The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on November 29, 1981 · Page 24
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^ Silver Lake (Continued from Page 24) On second down, Scott Spiker bulled over from the 2 for the score. This time the kick was wide, giving the Eagles a 13-0 lead. "We wanted to take them by surprise — not by changing our game plan — but by getting a couple of early scores," Hamilton said. "I think our line controlled the game, but we didn't dominate as much inside as I thought we could." Hoxie fought back following the kickoff and picked up a first-and-goal on the Silver Lake 4-yard line. But the Indians couldn't find paydlrt and had to settle for a 21-yard field goal by Mike Gilliand with 6:08 left in the half to cut the lead to 13-3. The Eagles gave Hoxie a chance to to edge even closer when a Ferguson pass was intercepted by Kevin Ziegler and returned to the 22-yard line. But Silver Lake stopped the Indians and took over at the 24 as the half ended. One more TD Hoxie did manage to score once more. Faced with a fourth-and-long situation from the Silver Lake 29-yard lino, the Indians intentionally drew a delay-of-game penalty to move the ball back five yards. Ziegler punted the ball inside the 10- yard line where a Silver Lake player fumbled. The Indians recovered at the 1-yard line. Les Sealock scored on third down with 4:18 remaining in the third quarter. Gilliand's kick was blocked, making it a 13-9 game. "I thought we had a shot at it after we scored," said Hoxie coach Warren Sager.' "I thought we were in better shape, but they're a well conditioned team. They wore us down in the fourth quarter. Silver Lake turned the ball over on its next possession when Kelly Schlick picked off another Ferguson pass. But the Indians couldn't convert and the rest of the game belonged to the Eagles. A Silver Lake punt pinned Hoxie down at its own 5-yard line. On second down, Ziegler tried a look-in pass but it turned into a Silver Lake score when Shannon Saia intercepted the ball at the 10-yard line and went untouched for the TD. Again the kick was wide, but the Eagles regained control with a 19-9 lead. "I felt like we had them beat after Shannon's interception," Hamilton said. The only other score came with 22 seconds remaining in the game. Hoxie used its final timeout hoping to get the ball back. But instead, Ferguson swept right end on fourth down and scored on a 21-yard scamper. This time Kruger's kick was good giving the Eagles a 26-9 lead. "We got beat and it hurts," Sager said. "But I'm not hanging my head. They played well and they deserved to win. Size was the difference." Juco Basketball At Concordto Thanksgiving Tournament Saturday, Nov. 38 El fUno, Okla., 48, Pratt Community Collcg* 47; Southeastern, N«b., Community College 99, Cloud County Community College 90. SALINA AUTO SALVAGE IV] Miles North on 81 827-5686 Sunday, November 29,1961 — The Salina Journal Page 0 MC wins 7th game SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Phil Hamilton and Nate Rollins combined to score 33 points to lead Marymount to a 73-55 victory over Evangel College here Saturday night. The victory improved the Spartans' record to 7-2 on the season and gave Marymount a fifth-place finish in the Evangel Thanksgiving Classic. Hamilton, a 6-6 junior forward, scored a game-high 18 points to pace the MC attack. Rollins chipped in 15 points and Bob Young added 12 tallies for the Spartans, while Kent Smith and Mike Davert scored 11 and 10 points respectively. Evangel was led by Amos Pearcill's 14 points. Marymount continues its hectic pre- Christmas schedule Tuesday night when the Spartans travel to Wichita to meet District 10 rival Kansas Newman. MARYMOUNT (73) Runge 1 1-23, Frederick 1 0-0 1, Garner 0 0-0 0, Smith 5 1-4 11. Harvey 1 0-2 2, Hamilton 8 2-2 18, Rollins 7 1-3 15, Dover! 