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SPORTS SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 15,2002 THE HAYS DAILY NEWS 83 PREP: Ellis bounces back with win over Stockton • CONTINUED FROM PAGE B2 • Norton 42, Plalnvllle 0 • Plalnvllle (0-2) .......................... 0 000—0 1 Norton (2-0) ............................ 15 20 7 0 — 42 Norton — Sloan 75 pass from Roeder (Foley kick). Norton — Petrie 50 run (Mills pass from Madde). Norton — Petrie 1 run (Kick Failed). Norton — Haussermann 20 run (Foley kick). Norton — Rushton 26 pass from Roeder (Foley kick). Norton — Hausserman 13 pass from Roeder (Foley kick). ELLIS — The Ellis prep football team bounced back from a loss in its season opener to shut out Stockton, 34-0. "A nice win," Ellis coach Art Schoenthaler said. "We kind of . needed that. "We played some physical football." Ellis knew Stockton was big up front defensively, so the Railroaders ran outside for good yardage. "We did a good job on the perimeter," Schoenthaler said. "They're big up the middle." Senior halfback Randy Kohl ran for 109 yards on 19 carries and scored one touchdown. Senior halfback Sam Mickelson added 71 yards on 18 carries, with two TD runs. Mickelson also was on the receiving end of a touchdown pass from senior quarterback ,,,,.Devin Schoenthaler, who threw for two scores. IH " Schoenthaler was 5-of-10 passing for 72 yards for Ellis (1-1). Stockton (0-2) took the opening - kickoff and drove inside the Ellis 10 before being stopped on downs. The Railers then went the length of the field to score the first touchdown of the game. "We had a nice goal-line stand in the first quarter," coach Schoenthaler said. "... It was huge. If they score, then you don't know what happens." .i- Ji: • Ellis 34, Stockton 0 • Stockton (0-2) ........................ 0 000 — 0 la Ellis (1-1) ................................ 7 14130 — 34 iu;(T- Ellis — Hook 28 pass from Schoenthaler (Augustine kick) im;;:* Ellis — Mickelson 8 pass from Schoenthaler (Augustine kick). Ellis — Mickelson 1 run (Augustine kick). Ellis — Mickelson 3 run (run failed). Ellis — Kohl 7 run (Augustine kick). ? ; WKLL *'"' BIRD CITY — Sophomore '^quarterback Jordan Barrett had a '^garne to remember Friday night b "against Bird City-Cheylin. Barrett accounted for 502 yards ^'."of total offense in the Vikings' 66*\ ^'is' Wes.teril Kansas.jLiberty " J Tie'ague' action^ " ^ J " Barrett ran for 229 yards on 27 carries and scored two touchdowns. Through the air in the ^Vikings' spread offense, Barrett "'/completed 18-of-37 passes for 273 '"yards, with six touchdowns and Jtaee interceptions. ^|\ Senior wide receiver Preston 'J ( !TVIackley had six catches for 88 , '^ards and three TDs for Triplains ^ (2-0). Junior wide receiver Jake Harper added five catches for 140 yards and one TD, and also ran for , another score. ."..- Junior wide receiver Rene Ro• "driguez caught four passes for 45 ^yards and two TDs. v':' Senior Matt Wilson threw for * 'one TD and ran for another for ' ,£heylin (1-1). " ° • Triplains 66, Cheylin 22 • i''Wlnona-Trlplalns(2-0) ......12 12 22 20 — 66 ,, Bird Clty-Cheylln (1-1) ........ 0 86 8-22 '" Triplains — Barrett 1 run (run failed) Wj ' Triplains — Mackley 25 pass from Barrett (pass failed). ar h Triplains — Harper 30 pass from Barrett ' '- v toass failed). 