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2 Part III- Sun. Nov. 21. 1976 ios SligtlrS lntS 2 College Football Highlights of Saturday's games compiled from Times wire services Aztecs Beat Long Beach, 10-3 THE EAST Villanova Ends a Losing Year as Winner; PAT Mark Set Villanova quarterback Dick Bedesem, son of the head coach of the same name, ran for two touchdowns and threw for another to lead the Wildcats to a 24-7 win over Temple. The extra point after the Temple touchdown gave the Owls an NCAA record of 106 consecutive extra points over a three-year period. The old record of 105 was set by Tennessee in 1970-73. Temple finished 4-6. its first losing season since Wayne Hardin took over as coach in 1970. Holy Cross overcame a 277-yard rushing performance by Connecticut halfback Nick Giaquinto to win a 41-40 thriller. Holy Cross co-captain Bill Campbell preserved the win by batting down an attempted two-point conversion pass by Connecticut in the final minute. Boston College routed Massachusetts. 35-0. as sophomore flanker Paul McCarty caught a 12-yard pass for one touchdown and ran 17 yards for another. Tar Heels Win Close One; Gamecocks Lose Bowl Bid THE SOUTH North Carolina tailback Mike Voight ran for four touchdowns and scored on a two-point conversion run in the final seconds to give the Peach Bowl-bound Tar Heels a 39-38 win over visiting Duke. Voight gained 261 yards in 47 carries and tied the Atlantic Coast Conference career record of 42 touchdowns set by Stan Fritts of North Carolina State. North Carolina, which meets Georgia in the Peach Bowl, finished 9-1 Clemson, which had failed to score in the first quarter of any game this year, drove for touchdowns the first two times it got the ball and went on to defeat visiting South Carolina. 28-9. The loss. South Carolina's second straight, dropped the Gamecocks (6-5) from bowl consideration. Southern Illinois tailback Andre Herrera. the nation's No. 4 rusher, scored four touchdowns, one on a 40-yard run. to lead the Salukis to a 44-16 romp over Marshall. Herrera carried 29 times for 158 yards. Florida State defeated Virginia Tech. 28-21, as quarterback Jimmy Jordan hit receiver Kurt Unglaub on a 96-yard play, the longest scoring pass in school history. Larry Key became Florida State's all-time rusher by gaining 154 yards, including a 97-yard scoring run. Ball State Wins Title by Routing E. Michigan San Diego State, relying on a stingy defense and playing with a healthy David Turner for the first time in six games, defeated Long Beach State, 10-3, Saturday night at Veterans Stadium. Turner gained 130 yards on 29 carries and scored on a 1-yard run in the second quarter. The Aztecs limited Long Beach to 135 yards total offense and a 32-yard field goal by Woody Tressler. Long Beach finished with an 8-3 record. La Verne's Bandy Brown threw two touchdown passes and rushed for a third to lead the visiting Leopards to a 51-24 win over Claremont-Mudd in a season-ending game for both. The Leopards' Ben Morrow, who scored touchdowns on 3- and 56-yard runs, rushed for 193 yards on 21 carries and teammate Brad Frick gained 181 yards on 24 carries and scored on a 51 -yard run. Claremont-Mudd's Keith Cunningham, kicked a 52-yard field goal his fifth of the season from 50 yards or more. Azusa Pacific trailed, 18-7. early in the fourth quarter but rallied behind