Steve Football at NIACC

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Steve Football at NIACC - II in row for Trojans Mason City J.C. College...
II in row for Trojans Mason City J.C. College and laughs By. DICK SULLIVAN Globe-Gazette Sports Writer FOREST Cll?y--The Waldorf oilege ,Warriors -scored first Here Saturday night but.the un- be aten M a son City J.. C. Tro ja hs scored, more; often' and went home, with:a 31-14. victory. The anticipated passing; battle never developed, primarily be cause of gale-porportiori winds. Both teams stayed on the'ground and when it was all over, Mason City had-rushed for 358 yards and Waldorf for 2Q4, ;The win was the second for Art Lund }lad's .Trojans.- this season am :heir llth in a row. The Warriors had ;wqn their first .two games and now are 2-1 on the season Fullback Steve L«v«d and lalfback Jerry Hodge were the big maulers for the Trojans. Each lugged the ball 19 Um'es, with Ley ad gaining 180 yards and scoring two touchdowns and Hodge gaining 138' yards .and HODGE LEVAD --Lead big ground game scoring once. Quarterback Bill Strottman,' injured just' before the half, tallied one touchdown and set out'the entire'second half. Jerry O'Donnell got the other Trojan TD. It only took the Waldorf club five minutes to put seven : points on the boards to start the'game. They took the ball on their own 20 and in nine plays, with fullback Bruce Cartford and halfback Ron Ambroson eating up; the yardage, scored from 3 yards out with Ambroson tak- ng the ball across. Dan Ed- rnondson ran the extra point. Slightly more than a minute ater, the score was 7-6 as .the Trojans scored 'oh l three':plays ;rom their own 38. Levad went around left end, got'a key block [rom Strottman and was on bis way. The extra point failed, as and did a fine job of''directing the attack. The Trojans got an other TD quickly to start th second half when Levad picket up 34 yards in four carries and O'Donnell fought his way up middle for a 27-yard touchdown run. .The Trojans made it 25-7 before the quarter ended, when Bob Anderson intercepted a Warrior pass on the Waldorf and Hodge scored three plays .ater from the 30 when he took a pitch frjjm Haxton and went around left end behind excellent blocking. red ml as ng of Both teams got a TD in the last period. Waldorf scored on 36-yard drive, spurred by Cartford arid Ambroson, with Cart- 'ord going over the middle for the last two yards. Mason scored after Les Holthaus recov- to Conference Standings BIG SIX Fort Dodge ... W. Waterloo .. did four of the five tried by the Trojans. ; : ' · _J~-, .-. ; W ; 1 L Pet.l 0 l.fl Vi Vi .750!

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  1. Globe-Gazette,
  2. 28 Sep 1964, Mon,
  3. Page 11

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