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C4 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1997 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL THE SALINA JOURNAL Mclntosh runs over Knights SALINE COUNTY STATS RACK Statistics from Friday's county high school games By HUEY COUNTS ThkSalina Journal HERINGTON — At face value, it would seem automatic to slip the football into the hands of your best player. Sacred Heart coach Tony Canacari found out the hard way that even with that knowledge it doesn't mean 22 success. Especially Sacred Heart against a run- H «rington , 46 ning back as de- »•"«•» .*ww*w« -^ termined as Herington's Mike Mclntosh. Canacari's football team knew Mclntosh would get the ball again and again. After all, Mclntosh gained more than 400 yards rushing in Herington's season opener. He bettered that mark here Friday night against Sacred Heart, piling up 471 yards and six touchdowns on 34 carries in Hering- ton's 46-22 Cottonwood Valley League victory. Mclntosh's effort fell 6 yards short of a state single-game rushing record. David Strugeon of Burlington rushed for 477 yards in a 1994 game. "The positive was that after he put up about 300 yards in the first half, we made some adjustments as far as shutting down the fullback in the second half," said a grinning Canacari. No, Canacari was not overly upset with his defense. He had planned on using linebacker Nathan Knipp to shadow Mcln- tosh, but Knipp missed the game after banging up his knee Wednesday at practice. With the district season opening next weekend, Canacari opted to let Knipp rest the knee. Still, Knipp or no Knipp, Mcln- tosh seemed destined for a special night. The first time he touched the ball, he sprang untouched up the middle for a 69-yard score. His fourth touch resulted in a 50-yard touchdown romp. Heck, at halftime he was crowned homecoming king. "I knew with homecoming our line was going to be pumped up," said Mclntosh, a 175-pound senior who missed most of last season with a knee injury. "They were opening some big holes, and 1 thought it might be a good night." Thirteen of Mclntosh's carries went for at least 10 yards, with his touchdowns coming on dashes of 69, 50, 36, 40, 4 and 78 yards. "We may have been a little too concerned with their reverses," Canacari said. "And he is a great back, a tough kid." The Knights (1-5 overall, 1-4 in league) flashed some grit of their own, coming back from a 12-0 deficit to grab a short-lived 16-12 lead with 10:24 remaining in the opening half. Jeremy Ryan scored on a 7-yard run to finish a seven-play, 64-yard drive. On the Knights' next possession, quarterback Toby Herbel plunged in from the one for a TD. The sophomore signal-caller ran for two-point conversions after both Sacred Heart scores. "I was real proud of the way the kids came back," Canacari said. "We got down and, boom, we scored twice real quick." But three more first half touchdowns by Mclntosh put Herington on top 32-16 at the break. Herbel finished with 88 yards on 16 carries to lead the Knights, who finished with 261 yards rushing. Ryan added 80 yards on 15 carries. Richard Ortiz contributed 92 yards rushing on 11 carries for Herington (4-2, 2-2). Tescott edges rival Bennington Area roundup By The Journal Staff TESCOTT — David Larson and Brett Getting scared on touchdown runs in the fourth quarter and Tescott outlasted Bennington 22-14 Friday night in battle of Eisenhower League rivals. Tescott (4-2) led 8-0 at halftime on Jamie Anderson's 53-yard run and Oetting's two-point conversion run. But Bennington (2-4) tied the game on Justin Barnett's 10-yard run and two- point conversion pass from Justin Morgan in the third qilarter. Larson scored on a 15- yard run and Getting on a 35^yard in the final