The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 3, 1971 · Page 20
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Second Straight Victory Shockers Flip SIU CARBON 13ALU, III. (AP) Don Gillcy's Cfi-yurd kickoi'f return touched off a .second-half offensive exphwion carrying Slatc'n Wliwitshoekers to a 2<i-24 noii-coni'mmce football triumph Saturday nitflit over Southern Illinois University. The Missouri Valley Conference team fell behind 1(M> early in the third period before (Ill- ley's electrifying dash put it ahead for a first time by 13-10. Junior running back George Lucas returned SIU to a 17-13 lead still in the third quarter before successive touchdowns on long plays by Randy .lack- son and .Jeff Moore put Wichita State ahead for good. The victory, aided by soph- Jackson then bolted 47 yards o m o r e quarterback Rick to put Wichita State in front by Baehr's two touchdown passes, 19-17 and Jeff Moore hauled in was Wichita Stale's second against a like number of losses. SIU fell to 1-2. Lucas, who rammed a school record 224 yards on .'15 rushes, had SIU in front by 7-0 with an 11-yard run in the opening period, but Wichita Slate shaved the margin to 7-1* on a 32-yard pass from Bnehr to Wayne Haynes. Place kicker Gregg Goodman of the host Salukis booted a 35- yard field goal early in the third period to establish the score at 10-B before Gilley scored and Lucas plunged a yard to his second touchdown. a 32-yard Baehr pass to make it 2(5-27 before Southern Illinois closed scoring on another one- yard dive by Lucas. FHS Upsets Gorillas Ellington Wins Title Johnson Rips Foe JOHNSON - Fred scored three touchdowns and rushed for 1(!4 yards as Johiv son rolled to its fourth straight win by trouncing Satanta 52-0 Friday night in high football matching Hi JiCaguc teams. Tom Tucker scored two touch Ark Valley Is Loaded Speck downs and rushed for 111 yards for Johnson. Speck intercepted a pass and ran 20 yards to score the games first touchdown. Speck sprinted (15 yards to score; his second Tl). A 4,'i yard run in the third gave Speck his third score. Tucker scored his two TIJ's on a 37-yard run and a 75-yard punt return. Speck had Iti4 yards on six carries. Tucker had 111 yards in just three carries. s v. h o o I - Plains ARK VALLEY League All Games W W I L Pis. Op. 0 09 33 0 35 13 1 57 10 •' 35 38 1 39 41 i 50 92 1 43 44 3 73 70 Saturday Wolllnrilon Arkansas Cily .. •) n EI Dor.ido VI "Wlnllcld I ] Newton I •} Crimpus I 2 "Hutchinson 0 1 Derby 0 3 •--Standings do not Include nloMt game, Winllold /it Hutchinson FRIDAY RESULTS Arkansas City 8, El Dorado / Newton 31, Campus A Wellington 28, Derby 26 GAMES NEXT FRIDAY Hutchinson at Campus Newton at El Dorado Wicil leld at Derby Arkansas Cily »l Wellington The Arkansas Valley League is "loaded" this year, with power teams strung out from top to bottom. Wellington's Crusaders and the Arkansas City Bulldogs are batting 1.000 with four straight wins each. Wellington is 3-0, Ark City 2-0 in the Valley. However the Crusaders barely escaped Friday night, with an overtime 28 to 26 victory over Derby, a team which hud lost two previous, league contests, to El Dorado, (5-18 and to Campus 13-24 and is last in league standings. That overtime was a chiller. Wellington gained just three yards on two running plays, and on the third, drew a 15-yard personal foul penalty. That put the Crusaders back to their 22 yard line, from which point Quarterback Jud Mitchell connected with Jim Strader for a touchdown. He then passed to Tim Mirt for a two-point conversion. Derby came right back with a touchdown in its overtime try, with Halfback Mike Hall smashing through from the eight yard line. A run for the two tying extra points failed. At