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KEITH WILKES, SANTA BARBARA HIGH STAR is
"AAAA" C.I.F. BASKETBALL PLAYER OF 1 9 7 0
FOR RELEASE: TUESDAY, MARCH 24TH. . . a n d
after
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K e i t h Wilkes, 6-6 and 170-pound senior forward for Santa Barbara's
dandy Dons, was the Helms Board's unanimous choice as "AAAA" CIF
Player of the Year for 1970 as All-Southern California Board of
Athletics met at Helms Hall to make its annual all-star team selections.
There were several top MVP candidates, any one of whom would have made
a good choice in any other year, but Wilkes, leading championship drives
in CIF playoff action over the past two seasons had no serious pretenders to his rightful MVP throne.
An all-Channel League selection over the past three years — two
at Ventura High and one at Santa Barbara — the wonderful Wilkes got
Ventura High as far as the semi-finals last year, as he averaged 20.7
points from his center position. This year, moving to Santa Barbara
with his family (his father, a minister, was transfered) Wilkes was
moved to forward by Don coach Jack Trigueiro where he performed in
championship fashion for the second straight year.
Moving out from under the basket to his new forward position in
1970, Wilkes elevated his average to 24.1 points in 27 games, 26 of
which were a string of victories carrying through the season to the
semi-finals of the "AAAA" playoffs. Going virtually untested in the
Channel League, the Dons came into the playoffs with a perfect record
and atop the high school ratings. They commenced to whip some classy
competition. ..Santa Monica (74-6l), Morningside (58-56), and Notre Dame
(74-52) before running afoul of the well disciplined Millikan Rams. The
Dons got rammed, 66-53•
In the four playoff games Wilkes scored 28, 28, 25 & 17 points,
falling below his average against Millikan due in part to a sprained
ankle. Over the season Wilkes averaged 16 rebounds per game (430 in
27) and 130 assists.
For having been named for Player of the Year honors, Keith Wilkes
will receive the Helms medallion award at the 33rd annual All-Southern
California Board of Basketball awards program to be held at Helms Hall
on Saturday morning, April l8th, at 10:30 a.m. All players named for
all-star team honors, along with their coaches, will be special invited
guests on this big occasion.
Top team honors in "AAAA" Division basketball for 1970 went to
coach Howard Lyon< s Millikan Rams....a well-rounded, well-disciplined
team that played well at both ends of the court and failed to read the
opposition's press clippings.
The Rams wound up 28-3 on the year, whipping some of the Southlands best quintets. Moore League champions, Millikan upended Dominguez (63-56), Pioneer (57-53), Sunny Hills (64-47), Santa Barbara (66-53)
and Pacific League upstart Monrovia in the finale, 68-37...in as onesided a title game as can be recalled.
In dominating "AAAA" CIP play in 1970, Millikan placed three
performers on the all-star teams. Classy center Dave Frost was a 1st
team selection, while guard Dan Peters and forward Richard Plante were
2nd and 3rd team selections respectively.
Palos Verdes, another strong contender for top "AAAA" billing,
a had a banner year on the hardwood. Coach John Mihaljevich's Sea Kings
bumped Buena (73-5]+), West Covina (63-53), Compton (49-45) and were
then edged by Monrovia 53-52 in an "anybodys" game.
With a wealth of individual talent in the "AAAA" Division, only
four schools placed more than one performer on the honor teams. Led
by champion Millikan's three, Santa Barbara, Palos Verdes and Sunny
Hills landed two players each.
Keith Wilkes, Marc Palmer and Bill Ingram are back from last
year's first team, while Pius X guard Thomas Perrato, a 2nd team pick
in 1969, was named to the 3rd team this year.
For the 19th year, the AMP-VOIT Rubber Corporation will again
present miniature basketballs to the honored CIP players in all divisions. As they have so kindly done in past years, representatives of
VOIT BASKETBALLS AWARDED TO ALL-STARS AT
33RD ANNUAL AWARDS PROGRAM SAT. APRIL 18
Voit will be on hand at Helms Hall to honor those players named for
honors by the Helms Hall Board. Coaches of honored players and other
1970 - ALL-SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. "AAAA" DIVISION BASKETBALL TEAMS
POS. P L A Y E R
S C H POL,
HGHT WGHT YEAR
F. *KEITH WILKES . . . . SANTA BARBARA . . 6-6 170 Sr.
F. SCOTT KAY
PACIFIC
6.2 180 Sr.
F. #MARC PALMER
CRESCENTA VALLEY. 6-5 200 Sr.
F. JOHN PARKER
MONROVIA
6-3 165 Sr.
F. *BILL INGRAM
MORNINGSIDE . . . 6-5 185 Sr.
F. JAN VAN BREDA KOLFF. PALOS VERDES. . . 6-6 180 Sr.
C. DAVE FROST
MILLIKAN
6-5 197 Sr.
C. DAN BRODERICK. . . . WESTMINSTER . . . 6-6 200 Sr.
G. HANK BABCOCK . . . . NOTRE DAME. . . . 6-5 185 Sr.
G. BIFF BURRELL . . . . COMPTON
6-1 165 Jr.
SECOND
TEAM
F. DARRELL GUMM . . . . PASADENA
6-5 175
sr.
F. TOM O'MARA
LOYOLA
6-6 188 Sr.
F. HARIAN PEET
NORTH TORRANCE. . 6-4 185 Sr.
F. BILL THOMPSON, . . . RAMONA
6-2 l?0 Sr.
C. FRANK DEHN
SUNNY HILLS . . . 6-11 190 Sr.
C. DON FORD
SANTA BARBARA . . 6-6 175
Jr.
G. DAN PETERS
MILLIKAN. . . . . 6-0 155 Sr.
G. LONNIE SMITH . . . . SANTA MONICA. . . 6-3 175 Sr.
G. SCOTT FISHER . . . . MIRA COSTA. . . . 6-3 175 Sr.
G. JEFF BUTLER
SOUTH HILLS . . . 5-9 150 Sr.
THIRD
TEAM
F. WALTER CAMPBELL. . . BUENA
6-3 175 Sr.
F. JERRY PERISHO. . . . CALIFORNIA. . . . 6-5 180 Sr.
F. KIM SWAIM
SUNNY HILLS . . . 6-5 170 Sr.
F. BILL KOLODZIEJCZAK . WEST TORRANCE . . 6-4 215 Sr.
C. TIM STARE
PALOS VERDES. . . 6-9 225 Sr.
