The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on December 15, 1976 · Page 26
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December 15, 1976 PAGK 28 HAYS DAILY NEWS Bengals Will Use Draft Cowboys To Go 'All Out' CINCINNATI (UPI) - The Cincinnati Bengals plan to use the next collegiate draft to fill the "trenches." "I'm basically a trenches man," says Bengals' general manager Paul Brown. "That's rather obvious if you know what I'm saying." ' What Brown is saying with the term "trenches" is linemen, both offensive and defensive. "Oakland has a great offensive line," says an admiring Brown, "and Pittsburgh a great defensive line." Three of Cincinnati's four losses this past season were to Pittsburgh and Oakland. Both the Steelers and Raiders are playoff-bound. Cincy is not. By filling in the trenches, Brown hopes to be in the playoffs next year. "The trenches — I suspect it'll go that way this year," Brown said of ' the Bengals' draft outlook. "I think we have to shore up, improve some aspects of our lines and we know we've got to come up with a tight end." Brown referred to the retirement of eight-year veteran tight end Bruce Coslet, which leaves the Bengals with only one tight end — nine-year vet Bob Trumpy. Brown figured some of the best "trench" prospects for the Bengals and other teams include Don Hasselbeck of Colorado, Joe .Campbell of Maryland, Philip Dokes of Oklahoma State, Mike Butler of Kansas, Ed Edwards of Miami (Fla.), Wilson Famina of San Jose State, Marvin Powell of Southern Cal, Warren Bryant of Kentucky and Robert Rush of Memphis State. "We're satisfied with our key spots," said Brown, indicating that quarterbacks, running backs and wide receivers wouldn't be high on the club's draft priority list. DALLAS (UPI)-It Is quite clear that this weekend is not the time for any NFL football team still playing to be holding anything back. And so it will be with the Dallas Cowboys. As Dallas coach Tom Landry discussed matters Tuesday, it appeared the Cowboys might well have been holding back a little last Sunday against Washington despite the desire to gain the proper amount of confidence for the post-season action. Not everybody played that could have against Washington last week. But they will Sunday against the Los Angeles Rams. "We will start Preston Pearson at tailback," said Landry Tuesday. "And we plan to have (wide receiver) Golden Richards in the starting lineup, too. And, if he can play, Mel Renfro- will start." All of these players have been injury plagued of late, Renfro's condition being a Fully Cooked Skinless ft Defatted Rodeo Hams Wholo or Full Half $139 Ib. • w^""— 5 Ib Sa •%•» Rodeo Hams «.„ 8.98 Farm Freih Whole Arkansas Fryers Ib. 39 C Cut-Up Fryers ib. 45' Fryer Parts: Breast ib. 79 C legs or Thighs ib. 69' Lean, Meaty Spare Ribs ib. 69 e Ranch A Rail, Thick or Thin Rodeo Bacon 1.89 2lb. $ pkg. 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"Pearson could have played, but if he had caught a real hard blow on his thigh (he has suffered from a deep thigh bruise) then he might be out this week. "And Golden could have played last week, too, but we felt we should hold him out. "This week the game is so important that if any of our regular starters can play they will." Pearson is the major question mark because he did not play in the last two regular season games. It was Pearson who scored three touchdowns against the Rams last year in the NFC title game, catching seven: passes for 123 yards. "We consider Preston as our; starter even though he has- been hampered with injuries," Landry said. "Westlli: feel he gives us the overall versatility we would like to have at the halfback spot. "You can't take anything away from Doug Dennison (who leads the Cowboys in: rushing and has played tailback when Pearson has not). Doug gives you everything he has got and had a great game against Washington. "Preston will be a little rusty, but he is a veteran who has been at it long enough to know what to do on short notice. I think he will play well." ill City Evens Season Record HOXIE — The Hoxie Indians put the defensive clamps on Hill City's leading scorer Kyle Hawks, but still came out on the short end of the score as they were beaten by the Ringnecks, 56-45, in a non-league battle Tuesday night. Hawks, who came into the game with an average of 23.7,was held to six points. With Hawks well checked, taking over the scoring for coach Keith Riley's birds was Jerry Nix, Tom Clark and Steve Gansel. Nix led the way with 16, his best output this season, while Clark had 12 and Gansel 10. Brick Prickett was high for the Indians as the fine senior took game honors with 18 points. A 20-10 scoring edge in the first quarter got the Ringnecks rolling. Hoxie had the edge in ;the next two quarters, but came out short again in the fourth, 14-9. Hill City's overall record is now 2-2, while the Indians fell to a 0-3. Hill City also won the Br game, 60-40. Hoxie (45) fg ft pf tp Eland 2 2 5 6 Prickett 6 6 5 18 Stewart 4 0 4 .. 