Tyner made a sweep of their hard fought two game series with West last night wih a 38-31 win in the Bulldog arena. The Redmen's stats now stand at nine and six compared with West's four and 13. Tyner nipped West earlier this year 49-47. Last night's affair was a slow defensive contest with the Tyner victory margin coming through the foul lane. Both teams hit 13 fielders, but Tyner hit 12 charity tosses as opposed to five Bulldog one pointers.
Tyner employed a zone defense in the second half after pressing the Bulldog five in the first half. West used a zone most of the game. As balanced scoring indicates, both teams were forced to work for good shots as a result of the defensive nature of the game. Al Wojcik and Jim Gangloff had 10 points apiece for West while Jim Waller and Earl Smith had nine each for Tyner.
Tyner won the exciting "B" team game by a 24-22 margin.

Tyner(38) FG Ft PF
Waller,f 4 1 0
M.Jones,f 2 1 0
Lemert,f 1 2 5
Balke,c 2 1 4
Ecker,g 1 1 0
Smith,g 2 5 2
C.Jones,f 1 1 0
Total 13 12 11
West(31) FG Ft PF
Wojcik,f 4 2 3
Ruff,f 0 1 5
York,g 2 0 2
Simmons,c 3 0 2
J.Gangloff,g 4 2 5
Palmer,f 0 0 1
Total 13 5 18
Tyner 10 20 29 38
West 7 16 25 31


Tyner Wins 54 to 49


Tyner, Jan 17 - Tyner posted an easy 54-49 win over New Carlisle last night for the Redmen's fifth win in their last six games and seventh against five defeats for the season.
Six baskets scored against the Tyner reserve five in the last couple of minutes made the score closer and brought the score to the small margin. Tyner grabbed a 5-3 lead in the first quarter and never trailed.
Earl smith was high point man for the Redmen with 14 points while Taelman had 16 for the Carlisle team.
New Carlisle won the "B" team event 36-32.


Tyner(54) FG Ft PF
Waller,f 3 2 3
M.Jones,f 5 0 2
Lemert,f 4 3 2
Balke,c 2 3 2
Ecker,g 1 0 1
Smith,g 6 2 2
Kreps,g 1 0 0
Total 22 10 12
New Carlisle(49) FG Ft PF
F.Clark,f 1 0 2
Anderson,f 1 0 3
P.Clark,c 4 1 2
Zieinski,g 1 0 2
Stickler,g 6 2 2
Taeimar,c 7 2 3
Jones,f 0 0 1
etmary,f 1 1 0
MacMilan,g 0 1 1
Total 21 7 16
Tyner 10 26 39 54
New Carlisle 8 17 25 49

Tyner Nudges Hamlet, 43-41 at Centennial


Tyner jumped off to an early lead and then held on in the last half to nip Hamlet, 43 to 41, last night in Centennial auditorium.
With two minutes to go Marion Shearin's rebound shot put Hamlet ahead 41 to 40. Louis Ecker, of Tyner, countered with a swishing one- hander and Redman Jim Waller hit a charity shot after Bob Orr's fifth personal to give Tyner 43 tallies. Hamlet waived three foul shots to take the ball out in a vain attempt to tie the score.
Earl Smith with nine points paced Tyner to a 16 to 5 first quarter lead. Five free throws were all Hamlet could show for the price.
A spurt midway in the second quarter pulled Hamlet up to 20 to 15 with two and a half minutes remaining, but Tyner added eight points against Dick Welch's free throw to make the scoreboard read 28 to 16, Tyner, at halftime.
In the next five minutes Hamlet scored 11 points to Tyner's one to trail 29 to 27. Bob Orr hit a free throw and Luther Ferch hit two for Hamlet and Earl Smith hit two free shots ending the third quarter at 31-30 in Tyner's favor.
Welch hit a free throw and Orr made four straight free tosses while Dick Balke, Larry Lemert and Ecker added from the field for Tyner to start off the last period. After Ferch connected with a free throw, Waller hit a driving layup. Ronnie Shei made three points and shearin brought the score to 41-40.
Tyner hit 15 of 56 for 27 percent and the Tigers made 11 out of 48 attempts for 22 percent. However, Hamlet was more accurate at the free throw line, sinking 19 out of 29, while Tyner made 13 out of 23.
Smith was high scorer for Tyner with 15 points and Orr made 13 for the losers.

Tyner(43) FG Ft PF
Waller,f 3 3 1
M.Jones,f 0 0 1
Lemert,f 1 0 4
Balke,c 3 3 5
Ecker,g 3 2 2
Smith,g 5 5 5
Total 15 13 18
Hamlet(41) FG Ft PF
Shearin,f 3 3 4
Ferch,f 1 3 4
Orr,c 3 7 5
Shei,c 3 2 4
Welch,g 1 4 4
Total 11 19 21
Tyner 5 28 31 43
Hamlet 12 16 30 41



Revised January 2014

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