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Q November 26, 1975 The Borah Senator, Boise, Idaho Cagers to face Pocatello on Dec. 5 to open season Varsity basketball season gets Borah the most trouble along "'We look real good so far. under way Dec. 5 when Borah with Boise, he said, adding that We've got the speed, but here ineets the Pocatello Jndians in Pocatelh). The Lions have four returning lettermen this year-- Brian Barkdull, Ty Conner, Cory Per- kins and Bob Hollingsworth. "Our strength however will be our exceptional quickness and speed," commented head coach Steve Van Ockcr. "We just hope to wear out a few ball clubs," he added. Meridian will probably give elsewhere in the conference again we hick the height" Van Idaho Falls is strong ahmg with ()cker said. Hig01and. GAA shows enthusiasm The Girls Athletic Associa- tion, under the direction of Melissa Jefl'ries, president; and Mrs. Laurie Burke, adviser, has experienced more enthusiams this year than ever before. Sign-ups are still open. Meet- ings are being held every other Tuesday in the girls' locker rOOlll. Better meeting facilities arc being investigated, however, according to the adviser. This year GAA has many goals including fund-raising drives such as car washes, bake sales, and other activities. Page 7 Jock talk Lions No. 1 in SIC by Nancy Phillips Varsity griddcrs set three unajor goals at the beginning of the 1975 season: beat Capital, es- tablish an undefeated record and become the new Southern Idaho Conference champions. The Lions accomplished all of their endeavors. Later in the season, Borah set a goal to defeat Highland, a needed victory to ensure the champion- ship. They once again came "through. The Lions ended the season with an 1 I-0 record, one game of which was a 31-22 victory over Capital. They regained the SIC crpwn for the first time since 1971. The seniors of this year's var- sity boast a 28-I three-year rec- ord with the single loss coming at the hands of the Capital Eagles last year. The Lions were de- feated 35-14. in their sophomore year, the senior gridders of this year relished an 8-0 record. The Lions displayed fine talent in every game this year. From the beginning of the season it seemed obvious that Borah would once again reign as the SIC champion and pave the way for future Lion teams to dominate the SIC. the unbeaten team? The new rule gives teams less incentive to strive for an undefeated season if there is a possibility fi)r them to be in the playoffs anyway. Perhaps the holder of the best record in the SIC should play the team with the best record in the northern portion of the state. Then, maybe, a true state champ- ion could be found. W-fly W-k-k Borah placed seven members of their Sovthern Idaho Confer- ence championship team on the All-City roster. Senior quarter- back Scott Richardson was sing- led out as the best signal-caller in Boise. He completed 82 of 141 passes for 1,433 yards and hit 58 percent of his passes for 17 touchdowns. Derek Rudd, one of Richard- son's favored receivers, captured a spot on the All-City team too. He caught 42 passes for 687 yards in regular season action. Hal Baird, a speedster from Borah, chalked up 931 yards as a running back to find his place on the team. Defensively, the Lions placed tour- linebacker, Bob Eason, end, Jeff Mooney, tackle, John ' ' ' ' ' Schreiner and safety, Mark MacGregor. The flew mandatory SIC play- off game rule is unfair and unreal- istic. Why should two teams, one undefeated and the other with a 9-1 record, play off for the number one spot when the reason the second team has one loss is because they were defeated by Honorable mention players named from the Borah offensive team were Ron Howard, Keith Pflegar, Greg Youmans and Ced- ric Minter. Ken Newman and Steve Belnap were the defensive choices from the Lion grid squad. by Kevin Butler "This is one of our great foot- ball teams," eon"lented coach Dec Pankratz after the Lions' 28-14 victory over the Highland Rams. THE KEY has always been to play and execute well and you'll win. Borah did that and much more. They went I I-0, the first time any Lion team has ac- complished that feat. Everyone could sense that Borah had the talent. "'Of cottrse we had some bad games -- everyone does. The dif- ference is the mental attitude of the kids," added Coach Pan- kratz. Attitude must' have been the prevailing factor since the Lion gridders squeezed by a tough Boise squad and handily defeated Pocateilo and Highland in their own backyards. Borah stopped Capital's running attack and froze Highland's passing ability in two games. They stymied de- lenses with their versatility and Trophy winners in the recent field hockey and volleyball competition are (back) Kris Ablin, Moat Award Valuable, and Laura Hibbs, Most Improved in field hockey; (front) Debbie Hall, Most Inspirational and winners Pare Davis, Most Valuable, volleyball. Missing is Shannon Russell, Most Improved, volleyball. (Photo by Mark Hayes) Gymnasts get third The Borah girls gymnastics team placed third in the State In- vitational Meet in the Capital gym with a total of 140.6 points. Capital captured first with 163.62 and Boise was second with 148.24. Borah placed a girl in every event except the optional all- around award. Sheila Milligan placed" second in compulsory bars, sixth in compulsory vault and third in the compulsory all- around. She also placed fifth in optional bars. Sue Williams placed second in the compulsory beam, sixth in optional floor and eighth in op- tional beam. Loree Shockey finished sixth in compulsory bars and Terie Horn placed second in compulsory floor. Liz Mc- Dougali finished sixth in optional vault. son. Although we had very little time to work on optionals, we still had some nice routines, especially on the beam and floor," commented Coach Shan- non Page. "Our compulsory were our strongest routines and were al- ways the biggest point Winners that kept us in the three," she said. I ,,iv .v ..r ,qr ,,F .. ,11 .IF I..qF .lr .v ..F 0 Billiard Golf 7071 Faintiew . Family FUN Center Many otfier fun games: Air Hockey Music FOOIball Billiards And the Newest Pinballs Apd Arcades in Idaho. IUN.. 1111UlI.: 11 s.m.-ll p.m. FIL4AT.: 11 am.- I am. offenses winced at the sight ofthe "The girls had a real good sea .............. Borah defense. '--- " !1 " " ! The SIC ,s tough and there are "" Cluff S House of H,-F, * many talented players in it but as M -- -- . [] ' , H rIeCOra$1 U the Lions proved Nov. 14 Boran u , , ,, is Number I. 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