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C4 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1996 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL Ell-Saline runs over Moundridge SALINE COUNTY STATS PflCK Statistics from Friday's county high school games Craig Augustine runs for 285 yards, scores 5 touchdowns in victory By ERIC BROWN The Satina Journal BROOKVILLE — Craig Augustine made his Homecoming unforgettable Friday night. In addition to being a king candidate, the senior quarterback scored five touchdowns, ran for 285 yards, completed 5 of 10 passes for 71 yards and returned a kick 40 yards in leading Ell- Saline to a 53-7 trouncing of Moundridge. "Craig is a real special player," Ell-Saline coach Chris Barkley said. "He has speed when he gets into the open field. Tonight, he threw really well. He found the secondary receivers and made some good decisions. The line did a nice job of picking up the blitz." Despite the 2-1 record, it became evident early that the Wildcat defense was outmanned. The Cardinals had runs of 3, 15, 10, 13 and 3 before Augustine scored from a yard out. Moundridge was effective liieii opunrti throwing the ball HIGH SCHOOL early. Quarter- Moundrldge 7 back Ryan Ell-Saline 53 Neufeld hooked up with Vonn Durst for key completions of 12 and 32 yards. However, with the Wildcats threatening, Nuefeld was picked off at the 5-yard line by Nate Martin. On the next play, Augustine broke free for a 90-yard TD run. Younger brother J.R. Augustine joined in diving in from a yard out on the.next possession and the route was on at 19-0 with 1:29 left in the opening quarter. "It was another good win for us," Barkley said. "Moundridge has a fairly good team. I don't care what the scores are now, we know what's ahead of us and we need to be sharp and much more intense." The 4-0 Cardinals, who took a 26-0 halftime lead, were dominating on defense: They held Moundridge to 73 yards rushing on 42 carries. The Wildcats had just nine rushing yards in the first half. "Defensively, we played well," Barkley said. "We've basically played the same defense the last four years and we've made some changes so we have some breakdowns occasionally." Ell-Saline lost four fumbles in the contest and when it lost the ball on its 30-yard line on the opening possession in the third quarter, the Wildcats had the short field to work with. The result was the first touchdown of the season scored against the Cardinal defense in the first three quarters. Leading 26-7, Ell-Saline's next possession ended In another fumble. Moundridge moved the ball to the Cardinal 36-yard line, but Ell- Saline held on downs. A 12-play, 66-yard drive followed, chewing up seven minutes and giving the Cardinals a commanding 33-7 lead on a James Anderes 2-yard score with just under eight minutes to play. "The defense always seems to make big plays," Barkley said. "We have good athletes and sometimes we might give up some yards but when it really matters they come up big. We have a lot of seniors and that makes a difference when the game is on the line." HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL RESOLTS KENSINGTON 54, TIPTON « Tlplon (1-3) 0 0 6 x - 6 Kensington 8 23 14 x - 54 Tlplon - Hollertch 8 pass from Tonne. Kensington - Engelke (4) 25,14, 28, 4 runs; Yoxall 8 run; Beckman 33 pass tram Beariey. PAT - Yoxall 4 i runs; Beariey run. WILSON 44, LUCAS-LURAY 20 ; Lucas-Luray (2-2) 