'lii •• Cheylin — Sager 6 pass from Wilson (An. Jholz run). '" Triplains — Barren 3 run (run failed). •""•i" ' Cheylin — Wilson 27 run (run failed). tl - r . Triplains — Rodriguez 16 pass from Barrett . '-''•. Triplains — Rodriguez 5. pass from Barrett (run failed). Cheylin — Knapp 19 run (run good). _ Triplains — Mackley 10 pass from Barrett (Barrett run). Triplains : — Mackley 7- pass from Barrett (Barrett run). _ Triplains — Harper 25 run (Rodriguez pass from Harper). &. ' AREA ifSf LUCAS — Victoria prep foot- coach Lee Smith had a hunch mior running back Justin ttwald would have a good game ay night. th's hunch proved right on e mark. Gottwald rushed for 135 j*%ards on just four carries and j scored two touchdowns in Victo\ ria's 46-0 win over Lucas-Luray. Gottwald scored Hie first two touchdowns of the game, on runs of 39 and 60 .yards. "He had a great week of prac- ice this week," Smith said of ^ottwald. "I thought he would *,jome out ready to play." Senior Tyler Dreiling added 115 yards on 15 carries, with TD runs of 30,24 and 49 yards. Victoria rushed for 338 yards, and Smith gave credit to the offensive line, led by guards Matt Sander, a senior, and sophomore Jeremy Lapka. "Our offensive line, I'm really pleased with," Smith said. "When you have backs rush for the yards they averaged, it's not just the backs, but the line." Defensively, it was the second shutout in as many games for the Knights. • Victoria 46, Lucas-Luray 0 • Victoria (2-0) 14 20 12 x —46 Lucas-Luray(0-2) 0 0 Ox — 0 Victoria — Gottwald 39 run (Gottwald run). Victoria — Gottwald 60 run (run failed). Victoria — Dreiling 30 run (run failed). Victoria — Hoffman 48 run (run failed). Victoria — Dreiling 24 run (Thull run). Victoria — Dreiling 49 run (run failed). Victoria — Brull 39 punt return (no PAT attempted). DOWNS — Downs raced out to a big halftime lead and coasted to a 40-18 win over Agra-Eastern Heights for the Dragons' first win. Senior Hosea Harris scored on runs of 2, 30 and 5 yards for Downs. Senior Brett Schoen scored from 25 and 26 yards out. Downs (1-1) led Eastern Heights (0-2) at halftime, 26-0. • Downs 40, Eastern Hts. 18 • Agra-Eastern Hta. (0-2) 0 06 12 — 18 Downs (1-1) 18 88 6 — 40 Downs — Harris 2 run (run failed). Downs — Schoen 25 run (run failed). Downs — Harris 30 run (run failed). Downs — Harris 5 run (Harris run). Downs — Schoen 26 run (Harris run). Eastern Heights — Wlslnger 5 run (run failed). • Downs — Wels 50 run (run failed). Eastern Heights — Adams 46 run (run failed). Eastern Heights — Winters 39 run (run failed). NESS CITY — Ness City scored two second-half touchdowns to win its second straight game to start the season, defeating Satanta, 16-7. Quarterback Alex Kuhlman threw a pair of TD passes to rally the Eagles. He also threw for two scores in last week's season opener. Kuhlman completed 10-of-16 passes for 104 yards. Steven Frank had five catches for 47 yards and one TD, and Drew Traxler had four receptions for 49 yards and a touchdown. Nick Mondero ran for 108 yards on 24 carries for Ness City. ,.. 'Ness City 16. Santana 7• 'Satanta (6-2')L.;.......';.'..'..'...r....'.:.'.:.7 0 0' 0 — 7 Ness City (2-0) 0 0 8 8 —16 Santana — Najera 60 run (Dunn kick). Ness City — Traxler 18 pass from Kuhlman (Frank pass from Kuhlman). Ness City — Frank 9 pass from Kuhlman (Frank pass from Kuhlman). RUSSELL — Russell scored 20 unaswered points in the second half to win its first game of the season, beating Belleville 20-6 in NCAA play Senior Cedric Holloway ran for two touchdowns for Russell (1-1). • Russell 20, Belleville 6 • Belleville (1-1) 060 0—6 Russell (1-1) 0 0 7 13 —20 Belleville — Simmons 1 run (PAT failed). • Russell — Holloway 4 run (Baars kick). Russell — Holloway 85 run (Baars kick). Russell — Wehllng 28 run (PAT failed). ROZEL — Bazine-Ransom dropped its second straight game of the young season, getting shut out by Rozel-Pawnee Heights, 20-0. Bazine-Ransom (0-2) battled Pawnee Heights (2-0) to a scoreless tie after the first half, but allowed three touchdowns in the second half. • Pawnee Hts. 20, Bazine-Ransom 0 • Bazine-Ransom (0-2) 0 0 00 — 0 Rozel-Pawnee Hts. (2-0) 0 0 14 6 — 20 