C. PAT BOYER,
ROLLING HILLS . . 6-6 160 Sr.
G. ROBERT HUBBARD . . . BLAIR
6-2 170 Sr.
G. ALEX TERRAZAS. . . . PIONEER . . . . . 6-2 160 Sr.
G. **THOMAS FERRATO . . . PIUS X
6-0 175 Sr.
G. RICHARD PLANTS . . . MILLIKAN
6-3 180 Sr.
G. PETE MILLER
TROY
6-1 150 Sr.
* 1st Team 1969
# 2nd Team 1969 ** 2nd Team "AAA" 1969
PTS.
651
656
596
454
675
418
551
729
399
285
CK
27
26
28
29
28
27
31
30
22
20
AVG.
24.1
25.2
21.3
15-7
24.1
15.5
17.8
24.3
18.1
14.3
373
708
403
541
572
412
355
520
524
319
29
27
26
27
26
27
29
28
27
25
12.9
25.8
15.8
24.1
22.4
15.2
12.6
18.5
19.8
12.3
415
436
494
367
385
378
545
545
468
427
469
24
25
26
22
27
27
22
28
24
29
26
17.2
17.4
19.2
18.2
17.5
17.2
24.8
19.6
19-5
14.7
18.1
ALL-SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA BOARD OF BASKETBALL 1970 ~
Ralph Alexander - L.A. City Schools
Phil Pattern
- Santa Barbara News-Press
Al Ames
- Glendale News-Press
Mannie Pineda - Arcadia Tribune
Claude Anderson - San Bernardino Sun
Ken Pivernetz - Long Beach Press-Tel.
Hugh Baker
- Orange County News
Garland Rose
- Riverside Press-Ent..
Steve Brand
- L.A. Herald-Examiner
Joe Smilor
- Pomona Progress-Bulletin
Tom Coulter
- San Pedro News Pilot
John Strey
- Whittier News
Robert Cuomo
- The Citizen-News
Will Watson
-. Pasadena Star News
Avrum Dansky
- L.A. Times
Tyler Welshimer - San Gabriel Valley Trib.
Bill Gillis
- Antelope Valley Press Eddie West
- Santa Ana Register
David Lopez
- Huntington Park Signal Wayne Wilson
- Van Nuys News
John Marrs
- Ventura Star Free Press Frank Mazzeo
- Van Nuys News
Mike Waldner
- South Bay Daily Breeze Buddy Dyer
- Helms Hall (Secretary)
Mike Pardridge - Santa Monica Outlook
Bill Schroeder - Helms Hall (Chairman)
PAST ALL-SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA BOARD OF BASKETBALL PLAYERS OF YEAR
1938 Stuart Lewis
Whittier
1956 Jerry Pimm
.Montebello
1939 Bob Howard
Poly, L.B.
Jim Hanna
Poly, L.B.
1940 Ed Gillean
.Poly, L.B.
1957 George Van Vliet
Whittier
1941 Horace Brightman...Wilson, L.B.
Alvin Claiborne
.Mt. Carmel
1942 Irving Noren
.Pasadena
1958 John Rudometkin
Santa Maria
1943 Alan Grimley
Glendale
1959 Darrell Sutherland... .Glendale
Bob Hobbs.
Orange
1960
Thomas Dose.
Glendale
1944 Richard Robins
Poly, L.B.
1961 Fred Goss
Compton
1945 Richard Barnes.....Hoover, S.D.
1962 Douglas Bolcom
Arcadia
1946 Hugh Stewart.......South Pasadena 1963 Loy Peterson
Anaheim
1947 Houston Faulkner...Anaheim
1964 David Lawyer
Oxnard
1948 Bob Johnson
Whittier
1965
Lynn Shackelford
Burroughs
1949 Wayne Kopren
..Whittier
1966 Chuck Moore
Poly, L.B.
1950 Mark Costello
El Monte
Trent Gaines
Poly, L.B.
1951 Ronald Bane
Alhambra
1967 Dana Pagett
El Segundo
1952 George Selleck
Compton
1968 Paul Westphal
Aviation
1953 Bill Bond
St. Anthony
1969
Larry Hollyfield
Compton
1954 Larry Hauser
Mt. Carmel
1970 Keith Wilkes
Santa Barbara
1955 Fred Crabtree
Covina
UNITED SAVINGS - HELMS ATHLETIC FOUNDATION
RAYMOND LEWIS, VERBUM DEI GUARD, SELECTED
TOP C.I.F..."AAA" BASKETBALL PLAYER IN '70
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R a y m o n d Lewis, classy little guard who led coach Caldwell Black's Verbum Dei
Eagles to the "AAA" Division basketball title for 1970, was named Player of
the Year in triple "A" play when members of Helms Athletic Foundation's AllSouthern California Board of Athletics met at Helms Hall last week to make their annual all-star team selections.
Coach Black calls his star performer "the best guard in the CIF" and Helms
Board members certainly agreed with him in naming Lewis for "AAA" MVP honors. A 1st
team "AA" selection last year when the Eagles from Verbum Dei won the double "A" top
spot over Katella 90-87, Lewis came back strong in 1970 to average 21.3 points per
contest over their 28-game season. Only a junior, Lewis was the MVP in the Santa
Fe League and wound up on the all-league team with three of his teammates....Bob
Walters, Adrian Chivers and Mike Blackshire. Walters and Blackshire were also named
to the "AAA" CIF honor teams along with Lewis.
The Verbum Dei Eagles literally flew over all opposition in the playoffs.
First victim was Beverly Hills (98-82) and then came North Riverside (77-55); Villa
Park (113-97), Rancho Alamitos (94-75) and Fermin Lasuen in the finals, 77-69. A
remarkably high scoring team during the season; the Eagles set a new CIF Southern
Section single-game scoring mark during the regular season against Pater Noster.
The score was 134-73 bettering the old high-water mark of 129, which was scored by
Compton in a 1968 win over Lynwood, 129-41.
This marks the 33rd year that Helms Athletic Foundation has sponsored AllSouthern California Board of Athletics, which annually names all-star teams in the
major high school sports. All players named for honors on this year's "AAA" teams
will receive special scroll awards. Player of the Year Ray Lewis and his coach Caldwell Black will also receive special medallion and silver tumbler awards at the 33rd
annual awards program to be held at Helms Hall on Sat., April 18th at 10:30 a.m.
