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THE SALINA JOURNAL SPORTS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1996 08 T HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL Mankato whips Waconda East CDUMTY STATS PACK Statistics from Friday's Saline County high school games Garman rushes for 420 yards to lead Cougars to 54-22 district win By The Journal Staff Mankato's Gavin Garman came up big in a huge way Friday night, leading the third-ranked Cougars to a 54-22 victory over seventh- ranked Waconda East in a battle of .Eight-Man I unbeaten teams. ., , Garman rushed the ball 30 times for a staggering 420 yards and scored four touchdowns as Mankato improved to 1-0 in District 6 and 8-0 overall. r Garman scored on runs of 21, 53, 70 and 75 yards as Mankato built a 36-16 lead at halftime. Waconda East, now 1-1 and 7-1, was paced by three touchdowns from junior running back Todd .Henningsen. • Abilene 28, Clay Center 13 -r At Abilene, the Cowboys set up next week's district showdown .with Chapman with a 15-point win over Clay Center. Matt Carver scored three touch- downs for the Cowboys, who improved to 2-0 in Class 4A, District 10 and 5-3 overall. The Cowboys led by just two points at halftime (15-13), but put the game in the third quarter with a pair of touchdowns. Clay Center dropped to 0-2 and 1-7. • Chapman 54, Concordia 32 — At Chapman, Jay Longoria came up with a big Anao game for the • tMuuuiiMt winning Irish. POUnnUP Longoria carried the ball just eight times, but gained 284 yards and scored four touchdowns on runs of 51, 65, 24 and 75 yards. The Irish rolled to a 40-14 lead at halftime to improve to 2-0 in District 10 (4A) and 5-3 overall. Chapman and Abilene meet next Thursday night in Chapman for the district championship. • Kensington 46, Northern Valley 0 — At Kensington, running back Trevor Engelke rushed for 245 yards and two touchdowns on 17 carries, leading the second- ranked Goldbugs to an easy victory in an Eight-Man II, District 9 game. Engelke scored on runs of 8 and 65 yards and Jason Yoxall tallied three times as Kensington (2-0 in the district and 8-0 overall) stayed unbeaten. Northern Valley, ranked eighth in Eight-Man II, dropped to 1-1 and 5-3. • Sylvan 68, Lucas-Luray 22 — At Luray, top-ranked Sylvan rolled to a 44-0 lead and never looked back to improve to 8-0 for the season. John Wiese scored five touchdowns for the Mustangs in the Eight-Man II, District 10 game. Lucas-Luray (1-1,4-4) scored 22 points in the fourth quarter, but Sylvan came back with 24 in the fourth quarter to end the game by the 45- point rule. Wiese finished the game with TD runs of 2,48, 4, 21 and 15 yards. • Marion 34, Hillsboro 0 — At Marion, Jerod Hett and Mike WilliamS both rush for over 100 yards as Marion improved to 6-2 overall and 2-0 in Class 3A, District 9. Hett rushed for 163 yards on 28 carries and kicked four extra points in the game, while Williams added 105 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries. Hillsboro dropped to 0-2 and 0-8 with the loss. The victory by Marion sets up next Thursday's district title game at home against Hesston. • St. John's Beloit 70, Downs 38 — At Beloit, Matt Brown scored five touchdowns as the Blujays qualified for the Eight-Man II playoffs. Brown scored on runs of 3, 31, 58 and 4 yards and returned a punt 41 yards for another score as St. John's improved to 2-0 in the three- team district and 6-2 overall. • Stockton 48, Osborne 6 Defending state champion (Class 2- 1A) Stockton got three touchdowns from Thane VanEaton and two from Travis Wagner as the Tigers rolled. VanEaton scored on runs of 34 and 