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SAUNA JOURNAL SPORTS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1996 T HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL Ell-Saline topples Inman SALINE COUNTY STATS PACK Statistics from Friday's county high school games Second-ranked Cards remain perfect, but Teutons put up fight 6y DARAN NEUSCHAFER tile Salina Journal 1 —. , . BROOKVILLE — The score- Aboard may not have told the entire story, but the outcome was the same as it has been all year for Ell\ Saline: another victory. •• But this time the opponent at 'least put up a fight as Ell-Saline • got by pesky Inman, 27-6, Friday : night in Class 2-1A district play. " The second-ranked Cardinals, now 7-0 on the year, dominated in ' the total yardage department as it ' has all year, as Ell-Saline entered the contest averaging nearly 500 'yards per game. The Cardinals • didn't hurt that average, tallying • 443 yardg in the game, with 409 of '"those coming on the ground. 1 'But a 14-0 lead at halftime, left some of the home crowd usually accustomed to seeing large Ell- Saline leads by intermission, feeling a bit uneasy. \However, for Ell-Saline coach Chris Barkley, a win is all he's really concerned about this time of year. "I don't really care if we don't win by 50 points," said Barkley, whose squad had entered the game averaging more than 40 points per contest. "As long as you win by one point, that is all that matters. "But I was real happy with our defensive effort and our rushing attack because Inman is a pretty solid football team. They are by far the best we have played this year." Inman showed Ell-Saline that it wasn't about to be another sacrificial lamb for the Cardinals early. The Teutons recovered a fumble by Ell-Saline's Jack O'Neal on the game's first play from scrimmage. And helped out by an unsports- manlike conduct penalty on the Cardinals, Inman drove all the way to the Ell-Saline 10 before Chris Worthing missed on a 27- yard field goal attempt. Ell-Saline took over and promptly drove the ball deep into Inman territory only to turn the ball over HIGH SCHOOL Inman 6 Ell-Saline 27~ on downs. Following a three-and-out series by the Teutons, Ell-Saline again ventured into the red zone, and again gave the ball up after failing on fourth down. Two drives deep into Inman territory and no points by the Cardinals. "That is probably the thing that really disappointed me the most, was our inability to score when we got inside (Inman's) twenty. We did a nice job getting there and then we would kind of self-destruct," said Barkley, whose squad moved to 7-0. Ell-Saline's next drive was vintage Cardinals, moving the ball 49 yards in 11 plays, all on the ground, before O'Neal made up for his early fumble with a 2-yard scoring plunge. James Anderes PAT made it 7-0 with just over six minutes left in the first half. Seconds later, Cardinal quarterback Craig Augustine kept the ball on the veer and scampered 76 yards for a touchdown on Ell- Saline's first play after a Teuton punt. That gave Ell-Saline two touchdowns in one minute and five seconds and a 14-0 lead. "That was a big turning point, because Inman was playing well defensively, and when Craig broke that long one, it kind of gave our offense a little momentum," said Barkley. Augustine added another pair of touchdowns in the second half. The first on a 16-yard run and the other when the 6-foot-2 senior found junior end Curtis Johnson open for a 9-yard scoring strike in the fourth quarter to complete the scoring. Augustine finished the night with 184 yards on just 18 carries, while O'Neal, in just his second game of the season following an injury, rushed 28 times for 174 yards. Next up for the Cardinals is a showdown with undefeated and sixth-ranked Sacred Heart next Friday at Martin Stadium. "I'm just ready for it to be here," said Barkley of the much-anticipated matchup of the intra-county rivals. "We just need to make sure we are ready to play because I am sure Sacred Heart is going to be fired up for this one." HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL RESULTS .'