Phil Boyce to close its season with a 29-18 victory over visiting TJSTU. Boyce, who scored three touchdowns, got his second on a 12-yard pass from Rick Dutton to trim the Cougars deficit to 18-15. Then Darryl Richard scored on a 3-yard run with 3:47 left to put Azusa Pacific in front Boyce added an insurance touchdown one minute later on a 23-yard run. Cal Lutheran quarterback John Kindred scored his second touchdown of the game, a 36-yard run with two minutes left, to give the Kingsmen a 21-16 victory over San Francisco State in San Francisco. Bedlands broke open a close game with 35 points in the fourth quarter and the Bulldogs routed visiting Whittier, 42-7.inanSCIACgame. , Bulldog quarterback Steve Vento, who completed 12 of 23 passes for 130 yards, threw three touchdown passes including two to Brian DeRoo. Redlands, which finished the regular season 8-1, received an invitation to the NAIA Division II playoffs and will play Saturday. Occidental quarterback Tom Hamilton completed 14 of 23 passes for 236 yards and one touchdown to lead the Tigers past visiting Pomona-Pitzer, 23-0. Occidental receiver Rick Fry, who caught the touchdown pass, had 10 receptions for 172 yards. Southern Utah's Tom Kingsworth threw two first-half touchdowns and the visiting Thunderbirds held on to defeat Cal State Los Angeles, 14-7. The Diablos, who closed the season with a 5-3-1 record, scored a fourth-quarter touchdown on a 6-yard run by quarterback Phil Duckworth. SCIAC La Verne 51, Clar.-Mudd 24 Can-Am Racing Series Returns DENVER (UPD A return of prestigious Canadian-American Challenge Cup series and a 10-event schedule for the 1977 professional road racing season were announced Friday by the Sports Car Club of America. Considered by road racing promoters and entrants as a new era of motorsports, the 1977 Can-Am challenge for the Citicorp Cup will initiate the development of a true North American 5-liter stock block and 3-liter racing engine sports racing car formula for implementation by 1979. The 10-race. coast-to-coast Can-Am challenge will pay a minimum of $525,000 in purse awards while a championship point fund and contingency programs are expected to increase the total to near $650,000 for the 1977 series. Boxing Results ANDERS; Oenmark-Gcrmano Valiccchi, Italy. KO (7) Poul nud-icn, Denmark. Valseechi retain European middleweight. KOKURA, Japan -Tiutomu Hagu-M. 1S4. dec (12) Vim Jac-kourt, US. South Korea IHaguw wtrii Often! iy. nior middleweight title). STATEUNEi NEV.-Alvaro (Indian Yaqui) Lopez, 174' Stockton, KO (5) Clarence (Butch) Gelgar, 17a Los Angeles. June i2Loguna Seea Raceway, Monterey, Calif. June 16-Rood At lanta, Gainsvllle, Ca. July 10-Wal kins Glen Grand Prf Circuit, Watklns Glen, N,Y. July 24-Ro(J America, Elkhart Lake, Wij. Aug. 7-Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, Lexington, Ohio. Aug. 21-Moiporf Park, Mosport, Ont. Sept. J-Lime Rock Park, Lime Rock, Conn. Sept. II St. Jovite, Que. Sept. 18-25-Sears Point lnt-1 Raceway, Sonoma, Ca. Oct. 16-Riversice inn Raceway, Riverside, Ca. Bakersfield Wins Ninth Title Bakersfield College won the Metropolitan Conference championship and a berth in the Shrine Potato Bowl by defeating visiting Pierce. 17-8. Saturday night before 17.