period. Jeremiah VanDoran also had a two-point run for Tescott. Pennington's final score came on a Donnie Brummer's 6-yard pass from Jeremiah Cole in the fourth quarter. -> SYLVAN 54, WILSON 16 — At Wilson, Sylvan solidified its No. 1-ranking (Eight-Man II) wjth a convincing victory over previously unbeaten Wilson in a Twin Lakes League showdown. Clint Meitler ran 47 and 52 yards for touchdowns and threw a 7-yard touchdown pass to Darris Meitler. Darris Meitler also scampered 44; yards with an interception for a touchdown. John Wiese scored twice on runs of 19 and 2 yards. Sylvan (6-0) jumped to a 22-0 lead after one quarter and led 30-0 at halftime. pavid Miller caught a 4-yard touchdown pass from Dusty Pasek and Mark Wing ran for a touchdown for Wilson (5-1), which entered the game ranked eighth in Eight-Man I. • BELOIT 48, RUSSELL 6 — At Russell, senior quarterback Pat Gray ran for two touchdowns and threw for a third for Beloit in a North Central Activities Association game. Gray ran 2 and 26 yards for touchdowns and threw a 21-yard touchdown pass to Randy McGinnis. McGinnis also scored on runs of 21 and 32 yards as Beloit improved to 4-2. Beloit led 28-0 at halftime and 42-6 after three quarters. Russell (0-6) scored on Kelly Hoss' 77-yard run. • LINCOLN 20, MINNEAPOLIS 14 — At Minneapolis, Lincoln rallied from a 7-6 halftime deficit to down Minneapolis. , Justin Abell scored on an 81-yard touchdown run and Kelly Gebhardt on a 34-yard run in the second half for the Leopards (2-4). ; Daylan Wallace scored on a 9-yard run and Kelly Condray on a 1-yard run for Minneapoli. • MANKATO 50, SOUTHERN CLOUD 0 — At Mankato, Gavin Garman rushed for 192 yards on only 11 carries and scored three touchdowns — the first on a 74-yard kickoff return — as top-ranked Mankato (Eight-Man I) remained unbeaten with a Pike Trail League victory. Garman also scored on runs of 26 and 47 yards as Mankato improved to 6-0. • WAMEGO 35, CLAY CENTER 0 — At Clay Center, Brandon Solt scored on two long runs and threw for two more touchdowns as Wamego won a North Central Kansas League game. Solt scored on runs of 83 and 36 yards and threw touchdown passes of 27 yards to 16 yards. Wamego (5-1) led 21-0 at halftime. Clay Center falls to 1-5. • BELLEVILLE 26, ELLSWORTH 6 — At Ellsworth, Jeff Sells ran for two touchdowns as No. 9-ranked (Class 3A) Belleville defeated Ellsworth in a North Central Activities Association game. Belleville (5-1) broke open a close game in the second quarter by scoring 20 points to take a 206 at halftime lead. The game was tied 0-0 after one quarter. Sells scored on runs of 2 and 4 yards. Vernon Wiley caught a 24 -yard pass from Josh Melton and Clint Siemsen scored on a 1-yard run for Belleville. John Kueser scored on a 1-yard run in the second quarter for Ellsworth (2-4). • HOPE 51, ST. MARYS ACADEMY 6 — At Hope, junior quarterback Brent Riedy rushed for 102 yards and two touchdowns and passed for 104 yards and two more TDs to lead unbeaten and third-ranked (Eight-Man II) Hope to an easy victory. Hope (6-0) led 16-6 after the first quarter, then erupted for 28 second-quarter points to blow the game open. The game ended late in the third quarter on the 45-point rule. Senior back Kent Jacobson rushed for three TDs and Phil Rock and Cody McMahan each caught TD passes from Riedy. • SMITH CENTER 32, STOCKTON 8 — At Stockton, the Redmen churned out 351 yards rushing, led by Andy Stewart's 133 yards, as the No. 1-ranked Redmen (Class 3A) rolled over Stockton in a Mid-Continent League game. Josh Rameriz rushed for 91 yards and one touchdown a^d David King 73 yards and two touchdowns for, Smith Center (6-0). HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL RESULTS HOPE 51, ST. MARYS ACADEMY 6 St. f/larys 6 0 0 x - 6 Hope (6-0) 16 28 7 x - 51 SI. Marys - Garland 23 pass from Ewbanks. H6pe - Jacobson (3) 1, 2, 2 runs; Riedy (2) 15, 39 runs; McMahan 24 pass from Riedy; Rock 25 pass from Riedy. PATs - McMahan 2 passes from Riedy; Jacobson run; Rock pass from Riedy; McMahan kick. TIPTON 42, E. HEIGHTS 30 E.Heights (4-2) 814 6 0-30 Tlpton (1-5) 22 0 12 8 - 42 Eastern Heights — McClaln (2) 1, 69 runs; Gower (2) 56. 