All-star team selections made over the past 33 years are the result of much
hard work, time and effort expended by Southern California sports journalists. The
Board has served the youth of the Southland loyally since 1937.
1970 - ALL-SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA "AAA" DIVISION BASKETBALL TEAMS — 1970
POS. P L A Y E R
SCHOOL
HGHT WGHT YEAR
PTS. G^ AVG.
F. ROBERT GROSS . . LASUEN
6-6
190
Jr.
437 28 17-2
F. MIKE LAMBERT . . POMONA
6-4
190
Sr.
812 29 28.2
F. *RICK BALES . . . MORENO VALLEY. . . 6-2 180
Sr.
709 24 29.4
F. JIM ANDERSON . . RANCHO ALAMITOS. . 6-5
190
Sr.
546 26 21.5
C. MARK DEKKER. . . SANTIAGO
6-9
200
Sr.
512 28 18.3
C. GUY HARDING. . . RIGHETTI
6-8
220
Sr.
425 24 15-3
G. **RAYM0ND LEWIS. . VERBUM DEI . . . . 6-0
160
Jr.
594 28 21.3
G. ROBERT WALTERS . VERBUM DEI
6-1
165
Sr.
517 28 18.4
G. RICHARD GROSS. . LASUEN
6-3
190
Sr.
467 28 16.6
G. LANCE ARMSTRONG. RIGHETTI
6-0 170
Sr.
425 24 17-7
SECOND
TEAM
F. ELTON ROSS . . . KENNEDY, BARSTOW . 6-2 170
Sr.
642 25 25.0
F. BRAD DEAN. . . . LA MIRADA
6-4
175
-?r.
575 25 23.0
F.
FRED COKER . . . AVIATION
6-5 175
Jr.
495 30 16.2
F. MARK OLSON . . . VILLA PARK . . . .
6-0
165
Sr.
415 30 13-3
C. BILL BOYD. . . . FOOTHILL
6-7
200
Jr.
657 27 25.0
C. BART LEBON . . . MIRALESTE
6-5
165
Sr.
361 26 13.8
G. JAMES MONTAGUE . AVIATION
5-11 l6l
Sr.
462 30 15-6
G. #RICK ABEREGG . . KATELLA
5-10 160
Sr.
688 25 27.5
G. DAVE CUMBERLAND. SANTA MARIA. . . . 6-0
165
Sr.
454 26 17-4
G.
JIM TOUGH. . . . BEVERLY HILLS. . . 6-1
170
Sr.
580 24 24.1
THIRD
TEAM
F. JOHN ZOROTOVICH. LASUEN
6-4
160
Sr.
467 28 16.6
F. TOM POKORSKI . . NORTHVIEW
6-3
170
Jr.
269 29
9.2
F. GENE STEWART . . LA SALLE
6-2 180
Sr.
573 24 23.8
F. JOHN VIBOCH. . . ST. MONICA . . . . 6-4
185
Sr.
560 24 23.3
C. **MIKE BLACKSHIRE. VERBUM DEI . . . . 6-5
210
Sr.
462 28 16.9
C. JERRY MARAS. . . PACIFICA
6-5
189
Jr.
558 24 22.0
G. KEN HAY
CHINO
6-2
l?0
Sr.
425 24 17-7
G. PAUL HERNANDEZ . VICTOR VALLEY. . . 6-1
180
Sr.
436 24 18.2
G. TOM JACKSON. . . BASSETT
6-3
176
Sr.
669 26 25-7
G.
JACK KELCH . . . SANTIAGO
6-5
185
Sr.
496 28 19-1
* 1st Team 1969 ** 1st "AA" Team 1969 # 2nd "AA" Team 1969
RAY PRICE, TEMPLE CITY, & BRIAN HEUBLEIN,
PASADENA POLY, TOP "AA" & "A" PLAYERS IN
C.I.F. BASKETBALL FOR 1970 SEASON.....
FOR RELEASE: THURSDAY, MARCH 26TH
and after *****DO NOT BREAK RELEASE DATE!!!)
A
pair of record Breakers head all-star basketball teams selected by Helms
Athletic Foundation's All-Southern California Board of Athletics at the
board's annual round ball meeting at Helms Hall.
Temple City's Ray Price set a single-season and career scoring mark at his
school, with 835 points in 23 games for a 36.3 point average. He amassed 1,381 points
over two years, for a 29.4 average. He also collected a flock of league and singlegame marks. Price shot 60% from the floor & had an 86% mark from the free-throw line.
Pasadena Poly's Brian Heublein was a landslide winner of MVP honors among
CIF "A" Division all-star team members. Brian set a new GIF single-season mark with
a 41.2 average in 23 games. He scored 947 points over the year. Brian was the Prep
League's MVP for the second year and, along with the "AA" MVP Ray Price, finds himself on the ALL-CIF first team for the second year in a row.
Wilson High of La Puente won the "AA" title and is represented on the allstar team by seniors Tom Bauer and Gary Blahnik, who both sported l7-point averages.
Hacienda League co-champs, Wilson knocked over Bloomington, Santa Paula, Palm Springs
and Arroyo Grande on the way to the championship. It was 45-41 in the finale for
coach Karl Weiglin's Wildcats.
Single "A" champion Harvard, coached by Dan McFadden and represented on the
honor team by seniors Steve Hoch and Doug Econn, bested Chadwick (85-43), St. Joseph
(66-49), Paraclete (74-63), Notre Dame of Riverside (54-41) and Trona (54-52) on the
title-winning trail.
All players named for all-star team honors will be recipients of Helms scroll
awards and Players of the Year Ray Price and Brian Heublein and title-winning coaches
Karl Weiglin and Dan McFadden will receive medallion and silver tumbler awards respectively. All-star teams follow:
1970 - ALL-SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA "AA" DIVISION BASKETBALL TEAMS - 1970
POS. P L A Y E R
S C H O O L
HGHT WGHT
YEAR
PTS. G. AVG.
F. *RAY PRICE . . . TEMPLE CITY
6-6
180
Sr.
835
23 36-3
F.
DAN LINTNER. . . ARROYO GRANDE
6-3
165
Jr. 479
26 18.4
F. *LARRY BRINGHAM . H A R T
6-4
190
Sr.
412
26 15-8
F.
TOM BAUER. . . . WILSON, LA PUENTE . . . 6-6
180
Sr.
