The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 2, 1971 · Page 122
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OU Draivs Top Billing National Spotlight Focused On Big 8 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The National Collegiate Athletic Association says that defense may be making a come-back in college football, but Oklahoma and Southern California intend to put a stop to that nonsense Saturday. : - "I don't think we'll play another team so deep in talent," ;says Oklahoma's Chuck Fairbanks. i "Oklahoma is a tremendous offensive team," says Southern .Cal's John McKay. "They have .' the best speed at halfback of [any team in the country." ; The game between the eighth- ranked Sooners and No. 17 USC ; at Norman, Okla., is one of two ' pairing members of The Associated Press Top Twenty, Duke, "•No. 19, faces lOth-ranked Stanford on the West Coast. Defense Improved? Last weekend's major college games, according to the NCAA, "'were the lowest scoring since Sept. 28, 1968, with an average' of 37.6 points for both teams combined. The 16 shutouts were the most since Nov. 17, 1965. With the season nearly one- fourth gone the combined scoring average is 38.6, compared to 42.6 last season and a record 43.2 in 1969. And the current total of 41 shutouts is only 35 behind the entire 1970 campaign Oklahoma, however, has done its best to keep the average from slipping too far. The Soo­ ners have walloped Southern Methodist 30-0 and Pitt 55-29 with their explosive Wishbone attack grinding out 760 rushing yards. Greg Pruitt and Joe Wylie are the top gainers with inflated averages of 9.0 and 8.7 per carry, respectively. Quarterback Jack Mildren has a 5.5 average and Pitt's Carl DePasqua says that "as far as I am concerned, with the system they Tough Test in Line For USC Defense :• NORMAN, Oklahoma (AP) ^Southern California's defensive Jvtroops, which haven't alowed a V; score in more than 10 full quar- • ters of football, get a genuine '/challenge Saturday against of- tensive-oriented Oklahoma. : ' The intersectional contest, : third in a series dating back to ;. ; 1964, is expected to attract a r 'icrowd of 61,000. Unbeaten Oklahoma, winner -Jpver , Southern Methodist and ^"Pittsburgh, is favored to trim Southern Cal, loser to Alabama {-,.but victor over Rice and II- t-J'linois. v The Trojans have held the ; enemy scoreless for 159 min- >utes 54 seconds—10 quarters -•plus the final 9:54 of the second :-: period in the Alabama game. ;'r Trojan Coach John McKay, £J however, hastens to make a if "point. "Remember the shutout against Rice came in a driving •. rainstrom at Houston and the other, Illinois, against a team that has not yet scored a point in three games," said McKay. In its last game, the Sooners ran over Pitt, 55-29. The offense gained 567 yards, 418 on the ground. McKay singled out several Sooners to watch, notably quarterback Jack Mildren "and two great running backs in Joe Wylie and Greg Pruitt." Against Pitt, Wylie scored three touchdowns, one on an 85- yard kickoff return, the others on runs of 13 and 19 yards. Mildren, a senior, was voted the outstanding player of the game. Mildren was flawless in executing the wishbone-T attack. He rushed for 67 yards, including a 41-yard keeper, scored three touchdowns and completed two of three passes for 79 yards. The longest was a bomb for 76 yards to flanker Jon Harrison. The Sooners have scouted