-363 at Memorial Stadium. The victory gave Bakersfield. the state's top-ranked junior college football team, a 9-1 record. The Renegades, who won their ninth Metro title, were 6-0 in conference play. Pierce finished with a 4-2 record. The Renegades who meet Valley Conference champion Sequoias in the Potato Bowl, scored all their points in the second quarter. Pierce averted a shutout when Charlie Young threw a 16-yard touchdown pass to Bill Spooner Ball State won the Mid-American Conference title with Venlura beal Glendalet 30.37. and Santa Barbara edged a 52-3 rout of host Eartern Michigan Ball Stole quarter- c g tQ -n a fim.place Ue in Western back Art Yaroch passed for three touchdowns and ran for Conference with 6-1 records. Santa Barbara will go another and tailback Earl Taior rushed for a school-rec- tQ the Mission it defeated VenlunL ord 260 yards on 34 carries. Ball State is the first non-Ohio m meet Cimis whjdl clinched Mis. school to wm a Mid-Amencan title. conference title by routing Riverside, 42-8. Obie Western Michigan tailback JS1;"? Graves led the Owls by rushing for 228 yards and scoring No. 2 rusher, scored 26 points and gained 162 ards to lead f l0UChdowns. The win gave Citrus a 6-0-1 conference the Broncos to a 42-14 victory over visiting Central Micm- recorcL 6 La Verne 10 U M 13-51 Claremont'Mudd .... 0 3 13 8-24 LV-FG Torre 27 LV-Peflvin 10 pass from Brown (Torrci kick) LV-Frick 51 run (Torres kick) CM FG Cunningham 52 LV-Morrow 3 run (Torres kick) LV-Brown 1 run (Torres kiCx) CM-GocuJwrn 2 run (Cunningham kick) CM-Goodwin 41 pass from Nielson (kick failed) LV-Pedvin 10 pass from Brown Torres kick! LV-Morrow 56 run (Torres kick) CW-Reed 91 run (Afletdt pass from Solon) LV-SafO 5 pais from Najh (kick failed) Attendance Z700 Occidental 23, Pomona-Pitzer 0 Pomona-Pitier 0 0 0 0-0 Occidental 10 6 7 0-23 Oxy-FG Sels 78 Oxy-Fry 9 pass from Hamilton (Sen kick) Oxy-Beck 1 run (kick failed) Oxy-Murphy 3 run (SelS kick) Attendance i?uu THE MIDWEST NONCONFERENCE Atom Pacific 29, USIU 18 USIU 6 6 0 6-1S Azusa Pacific 0 7 0 22-29 USlU-Johnwn 3 pass from Voi-dufg (run failed) AP Boyce 24 pass from Gano (Granger kick) USIU -Mat ion 10 run (pass failed) USiU-Craar 28 pass from Wilker. son (run tailed) AP-Boyce 12 pass from Dwtton ( Bixoy OfliS from Dutton ) AP-Richard 3 run (Granger kick) AP Boyce 23 run (Granger kick) Attendance-2,200 San Diego St 10, Long Beach St 3 San Diego St 0 7 3 O-J0 Long Beach St. 0 0 0 3-3 SOS Turner 1 run (LaPlant kick) SDS-F& LaPlant 37 LBS FG Tressler 32 Attendance-K900 Redlands 42, Whittier 7 one week only 20 off our entire stock of 14K gold chains We've yards and yards of beautiful chains, and every single one is on sale . . . long ones, short ones, flat ones, round ones, curbs, ropes, plain and fancy links from 15" to 30". Start your own chain reaction and save now. fine jewelry 725 -representative collection in all may co stores except may co fashion place (cerritos) $8 to MOO reg. $10-5500 . O 7 0- 7 Miami (Ohio) defeated visiting Dayton. 28-8 as Rob Carpenter gained 117 yards to go over the 1.000-yard mark for the second straight year. Miami, preseason favorite in the Mid-American, finished 3-8. its worst season in history. Ohio U. routed host Northern Illinois. 