504
30 16.8
C.
CHARLES WHITING. WALNUT
6-7
185
Sr.
590
29 20.3
C.
RICK WALLER. . . YUCAIPA
6-5
170
Sr.
509
24 21.2
G.
LARRY HOLLAND. . PALM SPRINGS
5-10 165
Jr. 449
24 18.7
G.
DAVE YANEZ . . . FILLMORS
5-10 155
Sr.
388
26 14.9
G.
GARY BLAHNIK . . WILSON, LA PUENTE . . . 6-1
165
Sr. 459
27 17-0
G.
BILL SERRANO . . WORKMAN
5-9
155
Sr.
520
26 20.0
S E C O N D
TEAM
F.
DAVID FREEMAN. . SANTA YNEZ
6-2
195
Jr354
23 15-4
F.
MARK JONES . . . BELL GARDENS
6-2
180
Sr.
572
26 22.0
F.
CASEY LASLEY . . NORDHOFF
6-3
175
Sr.
449
22 20.4
F.
JIM WATERMAN . . HEMET
6-3
170
Sr.
503
24 20.9
C.
RANDY ANDERSON . M0RR0 BAY
6-4
I85
Sr.
358
25 14.3
C.
BOB EMETT. . . . LA CANADA
6-8
185
Sr.
444
23 19-7
G.
ART HARRIS . . . PALO VERDE, BLYTHE. . . 6-2
165
Sr.
520
27 20.6
G.
BILL GALLIS. . . SIERRA VISTA
6-0
160
Sr.
589
22 26.7
G.
STEVE O'DELL . . WALNUT
5-10 145
Jr.
345
29 15.0
G.
TOM McCOURT. . . SANTA PAULA
6-1
170
Sr. 421
24 17-6
* 1st Team 1969
1970 - ALL-SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA "A" DIVISION BASKETBALL TEAM
F.
RICK PETERSON. . T R O N A
F. *BRIAN HEUBLEIN . POLY, PASADENA
F.
STEVE HOCH . . . HARVARD
F.
BOB THOMSON. . . DESERT
C.
GEORGE KORSON. . NOTRE DAME, RIVERSIDE .
C. JIM RUCKS. . . . CUYAMA VALLEY
G.
RALPH BOBIK. . . RIM OF WORLD
G.
JOHN MacMEEKEN . G A T E . . . . . . . .
G.
JIM STRONG . . . BIG BEAR
G.
DOUGLAS ECONN. . HARVARD . . . . . . . .
G.
RAY CARTER . . . TRONA
G. *RANDY KUMPE. . . AMBASSADOR
* 1st Team
1969
*
*
6-2
6-2
6-2
6-1
6-3
6-3
6-6
6-2
6-2
6-0
5-11
6-2
*
185
175
170
170
180
210
170
170
165
165
145
160
-
1970
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
435
94?
488
372
546
265
625
542
509
348
262
480
29
23
28
25
28
14
25
22
20
29
29
24
15.0
41.2
17.4
14.8
20.0
18.9
25.0
24.6
28.0
12.0
9-1
20.0
GREG LEE, RESEDA HIGH SCHOOL, NAMED MVP IN
L.A. CITY BASKETBALL FOR_SECOND YEAR IN'70
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DO NOT RELEASE PRIOR TO SAT.. FEB. 7
p.m.
Gregory Lee who, under the coaching leadership of his father
Marvin Lee, has directed the Reseda Regents to the top of the
West-Valley League heap over the past three seasons, was a unanimous selection as Los Angeles City Basketball Flayer of the
Year for 1970 as members of the Helms Athletic Foundation's selection
Board met to make their annual all-star team selections.
Lee, who was recipient of similar honors last year, was a standout performer again in 1970. Greg scored more points than any other
player in city league action this past season with 290 points in 10
games. Greg's coach and father was most candid in his evaluation of
this year's top prep performer. "Should repeat as Player of the Year
in the city," was coach Lee's simple and direct comment.
Greg has been a classy performer on the hard court for three
seasons, having been a third-team all-city selection as a sophomore
when he averaged 20 points per game. Last season he boasted a 27.3
point-per-game average as city Player of the Year. His scoring totals were most impressive this season (29 point avg.), but his assists
and rebounding were of equal importance. Greg averaged nine assists
and 8 rebounds per contest.
Reseda won the West-Valley League title with a perfect 10-0 mark
and stormed into the playoffs hoping to nail down its first city roundball title. The crown had escaped the Regents last year as Palisades
beat them in the finals. And the West-Valley champs were on their
way toward this goal with wins over Fairfax 70-69, and Locke, 86-71.
Then came Palisades in the semi-finals and the Regents lost again to
the Dolphins, 65-60.
Although Reseda pulled down individual honors, contributing the
city's MVP, Greg Lee, and another first teamer in Gary Franklin, who
was also all-city timber last year, it was the Jordan High Bulldogs
that captured team honors.
Under coach Bobbie Brown the Bulldogs won 18 straight games in
1969-70...a perfect season. City champions in 1966 under coach John
Randolph, this year's team ran, pressed and shot its way through all
opposition, averaging over 100 points per contest in league play and
then blowing over four tournament opponents in quick order.
The Bulldogs, which under coach Brown's two-year regime have an
astounding 33-1 record, whipped Monroe (108-69), Taft (80-70), Dorsey
(76-52) and Palisades in the finale (64-53)....demonstrated that none
of its opponents could cope with Jordan's two-platoon, run and press
tactics. Jordan placed three performers on the all-city teams —
Preston Scott, John Jones and Phaynes Reeda — on first, second and
third respectively.
League champions in the eight city loops were as follows:
CHAMPION
LEAGUE
C O A C H
RECORD
LEAGUE RUNNER-UP
JORDAN
EASTERN
BOBBIE BROWN. .. .10-0 B E L L ( 7-3)
L O C K E
MARINE
BOBBIE POUNDS...10-0 NARBONNE (8-2)
LINCOLN
NORTHERN
ELISEO NINO
9-1 MARSHALL (6-4)
BELMONT
NORTHERN
TOM ARIMA
9-1 MARSHALL (6-4)
JEFFERSON
SOUTHERN
LARRY HANSON
9-1 DORSEY-FREMONT (7-3)
CRENSHAW...... WESTERN
JIM RYAN
8-2 PALISADES (7-3)
G R A N T
EAST-VALLEY. .BILL McKEE
10-0 FAIRFAX (8-2)
GRANADA HILLS. MID-VALLEY...BARRY BASS
10-0 MONROE (7-3)
R E S E D A . . . WEST-VALLEY. .MARVIN LEE
10-0 TAFT (6-4)
Thirteen schools are represented on this year's all-city basketball all-star teams. Champion Jordan placed three performers, one on
each of the three clubs, while Reseda, which whipped Dorsey 62-56 for
third place in city playoff action, had two representatives. Dorsey
and Locke also had two players named to the all-star teams, while
city runner-up Palisades placed one performer.