Southern Cal well for Coach Chuck Fairbanks. An aide, Larry Lacewell, had particular praise for quarterback Jimmy Jones for his passing and option runs, and running back Sam Cunningham. Lakin 27, Elkhart 0 LAKIN — Lakin's Broncos walloped previously unbeaten : Elkhart, 27-0 in a Hi-Plains -league football game here Friday night. Elkhart had climbed to a tie $?for tenth in 2-A ratings after ^winning its first three games. frjLakin brought a 1-2 record into ^'.Friday's fray. :• Lakin 27 Elkhart 0 Hl-Plains League v-Elkharf (3-1) 0 0 0 0—0 ;/.;At Lakin (2-2) 0 8 13 6-27 : Game Statistics, home team first: First -I --.Downs 8; 3. Yds. rushing 196; 86, Passes £" attempted, completed, yards gained 7, 2, t'i'Slt 4,- 0, 0. Sr.- Scoring: L—Gruslng 7 yd. run, PAT— Gruslng, run; Gruslng 7 yd. run, PAT— ;r».OIson, kick; Malsal to Rider pass for ;~>23 yards, PAT Failed; Malsal pass inter- Ti-^P" 0 " and run back 65- yards. PAT- j >*?Failed. I Cheney Trips ! Celts, 13-3 tgr "CHENEY — Cheney won its j^i first football game of the season by trimming Trinity of Hutchinson 13-3 in a Mid-America League tilt Friday night. I* - 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 f : i point. $:] Pat Goos kicked a field goal ?S; for Trinity in the third period. Cheney's record is now 1-3 for the year, Trinity is 0-4. igGorham Undefeated GORHAM — Gorham racked Sits fourth straight victory here Friday night, defeating winless tJHealy, 34-6. j^JEorham 34 Healy 6 Jljjon-League •xijGorham (4-0) 18 8 0 8-34 t»:At Healy (0-3) 0 .0 o 6—6 ;*;'• Gams Statistics, home team first: First jSpdwns 7; 16. Yds. rushing., 157; 365, ^"Passes attempted, completed, yards gain' *^ed 15, 3, 64' 1< 0, 0. Scoring: Healy—Carl Wilson 8 run, PAT •'•failed. ;Gorham -i -Byron Brown 27 run, PAT -.'failed; Tom Nowak )0 run, PAT Failed; -C Byron Brown 12 run, PAT failed; Byron •Brown A run, PAT—Nowak. run;. Mark '; Sander 2 run, PAT Byron Browm run. Tackle McKinney Gets Only TD HESSTON — Mike McKinney, 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 i Hesston 0 Mid Kansas League Fairfield .0..0..6..0— 6 At Hesston O O 0 0—0 Game Statistics, home team first: First Downs 8; 13. Yds. rushing 65; 159, Passes attempted, completed, yards gained 14, 7, 70; 9, A, 60. Scoring: Fairfield—Mike McKinney, 40 run on a fumble recovery. Ulysses Falls, 22-0 have Mildren is the finest I've ever seen. His pitches are just fantastic." Southern Cal shows averages of 5.5 for Lou Harris and 3.8 for Sam Cunningham, but Larry Lacewell, an Oklahoma assis tant coach, says, "One of Southern Cal's coaches told me that Cunningham, who weighs 220 pounds, has the fastest start for the first 10 yards of anybody he's seen." NU Heavy Favorite Top-rated Nebraska is a heavy favorite at home over Utah State, even though both teams have 3-0 records. Second-j ranked Michigan entertains un-| dermanned Navy but Texas, 1 No. 3, and Notre Dame, rated fourth, could have their hands full against Oregon and Michigan State, respectively, also at home. Rounding out the Top Ten, No. 5 Auburn entertains Kentucky, No. 6 Colorado hosts Kansas State, seventh-ranked Alabama tangles with Mississippi in Birmingham and Air Force visits No. 9 Penn State. Texas and Oregon may be forced to use second-string quarterbacks. Texas' Eddie Phillips, suffering from a hamstring pull and a bruised tos, has had only one work day in 3V2 weeks—a 28-10 victory over UCLA on Sept. 