15 from Mc- Claln. PAT — Gower run; McClaln run; Molzahn run. Tipton — May (2) 12,4 runs; Ohn- sat (2) 20 pass from Kohn, 36 pass from Magette; Kohn 6 run; Timbers 9 run. PAT — Magette pass from Kohn; Timbers pass from Kohn; May run. MANKATO 50 SOUTHERN CLOUD 0 So. Cloud 0 0 0 x - 0 Mankato (6-0) 32 6 12 X - 50 Mankato — Garman (3) 74 kickoff return, 26, 47 runs; Osbome 1 run; Badger 25 pass from Brown; Uglow 15 pass from Huntslnger; Alvarez 4 run. PAT — Garman 2 runs; Osbome run: Nellson run. LINCOLN 20, MINNEAPOLIS 14 Lincoln 0 6 8 6-20 Minneapolis 7 0 7 0-14 Lincoln — Hortlng 1 run; Abell 81 punt return; Gebhardt 34 run. PAT — Obermueller pass from Gebhardt. Minneapolis — Wallace 9 run; Condray 1 run. PAT — Hopkins 2 kicks. ' DOWNS 56, CHASE 22 Chase 0 6 0 16 - 22 Downs 14 24 12 6 - 56 Chase (2-4) — Starr (2) 60 run, 8 pass from Alexander; Standlee 45 run. PAT - Alexander run; Starr pas» from Alexander. Downs (2-4) — Ruthstrom (3) 5, 2 runs, 5 Interception return; Boru (3) 3,3,2 runs; V. Doane 2 run; Grauer 2 run. PAT - Ruthstrom run, pass from Bortz; Stevens pass from Bortz; C.Doane pass from Bortz. i SYLVAN 54, WILSON 16 Sylyan 22 8 14 10 - 64 Wilton 0 0 8 8-16 Sylvan (6-0) — Boor 32 run; C.Melller (2) 47, 62 run; Wlese (2) 19,12 run; D.Meitler 7 pass from C.Meitler, 44 pass Interception return; safety. PAT - C.Meltler run; Wlese run; D.Meitler run, pass from Wlese; Boor run. Wilson (5-1) — Miller 4 pass from Pasek; Wing run. PAT - Wing 2 runs. BELOIT 48, RUSSELL 6 Russell (0-6) 0060-6 Beloit (4-2) 14 1414 6 - 48 Russell — Ross 77 run. Beloit — Gray (2) 2, 26 run; Thompson 4 run; McGinnis (3) 21, 32 runs, 21 pass from Gray; Engelbert 27 run. PAT - Englebert pass from Gray; Thompson run; Odle 4 kicks. PIKE VALLEY 64 NORTH CENTRAL 18 North Central 0 18 0 0-18 Pike Valley 36 22 0 6-64 North Central — Miller (2) 4 run, 42 pass Interception; Livingston 6 run. Pike Valley (5-1) — McNall (2) 33. 27 runs; Baldwin 4 run; Sandell 3 run; Garman (3) 19, 26, 41 passes from Phillips; Glle (2) 23, 33 passes from Phillips. PAT - Sandel 2 runs; Elliott run; Glle pass from Phillips; McNall run. ATWOOD 25, OBERLIN 3 Obertln (0-6) 3000-3 Atwood(5-1) 0 3 14 8-25 Oberlln — Stoney 37 field goal. Atwood — Miller 27 field goal; Luedke (2) 1,2 runs; Kastens 3' run. PAT - Sramek 2 passes from Kastens; Kastens run. BELLEVILLE 26, ELLSWORTH 6 Belleville (5-1) 0 20 6 0-26 Ellsworth (2-4) 0600-6 Belleville — Sells (2) 2,4 runs; Wiley 24 pass from Melton; Siemsen 1 run. PAT - Sells run. Ellsworth — Kueser 1 run. WAMEQO 35, CLAY CENTER 0 Wamego (6-1) 7 14 14 0-35 Clay Center 00 00-0 Wamego — Solt (2) 83, 36 runs; Nledfeldt 61 run; Boyce 27 pass from Solt; Langston 18 pass from Solt. PAT - Stephensen 5 kicks. SMITH CENTER 32, STOCKTON 8 Smith Center 612 8 8-32 Stockton 0080-8 Smith Center (6-0) — King (2) 24, 22 runs; Montgomery 1 run; Stewart 11 run; Ramerlez 6 run. PAT — Stewart run. Stockton (2-4) — Dlx 9 run. PAT — Roy pass from Dlx. NESS CITY 14, LaCROSSE 8 LaCrosse 0 8 0 0-8 Ness City 6080 -14 LaCrosse - Cline 3 run. PAT Musgrave run. Ness City - Cranston 2 run; Rebel 7 run. PAT - Grunbeln pass from Rebel. WACONDA EAST 48 LUCAS-LURAY 18 Lucas-Luray 0 6 6 6-18 Waconda East 6 14 16 12 - 48 Lucas-Luray (4-2) - Andy Brlcker (2) 20, 43 runs; Fell 8 pass from Palmer. Waconda East (6-0) - Todd Hen- nlngsen (3) 3, 5, 40 runs; Nick Fraenza (3) 5,23,41 runs; Gaston 7 pass