Arkansas City, Mickey Coats fired a 32 -yard pass to Jim Watson, to set up the winning touchdown as the Ark City Bulldogs edged El Dorado's Wildcats, 8-7. El Dorado led 7-0 at the half. Ark City scored a safety in the third period, and the long pass and a two yard smash by Les Begay r gave the Bulldogs the winning touchdown with only two minutes remaining in the final period. Newton, which had lost by a touchdown to Mcpherson, by two touchdowns to Winfield and by one to Ark City, had a full head of steam in its game at Campus, Friday night, and won with 31 to 6. Campus earlier had downed Derby, 24-13 and Derby was the team which almost put Wellington down, Friday night. Only one team in the Ark Valley can remain unbeaten after this week's round of games. Arkansas City plays at Wellington, Friday night. There can be no ties. Hutchinson, while losing to El Dorado in overtime, is a long way from out of the championship running. T h e Hawks still have shots at all leaders except El Dorado. They play Wellington there, Oct. 22 and entertain Arkansas City at GOWUIIK field, a week later. Meanwhile, however, it seems any Valley team has the potential of defeating any other Valley team, on a good night. Johnson 32 Satanta Hi-Plalns Lcfuiue Salanla (0-41 (10 0 0 0 At Johnson MO) . 16 22 6 (1—52 Came slalisllcs, home loam llrsl: l : lrsl downs 10; I. Yds. rushing 117; 89. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained I, 3, 57; 0, ?, u. Scoring: Fred Speck 20 pass Inter PAT run Tom tucker; 3/ Tucker run, PAT run Speck; Speck 85 run, PAT run Loren Lucas; I'J punt return Tucker, PAT tailed; pass Tucker to Gil Garrison 16, PAT run Tucker; 4'i run Speck, PAT (ailed; pass Rusfy Garrison lo Gary Pratt li, PAT run Hugh Hawkins. How They Fared ARK VALLEY Hulchlnson 38, Winfield 0 Newton 31, Campus 6 Arkansas City 8, El Dorado I Wellington 28, Derby 26 WEST CENTRAL KANSAS Garden City 12, Dodgo Cily / Hays 28, Russell 6 Larned 15, Pratt 6 Great Bend 26, Thomas More Prep 10 MIOKANSAS Uuhler 19, Inman 1.1 Moundrldge 52, Halslead 8 Haven 24, Nkkerson 6 Fairfield 6, Hesston 0 WKE A Ness Cily 34, Jolmore 15 Scott City 41, Lcotl 8 La Crosse 20, Dighlon 0 Kinsley 22, Hugolon 18 Tribune 21, Syracuse 12 lioavcr, Okla., 22, Ulysses 0 CENTRAL PRAIRIE Lyons 14, Ellsworth 0 Elllnwood 26, Southeast of Saline 6 Lindsborg 28, Hoislngton 8 St. John 33, Sterling 18 CHISHOLM TRAIL Mulvane 12, Chaparral 6 Kingman 13, Valley Cenler 12, ot Goddard 39, Circle 12 Augusta 35, Andover 0 QUIVIRA Little River 45, Bushton 14 Chase 8, Claflln 0 Otls-Blson 20, Marquette 14 Geneseo 16, Holyrood 8 Wilson 13, Sylvan Grove 8 Southwestern Helohts 30, Greensburg 0 Protection 6, Meade 0 Mlnneola 18, Ashland 6 Fowler 12, Coldwaler 0 Cimarron 26, Pawnee Heights 0 MID-AMERICA Cheney 13, Trinity 3 Kiowa 51, Sedgwick 0 Stafford 21, Burrton 8 Garden Plain 40, Pretty Prairie 12 SEVEN STAR Conway Springs 32, Maize 8 Clearwater 41, Caldwell 6 Medicine Lodge 43, Belle Plalno 0 Rolling Plains Spcarvllle 27, Macksvllle 8 Victoria 14, WaKeeney 12 Cimarron 26, Pawnee Heights 0 HI-PLAINS Johnson 52, Satanta 0 Sublette 40, Holcomb O Lakln 27, Elkhart 0 Trlbuno 21, Syracuse 12 Golden Plains Attica 28, Sharon 0 Nashvllfe-Zenda 28, Pawnee Rock 12 Norwich 46, Cunningham 12 Partridge 14, Hardtner 8 SOUTH M« Gorham 34, Mealy A McCracken 51, Bazlnc O SANTA FE TRAIL Ingalls 34, Montezuma 2 Ensign 20, Rolla 14 Deerfleld 14, Copeland 10 Moscow 20, Yarbrough, Okla. 12 GREAT PLAINS Haviland 16, Bucklln 14 Skyline 50, Lewis 6 Ford 42, Mulllnvlllo 0 Nashvllle-Zcnda 28, Pawnee Rock 12 COTTONWOOD VALLEY A/larlon 12, Herlngton 7 Centre 12, Hlllsboro 7 Cottonwood Falls 36, Remington 0 Council Grove 33, Peabody 4 IJS-W Canton 32, Tescott 18 Elllnwood 