Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on September 5, 1984 · Page 15
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 15

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, September 5, 1984
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. Pharos-Tribune. Logansport, Indiana, Wednesday, Septembers, 1984 Page 15 Sports Indiana Ready To Open Season Saturday BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (UPI) — A healty and excited Indiana University football team, playing under its third coach in three years, is ready to take on the Duke Blue Devils in the season opener for both clubs, first-year Indiana coach Bill Mallory says. Mallory, the former coach at Northern Illinois and Colorado, is also anticipating the start of Indiana's 100th season of football. "We're most anxious to get the season underway," said Mallory in a telephone news conference Tuesday. "I'll be somewhat excited, but when the ball is kicked off I'll be in there, jaw locked, ready to play." Depth is a problem for Mallory, who took over for one-year coach Sam Wyche when he accepted the coaching job with the Cincinnati Bengals. That is why Mallory is pleased there have been few injuries in the preseason. "I think we've come out of it in good condition injury-wise," Mallory said, adding that only senior defensive lineman Steve McCurry and senior fullback Chuck Howard are definitely out of the Duke game. There is no question who Mallory will start at the quarterback position. Junior Steve Bradley set a record for most touchdown passes in a season at Indiana last year with 14 and should add to that total this year. Who Bradley will hand off to is a question, because Mallory has not decided who to start at either of the running back spots. The competition at tailback will be between junior Bobby Howard and sophomore Alex Green, with senior Jack Walsh and sophomore Jim Caldwell battling for the fullback starting spot. Also chasing the tailback position is experienced senior Orlando Brown. "I've seen improvement over spring practice," said Mallory of the Indiana running game. "I plan to use a couple of combinations.'' The fullback competition "is still a bit up in the air," said Mallory. "They'll play pretty even there, although maybe Walsh will start because he's a senior." Although Duke coach Steve Sloan, who joined Mallory in the teleconference, made it sound like the Blue Devils are nothing to fear, the IU coach expects a close contest. "I would say both teams are evenly matched," said Mallory. "I think it should make for an interesting game." The Blue Devils, 3-8 last year, are trying to find the man to take quarterback Ben Bennett's place. Senior Ron Sally and junior Drew Walston are the candidates. "Both will play a lot in the game," said Sloan. "Both can run pretty well and pass effectively. They're not great in either category, but they can both play." Hiatt Wins First Forecasts Joe Hiatt is the winner of the first football forecasts of the season. Hiatt's only miss was Frontier's 7-0 victory over Caston. Hiatt correctly predicted Eastern's upset of North Miami, which most of the 25 runnerups missed. They all had 8-2 marks. In addition to the Eastern win over North Miami, almost all of the 52 contestants missed the Frontier-Caston outcome. Just as he predicted, Steve Summers was the top panelist with an 8-2 record. For that reason, and also because sports writer Mike Purdy is starting this week, this is Summers' last week on the panel. Sports editor Greg McClure and Terry GAME MCCLURE Logansport at New Castle Newcastle Delphi at Lewis Cass Lewis Cass Pioneer at Carroll Carroll Caston at Tri-County Caston West Central at Winamac Winamac Frontier at North White Frontier Lowell at Twin