from Fraenza. PAT - Gaston 2 passes from Fraenza; Martin pass from Duskie. SHARON SPRINGS 30, TRIPLAINS 6 Triplains 0006-6 Sharon Springs 12 0 6 12- 30 Triplains (6-1) - Lewallen 7 run. Sharon Springs (6-0) - Parks 9 run; Lopez (4) 20, 23, 31, 23 runs. TESCOTT 22, BENNINGTON 14 Bennington 0 0 8 6-14 Tescott 8 0 0 14 - 22 Bennington (2-4) - Barnett 10 run; Brummer 6 pass from Cole. PAT Barnett pass from Morgan. Tescott (4-2) - Anderson 53 run; Larson 15 run; Getting 35 run. PAT - Oetting run; Van Doren run. TREGO 25, VICTORIA 0 Victoria 0000-0 Trego 0 12 0 13- 25 Trego (4-2) - Trogstead (3) 13,24, 9 run; Wlndholz 6 run. PAT - Zlegler kick. KENSINGTON 62, NORLAND 0 Morland (0-6) 0 0 x x - 0 Kensington 38 14 x x - 62 Kensington (4-2) — Beckman (3) 13 run, 29, 40 pass from Bearley; Yoxall (2) 24, 9 runs; Bearley 1 run; Baumann 2 run. PAT — Beckman 2 runs; Yoxall run; Dibble pass from Bearley; Branson run. SUPERIOR, NEB. 18 CLIFTON-CLYDE 8 Superior. 12 0 0 6-18 Clifton-Clyde 6000-6 Superior, Neb. (2-4) — Meeklns 3 run; Meyer 16,1 runs. Clifton-Clyde (1-5) — Provost 3 run. COLBY 28, CHAPMAN 7 Chapman 7000-7 Colby 0 14 7 7-28 Scoring not provided by home team. CHASE COUNTY 26 COUNCIL GROVE 6 Council Grove 0006-6 Chase County 14 0 6 6-26 Council Grove (3-3) — Gant 4 run. Chase County (4-2) — Rogers (2) 4,4 runs; Snead (2) 37, 2 runs. PAT — Rogers run. HALSTEAD 26, HILLSBORO 6 ' Halstead (2-4) 12 0 0 14 - 26 Hillsboro (3-3) 0600-6 Halstead — Amendariz (2) 48, 24 runs; Mabry (2) 3 run, 11 Interception return. PAT — McCall run. Hillsboro — Funk 8 pass from Woods. ST. JOHN'S BELOIT 60 WHITE ROCK 33 St. John's 24 14 22 0-60 White Rock 0 10 8 16 - 33 St. Johhn's Beloit — Budke (4) 56, 65, 38 runs, 33 pass from Ellert; Niewald (4) 43,46,25,41 runs. PAT - Schwerman 3 passes from Ellert; Budke run. White Rock — Slmillnk 1 run; Shipley 25 field goal; Flavin 3 run; Ault (2) 56, 5 runs. PAT - Shllpley run; Mlzner 2 passes from Slmllink. OAKLEY 26, HOXIE 6 Hoxle 0060-6 Oakley 12 6 8 0-26 Hoxle — Bleker 44 run. Oakley — Wilson (2) 6, 9 runs; Bruenger (2) 6, 6 passes from Wilson. PAT - Baalman run. LOGAN 28, PALCO 21 Palco(3-2) 14 0 7 0-21 Logan (4-1) 0 6 6 18 - 28 Palco — 'owland 34 pass from All- phln; Acheson 64 pass from Allphln; Brln 1 run. PAT - Ovledo 3 kicks. Logan — Jones (3) 26,38,4 runs; Forrest 11 pass from Webb. PAT Jackson pass from Webb; Webb run. WAKEFIELD 24, WHITE CITY 12 White City 0 8 6 0-12 Wakefleld 12 6 0 6-24 White City (1-5) — Gilbert 4 run; Hammersmith 16 run. Wakefleld (1-4) — Estey (2) 26,29 runs; Culllp 74 run; Lloyd 26 pass from Estey. HILL CITY 00, PHILLIPSBURQ 0 Hill City (5-1) 16 14 14 6 - 60 Phillipsburg (2-4) 0000-0 Hill City — Jackson (3) 9, 9, 73 runs; Appelhans 58, 92 runs; Parks 64 runs; Budlg 1 run. PAT — Rlley 2 runs; Abel run, Jackson run. NORTON 44, PLAINVILLE 14 Plalnvllle 6 0 0 6-14 Norton 16 21 7 0-44 Plalnville (0-6) — Conway 1 run; Fassel 58 run. PAT -Fassel run. Norton (4-2) — Roblson (5) 11, 53, 34, 45, 31 run; Brooks 50 pass from Phllpot. PAT - Phllpot run; Jacobs 2 passes from Phllpot; Bums 2 kicks. ELLIS 49, OSBORNE 14 Ellis 18 12 12 7 - 49 Osborne 0 0 6 8-14 Ellis - Amerin (4) 42, 24, 48, 12 pass from Mlckelson; Kohl (2) 6, 39 runs; Honas 38 pass from Mlckel- son; 52 Interception return. PAT - Pfelfer kick. Osborne - Ovlatt 22 run; Schultze 22 run. PAT - Ovlatt run. Scores Thursday's Results Olathe South 51, Leavenworth 11 Wichita West 36, Wichita Northwest 21 Friday's Results Atwood 25, Oberiin 3 Balleyville 42, Hanover 12 Belleville 26, Ellsworth 6 Beloit 48, Russell 6 Bern 24, Midway Denton 14 Burlington 21, Humboldt 11 Canton-Galva 39, Moundrldge 6 Central Christian 28, Hulchlnson Trinity 26 Centralla 50, Washington 0 Chase County 26, Council Grove 6 Cherryvale 35, Central Burden 