••' GOESSEL 75, HOPE 36 Goessel 14 16 23 22-75 ' Hope 16 8 0 12-36 • 'Goessel - Flaming (7) 16, 9, 32, 34, 48, 2, 9 runs; • Cooper 35 run; Bedllng 44 pass from Reed. PAT Flaming 2 runs; Cooper 2 runs; Reed run; Gleason pass from Reed; Reed kick. i^Bope - McMahan (4) 28, 22, 20, 14 passes from EVedy; Brockmeier 3 pass from Rledy. PAT - McMahan 2 pass from Rledy; Lister pass from Rledy. ,-.'.;<' SYLVAN 52, DOWNS 8 Downs (3-4) 0 8 0 x - 8 -SyWan(7-0) 40 0 12 x - 52 . 'Downs - Doane 15 run. PAT - Doane run. , Sylvan - Wlese (2) 32,5 runs; Keller 51 run; Meyer 15 pass from Frederking; C.Meitler 15 run; Sheldon 40 < run; Cheney 35 pass from C.Meltler; D.Meitler 20 pass t f$m C.Meltler. PAT - C.Miller 2 runs; Cheney 1 pass ' Iron) C.Meltler; Wlese 2 runs. SMOKY VALLEY 48, RUSSELL 0 Smoky Valley (5-2). 211413 0-48 Russell (0-7) 0000-0 Smoky Valley - Leroy (3) 1,16, 8 runs; Bishop (2) 13, 1 runs; Swlsher 10 pass from Nelson; Carlson 4 run. PAT - Anderson 6 kicks. ,f HALSTEAD 33, EUREKA 7 Halstead 12 15 0 6-33 . Eureka . 0070-7 ; Halstead - Armendarlz(2) 45,1 run; Hlbler 3 run; Bennett (2) 1,1 runs. PAT - Latlmer 2 kicks; Hawkins pass ' from Bennett. t'.W- Moody 13 pass from Ford. PAT - Lute kick. <^ i: ' NORLAND 40, LENORA 12 Lertora 0 0 12 0-12 , Mcfland ' 32 0 0 8 - 40 Lenora - Day 21 pass from Becker; Lour 5 pass from •Becker. '••MoHand - Shawn Crayton 43, 6, 51 punt return; Acheson 31 run; Atkins 2 run. PAT - Acheson run, pass from Born; Born run; Hart run; Meier pass from Born. '1.^' K. BELOIT 43, MINNEAPOLIS 7 ' Beloit 14 B 0 21 - 43 ; Minneapolis 7000-7 . ,Betoit - Lange (3) 6, 24, 3 runs; Tlce 1 run; Odle 5 ' run; Grace 15 pass from Heidrlch. PAT - Isbell 3 runs; ' Selfert kick. .' Denlson 11 run. PAT - Parks kick. '*' QUIVIRA HEIGHTS 36, WILSON 12 Qulvira Heights (5-2) 616 6 8-36 Wilson (5-2) 0 0 6 6-12 Quivlra Heights - Strode 11 pass from Blanche!!; Rogers 5 run; Parsons 43 pass from Blanche!!; Ringwald 24 run ; Lamia fumble recovery end zone. PAT - Rosgood run; Parsons pass from Blanche!!; Ross pass from Blanche!). Wilson - Pasek 1 run; Bohnen 6 pass from Pasek. & HOXIE 26, ATWOOD 24 Hoxie (3-4) 12 0 6 8-26 Atwood(2-5) 12 12 0 0-24 Hoxie - Mauck (2) 72, 70 runs; Meyer 59 run; Mader J 67 run. PAT - Mauck run. ,. Atwood - Luedke (4) 1, 25, 3, 17 runs. •>' '•"'• HESSTON21.HILLSBOROO , Hesston ' ' 7 7 7 0 - 21 'H]l|sboro 0000-0 •' Hesston - Dreler 1 run; Walton 2 run; Erb 12 run. PAT ' - Stansbury 3 kicks. ' ''*'' CENTRE 53, SOLOMON 8 ••Solomon (1-6) 0 B x x- B £ef)tre'(7-0) 28 25 x x - 53 -1 Solomon - Grey 25 pass from Kelsey. PAT - Bruhl piss Irom Kelsey. .Centre - Steiner (4) 64, 49 punt returns, 8, 13 run; Castillo 22 pass from Hanschu; Hanschu 18 run; Hajek 1 6 pass from Carlson; McGee 2 run; Safety. PAT- Han. schu run; Blna kick. '"' . ST. FRANCIS 20, HILL CITY 0 ' St. Francis (3-4) 7 0 7 6-20 , Hill-City (6-1) 0000-0 St. Francis - McAtee (2) 1, 5 run; Faylor 1 run. PAT i Gabel 2 klqks. ST. JOHN'S-BELOIT 52, TIPTON 48 SJ-Belolt (5-2) 14 0 14 6-52 rTlbton (1-5) 8 20 14 6 - 48 S>Belolt - Brown (3) 30, 23, 3 runs; Budke (2) 2, 20 runs; Niewald 30 