oh, Tresvant (John) made the bucket and got fouled." WF: "Why are they shaking hands?" FM: "So they can come out fighting!' e A Brave faces most important contest A BCHET AI-ETE will be facing the most important battle of his young life when he undergoes an open heart surgery March 10th in Children's Orthopedic Hospital in Seattle. He is Jim Skurski, 16, who is euffering from a oongenital heart con- dition with a constriction in the arteries leading to the lungs... Jim, a junior, was responsible for five touchdowns of Blancher's junior varsity last football season, wrestled for the JV'a in the lea-pound class and also played basketball and baseball. A CYO four.sports star at St. Benedict's, he was named inspirational flag football player for two years after stellar halfback roles, was picked one of the basketball all-stars, specialized in the standing broad jump and played baseball in the outfield . . . Son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Skuzski, 5722 Ashworth Ave. N., Jim needed at least 14 donors of blood type A-negative for the operation. The response was met and surpassed by his fellow Blanehet team- mates, bin CYO friends and by employees of Pacific Northwest Bell of which his father ie chief transmission man . . . Jim's outlook is bright. e They ALL come runnin' THERE ARE enough anecdotes with a Catholic Irish flavor that bear the names of Pat and Mike. And so this reters to our present crop of high school athletes . . . Out of some 67 varsity basketball players, 12 are named Mike with the O'Dea Irish, leading by five: Berridge, Bourgault, Coolen, McCann and Nelson. Seattle Prep has three: Casey, Sorenson and Tronquet. Bellarmine has two: Tretton and LaRock. And it's Whims at Blanchet and Yost at St. Martin's , . . So at least 18 per cent of the round.ball players are patronized by the Great Arch- angel... There are eight Pats in the hoop lineups with three of them at Prep: Burns, Layman and Naughton. St. Martin's lists two: McLaughlin and Schreck; O'Dea two: Welch and Sands; Blancher one: Major... The Patrlcks number I1 per cent of the hoop shooters which makes the Patron Saint of the Emerald Isle quite busy with their prayers for that needed bucket . . . and how about The ]osephinum, the Archdiocese's new Seattle downtown resi- dence for senior citizens . . . With St. Joseph its patron, The Josephinum has for its chaplain, Father Joseph Kra- mis; its Religious staff, the Sisters of St. Joseph of New- ark; and its business manager, Col. Joseph Primeau. Have title will travel SEATTLE U coach Bob Boyd congratulates the Seattle P-I Hoop Shoot champ--Jimmy Byrnes, 13, Dimitt Junior High seventh grader from St. Paul's Parish--after the county fin- alist canned seven out of 10 free throws during the SU-Gonzaga halftime feature Monday at the Civic Center Arena. Jimmy broke an 18-25 deadlock with the city champ to win a trip with the Chieftains to Portland February 28. Jimmy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Byrne, 11819 60th Ave. S., and the nephew of Assumption Reds midget coach Jim Henry. And now come the tournaments in the CYO basketball campaign. The hopefuls for central deanery crowns include the spartanettes and the eadettes for the girls and midget, cadet and senior teens for the boys. For the boys' cadet teams, this deanery tourney is just the stepping stone to the