Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on October 18, 1968 · Page 11
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Rrdlands Doily Facts Friday, October 18, 1968 — 11 Terrific Terriers throttle Cardinals. 34-7 TERRIER CHARGE - Toilback Tim McGaffigan 21, charges through a hole during the Redlands High vs. San Bernardino game. Other Terriers are Rick West 67, Mike Milligan 53, Kevin Haggerty 66 and unidentified RHS player under the Cords Jerry Kern, 74. Redlands offense scored five times for the win. (Facts photos by Rick Krontz) RHS now 3-0 in league S.B. held to minus yardage by crushing defensive unit NOT AGAIN? — Is what the Son Bernardino High quarterbacks must have been saying as time after time the Redlands high defense, led by Scott Mundine, 19, dropped iho Card signal callers for losses. Coming up to help Mundine are Steve Mobry, 34, and Tony Serrano in front of Mabry. In the first three ploys of the second half the Cards wera thrown for 25 yards lost. By TAM IRVING A crushing defensive charge coupled with an explosive offensive attack boomed the Redlands High Terrier football team to a 34-7 victory over San Bernardino High Cardinals last night in the UR stadium. The win kept the Terriers atop the CBL title chase with a perfect 3-0 record while the Cards are now 0-3. Senior quarterback Jeff Nichols led the Terrier Touchdown parade, scoring tliree times, all on rollouts, and hitting Tim McGaffigan on a screen pass for another. The final TD came when reserve quarterback ."Mike Covell skirted left end on a keeper and outraced the defender into the end zone. The Redlands defense held the Cardinals to a minus four m total yardage, 'he finest effort of the season. The Cards were held to a minus 66 rushing and gained only 62 through tlie air. Redlands rolled up 259 yards rushing and 112 through the air as they blasted the Cards. San Bernardino's lone touchdown came in the final quarter with 51 seconds on the clock when end Ed Vickers pulled down a pass from Larry Henley in the end zone for a 21-yard score. Don Ector kicked the PAT. Nichols guided the Terriers 38 yards the third time they had the ball to open the scoring. Carries by Don Cabral and Tim Mc Gaffigan put the hall on the 27. iVichoIs took the snap, roiled to his left and then curled back around to the riglit and went the 27 into the end zone. Tony Serrano booted the first of his .four straight conversions with just five seconds left in the stanza. Redlands came ripping back in the second quarter for their second TD. .Again it was Nichols racing around left end for four and the six points. Big gainer on the drive was a 21 yard pickup on a pass from Nichols to Greg Ilorton down the sideline. Fearsome charges by .ScoU IMiiiidine, Steve Mabry and Mike Milligan. along with the other Terrier defenders, gave the Cardinals a minus 14 rushing and ^passing in the first two periods. • With almos the entire RHS team pouring through, the Cards Io2t 25 yards in the first three plays of the second half, ki one tirne eight players were in on the tackle of the quarterback. Redlands marched 56 yards for their third score with Nichols again keeping around left end. .McGaffigan and Cabral alternated on the rushing attack. X fumble recover\- l)y Rick Hughes at the end of the third : again. After moving to the Cardinal 33, Nichols dropped back and threw to McGaffigan on a screen pass to the left. With blockers clearing the way, McGaffigan zipped down the line for the score. I Serrano picked off an SBHSi aerial on the 50 to begin the final TD drive for Redlands. With .Mike Covell quarterbacking the second team, the Terriers drove into the end zone. With Wayne Gordinier. Bob Butze and Bill Reeves packing the mail, the RHS gridders went to the eight. Covell took the snap and staged a footrace with the defense around left end. Covell won. Reeves' try for the point was deflected by a Cardinal hand. "I'm really pleased with the second group and the fact that we cot to play all the kids, it's a good tiling for the team," coach Paul Womack .said. •'."Mundine and Milligan turned in good jobs for us. Assistant coaches Joe DeMaggio. Ken Sherman and Larry Britten, of- fen.