6 6 8 0-20 , Wilson (4-0) 0 24 6 14 - 44 Lucas-Luray - TJ.Palmer (3) 1, 1, 2 runs. PAT - T.J.Palmer run. Wilson - Soukup (5) 10,5,15 passes from Pasek, 10, 75 runs; Kasper 12 pass from Pasek. PAT - Soukup 2 passes from Pasek; Kasper pass from Pasek; Mog run. HILL CITY 31, PLAINVILLE 29 ; Hill City (2-2) 14 7 7 3-31 Plalnville (2-2) 0 13 8 8-29 Hill City - Abel 45 pass from Jackson; Rlley 4 run; Jackson (2) 1, 10 runs. PAT - Tale* 4 kicks; 35 field goal. Plalnville - Shubert (2) 13 run, 13 pass from Anderson; LaDuke (2) 3,5 runs. PAT - Zabokrtsky pass from Anderson, Clapp kick, Ross run, TESCOTT 36, SOLOMON 12 Tescott (2-2) 8 22 6 0 - 36 Solomon (1-2) 6 0 6 0-12 > Tescott -Dotting (2) 5,1 runs; Rider 54 run; Phelps 3 ' run; Anderson 63 run. PAT - Getting 3 runs. Solomon - Neaderhlser (2) 6,13 runs. i CENTRE 55, WHITE CITY 7 i Centre (4-0) 36 14 x x - 55 1 White Clty(0-4) 0 7 X x - 7 | Centre - Stelner (3) 24 pass from Hanschu, 46 Run, | 50 Punt return; Castillo 18 run; Uttlng 13 pass from Hanschu; Hanschu 49 run; Plett 14 pass from Hanschu. i PAT - Blna 3 kicks; Hanschu run, Stelner pass from 1 Hanschu. | White City - Coons 75 klckoff return. PAT - Hammer, smith kick. MANKATO 50, NORTH CENTRAL 0 Mankato • 38 12 x x - 50 , North Central 0 0 x x - 0 < Mankato - Qarman (3) 46, 45, 20 passes from Beck; 1 Dauner (2) 70, 35 punt returns; Osbome 2 run; Loomls |2 run; PAT - Osbome 3 runs; Qarman run. ! SYLVAN 52, CHASE 6 Chase 0800-8 Sylvan 14 24 14 0 - 52 Chase - Link 10 pass from Alexander. PAT - Stam .run. < Sylvan - Welse (2) 13,49 runs; Keller 9 run; Frederk- >lng 3 run, Cheney 23 fumble recovery; W.Meltler 10 ' pass from C.Meltler; D.Meltler 39 pass from C.Meltler. ' PAT - C.Meltler 3 runs; Cheney pass from C.Meltler; Chney pass from Welse. THIPLAINS 60, TRIBUNE 12 Tribune (2-2) 0 0 6 6-12 Triplalns (4-0) 14 14 20 12 - 60 Tribune - Mangan 15 run; Rocha 20 run. Triplalns - D.Wright (7) 63,16, 28, 30, 8, 6, 52 runs; Trent Wright 70 klckoff return; Troy Wright 5 run. PAY .Latham 2 runs; D.Wright run. LINN 56, ST. MARYS ACADEMY 0 St. Marys Academy 0 0 x x - 0 Unn 36 20 x x - 56 ; Unn - Ohlde (4) 3,14, 8, 38 runs; Voelker (2) 13, 49 i pass Irom Hlltgen; Peters 15 run; Meier 4 run. PAT - 1 Ohlde 3 runs; Peters pass from Hlltgen. LINCOLN 28, OTIS-BISON 0 Otis-Bison (3-1) 0000-0 i Lincoln (1-3) 14 6 8 0-28 1 Lincoln - Hortlng (3) 70, 5, 5 runs; Qebhart 10 run. , PAT - Abell run; Obemiueller pass from Gebhart. PIKE VALLEY 54, WHITE ROCK 6 1 Pike Valley 22 14 6 12 - 54 | White Rock 0060-6 , Pike Valley - Burgess (3) 30,71,71 runs; Brzon 8 run; i Qlle (2) 26,41 runs; Heltme 6 run; Fredrickson 10 pass i from Qlle. PAT - Qlle run; Brzon 2 runs. 1 White Rock - Klndler 6 run. SMITH CENTER 60, OSBORNE 6 Smith Center 32 614 8-60 Osbome 0600-6 Smith Center - Depperschmldt (4) 80,39,40 runs, 65 fumble return; Ramrlez (2) 9, 29 runs; Barta 8 run; Maxwell 1 run; Safety. PAT - Stewart 2 runs; Barta pass from Phelps; Ramrlez run; Scott pass from King. Osbome - Smith 90 fumble return. CANTON-GALVA 64, PEABODY 0 Peabody(1-3) 0000-0 Canton-Qalva(1-3) 21 22 21 0 - 64- Canton-Galva - Hoppes (2) 2, 43 runs; Moran (2) 3, 43 runs; Pavlovlch (3) 4, 30, 23 runs; Koehn 30 pass from Hoppes; Nelson 28 pass from Hoppes. PAT Hoppes 6 kicks; Nelson run. NORTON 19, TREGO 7 Trego (2-2) 0070-7 Norton (4-0) 0 6 6 7-19 Trego - Schuster 2 run. PAT - Schneider kick. Norton - Williams (2) 5, 4 runs; Jacobs 24 pass from