For the first time in 1970, the Helms selection board named players without thought of position. Since most coaches now employ a
rotating form of offense and defense, it was the board's feeling that
to assign players positions served little purpose.
Pick up all-city teams on following page.....
ALL-L.A. CITY HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL TEAM SELECTIONS FOR 1970
F I R S T
YEAR
YEAR
AVG
R E S E D A
R E S E D A
J O R D A N
JEFFERSON
D O R S E Y
GRANADA HILLS
6-4
6-5
6-3
6-6
6-4
6-1
1%
175
185
185
185
165
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
29.0
2^.2
13.1
23.8
29.1
21.1
L O C K E
J O R D A N
D O R S E Y
C R E N S H A W
B E L L
HOLLYWOOD
6-4
5-11
6-5
6-1
6-0
6-5
180
165
183
165
155
165
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
16.9
1^.5
22.0
19.8
23.8
25.5
T H I R D
TEAM
RUBEN BALLES.
L I N C O L N
6-2
175
DUANE BONNER
F R E M O N T
5-7
132
PHAYNES REEDA
J O R D A N
6-2
180
AL NELSON
CLEVELAND
6-0
170
#DOUG KING
PALISADES
5-11 160
ROBERT WHITE
L O C K E
6-0
165
* 1st Team '69 ... + 2nd Team '69 ... # 3rd Team '69
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
22.8
22.1
10.6
22.8
8.2
13.5
*GREGORY LEE
+GARY FRANKLIN
PRESTON SCOTT
GLENN McDONALD
PAUL CALDWELL
JOHN GIBSON
S E C O N D
TEAM
FRED ANTWINE
JOHN JONES
KEN GRAY
ALFONSO BRIGHAM
PAT KING
GEORGE WEIDER
S C H O O L
HGHT
WGHT
LOS ANGELES CITY LEAGUE PLAYERS OF THE YEAR
BY HELMS HALL BOARD...
P L A Y E R
S C H O O L
L E A G U E
AVG.
C O A C H
ALFONSO BRIGHAM CRENSHAW
WESTERN
19*7? JIM RYAN
RUBEN BALLES... LINCOLN
NORTHERN
22.8 ELISEO NINO
PRESTON SCOTT. . JORDAN
EASTERN
13.1 BOBBIE BROWN
GLENN McDONALD. JEFFERSON
SOUTHERN
23-8 LARRY HANSON
PAUL CALDWELL.. DORSEY
SOUTHERN
29.1 GEORGE HAMILTON
FRED ANTWINE... LOCKE
MARINE
16.9 BOBBY POUNDS
GREGORY LEE... . RESEDA
WEST-VALLEY.... 29.0 MARVIN LEE
JOHN GIBSON.... GRANADA HILLS.. MID-VALLEY
21.1 BARRY BASS
GEORGE WEIDER.. HOLLYWOOD
EAST-VALLEY.... 25.5 BARRY LUNDY
All-League Players of the Year, as well as those players named for
All-Los Angeles City recognition, will be presented with special Helms
scroll awards at the annual basketball awards ceremonies to be held
later this spring. Helms medallions will also be presented to those
named as Players of the Year. Coach Bobbie Brown will be recipient of
the special "Silver Tumbler" award as the top city coach of 1970. In
being named top player in L.A. City ranks for the second straight year,
Greg Lee became only the third* player since 1938 to score a double.
Jefferson's Billy McGill was named Player of the Year in both 1957 and
1958, while Sam Robinson, also of Jeff, was a double winner in 1965
and 1966.
LOS ANGELES CITY BASKETBALL PLAYERS OF YEAR...1938-1970
1938 John Mandic
Roosevelt
1955 Don Pino
.University
1939 DickLindsley
Eagle Rock - 1956 Sterling Forbes....Jordan
1940 Dick Frey
Banning
1957 Billy McGill
Jefferson
1941 Gilbert Turnbull
Hamilton
1958 Billy McGill
Jefferson
1942 DeringtonGartrell...Banning
Willie Thomas
Jefferson
1943 Vic Larson
..Washington
1959 Henry Johnson
Fremont
1944 Dan Ducich
Los Angeles
Jack Hirsch.
Van Nuys
1945 BobKloppenberg
Marshall
1960
JoeCaldwell
Fremont
1946 DickMcFarland
Manual Arts
1961 Gail Goodrich
Polytechnic
1947 Al Linnick
Fairfax
1962 Tony Horton
University
1948 Dick Saner
Venice
1963 Edgar Lacey
Jefferson
1949 Chet Noe
Washington
1964 Walter Simon
Roosevelt
Don Eby
Washington
1965 Sam Robinson.......Jefferson
1950 James Powell
Polytechnic
1966 Sam Robinson
Jefferson
1951 J.C. Gipson
Jefferson
1967 Curtis Rowe
.Fremont
1952 Willie Naulls
San Pedro
1968 Ronald Riley
Jordan
Earl Battey
Jordan
1969 Gregory Lee
Reseda
1953 James Kaufman
Los Angeles
1970 Gregory Lee
Reseda
1954 Lee Harmon
University
MEMBERS OF ALL-LOS ANGELES BOARD OF BASKETBALL SELECTION COMMITTEE FOLLOW:
AVRUM DANSKY - Los Angeles Times
STEVE BRAND
- Los Angles Herald-Examiner
WAYNE WILSON - Valley News
TOM COULTER
- San Pedro News-Pilot
DAVID LOPEZ
- Hunt. Park Signal
MIKE WALDNER - So. Bay Daily Breeze
BOB CUOMO - Valley Times-Citizen News MIKE PARDRIDGE - Santa Monica Outlook
BUDDY DYER
- Helms Hall, Sec'tary JERRY WEINER - City Schools, Adviser
BILL SCHROEDER - Helms Hall, Chairman BOB GUERRERO - N.E. Newspapers, Adviser
HOLLYWOOD'S GEORGE WEIDER HELMS BOARD PICK
AS EAST-VALLEY PLAYER OF YEAR ON HARDWOOD
FOR RELEASE:
TUESDAY, FEB. 3 ... and after
"Great" is the adjective Hollywood coach Barry Lundy uses to describe his star
— ' 6 - 5 , 165-pound guard and the Helms Board agreed as it named the East-Valley
League's leading scorer loop MVP for the 1970 season. There was also support
for a couple of other star performers for MVP honors by league coaches, including
Verdugo Hills' John Halverson, Floyd Cawthon of Fairfax, and Grant's Carl Kleinman.
