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Hutchinson News Saturday, Oct. 2, 1971 Page 9 Fort Scott Drills HCC Yardstick Hutchinson Fort Scott First Downs 12 26 Rushing 38 364 Passing 13-79-3 fl-t/0 Yards Passing 725 131 Fumbles Lost 0 0 Penalties 6-60 7/5 Punts 8-32.0 1-39 By BARBARA CAYWOOD Fort. Scott. 62, Hutchinson 14! If anyone in Hutchinson doubted that the Fort Scott Greyhounds deserved to be the No. 1 ranked junior college football team in the nation, t h e y had to be convinced after Friday night's game at Gowans Stadium. Hutchinson's Blue Dragons must have an idea how General Custer felt at the Little Big Horn. circled the left side for a 27- yard TD. The third - period touchdowns were on Reunion's (18- yard run and a one - yard plunge by Kcamon. Fort Scott's touchdowns came in torrents. In the first, quarter Reamon scored on a two - yard run and Nieman tallied twice on quarterback sneaks of one foot and o n e yard. In the second period Nieman passed 14 yards to Mike. Thomp-j Nieman climaxed the scoring j son for a score and then crossed! in the fourth period with a lithe double stripe again on an- 1 other one-yard sneak, other one-yard sneak. Reamon; Fori, Scott rolled up 405 yards Moundridge 'Cats Claw Halstead total offense, collecting 36i yards rushing and another 131 through the air. Hutchinson had a total of 38 yards rushing and 225 yards ! passing. ; Fort. Scott, 21 2ft 14 7-fi2 Hutchinson 0 14 0 0—14 FORT SCOTT'S sensational Tommic Reamon (21) races around end as Blue Dragon Ron Sorensen (85) just misses on a tackle attempt. Reamon gaintd 251 yards rushing and scored four touch- (News Photo by Jim Morris) clowns as nationally No. 1 ranked Fort Scott drilled Hutchinson Community College at Gowans Stadium Friday night, 62-14. Albert O'Brien (35) and David White (27) of the Dragons also give chase. The Greyhounds handed Hutchinson its worst defeat since 1961 when Pratt slaughtered the Dragons, 85-7. The Greyhound steamroller powered by all - American run uing back Tommy Reamon, ivev-, or gave the Dragons a chance! r;il,M « wlU> l.o come up for ah". j Fort Scott, scored the first four times it had the ball and was out in front by a 27-0 score with a minute gone in the second quarter. HALSTFAD - Moiindridge looked like the No. 1 power it was rated pre-season as it rolled to a . r >2-fl victory over Halslead in a Mid - Kansas League football game here Friday night. and Buhler in turn was upended by Haven. The Moundriclge- llaven game could be the biggest remaining on the Mid-Kansas schedule. Moundridge 5' Moiindridge fell from a lop I Mill Kansas League a loss to Ruhler, Mmtnilildgo ill) . Al IMIstiMrt (2-7) Halstcad n i) I) o II n Playoffs Begin Today By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS It'll be Moody Blue against Steady Dave in the American League and the well-rested Bucs against the gasping Bay boys in the National League Saturday as four clubs begin the battle for two World Series berths. At Baltimore, the Orioles, who have won the East title in all three season since divisional play began, will start with veteran Dave McNally, 21-5 and a 20-game winner for four successive seasons. For the Oakland A's, newcomers to championship play, sensational youngster Vida Blue, 24-f), seemingly tense on Ihc eve of the opener, will be on the mound. No 20-Gamc Winners Neither Pittsburgh nor San Francisco have a 20-game winner on the roster but both will supply a blend of steady pitching and solid hitting in the National playoffs. The Pirates, who won the East Division title more than a week ago, will open with Steve Blass, J5-8, while the host Giants, who had to scratch and scramble through the final weeks of the season before winning the West in the final game Thursday night, will go with Gaylord Perry, 16-12. Both games will be nationally televised by NBC with the