Lakes Twin Lakes Whitko at Tippecanoe Valley Tippy Valley Peru at Elwood Elwood Maconaquah at Taylor Maconaquah Football Forecasts Chambers both registered 7-3 marks. Keith Myers missed half the games. This week's card has 10 more games, including Logansport at New Castle, Delphi at Lewis Cass, Pioner at Carroll, Caston at Tri-County, West Central at Winamac, Frontier at North White, Lowell at Twin Lakes, Whitko at Tippecanoe Valley, Peru at Elwood and Macon- aquah at Taylor. The tie-breaker for this week is the score of the Purdue-Notre Dame game at the Hoosier Dome. SUMMERS New Castle Lewis Cass Carroll Caston Winamac Frontier Lowell Tippy Valley Elwood Maconaquah MYERS New Castle Lewis Cass Carroll Caston Winamac North White Twin Lakes Whitko Peru Maconaquah CHAMBERS New Castle Lewis Cass Carroll Caston Winamac Frontier Twin Lakes Tippy Valley Peru Maconaquah GAME OF THE WEEK (Predict the Score) Purdue Notre Dame Marion Shuts Out Logansport MARION — Logansport took it on the chin from Marion Tuesday afternoon, dropping all five matches. Logan's Jeff Ditmire nearly won the number two singles contest, losing by 6-7 (5-7), 4-6 scores to Thomas Bove. Marion also shut out the Logansport JV team, 5-0. Logansport is at Lafayette Central Catholic Friday. Rochester 3, Northwood 2 Rochester went to 5-2 on the year with a 3-2 Nortern Lakes Conference victory over Nor'thwood. Singles winners for Rochester were Joe Loughman and Greg Smith. Also earning a doubles victory for the Zebras were Ben Pautsch and Chris Peterson. Rochester now owns a 2-0 record in the NLC and will travel to Warsaw Thursday. Northwood is now 4-2 overall. Boys Tennis MartorrS, Logan 0 Tony Bove (M) del. Jeff Schirm (L) 6-3, 6-2. Thomas Bove (M) del. Jeff Ditmire (L) 7-6 (7-5). W. Albert Marker (M) del. Kelly Hendricks (L) 6-0,6-0. Randy Davis & Chris Scrandon (M) def. Jeff Hallam & Dan Duffy (1)6-0,6-0. Scott Alexander 8. Peter Petros (M) def. Ian Porter & Mark Lapierre(L),6-0,6-0. Logan JV Results Collin Bower (M) def. John Davidson (L) 6-0, 6-0. Scott Rhamy (M) def. Scot Lmdsey (L) 8-4. David Smith (M) def. Brian Luse (L) B-4. Andy Lyons & Scott Diele (M) def. Dave Dinger & Dirk DeGrief (L1B-1. Harry Yu & Scott Meyer (M) def. John Sievers & Andy David (L)M. Rochester 3,Northwood 2 Joe Loughman (R) def. Ron Trocchio (N), 6-1, 7-6. Phil Wetstone (N) def. Craig Smith (R), 5-7, 6-3.6-3. Greg Smith (R) def. Todd Stahly (N), 6-0, 7-5. Hahn Huynh and Rod Schmucker (N). def. Alfie Bozzo and John Marrs(R), 6-2, 7-6. Ben Paultsch and Chris Peterson (R). def. Jeff Tobias and Phiet Inthivong (N), 6-4,7-5. Sports Scoreboard Baseball NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L 84 54 77 61 73 64 70 66 67 70 60 78 Pet. 609 558 .533 .515 13 .489 16' 435 24 GB 7 10V; Chicago New York Philadelphia St. Louis Montreal Pittsburgh West San Diego 79 60 .568 Houston 69 70 .496 10 Atlanta 68 70 ,493 10V; LosAngeies 65 74 .468 14 San Francisco 58 80 .420 20V 2 Cincinnati 58 81 417 21 Tuesday's Results Atlanta 8. Houston 7 Pittsburgh 5. Montreal Chicago?, Philadelphia 2 St. Louis 12, New York 2 Cincinnati 8, San Francisco 3 Los Angeles!, San Diego 1 Wednesday'5 Games (All Times EOT) New York (Berenyi 10-13) al Pittsburgh (Candelana 12-101,7:35 p.m. Chicago (Treut 12-5) at Montreal (Schatzeder?-5i,7:35p.m Philadelphia (Koosman 14-11) at St. Louis (LaPoint 9-10), 8:35 p.m. Cincinnati (Price 6-11) at San Diego (Dravecky 8-7), 10-05 p.m. Atlanta (Camp 6-6) at Los Angeles (Welch 1M3or White 0-0). 