Cox. PAT - Cox kick. CLIFTON-CLYDE 30, BELLEVILLE 22 Belleville 0 6 14 2-22 Clifton-Clyde 8 6 8 8-30 Belleville - Wiley (2) 23 pass from Navls, 82 kick off return; Navls 15 run; safety. PAT - Poole pass from Navls. Clifton-Clyde - LeClalr (3) 30, 20, 33 runs; Hayne 30 Interception return. PAT- Stelnbrock run; Bechard pass from Stelnbrock; Beeson pass from Stelnbrock. BENNINGTON 28, HOPE 20 Hope 6 6 B 0-20 Bennington 6 6 8 8-28 Hope - Jacobson (2) 60 run, 25 pass from Riedy; McMahan 10 pass Rledy. PAT - Lister pass from Rledy. Bennington - Morgan (3) 4, 1, 7 runs; Bruce 41 run. PAT - Morgan 2 runs. MANHATTAN 41, MAIZE 0 Maize 0000-0 Manhattan 7 7 13 14 - 41 Manhattan - Voos (2) 94 Interception return, 38 pass from Oleenm; Nash (2) 5, 21 runs; White 28 pass from Oleen; Wilson 2 run. PAT - Spire 5 kicks. BELOIT 30, ELLSWORTH 6 Ellsworth 0006-6 Belolt 8 22 0 0-30 Ellsworth - Kueser 1 run. Beloit - Lange (2) 1, 4 runs; Heldrlck 1 run; Luke 76 pass from Heldrlck. PAT - Heldrlck run; Isbell pass from Heldrick, run. GOODLAND 24, ATWOOD 21 (ot) Qoodland 0 0 14 7 3-24 Atwood 7 14 0 0 0-21 Qoodland - J.T.Burk (3) 29, 87, 76 runs; Hall 17 fg. PAT - Hall 3 kicks. Atwood - Luedke 61 Interception return; Nelson 24 pass from Miller; Blrdsell 16 pass from Miller. PAT Sane Rasmesson 3 kicks. MARION 12, CHASE COUNTY 6 Marlon 0 6 0 6-12 Chase County 0600-6 Marion - Craft 4 run; Williams 3 run. Chase County - Magathan 6 pass from Scott. McPHERSON 19, HUTCHINSON 0 Hutchlnson 0000-0 McPherson 0 7 6 6-19 McPherson - Penn 19 pass from Powell; Schroeder 1 run; Marcellino 72 Interception return. PAT _ Hoover kick. LYONS 21, SMOKY VALLEY 14 Smoky Valley 0 7 7 0-14 Lyons 14 0 7 0-21 Smoky Valley - Nelson 7 run; LeRoy 7 run. PAT - Anderson 2 kicks. Lyons - Davis (2) 66, 90 runs; Frost 7 pass from Alt Valor. PAT - Alt Valor 3 kicks. SJ BELOIT 64, SSOUTHERN CLOUD 46 SoutherruCloud 0 8 18 20 - 46 SJ Belolt 22 8 22 12 - 64 Southern Cloud - Wyatt (3) 6,36,18 runs; B.Darnall 5 run; Pacey (2) 30 Interception return, 4 pass from Coppie; Copple 6 run. PAT - McClellan run; E.Damall run. SJ Belolt - Nlewald (3) 35, 17 runs, 15 blocked punt return; Butke (3) 23, 25, 40 runs; Scherman (2) 15, 43 passes from Brown; Brown 2 run. PAT - Schwerman 2 passes from Brown; Butke pass from Brown; Brown run; Nlewald run. HEALY 34, GOLDEN PLAINS 0 Qolden Plains 0000-0 Healy 8 6 6 14 - 34 Wilson (3) 32, 2,15 passes from Cramer; Heln 2 run; Stephens 3 run. PAT - Wilson pass from Cramer; Bourquin pass from Cramer. STOCKTON 38, ELLIS 12 Ellis 0 6 0 6-12 Stockton 0 12 16 0-28 Ellis - King (2) 77 kick off return, 8 run. Stockton - Wagner 23 run; VanEaton (3) 1,8,23 runs. PAT - VanEaton run; Dlx pass from McReynolds. HANSTON 62, INGALLS 36 Ingalls 6 14 8 8-36 Hanston 14 14 14 20 - 62 Ingalls - Schmidt (2) 1, 2 runs; Frack 50 pass from Schmidt; Parros 16 pass from Schmidt; Toomey 35 run. PAT - Frack run; Benton pass from Schmidt; Toomey run. Hanston - Smith (6) 2, 1, 3, 1, 7, 2 runs; Cure (2) 2 run, 7 pass Interception return; Harm fumble recovery In end zone. PAT - Smith 2 runs, pass from Cure; Hahn pass from Cure. HERINGTON 19, REMINGTON 12 Remington (0-4) 0 6 0 6-12 Herlngton (2-2) 0 13 0 6-19 Remington - Ryan (2) 3,3 runs. Herington - Lawrenz 4 pass from Floyd; Beavers 3 run; Ortiz 60 pass from Floyd. PAT - Corona kick. MINNEAPOLIS 41, CLAY CENTER 40 (2ot) Minneapolis (2-2) 12 8 0 6 8 7-41 Clay Center (1-3) 14 6 0 6 8 6 - 40 Minneapolis - Harris (2) 14, 4 runs; Pleschl (2) 1,1 runs; Johnson 14 run; Wallace 89 klckoff return. PAT Harris run; Wallace run; Parks kick. Clay Center - Pflzenmaler (3) 30,35 runs, 67 klckoff return; LJby 17 run; Fllcklnger 3 run; Henry 3 run. PAT Cameron 2 kicks; Para pass from Henry. Scores Scores of games played Friday: Andale 21, Valley Center 14 Arkansas City 35, Newton 14 Ashland 44, Meade 40 Atchlson County 31, Royal Valley 17 Baxter Springs 40, SE Cherokee 0 Belolt 30, Ellsworth 6 BV North 21, Shawnee Heights 7 BV Northwest 36, BV Stllwell 6 BV Randolph 51, Bern 6 Burrton 60, Attica 14 Canton-Galva 64, Peabody 0 Central Christian 60, Macksville 12 Central Heights 41, Marmaton Valley 25 Centre 55, White City 7 Chaparral 14, Circle 0 Claflln 62, Qreensburg 0 Clifton-Clyde 30, Belleville 22 Coldwater 50, Havlland 26 Cunningham 36, Argonla 12 Dlghton22. Bucklln 13 Douglass 27, Belle Plalne 21 Eldon, Mo. 25, Columbus 14 Elkhart 14, Cimarron7 Ell-Saline 53, Moundridge 7 Emporla 17, Topeka Seaman 7 Eureka 14, Yates Center 6 Fredonla 36, Neodesha 12 Frontenac 40, NE Arma 6 Garden City 43, Hays 14 Garden Plain 12, Medicine Lodge 0 Glrard 48, Caney 0 Goessel 63, Hutchlnson Trinity 14 Goodland 24, Atwood 21 (ot) Halstead 28, Haven 7 Hanover 50, Axtell 28 Hanston 62, Ingalls 36 Healy-UIIca 34, Qolden Plains 0 Hebron, Neb. 42, Valley Heights 16 Herington 19, Remington 12 Hemdon 56, Bethune, Colo. 16 HesstonIO, Nlckerson6 Highland 21, Oskaloosa 7 Hill City 31, Plalnville 29 Hlllcrest 70, Baileyvllle 40 Holslngton 33, Lamed 0 Holcomb 32, Syracuse 6 Holton 29, Hiawatha 23 Immaculate 14, Basehor-Unwood 12 Inman 19, SedgwIckB Jackson Heights 45, Horton 0 Jeff North 40, Pleasant Ridge 6 Kensington 54, Tlpton 6 Labette County 20, Independence 19 LaCrosse 35, Falrtleld 0 Lakln29, Hugoton 16 Lansing 30, Tonganoxle 7 Lawrence 14, SM West 7 Lebo 55, Burllngame 12 Liberal 55, Dodge City 20 Lincoln 28, Otis-Bison 0 Unn 56, St. Marys Academy 0 Little River 58, Olathe Christian 26 Loulsburg 17, Qardner-Edgerton 3 Lyons 21, Smoky Valley 14 Manhattan 41, Maize 0 Mankato 50, North Central 0 Marion 12, Chase County 6 Marysvllle 36, Concordla 18 McPherson 19, Hutchlnson 0 Midway Denton 32, DeKalb, Mo. 20 Minneapolis 41, Clay Center 40 (2ot) Minneoia 40, Jetmore 36 Mulvane 2Q, Klngman 6 Ness City 34, Ellinwood18 Nemaha Valley 28, Maur Hill 7 North Andrew, Mo. 71, Elwood 6 Norton 19, Trego 7 Norwich 54, Pretty Prairie 8 Obertln 36, Hoxle 21 Olathe North 22, SM Northwest 0 Olpe 35, Central Burden 7 Onaga 53, Washington 41 Ottawa 28, KC Ward 15 Paola 20, Wellsvllle 8 Perry-Leoompton 20, DeSoto 18 Pike Valley 54, White Rock 6 Pratt 40, Clearwater 0 Protection 15, Pawnee Heights 8 QuMra Heights 62, Stafford 28 Rlley County 26, Troy 21 Rock Creek 44, Northern Heights 0 Rolla60, Spearvllle12 Rossvllle 60, Mission Valley 0 Sabetha 36, Jeff West 0 St. John 32, Kinsley 12 SJ Military 46, Wakefield 0 St. Paul 28, Elk Valley 12 St. Thomas Aquinas 19, SM Mlege 7 Sallna Central 17, Junction City 14 Sallna Sacred Heart 28, Council Grave 6 Santa Fe Trail 33, KC Piper 13 Satanta 28, South Gray 26 Sharon Springs 54, Quinter 7 Sliver Lake 20, Wabaunsee 0 Smith Center 60, Osbome 6 South Barber 53, Pratt Skyline 30 SE Saline 37, Russell 0 Spring Hill 41, Prairie View 27 Stanton County 38, SW Heights 27 Sterling 55, Cheney 13 Stockton 38, Ellis 12 Tescott 36, Solomon 12 Thayer 38, Wllllamsburg 28 Topeka High 28, Sallna South 7 