run; Schwerman 30 pass from Brown. PAT - Brown 3 runs; Budke 2 runs. Tlpion - May (3) 7, 4, 6 runs; Tonne 28 run; Timbers (2) 70, 60 passes Irom Tonne; Magette 25 pass from Tonne. PAT - Timbers 2 runs; Holerlch pass from Tonne. CHAPMAN 20, CLAY CENTER 12 Chapman (4-3) 7 7 0 6-20 Clay Center (1-6) 0 6 6 0-12 Chapman - Longorla 4 pass from Krinhop; Hanney 19 run; Small 9 pass from Krinhop. PAT - Sandow 2 kicks. Clay Center - Pfltzenmeier 5 run; Henry 55 run. PLAINVILLE 35, OSBORNE 0 Osbome (0-7) '0000-0 Plalnvllle (3-4) 14 7 7 7-35 Plainvllle - Anderson (2) 11, 48 runs; LeDuke (2) 15, 6 runs; Ross 28 run. PAT - Anderson run; Clapp 3 kicks. NICKERSON 27, ELLSWORTH 6 Nickerson 0 7 12 8-27 Ellsworth 6000-6 Nickerson - Jones 42 pass from Kroll; Kroll 9 run; Self (2) 21,12 run. PAT-Jones kick, pass from Kroll. Ellsworth - Ploutz 28 pass from Kueser. CENTRAL CHRISTIAN 38, TESCOTT 36 Central Christian 14 618 0-38 Tescott 0 8 16 12 - 36 Central Christian - Holmes 3 run; Devries (3) 1, 8, 8 runs; Wright 29 pass from Walters; Blery 20 pass from Walters. PAT-Walters run. Tescott - Oettlng (2) 60, 58 runs; Doran 17 run; Anderson (2) 34,25 passes from Getting. PAT - Oettlng 3 runs. WACONDA EAST 46, PIKE VALLEY 30 Wacona East 12 1414 6 - 46 Pike Valley 16 6 8 0-30 Waconda East (7-0) - Trevor Linton 8, 1 run; Kam Gaston 6, 8 pass from Linton; Hennlngsen 24 run; Fraenza 5 pass from Linton; McPeak 1 run. PAT Cunningham pass from Union; Gaston pass from Linton. Pike Valley (5-2) - Trevor Burgess 58, 8, 5 runs; Michael Gila 66 run; PAT - M.GIIe 2 runs; Burgess run. SCOTT CITY 35, COLBY 6 Scott City 7 7 7 14-35 Colby 0060-6 Scoring not provided by home team. HILLCREST 46, JEWELL 36 Jewell 14 8 0 14 - 36 Hillcrest 6 26 6 8-46 Jewell - Ramsey (2) 32, 8 run; Garman 13 run; Robl- nett 24 pass from Taylor; Taylor 5 run. PAT - Garman 2 runs; Roblnett pass from Taylor. Hillcrest - B.Levosky (3) 39, 51 runs, 8 pass from N.Levosky; Henke (2) 48 run, 38 pass from N.Levosky; Revell 5 pass from N.Levosky; N.Levosky 4 run. PAT- B.Levosky run; Revell run. KENSINGTON 56, LOGAN 12 Kensington 22 8 8 18 - 56 Logan 12 0 0 0-12 Kensington - Yoxall (4) 13, 55, 5, 5 runs; Engelke (2) 4, 9 runs; Beckman 17 pass from Bearley. PAT - Yoxall 4 runs; Bearley 2 runs; team safety. Logan - Kemper (2) 1 run, 78 kickofl return. STOCKTON 59, LINCOLN 12 Lincoln (1-6) 6 0 0 6-12 Stockton (4-3) 16 14 15 14 - 59 Lincoln - Lohmann 58 pass from Gebhart; Huehl 40 run. Stockton - VanEaton (5) 38, 2, 7, 4, 1 runs; McReynolds 1 run; Perez 45 Interception return; Wagner 14 run. PAT - McReynolds run; Bice 3 kicks; Dix pass from McReynolds; VanEaton 2 runs. NESS CITY 67, QUINTER 0 Qulnter 0000-0 Ness City 40 19 8 0-67 Ness City - Stockwell (3) 14,44, 26 runs; VanDegritt (3) 51, 23,1 runs; Gabel (2) 30, 21 runs; Muller82 run; Cranston 2 run. PAT - Muller run; Gabel run. CHAPMAN 20, CLAY CENTER 12 Chapman (4-3) 7 7 0 6-20 Clay Center (1-6) 0 6 6 0-12 Chapman - Longoria 4 pass from Krinhop; Hanney 19 run; Small 9pass from Krinhop. PAT - Sandow 2 kicks. Clay Center - Pfitzenmeler 5 run; Henry 55 run. NORTHERN VALLEY 42, EASTERN HEIGHTS 16 Eastern Heights (5-2) 8 0 0 8-16 Northern Valley (5-2) 14 0 14 14 - 42 Eastern Heights - Boyle'5 run; Forell 15 run. PAT - McClaln run; Gower run. Northern Valley - Dellmont (4) 11.24,24 passes from Cox, 34 pass Interception return; Hammond 45 pass from Cox; Hansen 40 run. PAT - Hansen run; Hammond run; Gebhard run. CHASE COUNTY 50, LEBO 20 Lebo (4-3) 6 0 0 14 - 20 Chase County (5-2) 14 29 0 7-50 Lebo - Christy (2) 7 run, 91 kickoff return, Botkln 52 run. PAY - Christy run. Chase County - Griffin (3) 3, 12 runs, 91 kickoff return; Wilson 29 pass from Scott, 28 fumble recovery; Rogers 10 run; Harshman 19 run. PAT - Kohlman 4 kicks; Rogers run, pass from Taylor. MIDWAY-DENTON 66, HANOVER 44 Mldway-Denton 20 8 22 16 - 66 Hanover 8 14 22 0-44 Mldway-Denton - Blanton (3) 2, 4, 42 runs; Fuhrman (5) 26, 31, 49, 36 runs, 19 pass from Blanton; Roberts 16 run. PAT - Arnold pass from Blanton; Blanton 2 runs; Fuhrman 2 runs; McConnaughey pass from Blanton. Hanover - D.Jueneman (3) 1, 21 runs, 52 pass from Uckteig; Llcktelg (2) 76 interception return, 3 run; G.Jueneman 60 pass from Llcktelg. PAT - Llcktlg run; G.Jueneman pass from Bruna; Rohr pass from Llck- telg; D.Jueneman run. NORTON 27, OBERLIN 6 Oberlin 0600-6 Norton 0 6 14 7-27 Oberlin - Stoney 11 paaa from Kettert. Norton - Williams (3) 2, 60, 22 runs; Jacobs 27 pass from Cox. PAT - Clydesdale pass from Cox! Cox kick. MARION 47, HERINGTON 7 Marlon 0 20 14 13 - 47 Herington 0070-7 Marlon - Williams (2) 11,6 runs; Hannaford (2) 1 run, 30 pass from Craft; King 28 pass from Craft; Hett 42 interception return. PAT - Hett 4 kicks; Williams kick. Herlngton - Mclntosh 1 run. PAT - Corna kick. BENNINGTON 57, SOUTHERN CLOUD 16 Bennington 8 22 13 14 - 57 Southern Cloud 0 610 0-16 Bennington - Morgan (2) 55,1 runs; Smith (2) 50 run, 95 kickoff return; Stenfors 15 run; Bruce (2) 15 run, 25 pass from Morgan; Brummer 1 pass from Morgan. PAT - Selfert 2 runs, 5 kicks. Southern Cloud - Welsh 8 pass from Copple; Wlsby 14 run; team safety. PAT - McMillan run. ABILENE 27, CONCORDIA 21 Abilene 7 14 0 6-27 Concordia 0 7 7 7-21 Abilene - Carver (2) 1, 11 pass from Racy; Desbin 9 run; Elliot 75 kickoff return. PAT - Miller 3 kicks. Concordia - Zimmerman 13 pass from Letoumeau; Schmidt 15 pass from Letourneau; Letourneau 5 run. PAT - Letourneau 3 kicks. Scores Results of games played Thursday: BV North 3, SM Mlege 0 KG Harmon 28, SM East 20 Olathe South 58, KC Washington 46 Wichita Heights 26, Wichita East 6 Results of games played Friday: Andale 27, Haven 7 Anderson County 28, Prairie View 16 Argonla 27, Norwich 26 Arkansas City 34, Coffeyvllle 6 Ashland 34, South Barber 20 Atchlson County 31, Horton 0 Attica 42, Dexter 20 Augusta 28, Douglass 16 Beloit 43, Minneapolis 7 Bennington 57, Southern Cloud 16 BV Randolph 47, Linn 0 Bucklln 42, Kinsley 11 Central Christian 38, Tescott 36 Central Heights 47, Yates Center 0 Centre 53, Solomon 8 Chanute28, lola 15 Chaparral 18, Klngman 13 Chapman 20, Clay Center 12 Chase County 50, Lebo 20 Cherryvale 13, Caney Valley 0 Chetopa 56, Oswego 6 Claflln 44, Otis-Bison 0 Clifton-Clyde 36, Valley Heights 16 Coldwater 44, Mlnneola 26 Dlghton 55, Ellis 0 Elllnwood12, Lyons 7 Ell-Saline 27, Inman 6 Erie 40, SE Cherokee 14 Fort Scott 27, Glrard 14 Frankfort 48, Washington 6 Garden City 10, Dodge City 0 Garden Plain 60, Caldwell B Goessel 75, Hope 36 Goodland 40, TMP-Marlan 16 Grinnell 56, Tribune 26 Halstead 33, Eureka 7 Hanston 56, Deertleld 42 Hesston 21, Hlllsboro 0 Hiawatha 35, Atchison 16 • Hillcrest 46, Jewell 36 Hoxie 26, Atwood 24 Immaculata 30, Pleasant Ridge 8 Ingalls 42, Satanta 6 Jeff North 41, Highland 22 Kensington 56, Logan 12 LaCrosse 30, Victoria 0 Lakln 19, Clmarron 18 Lawrence 24, Topeka High 6 Little River 54, Pratt Skyline 14 Lyndon 54, Buriingame 0 Macksvllle 78, Pretty Prairie 30 Mankato 36, Nelson, Neb. 27 Marion 47, Herington 7 Maur Hill 17, Jeff West 6 McLouth 40, Eudora 7 McPherson 32, Great Bend 20 Meade 20, South Gray 16 Medicine Lodge 34, Cheney 27 Midway Denton 66, Hanover 44 Moriand 40, Lenora 12 Moundridge 43, Remington 14 Nemaha Valley 39, Wathena 