Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana on October 21, 1972 · Page 15
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ANMMON DAILY IUUITIH Willoughby XC champ ; . ' ' ·?· · '.'···^^.·.. . W- . . - · · · . . · : · . . . · . . · · ' ; · · · · . : : . · : · . . : · By DON CRONIN Bulletin SporU Editor PENDLETON - For M i k e Willoughby. it was the reaching of a goal, a dream come true! The little. Lapel distance ace romped hoine in front of the pack to win the .high school cross country sectional Friday afternoon at chilly, · ' " Idlewcld Golf Course, Willoughby l e d Wapahani's Keith Foreman to the wire by about 20 yards to win In 12:27.3 for bhe 2tt-mile distance. P e n d l e t o n Heights! Greg Crosley took third followed by Dan Hubler of Madison Heights and Tony Mathews of Muncie Central. Muncie North took 'the team title with Anderson s e c o n d , Pendleton Heights third and Lapel fourth. These r u n n e r s and teams qualify for the regional m e e t next Saturday morning at Richmond. The Titans were wrapping up their second sectional title of the fall having copped the tennis title earlier. Willoughby was adding to his list of launli. the towheaded senior his won the White River Conference cross country title three consecutive years and has won the mile run in track twice, He was also unbeaten in dual meets as a senior and lost only wind-swept once in ihe past two seasons, "This time I r e a l l y f e l t great," said a smiling Willoughby as he shed hi* running shoes quickly after the race. "I really felt like I could go as far and as fast as I wanted. I never got tired, not* bit." Willoughby ran in a pack with Crosley, Foreman and Matihews for the first mile and a half. Then it was a Steady kick for home as he grabbed the title which had eluded him t w i c e before. He finished sixth and second in two previous sectionals. The Indians finished behind the Titans as Ron Land pulled down seventh spot, Kurt Floyd 11-th and DeWayne Allen 23rd. Ted Persing gave the Indians added punch with his 27th-place finish and teammate Charles Jones wasn't far behind in 30th. Crosley, finishing third for the second straight year, led the Arabs (o third place. Greg Ititz was 16th, Mike Schcnck 25t'h, S t e v e Schug 26th and Mike Davis 40th for the Pendleton Heights crew. Willoughby, Foreman, ey, Dan Hubler of Madison Heights and Tony Mathews of Muncie Central rounded out the -op five and all will advance to -the regional meet at Richmond next Saturday. Hubler led the Pirates with a fourth-place finish and team- male Elmer Martin, who closei strongly at. the end of the sea son, took ninth. 1. Willoughby (LI; 2. Forcmal ( W l i 3,. Crosley (PH)i 4. D. Huble (MH); I. Mstliisws (MC): 8. Me CleUan (MN); 7. Land (A); 8. J Sherman (MN); 9, MarUn (MH) 10. Lloyd (B): U.'Flosd (A); 12 T. Sherman .(MN); 13. Jacuk (MNI 14. Jei'abor (MS);'13'. Voyles (D); 18. Hllz CPU): 17. Smoot (D)| 1» . MoCllnlock («: 10. Pwswater (Li C rn ,. 20. Fletcher (W); 21. Gro« (Bl, If 05 22. JarolesorrlMC); a..Allen (A) 24. B. Moreno (HI: 23. Sohenck IPH); 2». 3ehU6 (PH); 27. Persing A); 28. TOJC (D): 29. Ratliff (D), 30. Jones (A); 31. Tarvln (D; 32 Carroll (PH); 33. L. Moreno (R) 34. C, HUbler (MH); 35. Duncarr (MC); s«. Meredith (MH); 38. Jett C); 28. Faulkner (D); 40. Davis PH); 41. Bonn (N); 42. Caplinger 'A); 43. HaTtfhbarger (Y); 44. Stan. ey (MS); 45. Kelley (MN); 46. Gwlmvup (MB); HI, Blischer (HH); By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Anderson 21, Laftyettc JeH 12 Highland 49, Shenandoah 2fl Miincis North IT, Madison Heights o Alexandria 42, Blackford 34 Elwood 33, Pendleton Heights 1 Delta 26, Frankton 6 Madison-Grant 57, Southwood 0 Mount Vcraon 12, New Pales tine 6 Yorktown 40, Wes-Del 14 Beech Grove 32, Greenfield 31 Beimont 27, Angola 14 Bluffion 36, Norwell 14 Brazil 47, Linton 7 Bremen 20, Concord t Brookville 19, Cambridge City 14 Cart-oil (Carroll) 32, Clinton Prairie 10 , . Canmel 28, Noblesville 14 Cascade 7, Cloverdalc 6 Centerville 13, Knightstown 12 Clarksville 50, Madison 14 Clarksv'lle Providence 46, Bedford 0 Crawfordsville 56, Frankfort 13 , Culver Military 28, St. Jo- ieph, Mich. 21 Garrett 36, South Adams 6 Danville 