0 Cheylln 70, Golden Plains 20 Colby 28, Chapman 7 Columbia Hlckman, Mo. 17, SM South 7 Downs 56, Chase 22 Ellis 49, Osborne 14 Ell-Saline 60, Sedgwlck 6 Emporla 26, Shawnee Heights 0 Eureka 15, FredonlaO Galena 35, SE Cherokee 0 Glrard 35, Baxter Springs 8 Greensburg 20, St. John 8 Halstead 26, Hillsboro 8 Haven 14, Nlckerson 7 Herington 46, Salina Sacred Heart 22 Herndon 66, Arthur, Neb. 20 Hill City 60, Phillipsburg 0 Holcomb 33, Elkhart 21 Holton 26, Jeff West 0 Hope 51, St. Marys Academy 6 Morton 26, Highland 20 Jeff North 19, McLouth B Jewell 60, Salina Emmanuel Christian 14 Kensington 52, Morland 0 Kinsley 29, Otis-Bison 6 Lebo 57, Altoona Midway 20 LeRoy 36, St. Paul 34 Lewis 40, Pawnee Heights 20 Lincoln 20, Minneapolis 14 Linn 56, Hillcrest 12 Logan 28, Palco 21 Loulsburg 33, Osawatomle 7 Lyndon 47, Mission Valley 0 Lyons 30, Hesston 0 Madison 20, Marals des Cygnes 13 Mankalo 50, Southern Cloud 0 Neodesha 15, Yates Center 7 Ness City 14, LaCrosse 8 Norton 44, Plalnvllle 14 Oakley 26, Hoxle 6 Olpe 32, Burilngame 0 Oskaloosa 14, Jackson Heights 9 Perry-Lecompton 36, Tonganoxle 32 Pike Valley 64, North Central 18 Pleasant Ridge 65, Valley Falls 6 Prairie View 21, Wellsville 20 Qulnter41,Meade22 Rossvllle 7, St. Marys 6 Sabetha 26, Hiawatha 19 SJ Beloll 60. White Rock 33 Salina Central 28, Manhattan 0 Salina South 31, Junction City 12 Santa Fe Trail 22, Lansing 13 Sharon Springs 30, Triplains 6 Smith Center 32, Stockton 8 Smoky Valley 21, Elllnwood 0 Solomon 60, SJ Military 32 SE Saline 32, Concordla 13 South Nodaway, Mo. 28, Elwood 0 Spring Hill 42, Anderson County 7 Superior, Neb. 18, Clifton-Clyde 6 Sylvan 64, Wilson 16 Tescott 22, Bennington 14 Tlpton 42, Eastern Heights 30 Topeka Hayden 44 .Topeka Highland Park 21 Topeka Washbum Rural 31, Topeka Seaman 14 Topeka West 27, Topeka High 26 (ol) Tribune 58, Satanta 12 Troy 27, Wathena 7 Ulysses 40, Holslngton 20 Unlontown 34, Central Heights 20 Wabaunsee 27, Northern Heights 0 Waconda East 48, Lucas-Luray 18 Wakefleld 24, White City 12 Wamego 36, Clay Center 0 Wichita Collegiate 38, Sterling 13 Wllllamsburg 62, Hamilton 6 Salina Central 28 Manhattan 0 GAME IN STATS SC M First downs 18 7 Rushes-yards 44-185 39-100 Passing yards 2S6 6 Comp-Att-Int 10-16-0 1-7-1 Total plays-yards 59-421 46-106 Fumbles-lost 2-1 0-0 Penalties-yards 7-65 3-47 Punts-avg. 2-22.0 7-31.1 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - SC: Hancock 19-64, Just 13-69, J.WIIson 7-17, Newman 2-20, C.Wilson 3-(-5). M: Jones 22-70, Wilson 7-26, Newton 3-10, Jacobson 1-2, Pahl 1-1, Richards 1-(-2), Carlson 4-(-7). PASSING-SC; C.WIIson 9-14-0-197, Hancock 1-1-059. M: Carlson 1-7-1-6. RECEIVING - SC: Newman 2-84, Just 2-73, Lamone S-40, Bartow 1-59. M: Morgan 1-8. PUNTING - SC: Bandy 1-44.0, Team 1-0. M: Carlson 7-31.1. SCORING SUMMARY Salina Central 14 0 14 0-28 Manhattan 0 0 0 0-0 First Quarter SC - Lamone 9 pass from C.WIIson (Schom kick), 6:26. SC - Newman 18 run (Schom kick), 0:27. Third Quarter SC - Just 83 pass from C.WIIson (Schorn kick), 6:08. SC - Newman 66 pass from C.WIIson (Schom kick), 2:59. Salina South 31 Junction City 12 JC S3 First downs 11 18 Rushes-yards 33-130 42-168 Passing yards SO 28 Comp-Att-Int 6-14-0 3-15-2 Total plays-yards 47-220 57-194 Fumbles-lost 6-5 4-1 Penalties-yards 5-36 4-49 Punts-Avg 3-32.0 3-36.0 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: JCiJordan 21-51, Devlne 3-(-4), Walker 469, Marks 3-24, Chavas 1-(-5), Lugo 1-(-5). SS: Romlnger 5-(-6). Kllngzell 12-60, Ross 5-7, Tomlins 1582, Sellers 4-10, Pletrzyk 1-13. PASSING: JC: Devlne 4-9-0-70, Lugo 2-5-0-20. SS: Romlnger 3-15-2-28. RECEIVING: JC: Munson 2-33, Chavas 2-37, Jordan 1-15, Small 1-5. SS: Squires 3-28. PUNTINQ: JC:Devlne 3-32.0. SS: Ross 1- 35.0, Butler 2-36.5. SCORING SUMMARY Junction