6 Ness City 67, Qulnter 0 Newton 30, Maize 6 Nickerson 27, Ellsworth 6 Northern Heights 40, Pomona 0 Northern Valley 42, Eastern Heights 16 Norton 27, Oberlin 6 Olpe 27, Madison 0 Parsons 55, Neodesha 36 Pawnee Heights 48, Bazlne 24 Peabody 32, Sedgwlck 20 Plainville 35, Osbome 0 Pratt 62, Hugoton 0 Protection 52, Lewis 22 Rlley County 28, Wabaunsee 14 Rolla 61, Fowler 0 Rose Hill 22, Clearwater 16 . Royal Valley 42, St. Mary's 14 Qulvira Heights 36, Wilson 12 Sabetha 13, Holton 6 St. Francis 20, Hill City 0 SJ Beloit 52, Tlpton 48 SJ Military 60, Wakefield 0 Salina Central 58, Topeka Highland Park 7 Salina Sacred Heart 47, Canton-Galva 0 Sallna South 37, Hays 22 Santa Fe Trail 21, Council Grove 14 Scott City 35, Colby 6 Sharon Springs 42, Cheylln 20 Silver Lake 42, Oskaloosa 6 Smoky Valley 48, Russell 0 SE Saline 28, Belleville 27 (ot) SW Heights 19, Holcomb 13 Stanton County 37, Elkhart 16 Sterling 65, St. John 6 Stockton 59, Lincoln 12 Sylvan 52, Downs 8 Thayer 59, Cedar Vale 36 Topeka Hayden 38, Perry-Lecomptpn 16 Topeka Seaman 10, Shawnee Heights 3 . Topeka Washburn Rural 35, Topeka West 14 Trego54, Leotl 12 Troy 52, Valley Falls 28 Ulysses 41, Larned 7 Valley Center 34, Buhler 13 Wellsville 37, Osage City 0 West Elk 38, Altoona-Mldway 7 Wichita Northwest 47, Hutchlnson 0 Wlnfield25, Andover 13 Sallna South 37, Hays 22 GAME IN STATS HHS SS First downs 13 12 Rushes-yards 32-46 41-392 Passing yards 273 59 Com-Atl-lnl 14-30-0 2-6-0 Total offense 62-319 47-451 Fumbles-lost 3-2 1-0 Punts-average 6-38.2 4-35.5 Penalties-yards 7-69 3-25 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - HAYS: Peters 4-(-17), Younger 4-8, LaBarge 17-62, Jackson 4-2, Herold 6-(-3), Woofter 12. SALINA SOUTH: Porter 10-26, Kee 10-141, Ross 20-220, Graham 1-5. PASSING - HAYS: Peters 14-29-0-273, LaBarge 01-0-0. SALINA SOUTH: Kee 2-6-0-59. RECEIVING - HAYS: Jackson 11-219, Younger 111, LaBarge 1-7, Haworth 1-36. SALINA SOUTH: Thrower 1 -33, Newcomer 1 -26. PUNTING - HAYS: Peters 6-36.2. SALINA SOUTH: Butler 4-35.5. SCORING SUMMARY Hays 0 3 7 12-22 Salina South 7 7 0 23-37 Flrit Quarter SS - Ross 54 run (Butler kick), 0:07. Second Quarter SS - Porter 3 run (Butler kick), 1:57. HHS - Slmoneau 42 field goal, 0:04. Third Quarter HHS - Jackson 38 pass from Peters (Slmoneau kick), 1:04. Fourth Quarter SS - Ross 17 run (Butler kick), 11:55. HHS - Jackson 60 pass from Peters (run fall), 10:27. SS - Kee 74 run (kick fall), 9:02. SS - Butler 30 field goal, 5:09. SS - Kee 1 run (Butler kick), 3:33. HHS - Haworth 36 pass from Peters (kick fall), 3:03. Southeast of Saline 28, Belleville 27 GAME IN STATS B SES First downs 12 15 Rushes-yards 49-177 40-149 Passing yards 37 102 Comp-att-lnl 3-11-1 6-16-1 Total offense 60-214 56-251 Fumbles-lost 1-1 4-4 Penalties-yards 7-55 5-70 Punts-avg. 1-20 1-32 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: Belleville: Weaver 1-3, Sells 20-77, Slem- sen 19-70, Navls 9-27. SE-Sallne: Kejr 9-26, Redden 13-82, Thane Douglas 15-36, Tyson Douglas 3-5. PASSING: Belleville: Navls 3-10-1 37, Sells 0-1-0 0. SE-Sallne: Thane Douglas 6-16-1 102. RECEIVING: Belleville: Poole 1-8, Wiley 2-29. SESallne: Thlel 4-70, Meyer 1-7. Tyson Douglas 1-25. PUNTING: Belleville: Wren 1-20. SE-Sallne: Schwarz 1-32. SCORING SUMMARY Belleville 12 0 0 9 6-27 Southeast of Saline 0 7 0 14 7-28 First Quarter B-Slemsen 2 run (run failed), 10:43. B-Spltler fumble recovery In end zone (run failed), 2:09. Second Quarter SE-Thlel 37 pass from Thane Douglas (Thlel kick), 0:00. Fourth Quarter B-Siemsen 4 run (pass failed), 8:35. SE-Thlel 3 pass from Thane Douglas (Thane Douglas