The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on November 15, 1981 · Page 29
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In Class 1A state playoffs Sunday, November 15,1981 - The Salina Journal Page 28 Little River beats Canton-Galva again REDSKIN REPLAY - Canton-Galva's Phil Bullinger (34) trys to escape the grasp of Little River's Bill Wempe. The Redskins defeated Canton- Journal Photo by Bob Bcnlgnui Galva for the second time this season Friday night in regional playoff action, 13-0. Top-ranked Lawrence Goddard blanks L.UVVI criiL-cr • • • ^* i r- A loses, 10-7 Ha V s m Class 5A Ron Frazier's 26-yard field goal with 46 seconds left to play gave third-ranked Shawnee Mission Northwest a 10-7 victory over top-ranked Lawrence Friday night in a regional contest of the Class 6A state playoffs in Kansas City. Frazier's kick was sweet revenge. Earlier in the season, Lawrence defeated the Cougars, 9-6, when Frazier's 37-yard attempt hit the uprights and bounced away. Northwest, now 8-2, did all of its scoring in the fourth quarter for a come-fronl-behind victory. With 10:02 remaining, the Cougars had tied the score when John Stoner hauled in a 20- yard TD pass from Brian Knorr. Lawrence, which ends its season with a 9-1 record, had taken the lead in the first quarter on a nine-yard run by Mark Henderson. In other Class 6A regional games Friday, No. 2 ranked Wichita East blanked No. 5 Manhattan, 24-0; No. 4 Derby defeated Garden City, 14-7; and Shawnee Mission West edged Shawnee Mission South, 27-24. In Manhattan, the Wichita East defense limited the Indians to just 100 yards total offense (44 rushing, 56 pass- Ing) to advance to sub-state play. The Aces exploded for 21 points in the second quarter on touchdown runs by La- veil Jackson, Kevin Crawford and John Young. The victory gives East a 9-1 record while Manhattan, the 1-70 League co- champion, ends its season at 7-3. In sub-state games to be played this Friday, Derby will meet Wichita East and Shawnee Mission Northwest will battle Shawnee Mission West. Birdsong donates toward new shrine SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (UPI) - New Jersey Nets guard Otis Birdsong has become the first National Basketball Association player to donate money to help build a new basketball Hall of Fame. The hall's promotion director Jerry Healy said Friday that Birdsong called him and offered to donate $10,000 toward the $2.5 million goal. The gift was presented to Healy at Friday night's game between the Nets and Boston Celtics at the Hartford Civic Center. HAYS - Junior fullback Shane Langston rushed for 109 yards on 22 carries and scored one touchdown and the Goddard defense held Hays to 184 yards total offense Friday night to lead the Lions to a 14-0 Class 5A regional victory over the Indians. Langston gave Goddard a 6-0 lead with 4:54 left in the second quarter on a one-yard run. The Goddard touchdown was set up when senior lineman Mark Ehrlich blocked a Hays punt and the Lions recovered at the Indian 15- yard line. Junior quarterback Mike Orth gained 14 yards on the Lions' first play proceeding Langston's one-yard plunge. Goddard, now 8-1, added its second touchdown with 1:13 left in the game following an 82-yard, 14-play drive that used 5Ms minutes off the clock. Orth capped the drive with a seven-yard run. All 14 Goddard plays on the drive came on the ground. Senior kicker Jeff Johnson booted both extra points for Goddard. Hays ended its season with a 7-3 re- First downs Net yards rushing Net yards passing Com.-Alt.-Int. Fumbles-lost Punts-average Penalties Statistics Goddard 13 44-167 54 3-9-1 1-1 5-34.8 6-52 Hays 36-139 45 4-8-0 3-1 7-27.6 5-35 Individual Statistics RUSHING — Goddard: Lnngston 22-109. Hoys: Maska 12-86. PASSING — Goddard: Orth 3-9-1-54. Hays: long 3-6-0-37; Slone 1-2-0-8. RECEIVING — Goddard: Langston 1-13; Pennell 1-23; Schoenechor 1-18. Hays: Henry 1-27; Slone 2-3; Bellman 1-8. PUNTING — Goddard: Johnson 5-34. Hays: Slone 7-27.6. cord. The loss also snapped the Indians' seven-game winning streak. In other 5A regional games Friday, top-ranked Kapaun-Mt. Carmel defeated Winfield, 41-7; Olathe South upset No. 2 Topeka Washburn Rural, 120; and No. 3 Emporia blasted No. 5 Chanute, 55-21. In sub-state games this Friday, Goddard will meet Kapaun and Olathe South will face Emporia. Goddard 070 At Hays 000 G — Langston 1 yd. run (Johnson kick). G — Orth 7 yd. run (Johnson kick). 7—14 0— 0 Wichita State losing seats in Levitt Arena WICHITA (UPI) - The maximum seating of occupancy of Wichita State University's Henry Levitt Arena has been set at 10,110 for 1982-83, Wichita Fire Chief Jim Sparr announced Friday. Due to recent opinion from state attorney general's office, local fire departments have gained the responsibility for setting maximum occupancy on each of state college campuses. Sparr said the 10,110 capacity was determined by utilizing the 1979 state fire marshall's ruling on occupancy. In addition, Sparr indicated the 10,110 capacity had been waived for the 1981-82 season because Wichita State had sold and mailed season basketball tickets, and because the university agreed to cut down the number of tickets for the following season. The Wichita State Athletic Assoc. agreed to employ 10 off-duty fire personnel at each men's basketball game to help maintain clear aisles and to en- sure compliance with other fire regulations. Wichita State was first notified of the decision Nov. 2, three days after 198182 season tickets were mailed. The maximum occupancy is currently 10,666, which means a minimum of 556 seats will be lost for the 1982-83 season. Wichita State Atletic Director Ted Bredehoft said that no decision had been reached concerning how the 556 lost seats would be subtracted from the current occupancy to reach 10,110. NY Jets activate Freeman McNeil HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. 