City 12 00 0-12 Salina South 7 10 0 14 - 31 First Quarter JC - Marks 86 kickoff return (kick failed), 11:47. SS - Sellers 1 run (Butler kick), 5:11. JC - Walker 75 run (pass failed), 4:52. Second Quarter SS-Butler 37 field goal, 11:49. SS • Sims 19 fumble return (Butler kick), 10:04. Fourth Quarter SS • Kllngzell 5 run (Butler kick), 8:38. SS - Tomlins 1 run (Butler kick), 1:26. SE-Saline 32, Concordla 13 GAME IN STATS C SES First downs 12 16 Rushes-yards 30-94 53-265 Passing yards 164 102 Comp-Att-Int 11-28-1 7-13-0 Total plays-yds 58-258 66-367 Fumbles lost 1-1 2-1 Penaltles-yds 5-47 3-20 Punts-average 4-25.3 2-43.5 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - C: Essllnger 16-67, Metro 6-24, Le- toumeau 5-(-7), Hake 3-10. SES: Tyson Douglas 15-71, Thane Douglas 22-132, Ke]r 14-64, Forsberg 2-(-2). PASSING - C: Letourneau 11-28-1 164. SES: Thane Douglas 7-13-0 102. RECEIVING - C: Zimmerman 1-11, Peterson 1-6, Laas 6-96, Williams 1-28, Hamel 2-23. SES: Anderson 2-46, Peterson 4-56, Tyson Douglas 1-0. PUNTING - C: Letourneau 4-25.3. SES: Schwarz. SCORING SUMMARY Concordia 6 07 0-13 SE of Saline 6 12 0 14 - 32 First Quarter C-Essllnger 1 run (kick failed), 7:36 SES-Ke|r 4 run (kick failed), 0:10 Second Quarter SES-Peterson 6 pass from Thane Douglas 7:15 SES-Thane Douglas 42 run (pass failed), 5:28 Third Quarter C-Letoumeau 8 run (Letourneau kick), 5:19 Fourth Quarter '- - ' • SES-Thans Douglas 10 run (Tyson Douglas pas«.., from Thane Douglas), 5:32 SES-Thane Douglas 26 run (kick failed), 1:01 v Herington 46, Sacred Heart 22T 7 0 SH H' j First downs 17 -BJ'"-. Rushes-yards 38-261 51-564 Passing yards 76 43 , Comp-AH-Int 2-11-1 2-9-1' Total plays-yards 49-337 60-607 . Fumbles-lost 0-0 1-0 ,', Penalties-yards 8-85 B-7S Cl Punts-Avg 3-43 0-6 "•'• INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: SH: Herbel 18-88, Ryan 15-80, Walker 3-.-,' 83, Jaquay 10-50, Bechard 1-8, Hebert 3-4. H: Mclntosh 34-471, Ortiz 11-92, Beavers 4-7, Arellano 1-4, Zottl 1'-0. ;,. PASSING: SH; Herbel 1-3-1,14 yards; Bechard 1-8-6V • 62 yards. H: Zottl 2-9-1,43 yards. >• : * RECEIVING: SH: Walker 2-76. H: Donahue 1-14, OB- ' tlz 1-29. . \ PUNTING: SH: Herbel 3-129. H: none. SCORING SUMMARY Salina Sacred Heart 8 8 0 6 - 22 Herington 12 20 8 6-46 Flrtt Quarter "''"« H — Mclntosh 69 run (kick failed), 11:42 H — Mclntosh 50 run (run failed), 6:07 ,. <•• „,'.? SH — Ryan 7 run (Herbel run), 3:20 i ( , •• Z Second Quarter • ' •' SH — Herbel 1 run (Herbel run), 10:54 v - 'V H — Mclntosh 36 run (pass failed), 10:24 . ''"..' • H — Mclntosh 40 run (Ortiz run), 4:36 •,-'•"H — Mclntosh 4 run (kick failed), 0:59 , .,. , n Third Quarter '" ' '' H — Ortiz 2 run (Meln pass from Zotti) 0:27 . •'••••. " Fourth Quarter S ••••, SH — Herbel 1 run (run failed), 6:20 - ...^'u H — Mclntosh 78 run (kick blocked), 1:45 ''> ."•'i. T i Jewell 60 Emmanuel Christian 14 Emmanuel Christian (1-4) 0 14 0 x - 14 '}: Jewell (3-3) 28 13 19 x - BO 1 -' Emmanuel Christian — Black 5 run; Larson 1 ruri.'- > t PAT - Larson run. .11:7. Jewell — Ramsey (3) Blocked punt end zone; 19, 6.. runs; C.Taylor (3) 23, 59,54 runs; Roblnett 50 run; BW' > :,j sel 10 pass from Howland; Boden 2 ran. PAT - Ramsey" 4 kicks; L.Taylor pass from Howland. • >,.; 4 Ell-Saline 60, Sedgwlck 6 .' ' Ell-Saline (5-1) 2721 0 12 - 60 •'•••; Sedgwlck (1-5) 0 0 0 6 - 6. >lt Ell-Saline — Martin 10 run; J.R.Augustine 69 run; Ko- •; hart (2) 33, 40 runs; Hardesty 3 run; Johnson 18 pass'- * from Augustine; Anderes 10 run; Hocking 75 Intercept X', tlon return; Debold 71 run. PAT - Anderes 5 kicks. ( , ." -i Sedgwlck — Scoring not provided. ',' .)