Kerl, Roy Football 29 Oct 1964

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Kerl, Roy Football 29 Oct 1964 - CITIANS OUT-PLAY ZEPHYRS BUT TO NO AVAIL...
CITIANS OUT-PLAY ZEPHYRS BUT TO NO AVAIL Wymore, PC in scoreless tie By AL R1DDINGTON (pattern was initiated which ' fullback as found in the state, | Madden had turned in two dan- Sports Editor, Daily Sun prevailed throughout most of; scampered for 15 yards to the \ dy sprints. WYMORE — The host- [ the evening, one which saw | W-16. Led by a key tackle on It wa s four* down and goal ing Zephyrs and the Paw-! Pawnee City control the ball i the part of Joe Crowley, senior to go. a situation which result- nee City Indians clashed here j and Wymore dig in defensely. j end, Wymore stopped the tribe ed in time out for Pawnee Wednesday night in Arbor State I In the first quarter the Volz j and took over on its own 11. City. The Indians swung back Park in an East Division show- i Tribesmen reeled off 5 new sets j Then all indications pointed , into action, went into a conver- down of the newly formed South- I of downs, % many as Wy- \ to a Wymore offensive drive, j sion formation. The kick was em Nebraska Conference and more could muster the entire j One of the Colgrove twins, Lar- 1 straight, but went beneath the battled to a 0-0 stalemate before \ evening. | ry, dashed 11 yards and QB crossbar, Wymore taking over a targe turnout of bi-partisan The d'tians marched to i Keckley hit L. Shoff with a n on its own 20. fans. the W - 24 and then got their While Jerry Grancer' s state-' first taste of Wymore's bruis- rated Zephyrs spent a greater I ing defense in scoring terri- aerial, ^cod for 15 yards. Gary Colgrove and Mike But another aerial backfired Samuskewicz moved the ball j as linebacker Graham pirat-' away from the goal line and share of the evening on de- j tory. | ed the flip and P. C. gain- i Keckley booted the Zephyrs fense, Clyde Volz's visitors un- i After Don Harpster tossed j ed possession on it s 49. A 5- , out of danger, leashed an offensive attack I Madden for a 5-yard loss, « 15- j yard penalty against the In- Two plays later, Pawnee which resulted in everything but i yard penalty moved P. C. back i d'acis, after Graham had pick- City rumbled and Kerl was a score. to the W-44 to halt a crucial Jed up nine, followed by a bril- "Johnny on the .Spot" for Wy- Pawnee City out rushed Wy-! threat. j liant defensive play by Zephyr : more. more, 178-45; out passed the j But Pawnee City punter Jack | Ker!, forced the Indians to From the P.C-45, an aerial Zephyrs, 80-58; and out downed i Nemec got off a dandy punt on j punt. from KecWey to L. Colgrove the home team, 16-5. j fourth down and teammate! Wymore was unable to moved the Zephyrs to the 15 launch a drive and the clock with 2:10 left in" (lie third quar- run out for Intermission ! ter. Two plays and Wymore was break with Pawnee City trying on the 7, only to be thrown for j ' 19. i pa'.ss went incomplete and Paw- The late drive to the 19 was ; nee City took over on the 11, set up when Madden pirated a ; stopping the best Wymore scor- Wymore pass. QB Duane Bow- ' ing chance. Four times the Zephyrs dug ' Mike Graham killed the roll at In and stopped the Cltians In- the W-2. The Zephyrs were un- slde the 20, and on a fifth stand • able to move at an advantage, halted the Indians on the one-lnnd QB Bob Keckley wa s fore-i'o get off a play from the W ja loss on tfie following play. A foot line. Jed to boot. The titanic and stubborn play j With bull dozin' Stan Wlegert when Wymore stopped Halfback and Madden sharing carrying Spencer Madden on the Wymore chores, again Pawnee City one-foot line, a fourth down ! drove for a threat, this time to situation, with 1:21 left in the game. Wymore worked the ball out to the six and then booted on fourth down. The game ended the W-20. But a Citlan fumble at the 17 was jumped on by Zephyrs Larry Shoff and Roy Kerl and another threat was cut short. with Pawnee City attempting to On the opening play of t h e get off a TD bomb. At the start of the game second quarter Wiegert, as man. after a running play, i But the connected with Madden for a face and as dandy aerial ga^n, and also took to the hit End Mike Dusenbery with ; tempt to a passing gain of 13 yards, j the goal, alert G. Colgrove Midway in the third per- swiped a toss and the Zephyrs iod, the Citians were again '. wore threatening again, this shutoff, this time on a drive ;: life on the PC-21. Zephyrs kept Pawnee City air in an at- get away from PREP SCORES Fremont 33, Beatrice 20 Holmesville 37, Diller 20 Beatrice SJ 51, Lewiston 20 Odell 40, Filley 6 Decatur 27, Newcastle 13 Valentine 24, O'Neill 12 Blair 23, Ashland 19 Potter 19, Dix 0 Pine Bluff 46', Bushnell 14 Gordon 20, Crawford 7 Sidney SP 20, Hemingford 0 Alliance SA 28, Hyanni s 21 Central City 26, Minden 13 AWAIT PLAY-OFF Omaha Tech 19, Omaha Westside Westside 14 Crete 28, Falls City 6 Wisner 28, Stanton 0 Millard 14, Bennington 13 Louisville 18, Fremont Bergan a hard a running 190-pound junior which ended up at the W-7 after j Pawnee City showed Its