18. His sub, Donnie Wiggington, scored twice in last week's triumph over Texas Tech. Fouts Injured Dan Fouts, second leading passer in Oregon history and still only a junior, suffered strained knee ligaments in last week's loss to Stanford. His backup, Harvey Winn, has thrown only 10 passes in three games. But Oregon's tailback, Bobby Moore, "is the most elusive, outstanding talent we've looked at in a long time," says Texas' Darrell Royal. "Keeping him out of the end zone is the toughest assignment our defense has had so far this year. I'll tell you this—Fouts' replacement will find a way to get the ball to Moore even if he has to walk out there and hand it to him." Notre Dame has gone from a 50-7 rout of Northwestern to an 8-7 squeaker against Purdue, but Michigan State's Duffy Daugherty says of the latter game, "The weather was so bad it made it very difficult for both teams to execute their plays." After a pair of 10-0 contests- beating Illinois and losing to Georgia Tech—Michigan State got "some more explosiveness in our attack last week" and downed Oregon State 31-14 as quarterback Frank Kolch made his first start and completed 10 of 17 passes, two for touch downs. "Up until last Saturday, Michigan State's strong suit was that physical defensive unit," says Notre Dame's Ara Parseghian. "But our scouts tell us that they've put their offense all together now and Duffy has a well-balanced team." Auburn goes after its second straight Southeastern Conference triumph against Kentucky while Colorado starts its Big Eight season against Kansas State and Alabama and Mississippi play an important SE< game. Among Second Ten teams, No. 11 Georgia entertains Mis sissippi State and 12th-ranked Tennessee invades Florida for a night game with its former coach, Doug Dickey. Canton Can and Did HUTCH HIGH cheerleaders drum up spirit for Winfield game at pep rally Friday afternoon. | Saturday at Goivans Stadium Hawks Entertain Vikings Kiowa Socks Cards, 50-0 KIOWA — Kiowa socked Sedgwick 5-0 Friday night in high school football action from the Mid-American League. The Chieftains racked up total of 308 yards rushing. The win gave Kiowa a 3-1 mark for the year. Sedgwick record is 1-3 Kiowa 51 Sedgwick i Mid-America League Sedgwick (1-3) 0 0 0 0—0 At Kiowa (3-1) 19 12 6 14—51 Game statistics, home team first: First downs 9; 5. Yds. rushing 308; 87. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained 15, 5, 89; 16, 5, 48. Scoring: K—Schrock 25 pass from Mick Gllllg, Greg Ptacek kick, G. Ptacek 67 run, PAT fail, Ptacek 7 run, PAT fall; Kirk RIedel 1 run, PAT fall, Mick Gll­ llg I run, PAT fall; Ron Hill 1 run, PAT fall; Sorla 2 run, PAT fall, Hill, 50 run, Lleuranle run PAT. Otis-Bison Wins, 20-14 By BARBARA CAYWOOD If Hutchinson High's Salt Hawks and Winfield's Vikings had a free wish for their Saturday night game at Gowans Stadium, it would probably be for a dry field. Beaver, Okla. 22 Ulysses 0 Non-League Beaver, Okla. (3-1) 0 14 8 0—22 At Ulysses (1-2) 0 0 0 0—0 Game statistics, home team first: First downs 3; 18. Yds. rushing 51; 278. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained 6, 1, 15; 6, 4, 38. Scoring: B—Strickland 29 run, Cooper run PAT, Rodosta 4 run, PAT fall; Strickland 9 run, McVay run. Canton 32 Tescott 18 135 League Tescott (1-3) 0 0 12 6—18 At Canton (2-2) 12 12 0 8—32 Scoring: T—Marion Woody on runs of 2 and 4 yds; Elu|n Bell, pass 10 yds to Dave Gorrell. C—Hal Wilson on runs of 36, 11 and 1; Pass—Brad Holllngsworth to Terry Grebble, 10 yds; Holllngsworth 1 yd, run PAT -Hal Wilson, run. BOWL JACKPOT Mixed Doubles 7:00 P.M. Saturday Lanes available for open play most of the time. - ANNOUNCING SOMETHING NEW COLOR PIN FIESTA EVERY FRIDAY AT 9 P.M. New Big Bowling Bargain '"RENT-A-LANE" — Bowl as much as you like, Sundays 10 a.m. to 12 noon for only $2.50 I COUNTRYSIDE LANES 30th and Lorraine MO 3-9144 Scott Butterfield Mike Madelen Marvin Motley The rare Saturday night contest for the Hawks gets under-! way at 7:30 p.m. and it will be their second Ark Valley League game of the season. For the past two weeks the Hawks have played under less than favorable weather conditions. During the 17-13 win over Wichita Southeast, both teams fought wind and rain. Last week, when the Salt Hawks lost to El Dorado in overtime, they played in the mud. For a ball club that does not have a 200-pounder on its roster, mud is a definite handicap. Winfield has much the same problem. The Vikings are about the same size as the Salt Hawks and their coach, Al Holderman, feels his backs could do much better with dry footing. The Vikings are 1-2 for the season and Hutch is 2-1. Last year Winfield nioped the Hawks 14-12 and would like to make it two in a row. The Vikings will be without two-way performer Steve Nichols who suffered a head injury in the Wellington game last week and will miss at least four games. Nichols plays tight end on offense and defensive end. Coach Glenn Percy and his staff feel the Salt Hawks must try to establish their passing game this week. Junior quarterback Doug Baar is a good passer, but has not had a chance to go to the air much in the last two games. Hutchinson's running game is carried by slot back Kelvin O'Brien, also a fine receiver, and tailback Scott Butterfield. Mike Franko, t h e Hawk fullback, has been used sparingly Hawks At A Glance OFFENSE TE—Scott Willett, 6-0, 180, ir. WT—Brian Cully, 5-11, 178, |r. WG—Brad Stephenson, 5-11, 166, sr. C—Mike Madelen, 5-10, 175, sr. SG—Bob Zlegler, 6-0, 150, ir. ST—Guy Cooper, 6-0, 182, |r. SE—Jim Hubbard, 5-5, 135, |r. QB—Doug Baar, 6-0, 170, ir. SB—Kelvin O'Brien, 6-0, 180, sr. FB—Mike Franko, 6-0, 185, sr. TB—Scott Butterfield, 5-10, 165, sr. DEFENSE E—Rich Duncan, 5-10, 155, sr. T—Robert Thompson, 5-10, 180, sr. T—Don Grossardt, 5-10, 170, sr. E—Marvin Motley, 5-10, 160, ir. CB—Brad Wood, 5-8, 150, |r. LB—Scott Willett, 6-0, 180, |r. LB—Bill Landman, 5-9, 171, sr. CB—Mike Franko, 6-0, 185, sr. HB—Kevin Mullen, 5-10, 155, sr. HB—Rod Rayl, 5-10, 145, |r. S—Larry McGinnis, 6-1, 153, sr. as a runner because he is so valuable as a blocker. The Salt Hawk coaching staff has juggled the lineup this week in order to give several players who have been going both ways a chance to concentrate on defense. Page 10 The Hutchinson News Saturday, October 2,1971 Ron Eagles Upset Valley Center KINGMAN - Kingman's Eagles sent Jim Veran across from eight yards out in an overtime period and handed Valley Center its first loss of the season 13-12 in a Chisholm trail League football game here Friday night. Veran had scored the first Eagle touchdown on a 15-yard OVERTIME Kingman 13 Valley Center 12 Chisholm Trail League Valley Center (3-1) .... 0 0 0 6 6—12 At Kingman (3-1) O 6 0 0 7—13 Game statistics, home team first: First downs A; 7. Yds. rushing 146; 80. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained 10, 2, 67; 6, 1, 25. Scoring: K—Jim Veran pass from Allen Tabor 15, PAT failed; Jim Veran 8 run, PAT Bob Koch kick. VC—Blocked punt recovered end zone Jim Peters, PAT failed; Randy Brucker 1 run, PAT failed. Minneola, 18-6 MINNEOLA — Ashland was dropped from the undefeated ranks, 18-6, by Minneola in an Iroquois League football upset here Friday night. A highlight of the game was an 84-yard wind-aided punt by Dave Brooks. Ashland is now 3-1, while Minneola's homecoming vicotry moved the Mustangs record to 2-2. Minneola 18 Ashland 6 Iroquois League Ashland (3-1) 0 6 0 0—6 At Minneola (2-2) , 6 0 12 0—18 Game Statistics, home team first: First Downs 8; 11. Yds. rushing 171; 198. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained 2, 1, 33; 7, 2, M. Scoring: M—Jerry Rakes pass from Brad Pike 33, PAT failed; Rkes recovered fumble, ran 53 yards, PAT failed; Pike 2 run, PAT failed. A—John Ellis 1 run, PAT failed. Brian Cully will be at wea tackle and Brad Stephenson at weak guard, freeing Don Grossardt to go full time at defensive tackle. Jim Hubbard, a 135-pound junior, will be at split end in place of Rich Duncan who will spend full time on defense. Scott Willett will be doing double duty this week, filling in at tight end for Mike Love, who has not worked out much because of a bad leg, and also is playing linebacker on defense. Willett and Mike Franko, who is a cornerback on defense, will be the only two Hawks playing both ways Saturday night. Brad Wood will take over the cornerback spot left open by Kevin Bleything, who must sit out the remainder of the season with a back injury. The Salt Hawks will be looking for their first Ark Valley win. Skyline Runs Wild Skyline 50 Lewis 6 Great Plains League I Lewis (0-4) 0 6 0 0—6 At Skyline Pratt (2-2) 6 16 16 12—50 Game Statistics, home team first: First Downs 7; 5. Yds. rushing 360; 108. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained 4, 1, 26; 13, 4, 35. Scoring: L—John Roenbaugh 30 yd. run, PAT failed. S—Cromer 3 yd. run, PAT Failed; Young 40 yd. run, PAT—Run by Young; Cromer 3 yd. run, PAT Run Eubanks; Whitmore 30 yd. run, PAT—Cromer run; Bllocked punt recovered In end zone by Young, PAT—Young run; Young 2 yd. run, PAT Failed; Whitmore 33 yd. run, PAT Failed. MARQUETTE — Otis - Bison made it four wins in a row as the Cougars nipped Marquette, 20-14, here Friday night in Quivira League football game. The Cougars, had 371 rushing yards and 155 yards through the air. Marquette, now 2-2, had 108 yards on the ground and 133 yards in the air. Otis-Bison 20 Marquette 14 Quivira League Otis-Bison (4-0) 0 6 14 0—20 At Marquette (2-2) 0 6 0 8—14 Game Statistics, home team first: First downs 7; 8. Yds. rushing 108; 371. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained 5, 10, 133; 4, 9, 155. Scoring: M—Lowell Mitchell 41 run, PAT Failed; Pass Tim Llndsfor to Duane Haverfield 45 yards, PAT— Haversfield, run. O-B — Tom Dewall 14 run, PAT Failed; Monozo 25 run, PAT Dewall run; Monozo 46 run, PAT Failed. Larks Bill Horns Sublette 40 Holcomb 0 Hi-Plalns League Holcomb (1-3) 0 0 0 0—0 At Sublette (2-2) 14 14 12 u—40 Game statistics, home team first: First downs 19; 2. Yds. rushing 189; 9. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained 14, 5, 65; 10, 2, 4. Scoring: Scott Sim 14 run, PAT Terry Lucas kick; Sim 4 run, PAT Lucas; Sim 10 run, PAT pass Jay Weldner to Sim; pass Rick Lohflnk to Rod Hoffman 1, PAT failed; Stanley Relnhart 35 punt return, PAT failed; Jay Weldner 25 run, PAT failed. Owls Drop Bulldogs GARDEN PLAIN — Tim Panek scored three touchdowns, a two point conversion and a safety as Garden Plain ripped Pretty Prairie 40-12 Friday night in the Mid-America League football. Panek scored two touchdowns on 60 yard runs. The other came on an 11-yard run. Garden Plain is 4-0 this season while Pretty Prairie is 2-2. Garden Plain 40 Pretty Prairie 12 Mld-Amerlca League Pretty Prairie (2-2) 6 6 0 0—12 At Garden Plain (4-0) ...12 6 16 6—40 Game Statistics, home team first: First Downs 10; 9. Yds. rushing 350; 76. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained 3, 2, 26; 8, 2, 52. Scoring: P.P.—Roy Goerlng 85 run, PAT Failed; Roy Goerlng 30 pass from Fllckenger, PAT Failed. G.P.—Tom Panek 60 run, PAT Failed. Tim Panek 11 run, PAT Failed; Tim Panek 60 run, PAT Failed; Safety by Panek, Pat Kerschen 23 run, Panek run; Tim Renner 5 run, PAT Failed; Pat Kerschen 5 run, PAT Failed. Panthers Win From TMP GREAT BEND - Great Bend's Black Panthers picked up their first football victory of the season, defeating Thomas More Prep of Hays, 26-10, in non - league warfare here Friday night. Danny Nobles scored two Panthers TDs, on runs of 11 and 60 yards. The Panthers are now 1-3 for the season while TMP drops to 0-4. Great Bend 26 Thomas More 10 Non-League Thomas More (0-4) 7 0 3 0—10 At Great Bend (1-3) 0 6 6 14—26 Scoring: TMP—Greg Beyer, 9 run, PAT—Reinaloo Jarmillo, kick; Relnaloo Jaramillo 30 yard Field Goal. GB—Steve Montgomery pass to Mus- grova II. PAT Failed. Danny Nobles, 11 run, PAT Failed. Danny Nobles, 60 run, PAT Failed. Mark Rowdeau, 3 run, PAT—Steve Montgomery run. Augusta, 35 to 0 Augusta 35 Andover 0 Chisholm Trail League Andover '0-4) 0 0 0 0—0 At Augusta (3-1) 7 0 8 20—35 Game statistics, home team first: First downs 11; 6. Yds. rushing 226; 45. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained 14, 3, 28; 20, 4, 14. Scoring: Roberts A run, PAT kick Williamson.. Roberts pass Inter. 27, PAT run Applegate; Huddleston blocked punt 55 run, PAT Williamson kick; Steve Alfaro 1 run, PAT failed; Vines Alfaro 5 run, PAT Alfaro. Geneseo, 16-8 Holyrood 8 Geneseo 16 Quivira League Holyrood (0-4) 0 0 O At Geneseo (3-1) 0 o 8 8—16 Game statistics, home team first: First downs 8; 8. Yds. rushing 239; 132, Passes attempted, completed, yards gained 6, 3, 26; 11, 3, 52. Scoring: H—Burger 2 run, Phalen run. G—Rick Peverley 4 run, Peverley run; Bill Davis 3 run, Peverley run SWH Wins 30-0 Southwestern Heights 30 Greensburg 0 Iroquois League Greensburg (0-4) 0 0 0 0—0 At Southwest Heights (2-2) 0 14 8 8-30 Game Statistics, home team first: First Downs 15; 5. Yds. rushing 231; 92. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained 8, 5, 94; 10, 0, 0. Scoring: C. J. Wettstein 3 run, PAT Failed; Carry Knott pass to Bruce Howard 18, PAT—Wettstein run; Wettstein 1 run, PAT—Knott to Mike Howard pass; Blaine Knott pass to Bruce Howard 32 yards, PAT—B. Knott run. CARPET SALE Reg. $7.95 Nylon Patterned Kitchen Carpet $r95 sq. yd. O installed Reg. $7.95 Sculptured NYLON CARPET installed over standard foam pad $£*95 sq. yd. fj installed Reg. $9.88 Luscious NYLON SHAG installed over heaviest foam pad $788 sq. yd. Dozens of other carpets sale priced accordingly from now thru October. 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