Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 20, 1962 · Page 12
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 12

Garden City, Kansas
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Saturday, October 20, 1962
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Hutch Tips Busters, 7-0 HUTCHINSON — Garden City Junior College and Hutchinson pushed and pulled through four quarters of Jayhawk Juco Conference foofiball here Friday night at Gowans Stadium. When it-was'all over, the host Blue Dragons had racked a 7-0 victory, set up by a pass interception in the third quarter. At game's end, Garden had driven to the Dragon 10-yard line for its best threat of the night. • It was largely a defensive game, with few penetrations and only a handful of thrills. Only eight yards separated the two rivals in final net yardage gained. The victory was the second in a row for Coach Bill Goldsmith's rejuvenated Hutch crew, who bombed Jayhawk co-leader Dodge City last week. Hutch loet its first four starts this fall. Garden, coached by Homer Salter, is now 2-5 overall. Hutch started rolling early, taking the ball downfield after the opening kickoff. The Dragons moved to the Broracbuster 16 in 14 plays before being held for downs. That was Hutch's longest sustained thrust of the night. The Dragons got a fourth-down break in that series. Hutch punted, but Garden City was offside — keeping the march alive. All of the plays were in the ground except for one short pass. Fullback Joe Harrison (with 26 net yards in 5 carries) and Joe Nicoletto (16 yards in 3 rushes) sparked that thrust. Harrison was stopped just shy of a first down on the Buster 16. That ended,. that threat. Garden then made a first down, but halfback Marvin Wells was dropped for a 16-yard loss. The Busters punted. Hutch made a first down, was stymied by a penalty, and kicked back. Gar ten then took over for its second series of the night. The Busters ran 17 plays — but see- sawd up and down the field. Seven infractions were called in that series. Garden made three first downs and penetrated as far as the Hutch 41. But tine Busters were set back to their own 30-yard stripe and kicked on fourth down. Hutch failed to gain and punted back. Garden then rolled to the Hutch 39 via two personal fouls on the Dragons. But on first down at the Dragon * * * Statistics Almost Even HUTCHINSON — Statistics were even here Friday as Hutchinson Juco edged Garden City 7-0. The visiting Busters led by 11-8 in first downs and had a 134-119 edge in net rushing yardage. Garden completed just 2 of 12 passes for 49 yards. Hutch hit 6 of 13 for 72 yards. Hutch thus had :. 191483 total edge in rushing and passing. Each club intercepted one pass and each was penalized 10 times. Garden lost 75 yards to the officials and Hutch was penalized 90 yards. Each squad lost 1 of 3 fumbles. Garden punted seven times and averaged 40 yards per kick. Hutch averaged 40 on its eight kicks. No individual made big yardage. Fullback Willie Shine carried 23 times for Garden and netted 94 yards, a per-try average of 4.1 yards. Johnny Jones netted 16 yards in 8 rushes, and Jerry Reagan 15 yards in 8 tries._ Marvin Wells netted a yard fn six carries. Arlo Landsey picked up five yardg on one rush. Page 13 Garden City Telegram Saturday, October 20, 1962 39, Wells fumbled and Hutch recovered. Four plays later, the Dragons booted 44 yards to put Garden deep in its own territory again. • Fullback Willie Shine gained 16 yards in four carries to pace the 3usters back to midfield. Garden made p. first down in that series, running nine plays. The Busters kicked on fourth down from their own 48. .'hen came a Hutch threat. On the irrst play, soph halfback Eddie' Powell galloped 12 yards. Then quarterback Ray Seymour passed to Frank Regier on a neat play that covered 30 yards. Regier started at quarter in the game, then moved to fullback. That gave Hutch a first down at the Garden 35. On the next play, the Dragons drove to the Garden 29 — and fumbled the ball away. The half ended on the next play. Sparring continued in the third quarter. Hutch reached the Garden 42 hi seven plays and was held. That march was sparked by a 22-yard aerial from Seymour to Nicoletto. Shine then carried four of seven plays as Garden drove to the Hutch 42 and was stopped. Regier ran 13 yards and the Dragons reached the Buster 39 — then punted into the end zone. Four plays later came the play that set up the lone score. Garden was set back to its 10- yard line for holding. Shine pas.- sed, and Phdl Strange intercepted. He returned it a short distance — to the Garden City 2-yard stripe. That was the spark Hutch needed. Nicoletto hit the line twice, going through left tackle for the final yard. The placeMck for conversion was good. Hutch had its winning points witih 3:45 left in the third quarter. Each clulb was then contained in its own territory for a spell. Hutch readied the Buster 34 in the mid-fourth and punted out of bounds on the Garden 7-yard line to put the Busters in a deep hole. The two exchanged punts, Hutch getting off a quick kick that rolled dead on the Garden 13. With time running out, the Busters launched their-final, near miss drive 1 from there. Reagan was dropped back to the Buster 9. Arlo'Lindsey ran for 5. Reagan connected with a spectacular - 41-yard aerial to Wells. The latter would have made it all the way with another block or two. That put Garden on the Hutch 45. Reagan was stopped for no gain. Shine then powered 29 yards — to a first down at the Dragon 16. The final series was run by Garden from the spread formation. Reagan ran for 6 yards — to the Hutch 10. On second down, quarterback Pete Minaya overshot his mau in the end zone. The game ended on the next play. Next Saturday afternoon, Garden entertains El Dorado JC in the Broncbuster Homecoming. Garden 0000 — 0 Hutch . 