31 yards and caught a 14-yard pass from Aron McReynolds as Stockton improved to 2-0 in District 11 and 5-3 overall. Stockton and Plainville meet HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL RESULTS HOPE 79, EMMANUEL CHRISTIAN 30 Emmanuel Christian 0 14 8 8-30 ". Hope (4-4) 24 16 19 20 - 79 Emmanuel Christian - Qlen (2) 6 run, 39 pass from • Larson; Larson (2) 1 run, 73 klckolf return. PAT - Qlen • Tun; Larson run; Benglson run, ' Hope - McMahan (3) 14, 29 passes from Rledy, 17 ,' 'kltkolt return; Jacobson (2) 13,10 runs; Lister (2) 4, 5 . runs; O'Bray (2) 5, 1 runs; Brockmeler 7 pass from Rledy. PAT - Jacobson 3 runs: McMahan 2 passes •' 'from Rledy; O'Bray run; Lister kick. \ » ', , TIPTON 50, NATOMA 0 Natoma (0-7). 0 0 x x - 0 flpton (2-5) 22 28 X X - 50 Tlpton - Jeremy May (3) 18, 21, 33 runs; Tonne (2) 18, 31 runs; Timbers 26 run; Jon May 7 pass from •• Gaspers. PAT - Jeremy May 2 runs; Gaspers run; Tlm- . there run. '' • KENSINGTON 46, NORTHERN VALLEY 0 , Northern Valley (5-3) 0000-0 . Northern Valley (8-0) 6 20 14 6-46 ' Kensington - Engelke (2) 2, 65 runs; Yoxall (3) 8, 21 . tuns, 31 fumble recovery; Bearley (2) 1, 2 runs. PAT, Dibble pass from Bearley; Yoxall run. PLAINVILLE 25, LINCOLN 12 Plainville (4-4) ' 13 6 0 6 - 25 Lincoln (1-7) . 0 0 6 6 - 12 Plainville - Anderson 10 run; Zaborktsky 16 pass from • Anderson; Ross (2) 5, 58 runs. PAT - Clapp kick. Lincoln - Hortlng 3 run; Gebhart 2 run. .'.•' MARION 34, HILLSBORO 0 -Hillsboro 0000-0 'lylarion , 0 20 7 7 - 34 '"- Marion - Williams (2) 1, 12 runs; Whitewell (2) 12 blocked punt, 29 pass from Craft; Craft 1 run. PAT Hett 4 kicks. SYLVAN 68, LUCAS-LURAY 22 -Sylvan I 14 30 0 24 - 68 liicas-Luray . 0 0 22 0 - 22 ". Sylvan - Wiese (5) 2, 48,4, 21,15 runs; C.Keller (2) 5, 1 runs; J.Keller 2 run; C.Meltler 42 run. PAT - D.Meltler passes from C.Meltler, Wiese; Meyer pass from C.Meltler, C.Meltler run; Wiese 2 runs; Cheney pass from Wiese. Lucas-Luray - Dolton 41 run; Fell 68 pass from Palmer Bricker 12 pass from Palmer. PAT -Palmer run; Fell pass from Palmer. ABILENE 28, CLAY CENTER 13 Clay Center (1-7) 7 6 0 0-13 Abilene (5-3) 8 713 0-28 Clay Center - Browning 57 fumble recover, Pera 5 pass from Henry. PAT -Sauener kick. •' Abilene - Carver (4) 2,2,44 runs, 39 pass from Racy. PAT - Faulkner pass from Needham; Miller 2 kicks. MANKATO 54, WACONDA EAST 22 Mankato (8-0) 20 16 6 12 - 54 Waconda East (7-1) 8 8 0 6-22 Mankato - Garman (4) 21,53,70,75 runs; Zauner (2) 24,30 runs; Beck 1 run; Osbome 1 run. PAT-Osbome run; Uglow 2 passes from Beck. Waconda East - Hennlngson (3) 5, 23 26 ruins. PAT - Llnton 2 runs. ST. JOHN'S-BELOIT 70, DOWNS 38 Downs (2-6) 14 8 8 8-38 SJ-Belolt (6-2) 8 28 26 8-70 Downs - Bortz (2) 7, 56 runs; Ruthslrom 1 run; Tes- selle 31 pass from Doane; Shelllto 40 pass from Dillon. PAT - Doane 2 runs; Bortz run; Tesselle pass from Doane. SJ-Beloit - Brown (5) 3,31,58,4 runs, 41 punt return; Schwerman (2) 13,40 passes from Brown; Jason Budke (2) 11, 5 runs; Jeremy Budke 23 pass from Brown. PAT - Brown 2 runs; Schwerman pass from Brown; Jason Budke run, pass from Brown. ATWOOD 20, HILL CITY 8 Hill City (3-5) 0080-8 Atwood (3-5) 7 7 6 0-20 Hill City - JAckson 5 run. PAT - Rlley run. Atwood - Leudke (3) 8,4,3 Runs. PAT - Rassmusen 2 kicks. OTIS-BISON 12, VICTORIA 8 Otis Bison (5-3) 0 0 0 8-12 Victoria (2-6) 0008-8 Otis Bison - Dewald (2) 1 run, 29 pass from Schneider. Victoria - Drelllng 37 run. PAT - Scheck pass from Roben. WILSON 30, PIKE VALLEY 24 • Wilson 08616-16 Pike Valley 8 0 B 8-24 Wilson - Soukup 19 Run, Miller (2) 1, 3 passes from Pasek; Kasper 6 pass from Pasek. PAT - Nlehoff run; Bohnen pass from Pasek. Pike Valley - Burgess (2) 58,57 runs; Melby 26 pass Interception return. PAT - Burgess run; Brzon run; M.GIIe run. OBERLIN 55, PHILLIPSBURG 0 Phllllpsburg(1-7) 0000-0 Oberlln (5-3) 21 14 7 13 - 55 Oberlln - King (3) 2,35,4 runs; Gutchewsky 13 run; Elwood 4 run; Woolsey 4 run; Lelchllter 11 run; Salem 65 pass from Ketteri. PAT - Llpplemann 5 kicks; King run. STOCKTON 48, OSBORNE 6 Stockton 20 14 14 0-48 Osbome 6000-6 Stockton - VanCaton (3) 34, 31 runs, 14 pass from McReynolds; Wagner (2) 5, 52 runs; Picket! 