run), 4:00. SE-Thane Douglas 6 run (pass failed), 1:26. B-Huncovsky 21 FG, 0:00. Overtime B-Slemsen 6 run (pass failed). SE-Redden 4 run (Thlel kick). Sacred Heart 47, Canton-Galva 0 GAME IN STATS SH CO First downs 20 11 Rushes-yards 53-390 19-38 Passing yards 116 122 Com-Att-Int 2-6-1 12-34-3 Total offense 59-506 53-160 Fumbles-lost 1-0 3-1 Penalties-yards 7-77 8-70 Punts-avg. 3-31.3 6-28.3 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - SACRED HEART: Bonilla 14-161, Knlpp 20-129, Ryan 11-64, Ash 4-25, Walker 1-4, Jaquay 14, Bechard 1-3, Herbel 1-0. CANTON-GALVA: Pavlovich 7-32, Moran 4-2, J.Koehn 4-5, Helm 1-6, Hoppes 3-(-7). PASSING - SACRED HEART: Ash 2-6-1-116. CANTON-GALVA: Hoppes 12-34-3-122. RECEIVING - SACRED HEART: Loslk 1-96, Ryan 120. CANTON-GALVA: McMannls 6-75, Cuthbertson 29, Pavlovich 2-19, Nelson 1-12, Helm 1-7. PUNTING - SACRED HEART: Loslk 3-31.3. CANTON-GALVA: L.Koehn 6-28.3. SCORING SUMMARY Sacred Heart 7 25 0 15 - 47 Canton-Galva 0000-0 First Quarter SH - Bonilla 2 run (kick failed), 5:43. Second Quarter SH - Ash 1 run (Ash run), 10:28. SH - Loslk 96 pass from Ash (kick failed), 7:43. SH - Ash 40 Interception return (run failed), 8:12. SH - Knlpp 34 run (pass failed), 4:58. Fourth Quarter SH - Bonlfla 2 run (Knlpp run), 11:33. SH - Ash 19 run (Schmltz kick), 5:09. Ell-Saline 27, Inman 6 First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Comp-Att-Int Total plays-yards Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Punts-Avg 12 25-69 95 10-28-1 51-174 3-1 5-40 6-40.2 E9 24 53-409 44 3-9-0 62-453 0-0 8-76 1-16.0 :St. John's shuts out Wakefleld for season's fifth victory By The Journal Staff WAKEFIELD — Steve Marcy rushed for 175 yards on 19 carries and scored six touchdowns Friday night as St. John's Military toppled .Wfckefield 60-0 in a game called at nalftime by the 45-point rule. It was St. John's second victory : pf the season over Wakefield. . <';•' THIGH SCHOOL STATE TENNIS Marcy also had 143 yards in receptions. He scored on runs of 4,1, 65 and 32 yards. He caught two touchdown passes and ran for two two-point conversions. St. John's, which Jed 28-0 after one quarter, raises its record to 5-2. Wakefield falls to 0-7. St. John's rolled up 220 yards rushing and had 187 yards passing from quarterback Alex Midyette. Midyette was 5 for 5 passing. Wakefield was hampered by four turnovers — three fumbles and an interception. • Goessel 75, Hope 36 — At Hope, Scott Flaming scored seven touchdowns to lead Goessel to victory in a non-district contest. Goessel led just 30-24 at halftime but erupted for 23 third-quarter points to take command. With its starting tailback, Kent Jacobson, injured, Hope's running game was nonexistent. Hope quarterback Brent Riedy threw 58 times, completing 24 for 387 yards and five TDs. Four of those scores went to end Cody McMahan. Central doubles team in semifinals .'Moshier, Wilson easily Win first two matches ;at Class 5A tourney '%y The Journal Staff '- McPHERSON — Salina Central's doubles team of Sydney Moshier ; and Ashley Wilson are two victo- 1 ries from a state championship. ' • jPlaying some of their best tennis 1 b«the season, the Mustang juniors ! lalt only one game in two matches 1 Breaching the semifinals of the ! 