The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on November 22, 1981 · Page 27
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 27

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, November 22, 1981
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Sunday, November 22,1961 — The Salina Journal Page 27 Hoxie knocks off Hillsboro, 19-13 TROJAN TERROR - Hillsboro's Dale Milliard leaves a Hoxie tackier behind on one of his 28 carries that netted him 107 yards Friday night Al- Journal P.holo by J*H Brltegom though the Trojan halfback had a good game, his team was defeated in Class 3A sub-state action by the Indians, 19-13. Paciorek 'laughs' at Mariners' offer SEATTLE (UPI) — The agent for Seattle Mariner outfielder Tom Paciorek says the club has finally come up with a three-year contract offer. "We are taking it under consideration, but Tom's initial reaction was to laugh," Tony Attanasio said Friday. Paciorek recently demanded to be traded after not receiving a three-year guaranteed contract with the Mariners. "This is the first serious offer they've made," Attanasio said. "I'm encouraged because I finally see movement." However, he added that the Mariners are going to have to move a lot more if they hope to sign Pacioreck, and warned against coming up with a contract just to appease Mariner fans in a publicity stunt. The club offer reportedly would give Paciorek $250,000 for 1982 and a .$250,000 base salary in each of 1983 and 1984. However, none of the money in the second two years is guaranteed and the salaries reportedly are tied to at- bats, Mariner home attendance and Paciorek's selection to the AU-Star team. Paciorek reportedly has demanded $300,000 a .year guaranteed plus a $100,000 signing bonus. Ransom eliminated by Fowler, 30-0 ALL STAR LANES 624 S. Broadway 827-6730 Sunday Special! from 1 p.m.-5 p.m. Bowl 4 Games for By United Press International Senior Stan Leis ran for two touchdowns and Tom Huelskamp ran for another to lift the Fowler Goldbugs to a 30-0 shutout over the Ransom Longhorns in an eight-man sub-state playoff game at Fowler Friday night. The Goldbugs, 12-0, advance to eight- man finals this Saturday against Midway-Denton, a 44-16 winner over Argonia. Leis scored on a four-yard run in the second quarter and a five-yard run in the third. Huelskamp fan for a three- yarder in the first quarter, and Todd Dewell kicked a 31-yard field goal in the fourth. With six minutes left in the final quarter, Bo Horyna ran two yards to cement the victory. Ransom fell to 10-1 with the loss. Quarterback Kevin Zeit ran for three touchdowns and Daren Nigus ran for two more to help the Midway-Denton Eagles defeat Argonia. Zeit dominated play during the first two quarters, scoring on a one-yard run during the first quarter and passing to Andy Clements for 10 and five- yard scores in the first half. Nigus ran for 39 yards in the third quarter and for three yards in the fourth to help ensure the victory for the Eagles, now 11-1. In the fourth quarter, Zeit ran for 43 yards and again for seven to seal the win. Argonia, which end the season at 102, scored on a 24-yard pass from Kyle McNeil to Eric Richardson and a four- yard run by Mike Jacobs. First downs Nat yards rushing Net yards passing Com.-Alt.-Int. Fumbles-loJt Punts-average Penalties Statistics Ransom 5 25 71 11-24-1 1-1 7-26 2-10 Fowler 14 151 91 10-15-0 3-3 3-40 3-25 Ransom 0000—0 At Fowler 7 6 8 9 — 30 Fowler: Lais (2) 4, 5 yd. runs; Hualskamp 3 yd. run; Dewell 31 yd. field goal; Horyna 2 yd. run. PAT: Dewell kick, McClaren pass from Mllford. Sun Devil eager ruled ineligible TEMPE, Ariz. (UPI) - Junior forward Paul Williams, one of only seven returning lettermen from Arizona State University's 1980 basketball tournament squad, has been declared ineligible by the NCAA because of his participation in a summer church league. ASU officials immediately announced they would appeal the ruling to the NCAA subcommittee on eligibility appeals. In making its decision Friday, the NCAA held the league which Williams played in last summer was formally "organized", thus making Williams' off-season participation a violation of rules. Williams will continue to practice with the team pending a final determination by the subcommittee, ASU officials said. By ROD LAKE Sports Writer HILLSBORO - Hoxie coach Warren Sager is glad that football games aren't played on paper. "If you put us down on paper we don't compare with anyone," he said after his team defeated Hillsboro here Friday night in the Class 3A sub-state playoffs, 19-13. Then what makes Hoxie the hottest team in Western Kansas, coach? "The difference is heart. These kids want to win and they put out the effort it takes," Sager said. "We have to play with emotion. But the thing is, these kids don't get