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14 DAILY CHRONICLE, DeKalbSycamore, III. Sunday, October 11, 1987 Spartans... Knights on top at Kane Invite Continued from page 11. that they didn't have a field goal kicker," Kearney said about the two-point conversion tries. "We knew he had to go for the bomb. We . were able play our defense a little deeper." "J ' Both teams missed on several scoring opportunities. Geneva failed to score more in spite of 162 yards passing from Bristow. Sycamore had a 75-yard first-quarter drive negated by a lost fumble. "I think the kids are trying not to lose," Kearney said. "They take away the aggressiveness. I think it's a hesitation." , Spartan notes: On defense, Nevltt led the Spartans with 14 tackles. Todd Weaver and Truckenbrod had 11 stops each. Griglione and Jason Schulze added nine tackles each. Schulze was in on four Huskies... stops for losses. Jeff Mohr had an interception and Weaver a fumble recovery to end Viking fourth-quarter drives. In the sophomore game, Geneva scored twice in the fourth quarter to defeat the Spartans 19-13. the final Viking touchdown came in the last minute of play and followed a blocked punt. Sycamore got both its TDs from J.J. Wllley. The Spartan receiver scored one on a 16-yard option pass from Brad Johnson and the other on a 27-yard reverse aided by a Neil Vackar block. Mike McPherson added an extra point kick. The Spartan sophomores fell to 2-2, 2-4. The win was Geneva's first of the season. "(The Spartans) played a real good ballgame against Waubonsie. Then they get to talking about how good they are," said Sycamore coach Terry Ericson. "They forgot to play. In the past, they used to rise to the occasion and play defense." Geneva 0 0 12 0 12 Sycamore 0 7 0 6 13 Scoring S - Dan Truckenbrod, 1 run (Chris Jones kick). G ban Delaney, 9 pass from Rich Bristow (pass failed). G - Delaney, 4 pass from Bristow (pass failed). S - Mike Petrle, 7 pass from Truckenbrod ( run f a i led ) . Summary Gen. Syc. First downs 20 15 Rushes-yards..;....... 39-116 " 34-150 . Yards passing 162 46 Total offense 278 196 Passing 13-27-1 5-10-2 (Com-att-had int) Punts-ave! 2-33.5 3-25.7 Fumbles-lost 2-1 2-1 Yards penalized 8-75 6-70 RUSHING: Geneva - Vic Mehren 23-92, Eric Howard 5-46, Kurt Swanson 4-minus 5, Rich Bristow 5-minus 40, Dan Deleny 2-21. Sycamore Albert Cedillo 14-59, Mike Nevitt 10-45, Rob Russell 9-45, Dan Truckenbrod 1-1. PASSING: Genva Rich Bristow 13-27-1-162. Sycamore Dan Truckenbrod 5-8-0-46. Todd Weaver 0-2-2-0. RECEIVING: Geneva - Keith Boudart 3-30, Jordan Chalmers 1-8, Dan Delaney 7-95, Jim Klein 2-29. Sycamore Scott Lindsey 1-14, Mike Petrie 3-21, Todd Dembinski 1-11. ST. CHARLES - Kaneland High Schools' boys' and girls' cross country- placed third and first respectively at the Kane County Invitational at Leroy Oaks Forest Preserve here Saturday. Jim Probst paced the Knights at 16:01 over 3.0 miles for eighth place and Jim Hannon took 10th at 16:15. The Knights totaled 84 to St. Charles' 24. The Saints' Eric Baron was overall first at 15:29. Kaneland topped Burlington Central for first in the Class A Division. Kerry Rink finished first for the girls with a 13:03 on a 2.25 mile Barbs... course to bring the Knights a first place finish of 43. Heather Hagberg followed in second only 38 seconds belli 11(1 "It was cold, windy, and just bad running weather. It was hard to get loosened out," said boys' coach Larry Eddington. "The meet was very emotional; the boys really got excited. We wanted to do well against Burlington Central because they beat us twice this year. With four weeks left, we're at our key part of the season. I'm very pleased." "'" Kane County Invitational at Leroy Oaks Forest Preserve Boys' results Team scores St. Charles 24, Dundee Crown 