Spoolstra, Calvin 19680922; Independent Press Telegram, Long Beach, CA
6 4 run. Hebert 4J 7 Pator 7 Mayfair Good Bet for Suburban Title Mayfair High served notice notice Friday night that it intends to win the Suburban Suburban League football title, with or without La Serna. Fortunately, it' will be without La Serna, the powerhouse from Whittier which won the Suburban crown last year and the triple-A CIF championship as well. This year, however, La Serna is in the newly formed Whitmont League. Also going over from the Suburban circuit are Sierra Sierra and Pioneer, the third- and fourth-place teams of a year ago. That leaves Mayfair, the Suburban runnerup in 1967, in a commanding position, and coach Donn Ashton's M o n s o o n s showed they meant business business Friday night by routing routing Buena Park, 34-6. Fullback John May scored twice and defensive guard Dave Sinclair ran 80 yards with a fumble recovery. recovery. Elsewhere in the northern northern area, there were some surprises. Most notably, Centennial couldn't find the Scoreboard and lost to once-powerful Loyola, 140. 140. Apparently there is a resurgence of strength in the Cubs' lair. Excelsior, one of the triple-A triple-A powers last year, had to score twice in the final -stanza to hold off Glenn, 24-19, but the Pilots Pilots still rate as the team to beat in the San Gabriel Valley League after last year's runnerup, Bellflow- * * * Excelsior ................ 0 i ( 12--14 biuilll ................... 0 7 6 o-ll u.enn jCjriiig: Jaureoui 3 pabs Irum Srnomuer, Wi.iae; 1 run, Perei I/ pass tro.Ti 6c.iomber. PAI: Jaurcaui kick. Exceliior scoring: Taloya 2, Medina 2. Lvn-vood ..................... 0 14 0 0--14 Bolsa uranae ............. 6 1J. 0 0--18 Lynwood scoring: Denlon BO pass trom Gerard, Morales tl) tumble rev^v- erv. PAT: Dcnton kick (2). Bolsa Grande scoring: Scot) 23 pass from Daley, Daley, Leninger 5 run, Daley 1 run. Correspondent: Correspondent: rony Rangel. Bellllower . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 6 0 0 -- 6 Ml. Carmel . . . 1? 7 '/ 0--26 Bellflower scoring: Freeman 7 pass from Burd. Ml. Caimel scoring: Hicks II run, 62 run, i run, 61 punt return. PAT-- skudiarsKi kick, SKudiarsKi kick. Correspondent: Mike Carppinen. Burbank .......... ..... 6 6 0 7-- 1J Paramount ........ u u u -- 6 paramount scoring: Franklin JO run. Burbank scoring: Johnson 3. PAT: Unve kick, correspondent: Man Kcnon. Downey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 0 0 13-- U St. Jonn Bosco . .. 6 in lj o~o Downey scoring: Agosla 5 pass from Quinn, i-arknouse 60 pass from Quinn. HAT-- Wicks kick. M. Jonn ouscu ^urIng: ^urIng: Szabalura I run, 56 pass noni Sullivan, Sullivan, 6 run, 3 run; Lov 3o pass irom bul- llvan, Bald 2 run, Armilo 10 run. PAT-Pei PAT-Pei result 3 kicks. Corres^onucnl: Mike Kennedy. Loyola .......... - ....... I * 0 0--14 Centennial ... . u u u u-- u Loyola scoring: Fitzgerald 25 MSS from Swartz, Glanelli 6 pass from Swartz. PAT-- Fitzgerald pass. Corespondent: Corespondent: Ray Swlnk. Lennox .......... . ........ ... 0 0 6 7-- U Valrcy Christian ....... 1J 7 o 6- rf Lennox scoring: Cook 2 run, Sines 38 pass from Moreno. PAI-- Szaa,rsKi kick. Valley cnnitlan scoring: Sekkcs 9 run, Spoolstra 1 run, Bauer 5 run, bpoolstra 3 run. PAT-- Ver Hovcn 2 kicks. Correspondent: Correspondent: Dan Kulccrs. Santa Fi ........................... 0 0 0 Â«-- I Sierra .. u U u o-- 6 Sierra scoring: Juarez 1 run. Correspondent: Correspondent: Dave Goldpa.nl. Piui X .................... * Â« 0 O-i: S.orra . u u u v -.Â» Plus X scoring: M'nnick 1 run, Tcics- cliuck I run. serra scoring: Boycr 2 run, 1 ru.:. Cor.cjpondent: Pat Hnlc. 5.in Clcmenle . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 0 0 +-- i er, was routed by Mt. Carmel, 26-6. It was a case of the Bucs inability to stop Joe Hicks, who ran for 162 yards and scored all four of the Crusaders' touchdowns. touchdowns. Two small schools, St. John Bosco and Neff, showed u n e x p e strength, the Braves clobbering clobbering Downey, 45-13, and the Trojans taking San Clemente, 37-7. Andy Szabatura scored four times for St. John Bosco, which ran up 426 total yards on the hapless Vikings. The passing combination combination of McDonald to Heyne paced Neff over a team which posted a 5-3-1 record last year. Valley Christian, always the leading contender in the Olympic League, looked like a champion again with a 26-13 victory over Lennox, spearheaded by the running of Calvin Spoolstra. Lymvood, moved out of the Coast League, scored twice a g a i n s t Grande, but it wasn't good enough as the Knights lost, 18-14. ! . ! : is confronted by South Tor- Friday night. Wittick, who gain. South won, 7-6. --suit riMit kr FRANK MOORI . , . : . Ncff scoring: Heyne 39 pass from rViCjon.vu, 4Â» Pci* ire- ...... ^joiiuiu, Comb 30 tun, Mcraddon U run, L'np 11, rii.i, McCollum IS held OOU PAI-- Mr.- Collom 4 kicks. Correspondent: David Niemeyer. Mayfurl ..................... _. 7 7 7 1Â»-J4 Buena Park . 0 i b Â« - u Mayfalr tearing: Mnv 1 run, 1 run, Sinclair K rumblt recovery, Gavlord 2 run. Chambers U Mis from Johnson. PAT: Holden 4 kicks, lirtnt PÂ«rK leering: leering: Haulenbtck 4 run. WHY Can YOU take NOT?! For $5 you controls of a new start your flying per month. Come explain how this in the pilot's seat. CessnAir 3501 Lakewood TtkphonÂ«: Â«M4U Â· L.A.