Oakland-Baltimore game beginning at 12 noon CDT, and the Pitts­ burgh-San Francisco clash starting three hours later. The second games in the best-of-five playoffs will also be in Baltimore and San Francisco on Sunday. Then, after a day of travel, they will resume in Oakland and Pittsburgh. If cither team needs more than three games to wrap up its league title, it will mark a first, in divisional play. Iowa State's Streak Goes On the Line KENT, Ohio (AP) - Iowa Stale's eight-game nonrconfer- enoe winning streak goes on the line here this afternoon against underdog host Kent State. The Big Eight Conference invader will have all checks on its side for the 12:30 p.m. game including the addition of super- sophomore Jerry Moses, who has been sidelined with a foot injury. Iowa State takes a 2-0 record into the game, while Kent State is 1-2 and has lost its last two games after an opening 23-21 upset of North Carolina State. Kent State, which is supposedly in a "rebuilding year," has lost to Cincinnati 42-20 and Ohio University 37-21. . "We know little about them except what our scouts brought back from the Ohio University game," said Iowa State coach Johnny Majors. The fourth-year coach said he planned r/> major lineup changes from the squads that oiKned last week against New Mexico and scored a surprising 44-20 upset victory. Dean Carlson will again be a quarterback. He has directed the Cyclones to 68 points in two games while hitting on 22 of 49 passes for 294 yards and two touchdowns. The rest of the ISU backfield will consist of running backs George Amundson and Dennis McDonald and flanker Dave McCurry. Amundson, a 6-foot-w, 220- pounder, is coming off a stellar pperformance against New Mexico. The former quarterback slammed out 196 yards in 28 carries, a one-game rushing feat topped only by former Cyclone Ail-American tailback Dave Hoppmann, who had games of 271, 214 and 197. In all, Majors' team has averaged 440 yards a game offense. Dodgers Look to Future Disappointment Hidden by Hope LOS ANGELES (AP) - In the disappointment which prevailed through the Los Angeles Dodgers who missed by one game in the National League West came high hopes for 1972 based on the kids of 1971. Manager Walter Alston, cen- lerfielder Willie Davis and others pointed to the maturing youngsters who formed a big part of the Dodgers' array. "I'm sure the kids improved during the season," said the veteran skipper, "and the race wouldn't, have been as close if the kids hadn't, improved." • • • Final Standings American League East W L Pet. GB Baltimore 101 57 .639 — Detroit 91 71 .562 12 Boston 85 77 .525 18 Nov/ York a? 80 .506 21 Washington 63 96 .396 38 '/2 Cleveland 60 102 .370 43 West Oakland 101 60 .627 — Kansas City 85 76 .528 16 Chicago 79 83 .488 22'/ 2 California 76 86 .469 25 Vi Minnesota 74 86 .463 26Vj Milwaukee 69 92 .429 32 National League East w L Pet. GB Pittsburgh 97 65 .599 — St. Louis 90 72 .556 7 Chicago 83 7? .512 14 New York 83 79 .512 14 Montreal 71 90 .441 25 >/2 Philadelphia 67 95 .414 30 West S. Francisco 90 72 .556 — Los Angeles 69 73 .549 1 Atlanta 82 80 .506 8 Cincinnati 79 83 .488 II Houston 79 83 .488 11 5an Diego 61 100 .379 28 Vj The youthful group includes Bobby Valentine and Bill Buckner, each 21, Bill Russell, 22, Steve Garvey 23, Joe Ferguson 24, and Bill Grabarkewitz 25. Even the veteran starters of the pitching staff, Bill Singer and Don Sutton are only 27 and 26, respectively. Both scored 2-1 victories over Houston in the final series of the year when San Francisco also took two games from San Diego and won the title by a single game. "I'm disappointed we didn't go all the way but proud of the way the club has worked together as a unit, kids and veterans alike,"' commented Al ston. Davis observed, "A disappointing finish? Yes, but in a way it wasn't. We'll be up there for years to come." Buckner started at