Welder scored 255 points in ten games for the Sheiks, although his team could
do no better than share a tie for third place with North Hollywood and Verdugo Hills
at four wins and six losses. Grant won league laurels with a perfect 10-0 record,
with Fairfax in the runner-up spot with an 8-2 mark. Sylmar finished in the basement with 0-10.
Both Grant and Fairfax were bunped in the playoff's first round. Taft eliminated the Grant Lancers 71-64, while Fairfax was being edged by Reseda 70-69.
For the first time in 1970, the Helms Board named its teams without assigning
players to definite positions. With the various rotations now being employed by
most basketball coaches, the Board felt that trying to fit players into set positions
was of doubtful value. The all-league teams follow:
* * * F I R S T
T E A M . . . .All-East Valley League - 1970
PLAYER
*JOHN HALVERSON...
ADRIAN TANN
FLOYD CAWTHON....
GEORGE WEIDER....
CARL KLEINMAN....
* * * S E C O N D
S C H O O L
VERDUGO HILLS....
FAIRFAX
FAIRFAX
HOLLYWOOD
GRANT
HGHT WGHT
6-5
170
6-3
175
6-2
165
6-5
165
6-7
160
YEAR
AVG.
Senior 18.3
Soph.
18.0
Senior 17.9
Senior 25.5
Senior 12.4
TEAM
PETE FABER
NORTH HOLLYWOOD... 6-3
185
LARRY HOROWITZ... GRANT
6-6
185
*DAN SMITH
GRANT
6-5
165
CEDRIC BELL
HOLLYWOOD
6-5
145
MARK POLAN
GRANT
6-4
175
# 2nd Team Selections in 1969
Note: Players not designated by position for
Senior
Junior
Senior
Senior
Senior
17.0
12.0
13.7
15- 0
10.6
1st time in 1970
LOCKE'S FRED ANTWINE WINS MVP VOTE IN
MARINE LEAGUE BASKETBALL FOR '70 SEASON...
L o c k e High School's Fred Antwine, the league's third-high scorer, was acclaimed
as Player of the Year in Marine League action, as members of the Helms Hall
prep selection board met for its annual roundball picks. Working in cooperation with league coaches, the selection of Antwine, who led Locke to a perfect 10-0
season and the loop crown, was unanimous.
Narbonne placed second in final league standings (8-2), followed by Carson
(6-4), San Pedro (3-7), Banning (2-8) and Gardena (1-9). Locke advanced to the
second round in tourney play, while league runner-up Narbonne was knocked off in the
opening round by Jeff, 100-78. Locke whipped Lincoln, 62-57, and then went out at
the hands of Reseda, 86-71.
There were no repeaters on this year's All-Marine contingent. All players
named for honors, as has been the case since 1938, will be recipients of scroll
awards...with Fred Antwine receiving the Helms medallion award for having been acclaimed MVP in the league. Teams follow:
F I R S T
T E A M
All-Marine League - 1970
P L A Y E R
DON GILLENWATER..
FRED ANTWINE
ROBERT WHITE
RICHARD WATSON...
DONELL NEAL
* * * S E C O N D
S C H O O L
SAN PEDRO
LOCKE
LOCKE
NARBONNE
NARBONNE
TEAM
HGHT WGHT
6-1
170
6-4
180
6-0
165
5-6
182
6-0
166
YEAR
Senior
Senior
Senior
Junior
Senior
AVG.
18.5
16.9
13.5
19.8
16.3
BILLY MALLORY.... LOCKE
6-3
170
Junior
15.7
BILL KILGORE.... CARSON
6-1
?60
Senicr
14.7
KELVAN WILLIAMS.. BANNING
6-2
" 65 Junior
10.2
MIKE BURCH
NARBONNE
5-H 155
Senior
11.7
BOB SEWELL
CARSON.
6-0
160
Senior
15.5
Note: No repeaters from last year's All-Marine League Teams
No designated positions for players for 1st time in '70
CRENSHAW S ALFONSO BRIGHAM PICKED WESTERN
LEAGUE'S TOP ROUND BALLER, FOR 1970 SEASON
FOR RELEASE: WEDNESDAY, FEB. 4 ... and after
Crenshaw High's Alfonso Brigham who, as the league's leading scorer (19.8 avg)
led coach Jim Ryan's five to the Western League crown with an 8-2 record, received majority backing from coaches and Helms Board members alike as he was
named for MVP honors in the annual Los Angeles City league roundball selections
conducted at Helms Hall. With the cooperation of league coaches, these selections
have been carried on since 1938 by the Helms Athletic Foundation Board.
Crenshaw High edged Palisades for the number one spot in league play by one
game...as the Dolphins finished the regular season with a 7-3 record. Venice (6-4),
Westchester (3-7), University (3-7) and Hamilton (3-7) finished behind the Crenshaw
and Palisades crews in that order.
The Western League did well in playoff action as the Dolphins went to the playoff finals beating Belmont (79-67), Jefferson (76-66) and Reseda (65-60)...before
going under 64-53 in the title game to the Jordan Bulldogs. Crenshaw dumped Bell
in the first round of playoff action, 96-77, but was then edged by Dorsey, 71-69All-league teams have been selected by the Helms Board, with the good cooperation of Los Angeles coaches, since 1938. All players named for honors receive
scroll awards at the close of each season.
* * * F I R S T
T E A M
All-Western League - 1970
P L A Y E R
S C H O O L
HGHT
WGHT
YEAR
AVG.
JAY HANSETH
PALISADES
6-3
160
Senior
2t).. 2
+ALF0NS0 BRIGHAM.. CRENSHAW
6-1
16$
Senior
19.8
*SCOTT ALEXANDER.. VENICE
6-3
PERRY BROWN
CRENSHAW
6-1
*DOUG KING
PALISADES...... 5-11
* * * SECOND
TEAM
SID BROWN
.WESTCHESTER....