Topeka Washbum Rural 42, Topeka Hayden 20 Topeka'West 18, Topeka Highland Park 0 Triplalns 60, Tribune 12 Ulysses 42, Scott City 7 Unlontown 37, Jayhawk Unn 19 Wamego 48, Abilene 6 Wathena 37, Valley Falls 8 Waveriy 20, Madison 6 Wichita Collegiate 35, Hlllsboro 12 Wichita South 19, Great Bend 12 Wilson 44, Lucas-Luray 20 Wlnfleld 35, Wichita Campus 14 T PRO FOOTBALL NOTES Expansion teams making impact iln just their second year, [Panthers, Jaguars have | been quite competitive By TOM SILVERSTEIN | The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel i 1 More than a few people around I the National Football League have ! a bone to pick with commissioner ;Paul Tagliabue, but the 1995 ex- ipansion teams like him just fine. 1 When Tagliabue promised the i Carolina and Jacksonville fran- ; chises that they wouldn't have to I wait five years to be competitive, i he was true to his word. The sys- Item created for both teams to ac- i quire talent has proved to be a ) tremendous success. ; The Jacksonville Jaguars are 1>3 but have been competitive in all I their games, being outscored this ] season by a total of nine points. |, But it's the Carolina Panthers .1 who have used the system to maximum benefit. They are atop the i NFC West Division with a 3-0 | record, including a 23-7 victory " i Sunday over San Francisco at Er! lesson Stadium. I In little more than a year and a 'half, the Panthers have assembled 'the kind of talent that could earn them a winning record in just their second season. How have they done it? Well, 1 they've built a base of quality vet! erjfinf through free agency and the ! expansion draft and complement; ed jj with use of 20 extra draft 'cMceis they've been granted since The Panthers and Jaguars received one of the top two picks in each of the seven rounds in the 1995 draft as well as an additional pick at the end of each round. In the '96 draft, both teams received one additional pick in the third, fourth and fifth rounds and two in the sixth and seventh rounds. Among the starters the Panthers landed with those picks are quarterback Kerry Collins, running back Tshimanga Biakabutu- ka, tackle Blake Brockermeyer, guard Frank Garcia, cornerback Tyrone Poole and kick returner Winslow Oliver. Neither Seattle nor Tampa Bay was given the same kind of tools with which to build a franchise when they joined the league in 1976. Aside from a dispersal draft, they received only eight additional picks in the second through fifth rounds their first year. Most importantly for the Sea- hawks and Buccaneers, there was no free agency, which has allowed the Panthers and Jaguars to avoid the growing pains that dogged the cities of Seattle and Tampa Bay. In two off-seasons, Carolina general manager Bill Polian has signed 13 unrestricted free agents, all of whom have at least four years in the league. Ten of those players will start Sunday against Jacksonville, including seven on a defense that ranks second in the league in points allowed. Among the big names that have been brought in are cornerback Eric Davis, linebacker Kevin Greene, linebacker Sam Mills, tight end Wesley Walls, linebacker Lamar Lathon and defensive end Mike Fox. "I like the composition of our team," said Carolina coach Dom Capers, who has directed the team to a record of 10-9 in its short existence. Sore spot Quarterback Steve Young's groin injury is causing some controversy in San Francisco, where coach