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 - same s' Power Brings Win Over Mission BY JIM...
same s' Power Brings Win Over Mission BY JIM HARMON The Whitefish Bulldogs scored at will Friday night to outclass' the Mission Bulldogs 49-0 before a ; chilled crowd at St. Ignatius. The The Bulldogs, shooting for another another conference crown; iced the contest on the third play frbrri scrimmage. Halfback Wayne Hed- man took a handoff on his own 48 yard line and spurted 52 yards up the middle to score. Fullback Gary Smith booted the extra point. Seconds later, | Whitefish .struck again to rack up · 14" points before 'the game was two minutes old. Smith set up the touchdown ^vhen he stole a first down aerial from the arms of the Missibn -Receiver and ran from Mission's 28 to the Bulldog 8-yard line: After a pass failed and a line buck netted^five yards, . halfback Kenny Phillips rammed the line for the TD. Guard Dick Howell, playing halfback, halfback, ran for the point. PASS PLAY SCORES Coach Don Dornfeld's first stringers added another counter just before the quarter gun. Quarterback Quarterback Jim Baker flipped an aerial from Mission's 48 to end Lauren Buckland on the 16 and the pass receiver romped - over. · Smith passed to end Mike McNeilly for the point. ·-. · pprnf.eld substituted freely after the 1 -third tally, .but the undermanned undermanned St. Ignatius club, playing its first game this year, was unable to slow the defending champions' champions' attack. ,, Dornfeld's eleven scored again earlyin the second period to swell the score to 28-0. They took a Mission punt on their own 45-yard stripe and ' in 11 ground plays | moved to the St. Ignatius 6. Half- hback Gordon C o n n rambled through right tackle to paydirt 'Howell bucked the line for the Lpoint. · 1 Whitefish, with two games behind behind them, a 7-0 loss to Flathead : and a 27-12 win over Columbia ' Flails,, continued up its scoring spree in the third quarter with two TD's. Quarterback Jim Baker scored the first from 5 yards out on a quarterback sneak. Whiteiish took the ball on their own 34-yard line and in two plays, Hedman totted the pigskin 61 yards to set the Stage for Baker's tally. Howell again scored the point on a line plunge. Score, 35-0. End Buckland scored his second touchdown of the game and Whitefish's Whitefish's sixth just three plays later. 'Buckland stole a Mission handoff and romped unmolested 41 yards to the goal. A pass tb" Bob Schneider Schneider netted Whitefish its 42nd point, QUICK KICK SURPRISES Whitef jsh's f i n a l touchdown came on the heels of Dale Evenson's Evenson's spectacular 94-yard touchdown touchdown sprint that was nullified by an offside penalty. Mission caught Whitefish napping napping on a surprise quick-kick to the visitor's 11-yard stripe/ A backfield in motion penalty pushed the Whitefish eleven back to^ the 6. .Then Eyenson burst around left end for his long run, but the penalty penalty moved Whitefish to its own 1-yard marker. ' A series of ground plays moved the Bulldogs out to their own 48 where they were halted by the SL Ignatius defense. Mission took over but was forced to punt to Whitefish's 44 yard stripe. Seven plays took the winners to the one yard line -where substitute quarterback Dick Stoll sneaked over. Stoll scored the final point on a pass from Howell. GAIN 322 YARDS Whitefish, which has shown power power that may mean another championship, championship, outclassed the Missionites in all departments. The -visitors netted 271 yards rushing and 51 through the air while Coach Joe Havlovick's club gained 41 yards on the ground. The Whitefish offense collected 14 first downs to two for St. Ignatius. Despite the beating, St. Ignatius had one of the outstanding on the field. He was Fred Blackman, Mission quarterback and regular from the 1955 runner-ups. Blackman played safety man on defense and did every thing on offense. He passed, ran, and on several'plays shifted into the fullback slot. Next Friday · night, · Whitefish will host the Thompson Falls hawks. Mission will travel to Eureka Saturday for,an afternoon game with the I/Ions. Score by quarters: 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q Whitefish _-_ 21 . 7 14 7....49 Mission 0 0 0 0-- 0 Eureka Bows to Ronan 'Mudders' By JIM HARMON RONAN -- Ronan Chiefs to be the better mudders with 17-0 win over the Eureka Lions in a Class B game played on slippery. gridiron here last night. The Chiefs collected the first points in the opening canto, driving to the Eureka 10-yard line where the Lions defense stiffened

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  1. The Daily Inter Lake,
  2. 23 Sep 1956, Sun,
  3. Page 9

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