BRUCE BONYNGE.... UNIVERSITY
GREG WHITE.
PALISADES
LEE YOUNG
VENICE
MEL ARTERBERRY. .. CRENSHAW
* 1st Team Selection in '69 ...
5-9
6-3
6-8
6-5
6-4
+ 2nd
17$
165
160
Senior
Senior
Senior
Ik.6
l6.5
8.2
150
Senior
180
Senior
200
Junior
220
Senior
185
Junior
Team in '69
17.8
l$.l
22.7
12.0
15- 5
GLENN McDONALD (JEFF) & PAUL CALDWELL
(DORSEY) SHARE SOUTHERN LEAGUE MVP IN 1970
Glenn McDonald of league title-winning Jefferson and Dorsey's Paul Caldwell
were named to share MVP honors in the always tough Southern League, as the
annual all-star teams were released by Helms Athletic Foundation. Selection
of the teams is made by the Helms Board of prep sportswriters in cooperation with
the league coaches.
Paul Caldwell, who led Dorsey to a runner-up tie with Fremont in league play,
wound up with the city's best average (29.1 in 8 games), while Glenn McDonald of
Jeff was number two in league scoring behind Paul with 238 points in 10 games. Coach
Hanson calls McDonald "the city's best and has played every position for us." Coach
George Hamilton of Dorsey refers to Caldwell in glowing terms and also to 6-6, 190pound Ken Gray, whom he calls "the best player in the city."
The Southern League representatives did well in city playoff action. Runner-up
Dorsey beat Mid-Valley champs Granada Hills (78-76), Western League champs Crenshaw
(71-69), but then fell to eventual city title-winners Jordan (76-52). Jefferson,
always a title contender, blackjacked Narbonne (IOO-78) in the first round, but was
then upset by Palisades (76-66). All-star teams follow:
* * * F I R S T
T E A M
All-Southern League - 1970
P L A Y E R
S C H O O L
+GLENN McDONALD..
PAUL CALDWELL...
KEN GRAY
DUANE BONNER....
DARRYL STEEN
JEFFERSON
DORSEY
DORSEY
FREMONT
JEFFERSON
* * * S E C O N D
T E A M
HGHT
WGHT
YEAR
AVG.
6-6
185
180
190
135
205
Senior
Senior
Senior
Senior
Senior
23.8
29.1
22.0
22.1
lij.. 3
6-4
6-6
5-7
6-5
*GREGORY WALKER.. MANUAL ARTS
6-3
1 8 0 Senior
18.0
CALEB HARRIS.... WASHINGTON
5-H
160
Senior
10.0
GREGORY ALLEN. .. FREMONT
5-11
li).5 Senior
16.0
TOM LIPSEY
JEFFERSON..
6-8
210
Junior
H)..^
LANDERS HUBBARD. LOS ANGELES
6-3
215
Senior
l5-2
x 2nd Team Selection in '69 ... + 2nd Team All-Eastern in '69
GRANADA HILLS' JOHN GIBSON SALUTED AS TOP
MID-VALLEY BASKETBALL PERFORMER FOR 1 9 7 0
FOR RELEASE:
*
THURSDAY, FEB. 5 ... and after
J o h n Gibson, coach Barry Bass' star forward and Mid-Valley League scoring
champion, was acclaimed as the loop's top player for 1970 by league coaches
and Helms Board members alike as annual roundball all-star team selections
were made at Helms Hall. Gibson, who averaged over 20 points per game for the Highlanders, is hailed by his coach as "a team player and outstanding in every way...he
can go entire game and is extremely coachable."
The Highlanders wound up atop the Mid-Valley League ladder with a perfect
10-0 mark, but were edged in the first round of the playoffs, 78-76 by Dorsey.
Runner-up Monroe (7-3) did little better, as the Vikings bumped into the Jordan
buzz saw, 108-69, in first-round action. The placing of other teams was San
Fernando (6-4), Poly & Birmingham (3-7) abd Van Nuys (l-9).
Board members making the annual league and all-city selections are Avrum
Dansky (LA Times), Wayne Wilson (Valley-News), David Lopez (Huntington Park Signal),
Bob Cuomo (Valley Times-Citizen News), Steve Brand (IA Herald-Examiner), Tom Coulter
(San Pedro News-Pilot), Dan McLean (South Bay Daily Breeze), and Mike Pardridge
(Santa Monica Outlook). Jerry Weiner and Bob Guerrero assist the Board as advisers,
* * * F I R S T
T E A M
All Mid-Valley League - 1970
P L A Y E R
S C H O O L
HGHT
JOHN GIBSON
GRANADA HILLS.. 6-1
BRUCE BATTLE
SAN FERNANDO... 6-3
PAUL HAUGEN
GRANADA HILLS.. 6-3
*DOUGMAYS
SAN FERNANDO... 5-10
ROBERT CHRISTENSON MONROE
6-4
* * * S E C O N D
T E A M
MARK HANSON
VAN NUYS
6-4
RUSS ROBINS
MONROE
5-11
SCOTT BRODEK
GRANADA HILLS.. 6-0
KEN ENGER
BIRMINGHAM
6-2
STEWART KOPS
P O L Y
6-5
3- 2nd Team Selection in 1969
Note: No designated positions for first
WGHT
165
167
ISO
l5l
173
YEAR
Senior
Junior
Senior
Senior
Senior
AVG.
21.1
20.3
16.7
16.6
18.6
190
161
160
180
200
Senior 11).. 9
Senior l5.9
Senior 12.6
Senior 1^. 9
Senior 13.7
time in 1970
RUBEN BALLES, LINCOLN HIGH FORWARD, PICKED
TOP ROUNDBALL PLAYER IN NORTHERN LOOP IN 70
Lincoln High School's Ruben Balles, winding up league action as top scorer
with 228 points and member of the co-championship team along with Belmont,
was the league's MVP for 1970 by vote of both coaches and Helms Board members, as annual basketball all-star team selections were made at Helms Hall. Ruben
led the Railspitters to a 9-1 season, as the Belmont Sentinels were matching Lincoln's record.