40, Mooresville 8 East Chicago Roosevelt 34, Whiting 6 Eastern 33, Cass 13 East Gary 56, GriffMi 0 East Noble 26, DeKalb 12 Edgewood 63, South Putnam 0 Elkhart Memorial 27, Goshen « Evansville Memorial 15, Jasper 0 Evansv'lle North 28, Terre Haute North 3 Evansville Reitz 31, Evansville Mater. Dei 13 Fairfield 30, Northridge 0 Fort Brancli 37, Petersburg 0 Fort Wayne North 19, Fort Wayne Concordia 13 Fort Wayne Snider 3, Elkhart Central 0 Fort. Wayne Wayne 28, Heritage 22 Gary Andvean 10, Gary Wirt « Gary Amerson 39, Gary Mann 6 Glenn 14, Knox 12 Greenwood 30, Franklin Central 15 Hammond 49, East Chicago Washington 8 Hammond Clark 16, Hammond Tech 12 Hammond Morton 16, Hammond Gavit 0 Hammond Noll 12, Gary Wallace 0 Harrison (Tippecanoe) 28, Delphi o Heritage Hills 34, Owensville 6 · · · · " · · Highland 30, Calumet 6 Homestead 23, Northficld 12 Huntington 52, Fort Wayne Eltnhurst 8 Indpls. Brebeuf 20, Indpls. Shortridge 0 Indpls. Cathedral 14, Indpls. Broad Ripple 6 Indpls. Howe 21, Warren Central 14 . . Indpls. Manual 28, Southport 0 . . ; Indpls; Roncaili 21, Indpls. Marshall 0 Indpls. Tech 20, Indpls. At- tuoks 0 Indpls. Washington 44, Indpls. 13 ' Jeffersonvill* 40, Columbus North 7 Jimlown 58, Hamilton 0 Kankakee CentraJ 14 CINCINNATI (AP) - Pete Rose was pelted with oranges, apples, tomatoes and eggs by Oakland baseball fans. He answered them with a home run, ;ame winning single, and two fine defensive plays, "There must be a guy out jhere (left field stands) who owns * vegetable store," said Valley 19, South Rose after his Jutting and fielding keyed a 5-4 Cincinnati victo- 13 --,, -- ^ _______________ Kokomo 32, Muncie Central P/ovw""the"dafcland""AtWete "Let's face it the only super t ' n a in the fifth game of the World pitchers I've feced are Bob Series Friday. Kokomo Haworth 36, Muncie South 6 Lafayette Catholic Wayne South 21 Lake Central 44, Lowell 7 LaVille 8, No* Judson 0 Lawrenceburg 40, . Norlh Dearborn 6 Lawrence Central 39, Ben Davis 8 Lebanon 27, Brownsburg 21 Marion 47, New Castle 21 Martinsville 32, Connersville 32, Fort the A's 21-game winner, Jim "Catfish" Hunter wasn't a super pitcher. He was described Merrillville 25, Hobart 7 Michigan City Rogers 34 Chesterton 24 Mishawaka Marian 37, South Bend Clay 14 Mishawaka 15, Hagerslown 12 Mount Vernon (Posey) 16 Castle 14 Minister 21, Crown Point 15 New Haven 43, Columbia City New Prairie 21, North Liber ly 6 North Central (Marion) 16 Indpls. Arlington 0 North Central (Sullivan) 28 Olinton 8 North Decatur 20, Columibus East 0 North Knox 46, Sullivan 0 N o r t h Montgomery 40 Waimwright 7 Nor* Posey 40, Wood Memorial 8 North Putnam 18, Owen Valley 8 Northwestern 43, Tri Central 13 , Oak Hill 16, Western 6 Peru 41, Maconaquah 8 Plainfldd 49, Avon 0 Portage 21, River Forest 0 Portland 29, Easftrook 7 Prairie Heights 36, Wawasee Prep 22 Rensselaer 13, North Newton 12, 2 overtimes Richmond 33, Logansport 0 Rochester'36, Nonthwood 6 South Bend Adams 30, South Bend Riley o.' South Bend La'Saile 41, Penn 20 South Decatur 21, Aurora 14 South Spencer 18, Southridge 0 Southmont 35, Covington 15 Smtttowstern (Tippecanoe) 35 Clinton -Central 0 Speedway 21, Pike 0 .tell City 14, Princeton 0 Terre Haute Schulte 3 ranked teams lose first game By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Three teams ranked in the ·top 20 of The Associated Plress Indiana high school football poll tasted bitter defeat for the first time this season Friday nigit. In the top upset, unranked Indianapolis Brebeuf beat fourth- ranked Indianapolis Shortridge 20-0 as Pat Hanley kicked field goals of 34 and 23 yards and defensive back Brian Rcjbinson Greencastle 7 14, Terre Hatte South 27, West Vigo 6 . Thorntown M, Sheridan 0 Tipton 28, Taylor 6 Triton 42, North Miami 6 Turkey Run 14, Dugger 6 Union City 13, Winchester 7 Valparaiso 24, Plymouth 22 Warsaw 24, Wabash 6 Wawasee 40, Manchester 0 West. Lafayette 36, Iiidpls. Wood'O Westvitle, HI. 42. Rockville 14 Whiteland 28, Decatur Central 7 , . White's Institute 54, Antwerp, Ohio 14 Winamac 32, Twin Lakes 7 Woodlan 26, Leo 6 Zi'onsviH« 64, Ind. Deaf Schools We're Out to Getcha (to be our guest) KINGS INN MOTEL Rose shrugs off misunderstaiiding with hero effort in