first base in the final Houston series and Valentine was at second for two of the contests. Although there was no official comment, the unofficial conjecture was on what the Dod gers might do with such veteran ball players as Richie Allen and Wes Parker. Allen finished out the season at third while Parker was used at first only in late inning defensive situations The infielders of the youth brigade must still reckon with 39-year-old shortstop Maury Wills, the sparkplug of the Dod gers' stretch drive. Admitting his own dis appointment at not winning, Wills declared shortly after the final game, "I can hardly wait for spring training to start." Eighteen in Row For Little River BUSHTON — The awesome Little River football machine rolled to a 45-14 victory over Bushton here Friday night and extended its win streak to 18 games, starting with the last three of the 1969 season. Little River won nine straight in the Qui vera League last year and added two more in state play - offs, taking the 1-A championship. Little River has now won four straight this year. Dale Doll led the Redskins' attack, scoring on a 27 yard run and tossing touchdown pas­ ses of 32 yards to Cain and 26 yards to Verle Carlson. Carlson also scored on a 65 yard punt return and a nine yard run. Little River 45 Buihton 14 Qulvlra League Little River (4-0) 13 14 12 6-45 At Bushton (0-4) 0 0 6 8-14 Game Statistics, home team first: First Downs 7; 6. Yds. rushing 180; 106. Passes attempted, completed, yards gain cd 22, 12, II; )3, 10, 78. Scoring: Bushton—Orth S run, PAT tailed; Orth 10 run, PAT—Pass Geffler to Hlckel. Little River-Dole 27 run, PAT failed; Carlson punt return 65, PAT—Cornell kick; Dole pass to Cain 32, PAT—Cornell kick; Dole pass to Carlson 26, PAT failed; Carlson ? run, PAT failed; C Creed 1 run, PAT Failed; Thompson 45 punt return, PAT—Cornell kick. In 1969 the New York Mets won three in a row and Baltimore did the same against Minnesota before the Mets took the World Series. Swept Playoffs And last year, the Orioles, en route to the world championship, again swept the Twins in three straight while the Cincinnati Reds took three in a row from the Pirates. T h e best-of-seven World Series will begin Saturday, Oct. If all seven are necessary, the first two will be played in the American League city, the next, three in the National and the final two back in the American. Nevada's legal bookmakers have installed the Pirates as 6-5 favorites and the Orioles as the RV2-5 choice to win the playoffs. Playoffs at a Glance (All Times COT) American League Saturday Oakland (Blue 24-8) at Baltimore (McNally 21-5), 12 noon first game best of-5 series Sunday Oakland at Baltimore, 1 p.m. Monday Travel Day Tuesday Baltimore at Oakland, 2 p.m. Wednesday Baltimore at Oakland, 2 p.m., If necessary Thursday Baltimore at Oakland, 2 p.m., if necessary National League Saturday Pittsburgh (Blass 15-8) al San Fran Cisco (Perry 16-12), 3 p.m., first game bestof-5 series Sunday Pittsburgh at San Francisco, 3 p.m. Monday Travel Day Tuesday San Francisco at Pittsburgh, 12:30 p.m. Wednesday San Francisco at Pittsburgh, 12:30 p.m., If necessary Thursday San Francisco al Pittsburgh, 12:30 p.m., If necessary St. John 33, Sterling 18 STERLING - St. John's fired- up Tigers clawed the Sterling Black Bears 33-18 in a mild Central Prairie League football upset here Friday night. Greg Fisher scored on runs of eight, 23 and 84 yards to spark the explosive Tiger offense. Sterling was held to 21 yards rushing, while St. John rambled to 224 yards. Tackle McKinney Gets Only TD HESSTON - Mike McKinncy, Fairfield's 200 pound junior tackle, had his chance to score here Friday night, and he didn't muff it. McKinney recovered a Fairfield fumble in the third quarter and ran 40 yards for the game's only score, giving Fairfield a 6-0 victory over Hesston. Sharing game honors with McKinney was John Stucky, 190 fullback and son of Dr. John J. Stucky, Hutchinson dentist. He was the workhorse in the Fairfield backfield and| accounted for a major share of Fairfield's 159 yards gained on the ground. Fairfield • Hesilon o Mid Kansas League Fairfield 0.0.6 0—6 At Hesston 0 0 0 o— 0 Game Statistics, home team first: First Downs 8; 13. Yds. rushing 65; 159. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained 14, 7, 70; 7, 4, 60. Scoring: Fairfield—Mike McKinney, 40 run on a fumble recovery. Leaders Play In KCAC Headliner By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Unbeaten Sterling plays undefeated Bethany Saturday night in this week's football headliner in the Kansas Conference. The game will be played al Bethany. Sterling, 3-0, and Bethany both have 2-0 records in conference play. Unbeaten Kansas Wesleyan, part of the three-way tie for the league lead, is host to Tabor, II. Sterling had to hustle last week to outscore St. Mary of the Plains 35-25 to keep its record spotless. Bethany nipped Tabor 14-13, and Kansas Wes- elyan ran over Bethal 27-0 in a game highlighted by the long scoring runs of John Hartshorn and Charles Jannelli. Two other conference games are scheduled. McPherson, 0-1, goes to St. Mary, 0-2, for a day contest, and Bethal, 0-2, plays at Southwestern, 0-1, at night. Friends, 1-1, is at home against Colorado College at night in a non-conference test. Friends got its lone victory last week by downing Southwestern 27-7. McPherson lost a non-league tilt to Ottawa of the Heart of America Conference 28-13. Ottawa, Baker and College of Emporia, the three Kansas members of the Heart of America, will all be busy Saturday night, two of them in conference competition. Baker meets Graceland of Iowa at Raytown, Mo., and Ottawa hosts Central Methodist. College of Emporia is at home against Missouri Western, an independent school. So far, only one Heart of America game has been played. William Jewell beat College of Emporia 7-0 last week. Baker bowed to Lakeland, Wis., 16-9. Pittsburg State, 3-0, makes its season debut in Plains Division action of the Rocky Mountain Conference Saturday night when it goes to Fort Hays State, 1-2. Pittsburg is fresh from a 10-7 squeeze past Southwest Missouri. Fort Hays was outscored by Kearney, Neb,, State 40-21. The other Kansas teams in the Plains Division, Washburn and Emporia State, continue non-conference play. Washburn, 3-0, faces William Jewell at home in a day game. Emporia State invades Missouri Southern at night. Hutchinson finally scored with 11:43 left in the first half, hut the tally didn't phase the Greyhounds who added two more scores before intermission to lead 41-14. Reamon, a 190 - lb. sophomore from Newport News, Va., deserves every adjective that has been used to describe his fantastic running ability. Coming into the game with a 10 - yard per carry average, Reamon racked up 251 yards rushing and another 14 passing against the Dragons. He scored four touchdowns. One of those scores came on a spectacular fid-yard run. Fort Scott quarterback Kurt Nieman was also hard to ignore. The Topeka sophomore scored (our touchdown passes for another and engineered his Greyhound club with precision. The Greyhounds' vaunted defense was not overrated cither. Hutchinson's ground game was virtually non - existent as the Dragons could muster only 38 yards rushing. They were more successful passing as soph quarterback Bobby Albright completed 13 of 28 attempts for 225 yards. Hutchinson's first touchdown was set up by a 52 - yard pass from Albright to freshman Danny McClure, who was the pri mary receiver for the Dragons Friday night. Don Klos scored the TD on a four - yard run The other Dragon tally was also the result of the aerial game. Albright completed a 35 -yard pass to running back Don Klos and then connected with McCure lor 16 and 25 