Pawnee Heights — B. Pelton 2 run (PAT failed) Pawnee Heights — Myers 24 pass from D. Pelton (Ryan pass from D. Pelton). Pawnee Heights — D. Pelton 2 run (PAT failed). NWKL OAKLEY — Senior tailback Tanner Schmidt scored the winning touchdown as Atwood rallied for 13 points hi the fourth quarter to edge Oakley 20-14 in Northwest Kansas League action Friday night.. Schmidt scored his second touchdown of the game to cap the Buffaloes' rally, getting hi the end zone from a yard out. Oakley (1-1) scored two touchdowns hi the second quarter to lead Atwood (2-0) at halftime, 14-7. • Atwood 20, Oakley 14 • Atwood (2-0) 0 70 13 — 20 Oakley (1-1) o 14 0 0 — 14 Oakley — Dennis 2 run (run failed). Atwood — Schmidt 2 run (Lamb kick). Oakley— Racett 68 run (Smith run). Atwood — Horlnek 8 run (Lamb kick). Atwood — Schmidt 1 run (run failed). ontgomery sets record in 100 PARIS (AP) — Tim Montgomery of the United States set a i||6rld.recor$ in .the 100 meters on ^aturday, clocking 9.78 seconds at 'lelAAF, Grand Prix Final. ;;-The previous world record of s set; by fellow American liirice Greene in 1999. Greene I'trac'ingiin this event.' *,-"! .cjufi say I'm the fastest man o ever run the 100 ineters," Montgomery said. 1011 The tailwtyd registered 2.0 meters a.second, which is the maxi- mum limit. His time would not have been considered a world record if the tailwind had been any stronger. ,„-• Montgomery, who took/silver in last year's world/champi onships, had a previous best of 9.84. He earned $100,000 for break ing the world mark. "I just wanted to go out and beat (Dwain) Chambers," Montgomery said. "I didn't think about it." Chambers, of Britain, finished second hi 9.87. , STEVEN HAUSLER / Hays Dally News Fort Hays sophomore middle hitter Amber Zoglman spikes the ball as Chadron State senior middle hitter Cassie Bobbins, left, and sophomore setter Shelly Kraus go for the block in Saturday's match in GMC. Tigers open RMAC play at 2-0 By EDWARD CARIFIO HAYS DAILY NEWS It's not often a team comes out and plays strong after a coach argues with an official for almost 10 minutes. But the Fort Hays State University volleyball team did just that after Chadron (Neb.) State College coach Dawn Brammer argued a four-touch call against her Eagles in the second game of a 3028, 30-21, 29-31, 30-20 Tiger win in Rocky Mountain Athletic Association action in Gross Memorial Coliseum. After the Tigers took the first game 30-28, they took a 13-11 lead when the referee ruled that four Eagles touched the ball on a play — one more player than is allowed to hit it before the ball must go over the net. However, one of those hits was clearly on the initial block at the net — which does not count against those three al- lowedhits. „..,,,,,, : ..,.. So Brammer argued the call for close to 10 minutes to no avail. During the break, her team was pumped up, chanting and clapping. When play started again, that intensity rubbed off onto the Tigers as well, coach Jesse Mahoney said. "I was kind of concerned with that long delay," Mahoney said. They got a bad call against them. They went out and played with a little more heart, and I was happy that we stood up to it and finished rolling in that second game." But in the third game, things went wrong for the Tigers (8-2 overall, 2-0 RMAC). After taking a 3-0 lead, they fell behind 17-11. They kept making runs, but every time they tied the match, Chadron State (3-7, 0-2) went on a run to open up a bigger lead. The Tigers trailed 29-26, but caught Chadron State at 29. But sophomore Crystal Schauer hit the serve into the net — her only service error of the match to go with two aces, nine kills, 10 assists and 10 digs — giving Chadron State a 30-29 lead. The Eagles scored on the next