-ivc backs, defensive secondary and line mentors, respec- New league being formed SANTA BARBARA fUPI>- The new Pacific Coast Athletic .Association adopted the framework of a conference constitution and operating code at a meciing of athletic rcpresc.ila- fives and directors of athletics. One of a series of organizational meetings of the new con-| ference was held Thursday at| the University of California a! Santa Barbara. Another meeting will be held Nov. 25-26 at San Francisco. tively. have done a fine job all year." the head man said. Next week the Terriers host Eisenhower in the UR stadium on Friday night. Score by quarters: San Bernardino .0 0 0 7—7 Redlands 7 7 7 13—34 Scoring: R — .Nichols, 27 run, Serrano kick: Nichols 4 run, Serrano kick; .Nichols 4 run, Serrano kick: McGaffigan 33 pass from .Nichols. Serrano kick; Covell 8 run. kick failed; SB —Vickers 21 pass from Henley. Ector kick. San RedStatistics: Bernardino lands First downs f> Hushinq yardage -w; Passing yardage iVl Passes attempted 16 Passes completed 7 Passes had intercepted I Punts 6 Punting average .".fi Yards penalized 20 15 259 112 13 5 n 70 Citrus Belt- League Varsity Football School Won Lost Redlands 3 0 Eisenhower 2 0 Chaffey 2 0 Pacific I 1 Fontana I 1 San Bernardino 0 3 San Gorgonio 0 2 Ramona 0 2 Tonight's Schedule Pacific vs. Eisenhower at Fontana High. Fontana at Chaffey. Saturday's Schedule San Gorgonio vs. Ramona at Orange Show Stadium. Valley college, Riverside play at Orange Show .San Bern;irdino Valley College rcn£w> its Icng-slandins rivalry with Riverside City College nn the Orange Show Gridiron tonight in a Soulheasteni Conference clash with kickoff at 8 o'clock. The survivor of the tii>>!c will remain in fir.-t place in the conference standings after two weeks of play. I The game is r;ilc(i a to>siip [with the winner, as SBVC's coach .loe L;)sh concurs, being the team which gets the nio.-l breaks. Tlic tvso teams liring in different otfcn.'-ive stylos of play. The ln(ii,in< can he st(i[)|)r!l 'but have ilic nihility ii> break Ihc game IHK-U anytime with the long gajn hcciiuse cif the speed of its receivers and backs. Riverside, on the other hand, plays slnetly power football willi its barks grinding riut the yardage on the ground. Last week SBVC opened tlie conference with a :;0-12 win over Southwestern. Medal awards in Olympics ME.XICO CITY (UPI)-Medal standings in the Olympic Games at the end of Thursday's competition; Gld Slvr Bne Tfl 5 7 6 18 !l 3 5 17 Small college grid teams on coast in action By United Press International The powerful San Diego State Aztecs, the top college division football team in the nation, hosts an upset-niindcd Los Angeles State team in the I.'it'i meeting between the tun schools Saliuday night With .San Diego Slate having dropped out nf the California Collegiate .Athletic Association, no conference prestige w ;is involved. lJut tlie Diablds have pointwl for the game as the contest lliat higlilighled their schedule. The Aztecs have a 4-0 record] which includes victories oven .such powerful intersectional foes as University of Texas at .Ar-; lingion. Montana State and Tex-; ;)s Southern. Los .Angeles State i> 3-0 with 'ine intersectional win; over Parsons. I The featured Ct'A.A came this weekend finds Cal Poly of San l.uis Obispo invading Fre.-no for a meeting with Ihc Mustangs.! Fresno Slate holds the conference lead with a 10 record hut is 2-2 overall. The .Mustangs have mil (ilaycd a conference, game yet. ' Other CCA.A schools play non- conference foes. Long Beach State, coming off a big victory over Te.xas at El Paso, hosts U. C. Santa Barbara; Valley State is at Northern Arizona and Cal Poly of Pomona is at U.C. Davis. In the .Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, Pomona meets Caitech in a Friday night game; Occidental is at Clarcmont-Mudd Saturday afternoon; Whittier plays at Cal Western in a nonconference game and Redlands meets U.C. Ivivcrside. Raiders ready for Chiefs I O.AKLAND. Calif. (UPll-Thc: Oakland Raiders, knocked fromj the top rung in the .Amereian Football League's Western Bivi-; sion, are ready for the leader,; Kan.sas City. "I think we're really going to stick it to Kansas Cily," saidj quarterback Darjie Lamonica Wednesday. "I can hardly wait for Sunday . . . We know we had; a bad day against San Diego and we're eager to show everybody' what we can do." ! The loss to the Chargers not' only cost the Raiders their hold, on first place but al.so ended I their AFL winning streak at 14 .1 Nation Russia U.S. Hungary Kenya Poland Australia Great Britain West Germany Romania France .lapan f^ast Germany Sweden Czechoslovakia Italy Iran Tunisia Austria Holland Brazil Denmark Ethiopia Finland .lamaiea Mexico 5 12 2 0 1 2 1 2 1 2 0 3 0 0 3 0 (I Facts Classified Ads Can Sell An>-thing Call 793-3221 FIRST OF THREE - Senior Redlands High quarterback Jeff Nichols completes this 27-yard keeper in the first quarter by running over Son Bernardino defender for the opening touch- dovJn. Nichols scored two other six pointers lost night as he guided the team to its third CBL victory. 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MRPORT 860... ...H... ,.., D3ily 6:52a 863... ...S.... ...ExSa 8:26a 866... ...S ...Daily 10:13a 569... ...S.... ...ExSaSu .,..12:13p 871... ...S... . ..ExSaSu .... l:45p 874... ...S... ...Daily 3:55p 876... ... H... Daily 5:27p 579... ...S... ... ExSaSu 7:45p 881... ...S... ... Daily 9:25p 883... ...H... Daily 10:49p LEAVE LA. AIRPORT 5:303. . 5:35a.. 7:103. . 8:55a.. 10:553.. 12:25p.. 2:35p.. 4:15p.. 6:30p., 8:07p.. 9:30p.. ARRIVE SAN BERNARDINO RIVERSIDE San Bernardino- Tri- Qrange Show City Riverside Heliport Airport Heliport .. 6:07a 6:19a 6:07a 6:19a . - 7:56a 7:46 a # 7:56a . = 9:37a 9:27a # 9:37a . =11:423 11:32a #ll:42a ,.471 S ExSaSu # l:07p 12:57p # l:07p .474 S Daily # 3:26p 3:16p .# 3:26p .776 H Daily 4:47p 4:57p .779 S ExSaSu # 7:14p 7:04p # 7:14p .481 S Daily = 8:56p 8:46p # 8:56p .783 H Daily 10;10p 10:04p Flight Equip. Freq. .760 H SaOnly. .760 H ExSa. .. .763 S ExSa. . . .766 S Daily... .469 S ExSaSu. Code s= — Limousine service provided to/from TriCity Airport. H — Equipment: Sikorsky S-61 28-passenger Helicopters. S — Equipment: deHaifilland 18-passenger Twin Turbine STOL (Twin-Otters). TICKETS & FARES: Tickets issued over, or including, LA Airways (LX) at the fares shown in Tariff PF-7 are vaRd on all LA Ain»ays flights—whether Sikorsky S-61 equipment is used or Twin-Otters. RIVERSIDE naiPORT is located at 2200 Market Street (previously Crestmore) which is north of Fairmont' Par* and just east of the "Crestmore Ave." turn-off of Pomona Freeway "SO." The Riverside Heliport is only 1 nlle north of downtown Riverside and is 10 miles northwest of March Air Force Base via freeway all the way. SAN BERNARDINO-NAHONAL ORANGE SHOW HaiPORT is located south of Mill Street at tfie iittersedmi of Arrowhead and Central. Entrance to Heliport is on Central Ave. The San Bernardino Heliport is 1 mile sootli of downtown San Bernardino and only 2 miles west of Norton Air Force Base. TRI-CITY AIRPORT is located at 10123 Waterman Ave. and is easily reached directly from downinni Sn Bermr- dino (3 miles), from Norton Air Force Base (3 miles), from San Bernardino Heliport (2 miles), and nay aitt bt reached via the Waterman off-ramp from the Redlands Freeway. For Information and Resenrations: See your Travel Agent or Airline Office or phone your local heliport RIVERSIDE: OV 4-4943 (area 714) er (213) 646-3737 FARES as low as $5.26 on joint-fare tickets. SAN BERNARDINO: TU 4-5333 (area 714) or (213) 646-3737 TOTAL AIR SERVICE —Through ticketing and baggage checked from local heliport to final destination—any- vrtiere in the world! A! SINCE 1947

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