vs. Bowling Green
Tomorrow, 1 p.m.
Ray Fisher Stadium
N CAA Basketball Championship
Indiana vs. Syracuse
Tonight, 8 p.m.
The Michigan Daily
Monday, March 30, 1987
Cooley upsets Southwestern
By ROB LEVINE with Southwestern. This time they Southwestern in scor
Through six years and one came to play. They played average of over 20 poin
overtime the jinx continues. extremely well and we were had only six points gc
Detroit Southwestern (27-1) lost fortunate to win." fourth period and was
in the Class A Final Game at Two of Cooley's three losses points before fouling o
Crisler Arena for the sixth year in a this season were to Southwestern. remaining in the game.
row - this time to rival Detroit But Kelso believed his Cooley team In the final period S
Cooley (24-3) - 82-77 in overtime had improved since they fell to forward Doyle Callahan
Saturday afternoon. Southwestern. team back from a defi
"I was blessed to win," said "We had a different type of He scored inside, outsi
Cooley coach Ben Kelso. offensive attack," said Kelso. "The the line, as he pumped
SOUTHWESTERN coach last time we had Earl Stark taking in the quarter, nearly
Perry Watson put the loss in it out of the bounds. This time we game-high 26. Callahan
perspective. "Psychologically, had the guards taking it out of Prospectors with 10 reb
(beating them twice) could have bounds." A bench technica
been a factor. I might think about RAFAEL Peterson scored five Kelso proved instrum
(the loss) tonight. Maybe it was points for Cooley in overtime, comeback.
not meant to be." including three clutch free throws. "The little guy, an
The upset victory was sweet for He finished with 22 on the game,
the fiery coach of the Cardinals. going 14 for 17 from the charity
"My team has been playing well for stripe. Cooley's Michael Talley
the last five or six games," said added 23 and Yamen Sanders 171cvaunt
Kelso. "And I think they were contributed 13 along with a game-
young in (first two games against high 11 rebounds. By MICHAEL SA
Southwestern). They had problems Anderson Hunt, who led McBain Northern
to win Class A
ing with an
nts per game,
oing into the
held to ten
ut with 3:49
cit of eight.
de, and from
in 12 points
half of his
n also led the
1 issued to
ental in the
d I hate to
criticize officials, was making a lot
of very tough calls," said Kelso. "I
did not get up to say anything to
the officials whatsoever. I raised up
off my seat to talk to Raf (Cooley
guard Rafael Peterson) and I was
trying to fall back, but I saw him
and I said, 'Uh, oh."'
CALLAHAN tied the game
with one tick left on the clock to
send it into overtime.
Cooley broke out to an early
lead in the first quarter, taking
command with an 11-0 run led by
center Yamen Sanders' four points
and guard Mike Talley's four.
Cooley finished the quarter on top
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Christian used a balanced scoring
attack and tenacious defense to
capture the state Class D title
Saturday at Crisler Arena.
The Comets defeated the
Snowbirds of Gaylord St. Mary's
56-46, completing the only
undefeated season in Michigan high
school basketball this year.
THE SHOOTING of the two
teams reflected their nicknames and
did much to dictate the game's
outcome. The Comets were hot,
hitting 50 percent from the field.
Bryan Eisenga paced McBain with
16 points. Mike Heuker added 14
and Andy Systema 12 on six-of-
The Snowbirds were icy,
meanwhile, finishing at a paltry 41
percent. Paul Grange, the team's
season scoring leader with 22
points per game, was held to eight
points, all in the second half.
A 10-2 spurt by McBain to open
the second half broke open a five-
point game. St. Mary's closed to
49-45 with 1:51 left in the game
but could get no closer.
Spartans get Sioux-ed Associated Press
Michigan State goalie Bob Essensa (right) looks on in disgust as North
Dakota celebrates its third goal Saturday night at Joe Louis Arena. The
Sioux beat MSU 5-3 for the NCAA Division 1 title.
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