0070 — 7 College Scores College Football Miami (Fla.) 28, Maryland 24 Washburn 34, St. Benedicts 13 Freshmen Arkansas 12, Oklahoma State 12 (tie) Nebraska 31, Kansas State 0 Junior College Independence 19, El Dorado 6 Hutchinson 7, Garden City 0 Tclograj Photo THERE GOES RICHARD. Holcomb's Richard Bennett scored Holcomb's first touchdown against Sublette Friday on this spect acular play. He returned a Lark kickoff 98 yards, racing up the west sidelines. No. 75 for Sublette is Danny Stapleton. Bennett later returned another kickoff 95 yards to a score and ran back a recovered fumble for Holcomb's final touchdown in the big HPC upset. Hot comb, Larks Tie-,19-19 HOL6OMB — Holcomb's Longhorns — virtual infants on the gridiron with just three seasons of play under their belt — looked like football giants here Friday afternoon. Coach Chuck Laskey's undermanned squad came from behind to deadlock Sublette's Larks 1919 in a High Plains Conference upset of king-sized proportions. Last week, Holcomb had been smothered 51-6 at Elkhart. Friday the Longhorns used a patchwork backfield, with nearly all regulars out with injuiies. But the Orange and Black squad simply wouldn't give up, and put the most memorable win in school history in the record books. A big chunk of the credit went to senior fullback Richard Bennett, who ran only about six offensive plays all afternoon. The fleet Longhorn romped 98 and 95 yards with two kickoffs to rack a pair of his club's touchdowns. Halfback Lindsay. Wright was the big threat for Coach Rodney Long's visitors, scoring all three touchdowns. Sublette romped to a 6-0 early in the game when Wright sped 67 yards through left tackle. But Robert Messcrly's kick for conversion hit the crossbar and missed. Then came the first of Bennett's big runs. He grabbed the kickoff on his own 2-yard stripe and sped up the west sidelines. He 'ran away from his interference and outdistanced Lark pursuers. Holcomb then went ahead by 7-6 on the conversion. Tackle Buster Adams passed to fullback Kenny Burch for the., point. Sublette scored again in the early second frame. The Larks nabbed a fumble at the Holcomb 1-yard line. Two plays later, Wright swept right end for the i yard. Messerly added the point via run to put Sublette ahead by 13-7 at intermission. In thg third, Sublette scored again — and the game started to look like It would follow the form- chart. A few plays after the final half started; Wright sped 81 Leoti Grinds Out Win Over Dighton DIGHTON — Leoti's Indians ground out a 7-0 victory here Friday night in a wind-blown Western Kansas Education Assn. football thriller to spoil homecoming for the host Hornets. Only touchdown was scoreJ with 6 minutes left in the third stanza. Halfback Jim McBride plunged four yards to cap a 38- yard march in eight plays. He also ran for the extra point. Fumbles and penalties hurt Dighton at crucial times. The Hornets twice reached the Indian 4-yard line, only to fumble away pasossion. On another occasion, Dighton hobbled the ball on the Leoti 15. Penalties hampered Hornet thrusts on three other drives. Leoti's only other TD threat was stopped at the Dighton 22 on downs in the second period. Dighton led by 10-9 in first downs and outrushed the visitors by 154-138 in net yardage. The losing Hornets completed 6 of 12 passes for 146 yards, compared to 2 of 6 for 25 yards for Leoti. Dighton had a big 300-163 bulge in net yards. The home squad was penalized 55 yards, Leoti 15. The Hornets lost 4 of 5 fumbles, while the Indians lost 2 of 3. The losers punted four times for a good 45-yard average. Leoti averaged 33 yards per try on its- five kicks. Charlene Atlerberry was crowned homecoming queen. Her attendants were seniors Carolyn Fiogel and Camillo Mumma. Leoti meets traditional non- league rival Lakin next Friday at Leoti while Dighton travels to Tribune for a WKEA game with the Jackrabbits. Leoti Dighton 0 0 7 0%- 7 0000 — 0 yards to a third Lark touchdown, but Charles Giles was stopped short on run for point. 3ublette then led by 19-7. But once more Bennett did the trick. This time he gathered in the kickoff on his 5-yard stripe — and roared 95 yards up the middle for anoth.r score. Several Longhorns threw blocks, but the key one was by end Al Stegman. ..Buster Adams' kick for point was blocked. Final score came >vith three minutes left in the game. Giles fumbled when dropped back on a' pass attempt. Bennett nabbed the ball and sped 40 ; ards to score. Adams' kick for point — which could have won the game — was blocked. The two rivals traded pass Interceptions to run out the clock. Only backfield regular in for Holcomb was fullback Kenny Burch. Out with hurts and ailments were halfback-q u a r t e r- back Gene Brown, quarterback John Katz, and halfback Rodney Adams. Top guns for the Longhorns on defense were Gary Richmcicr, Adams, and Dick Baier. Sublette led by 298-251 in net rushing yardage and gained 36 yards via' passes. Holcomb completed 3 of 5 passes for 10 yards. Sublette lost 4 of 5 fumbles and Holcomb lost 1 of 2. Holcomb is now 1-2-1 for the season. The Longhorns entertain Satanta next Friday afternoon in another HPC start. Sublette, now 2-3-1 overall, Plays host to Syracuse next Friday night in an important HPC test. Holcomb Sublette ..... .. 7066 —1» 6760 —19 North Carolina, a perennial football power, has not had an undefeated, untied team since 1898. SHAMROCK SERVICE WINTERIZE NOW With New Anti-Freeze and Hoses OPEN 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. 132 W. Kansas BR 6-9959

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