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ER NEWS Page 8 tkjo grapplers lose opener; win at Bisbee beaten by earlier in the day. "Overall, it was an ex- tremely long day. We had some fantastic individual effort," Cue said, "but overall we didn't wrestle very well." Cue also predicted "Billy Voris hasn't won many matches yet, but he will. If everybody was as intense as he and Jesse are we wouldn't have any problems at all," Cue ad- ded. "They're winners even when they lose. The Raiders will travel to Sahuarita Wednesday night and go to the Buckeye Invitational Friday and Saturday before breaking for the holidays. Coolidge results 98 Miguel No,ales pinned Murillo :28 105 John Lane pinned by Gonzales 4:59 112 Jesse Cauthren pinned Ortega 1:59 119 Gary Hellyer pinned by Gonzales 2:46 Red Raider wrestlers lost their home opener to Coolidge last week 35-50, then went to the Bisbee In- vitational and placed six wrestlers in the top four spots in their weight brackets. The big surprise of the tournament, according to Coach Rick Cue, was 119 pound sophomore Gary Hellyer, who went as a manager and would wrestle only if Oscar Ramirez could not make weight. Hellyer did wrestle, and finished second. "It was totally unexpected and an enor- mous morale booster," Cue said. Milton Avalos also wrestled well in the tour- nament, his only loss a 6-1 decision to the defending state champion from Ben- son. Jesse Cauthren avenged his only tour- nament loss by decisioning Romero of Willcox in the consolation finals Sunday night. He beat Romero by the same score he was D.J. Music 126 Paul Martinez pinned Kellams 3:38 132 Joel Felix lost dec to McKim 12-10 138 Billy Voris lost dec to Brooks 12-8 145 Joel Lane pinned Morago 1:40 155 Vino Celaya lost dec to Kellams 10-3 167 Milton Avalos lost dec to Frazier 10-4 179 Herbie Felix pinned Freeman 1:53 191 George Montijo lost sup. dec. to Johns 15-3 HW Ajo forfeits to Hun- sicker Bisbee Results 98 Miguel N0gales dec Luna of Douglas 14-6 pin- ned by Velasquez of Morenci 2:30 placed 2nd 105 Billy Morago pinned by Moulinet of Douglas 2:36, pinned Pizano of Bisbee 4:34, pinned Gon- zales of Tombstone 2:42, lost dec to Moulinet of Douglas 8 - 0 112 Jesse Cauthren lost dec to Romero of Willcox 10-6, pinned Gates of Ben- son 3:00, major decisioned Aruayo of Bisbee 13-2 dec Romero of rVillcox 10-6 placed 3rd. 119 Gary Hellyer pinned Duncan of Nogales 5:00 pinned Hinton of Willcox 3:35, pinned by Ritchey of Bisbee 1:37 placed 2nd 126 Paul Martinez dec Mayberry of St. David 9-4 lost dec. to Gose of Willcox 9-5, won by default by Gonzales of Bisbee pinned by Sherman of Benson 3:43 placed 4th 132 Joel Felix lost dec to Henry of Benson 7-1, dec Batista of Douglas 7-1, dec Bolin of Willcox 13-7, lost dec to Henry of Benson 7-1 Placed 4th 138 Billy Voris pinned by Wales of Nogales 3:48 pinned Amick of St. David :30, lost dec to Garcia of Douglas 13-7. Joe Lane pinned Barrios of Nogales 4:02, lost dec to Vaughn of Tombstone 10- 9, pinned by Foreman of Willcox :36. 155 Vino Celaya pinned Nyquist of Willcox 5:01, lost dec to Overton of Ben- son 7-0, pinned by Chavez of Morenci 5:47. 167 Milton Avalos pin- ned Ruiz of Morenci 3:42 lost dec. to Imbruglio of Benson 6-1, pinned Jeffrey of Nogales 1:57, pinned Encinas of Willcox 4:37 placed third 179 Herbie Felix lost dec to Simental of Nogales 8-0, lost dec to Roberts of Ben- son 8-2 191 George Montijo pinned Anderson of Tom- bstone 1:21, pinned by Gamez of Benson 2:11, pinned by Ochoa of Douglas 1 : 15 Thursday, December 16, Raiderettes Ed Buckeye31- 30 The Ajo girls basketball team won its second game, of the young season, bv defeating Buckeye 31 to 30. Ajo had to come from behind in the last quarter to gain the victory. Lydia Castillo hit a short jump shot with five seconds left in the game and then the Raiderettes had to contain the Buckeye last shot ef- fort. The game was well played and both teams played with intensity until the final buzzer. Carrie Castilio was Ajo's leading scorer, with 12 points, followed by Lydia Castillo and Veronica Garcia with 7 points each. Defensively Ajo did a good lob of con- taining the Buckeye often- se. "The girls played ex- tremely hard to shut down Buckeye and they proved to themselves that if they work hard for forty minutes and always hustle, iOiOiOiOiOiOi V.F.W. and CHILDRENS CH PARTY Friday, December 17 ieieieieieieieie that good things Buckeye has an team in the AA ce, and is physical. We've to a good start, but improve day by prove our skill Coach Jim Dunlap mented. Bowling Early Bird Busy Bee's 18 Penny Savers 17 Alley Warmers 16 Morning Stars 14 Slow Polks 7 High Game Bustamante 204 Series Marta Cubiila.' Dr. the Aj, 1331W.CI, Mon., |o:. 4pmto6pm 6:30 Post No. Copper TV 733 N. 2nd Ave. Stereo Components Bedroom Sets Serta Mattresses & Box Springs Dinettes Microwave Ovens Lamps Pictures "" Layaways Available .. Now is the time to buy when everything is discounted