George Seifert has decided to go with backup Elvis Grbac against Atlanta. Faced with the possibility of the injury being a season-long aggravation, Seifert hopes to get it taken care of right away. There's even a chance he'll sit Young out the next week against St. Louis. None of this sits well with Young. "This is a coach's decision," Young said. "He felt I needed to be 100 percent to protect myself in and out of the pocket. I felt healthy enough last week and went out there and performed and got through it. "I'd love to get another shot at it. The big picture is not the player's perspective." Second chance Opinions are split on whether former Pittsburgh Steelers running back Bam Morris should be allowed to return to action this year after receiving a Six-week drug suspension. The Baltimore Ravens' opinion is that they need a running back y Sallna Central 17 Junction City 14 GAME IN STATS SC JC First downs 22 9 Rushes-yards 61-324 35-210 Passing yards ' 48 0 Gomp-atMnt - - 4-9-1 - 1-9-1 Tot. plays-yds 70-372 44-210 Fumbles-lost 1-0 1-1 Penalties-yards 3-15 5-32 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHINQ: SC: Wallace 42-189, Schwab 6-37, Huseman 11-83, Just 2-15. JC: Jordan 21-160, Hernandez 8-16, Rathers 2-18, Walker 6-16. PASSING: SC: Huseman 4-9-1 48. JC: Hernandez 18-1 0, Russell 0-1-00. RECEIVING: SC: Just 1 -15, Schwab 2-11, Lamone 1 22. JC: Jordan 1-0. PUNTING: SC: Schwab 1-30.0. JC: Lugo 5-26.5. SCORINQ SUMMARY Sallna Central 7 3 0 7-17 Junction City 7700-14 First Quarter SC-Wallace 3 run (Schom kick), 2:59 JC-Oordan 25 run (Barnes kick), 0:10 Second Quarter JC-Jordan 36 run (Barnes kick), 11:29 SC-Schom 27 FG, 0:00 Fourth Quarter SC-Lamone 22 pass from Huseman (Schom kick), 3:55 Topeka High 28, Sallna South 7 GAME IN STATS TH S3 First downs 17 10 Rushes-yards 48-194 26-116 Passing yards 148 63 Comp-Att-Int 10-17-0 6-15-3 Total plays-yards 65-342 179 Fumbles-lost 0-0 3-2 Penalltles-yards 10-84 2-19 Punts-Avg 2-32.0 3-30 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING — TH: Watklns 6-21, Wheeler 29-130, Winter 11-40, Hernandez 1-(-1), Beck 1-4. SS: Ross 11-56, Kee 9-36, Porter 6-24. PASSING — TH: Watkins 10-17-194-0. SS: Kee 615-63-3. RECEIVING — TH: Fulton 8-86, Carter 1-54, Horton 1-(-2). SS: Squires 2-21, Thrower 4-32. PUNTING — TH: Lundberg 2-32.0. SS: Butler 330.0. SCORING SUMMARY Topeka High 714 0 7-28 Sallna South 7000-7 Flnt Quarter TH — Carter 54 pass from Watklns (Worswlck kick), 9:06 SS — Ross 33 run (Butler kick), 7:36 Second Quarter TH — Wheeler 1 run (Worswlck kick), 5:39 TH — Fulton 13 pass from Watklns (Worswlck kick), 1:26 Fourth Quarter TH — Wheeler 2 run (Worswlck kick), 2:04 SE-Sallne 37, Russell 0 GAME IN STATS R SE First downs 6 23 Rushes-yards 30-65 44-276 Passing yards 37 183 Com-Att-Int 2-9-2 10-16-0 Total offense 39-102 60-459 Fumbles-lost 1-0 4-1 Punts-average 7-33.8 2-36.0 Penalties-yards 4-30 9-95 INDIVIDUAL RUSHING - RUSSELL: Hoss 8-(-8), Raymer3-8, Ewers 15-90, Mai 3-4, Team 1-(-29). SOUTHEAST: Thane Douglas 10-60, Kejr 14-80, Redden 12-30, Tyson Douglas 7-95, Ptacek 1-11. PASSING - RUSSELL: Hoss 2-9-2-37. SOUTHEAST: Thane Douglas 8-14-0-157, Redden 1-1-0-14, Ptacek 1-1-0-12. RECEIVING - RUSSELL: Suchy 2-37. SOUTHEAST: Kejr 1-2, Loersch 3-37, Thlel 4-124, Redden 1-6, Thane Douglas 1-14. PUNTING - RUSSELL Wann 7-33.8. SOUTHEAST: Schwarz 2-36.0. SCORING SUMMARY Russell 0000-0 Southeast of Saline 3 14 7 13-37 Flrat