63-15. as quarterback Andy Vetter ran for four touchdowns and passed for three more. Nielsen Passes for 41 5 Yards as BYU Romps THE ROCKIES Brigham Young quarterback Gifford Nielsen completed 24 of 35 passes for 415 yards and three touchdowns to lead the host Cougars past Utah. 34-12. Nielsen finished the season with 3.192 yards, fourth on the all-time NCAA list behind Tulsa's Billy Guy Anderson. Cincinnati's Greg Cook and Virginia Tech's Don Strode The Cougars finished 9-2 the first time they've ever won nine games and tied with Wyoming for the Western Athletic Conference title at 6-1. Utah State quarterback Keith Myers passed for two touchdowns, one on a 64-yard play, and ran for another as the Utags defeated Pacific. 31-17. Myers completed 14 of 20 for 230 yards. New Mexico fullback Mike Williams rushed for 126 yards on 28 carries as the Lobos defeated Arizona. 21-15. Arizona starting quarterback Marc Lunsford was injured on the fifth play of the game, forcing the Wildcats to call on freshman Jim Krohn. PITT'S IN SUGAR Continued from First Page the Cotton BowL And Texas Tech. which lost to HoustSn. accepted an invitation to the Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl if it doesn't make it to the Cotton Bowl. In a surprise pairing, the Fiesta Bowl picked Oklahoma to meet Western Athletic Conference champion Wyoming. METROPOLITAN CONFERENCE Bakeretield 17. Pierce 8 Long Beach 19, East LA M MISSION CONFERENCE Citrus Z Rivenide 8 SaddieucK 35. CMMey 13 San Bernardino 38. Southwestern 8 PalomarlO. San Dieo? SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE Fullerton 31 Santa Ana 0 Orange Coast 26. Crossmont 6 SO Mesa X Mt. San Antonio 33 SOUTHERN CAUF. CONFERENCE Golden West iS. LACC 30 Santa Monica . Southwest LA 7 Rio Hondo 13. Harbor 0 WESTERN STATE CONFERENCE Ventura 30, Glendale 77 West LA 30. Canyons 28 Santa BarDara 9, Compton 7 Moorpark 23. Hancock 9 CENTRAL CONFERENCE west Hills 4L Cuesta U PLAYOFFS Northern California Smalt Schools Championship Redwoods 24. Cabriiio 21 PREP CROSS COUNTRY CENTURY LEAGUE FINALS ''1 TEAM 1. Costa Mesa. 34; 2. INOIVIDUAL-I. Westfall (VP), 1 Un.versity, 83. 2. Soutneriand (F). M 1 Greathouse OE ANZA LEAGUE FINALS (VP). 934 TEAM 1. Villa Park. 33; 2. INOIVIDUAL-I. Ross (TP). 11 2. Foothill 38. Kingston (R), 12:27; 3. Schultt (TP). rwANMFt i riCUE FINALS ,2: TEAM I. Twentymne Palrm. CHANNEL LEAGUE FINALS Rm fl( WQft BOYS: INOIVIOUAL-1. Coffman (OP), 9:42; 2. Wise (H), 939: 1 Hein- OESERT VALLEYS LEAGUE FINAL richs (SB), HkOO, TEAM l. Dos Pueb- BOYS: INDIVIDUAL 1- Alvarei los. 4ft 2. Hueneme. 50. (Santa Bar- (CV)f ,q.,& Alarcon (C). 10:48; 1 Al- bara advances to CiF as second place varer tl) 103a team-i. Coacheiia team). GIRLS: INDlviOUAL-t. valley. 3t 2. Central. 6A GIRLS: INDI- Hobbs (SB). 1134; 2. Mills (Ventura). viDUAL-1. Cradick 1C). 112CZ Cer- 12:11; X Perei (Hueneme), 12:15. vantez (C), Udfc 1 Ortii (Brawley), TEAM 1. Santa Barbara. 27; 2. Oos 1333. TEAM-1. Central 22; 2. Calexi- Pueblos, 59. ca 37 Whittier Redlands 0 7 7 35-42 Red Chien 6 pass from Vento (Myers kick) Whi Warren 1 run (Warren kick Red DeRoo 3 pass from Vento (Myers kick) Red-CArcangelo 2 run (Myers kick) Red OUar 47 pass interception (Myers kick) Red -DeRoo 25 pass from vento (Myers kick) Red-Weisan 13 pass from Joyce (Myers kick) Attendance 3400 CS Northridje 16, CS Full 10 CS Fullerton 3 0 0 7-10 CSNorthridge 16 0 0 0-16 CSF-FG Carrillo49 CSN-FG Oohle 26 CSN-FG Dohle 33 CSN-Gallagher 2 run (Dohle kick) CSN-FG Oohle 46 CSF -Marti ndale 1 run (Carrillo kick) Attendance A000 MOORE LEAGUE FINALS GOLDEN LEAGUE FINALS S-Uth 14, Cal State LA 7 Southern Utah 7 7 0 014 Cal St. LA 0 0 0 SU-Howa 42 pass from Kingstord (Fernandez kick) SU-OodSon II pass from Kingstord (Fernandez kick) CSLA Duckworth 6 run (Sanabria kick) Attendance A00O Cal Poly SLO 28. UC Davis 14 UCOavis 3 6 3 '-14 W I. vnii 1 ".en - . ... -j 2. Lubsen (Millikan), 9:44; 3. Getscher 1 (Awle uco-FG Bwirhke C 6-26 (M), 9:45. TEAM-1. Lakewood. 