big one--the CYO state-wide gathering March 7 and 8 at Seattle University. The resurrection of the all-state affair will see a 16- team meet, involving the four best from the central deanery, two from the Tacoma League, one each from the Bremerton, Everett, Beliingham, and Olympia districts, three from the Diocese of Spokane, two from the Diocese of Yakima and the already--assured entry from Vancouver-- Our Lady of Lourdes, defending champ of the Portland arehdioeesan CYO tournament. Here's the tournament lineup: Girls' spar)anal)as St. Luke's, coached by Mrs. Rosemary Farrell, will meet Mrs. Betty Gillingham's Assumption at 3 p.m. this Sunday at Seattle Prep for the deanery spartanette championship. Girls' cadettes Seattle Prep is also the site for the cadette semifinals pitt- ing at 7 p. m. this Saturday Mrs. Lea Lorraine's Christ the King against Gail Matthiesen's Blessed Sacrament and at 8 p.m. St. Anthony's of Renton, coached by Mrs. Olga Arnone, versus St. Joseph's, coached by Cfirol Wagner. Cadette finals will be held at 4 p.m this Sunday at Prep. Boys' midgets Quarterfinal rounds will begin at 10 a.m. this Saturday at Seattle U for the midgets. Pairings include Assumption Reds vs. St. Anthony's of Renton; St. Joseph's vs. St. Alphonsus, St. Bernadette's vs. St. Pins X and St. Luke's Golds vs. Sacred Heart of Belle- vue. Semifinals will be at Blancher, starting at 4:40 p.m. the same day. The midget championship will be decided at 6 p.m. this Sunday at Seattle U. Consolation honors will be settled at 3:20 the same day at SU. Boys' cadets A 26-game deanery tournament embarks for two weekends with the second and third-placed cadet teams of the four div- isions beginning the battle starting at 2 p.m. this Sunday at Blanchet. The four winners ;advance to the February 29th (Satur- day) quarterfinals and meet as opponents the first-place division winners, which all drew an automatic berth in the quarter- final round. Starting time is 10 a.m. and the site is SU. Semifinals will follow at 4:40 and 7:20 that same Saturday at SU. The deanery championship mateh is scheduled at 8 p.m. Sunday, March I, at SU. All semifinalists, win or lose, will represent the central deanery as well as the Archdiocese in the state-wide tourney, according to Herman (Thorny) Thorstensen, deanery boys' commissioner. Boys' seniors Quarterfinal rounds for senior teen entries will be held beginning at 10 a.m. this Saturday at Blanchet. Semifinals, starting at 4:40 p.m. the same day, will be at St/. SU is again the gym for senior championship game at 7:20 p.m. this Sunday. Addmission for all boys' tournament games follow: For adult, 50 cents per contest or $1.25 season ticket. For 18-year-olds and under, 35 cents per game or 75 cents season ticket. For 14-year-olds and under, 25 cents per game or 75 cents season ticket. How SU has fared in tourneys 1945-46:8 WINS, 22 LOSSES Coach: Joe Budnick STATE JUNIOR COLLEGE Seattle College (SU) SO, Mount Vernon JC (Skaglt Valley JC) 40. SC 39, Centralla JC 35. Everett JC 41, SC 31 (championship). 1948-49:12 WINS, 14 LOSSES Coach: A! Brightman NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF INTERCOLLEGIATE BASKETBALL (NAIB) Pccltic Lutheran 46, SU 34. 1950-SI: 32 WINS, 5 LOSSES Coach: A1 Brihtman NATIONAL CATHOLIC INVITATIONAL SU 69, lena 67. SU 102, Mount St. Mary's $5. St. Francis (Brooklyn) 93, SU 79 (champioNship), 19SI-52:29 WINS, 8 LOSSES Coach: AI Brightman NATIONAL INVITATIONAL (NIT) Holy Cross 77, SU 72. 