£ Solomon 60, SJ Military 32 SJM -S ' First downs 10 1-1- Rushes-yards 39-169 44-267.' Passing yards .112 86r Comp-Att-Int 5-16-1 5-21J-2 Total plays-yards 41-271 7-353; INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS : RUSHING: SJM: Marcy 35-140, Warron 2-7, Oertel-K' 2, Wagstaff 1-20. S: Kelsey 10-90, Harder 2-6, Heller 20-126, Drelllng 2-(-4), Wilson 2-10, Kohman 1-0, Zerbe-1-8, Collie 1-(-1), Mlnneman 4-5. ' "• PASSING: SJM: Warren 5-16-1,115 yards. S: Kelsey... 4-12-2, 54 yards; Kohman 1-9-0, 32 yards. ( , ',, RECEIVING: SJM: Wagstaff 3-85, Marcy 1-(-4). ff, . Harder 4-51, Kelsey 1-37. SCORING SUMMARY -,.' SJ Military 6 20 6 0-32", Solomon 8 16 24 12 - 60"' First Quarter • , SJM — Marcy 3 run (run fail) ".u.; S — Kelsey 2 run (Heller run) t .' , Second Quarter , r SJM — Marcy 12 run (run fall) • '• SJM — Marcy 54 run (Wagstaff pass from Warren)'' •' S — Heller 74 kickoff return (Harder run) •.- . SJM — Marcy 33 Interception return (run failed) ••„ .S — Kelsey 10 run (Kelsey run) '" " Third Quarter '"• ••>•• S — Kelsey 14 run (Heller run) i! ' SJM — Wagstaff 46 pass from Warren (run failed) • S — Heller 34 run (Harder pass from Kohman) ~, ] S — Harder 32 pass from Kelsey (Zerbe pass frofrt-' Kelsey) "'' Fourth Quarter i. S — Wilson 3 run (run failed) S — Harder 1 run (pass falled)a ' !•'• .•> f: Mustangs / Central shuts out Tribe, wins 1-70 title FROM PAGE C1 yards on the next four plays. "We did a really good job defending the perimeter tonight," Diener said. "Then we let the three big guys — Anthony Hutton, Travis Swolen- sky and Glen Jacobia —. handle things in the middle and our linebackers played as good a game as they have all season." Central put together lengthy drives on its first two possessions, taking away Manhattan's advantage of working with the wind in the first quarter. The Mustangs went 80 yards on 12 plays after taking the opening kickoff, with Diener gambling a bit on a fourth-and-1 play at the 9-yard line. Wilson used a little play fake, then stepped back and lofted a pass into the end zone over two Manhattan defenders and into the hands of tight end Brian Lamone. After a Manhattan punt, Central moved 74 yards on 13 plays, with Terence Newman making a huge 18- yard reception on fourth-and-9, then coming around the end for an 18- yard touchdown carry on the next play. Andy Schorn's second extra- point kick made it 14-0 Mustangs with 27 seconds remaining in the first quarter. The score stayed that way until halftime, but Central missed opportunities to improve on its lead. Running back Tate Hancock connected with Bobby Bartow for what appeared to be an 82-yard touchdown reception on Central's first play of its third possession. But a clipping penalty brought the ball back to the Manhattan 38, and the Mustangs were stopped on downs four plays' •-; later. " • •"» "One of the big plays in the game , was when we had the halfback pass';, called back," Diener said. "It realty,';' hurt and we needed a play just th^t '!/ big to counteract it, and Todd Just's!, play did that." ';:; On Central's opening possession^-.'.-,' of the second half, Just cut across '^ the middle and made an amazing-,/ one-handed grab of Wilson's pass,,,,,) From there, it was a footrace to the,}'!' end zone, with Just diving the final', • few yards as he was being tackled -.,',• from behind. r v , ."•,'' "It was one of those plays where•!;•/'• run a delay route and when the pass•:,.' was a little high, I just threw a hand' '. up there and improvised," Just saidr v ., "It was such a fun game and that •;, just added to it. Everybody played ,. | so solid and looked so solid, and we are starting to send a message that I this is a good Salina Central team."" ..: Up three touchdowns, the Mus 1 - •••';' tangs again struck quickly on their ".:', next offensive play. Newman race5 '•' down the left sideline and caught ••' Wilson's pass in stride, using his < state-caliber speed to sprint to the '•• goal line for his second touchdown" of the game. ';."