yards. The 25 - yarder went for a touchdown. Albright kicked both extra points. Cheney Trips Celts, 13-3 CHENEY — Cheney won its first football game of the season by trimming Trinity of Hutchinson 13-3 in a Mid-America League tilt Friday night. Cheney scored all 13 of its points in the first quarter on a one-yard run by Snook and a 56-yard sprint by Heck. Schmidt kicked the extra point. Pat Goss kicked a field goal for Trinity in the third period. Cheney's record i s now 1-3 for the year, Trinity is 0-4. Haven Wins, 24-6 HAVEN —The Haven W i I cleats jumped to a 16-0 first half lead and whipped Nickerson, 24-6, to remain undefeated in a Mid - Kansas League football contest here Friday night. The Wildcats, now 4-0, scored in the first period when Randy Stewart scored from nine yards out. In the second period, Kurt Knappenberger hit Ron Ferguson with an 11-yard touchdown aerial and Bill Newton scored on two - point conver sion runs following both TDs. Nickerson countered with i third quarter touchdown when Glen England scored on a 25- yard pass from Cliff Wray. In Buhler Dumps liimau BUHLER - The Buhler Crusaders celebrated homecoming festivities by tripping Inman 19-13 Friday night in a Mid- Kansas league football col- lison. Mike McCoy's eight - y a r d touchdown run got the Crusaders on the scoreboard in the first period. Kirk Scwett sprinted 48 yards to paydirt to give Buhler a 15-13 lead al, half. Two sallies, one by Glen Smith and another by Dee Hodges wrapped up (he game for the Crusaders. They a r e now 3-1 for the year. Inman has a 1-3 record. Buhler 1? Inman 13 Mid-Kansas League Inman (13) 7 6 0 0 i:i Al Buhler (.1-1) / 8 0 4 -19 Game .statistics, home team first: First do w ns 12; 6. Yds. rushing 745; 113. Passes Attempted, completed yards gained 1, 2, 11; 8, 14, 98. Scoring: B—Mike McCoy— 8 run, PAT— Royce Ollenborger kick, Kirk Sowott 48 run, PAT—Mike Mcoy run, Glon Smith safety. Dee Hodges safety. I—Dave Neufelt~63 run, Loron Wlens- PAT kick, Jim Voth—12 pass from Micky Petroccl, PAT failed. Ali to Fight In Houston the final period, Haven p u t another eight points on the board when Newton scored from 19 yards out and Stewart scored a two - point conversion. Haven had 265 yards rushing in the game. Nickerson is now 1-3. Haven 24 Nickerson 4 Mid-Kansas League Nickerson (1-3) 0 0 6 0-6 At Haven (4-0) 8 8 0 8-24' Gome statistics, home team first: First downs 18; 9. Yds. rushing 265; 70. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained II, A, 67; 26, 9, 81, Scoring: N~Glcn England 25 pass from Cliff Wray, PAT tall. H-Randy Stewart 9 run. Bill Newlon run; Kurt Knappenberger 11 pass to Ron Ferguson, Bill Newlon run; Bill Newlon, 17 run, Randy Stewart run PAT. NEW YORK (AP) - Muhammad Ali, who has been extremely active since his return to the ring, and Buter Mathis, who hasn't fought in more than two years, will meet in a 12- rounder in the Houston Astrodome Nov. 17, it was announced Friday. The fight, announced by Boh Arum, president of Top Rank, Inc., knocks out Ali's announced bout with Mac Foster in Tokyo Nov. 29. "The people didn't get up the money," Ali gave as the reason the Foster light fell through. But Rocky Aoki, a representative of Prime Organization which was to promote the fight in Japan, said the match will be held early next year. Ali will receive a guarantee of $300,000 against 40 per cent of all receipts for the Mathis light which will be shown on closed circuit television in the United States and Canada, Arum said. Peers Management, which handles Mathis, is putting of $200,000 of Ali's guarantee. Mathis will receive 15 per cent of all receipts. "I've been working out and training every day for eight months," said Mathis whose last fight was a 12-round decision loss to Jerry Quarry in Madison Square Garden March 24, 1969. "This is the biggest chance of my life." .Jimmy Iselin, president