10-35 p.m. Houston (Ryan 11-9) at San Francisco (Lerch 4-1), 10:35 p.m. Chicago 64 73 467 y/, Oakland 64 75 460 6'A Seattle 62 77 .446 8Vi Texas 61 76 .445 8% Tuesday's Results California 5, Cleveland 3,12 innings Baltimore 4, Detroit 1 Toronto 6. New York 4 Kansas City 4, Minnesota 1 Boston 3. Milwaukee 1 Chicago 12. Oakland 2 Seattle 6, Texas 3.13 innings Wednesday's Games (All Times EOT) California (Kison 3-3) at Cleveland (Roman 0-0), 7:05 p.m. Baltimore (Flanagan 11-11) at Detroit (Berenguer 7-9), 7:35 p.m. Toronto (Stieb 14-5) at New York (Rasmussen6-'t|,8p.m Oakland (Bums 11-7) at Chicago (Dotson 13-11), 8:30 p.m. Boston (Browh 1-6) al Milwaukee (Haas 7-10). 8:30 p.m. Minnesota (Smithson 13-11) at Kansas City (Leibrandt 8-6). 8:35 p.m. Seattle (Barojas 9-5) at Texas (Darwin &-9), 8:35 p.m. 17. Southern Methodist (0-0) 66 18. Washington (0-0) 65 19. Florida State (1-0) 60 20. Pittsburgh (0-1) 25 Note: By agreement with the American Football Coaches Association, teams on probation by the NCAA are ineligible for the Top 20 and national championship consideration by the UPI Board of Coaches. The teams currently on probation are Arizona, Illinois and Kansas, High School Ratings College Ratings NEW YORK (UPI) - The United Press International Board ol Coaches Top 20 college tootball ratings, with first-place votes and records in parentheses (total points based on 15 points tor first place, 14 lor second, etc.). AMERICAN LEAGUE East Detroit Toronto Baltimore Boston New York Cleveland Milwaukee West Minnesota Kansas City California W L Pet. GB 88 51 .633 80 58 .580 Th 75 62 .547 12 .536 13'A .533 14 .443 26 1 /? 74 64 73 64 62 78 56 82 .406 31 Vi 70 68 .507 69 69 .500 1 68 69 .496 1'A I.Miami (30) (2-0) 2. Nebraska (4) (M) 3. Texas (0-0) 4. UCLA (Ml 5. Clemsond-0) 6. Auburn (0-1) 7. Penn State (0-0) 8. Ohio State (0-0) 9 Michigan (0-0) 10. Oklahoma (0-0) 11. Alabama (0-0) 12. Brigham Young (1-0) 13. Arizona State (0-0) 14. Iowa (DIM) 15. Notre Dame (0-0) 16. Boston College (1-0) 513 425 337 330 311 233 230 221 215 198 183 172 168 133 128 76 INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - The UPI Board ol Coaches top 10 teams in the four Indiana high school football classes (includes total rating points and first place votes): Class 4A 1. Penn (5) 2-0 75 2. Elkhart Central (2) 2-0 70 3. Hobart2-0 59 4.WarrenCentral|1)2-0 58 5. Castle 2-0 48 6. North Central 2-0 32 7. Carmel ?-0 30 8. Perry Meridian 2-0 20 9. Fort Wayne North 2-0 14 10. Columbus East 2-0 13 Also receiving votes: Crown Point, Fort Wayne Snider, Indianapolis Washington, Lafayette, New Castle. Class 3A 1,Roncalli(8)2-0 80 2. Plainfield2-0 65 3. Concord 2-0 55 4. McCutcheon2-0 41 5. Fort Wayne DwengerM 37 6. VincennesM 22 7. Brownsburg 2-0 18 8. Evansville Bosse 2-0 17 9. Tell City 2-0 16 10. SB St. Joseph's 1-1 15 Also receiving votes: Bellmont, Blackford, Boonville, Evansville Memorial, Franklin Central, Gary Wirt. Hammond Noll, Jasper, Mooresville, Seymour, Twin Lakes. Class 2A l.lndplsChatard(7)2-0 79 2. Indpls Cathedral (1)2-0 71 3. Providence 2-0 53 4. Tlppecano« Vy 2-0 50 5. Western 2-0 40 6. New Palestine 2-0 29 7. Forl Wayne Luers 1-1 25 8. Edgewood 2-0 24 9. Hamilton SE 2-0 20 10. Speedway 2-0 17 Also receiving votes: Oak Hill, Northwood, Yorktown, Eastern, Southridge, Evansville Mater Dei, Batesville, Class A 1. Fountain Central (3) 24 73 2.Jimtown(2)2-0 68 3. Sheridan (3) 2-0 66 4. North Judson 2-0 60 5. Winamac 2-0 43 6. Mishawaka Marian 1-1 40 7. Westfield 2-0 28 8.Tri-West1-1 24 9, Tecumseh2-0 14 10. Carroll 2-0 8 Also receiving votes: Bremen, Central Noble, Fremont, Lakeland, LaVille, North Miami, Rockville. Girls Goll poll LNoblesville 2. Lafayette Jeff 3. Franklin 4. Logansport 5. West Lafayette 6. Jennings County 7. Brebeuf 8. Connersville 10. Michigan City Rogers, Kokomo (tie) 12. Marion 13. Rensselaer 14. Anderson 15. Valparaiso 16. Columbus North 17. Greensburg 18. La Porte 19. Green field Central 20. 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