Teams finishing behind the co-champs were Marshall (6-4), Franklin and Wilson
(3-7), with Eagle Rock at (0-10). Both Northern Loop entrants in the playoffs went
out early....Lincoln bowing to Locke, 62-57, and Belmont going under to Palisades,
79-67.
Two Lincoln players, MVP Balles and Robert Duran were named to the all-star
second team in 1969. No other players repeated from last year's all-stars. League
all-stars will receive special scroll awards from the Helms Board, while Ruben
Balles will be recipient of the Helms medallion as MVP of the league for 1970.
* * * F I R S T
T E A M
All-Northern League - 1970
P L A Y E R
*RUBEN BALLES
ROMAN CISNEROS....
RICHARD ALONZO
OSCAR MESTA
JOHN CARRILLO
* * * S E C O N D
S C H O O L
HGHT
WGHT
LINCOLN
LINCOLN
BELMONT
BELMONT
MARSHALL
TEAM
6-2
6-3
5-9
6-2
6-5
170
153
lijD
170
185
Senior 22.8
Junior 11.9
Senior 18.7
Senior 16.8
Senior 18.7
6-2
6-4
5-11
5-11
6-2
160
195
160
150
176
Junior
Senior
Junior
Senior
Junior
MARCO ROJAS
BELMONT
KEVIN O'BRIEN
MARSHALL
*BOB DURAN
LINCOLN
HECTOR BERUMAN.... LINCOLN
CHARLES McBURNEY.. FRANKLIN
* 2nd Team Selections in 1969
YEAR
AVG.
13.9
20.6
12.9
13.6
16.8
GREGORY LEE, RESEDA GUARD, REPEATS AS TOP
WEST-VALLEY BASKETBALL PLAYER FOR'70 SEASON
FOR RELEASE:
FRIDAY, FEB. 6 ... and after
Gregory
Lee, Reseda Regents star guard, was a unanimous selection as the WestValley League Player of the Year for the second straight year by vote of loop
coaches and Helms Hall Board members as the annual all-star team picks were
made at Helms Hall. Lee, at 6-4 and 185 pounds, did an outstanding job for his coach
and father, Marvin Lee leading Reseda to its third league crown in as many years...
although in 1968 they shared the honor with Canoga Park and Taft. Lee scored more
points than any other city player this year in league action...290 in 10 games...
although he finished second average-wise to Dorsey's Paul Caldwell (233 in 8 games,
for a 29.1 avg.).
Behind Reseda in league came Taft (6-4), Chatsworth (5-5), Cleveland and Canoga
Park (4-6) and EL Camino Real (1-9). Canoga Park was forced to forfeit three games,
which knocked them out of second place. In playoff action Reseda got through two
engagements — Fairfax (70-69) and Locke (86-71), before losing to Palisades, 65-60.
Taft knocked off Grant 71-64, before losing to Jordan, 80-70.
All players named for honors will be recipients of Helms scroll awards. Greg
Lee, as league Player of the Year, will receive the Helms medallion award.
* * * F I R S T
T E A M
P L A Y E R
S C H O O L
*GARY FRANKLIN.... RESEDA
LARRY DeANGELO... T A F T
DON JACKSON
CHATSWORTH
+GREGORY LEE
RESEDA
AL NELSON
CLEVELAND
* * * S E C O N D
All West-Valley League - 1970
HGHT
WGHT
YEAR AVG.
6-5
17$
Senior 24.2
6-3
ISO
Senior 12.$
6-$
200
Junior 13-$
6-4
18$
Senior 29.0
6-0
170
Senior 11.4
T E A M
DEAN FERREE
CANOGA PARK
DAN ELVESTER
CLEVELAND
JEFF BRIGGS
CANOGA PARK
RICHARD SQUAR.... T A F T
LARRY LIVESEY.... RESEDA
* 2nd Team in '68 & 1st Team in
+ 1st Team in both 1968-69
Note: No position designations
6-$
6-7
$-7
$-9
6-6
'69
200
190
13$
14$
18$
Senior
Senior
Senior
Senior
Junior
13.3
22.4
13.9
lk.l
8.7
for first time in 1970
JORDAN HIGH'S PRESTON SCOTT WINS ACCLAIM AS
" EASTERN LOOP'S BEST IN 1970 BASKETBALL PLAY
_
P r e s t o n Scott, leader of coach Bobbie Brown's Eastern League and Los Angeles
City champion Jordan Bulldogs.was the Player of the Year choice for 1970 as
all-star team selections were made at Helms Hall. Although coaches and Board
members alike assessed Jordan High's success in 1970 as one of "just too many horses"
it was agreed that 6-foot, 3-inch Preston Scott was the "juice" that made coach
Brown's team percolate through 18 straight games without defeat this season.
;
Although Scott's average was a modest 13.1 points per contest, no one on coach
Brown's 10-man juggernaut set the world on fire point-wise. Six Bulldogs were in .'
double figures for the year, however, which points up why Jordan averaged over 100^
points per game. Jordan, followed in league by Bell (7-3), Garfield (5-5), Roosevelt
(4-6), Sotuh Gate (3-7) and Huntington Park (1-9), stormed through the city playoffs
beating Monroe by 39 points (108-69), Taft by 10 (80-70), Dorsey by 24 (76-52) and
Palisades by 11 (64-53). Brown's Bulldogs were never really tested in the playoffs,
as Jordan lost interest in the finals after they'd run up a 45-16 lead at halftime.
* * * F I R S T
T E A M
All-Eastern League - 1970
P L A Y E R
S C H O O L
HGHT
WGHT YEAR
AVG.
PRESTON SCOTT
JORDAN
6-3
18$ Senior 13.1
i
PHAYNES REEDA
JORDAN
6-0
16$ Senior 10.6
:
STEVE SWINNEY
SOUTH GATE
6-$
18$ Senior 18.7
JOHN JONES
JORDAN
$-10
160
Senior 14. $
PAT KING
BELL
6-0
l$0
Junior 23.8
* * * SECOND
TEAM
EDWARD BUCHANAN... JORDAN
6-1
l$0
Senior 13.4
VINCE GUERRERO.... GARFIELD
5-11
14$ Senior 16.2
MARC PINCOCK
HUNT. PARK. ...6-1
160
Junior 18.4
BILL HUGHES
BELL
$-10
16$ Senior 18.3
RICHARD POKORSKI.. B E L L
6-4
17$ Junior 16.6
& No repeaters from last year's All-Eastern Loop team....
Note: No position designations for players for 1st time in '70
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