72, Kaneland 84, Burlington Central 114, East Aurora 141, Elgin 167, West Aurora 204. Knights - 8, Jim Probst, 16:01, 10, Jim Hannon, :15, 14, Rich Vernon, :24, 17, Mark Kaufmann, :31, 35, Steve Gramley, 17:21, 47, Mario Walsh, 18:41. Girls' results ; Team scores Kaneland 43, St. Charles 55, West Aurora 67, Dundee Crown 80, East Larkin 117, East Aurora 129, Elgin 196. Knights - 1, Kerry Rink, 13:03, 2, Heather Hagberg, :41, 14, Ann Krueger, 14:52, 17, Autumn Calsse, 15:18, 22, Sarah Richmond, :34, 34, Lisa Miller, 16:14. Continued from page 11. o 24 0 -3 - Toledo 0 5 Northern Illinois 0 14 Scoring NIU - Pete Genetempo, 2 run (John Ivanic kick). UT - John Jones blocked Darren Monnett's punt out of end zone for safety. UT - Bruce Nichols, 37 FG. NIU - Mike Strasser, 1 run (John Ivanic kick). NIU - John Ivanic, 21 FG. NIU - Kent Iwema, 44 pass from Marshall Taylor (John Ivanic kick). NIU - Tim Peshek, 2 run (John Ivanic kick). Rodney Taylor, 58 punt return (John Ivanic kick). -John Ivanic, 28 FG. Summary NIU First downs 24 Rushes-yards 61-357 Yards passing 99 Total offense 456 Passing 8-14-0 (Com-att-had int) NIU-NIU- UT 13 37-59 130 189 16-24-2 Punts-ave 2-23 8-39 Fumbles-lost 6-1 3-0 Yards penalized 6-50 6-69 Individual statistics RUSHING: NIU - Marshall Taylor 13-102, Tim Peshek 15-61, Pete Genetempo 8-37, Rodney Taylor 5-23, Keith Hurley 6-39, Mike Strasser 4-40, Kent Iwema 4-27, Chris Montgomery 2-20, Drake Shead 2-9, Chris Gholston 1-7, Darren Monnett 1-minus 8. UT - David Rohrs 15-83, John Perry 9-20, Neil Trotter 1-7, Allen Smiley 2-20, Bill Bergan 4-minus 34, Steve Keene 5 -minus 37. PASSING: NIU-MarshallTaylor 7-12-0-92. Pete Genetempo 1-2-0-7. UT - Steve Keene 10-17-2-46. Bill Gergan 6-7-0-84. RECEIVING: NIU - Keith Hurley 3-14, Virgil Gerin 2-17, Kent Iwema 1-44, Drake Shead 1-13, Mike Strasser 1-11. UT -David Rohrs 6-46, Jerry Evans 3-25, John Perry 2-19, Eric Hutchinson 1-19, Joe Windover 1-13, Brad Schlachter 1-6, Rich Isaiah 1-5, Allen Smiley 1-minus 3. LEADING TACKLERS: NIU Ron Dellsi 10, Mike Hlggins 9, Kevin Frazier 9, Mike Manson 8, Kevin Cassidy 8, Phil Foley 7, Ted Hennings 7. UT - Jim Marquard 15, Dewayne Fletcher 13, Steve Huffman 12, Pat Delaney 7. Attendance -20,939 (5th largest of 80 homecomings). Malta, Knights jwin on courts MALTA - Malta High School defeated DeKalb 15-7, 16-14. 15-1 in noncon-ference volleyball here Saturday. . "The second game we :had them (DeKalb) down but let them back up," said Malta coach Kim Vitek. J" Kim Romanski sprained ;her ankle before the start ;of the game. I had to change the line-up. Shannon Phillips filled in and did a good job hitting. We're struggling. We need to get up for the next games to get second in conference. Jill Frye had 11 service points with three aces in ;the third game. Kim Baker led the Barbs !with eight points and Julain Sulaver added six points along with six "good" blocks. Michelle Guymon and Rhonda Davis had six and five kills respectively. "We had a slow start in the first game. We were .working good in the second. We covered, were '-aggressive, stayed tough iind went in to win," said-'DeKalb coach Julie West. "There was no com-jnunication in the third game. Weren't trying hard enough to stay in game." Malta stands at 14-5 overall and hosts Newark in Little Seven Conference play Tuesday. DeKalb has a scheduled game at West Aurora Tuesday but with an epidemic of measles at !West Aurora, the game Jnight be cancelled or rescheduled. KANELAND 2-1 at Wheaton Central quadrangular After opening with a 15-9, 1-15, 7-15 to Aurora Central Catholic, Kaneland swept Geneva 15-0, 15-8 for the third time this season, and edged Wheaton Central 15-J0, 10-15. 