over emotional." Maybe not, but there was a locker- room full of Jubilant Hoxie players after they bumped off the Mid-Kansas League team on a bitter cold night. The Western Kansas giant killers were aided by a large delegation of vocal Indian supporters who made the 4%-hour trip to cheer on their Friday night heroes. "Our fans are nuts about this team," Sager said. "It was really fantastic K-MC, Emporia reach 5A finals By United Press International Wichita Kapaun-Mt. Carmel and Emporia, the two top-ranked teams in Class 5A, will meet this Saturday for the state football championship. At Wichita, quarterback Pat Boushka ran for 150 yards and two touchdowns and threw for another score Friday night to lead Kapaun-Mt. Carmel to a 26-9 victory over Goddard in a sub-state playoff game. Boushka, a junior, bolted 76 yards for a touchdown on the Crusaders' first play from scrimmage to wipe out a 34 lead Goddard, 8-2, had taken on a 27- yard field goal by Jeff Johnson. Kapaun, 11-0, added two more scores in the first half, one set up on a 54-yard burst by Boushka and the other coming on a 45-yard pass from Boushka to Dick Warren. At Olathe, Bernie Gardenhire.ruahed for 132 yards and scored three touchdowns to carry the Emporia Spartans to a 53-22 victory over Olathe South. Gardenhire took the opening kickoff 85 yards for the first Emporia touchdown and then added 80-yard and two- yard scoring runs. Emporia quarterback Shawn Smith accounted for two scores, the first coming on a one-yard run and the second on a 45-yard pass to Joe Augustyn with 4:58 left in the first half. Emporia is now 9-2. Scott Redpath scored Olathe South's first touchdown with a 67-yard run. The Falcons, 8-3, also scored on a 21-yard pass from Scott Petzel to Robbie Kirk with two minutes left in the first half. Bucks' Johnson may try acting MILWAUKEE (UPI) - The agent representing Marques Johnson, the holdout Milwaukee Bucks forward, said Johnson may pursue an acting and modeling career in hometown Los Angeles if he cannot solve his contractual impasse with the Bucks. "Marques wants to play basketball," said Willie Naulls Friday from Los Angeles. "He's staying in shape, but he's also in kind of a holding pattern. "In the meantime, he's had a lot of offers ... offers from the motion picture industry and from modeling agencies. There's always a distinct possibility he will go into this business." Johnson said last week that unless there was drastic improvement in his contract talks with the Bucks, he would sit out the entire NBA season. Johnson has two years left on a six-year contract he signed as a rookie out of UCLA. Naulls said in Saturday's edition of The Milwaukee Sentinel this was not a ploy on Johnson's part to get the Bucks to move. "These are very serious offers. The opportunities are there," he said. "And Marques is interested in acting and modeling." WHAT IN THE HECK IS A ROLLING SHUTTER? ...and what can It do for you? In short, It's something you can't afford... to be without. Very simply, It Is a protective shield that Installs on the outside of any window or door of your home and can be rolled up or down (from the , Inside) to allow you complete control of your environment. It shields you against all kinds of undesirable elements... burglars, hot sun, wind, rain, hall, blizzards and cold. Call or write for free brochure. Nienke's Home Improvement STANLEY TOOLS * Adjustable frame •Mo fit 10" and 1?' blades * Plated steel to resist rust Reg. 3.55 Available From Thtte Dealers: UCrMM «VKK MINHAF! , Ce-op First downs . N*l yards rushing Net yards passing Com.-Aft.-Int. Fumbles-lost Punts-average Penalties Hills IS S2-210 23 1-3-1 4-3 1-39 4-45 Statistics Hoxie 15 48-248 2 1-4-0 1-1 2-355 225 Individual Statistics RUSHING — Hoxie: Zlegler 13-90, Sea lock 2088, Cooper 14-69. Lambert 1-1. Hillsboro: Brenne- mon 2-9, Heide 20-95, Hillard 28-107, Penner 1-2; Frontz 1-(-3). PASSING — Hoxie: Zlegler 1-4-0-2. Hillsboro: Brenneman 1-1-0-23, Hillard 0-1-0-0, Penner 0-1-10. RECEIVING — Hoxie: Krannawitter 1-2. Hillsboro: Jost 1-23. PUNTING — Hoxie: Ziegler 2-35.5. Hillsboro: Penner 1-39. that we had more people in the stands than Hillsboro did." If a headcount would have been taken, Sager just might have been right. After the bleachers on the east side of Tabor College Stadium were packed with Hoxie fans, the Indians rooters spilled out onto the track. Hoxie must now travel even farther east next Saturday to take on Silver Lake, a 14-12 winner over Neodesha, in the 3A championship match. Silver Lake is a team that knows what it's like to be in the finals. The Eagles were defeated by Plainville last season for the Class 3A title. Hoxie eliminated the defending champs last week, 21-0, and continued to roll Friday night with a hard-fought win over the Trojans. Hoxie