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32-31. That was a tight game if there ever
was one. The Terrors set the pace with the
start of the gun. Both teams went to it: do or
die. With the score favoring one team one
minute and the other team the next the spec-
tators were on the edge of the seats and cheer-
ing at the top of their voices. In the last few
seconds Mize dashed under the basket and
bucketed the leather bound sphere for the final
lead. The Bulldogs went back to Pueblo still
retaining their esteemed place in the dog house.
l The Trinidad Miners were next and last.
They were determined to strike it rich but for
all their efforts they were squelched with a
score of 35-23. This was the Terror's last
league game and the team turned in a nice
game, Proctor, Trester, and Mize pot shooting
quarter: then both teams were held to a 27
score at the gun. In the overtime period that
followed there was much frantic and desperate
playing on both parts. But with superhuman
effort the Terrors wedged through College
High's defense to score five points. The final
score was 32-28. However, the quintet had to
bow in defeat to the powerful Vikings who
also took the state championship.
l As the Terrors had completed a splendid
basketball season with a clean slate and had
added another championship banner to hang
with the football banner, they anxiously cast
their eyes on a winning track season.
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at will. The next day the new South Central ?errors Tigers ,,.,,,,. ,44,,.,,, 2 3
- 1 - errors Wildcats .. ........ 12
League banner hung in the Terrors lair, not Terrors Panthers mm--17
marred by even one defeat. Terrors Miners ..,,,, ,,.,,,,. 2 0
Terrors Wildcats ........ 22
l The Terrors were now the League con- Terrors SP?ffanS ---- --------- 1 2
I Terrors Wildcats ....., .....,,.. l 6
tenders for the state meet. In the first round Terrors Wildcats II ,,,,.-4. 12
of the tournament C. S. H. S. was matched Teffofs Pimfhefs -------- -------- 1 2
I I I I Terrors Tigers ......,. ,,,... . .20
against their old rival, College High of Greeley. Terrors Miners .,--,, --21
This game proved to be the best of the whole Terrors BLEMOQS ---- -------- 3 1
I Terrors Miners ...... .,,,.... 2 3
contest. Greeley led the score until the fourth
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trained quintet displayed their best form of the
year, clinching the game from the start. Wil-
son and Trester were high point men. Final
score was 40-16 as the Terrors rounded out
the first half of the league season with an
unblemished record. Six games down and six
l That following week the Terrors again
matched their wits with the Pueblo Wildcats
as they started on the second half of the league
schedule. And so for two successive times the
Wildcats were treed. Both teams had an im-
penetrable defense. Central was held down
to some extent but on the other hand the
Terrors with Mize virtually on a spree, began
hitting. With a score of 26 to 12 there were
seven down, five games to go for a perfect
l The Terrors next walloped the Walsenburg
Panthers 42 to 12 for their eighth consecutive
victory in hoop play. The Terror triumverate,
Wilson, Trester and Mize, oozed through the
Panther man-to-man defense for score after
score right under the basket. Meanwhile
Haynes and Parker in the back court held the
Walsenburg forwards to four field goals. The
Panthers again lost their second game to the
l We next added to our clean sweep of the
South Central League the Canon City Tigers
who had previously held us to an overtime
game. The game started with a bang. Gradu-
ally the Terrors pulled away and led the score.
Even in the second half as the Tigers tightened
their defense, they could not stop the rampag-
ing Erpsmen. Final score 37-20, we.
I The Terrors again tangled with the Salida
Spartans who put up a bigger fight than was
expected, and the C. S. H. S. quintet had to
turn on full steam to lead the score. lt was
all the Terrors could do to fight back the rally
that the Spartans put up in the second half. But
the Terrors finally ended on the long end of
the 28-21 count.
l Un the 25th of February we played the
Centennial Bulldogs for the second time of
the season and emerged with a victory of
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COACH ERP5 QLIAMME MIZE PARKER HAYNES GLEFFE PROCTOR TRESTER
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FIRST ROW tleft to rightl: Elliott, Thomas. Adcr, Hazlctt, Spoor, Parker, Yoder, Walker, Evancich.
SECOND ROW: Coach Preston, Fisher, Scott, Hood, Green, Denny, Espander, Coach Iohnson, Kilpatrick.
THIRD ROW: Meyers. Boatright. Dickerson. Shandrick, Tritt. Cunningham. Davis. Rozzlr.
ABSENT FROM PICTURE-Stimits. Smith, Whetstone, Edwards, Luce, McKnight.
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l Running true to form the Terror tracksters
brought home the bacon, the South Central
League Track championship, thus climaxing
a year in the field of sports with three new
championship banners. Under the untiring
efforts of coaches Iohnson and Preston, such
stellar cindermen as Ader, 440 king: Stimits,
premier sprinter: Parker, ace javelin many
Elliott, crack broad jumper, and many other
consistent point winners mounted the steps of
victory to win for C. S. H. S.
l Starting the season off with the Trinidad
Iunior College meet, the track team showed the
results of their rigorous training. In the 120
yard hurdles, Spoor placed second to spur the
Terrors on to first place honors. Most of our
points were obtained from second and third
places. There were, however, two firsts,
namely: Stimits, the undisputed king of the
cinders who broke all previous records for the
220 yard dash, and Walker who heaved the
eight pound shot-put for a winning throw of
41 feet, 7 inches. And so it was that the
Terrors chalked up their first track victory.
I The next goal in sight, and one that would
add much prestige to the winning school, was
the South Central League meet. Coaches
Iohnson and Preston picked the cream of the
crop to journey to Pueblo to enter in the
friendly competition with the League. Stimits
added two more victories to his laurels by
virtue of winning both the 100 and 220 yard
dash. Spoor turned in a nice performance for
a win in the 120 high hurdles and the discus
throw. Luce placed the shot-put for 41 feet,
7 inches, and none could meet this challenge.
To top off the meet, the Terrors' crack relay
team, Scott, Denny, Whetstone, and Ader,
placed first in the medley. Another South
Central League victory was in the Terrors
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