26, Southeast of Saline 4 .Goessel 8, Bennington 4 Solomon 18, Hope 0 Henry Ellington of Hutchinson won the A feature in the "Championship of the Year" race at the Salt Hawk Speedway Saturday night. Wichita's Jack Petty finished second and Dennis Narron, of ! Hutchinson placed third. A Ui- tal of cars were entered. Bill Wilcox of Lyons was the winner in the B feature. Doug Schullz of Raymond placed second and Jerry llueitt, Hutchinson, came in third. Larry Crowl, Hutchinson, won the first heat and Islington cap lured the second. Islington also won the trophy dash. ThiL! torque trophy dash wa.s won by Daryl Itedd of llulchin.son. In the Hobby Car Division, Doc I'ickle of Pratt was the champion in the A feature with John Foust, Hutchinson, finish ing second and Don King of Chase placing third. Ron Powell of Hutchinson won tilt; B feature!. Dan Irsik of Hutchinson wa.s second a u d Lynn Page, Hutchinson, third Doc Pickle was the winner of the first heat and Foust won the second. Pickle also won the trophy dash. The torque trophy dash winner was Jerry Johnson of Sterling. All champions in the "stocker" and Hobby car divisions were presented trophies. Merc races are in store next Saturday night, if weather peril i its. Tourney On For Couples The Carl Ewys are defending champions in the husband-wife golf tournament which starts at p.m. today at Carey Park. The tourney lasts for three weekends. In the first round, the husband-wife teams total their scores and deduct their total handicaps. Next. Sunday, the teams will score their best, ball for each hole, with handicap deducted as indicated on the scoreboard. In the final round, Oct. 17, teams will play Scotch foursomes, alternating strokes, and deducting half of the combined handicap. Teams pay a $5 entry fee. The tournament will end with a dinner at the club on the night of Oct.. 17. UCLA Loses To Beavers LOS ANGELES (AP) Sophomore Ray Taroli of Oregon State returned a kickoi'f 100 yards for the go-ahead touchdown as the Beavers swept past UCLA :M-17 in the Pacific- 8 Conference opener for both college football teams. Taroli took th? ball on the goal line, cut to his left, got one key block in front of the UCLA bench and kept on flying to put the Beavers in front 20-17. Swedes Pull Grid Upset LINDSBORC -- Undefciitedtime lead when dreg Kerr rac- Haviland In Crucial Win HAYS - The Fort Hays State s and Pittsburgh Slate fought to a 14-14 standstill in a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Plains Division clash Saturday night. Hays took a 14-0 lead in the second quarter on a 2!V-yard touchdown run by John Douglas and a two-yard plunge by Gary Dougherty. Mike Sobba kicked the extra points. Pittsburg got a score before halftime when Chuck Smith went over from the five yard line. Steve Bari kicked the extra point. Smith tossed a 28-yard scoring to Mike Powell to pull Pittsburg to within one and Bari tied it with the PAT conversion, Fl-LS's record is 1-2-1 for the year. Pittsburg has a Ml mark. The Gorillas were ranked seventh nationally in the latest NA1A grid poll. Port Hays Slate 14 Pittsburg State 14 Kock Mountain Plains Division Plthburri Slate .. 0 7 7 0 -14 Al Hays 0 14 0 0 -14 Game slalisllcs, home loam lirsl: Won - losl 7, lied 1. First downs 17; 15. Yds. rushing '775; 168. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained 4, I, 10; 16, 0, 107. Scoring: T—Douglas 25 run, Sobba PAT; Doughorty 2 run, Sobba PAT. P—Smith 5 run, Bari PAT; Powell 28 pass Irom Smith, Bari PAT. Southwestern Downs Bethel WINFIELD - Southwestern College pulled out of a 7-7 halftime tie with some aerial fireworks in the second half and defeated Bethel College of Newton, 20-7 in a Kansas Conference football game here Saturday night. ; Kansas Conference Bethel 0 7 0 ft- 7 1 Al Southwestern (2-1 ) ... 