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The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio · Page 33

Cincinnati, Ohio
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Sunday, October 27, 1991
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MO Sunday, October 27, 1991 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER PrepsC-11 Georgia roughs up Kentucky, 49-27 Little man Clay plays a big role Aiken's tiny receiver has 9 TDs GA-Slrong II run (Peterson kick) GA-Wershad 22 pass from Zeier (Peterson kick) KY-Rudolph 52 pass from Hockman (Pelfrey kick) GA-Strong 3 run (Peterson kick) KY-Walker 2 run (kick failed) GA-Hearst 32 run (Peterson kick) KY-Clark 14 pass from Jones (Pelfrey kick) GA-Hastings 6 pass from Zeier (Peterson kick) KY-Rudolpri 21 pass from Jones (Pelfrey kick) GA-Hearst 7 run (Peterson kick) GA-Ware 20 run (Peterson kick) Ga 26 pass receptions for the Wildcats, the first a 52-yarder from Ryan Hockman and later a 21-yarder from Pookie Jones. On the first TD, Rudolph made the catch just beyond the line of scrimmage and outran the Georgia defense. Jones also connected with Neal Clark on a 14-yard touchdown pass and Craig Walker scored the other Wildcat touchdown on a 2-yard run. Walker's run with 2:45 left, in the half set up the flurry of scoring. Georgia needed only three plays to go 72 yards and score on Hearst's 32-yard run with 2:01 left in the half. Dave Schutte High A 85,312. First downs - - " Rushes-yards... Passing Return Yards... Comp-Att-lnt.... Punts ...42-126 314 5 ...25-38-1 4-42 4-1 5-58 Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards ...... Time of Possession .......31:58 41-283 355 26 21-27-1 1-43 00 8-76 28:02 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING-Kentucky, Jones 17-63, Rudolph 7-25, Walker 8-21. Georgia, Hearst 16-158, Ware 8-73, Strong 9-34. PASSING-Kentucky, Jones 10-19-0-120, Hockman 9-16-1-137, Smith 6-IO-0-57. Georgia, Zeier 19-23-1-302, TaHey 2-3-0-53. RECEIVING-Kentucky, Clark 6-78, Rudolph 4-92, Meek 2-26. Georgia, Marshall 6-92, Hastings 4-68, Brandon 2-54, Hearst, who had 16 carries, raced 32 yards for a second-quarter score and added a 7-yard scoring run late in the third quarter. Mack Strong also scored twice for the Bulldogs on runs of 11 and 3 yards and Larry Ware scored on a 20-yard run on the first play of the fourth quarter. Kentucky gambled twice on fourth downs, one that was successful and led to a touchdown and the other failing, leading to Georgia's 40-yard drive that ended on Ware's 20-yard run. Clyde Rudolph scored twice on Cincinnati Sports Collectors Admission $2.00 Y7 FN. NOV. Mall 1 10-7 Sat. NOV. 2 10-7 Sun. NOV. 3 10-4 Holiday Inn Sharonville. Ohio (Formerly Rainbow Hilton) I-275 & Rt. 42 Featuring t?JMC3CX LLEUJQS Appearing Sunday Nov. 3. 11 am - 2 pm Autographs $5.00 order and advance tickets available Only those who haven't seen Steve Clay perform for the Aiken football team would dare make the comment. "Players from other teams are always telling me I be-long in p e e - w e e football, said Clay, an 18-year- old senior. "I answer I them during Steve Clay the game and most come up and shake my hand at the end." What brings this on is Clay's size, a robust 5-foot-4, 140 pounds, which is hardly big enough to play for any varsity football team in Ohio. "He looks like he's about 8 years old, and if they list him as 5-4, they're using the stretching board," said Mount Healthy coach Bill Fridman. "He's a super football player, very durable and quick and a hard hitter." There isn't anything that Clay doesn't do for coach Mike Brown's Falcons. On offense, Clay is a wide receiver, scoring nine TD's while catching 30 passes (500 yards) from quarterback Priest Love. He also is one of the leading return specialists, averaging 28.2 yards per kickoff and 27.0 on punts. "Pound for pound, Steve's one of the best players in Cincinnati," Brown said. "He's the type of kid who makes something happen and many big schools are looking at him as a kickoff or punt-return player." Brown said Oklahoma and Purdue spotted Clay while watching Falcon tight end Martin Jones perform during several games. "In fact, the guy from Oklahoma wondered how Steve would do as a receiver," Brown said. "I decided to make the switch and the statistics show the results." On defense, Clay has four interceptions as the free safety. "Everyone tries to throw at me because of my size," Clay said. "Let them keep trying. I use my speed and jumping ability to defend." An honor roll student at Aiken, Clay also is an outstanding baseball player. "My mother (Bernita) doesn't like coming to games because she cringes every time I get hit," Brown said. "But I seldom get hit hard because of my quickness, unless I get drilled from behind." Clay is determined to play college football. He believes many schools are overlooking him because of his size. But, with 4.3 speed in the 40, Brown knows that some school will take a chance. If some college coach is willing to take a chance, Clay could turn out to pay one of the biggest dividends of any local player this season. Tourney bids opened up By a vote of 6-0 this week, the board of control of the Ohio High School Athletic Association made a major change in the method to be used in the selection of state tourney sites. Beginning next year, the OHSAA will accept bids for boys and girls soccer, football, boys and girls basketball, volleyball ..nC re jri schools and wrestling. In past years, Ohio State University's facilities were used if available. Alternate sites were chosen if OSU couldn't accommodate the tournaments. Free clinic Madeira basketball coach Jim Reynolds will conduct a free clinic for boys and