print as arrogant, a boor, and "one of those Cincinnati crew-cut creeps." Rose, who in 10-years as a major league outfielder has earned -the tag of "Charlie Hustle," says the war with the A's rooters is really a 'misunderstanding. "Some guy asked me if Hunter was a super pitcher and I said 'no,' " R o s e explained. Gibson and Sandy Koufax. Just Rose became the target of Oakland fans after he said that ran back an interception 82 yards to pace the Braves. The loss was the first in eight games for Shontridge and only its second in two years. Bre- beuf is 6-2. Also falling after 7-0 starts were No. 9 Hobart and No. 16 Plymouth. Merrillville surprised Hobart 25-7 and Valparaiso upended Plymouth 24-22. Dale Brooks scored twice for Menrillvile as it came from a 7-0 deficit to defeat the Brickies. And Gus Stokes, son of Valpo Coach Tom Stokes, kicked a 37-yard field goal to lead his team. On the winning side, No. 2 In : dianapolis Washington bombed city rival Northwest 44-0 to fans' actions." raise its record to 8-0. Ron Hayes scored twice for tlhe Continentals, on a 26-yard run'and a three-yard run. The game was 0-0 at the end of .the first period, but Washington exploded for 30 points in toe second. Vincent Allen raced 95 yards for a touchdown with the opening fcickoff and No. 3 Richmond went on to a 33-0 triumph over Logansport. Richmond, loser only to top-ranked Bloomington South in eight games, also got a pair of touchdown pass receptions from tight end Marty Lundy- Tenth-ranked Mishawaka Mariam, coming off its finst loss of ihe season, whacked South Bend Clay 37-14. Quarterback Bill Swanson went 64 yards for a touchdown on the fourth play of the game and Nick Barnes zipped 56 yards on Marian's next offensive play to get the SCnig(hts off to a quick start. Barnes later added a second score on a four-yard run. like I would say that Juan Maricfcal and Tom Beaver are good pitchers, so is Hunter. He's not super." Rose went on: "If someone asked Hunter if I was a super hitter, he'd say no, because I'm not. The only super hitters I've seen are BHly Williams and Roberto Clemente." Rose said the abuse in the series samies played at Oakland was so 'bad, he sent his wife, Carolyn, to sit in the stands at Thursday night's game to hear it. "Shs couldn't believe (he names they were calling me," said Rose, who added that nobody in the stands realized it was Mrs. Rose sitting in their midst. "She (Mrs Rose) said to me after fee game, 'I don't know how you stand it." The 31-year-old Rose, a Tint tive of Cincinnati, who has hit :300 or better eight straight seasons, said of the vegetable, fruit and egg throwing, "fortunately the guys throwing hat anus as bad as mine! I wasn'1 hit. The field was so soft that I picked un one egg unbroken and handed it to Ted KIus- zewski (Reds' coach)." Ross tried to make his peace with the Oakland fans as he left for the sixth game at Cincinnati. "I don't blame *hem," said the steel-nerved outfielder. "They're great fans and they're rootins; for their ball club.- And one girl from Sacramento telephoned me to apologize for the Rose was one for. IS p)ing into the fifth game Friday, which ment, orompted him to com- 'if someone calls me a bum after that I'm not going to get mad. I'd been a bum." Rose, whose home run on the firat pitch of the game gave Cincinnati a brief lead, disclosed he and Oakland catcher Gene Tenace had a little debate in the seventh inning. Hcme- olate umpire Bob Engel called two balls on Rose, and Tenace pro*ested. "I was mad," said Rose. "The pitches were balls, so I said to the umipire, 'Give him an indicator if he wants to ump.' Tenace told me to 'swing the bat.' I guess he (Tenace) was just trying to do his job." Rose's big hit came in the ninth inning, when with runners at first and second, he sinaled io center scoring the game-winning ron. Bowling, 35c at RAINS Reolizing a dream Bob Key lapel's Mike Willoughby .heads for the tape in winning form Friday as he captured individual honors in the Pendleton Heights cross country sectional at Idlewold golf course. Willaughby outdistanced Wapahani's Keith Foreman to the wire by 20 yards for a time of 12:27.3. 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