0 7 6 13— 24lSCOrlllig ITIII got Game slalisllcs, home team first: First" downs IB; 5. Yds. rushing 79; 17. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained 31, 17, 189; 15, 4, 19. Scoring: Bethel — Fred Walt I, run, PAT Steve Undbcrg kick. Southwestern — Mlcke Hleberl, 3 run; PAT WUkc Baldwin, kick; Grover Jones, 10, from Steve Knapp; Sieve Mono, 10 pass from Knapp; Baldwin, kick; Llndy Craig 7, pass from Knapp. Bethany, with work-horse Miko Olson carrying the ball :t9 times, upset nationally Hith-r a n k e d Sterling, 10-7, in a Kansas Con ference football scrap here Saturday night. Olson, who was fifth in the nation in individual rushing entering the game, picked up 245 yards in his 39 rushes. He scored the second Bethany touchdown, in the final period, on a three-yard scamper that capped i 04-yard touchdown drive. Ken Pabst was true on a 31- yard field goal in the second quarter for the Swedes, and he ilso booted the Bethany extra point following Olson's Tl) romp. Sterling had taken a 7-,'! half- Ross Wilson Meet Today The Ross Wilson trophy (husband wife) golf tournament will tee-off today al Prairie Dunes, with teams getting a shot-gun start at .'J p.m. Teams are nwmdad one point for a triple bogey, two for double bogey; three for a bogey, four for a par, five for a birdie and a whopping 15 for a hole-in-one. It was erroneously stated that in the ten years of the tournament there had been no holes- in-one. Jn the first nine years, there was none. Last year, liow- ever, the IMZ Raineys got a hole- in-one at No. 15, and went on to become the tournament champions. Last year, also the John Parkers got a hole-in-one at No. 10. The final nine holes of the tournament will be played next Sunday. Soviet Lifts 359.7 Pounds, Sets Record MOSCOW (AP) - Soviet weightlifter Alexander Kolod kov set a world record Saturday in the middleweight division with a press of 359.7 pounds, Tass reported. The official Soviet news agency said Kolodkov bettered the previous record—which he set earlier this year—by 1.1 pounds. HAVILAND — Haviland won a crucial Croat Plains League football game from Hiieklin I(i-I4, here Friday night that, left, the Blue Dragons the only undefeated (!PL team. Pawnee Rock also entered play undefeated Friday night but lost 12-211 to Nashville-Zen da in non-league play. Haviland is now 4-0, while the loss drops Bucklin to a 3-1 mark. Haviland took an fl-ll load in the first period when Cary Ross scored on a three-yard plunge and Bryce Kendall ran a two point conversion. Boss scored again in the third period from one yard out, and Cary Clark son added a two-point conver sion that was the difference in the game. Bryce Hensley's two-yard Bucklin on the scoreboard in the second period. Leif'h Hoed raced 40 yards to paydirt in the third quarter and also ran a two-point con version. Havilanu 14 Bucklin 14 j Great Pallns League Bucklln (3-1) 0 6 (I 0—14 At Haviland Mo) BOB 0—14 Game statistics, home team first: First downs 10; 7. Yds. rushing 15(1; 162. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained 3, 8; 16, 3, 30. Scoring: H—Gary Ross 3 run, Bryce Kendall run; Gary Ross I run, Gary Clarkson run. B—Bryce Hensley 2 run, PAT failed; Leigh Hood 40 run, Leigh Hood run. KWU Raps Tabor, 28-6 SALINA, Kan. (AP) - Halfback Charles Jessamy scored two touchdowns and picked up 238 yards rushing Saturday night to lead Kansas Wesleyan to a 211-6 Kansas Collegiate Athletic Association football victory over Tabor. Jessamy's performance made him the No. 2 rusher in Kansas Wesleyan history. Wesleyan scored all four touchdowns in the last half, after trailing, 6-0 at the half. Kansas Wesleyan now stands 3-0 for the year, and Tabor is 1 2. 