de| de| fensive ability and on two plays at the tail end of the quarter and the first two plays In the fourth period, stopped the Zephyrs for the last 11 me of the evening. Both Keckley and Bowman Bowman displayed top-notch quarterbacking quarterbacking ability, espcially on handoffs. Through the air, Bowman Bowman hit for a .500 figure and Keckley .364. Pawnee City ends, Dusenbery and Wally Johnson played top role s in containing Wymore's 6 Syracuse 13, Auburn 8 Plattsmouth 28, Nebraska City Schuyler 14, York 0 Lincoln SE 10, Lincoln Pius 6 Omaha Cathedral 39, South Sioux City 25 Waverly 13, Weeping Water 6 Wakefield 27, West Point CC 13 Laurel 39, Clarkson 7 Wymore 0, Pawnee City 0 (tie) Friend 50, Bruning 0 Sutton 13, Geneva 13 (tie) Hebron 19, Superior 12 Deshler 13, Blue Hill 0 Arapahoe 26, Beaver City 0 Franklin 58, Oxford 0 North Platte 27, Scottsbluff 13 Bayard 33, Kimball 20 Bridgeport 27, Rushville 9 Morrill 20, Oshkosh 7 Hay Springs 24, Minatare 24 McCook 27, Sidney 7 Gothenburg 38, Ogallala 0 Polk 32, St. Edward 0 Elkhorn 39, Gretna 6 Walthill 19, Beemer 14 Wilber dumps T-Town WILBER — Although Wilber followers got a scare late in the game with subs getting into action, St. Joe Hi closes at 8-0 LEWISTON — Unbeaten and < with Dave Kavanaugh h i t- untied Beatrice St. Joe wrapped wrapped up the regular portion of its 8-man schedule Wednesday night with a 51-20 romp over Lewiston Tigers. The victory was the 8th straight for Denny Swensbn's the loss was the Ravens seventh and for ting George Moulton for a TD. Larry Loomis, outstanding lineman, swiped a Tiger pass and scored from one-yard wide ground attack, and guards John Slater and Dan Snyder got in their share of licks. out. Bob Mullen added a TD j Although there were numer- and Bill Coudeyras added two,, °° s all-around stars, one both from six yards out. Rounding out the scoring Wilson Fitzpat- were points after TDs, by Gou- stood out like a sore thumb, Pawnee City's Bob Mawhiney. Mawhiney, a 225-pound junior rick's Tigers. St. Joe now awaits the Homesteader Conference playoff. playoff. The Ravens, Western Division Division champs, will probably probably meet Barneston of the East Division for the championship. Against Lewiston the Ravens exploded for an 18-0 first quarter quarter bulge and then rolled up a 30-7 halftime gap. By the close of the third Beatrice was rolling at, 44-3. QB Jim Goulet got the Ravens off on the right foot with a pair of early TDs. Goulet raced 20 yards and 35 yards. Before the night ended he had passed for a TD and kicked a PAT. Goulet's pass scoring play' covered 14 yards with Dan "Smith going over for the TD. Longest night was aerial of a 26-yard the play MIKE GRACE BIG EIGHT'S TOP LINEMAN Associated Prem The Big Eight lineman of the week is Mike Grace, a 217-pound sophomore end at Nebraska who set up his team's game - breaking breaking touchdown and forced Colorado Colorado to settle for a field goal when it was primed to grab a let, Kavanaugh and Bob Rich-! tackle, could play on any 11-man team in the state prep circle. Tackle Steve Droge took care of his duties on the other other side of the forward wall. Ed Hatfield, PC senior, with- ter. Lewiston scored twice on long rambles, and also on a long pass play. Longest Lewiston ramble was Dan Trout's 54-yard dash. Gary Scott raced 52 yards for another score and Ron Tegtmeier Tegtmeier hit Leonard Steiner with a pass which covered 32 yards. PATs for ihe Tigers were contributed contributed by Scon and Da v e Dougherty. SCORE VIA QUARTERS St. Joe 18 12 14 7—51 Lewiston 071 7—20 Bowling INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE Goodenough 3, Dean Brandt 200-526. KWBE 1, Bill Hart 211, Dale Workman 501. Northern Natural 4, Rhen Dobbs 178, Elmer Swoboda 486. Aller and Pease 0, Larry Marquardt Marquardt 156-443. Claassen Concrete 4, Cliff Lindblad) 196-540. Gates 0, Elmo Elmo Wiley 170-444. Beatrice Natural Guard 4, Al Grell and John Ttyskal 180, Ted King 519. Union Pacific 0, Don Carney 188-480. Cornhusker League Callan Motor Co. 2, George Heist 175, F. Wilson 454; Hale 2, D. Meyers 198-553. Beatrice Vision Clinic 0, Darrel stood his tough defensive chores in the line and turned in a good offensive showing at center. Harpster and Kerl were the defensive leaders for t h e Zephyrs, but had heaps of help from Samuskewicz, Steve James, Crowley, Dick Bruson and Keckley to name a few. Fans from both schools will prdbably wait some time to again see a scoreless game with so much stubborn defense as well as spicy offensive explosions explosions ' STATISTICS WHS PC First Downs 5 16 Penalties 1 Penalty Yards 5 Yds. Rush (Gained) .. 58 Yds. Rush (Lost) .... 13 Yds. Rush (Net) ... 45 Passes Tried 11 Passes Int. By 1 Passes Complete 4 Pass Yardage 88 103 . 0 . 0 . 5 Tot. Yardage (Net) Fumbles Lost 3 25 20 24 178 12 2 « 80 258 2 2 2 Fumbles Punts Punt Yds. (Av.) ....26.233.0 VIA QUARTERS Pawnee City ..0 0 0 (Ml Wymore 0 0 0 0~«

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  1. Beatrice Daily Sun,
  2. 29 Oct 1964, Thu,
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