volley for the win. "I think after the second game, we felt like .we had the ., match ,woni",JMahoney said. "We ,, weren't very focused and disciplined in that third game. By the time we realized we really had to play, it was out of our reach. But we had them at 29-29, and we serve into the net. But you use that as a learning experience. You don't want that to happen against a better team." In the fourth and final game, the Tigers scored the first four points on the way to a 16-5 lead and 30-20 win. "We came out in the fourth game and were much more focused and relaxed," Mahoney said. "We did the things we talked about and had more success." Junior outside hitter Andrea Logan led the way for the Tigers with a match-high 17 kills. Sophomore middle hitter Amber Zoglman added 14. Sophomore setter Jayme Eichner had 51 assists, while Logan and Eichner each had three aces. Freshman libero Kelly Skidmore had 17 digs. The Tigers travel to Kearney, Neb. Tuesday to take on RMAC rival University of Nebraska-Kearney. • MATCH NOTES: Former Oberlin prep standout Dani Dorshorst is now on the Chadron roster. In limited action, the.fresh- man recorded an assist.,.,, ,Tihe, Eagles won the third game despite a .130 kill average in that game. ... The Tigers opened RMAC play Friday with a 30-24, 30-24,. 30-25 win over Colorado School of Mines. Logan had 17 kills in that match, while Eichner had 37 assists and 15 digs to lead the team. Ginther paces Monarch boys at Wamego BY THE HAYS DAILY NEWS WAMEGO — The Thomas More Prep-Marian boys' cross country team finished llth at the 16-team Wamego Invitational Saturday. Freshman Tyler Ginther led the way for the Monarchs, finishing in 17th place in 18 minutes, 36.53 seconds. Senior Matt Walker was also in the top 20, taking 19th in 19:03.14 in the 130-runner Class 3-2-1A race. Senior Eric Wellman of Horton won in 17:07.11. The Monarch boys finished with 232 points, behind champ Clay County's 85. The Monarch girls' team did not have enough runners compete to place as a team. Senior Sarah Brown had the team's highest finish, 64th in 15:00.51. Olpe junior Michelle Stueve was first in 12:26.40, with WaKeeney-Trego junior Erin Locke second in 12:51.36. The Golden Eagles girls' team did not field enough runners to qualify for the team standings, and their boys' squad took ninth with 232. Norton was 12th with 252 points. Colby freshman Jessica Stephens took fifth in the Class 4A girls' race in 12:35.13, helping the Eagles finish .ninth. Clearwater sophomore Mallory Champa won the race in 11:48.84. Baldwin won the team standings with 74. Goodland's Speedy Aguilar took ninth in the boys' race in 17:43.27, behind winner Daniel Simon of Andale, in a time of 16:56.12. That helped Goodland to 205 points and an eighth-place finish, while Colby took seventh with 195. Baldwin won with 55 points. HHS: Junction City pulls away • CONTINUED FROM PAGE B2 "We're kind of a young team, and we have to overcome those mistakes," he said. "Both teams had some fumbles. We didn't get any of those, but we lost a few of ours. Both teams had opportunities, but we didn't get any to bounce our way. Good teams when they go hard, they make things happen. That's why Junction City got it more than us." Junction City tacked on. a touchdown with its opening possession of the second half for a 26-6 lead. On the ensuing Hays High drive, the Indians recorded their last first down against Junction City's first string. But HHS was unable to score and had to punt. When Junction City got the ball back, Dixon broke off a 78- yard touchdown run to put the game away. Junction City coach Randall Zimmerman said his team's depth just wore down the Indians. "We've got four very capable runrihig backs and a decent