girls youth coaches on Saturday, Nov. 9, at the school. No registration is required. Rusche hits 3,000 Turpin's Dan Rusche, one of Cincinnati's premier tailbacks, went over the 3,000-yard career mark Friday against Anderson. He rushed for 236 yards on 34 carries in the Spartans' loss to Anderson. For the season, Rusche has rushed for 1,423 yards on 219 carries (6.4 average), scoring 15 touchdowns for the Spartans. He now has accrued 3,198 yards in three seasons. Convention here The National Federation of State High School Associations will hold its 1992 meeting in Cincinnati from July 15-19. Designed for the commissioners of the high school associations, the convention also deals with rules and meetings for most sports and the changes being implemented. "This is the first time the convention will be held in Cincinnati," veteran basketball official Owen Donahue said. Seeking members The newly formed Greater Cincinnati Tennis Coaches Association is seeking members. "We're fighting to expand the group," said Moeller tennis coach Dave Traxler. As part of its agenda, the GCTCA will conduct a boys tournament in April (23-25), replacing the Sycamore Invitational and a girls tournament in September (25-26). The group also will present certificates to the top players in 10 categories, including sportsmanship, most-improved player, best newcomers and all-star team. Those interested in joining should contact Traxler at 791-1680 during school hours. Scheduling nightmare If the levy for Cincinnati's schools fails in November and sports are eliminated, havoc will reign within Cincinnati in regard to league alignments. "This could pose a problem for us," said Ann Dustin, sports director for the Hamilton County Board of Education. "It would take some major changes to get the leagues together." Take the Metro County Conference as an example. If With-row, Aiken and Western Hills didn't have sports, only three teams would remain with programs: Oak Hills, Mount Healthy and Colerain. Dave Schutte covers high schools for The Enquirer. Marion Catholic. MARION CATHOLIC LANDMARK .. L - Tucker 37 run (kick failed) ..a o i o-i .... M I 6-J4 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ATHENS, Ga. Coach Bill Curry of Kentucky was tossing around words like "sensational," "tremendous" and "amazing" after watching Georgia freshman Eric Zeier pick his team to pieces Saturday. Zeier passed for 302 yards and two touchdowns as the 24th-rank-ed Bulldogs overpowered Kentucky, 49-27. Garrison Hearst also scored twice for the Bulldogs while rushing for 158 yards in the second-best offensive performance in Georgia history. The Bulldogs gained 638 yards, 16 shy of the school record set against Mississippi in 1942. "I think he is sensational," Curry said of Zeier. "I think he is a tremendous football player, regardless of class. "I was amazed at Zeier's accuracy," he said. "A lot of the throws and catches were just tremendous and we covered them as well as we could have." Zeier, who completed 19 of 23 passes in three quarters of action, engineered touchdown drives on seven of his 11 possessions as the Bulldogs (6-2 overall, 3-2 Southeastern Conference) never trailed. "This offense is designed to take advantage of what the defense is giving us," Zeier said. "We were able to run effectively, which set up the pass." The game turned into an offensive shootout in the final 2:45 of the first half when each team scored twice, and at halftime Georgia led, 35-20. Kentucky fell to 2-5 overall and 0-4 in the conference. Georgia coach Ray Goff said he was pleased with the victory "but I'm really not tickled about the way we played as a team. I wasn't excited about the intensity we had on defense. We had a lapse on defense early. We let them get entirely too much yardage (440)." "You've got to be able to stop the opponent, and we didn't do that today," Curry said. "Their running backs were impressive. Their offensive line was impressive. But our tackling was poor.". Zeier's scoring passes went 22 yards to Arthur Marshall in the second quarter and 6 yards to Andre Hastings three seconds before halftime. CONCRETE FORM! 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Although St. Ignatius won by 19 points, St. Xavier picked up 334 total yards to 335 for the home team. The only bright spot for the Bombers was Bill Boehme who set a single-season school record for kicking, running his total to 46. ST. IGNATIUS 13 M ( 0-M SI - Ltwmdowskl 35 pais from Mayer (Paez kick) SX - Sollmann 3 run (Boehme kick) SI - Mayer 1 run (run felted) SX - Boehme 27 Held goal SI - Peters 15 pass from Meyer (Paei kick) SI - Lamlrand 12 run (run failed) SI - Peteri 29 past from Mayer (Paei kick) SI Lamlrand 4 run (kick failed) SX Safely, Kralknann sacked quarterback In end zone SX - Sollmann 44 run (Hendon pess from Cafeo) Records: SI 7-2, SX 4-5. Landmark Christian 36, Marion Catholic 8 at Landmark Rod Tucker rushed for 244 yards and scored three TD's, leading the Golden Eagles past L - Brown 59 run (Tucker run) L Thompson run (Terrell run) M - Davis tumble recovery return (Landfeld pass from Clements) L - Tucker 34 run (Terrlll run) L - Rod Tucker 93 run (run failed) Records; L 1-7, MC 1-8. La Salle 21, Badin 7, at Garfield Jr. High Ty Dou-thard scored on runs of 1 and 15 yards in the fourth period, leading the Lancers past the Rams. The loss eliminated the Division III defending state champion Badin team from the playoffs. LASALLt . 7 0 0 M-JI BAOIN......0 0 0 7-7 L Scherpenberg 20 run ILIsterman) L - Douthard I run ILIsterman kick) B - Cheney 44 pass Irom Pate (Goldberg kick) L Doutherd 15 run (Llsterman kick) Records; L 6-3, B 7-2. 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