of Peers, said Mathis recently was reinstated by the Michigan Athletic Association and the World Boxing Association. Mathis had been suspended for running out on a scheduled fight with Alvin "Blue" Lewis. "I weigh 265 now and will weigh about 245 for the fight," said Mathis who has won 29 of 31 pro fights. His other loss was an 11 -round knockout by heavyweight champion Joe Frazier March 4, 1968 when Frazier was recognized as champion in only live states. "I'm reviving all these people," Ali said in referring to Mathis' long layoff. For Ali this will be his fifth fight since Oct. 26, 1970 when he ended his ring exile that was forced by his troubles with the draft. (i. line M.ilislirs, homo team lirst. r irst Down', H, I i. Yds. rushing 4; 19s. Passes ,i Hempled, i nnipleletl, yards (joined 27. II), Htl; T.\ S, 97. VoniKi .Mislead Mince Redmger, 98 ! interception, PAI- Man Vaughn pass to lolly Vosieil. Moundridge -Dennis l-licknor I run, PAT Pass Crabb to Grahor; llicknor 7fi run, PAT W. Gocrimi, kick; Flicknor .' run, PAI --Goerlnn. kick; l-licknor 20 i inn, PAT W. Goorlwj, kick; Kick Nelson I i mi, PAT flouring kick; Paul Crabb, \l run, PA I Gocrlng, kick; Ted Helikc j ,1/ pass Irom Krchhiol, PAT Failed; | Wynn Goering 23 yard field goal. Denver Is Tough On Quarterbacks KANSAS CITY (AP) — Every job has its ups and downs. For quarterback I,en Dawson of the Kansas City Chiefs, games against the Denver Broncos have boon marking his low points -like the seal of his pants. "I don't really think it's just me," Dawson said Thursday as the Chiefs prepared for the trip to Denver for Sunday's game. "It's all the quarterbacks. "Watching the film of the Denver-Miami game, I saw Rich Jackson hit Bob Griese with a shot that would have killed mo." .Jackson, the quick Bronco defensive end, was the sparkplug in last year's rush that treated Dawson with particular ferocity. In two games the Denver front, four got to Dawson 12 times. And in the Broncos 26-13 victory over the Chiefs at Denver, Jackson and company forced Dawson to miss Kansas City's home opener the following week against Boston by banging up his knee. "Most teams, on the defensive line, hit, look, read and react," Dawson said. "But with Denver you know all four of them are coming after you." Dawson said there are a number of ways of stopping a bunch like Jackson, Paul Smith, Dave Costa and rookie Lyle Alzado -like draw plays, traps and screens. "We've got to do something to take the sting out of their rush, and we've got to do it quickly," Dawson said. "If we don't keep them out early, they'll really be fired up." Which I/m Dawson would rather not sec. Hays Indians Win, 28-6 RUSSELL — The Hays High Indians remained undefeated by tromping Russell, 28-6, in a West Central Kansas league football encounter here Friday night. The Indians, now 4-0, were led by Greg Keegan, who scored on touchdown runs of J, 20 and 20 yards, and also hit Randy Drapper with an 18-yard touchdown pass. Partridge Wins Douhleheader PARTRIDGE — Partridge won a softball doubleheader from Sylvia, taking the girls' game 13-3 and the boys' game, 11-6, Friday afternoon. Kimmie Koch hit a grand slam homer for Partridge girls and Debby Franklin hit a solo homer. Karen Henderson was winning pitcher. Max Hartman was winning pitcher for Partridge boys. Partridge girls stand 4-0 in the Western Reno Activities Assn. and 4-1 overall. Partridge boys are 4-0 in the league, 5-0 overall. Sports Results Hifih School Football Chase n, Cl.iflui 0 Plainville 39, Ellis 0 Lyons 14, Ellsworth 0 Larned 15. Pratt h Stafford 21, Burrton H Arcjonia 15, Oxlord II Ellinwond 76, Southeast of Saline t Norwich 46, Cunningham 12. Protection li, Meade 0 Liltle River .15, Bushton 1-1 Fowler 12, Coldwler 0 Mccracken 51, Dazlne 0 Great Bond 26, Thomas More 19 Neodesha 14. Eor.tka 8 F. mporla 21, McPherson 12. Goessel