1952-53:29 WINS, 4 LOSSES Coach: AI Brightman NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION (NCAA) SU 88, Idaho Slate 77. Washington 92, SU 70. SU 80, Wyoming 44 (regional third- place). 1953-24:26 WINS, 2 LOSSES Coach: AI Brightman NCAA Idaho Stole 7r, su 75 (overtime). 1954-55:22 WINS, 7 LOSSES Coach: A! Brightman NCAA SU 80, Idaho State 63. Oregon State 83, SU 71. Utah 108, SU 85 (Su In regional fourth place). 1955.5fl: 18 WINS, 11 LOSSES Coach: A! Brightman NCAA SU Lg, Idaho State L6. Utah 81, SU 72. UCLA 94, SU 70 (SU In regional fnartil place). 1956-57:24 WINS, 3 LOSSES Coach: John Castellani NIT St. Bonaventure as, SU 68. 1957-58:24 WINS, 7 LOSSES Coach: John Castellani NCKA SU 88, Wyoming 51. SU 69, San Francisco M. SU LL, Celltornla 62 (overtime) freglona! championship). SU 73, Kansas State $1 (national semi. final) (western championship). Kentucky 84, SU 72 (national champion- ship). 1960-61:19 WINS, 8 LOSSES Coach: Vinee Cazzetta NCAA Arlznae State 7, SU 70. 1961-82:18 WINS, 9 LOSSES Coach: Vince Cozzetta NCAA Oregon State 69, SU 65 (overtime). 962-63:21 WINS, fl LOSSES caches: Vinee Cazzetta and Clair Markey NCAA Oregon State 70, SU 66. TOURNAMENT CAREER RECORD NO. W L Pct. State JC ....... I 2 1 .667 NAIB .......... 1 O 1 .000 NCIT .......... 1 2 1 .667 NIT ............ 2 O 2 .000 NCAA ......... 8 8 10 .444 Over-all ....... 13 12 15 .444 All.male finish in CYO oratory JOHN ENDRES (second from left), 17, will represent the Archdiocesan CYO at the lOth annual National CYO Oratorical Contest Easter Monday and Tuesday, March 30- 31, at Washington, D.C. The Bellarmine High senior fromSt. Patrick's CYO Teen Club in Tacoma Sunday won the senior class A division of the Archdiocesan CYO Oratori- cal Contest, sponsored by the Knights of Columbus' Bishop McGrath Fourth Degree Gen- eral Assembly. Other first-place winners, receiving their awards from faithful navigator Paul Narigi (second from right), are (from left) James Veeder, St. Catherine's, Seattle, sophomore class A division; James Murray, St. John's, Seattle, senior class B; and Philip Borroughs, St. Francis of Ass;s;, Seahurst, sophomore class B. Some 21 teen club orators from Seattle, Tacoma, Everett, Shelton, Kirktand, Seahurst and other cities participated with the boys making a clean sweep in the top rungs. Contest theme was "Racial Har- mony," based on a U.S. Bishops' Statement in 1963. Endres is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Endres, 1016 N. Junett St., Tacoma. (Photo by LaTin M. Miller) Prep, SM win titles This is championship time in the high school basketball season. We have two among the Catholic teams in the Arch- diocese -- St. Martin's and So- But for Dale Behles' St. Martin's club, this is just the beginning. THE RANGERS play either Montesano or Eatonville at 7:30 p.m. this Saturday in Olympia High's Rockey Gym- attic Prep. "]'he SM Rangers from Olym- nasium. Should they win, the pin with an overwhelming 93- Rangers advance to Longview 28 win Tuesday over Yelm are for the finals the following the undisputed Kings of the Saturday. Should they lose, East Central League. Their the Rangers have one more possession is undisputed be- cause the last crown won by the Rangers had to be shared with