'class 5A State Tournament on Fri- 'ctay. Moshier and Wilson meet Great Bend's Melissa DeLong and Krista Price in one semifinal this morning at 10:00. The teams have split two matches this season. "If (Moshier and Wilson) play as well as they did today, they should win it," said Central coach Jim LoVullo. "They went for the throat today. They didn't give anyone a break. It's the most focused I've seen them in awhile." Moshier and Wilson opened with a 6-0, 6-0 victory over Independence's Courtney Smith and Stephanie Schroeder. The Central pair then whipped Blue Valley North's Kristen Kelly and Kelly Miller, 6-0, 6-1. "Sydney and Ashley were intent on getting to the semifinals and they weren't going to let anyone stop them," LoVullo said. Central's other doubles team of Lindsay Warrington and Rochelle Hamman nearly reached the semifinals, losing to Blue Valley North's Claire Berger and Amy Unell in the quarterfinals, 6-4, 6-2, after beating regional winner Chris Kelly and Amanda Torbett (6-4, 6-4) in the first round. "It would have been great to get both doubles teams in the semifi- INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: hWorthlng 6-14, Slsson 11-37, Schrag 613, Edlger 2-5. ES:O'Neal 28-174, J. Augustine 3-20, C. Augustine 18-184, Mannel 3-i>3, Kohart 1-8. PASSING: Worthing 9-25-1-67, Frtesen 1-1-0-28. ES:C. Augustine 3-9-0-44. RECEIVING: hWorthlng 1-28, Oard 2-10, Slsson 618, Neufeld 2-39.. ESJohnson 3-44. PUNTING: hWorthlng 6-40.2. ESlantz 1-16.0. SCORING SUMMARY Inman 0 0 0 6 - 6 Ell-Saline 0 14 6 7 - 27 Second Quarter ES - O'Neal 2 run (Anderes kick), 6:08. ES - C. Augustine 76 run (Anderes kick), 5:03. Third Quarter ES - C. Augustine 16 run (kick falls), 6:17. Fourth Quarter I - Edlger 2 run (pass falls), 7:51. ES - Johnson 9 pass from C. Augustine (Anderes kick), 4:22. SJ Military 60, Wakefield 0 SJM W First downs 5 . 6 Rushes-yards 31-220 16-42 Passing yards 187 95 Comp-Att-Int 6-6-0 8-20-1 Total plays-yards 37-407 24-137 Fumbles-lost 4-1 3-3 Penalties-yards 6-70 1-15 Punts-Avg 0-0 5-29 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: SJ:Marcy 19-175, McGIII 5-36, Miller 2-3, Williams 1-6, Midyette 2-0, Llorente 2-0. Wakeflald:Ryan 2-6, Hooper 6-15, Culllp 6-20, Nichols 1-3, Bagwell 1-(-2). PASSING: SJ:M!dyette 5-5-0 146, Llorente 1-1-0 39. Wakefleld:Cooper 7-14-1 86, Hooper 1-6-09. RECEIVING: SJ:Vlenl 2-3, McGII11-28, Marcy 3-143, Leonard 1-39. Wakefleld:Homer 6-81, Culllp 1-14. PUNTING: SJ:0-0. Wakefleld:Bowman 2-20.5, Ryan 3-30.5. SCORING SUMMARY SJ Military 28 32 X x - 60 Wakefield 0 0 x x - p Flrtt Quarter SJM - Marcy 4 run (run failed), 7:50. SJM - Marcy 1 run (Vlenl pass from Midyette), 5:21. SJM - McGII110 run (run failed), 2:25. SJM - Marcy 65 run (Marcy run), 0:00. Second Quarter SJM - Marcy 32 pass from Midyette (Marcy run), 10:38. ' i SJM - Marcy 32 run (McGIII run), 8:01. SJM - Marcy 78 pass from Midyette (McGIII ruri), 4:11. SJM - Leonard 39 pass from Llorente (Miller run), 1:32. Sallna Central 58 Topeka-Hlghland Park 7 SC THP First downs 23 '4 Rushes-yards 63-404 25-43 Passing yards 120 1?7 Comp-Att-Int 4-7-0 2-13r2 Total plays-yards 70-524 38-170 Fumbles-lost 6-3 2-0 Penalties-yards 1-5 4-42 Punts-Avg 0-0 5-39.6 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: SC: Wallace 34-276, Wilson 2-14, Huseman 1-15, Schwab 3-8, Brown 6-29, Just 1-7, Hancock 16-47, Perez 0-2, Fellers 1-6. THP: Thompson 14-48, Patterson 5-14, Culler 1(-5), Neal 4-8, Mulryan 1-(-2), PASSING: SC: Huseman 2-4-0,54 yards; Wilson 2-30,76 yards. THP: Culler 2-13-2,127 yards. RECEIVING: SC: Miller 1-67, Schwab 1-25, Lamorje 1-9, Just 1-29. THP: Parks 1-99, Patterson 1-28. , PUNTING: SC: NA. THP: Mulryan 5-39.6. i SCORING SUMMARY i Salina Central 16 28 7 7-58 Topeka Highland Park 0 0 0 7 - |7 First Quarter i SC - Wallace 54 run (Schom kick) ; SC - Safety SC - Wallace 47 run (Schom kick) Second Quarter SC - Wallace 4 run (Schom kick) SC - Wallace 1 run (Schom kick) SC - Newman 10 Interception