8 Weber ..2 054 Karnes i 0 1 0 1 Schipiey 3 0 0 6 Woodwyck 0 0 ' 2 0 Bergneier 1 0.0 2 Harwerth 0,0 2 0 Totals 18 9 23 45 II ill City (36) Howk Clark Nix 3 2 1 0 4 8 4 n ? 1 n 4 n i 4 6 2 6 3 5 1 0 5 12 4 16 4 10 Totals 22 12 24 56 Russell Outguns Abilene By 15 RUSSELL — With Kent Boxberger in the lineup for the first time this season, the Russell Broncos received a 14- point performance from the fine playmaker and defeated the Abilene Cowboys, 63-48 in a non-league battle Friday night. After leading by only two at the end of the first quarter, the Broncos broke away in the second quarter for a halftime lead of 30-16. While Boxberger tallied 14 points, taking scoring honors for the Broncos was their leading scorer, Sam Farmer, who tallied 15. Stockton Squeaks By Logan Trojans LOGAN — One of the finest scoring performances for the Stockton Tigers in the last two years came from Bob Miller Tuesday night as he led the Tigers to a 70-67 win over the Logan Trojans. In boosting their overall record to 3-2, the Tigers' received a dandy 28 points output from Miller, who had been averaging only six points per game coming into the contest. Brad Patterson, the Tigers No. 1 scorer, was runner up to Miller with 16 points. The Trojans also had two in the double figures as Mike Wilkenson had 20 and Mark Altman had 18. Although the Tigers were unable to pull away they led at all three quarter stops. After the first it was 18-11, at halftime 36-30, and at the end of the third, 54-50. The B-game turned out to be an exciting affair, as the little Trojans won it 71-69. Lagan (67) fg ft pf tp Snider 3 0 4 6 Hansen l 2 l 4 McDonald 2 044 Wilkenson.... ._, 9 2 3 20 Dougherty 4 0 2 8 Becker '....0 0 3 0 Altman 7 4 4 18 Swindler 3 l 2 7 High for the Cowboys was Frank Wattelet with 13. The Broncos, who have two more games before the Christmas break are now 2-1. With Steve Parker leading the way, Llie Broncos won the B-game, 67-36. Parker finished withi3 points. Russell <K)> fg ft pf tp Tyler 2 024 Boxberger 7 0 0 14 Householter 1 0 1 2 S.Williams 3 238 R.Williams 2 0 0. 4 Albrecht 0 030 Selby 1 002 Farmer. 7 1 2. 15 Henderson 0 2 0 2 Klitzke 5 0 1 10 Eggert 1 0 1 2 Totals 29 5 13 63 Abilene (48) Wattelet 5 3 Brown r 0 1 Green 3 0 O'Neal 3 0 Lowry 5 0 Hanson 6 0 Totals 22 4 14 48 Ness City By Jetmore, 6944 NESS CITY - Larry Kraft was big gunner for the Ness City Eagles as they rolled over the Jetmore Longhorns .69-44 Friday night. Kraft, who was the area's No. 4 scorer coming into the WKEA contest, led all scorers with 21 points, three less than his average. Good defense did the trick for the Eagles, now 2-1, as they didn't allow a Jetmore player to score in the double figures. The Eagles led 11-5 after the first quarter, increased it to seven at halftime, then'really poured it on during the third. Going into the fourth period, they were leading by 20,48-28. The B-game also turned out to be a lop-sided affair as the young Eagles registered a 6521 win. Ness City (69) fg ft pf tp Kraft ................... 7 7 0 21 Stocklein ................ 2 1 2 5 Koerner ................ 5 2 3 12 Munsch ................. 4 o 5 $ ' Simoneau o o i Hupp Hoss Gerstner Faulknder ........... ....I Wasinger ............... 2 1 0 2 '2 2 2 1 9 4 l o 9 0 3 3 0 2 4 Totals 29 9 24 67 Totals . Stockton (70) Bennet 2 Patterson 7 Miller 11 Riedel 1 Wheeler 3 Lindscy 1 Santijli 2 K. Miller 1 Jelmore(44) 044 White ............... ____ o 2 3 16 Clarke .................. 3 6 4 28 Crabill .................. 3 1 0 3 Charles ................. 3 006 Clarke .................. i 2 1 4 White ................... 3 2 1 .28 13 18 69 Totals , 1 6 Craghead ............... 33 Jarnagin ................ 4 Shriwise ................ l 8 2 . 28 14 16 60 Totals 19 6 20 44 3 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 5 6

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