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Hetliany had ,'t:)7 yards rushing while Sterling was held lo 4:1. In the air, Sterling hit on IT) of 2(i passes for 225 yards, while lielhany struck on two of nine for -l!) yards. The, Swedes had 2<1 first downs, Sterling Li. Sterling is now ,'M overall and 2-1 in I he KCAC, while Hel.hany IULS a :i-0 mark. Bethany 10 Sterllna 7 Kansas Conference Sterling CI II . . 0 / 0 0 I Al nolhciny CIOI 0 .1 0 / 10 Gitmt> sMIblic-v, home? team first: r-li'st clowns 24: 1:1. Ydh. rushing '.IV: -i:i. l-\isn!i attempted, completed, ynrrls (ifilned V, 'J. 4>); '/A 11, m. Sr.orinrj: II Ken I'.iDsl ill tin Mike Olson 3 run, P.ihsl kirk. Gre'j Kerr II run, G.ny G<ites kU.k. Liberal 27, Lajunta 0 l.iBKRAf, — Liberal scored 21 points in the first quarter and added six more in the second and went, on to win 27-0 over La.Iinita, Colo., Priday night in a non-league high school football game. Liberal gut two touchdowns from Baker and one from Dennis Lal'lant in the first period. Larry Ki.ser kicked the extra points. An eight-yard pass from Steve Weatherford to Mark Miller accounted for Liberal's six points in the second period. The win gave Liberal a :i-l record. La.Inula is 2-2 for the season. IJboral 11 LA Junta I) Non-I.etirjUfi l .flJtiMtit (7-7) 0 l) l) (} u Al I 111) 31 I, ll II •!/ Cnne ^hilliUc, Imme le.iin lltul: l : iiul clowns 14; .1. Ytls. nnhiiui 'IVt; 71. I' rtttenipletl, (oinpleleil, y ( irils y<ilnt:il 14, A9; X>, •;, .10. SiorliHj; I tl run, Uirry Klsei Klser kick; linker Dennis I..I kick; Maker I run, Klser et .nil I tun, kirk. Slow WiMlllertiird II |w.s In Mark Mille I'A'I tail. Hutchinson News Sunday, Oct. .1, 1971 Page 21 Pratt's Beavers PHATT-Pratt's Beavers uncovered a new line crusher, mid roared to a -11-7 victory over Independence in a Jayhawk Conference football game here Saturday night. Charley Hackney, who had Larks Drill T -Binls IIKKSTON - Hesston College took over I he top spot, in Prairie Junior College Conference soccer standings by defeating Cloud County of Concordia 7-1) here Saturday night. I'Vcd Driver .scored three goals for Hesston and also bad an assist. Mike Landis scored two goals, and Don Biubakcr and Steve Mullet each scored one. Bruhaker had two assists, and Larry Yoder three. Hesston now has a -II record. been a bench-rider, got into the line-up at fullback and gained Illi yards rushing. Opponents had been keying on Jim Washington, but the Pirates were forced also lo tiy and stop Hackney. As a result Washington had another big night, with 1.12 yards rushing and three touchdowns. Hackney got only niio touchdown, but was good for short yardage on nearly every carry. Kurt Watson, starting quarterback, hit on six of 10 passes. Prall 41 Indapendonca 1 Jayhawk Juco Conlerenco I'rall (.11) 1,14 7 14—41 Al Independence 10 41 ..0 0 7 0— 7 came slatistlr.s, homo team flrsl: First downs 19. Yds. rushing \'li; Ml. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained 14, •I, Ml, II, /, Uil. Scoring: eratt — Charley Hackney, I run; Richard Threat!, 61, run; Jim Washington, 55, punt return! Threalt, 14, pass from Kurt Walson; Washington 7&, run; Washington, 26, run. PATS David Henlhaw 5, kick. IncleeenderKc? Kori THIls fll, pass from Sleue Dllhnan. PAT nud Maxwell. Q" MATCH WINTER TREADS OR DLC-100 NEW TREADS RETREADS ON SOUHD TIRE BOOKS OR ON YOUR OWN TIMES wm WMM WHITEWALLSor BLACKWALLS ANY SIZE LISTED! Plus 370 to 680 per tire Fed. ex. tax and 2 tires of same size off your car. 7.75-15 7.75-14 7.35-15 7.35-14 6.95-14 7.00-13 6.50-13 LARGER SIZES TWO FOR $31 BUY TODAY! WAYS TO CHARGE Prlcud « shown at l-iiesione Stores. 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