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Remain Undefeated Dons Defeat Vikings 13-0 By WENDELL RIGBY Herald Sports Writer PLEASANT GROVE — The undefeated and untied Spanish Fork Dons added one more victory victory to their Region Four record record as they downed Pleasant Grove's Viking 13-0 on the Grover Grover field Friday afternoon. It was the fourth consecutive win for the Spanish Fork team, and the third loss against one victory for the Pleasant Grove Vikings. It was possibly not the best played game of the season for either team, but there were periods when both groups played played outstanding football. In Closing Moments This was particularly true in the closing moments of the Suzuki Camper Special FREE top quality "Whltt Stag" camping equipment • Two man water repellent traH t»nt complete with floor town hi, •nd Insect netting, • Deluxo daocon tilled eteephifl heavy duly, air mattreM. I with your new Suzuki TS-250 Savage. The Savage gete you to where the camping I* fast With a 5 speed transmission •nd 23 horses at 6,500 rpm, 12 month/12,000 mile warranty. game for the Vikings when they passed for four straight first downs and only the clock seemed seemed capable of stopping them. Randy Robinson was on the throwing end and Jerry Harper and Alan Ingersoll were the receivers receivers for the series of screen passes and swing passes that the Dons could not stop. However, However, it was too late and the Forkers earned every one of their hard earned points. Just before their march down field on passes the Viking defensive defensive unit had stopped the Dons inside the three yard mark for four consecutive tries which included some vicious plunges by Spanish Fork's top grounc gainers, Lowell Anderson ant Mike Taylor. The Dons seemed to be keyed to too high a pitch and they failed to even attempt the daring gambles that usually feature their style of attack. Scoreless First Quarter Neither team scored in the first period as the gridders bat tied up and down the field wit! three fumbles stopping the driv on many occasions. A 15 yan penalty set the Dons back on their heels but Anderson brough them back into position with i crashing run through the line. The Dons began their scoring drive midway in the seconc quarter after downing Jerry Harper's kick on their own 45 Taylor picked up five yards an Anderson made it first and 10 Taylor picked up six and Anderon Anderon three and Taylor bucked through the line for the first down. Anderson was stopped on the 30 by the Viking line, but on he next play he romped off ackle and struck for the side- ine. Two blockers cleared the way and he romped 30 yards for he touchdown. Blake Nielsen's tick was good. The Dons scored again just jefore the end of the third quarter. quarter. They started on the 35 and a pass to Paul Clark was'good Changes Noted On Golf Tests The Pro-Pro golf tourney, originally scheduled for Monday at Hidden Valley, has been postponed postponed until Oct. 13, it was reported reported Saturday by Dave, Crowton, Crowton, pro at the Timp .Courser Crowton said a conflict in scheduling was the reason for the change in dates, The site of the Pro-Am tour ney, scheduled 'Sept. 29, has been switched from Mountain Dell to Hidden Valley, Crowton said. Freeway construction in the Mountain Dell area has createt problems that made the switch adviseable, he added. Agrometerology in the study of the relationship of weathei and climate to agriculture, CENTRAL UTAH CYCLE 347 W. CINTfi GPs Yew urn get your Commercial Instruction Flight Instructor rating and Mvlti-inglneering rating. Your cott U only 10% of tho total coit, Wt are alto eligible for Student Government loam. Approved by AlrlirtM CENTRAL UTAH AVIATION CO. Manager; Mike Jonit «r or a first down. Kent Reim- chiissel turned Anderson out or no gain, but Larry Gardner ossed to Dave Clark for another irst and 10, Curtis Creer mashed through the line for a bird consecutive first down. Larry Gardner made a nice un but a penalty set the Dons >ack 15 yards. , Lost a Yard Mike Taylor lost a yard and a pass was incomplete but Card- ler caught Blake Nielsen in he open for a first and 10 on he four yard mark. Anderson picked up two yards and Taylor iracked center for the score. Blake Nielsen's kick was blocked blocked but the Dons had their 13 points and the ball game. Neither team was especially effective with their ground game n the final period but both quarterbacks opened up an aerial attack and it did cover he ground for both teams. Randy Robinson found Alan In- iersoli and Jerry Harper good targets and Larry Gardner seemed to find the range lead-' ing to Paul and Dave Clark open and he completed some fine tosses fpr the Dons. Anderson and Taylor did most of the ground gaining for the Dons, while the Gardner passes to the Clark boys were effective. Defensively, big Paul Clark broke up several Viking plays around end, and Larry Hales looked good in the middle of the line. Did Good Job For the Vikings Harper did a good job of kicking and his running and taking in passes helped the Grover offense. Robinson Robinson looked good at quarterback, quarterback, and Mark Sanderson, Ron Holman and Craig Frazier car« ried the ball well. Reimschiissel, Dyke Miranda, Ingersoll looked good OD defense. Spanish Fork gets its next big test against American Fork and the Vikings will try their luck against the Payson Lions in this week's games. Score by Quarters Pleasant Grove 0000- 0 Spanish Fork Q 7 $ Q » 13

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The Daily Herald (Provo, Utah)21 Sep 1969, SunPage 18
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