in- .side game that showed up tonight," Zimmerman said. "I think our depth just- got to them somewhat." Dixon finished with 12 carries for 158 yards, while Singeltary had 136 yards on 20 carries. Hays High next hosts Western Athletic Conference rival Liberal at Lewis Field Stadium on Friday • GAME NOTES: Junior quarterback Kyle Parker was 7-for-19 passing for 60 yards and an inter- • Junction City 39, Hays High 6 • • GAME IN FIGURES • Hays High Junction City First downs 11 15 Rushes-yards 41-124 47-388 Passing 7-19-1 2-7-0 Passing yards 60 25 Total plays-yards 60-184 54-413 Fumbles-lost 5-3 6-1 Penalties-yards 5-30 4-20 Punts-average 7-28.0 3-36.0 • SCORING SUMMARY • Hays High (0-2) 6 0 0 0— 6 Junction City (2-0) .....6 13 20 0 — 39 First quarter Hays High — Waslnger 3 run (run failed). Junction City — Singeltary 9 run (Kick (ailed). Second quarter Junction ,Clty —• Singeltary 7 run (Dupree kick). Junction City — Dixon 3 run (pass failed). Third quarter Junction City — Singeltary 4 run (Dupree •kick).' Junction City — Dixon 78 run (kick failed). Junction City—Dupree 33 run (Dupree kick). • INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS • Rushing Hays High — Alstatt 16-52, Sanders 6-33, Belort 3-13, Dreher 1-11, Waslnger 3-8, Hadley 5-4, Parker 2-3. Junction City — Dixon 12-158, Singeltary 20-138, Dupree 4-45, Barker 3-28, Carter 2-11, Hoover 1-5, Pageler 1-4, Atkins 4-4, Scalfe 1-2, Stevens 1-1. Passing Hays High — Parker 7-19-1, 60 yards; Sanders, 0-1-0,0 yards; Bens, 0-1-0,0 yards. Junction City — Dupree 2-7-0,2S yards. Receiving Hays High — Fox 6-42, Walter 2-18. Junction City —Dixon 1-13, Younkln 1-12. ception for the Indians, with five of those passes going to Fox. for 42 yards.... The Indians were 4-for-7 on third-down conversions in the first half, but finished 6-for-15. They were 2-for-2 on fourth-down conversions.... The Blue Jays fumbled six times, but lost just one, on the last play of the game.' Parker leads way for TIJ BY THE HAYS DAILY NEWS TOPEKA — Junior Daryn Parker led the way for the Fort Hays State University men's cross country team with a third-place finish at the Kansas State University Invitational Saturday. His top five finish — plus the llth-place finish by junior Matt Fouts — helped FHSU to 74 points and a third-place finish hi the five- team pool. The University of Kansas won with 35 points. Three teams were Division I schools. The Fort Hays women finished fifth with 112 points, one point behind fourth-place Emporia State University, and well behind winner Kansas and its 29 points. Senior Lisa Sullivan was the Tiger women's only top 20 finish er, taking 13th in 13 minutes, 45 seconds. Parker finished in 22:56 while Fouts crossed the line hi 23:33. Freshman Jared Fox fin ished'20th in 23:54. The race was supposed to be 21/2 miles for the women and four miles for the men, but: ended up at 21/3 miles and 41/2 miles, respec tively, because some of the run ners got lost hi each race.. The Tigers wjiU hbsj; the NCAA North-Central Preview 10 a,m Saturday at the FHSU course.', • Results are in Scoreboard, page B2., .. " ' ' • • '• - IMP: Late TD before halftime • CONTINUED FROM PAGE B2 "We thought we could get a touchdown out of it," Flax said. "We've been practicing it, and we thought we had a shot at getting a touchdown. If nothing else, we thought we could get a field goal going into halftime."Hoisington coach Lonnie Irvin said he knew Flax would call a pass and try to add to the lead. "We knew he was going to pass," Irvin said. "Great ball fake off the run, play action. That set us back a little because we had our linebackers coming up to stop the trap. They didn't catch the back out of the backfield. Then he went down the sideline." Hoisington (1-1 overall, 0-1, MSAA) used a 15-play drive that ate up 6:44 off the clock on the first possession of the third quarter, scoring on a 4-yard run by senior Clihton Van Scoyc. But the 2 point conversion failed. Hoisington recovered a TMP- Marian fumble on the Monarchs' next series, and the Cardinals drove to the 1-yard line, but a holding call pushed the Cardinals back to the Monarch 12. Gotten was intercepted in the end zone by Keberlein on the next play. TMP-Marian (2-0, 1-0) scored six plays after the interception, on a 64-yard TD pass from Keberlein to Dreiling, who got behind the defense and outran everybody to the end zone. "They came out with a couple new plays, and we weren't ready for them," Gotten said. "The two plays that really got us were two flares — the same play in different directions. We just weren't ready for them." Carlson's PAT run made it 25-6 with 9:54 to play in the game. TMP-Marian will travel to Larned Friday for a 7:30 p.m. MSAA game. A win over the Indians would give the Monarchs their first 3-0 start since the 1990 season, under then-head coach Dan Schmidt. • GAME NOTES: Carlson led the Monarchs with 85 yards rushing on 10 carries. His 54-yard run on a trap play in the second quar- i ter on a third<and-19 play set up ; the team's first score. ... Junior Tanner Lacy rushed for 52 yards on 15 carries. ... Gotten, who was hampered by an ankle and calf injury and didn't practice all week, rushed eight times for minus-8 yards. He completed 4-of-12 passes for 54 yards and was intercepted twice, both leading to TMP-Marian TDs. Gotten also punted four times, averaging 47.3 yards per punt. ... Dreiling averaged 44.7 yards on three punts for the Monarchs. • TMP 25, Hoisington 6 • • GAME IN FIGURES • Hoisington .- TMP First downs 10 9 Rushes-yards 40-105 33-131 Passing 4-13-2 5-7-0 Passing yards 54 146 Total plays-yards ' 53-159 40-277 Fumbles-lost 1-0 1-1 Penalties-yards 10-77 7-45 Punts-average 4-47.3 3-44.7 • SCORING SUMMARY • Hoisington (1-1, 0-1) ................ 0 060— 6 TMP (2-0, 1-0).. .......................... 0 17 0 8 — 25 Second quarter TMP — Keberleln 1 run (run failed). TMP — Drolling 27 field goal. TMP — Carlson 47 pass from Keberleln (Dreiling pass from Keberleln). Third quarter Hoisington — Van Scoyc 4 run (pass failed). Fourth quarter TMP — Dreiling 64 pass from Keberleln (Carlson run). • INDIVIDUAL 'STATISTICS • Rushing Hoisington — Van Scoyc 16-60, Hughes 732, Balrd 4-22, Cooper 2-1, Rous 3-(-2), Gotten TMP — Carlson 10-85, Lacy 15-52, Flax 1-2, Staab 1-2, Fleler 1-1, Keberleln 5-(-11). Patting Hoisington — Gotten, 4-12-2, 54 yards; Cooper, 0-1-0, 0 yards. TMP — Keberleln, 5-7-0, 146 yards. Receiving Hoisington — LaVlolette 3-49, Balrd 1 -5, TMP — Dreiling 1-64, Carlson 1-47, Lacy 127, Threlkel 2-8. Fleisher leader at RJR Championship CLEMMONS, N.C. (AP) — Bruce Fleisher shot a 6-under 64 a day after matching the Senior PGA Tour record with a 60 to take a five-stroke lead Saturday in the RJR Championship. Fleisher, seeking his first victory of the year after winning 14 times in his first three seasons on the senior tour, broke the senior record for consecutive rounds with his 124 total. Isao Aoki set the previous mark of 125 in the 1997 Emerald Coast Classic, and Walter Morgan matched it this year in the AT&T Canada Senior Open. • PAOLI, Pa. — Billy Andrade shot a 3-under 68 for the second straight round and maintained a one-stroke lead in the Pennsylvania Classic on Saturday, this time over Jeff Brehaut, • PORTLAND, Ore. — Annika Sorenstam shot a course-record 10-under 62, the third-best round of heir LPGA Tour career, Jo take a three-stroke lead Saturday in the Safeway Classic. <** .'»*

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