North Thurston in 1957. ScatHe Prep with a 70 - 58 Tuesday victory over Blan- chat placed the Northwest Catholic Association title in deep freeze, marked for the Panthers' keeping. Jim Harney's crew also owns a 3-0 record in the Seat- fie Catholic city playoff. And so the Panthers are due to take the long trip northward and participate in the District One playoff. The top two teams from there go on to the re- vised Class AA state tourna- ment regionals. try before being eliminated next T u e s d a y, probably in OlYmPia again. And the advance ticket sales to the Class A tourney March 4-7 in Tacoma looms as a sell- out. St. Martin's Jim Hannam, a part of the Rangers' suc- cess story, also leads far out in front the points race with a 16.5 18-game average on a total of 298. Prop's Steve Conkiin has the second-best average with 13.9 for a total of 251 in 18 games. Blanchet's Gene Duncan has the second - best points - total --246 with a 13.6 18-game aver- age. Blanchet grapplers enter district meet BLANcHET WILL be represented by four hopeful Braves in the district high school wrestling matches this Friday and Saturday at Burlington-Edison High. One of two schools in the Archdiocese fielding a wrestling team (St. Martin's is the other), Blanchet is coached by Tom Merrill (left). Ably representing Blanchet are Ran Barton (doing the pinning), Bill Lukoskie (on the mat), Mike Skurski (second from left) and Mike Jurus, all seniors. Other lettermen are Jim Herman, senior; Mike Fridgen and Jim Ingram, juniors; and Chris Held, sophomore. These Braves have compiled an 8-6 season record and placed fifth in the subdistrict matches last weekend at Shoreline High. Barton, Frid- gen, Herman and Lukoskie have won berths in the district matches. Should they fare well, they will be entered in the state wrestling tournament February 28.29 at Washing. ton State Univerdty. (Sports Photo by Gary Barnhart) CYO pennan progress Seattle finals Girls' basketball SPARTANETTES SOUTH W L W Assumption .. 4 0 Fatima ....... 1 St. Joseph ... 2 2 Sac. Heart S.. 1 St. Benudlct .. 2 2 SPARTANETTES NORTH St. Luke ..... 5 0 Christ King .. 2 Lady Lake ... 4 1 St. Catherine.. 1 St. Mark .... 3 2 St. John ..... 0 CADETTES WEST BI. Sac'meat.. 7 0 Assumption ... 1 Lady Lake ... S 3 St. Anne ..... i St. Benedict.. 5 3 CADETTES SOUTH St. Anthony .. 8 0 St. Paul ...... 2 St. Francis ... 6 2 Holy Family. O Lourdes ..... 4 4 CADETTES NORTH Christ King .. 8 0 St. Plus ..... 3 St. Catherine.. 6 2 St. John ..... 0 St. Luke ..... 3 5 CADETrES EAST St. Joseph ... 7 I fatima ....... 3 St. Teresa .... 6 2 St. Margaret O Sacred Hrt B. 4 4 Boys' basketball BANTAMS NORTH St. LuRe ..... 6 O St. Murk .... 2 Lady Lake ... 5 1 St. Matthew . 1 St. CatherlneP 4 2 SI. John ...... @ BANTAMS SOUTH St. Joseph ... 6 0 BI Sacrament 2 St. Anthony.. 5 1 St. CatherlneG 1 Assumption .. 4 2 St. Bernadetle 0 Sacred Hearts 3 3 MIDGETS WEST St. Luke G... 8 0 Fatima ....... 2 St. Alpheasus 7 1 St. CatherlnuG 1 St. John ...... 6 2 61 Sacrament. 1 St. Margaret S 3 St. Benedict . O St. Anne ..... 4 4 MIDGETS EAST Sacred Hearts 7 1 Holy FamllyK 3 St. Joseph ... 7 1 AssumptlonW 2 SH Villa ..... 6 2 St. Teresa ... 1 St. Louise ... S 3 Cathedral .... O MIDGETS SOUTH St. Bernadette 8 O St. George ... 3 St. Anthony .. 7 1 Briscea ...... 3 St. Paul .... 6 2 Lourdes ...... 