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WHEN A HEARING AID W1U HELP Hearing Aid Service Ph. 827-8911 By ROD LAKE Sports Writer LITTLE RIVER - Canton-Galva coach Milo Larson felt like he had just watched an instant replay after his team was defeated here Friday night by Little River in the Class 1A regional playoffs, 13-0. The game was a carbon copy of an earlier contest between the two teams this season in which Little River won, 15-0. "Just rewrite what was in the papers after the first time they beat us," Larson said. "This game was a replay of the last game." Both games were marked by stingy defenses and the Redskins' ability to capitalize on Canton-Galva mistakes. Although the final scores were similar and the results were the same, the second Redskin victory had a lot more significance. Friday's victory advances the Redskins to the semifinals where they will travel to Kiowa this Friday to take on South Barber, a 35-14 winner over Jetmore. In other 1A playoff action Friday night, top-ranked Baileyville had little trouble with Burlingamet recording a 37-0 victory while Waverly upset third- ranked Cedar Vale, 14-12. Baileyville and Waverly will meet Friday in the other sub-state game. Little River was the only team this season to have any success with the Eagles as Canton-Galva only two losses have been to the Redskins. Little River coach Shane Cordell seems to know the key to defeating the Heart of America League's co-champion. "You've got to contain them," Cordell said, "and you have to make sure that every kid knows his assignment." Little River also received some help from the Eagles who threw three pass interceptions — all three picked off by Brent Hunsinger — and turned the ball over twice on fumbles., "We didn't have any concentration and we didn't execute," Larson said. "We didn't maintain our blocks and their line Just dominated." Rex Ramage returned a Canton-Galva punt 11 yards down to the Eagles' 39-yard line to help set up the game's first score. Five plays later quarterback Bill Wempe fired a pass between two defenders and found Kurt Stelter in the end zone with 3:22 remaining in the first quarter. Kevin Case's kick failed, so the Redskins had to settle for a 6-0 edge. Then with 7:27 remaining in the half, Wempe put the game's only other touchdown on the board. But this time First downs Net yords rushing Net yords passing Com. Att.-lnt. Fumbles lost Punts average Penalties Statistics C G 10 133 82 4 LR 5 92 47 35-0 0-0 6283 6-40 10 3 22 332.6 5 40 Individual Statlttlct RUSHING Canton Golvo: Dole Scott 10-26; Bullinger 21-70; Dean Scoff 12-37; Wedel 14; Martin l-(-4). Little River; Wenpe 6-31; Hunsinger 3-(-3); Ramage 7-14; Wright 12-50. PASSING Canton-Golva: Dale Scott 39-3; Bullinger 1-1-027. Little River: B. Wempe 3-5-047. RECEIVING Canton-Galva; Martin 1-27; Macarl 1-10; Dean Scott l-J-3); Wedol 1-21. Little River: Slellor 1-23; P. Wempe 1-13; Homage 1-11. PUNTING Canton-Golvo: Dale Scott 3-32.6. Little River. Case 6-28.3. the 6-4, 186-pound senior scored while playing defense. Canton-Galva's Dale Scott started to roll right but fumbled and Wempe scooped up the ball and raced 31 yards for the score. The Redskins' good fortune continued when Case lofted the PAT kick. As the ball began to flutter back to earth it hit the crossbar and bounced over to give Little River a 13-0 cushion. The remaining two and a half quarters were dominated by the defenses. The Eagles had one serious threat but Brad Wedel dropped a pass in the end zone near the close of the third quarter. The drive ended on the next play when Husinger picked off his second pass of the night and sprinted down the sidelines to midfield. The Redskins managed to get inside the 10-yard line one more time but failed to convert on a fourth-and-one situation from the 7. Little River recorded just one first down in the second half and only five for the game compared to 10 for the Eagles. Canton-Galva led in every statistical category but made the crucial mistakes that cost them the game. The Eagles ended their season with a 9-2 mark. Sophomore Wade Wright was the Redskins' leading rusher with 12 carries for 50 hard-fought yards up the middle. "Wade is going to be a fullback who will have to be dealt with in the future," Cordell said. "He doesn't break any long ones but he does a good job running inside." Conton-Golva 0000 0 little River 6 7 0 0 13 LR Sloltor 23 yd. pass Irom B. Wompo (kick (oiled). LR B Wernpe 31 yd. fumble recovery ,'Cosr, kick). It Doesn't Cost Much To COPY and RESTORE Your Priceless Photos and Tintypes In Our Own Studio. We do not mail your irreplaceable Photos Away! All the work is done in our own studio, Your Assurance of their safety. 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