n, Hennington 6 Raileyville Ik, Bern 0 Bonner Springs .16, Argentine 6 Cherry-vale 12, Yates Center a Gridley 9, Willlamsburn 0 llaydnn II, Hinhlanri Park 6 Joltersun County North 7iS, Royal Valley t> Knpaun 9, Wichita West 6 Kinsman 1:1. Valley Center 12, ot l.awronce 10, Topeka West 3 01 Lincoln 72, Mankalo 12 I nulsburc) 20, Basehor 6 Manhattan 29, Junction City a Minneapolis 6, Smith Center 0, ot Olalho M, Marysvlllo ? Seaman 26, Washburn Rural 6 St. Francis 18, lloxlo 6 Valley Falls .10, Jelferson County West 4 Wameo,o l-i, Atchison 8 Waverly 14, Melvern 13 Wichita North 34, Wichita East 1» Wichita South 21, Carroll 12 Wichita southeast 67, Wichita Heights • Scandla 70, Jamestown O La Crosse 20, Dlghton 0 Buhler 19, Inman 13 Haven 2<l, Nickerson 6 Boaver, Okla. 22, Ulysses O Nashville-Zcnda 28, Pawnee Rock 11 Cimarron 26, Pawnea Height* 0 Mlnneola 18, Ashland 6 Bclolt 12, Osbomo 7 Garden Plain 40, Pretty Pralrla 11 Scott City 41, Leoti fl Medicine Lodge 4.1, Belle Plains • Hays 20, Russell 6 St. John M, Sterling in Hamilton 13, Amerlcus 6 Centre 12, Hlllshorn 7 Genesen 16, Holyroori R Kingman 13, Valley Center 12, ot Attica 2(1, Sharon 0 Mounrirlclge 52, llalstoad B Quinter 7, Lenora 2 Deortlolrl 14, Copeland 10 Augusta 35, Andover 0 Falrtlcld 6, Hesston 0 rrlnune, 21. Syracuse 12 Olis-Blson 20, Marquette 14 Pittsburg 49, lola 0 r -rontenac 20, Galena 15 Glrard 44, Erin 0 Southeast 14, Rlvorton » St. Paul 14, Northeast of Arma • WicCuno 37, Chetopa 16 Ft. Scott 14, Coffeyvllle 13 Abilene 35, Sacred Heart 0 Augusta 35, Andover 0 Burllngamo 18, Pomona 6 Chase County 36, Remington 9 Clifton a, Frankfort 6 Effingham 32, Shawnee Heights a Emporia 21, McPherson 12 Garnett 21, Fredonla O Jackson Heights 27, St. Marys 0 Labo fl, Lyndon 0 Maur Hill 23, St. Joseph, Mo„ Leblond 8 Nemaha Valley 6, Hiawatha O Kensington 14, Northern Valley 6, tit Onaga A3, Silver Lake 7 Perry-LeCompton 28, Easton O Sts. Peter 1 Paul 20, Wathena • Shawnee Mission West 12, Shawnee Ml»« slon East 0 Tonganoxie 49, Gardner 0 Troy 24, Ccnlralla 0 Victoria 14, WaKceney 12, ot Westmoreland 18, Wolmore 0 Goodland 14, Oberlln 6 Luckey 28, Northern Heights e Midway of Denton 26, Elwood t Valley Heights 14, Blue Valley t Jewell 52, Eastern Heights 0 Wellington 28, Derby 26 Arkansas City 8, El Dorado 7 Newton 31, Campus 6 Wichita North 34, East t» Wichita Southeast 6J, Height* • Wichita South 21, Carroll 12 Kapaun-Mt. Carmel », West • Goddard 39, Circle 12 Mulvano 12, Chaparral i Cheney 13, Trinity 3 Conway Springs 32, Maize • Clearwater 41, Caldwell 6 Marlon 12, Herlngton 7 Parsons 31, Independence 0 Alma 14, Osage City 6 Bird City 20, Brewster 0 Caney 21, Altamont 0 Central Heights 25, Blue Mound 0 Chapman 12, Clay Center 0 Douglass 34, Central of Burden 0 Humboldt 14, Burlington 7 Kansas City, Mo„ Rockhurst 30, Ward | Leavenworth u, Turner 6 Linn 34, Hanover 0 Madison 34, Hartford 0 Mission Valley 30, Rossvllle ( Ottawa .(7, Rosodale 6 Pittsburg 49, lola 0 Ransom 47, Natoma 6 Riley County 34, Washington 18 Rose Hill 16, Leon 13 Shawnee Mission North 61, Kansas City Washington 0 Shawnee Mission Northwest U. Wyatv dotte 6 Shawnee St, Joseph 42, Immaculats f> Wellsvlile 52, Sanla Fe Trail « Hlllcrest 68, Courtland 0 Ouenemo 20, Wichita Colfeglafe 12 Waconda East 40, Esbon 18 Leroy 58, Llnwood 30 Southwestern Heights 30, Groensburo • Skyline SO, Lewis 6 Gorham 34, Healy 6 Spearville 27, Macksvllle 8 Sublette 40, Holcomb 0 Kiowa 51, Sedgwick 0 North Elk 8, Cedar Vale 6 Council Grove 33, Peabody 6 Liberal 27, La Junta, Colo., 0 Lakin 27, Elkhart 0 College Football New Mexico 14, Brlgham Younfl 9 Miami, Fla. 41, Baylor 15 Trojans Top Burrton 21-8 BURRTON - Brad Masscy scored two touchdowns and Don Tillman added another as Stafford whipped Burrton 21-8 in Mid-America League football action Friday night.

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