38; Z y"' Saturday, Dec 11 BICENTENNIAL BOWL At Richmond, Va, South Carolina State vs. Norfolk State Friday, Dec 17 At Pontiac Mich. North-South Shrine game, night Monday, Dec 20 LIBERTY BOWL At Memphis Alabama vs. UCLA night Friday, Dec 24 At Montgomery, At. Blue-Gray Classic. Saturday, Dec 25 FIESTA BOWL At Tempt, Arli. Wyoming vs. Oklahoma. Monday, Dec 27 GATOR BOWL At Jacksonville, Fia. Penn State vs. Notre Dame, night Friday, Dec 31 PEACH BOWL At Atlanta Kentucky vs. North Carolina Saturday, Jan. 1 COTTON BOWL Atoiiias Maryland vs. SWC champion Georgia vs. Pittsburgh ROSE BOWL At Pasadtna Michigan vs. USC Ohio State vs. Nebraska or Colorado, night Sunday Jul 2 At Tampa, Fla. All-American Lions Bowl At Palo Alto East'West Shrine game SUN BOWL At El Paso, Tex Texas AiM vs. Florida LB Jordan. 54. (Lakewood and LB Jordan finished as cochampions). SUNSET LEAGUE FINALS INOIVIOUAL-1. Christensen (Edison), 93ft 2. Gifford (Huntington Beach). lOfll; 3. Appell (FV), lftOB. TEAM 1. Fountain Valley, 42 2. Marina. 54. ORANGE LEAGUE FINALS BOYS: INDIVIDUAL-!. Cisneros (V), 959; 2. Gomez (V), 1M3; 1 Silva (V). IOCS. TEAM I. Valencia, 33; 2. El Dorado. 51. GIRLS INDIVIDUAL-!. Vollmer (C), 1134; 2. Geary (V). 13:4ft 3. Hales (E), 13:40. TEAM 1, Canyon. 32; 2. tie between Esperanxa and Valencia. 60. (Esperanza advances to CiF as second place team). SIERRA LEAGUE FINALS INDIVIDUAL-1. Orubtr (South Hills), lft27; Z Baker (WC), lft27; X Estrada (La Puente), 1028. TEAM-1. west Covins, 57; 2. HH Wilson. 61. (HH Wilson advances to CF as first place team and west Covina qualifies as second place team). SOUTH COAST LEAGUE FINALS BOYS: INDIVIDUAL-1. Glass (U). 9:49; Z Kolar (CM), 9-.5B: 1 LaBonte (Mission Vieio), 9-J9. TEAM-1. Costa Mesa. 35; Z University, 55. GIRLS: INDIVIDUAL!. Oarr (Mission Vieio trosh), 11:36; Z Fisher (CM frosh). 1139; 1 Harry man (Laguna soph). "' . 1 WVT i .l.". X - CP-Thomoson 1 run fFet.o nick) Quartz Hill V. WKLi:inuiiuu.- rirn-Mrt.n. 61 oiu from Soeek 1. Wells (QH frosh). 1331; ZV. Shame- ? ler (B). 14.-26; 1 Tracey (Antelope tru,rr?f 27 sWrSh.ir"1-Qwart2 M,,t ssSeSSrSrSm 3t Z Burroughs 41 CP-Jones 2 run (run failed) HACIENDA LEAGUE FINALS UCD-Satety Chapman tackled in iMnivinuAL-i how (AL). 1034:? enc zone by Brown Brown (AL soph). 1ft2t 1 Lamont ISan Dimas). 10:41 TEAM 1. Alia , Aftendance-&8S0 Lorn, ifc 2. Walnut. 50. (Walnut ad vances to CIF as first place team and Alta Loma qualifies as second place team). SAN ANDREAS LEAGUE FINALS INDIVIDUAL 1. Fricker (Hemet). 109; Z Dean (MV), 1021; 3. Barnett (8). 1026. TEAM-1. Btoomingfon. 4 Z Moreno Valley, 55. OESERT INYO LEAGUE FINALS INDIVIOUAL-1. Peters (B), t1:4ZZ Gray (B). 1137; 1 Cohrt IB, 1Z09. TEAM-1. Bishop, li Z Desert. 57. LOS PADRES LEAGUE FINALS INDIVIDUAL-1. Huff (Paso Rob-ies), 9:11 Z Lundgren (SJ), 929; 1 Baxter (A), 930. TEAM I. St. Joseph, 39; Z Atascadero. 47. OLYMPIC LEAGUE FINALS INOIVIOUAL-1. 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