return (Schom kick) SC - Wallace 13 run (Schom kick) Third Quarter SC - Wallace 4 run (Schom kick) Fourth Quarter SC - Brown 14 run (Schom kick) THP - Parks 99 pass from Culler (Akin kick) Beloit powers past Minneapolis By The Journal Staff MINNEAPOLIS — Levi Lange rushed for 167 yards on 33 carries and three touchdowns to lead Beloit to a 43-7 victory over Minneapolis Friday night in a Class 3A District 10 game. It was Beloit's fifth win in a row. Beloit (6-1) entertains No. 3- ranked Southeast of Saline (7-0) in a pivotal game next Friday. Both will enter district play at 1-0. Lange, a senior, scored on runs of 6, 24 and 3 yards. Beloit led 22-7 at halftime and scored 21 points in the fourth quarter. BRIEFLY nals because we would have had a chance to win the team title," LoVullo said. "But I can't fault them for their effort." In the other doubles semifinal, McPherson's Heather Nippert and Kristin Bohnenblust will play Berger and Unell. In singles, Central sophomore Laura Seaton was eliminated after losing two straight matches. Seaton drew the top player in the state in Wichita Kapaun's Megan Russell, whose attempting to become the first Kansan to win four straight girls singles state titles. Salina Cup starts today at Elks CC The team from Salina Municipal Golf Course will attempt to successfully defend its title when the annual Salina Cup competition opens play today at Elks Country Club. The event matches 16 team members from each of Salina's three golf courses — Municipal, Elks and Salina Country Club — in a two- day Ryder Cup-type format. Today's competition includes 12 morning four ball matches and 12 afternoon Scotch matches. Sunday's play will be 24 singles matches. The Municipal squad broke the Elks' two-year winning streak in 1995. Salina Country Club is look-. ing for its first Cup title since 1991. 1-70 League volleyball tourney today at South The annual 1-70 League volleyball tournament will be held at Salina South High School today, with the round-robin event starting at 9 a.m. South will open against Manhattan, followed by matches against Topeka High, Junction City, Salina Central and Topeka West. Central's schedule begins with Junction City followed by Topeka West, Topeka High, South and Manhattan. The Central-South matchup will be the third meeting between the two teams this season and is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. The city foes met Thursday night at the City Triangular, with Central winning in two games. The tournament will be played on three courts with games scheduled at 90-minute intervals. There will be a one-hour lunch break starting at noon. The tournament schedule is in today's Scoreboard, Page C2. Manhattan (22-9) is the tournament's defending champion. Central (19-6) was second last year and South (17-10) was third. Johnson 2nd in national collegiate weight lifting MCPHERSON — Roy Johnson, a junior at McPherson College, ; placed second recently in Olympic weight lifting at the United State National Collegiate Championships in Gainesville, Ga. Competing in the super heavyweight division, Johnson com- 1 piled a 628.25 pound score for two lifts, the snatch and clean and : jerk. He lifted 275.5 pounds in the snatch and 352.5 pounds in the clean and jerk. ; The events brought 37 college ; athletes together for the U.S. 1 Weightlifting Federation national events. Each athlete had qualified earlier in this year at an event sanctioned by the USWF. Johnson's second-place finish ; qualifies him for national weight lifting competition. From Staff Reports

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