capitalized on three Hillsboro fumbles and one interception to produce the victory and boost its record to 11-1. The Trojans ended their season with a 9-3 mark. The Indians took the opening kickoff and marched to the Hillsboro 18-yard line. Placekicker Mike Gilliland booted the first of two first-quarter 35-yard field goals with 7:09 remaining in the opening period to put Hoxie on top, 3-0. Five minutes later, a second Hoxie drive again stalled on the 18-yard line, setting up another Gilliland 3-pointer. Hoxie then threatened to turn the game into a rout early in the second quarter when Don Niblock scooped up a Hillsboro fumble and raced 30 yards for a score that gave Hoxie a 12-0 edge. But the Trojans stayed within striking distance as they drove 62 yards in 14 plays for a TD. Dale Milliard, who led all ball carriers with 107 yards, scored from the 3 with two minutes left in the quarter to keep the game close at the half, 12-7. The Trojans then took the lead when Billiard went around right end for an 11-yard touchdown with 1:50 left in the third quarter. David Penner's PAT kick was blocked, but the Trojans led for the first time, 13-12. Milliard's TD was set up on a circus catch by Doyle Jost. Hillsboro quarterback William Brenneman threw the ball up for grabs and two Hoxie defenders tipped the ball into Jost's hands at the 11-yard line. Milliard then scored on the next play to give the Trojans a short-lived lead. Hoxie clawed back after Niblock put an end to some Hillsboro razzle-dazzle. The Trojans have been successful in the past using a pass play thrown by guard David Penner. This time, however, Niblock came up with the interception which eventually set up the winning TD with 6:13 remaining in the game. Following the interception, Hoxie marched 72 yards in 11 plays with quarterback Kevin Ziegler doing most of the damage on runs of 14 and 26 yards. Sealock then capped the drive with a three-yard TD. The Trojans looked like they were going to come back as they took the ball on their own 29-yard line and drove to the Hoxie 34. But Milliard fumbled and Hoxie guard Alan Mills pounced on the ball with 3:41 remaining in the game. Hoxie then drove to the Hillsboro 3- yard line before Ziegler fell on the ball twice to run out the clock. Although Penner's team had to face other 3A powers Hesston and Halstead earlier this season, he said the Indians had an advantage over the Mid-Kansas League foes. "Hoxie has a better quarterback," Penner said. "They hurt us tonight with their quarterback." Sager agreed that Ziegler, who rushed 13 times for 90 yards, made the difference. "Kevin did the things tonight he's done all season — sacrifice his personal goals for the team," Sager said. "He's worked hard on the option and he's been a team leader." Hoxie , 6607^19 At Hillsboro 0 7 6 0—.13 Ho — Gilliland 35 yd. field goal Ho — Gilliland 35 yd. field goal Ho — Niblock 30 yd. fumble recovery (Kick blocked) Hi — Milliard 3 yd. run (Penner kick) Hi — Milliard 11 yd. run (Kicked blocked) Ho — Sealock 3 yd. run (Gilliland kick) Prep Football Playoffs KORKU High School Football Playoff* CLASS 6A Slat* Championship, Nov. 28 Wichita East at Shawnee Mission Northwest. Sub-Slat* Remits, Nov. 20 Wichita East 14, Derby 0; Shawnee Mission Northwest 27, Shawnee Mission West 7. CLASS SA Slat* Championship, Nov. 28 Emporla at Wichita Kapoun-Mt. Carmel. Sub-Slat* Results, Nov. 20 Wichita Kapaun-Mt. Carmel 26, Goddard 9; Em- porla S3, Olalhe South 22. CLASS 4A Slat* Championship, Nov. 28 Wellington at Baldwin. Sub-Stale Results, Nov. 20 Wellington 43, Norton 14; Baldwin 18, Fredonla CLASS 3A ' Stole Championship, Nov. 28 Hoxie vs. Silver Lake at Topeka (Logan Field). Sub-State Results, Nov. 20 Hoxie 19, Hillsboro 13; Silver Lake 14, Neodesha 12. CLASS 2A Slat* Championship, Nov. 28 Victoria at Frontenac. Sub-Slat* Results, Nov. 20 Frontenac 25, Clifton-Clyde 6; Victoria 26, Clal- HnO. CLASS 1A Slat* Championship, Nov. 28 Baileyville at Little River-Wlndom. Sub-Slot* Results, Nov. 20 Baileyville 36, Waverly 0; Little River-Wlndom 28, Kiowa-South Barber 14. EIGHT-MAN Slat* Championship, Nov. 28 Fowler at Denton-Midway. Sub-Slat* Results, Nov. 20 Fowler 30, Ransom 0; Denton-Midway 44, Argonia 16. At Tip Top we know that everyone doesn't have $10,000 to invest, but everyone should be • able to earn top interest on their savings. That's why we offer a Money Market Rate Certificate for Small Savers. Minimum investment $500 Term 15 or 30 months Rate 13.95% Take advantage of this big earning opportunity for Small Savers at Tip Top Credit Union. Anyone can be a member. TIP IW TOP CREDIT UNION 1815 S. Ohio, Salina, KS 67401, 825-4621 Other offices in Hillsboro, McPherson, Abilene and Independence 5221

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