•;. On the next Manhattan drive,''• Newman completed his outstanding ..' night with an interception — the In- . dians' only turnover. "The offense is doing a great jqb „ and they don't need my help much,,'*. said Newman, who plays mostly on, '< passing situations. "Sometimes they use me as a decoy and then we run ,','•' the ball and surprise them. But" Clete has got a cannon for an arm 1 • and tonight we made the big plays." .,' fill-Saline tunes up for district with 60-6 road win over Sedgwick By The Journal Staff &EDGWICK — It didn't take the EU-Saline Cardinals long to take th,e upper hand Friday night against outmanned Sedgwick. The Cardinals scored 27 points in! the first quarter, tacked on 22 more in the second and rolled to a 60r6 victory in a Heart of America League game. Eight different Cardinal players scored touchdowns with Chris Kphart crossing the goal line twice on runs of 33 yards and 40 yards. The Cardinals rolled up 419 ya_rds rushing on 31 carries in the game), The wim improves Ell-Saline's record to 5-1. Sedgwick falls to 1-5. Tim Martin opened the scoring on a 10-yard ruri. J.R. Augustine followed with a 69-yard run. Kohart's 33-yard jaunt was next, followed Cflyi|ty by Kyle Hard- ^g^ffi- esty on a 3- mHBGM|l yard run. The rout continued in the second quarter as Curtis Johnson caught an 18- yard pass from Augustine; Kohart scooted 40 yards for a TD and Jim Anderes ran 10 yards for six points. Pat Hocking ran 75 yards with an interception and Jason Debold went 71 yards for a TD in the fourth quarter. Sedgwick scored against the Cardinals' reserves in the fourth quarter. Jason Debold rushed for 136 yards on seven carries; Kohart 98 yards on four carries; and Augustine 71 yards on two carries for Ell-Saline. Ell-Saline travels to Inman next Friday for its first Class 2-1A district game. Jewell 60, Emmanuel 14 JEWELL — Chris Ramsey and Cole Taylor scored three touchdowns each Friday night as Jewell routed Emmanuel Christian 60-14 in an eight-man game. Ramsey scored when he blocked a punt in the end zone and ran 19 and 6 yards for TDs. Taylor ran 23, 59 and 54 yards for touchdowns as Jewell improves to 3-3. Jeremiah Black scored on a 5- yard run and Mark Larson on a I- yard run in the second quarter for Emmanuel Christian, 1-4. Jewell led 28-0 after one quarter and 41-14 at halftime. The game ended late in the third quarter on the 45-point rule. Solomon 60, St. John's 32 SOLOMON — Matt Heller ran for 126 yards on 20 carries and two touchdowns and Jordan Kelsey v had 90 yards on 10 carries and three touchdowns as Solomon rallied in the second half to defeat St. John's Military 60-32 in an Eisenhower League game. St. John's (1-5) led 26-24 at halftime, but Solomon outscored the Muleskinners 24-6 in the third quarter to take control. With the score tied 32-32, the Gorillas scored the game's last four touchdowns. Heller scored on runs of 74 and 34 yards and Kelsey on jaunts of 2, 10 and 14 yards. The loss overshadowed another outstanding performance by the Muleskinners' Steve Marcy. Marcy, a senior running back, rushed for 140 yards on 35 carries and ' scored four touchdowns. He' i scored on runs of 3, 12 and 54-".yards and returned an intercep- '', tion 33 yards for a touchdown. But Marcy was St. John's only < effective weapon. Quarterback ^ Ben Warren was 5 of 16 passing for,'.;' 115 yards. Wide receiver Jeff;. Wagstaff caught three passes for i 85 yards. - : . • Solomon (3-3) had 267 yards";. 1 rushing and 353 yards total of: , fense. ' ".; St. John's had 281 yards total qf- , fense, including 169 rushing. '; .•.'/;• St. John's entertains Wakefield ; i Friday while Solomon plays host to Centre.

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