4 2-2 10, Young 6 0-0 12. Totals 337-1573. EVANGEL (55) Looney I 0-0 2, Devries 2 0-C 4. Hartiler 0 0-1 0. McNoughton 3 4-4 10, Copeland 1 1-33. Hall 4 0-0 8, Venable 5 2-5 12. Thomas 1 0-1 2. Pearclll 7 0-0 14. Totals 24 7-14 55. Halftime score: Marymount 29, Evangel IB. Total fouls: Morymount 17. Evangel 15. Fouled out: none. EXERCISE HAS NEVER BEEN MORE CONVENIENT OR MORE FUN! OVER THE TOP — Little River-Windom quarterback BUI Wempe (10) attempts to complete a pass over the outstretched arms of Baileyville's Jim Haverkamp (85) during first-half action of Journal Photo by Glenn Kearnt Saturday's Class 1A state championship game at McPherson. Blocking for the Redskin quarterback are: Wade Wright (23), Jeff Williams (73) and Andy Buchanan (67). Redskins win 1A title By BRAD CATT SporU Writer McPHERSON - Year after year, Heart of America League football teams battle to earn the right as the best team in their conference. Then, when the war is over, the victor proudly carries the HOA banner into the post-season playoffs. More often than not, they carry it well in Class 1A. Two years ago, Hutchinson-Trinity defeated Canton-Galva in an All-HOA finale. Last year, it was Marquette which advanced to the semifinals before the Wolverines were upended by eventual state champion Ashland. Saturday, it was Little River-Windom's turn. The Redskins, who shared the HOA League title with Marquette and Canton-Galva this fall, did their school and league proud by whipping top-ranked Baileyville, 27-12, to snare the 1A state title. "We play in a very tough league — that's gotta help us in the playoffs," said Little River coach Shane Cordell as his Redskins celebrated their championship on the McPherson College Stadium turf. Little River, which won state titles in 1970 and '71 when Cordell was a player for the 'Skins, won Saturday's title game by dominating the favored Falcons in ths opening half. Little River outgained the Nemaha Valley Letgue champs, 249-41, in the opening two quarters on their way to a 27-0 lead at intermission. "I don't think we made a mistake in the first half," added Cordell. But Baileyville did. Little River took Statistics B 7 18-64 79 7-17-4 4-24.0 2-2 2-10 LR 18 58-211 89 6-12-1 5-27.0 0-0 9-92 First downs Net yards rushing Net yards passing Com.-Aft.-Int. Fumbles-lost Punts-overage Penalties Individual Leaders RUSHING — BAILEYVILLE: Dressman 3-2, Deters 11-76, K.Holthous 3-(-14), W.Holthaus 1-0. LITTLE RIVER: Wright 17-57, Ramage 26-132, Hunslnger 9-24, B.Wempe 5-(-2), Turner 1-0. PASSING — BAILEYVILLE: K.Holthaus 6-15-3-79, Deters 0-1-0-0, Koelzer 0-1-1-0. LITTLE RIVER: B.Wompe 6-12-1-45. RECEIVING — BAILEYVILLE: Hoverkomp 5-61, Dreison 1-5, Koelier 1-13. LITTLE RIVER: Hunsinger 1-44, P.Wempe 2-34, Romage 3-11. PUNTING — BAILEYVILLE: K.Holthaus 4-24.0. LITTLE RIVER — Case 5-27.0. advantage of a Baileyville turnover to score its first touchdown. After Ken Turner pounced on a Falcon fumble at the Baileyville 36-yard line, the Redskins needed just five plays to Jump in front. Running back Rex Ramage scored the game's first touchdown when he swept right end from five yards out. Mark Turner's first of three successful PAT kicks gave Little River a 7-0 lead with 4:00 left in the first quarter. The Redskins drove 62 yards to pay- dirt on their next possession to go on top, 13-0. A 44-yard pass from quarterback Bill Wempe to running back Brent Hunsinger set up Wade Wright's one-yard plunge on the second play of the second quarter. Little River then capped a productive first half with two TDs in the final minute. Wempe's two-yard sneak finished off an 11-play, 52-yard drive, which came with 45 seconds remaining before intermission. Then, after Jeff Williams recovered Baileyville's second fumble of the game, the Redskins scored with nine seconds left on a nine-yard swing pass from Wempe to Ramage. "They beat our pants off in the first half — that was the ballgame," said Baileyville coach Ken Orgera. Little River mustered just 51 yards of offense after intermission. But Baileyville did not get untracked either until it was too late. The Falcons finally put their first points on the board with 6:36 remaining on a 13-yard pass from quarterback Kevin Holthaus to Eddie Koelzer. Baileyville scored its final TD with 3:35 remaining when Holthaus scored on a two-yard run. Russ Deters set up the score when he returned a short Little River punt to the Redskins' 2- yard line. But the Falcons, who recovered the ensuing onside kick, saw their comeback bid end when Wempe swiped his second of three pass interceptions. The victory concluded a 10-2 season for the state champs. Baileyville finished 11-1. "They deserved it — we were out- coached and outplayed," Orgera said. Bolleyvllle 0 0 0 12—12 Little River 7 20 0 0 — 27 LR — Ramage 5 yd. run (Turner kick). LR — Wright 1 yd. run (pass failed). 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