1 Holy Rosary ..3 5 Holy Family . O MIDGETS NORTH Assumption R S 0 St. Mark ..... 3 St. Plus ...... 7 1 St. Matthew . 3 Lady Lake ... S 3 St. Luke a .. 1 St. CatherlneP S 3 Christ King . O SPARTANS SOUTH Recaps of latest games follow: st. Joseph .... 8 O St. Francis ... 3 St. Monlca 4 4 St. CatherlneO, DRAMATIC FRIDAY St. Benedict .. 4 4 St. Luke G ... O ST. MARTIN'S 81, WHITE PASS 57. Sacred HeartB 3 5 High for the Rangers: Jim Hannam, SPARTANS NORTH 28; for the Panthers: Gary Johnson, 21. Halfllme: 37-30, St. Martin's. East Central League in Randle. SEATTLE PREP 51 EVERETT 41. High for the Panthere: Steve Conklin, 15; for the Seagulls: Roger altar, 20, and Deonls Erlcksan, 14. Hulfllme: 22-19, Prep, Western Conference at Prep. CASCADE 63, BLANCHET 33. High for the Brulns: Blaine Ellis, 18, and Lou Stevenson, 15; for thu araves, Jim Bourgotte, 8. Hal)time: 29-13, Cascade. WC ,n Everett. LINCOLN 45, BELLARMINE 37. High for the Abes: Dennis abchholz, 20, and Dave Carr, 14; for the Lions: Joe Lynn, 22. Hal)time: 22-19, Lincoln. Tacoma City League and Capital League at Bellarmlne. HAPPY SATURDAY BLANCHET 61, BELLINGHAM 56. High for the Braves: Steve Slngham, 24, and Gone Duncan, 11; for the Red Raldors: Norm Chamberlain, 25. Half- time: 31-25, Blanchot. WC at Blanchet. SIGNIFICANT TUESDAY SEATTLE PREP 70, BLANCHET 5& High far the Panthers: Jim Yanker, 27, Stove CnaKlln, t4, Dennis DOT- retcague, 12, and Tom Gorntan, 10; for the Braves: Geao Duncan, 19. Haifflme: 30-22, Prep. NCA, Seattle Catholic city playoff and WC at SU ST. MARTIN'S 93, YELM 28. High for the Rangers: Jim Hannam, 25, and Dan Snyder, 10; for the Tornadoes, Art kefebvre, 12. Halftlme: 43-2h St. Martin's East Central League at St. Martin's. MOUNT TAHOMA 64, BELLARMINI= 54. High for the T-Birds: Art Smith, 24; for the Lions: MIke Tretton, 14, and Fred Westgate, 14. Half time: 29-25 Mount Tahoma. TCL and Cap. L at Sellarmlne. Tacoma results Girls' basketball L SPARTANE'ITES 3 Holy Cross 19, Holy Rosary 9. 3 All Saints 14, St. Patrick 12. CADETTES All Saints 20, St. Ann 13. 3 St. Patrick 22, Sacred Heart 9. 4 s Bays' basketball MIDGETS . 6 St. Leo Blue $2, St. Frances Whites 2. 7 St. Frances Reds 25, Holy Cross 4. St. Ann 15, Sacred Heart t4. St. Patrick 29, Holy Rosary 18. L SPARTANS 8 st. Patrick 47, Holy Rosary 27. St. Frances 25, Holy Cross 13. CADETS S St. Leo 39, St. Patrick 38. 8 VIsltatlnn 35, Holy Cross 26. Holy Rosary 23, St. Patrick Whites 21. Sacred Heart 29, Beliarmlne Cub Whites S 26. 8 All Saints 32, Bellarmine Cub Blues 28 SeaH'le results 4 Girls' basketball s SPARTANETTES 6 St. Joseph 21, St. Benedict iY. CADETTES 4 Lady oflhe Loke 20, Assumption 14. 5 61essed Sacrament 20, St. Anne 19. 6 St. Teresa 34, Sacred Heart (B) 31. St. Anthony 25, Lady of Lourdes 11. St. Francis 23, St. Paul 20. L Christ the King 17, St. John S. 7 St. Luke 2S, St. John 6. 7 Christ the King 38, St. Catherine lY. 8 St. Joseph 20, Lady af Fallmu tH. Bays' basketball s BANTAMS 6 Assumption 48, St. BernadeHe 13. 7 St. Anthony 2S, Blessed Sacrament 20. s MIDGETS St. Louis 15, Holy Family 2. 5 Brlscoo 26, Holy Family (K) L. 5 St. Paul 26, Sacred Heart (B) . 7 St. Bernadette 38, St. Teresa 11. 8 St. Plus 22, Lady of Lourdes 9. St. Joseph 33, St. Luke Blues 17. $ St. Anthony 43, St. Mark 24. 5 St. Matthew 34, Cathedral 19. 7 St. Catherine Purples 26, Assumption 8 Whites 5. Sacred Heart VIIlu 23, Lady of the Lake 2t. 5 Assumption Reds 32, HuJy Rosary 7. 