Quarter SE - Thlel 28 field goal, 0:48. Second Quarter SE - Thane Douglas 3 run (Thlel kick), 5:29. SE - Thane Douglas 3 run (Thlel kick), 1:14. Third Quarter SE - Thane Douglas 14 pass from Redden (Thlel kick), 6:04. Fourth Quarter SE - Redden 5 run (Thlel kick), 9:32. badly. They signed Morris this week even though he can't practice until Oct. 7 or play until Oct. 13 because of his suspension. To make room for Morris, they waived sturdy running back Leroy Hoard. "Anybody who says we're just desperate and getting a druggie is off base," said Modell, the Ravens' owner. "It's a gross injustice to this young man." Morris' mother, Marie, accompanied him to meetings with Ravens officials and will help him get settled in the Baltimore area, away from his friends in Texas. Morris has maintained that the six pounds of marijuana found in his car was not his, and that he was a victim of hanging around with the wrong crowd. Gentle Bill Bill Parcells is at it again, but this time he's lightened up a bit. After calling rookie wide receiver Terry Glenn "she" because Parcells felt Glenn was slow to return from an injury, this is what the New England Patriots coach had to say about wide receiver Vincent Brisy, who has missed seven weeks because of hamstring problems: . "I told him this morning that I recovered from open-heart surgery faster than he's come back from this hamstring injury. I had my surgery on June 2 (1991). On August 4,1 ran two miles." Quarterback Drew Bledsoe said, "Yeah, Bill's Superman. Just ask him." SE - Tyson Douglas 20 run (no attempt), 0:00. Sacred Heart 28 Council Grove 6 GAME IN STATS SH CG First downs 12 13 Rushes-yards 44-211 39-74 Passing yards 120 49 Com-Att-Int 4-9-0 3-22-5 Total offense 53-331 61-123 Fumbles-lost 2-1 3-1 Penalties-yards 8-100 4-20 Punts-avg. 6-30.0 5-39.4 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - SACRED HEART: Knlpp 24-127, Bonllla 4-29, Ash 3-26, Walker 4-13, Loslk 1-5, Ryan 5-24, Herbel 3-(-13). COUNCIL GROVE: Gant 16-53, Buttrey 9-41, Pence 6-31, Brooks 6-(-45), Waymlre 2-(-6). PASSING - SACRED HEART: Ash 4-7-0-120, Herbel 0-2-0-0. COUNCIL GROVE: Brooks 3-20-4-49, Gant 01-1-0, Harris 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING - SACRED HEART: Loslk 4-120. COUNCIL GROVE: Gant 1-28, Harris 1-16, Waymlre 15. PUNTING - SACRED HEART: 6-30.0. COUNCIL GROVE: Harris 5-39.4. SCORINQ SUMMARY Sacred Heart 7 7 0 14 - 28 Council Grove 0 0 0 8-6 ' Flrat Quarter SH - Knlpp 1 run (Schmltz kick). Second Quarter SH - Knlpp 4 run (Schmltz kick), 8:30. Fourth Quarter SH - Loslk 91 pass from Ash (Schmltz kick), 10:18. SH - Knlpp 5 run (Schmltz kick), 8:29. CG - Gant 28 pass from Brooks (pass failed), 3:29. Ell-Saline 53, Moundridge 7 ES M First downs 16 11 Rushes-yards 43-381 42-73 Passing yards 71 94 Comp-Att-Int 5-10-0 6-21-4 Total plays-yards 53-452 63-94 Fumbles-lost 4-4 2-1 Penalties-yards 5-15 1-5 Punts-Avg 1-26 4-26.3 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: ES:J.R. Augustine 8-23, Mannel 6-40, C.Augustine 22-285, Anderes 6-28, Martin 1-5. M: Neufeld 14-8, Wedel 21-31, Goering 4-20, Durst 1-5, Franz 1-6, Beyer 1-4. PASSING: ES: C.Augustine 5-10-0-0 71. M: Neufeld 5-10-0-4 94. RECEIVING: ES: Johnson 1-27, Martin 1-30, Lantz 19, Hardesty 1-2, Taylor 1-3.. M: Durst 5-91, Franz 1-3. PUNTING: ES: Dalke 1-26. M: Wedel 4-28.3. SCORING SUMMARY Moundride 0007 — 7 Ell-Saline 19 70 27-53 First Quarter ES - C. Augustine 17 run (pass failed), 9:28. ES - C. Augustine 90 run (run failed), 3:32. ES - J.R. Augustine 1 run (Anderes kick), 1:29. Second Quarter ES - C. Augustine 3 run (Anderes kick), 7:29. Third Quarter M - Neufeld 3 run (Durst kick), 6:33. Fourth Quarter ES - C. Augustine 2 run (Anderes kick), 7:57. ES - C. Augustine 53 run (Anderes kick), 6:48. ES - Anderes 1 run (kick failed), 3:12. ES - Martin 5 run (Anderes kick), 0:49. SJ-Military 46, Wakefield 0 SJM W First downs 6 NA Rushes-yards 23-145 NA Passing yards 30 NA Comp-Att-Int 2-3-0 NA Total plays-yards 26-175 NA Fumbles-lost 0-0 NA Penalties-yards 8-75 NA Punts-Avg 2-39.5 NA INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: SJM: Dunn 5-38, Marcy 5-50, Valdez 1149, Miller 2-8. W: NA. PASSING: SJM: Midyette 2-3-0,30 yards. V: NA. RECEIVING: SJM: Marcy 2-30. W: NA. PUNTING; SKM: Dunn 2-79. W: NA. SCORING SUMMARY Wakefield 0 0 0 x - 0 SJ Military 38 0 8 x - 46 First Quarter SJM - Dunn 5 run (Dunn run) SJM - Marcy 18 pass from Midyette (Dunn run) SJM - Marcy 22 run (Dunn run) SJM - Marcy 12 pass from Midyette (run fall) SJM - Marcy 45 punt return (Valdez run) Third Quarter SJM - Miller recovered fumble In end zone (Miller run) SJ-Military overwhelms Wakefield to move to 3-1 By The Journal Staff St. John's Military improved to 3-1 with a 46-0 Eisenhower League victory over Wakefield Friday night at Perkins Field. The Muleskinners rolled up 38 points in the first quarter to take command. They ended the game in the third quar- JjVakefleld 0 ter on the 45- point rule. 46 "It was one of those nights that everything went right and we got on top early," said St. John's Military coach Travis Shaw. "Our stats weren't that great, but we started most of our drives deep inside their 30 and 40." St. John's quarterback Alex Midyette completed only 2 of 3 passes, but both completions went for touchdowns to junior Steve Marcy. The Muleskinners rushed for 145 yards. Marcy led a balanced attack with 50 yards. Michael Valdez had 49 yards and Cortland Dunn added 38. Marcy scored four times for St. John's, catching passes of 18 and 12 yards, running one for 22 yards and returning a punt 45 yards for another TD. "Our kids are playing with a lot of confidence now," said Shaw, St. John's first-year coach. "We have a tough game at Hope next week." Trojans / Southeast shuts down Russell FROM PAGE C1 Redden then scored on a 5-yard run in the fourth quarter and sophomore Tyson Douglas ended the game with a tackle-breaking 20-yard scoring run around left end. The final margin left Wilson frustrated. "It wasn't like they were trying to run it up. They were just running the same play over and over," said Wilson. The loss by Russell was the fourth straight to an unbeaten team, but Wilson didn't find any comfort in that statistic. "It's been pretty tough, but you still have to come out and play," Wilson said. "We're a big enough school where we should compete against these teams." Southeast finished with 276 yards rushing (217 in the second half) and 183 yards passing. "When the run isn't working, we're able to throw," Katzenmeier said. "And when you have the defense on their heels, it just makes the offense better." Thiel finished with four catches for 124 yards, three PATs and a field goal. Southeast is back in action next Friday at Ellsworth, while Russell is at Minneapolis in an NCAA game. the Salina Journal

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