15-13. "We started off playing pretty smooth." said Kaneland coach Mary Alica Robison. "Then in the second game against Aurora Central, we had a communication breakdown. It carried over into the third game. "We had a good talk after that match. They knew (hey bad to play with self-respect that second match. It's hard the third time i winning against the same team). They came out attacking." Marianne Naughton led the Knights, now 11-8 1 with 20 service points for the meet. Sheri Hensley scored 15. Suzie Heinberg, Cindy Kozlowski and Vicky porter spiked for 10 kills each. Kozlowski had nine digs. Hensley set for 12 assists on spikes. llQlM Continued from page 11. ferent formation and ran a little of it. It helped some in certain situations with the power I. But the kids just played super. They hung in there and hung in there and didn't make mistakes on offense. We might not have had all the yardage, but we didn't turn the ball over." Monken praised both teams for their defense. "I knew they were a good football team," he said about DeKalb. "We didn't underestimate them. We might have had a player here or there who did but we didn't underestimate them. When you play Streamwood 3-0 and Elgin 7-3 we knew they were tough defensively. There just wasn't anything we could do about it. They just won it." Barb notes: Linebackers Scott Eike and Brett Mllburn and safety Steve Balster were all over the field making big plays on defense. ..End Kevin Smith got the only quarterback sack of the game dropping Schoen for a nine-yard loss. Smith injured a leg and played on defense primarily after going both ways the first half.. .On special teams, Paul Hadley returned four punts for 16 yards and Balster returned three for 14.. .Matt Buhr had DeKalb's longest gain from scrimmage with a 33-yard Inside reverse run. Sharp's block opened the hole. Sharp also had the key block on DeKalb's second-longest play, a 17-yard screen to Donnelly.. .Lake Park's Bryan Hanson led his club's defense from his linebacking spot.. .Not only did the DeKalb football team turn in an all-time great effort, the Barb pom pon squad did too at halftime. DeKalb's sophomore team rolled to 5-1 with a 41-6 victory. Rakeem Short returned a punt and an interception for touchdowns. Duane Benlon rushed for two more from scrimmage. Sam Walt returned an Interception and Roger Votaw ran for two more scores'. Coach Dave Barelli singled out his MsmaMammmmmmamm secondary of Walt, Short, Votaw and Karlos Ramirez and second-team runningbacks Al Thurman and Jerry Veneza for their play. "We looked at it as an opportunity to get ready for Larkin," Barelli said. "I'm happy everyone got to play for the second week in a row." Lake Park 0 0 00 7 7- 14 DeKalb " 0 00 7 8- 15 Scoring DeKalb - Dan Pavelich, 8 Jay Barresi pass (Jay Barresi kick). Lake Park - Curt Newingham, 10 run (Dave Frank kick). Lake Park - Bryan Hanson, 3 run ( Dave Frank kick). DeKalb - Lance Earl, 9 Jay Barresi pass ( Dan Pavelich, Jay Barresi pass). Summary LP DeK. First downs 1' ' Rushes-yards 39-175 40-132 Yards passing, 67 34 Total offense 242 166 Passing 6-14-0 3-12-0 (Com-att-had int) Punts-ave 6-40 8"35 Fumbles-lost 2-1 1-0 Yards penalized 5-45 1-15 Individual statistics RUSHING: DeKalb - Kevin Smith 6-18, Matt Buhr 13-66, Tyler Donnelly 14-35, Jacob Keck 1-0, Jay Barresi 2-2, Paul Hadley 2-5, Scott Eike 1-2, Bret Milburn 1-3, Andy Sharp 1-1. Lake Park - Curt Newingham 16-62, Jason Pankau4-33, Bryan Hanson 6-25, Bob Schoen 11-43, Dave Frank 1-4, John Hagen 1-8. PASSING: DeKalb - Jay Barresi 3-12-0-34. Lake Park - Bob Schoen 6-14-0-76. RECEVING: DeKalb - Tyler Donnelly 1-17, Dan Pavelich 1-8, Lance Earl 1-4. Lake Park - Curt Newingham 1-29, Jason Pankau 2-22, Dave Frank 1-7, Darrell Reidinger 1-9, Dave DeLislel-8. America's Favorite Store Tires And service voobte Only m Stores With Seme . 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