7 St. John 33, St. Anne 15. 8 St. Alphonsus 25, St. Margaret 8. st. Luke Golds 40, St. Benedict 7. s SPARTANS 6 St. Alphonsus 33, St. Matthew 24. 7 Assumption 38, Lady of the Lake 25. St. John 2t, St. Catherine Purples 1S. St. Benedict over St. Luke (forfeit) St. Joseph st, St. Catherlna Golds 14. 6 Sacred Heart (B) 24, St. Luke Golds . 6 St. Francis 29, St. Mortice . 6 s CADETS St. Luke 35, Assumption 25. St. Matthew 32, St. Mark 21. S Christ the King 36, St. Catherine :IS. 6 St. John 23, Lady of tho Lake 17. 7 St. Anthony 53, Holy Family (K) 19. S St. Teresa 3S, St. Lealse 25. St. Monlca 31, Immaculate 17. St. Joseph 30, Mount Virgin 16. 5 St. Paul 27, Brlscae 23. 6 St. Bernadette 33, Holy Rosary 20. 6 St. George 30, Lady of Lourdes iS. 8 St. Edward 28, St. Francis 26. Lady af Fatima 43, St. Anne 22. St. Margaret 27, Blessed Sacrament 111. 4 St. Alphonsus 28, St. Benedict 25. 6 Sacred Heart Villa 30, Cathadrnl 24. 6 s SOPHOMORES St. Joseph 37, Immaculate 36. Assumption 3S, St. Catherine 20. St. Loulso over St. Luke (forfeit) S St. Monlca 30, Holy Rosary 28. 6 d SENIORS Blessed Sacrament 40, Holy Family (K) 31. 6 St. Joseph 59, Lady of Fatlmo 3S. 6 St. Teresa 33, Immaculate 17. 7 Holy Family 49, St. Munlca 27. Holy Rosary 33, St. Bernadette 29. St. Paul 43, Lady Of Lourdes 20. 5 St. Anthony 45, St. Francis 26. 7 St. Luke SO, St. Mark 26. Christ the King 42, St. Catherine 14. , 8 St. John 42, Lady of the Lake 14. Assumption 30, St. Margaret 27. Assamptlon .. 8 0 SI. Catherine. 3 St. Alphonsus. 6 1 St. Matthew . 2 St. John ...... 6 2 St. Luke 6... 1 Lady Lake ... S 2 CADETS EAST St. Anthony .. 8 0 Holy Family K 2 St. Joseph ... 7 1 MS. Virgin ... 2 St. Monlca ... 6 2 St. Louise ... 2 St. Teresa ....5 3 Immaculate .. 0 Sacred HeartB 4 4 CA:ETS WEST Fatima ...... 8 0 St. Alphonsas. 3 SH Villa ..... 7 I Cathedral .... 2 St. Margaret. 6 2 St. Anne ..... , Sl Sacrament 4 4 St. Benedict . 0 CADETS SOUTH St. Paul ...... 8 0 St. Fruncls ... 3 Briseao ....... 7 1 Holy Rosary. 2 St. Edward .. 6 2 St. George ,., 2 Holy Family.. 4 4 Lourdes ...... 0 St. Bernadette 4 4 CADETS NORTH Lady Lake .... 6 2 Assumption .. 4 St. Mark ...... 6 2 St. Catherine 2 St. John ..... S 3 Christ King .. 2 St. Luke ..... 5 3 St. Plus ..... 0 St. Matthew S 3 SOPHOMORES Assumption... 8 0 Holy Rosary. 3 St. Monlca ... 7 t St. Calherlne 2 SL Joseph ... $ 3 St. Louise ... 2 Immaculate .. 4 4 SENIORS SOUTH St. Paul ..... 8 0 Lourdes ...... 2 Holy Rosary . 7 1 St. Francis .. 2 St. Anthony .. S 3 St. Bernadette 1 Holy Family . 4 4 SENIORS NORTH Christ King .. 7 1 St. Cathurlnu. 2 St. Margaret . 6 2 St. Mark .... 1 St. John ...... S 2 Lady Lake ... 0 St. Luke ..... 4 4 SENIORS EAST BI Sac'men) .. 7 1 Immaculate .. 2 st. Teresa .... 6 2 St. Monlca ... 2 St. Joseph ... 5 3 Holy Fam K . 0 Fatima ....... 4 4 Marian Workshop Tacoma standings Girls' basketball SPARTANETTE S All Saints .... 4 20 Holy Cross .. 2 4 St. Patrick ...- - Holy Rosary . 0 CADETTES St. PalricK .. 7 0 Holy Cross .. 2 S All Salnte .... 5 2 Sacred Heart. 0 8 St. Ann ...... 4 3 Boys' basketball MIDGETS St. Patrick ... 7 0 Sacred Heart 3 4 Holy Rosary . 6 2 St. Frances W 2 St. Lea ....... S 2 St. Ann ...... I 6 St. FrancesR S 2 St. Leo W ... 0 7 Holy Cross .. 4 4 SPARTANS St. Patrick .. 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