19 pass from McReynolds; McReynolds 15 ran. PAT - Glen- ndenlng 6 klcks.3 Osbome - Thlbault 75 klckoff return. BELLEVILLE 53, MINNEAPOLIS 35 Minneapolis 7 10 6 12 - 35 Belleville 11 8 14 20 - 53 Minneapolis - Denison (2) 11, 69 passes from Harris; Plschl 86 ran; Harris 1 ran; Condray 37 pass from Harris; Hopkins 27 fieldgoal. PAT - Parks 2 kicks. Belleville - Sells (3) 14, 4 runs, 23 pass from Navls; Slemsen (2) 1, 1 runs; Wiley (2) 30, 36 pass from Navls, Huncovsky 31 fieldgoal. PAT - Poole pass from Navls; Sells run; Slemsen pass from Navls; Wiley pass from Navls. ELLSWORTH 13, RUSSELL 12 Russell 6 6 0 0-12 Ellsworth 6 7 0 0-13 Russell - Ewers 10 ran; Hoss 1 ran. Ellsworth - Gwlnner 27 pass from Kueser; Thompson 68 ran. PAT - Robl kick. CHAPMAN 54, CONCORDIA 32 Concordia 6 8 6 12 - 32 Chapman 21 19 14 0-54 Concordia - Essllnger 55 ran; Eubanks 1 ran; Wheeler 1 run; Schmidt (2) 27, 38 passes from Letourneau. PAT - Letourneau 2 kicks. Chapman'- Longoria (4) 51,65,24,75 runs; Daney 1 run; Johnson 20 pass from Krinhop; Deller 12 pas from Krlnhop; Jameson 26 run. PAT - Sandow 7 kicks. SOUTHERN CLOUD 44, WAKEFIELD 16 Southern Cloud 6 32 0 6-44 Wakefleld 0 0 0 16 - 16 Southern Cloud - Wyatt (4) 23,1,4, 20 runs; McClellan 18 pass from Copple; Garst 8 pass from Wlsby. PAT - Pazey pass from Copple; Copple ran; Darnell ran; Wlsby run. Wakefleld - Hooper 66 klckoff return; Goeckler 2 run. PAT - Goeckler ran, pass from Lloyd. HILLCREST 60, NORTH CENTRAL 14 Hlllcrest 38 22 x x - 60 North Central 014 x x - 14 Hlllcrest - Lesovsky (5) 51,34,15,33,27 runs; Henke (2) 45 ran, 40 Interception return; Revell 20 ran. PAT Revell 4 runs; Lesovsky 2 runs. North Central - N.Miller (2) 30, 15 runs. PAT - Uv- Ingston ran. FRANKFORT 49, CLIFTON-CLYDE 20 Frankfort 22 12 9 6-49 Clifton-Clyde 0 6 0 14 - 20 Frankfort - Suther (2) 16, 13 runs; Sedlacek 26 ran; L.Parthemer 55 punt return; Bergman 6 pass from Suther; Schrelner 14 pass from Sther; Burton 17 pass from Bergman; team safety. PAT - Bergman pass from Suther; D.Parthemer ran; Smith kick. Clifton-Clyde - LeClalr (2) 17, 8 runs; Stelnbrock 3 run. PAT - LeClalr run. LINN 56, HANOVER 20 Hanover (4-4) 8 6 0 6-20 Linn (8-1) 8 18 14 16 - 56 Hanover - D.Jueneman 27 pass from Llcktieg; Llck- tleg (2) 33,10 runs. PAT - Llcktieg ran. Linn - H.Hiltgen 5 ran; Wurtz 8 interception return; Mueller 36 pass from H.Hiltgen; Voelker 43 pass from H.Hiltgen; Peters (3) 2,4 runs, 23 pass from H.Hiltgen; Ohlde 2 run. PAT - Ohlde 3 runs; Rogge pass from C.HIItgen. NESS CITY 53, ELLIS 6 Ness City (8-0) 6 20 15 12 - 53 Ellis (3-5) 0006-6 Ness City - Stockwell (4) 5, 3, 65 runs, 40 pass from Mullen VanderGrift 52 run; Dexter 20 pass from Muller; Horchem 14 pass from Rebel; Rebel 47 Interception return. PAT - VanderGrift ran, kick; Stockwell ran. Ellis - Mickelson 8 run. FRIDAY'S SCORES CLASS 6A District 1 KC Harmon 30, SM South 14 SM East at Wyandotte, Sat. District 2 SM West 28, SM Northwest 7 BV Northwest 21, SM North 7 District 3 Olathe South 22, Olathe East 7 Olathe North 42, KC Washington 6 District 4 • Topeka 36, Leavenworth 32 Lawrence 35, Bear Creek, Colo. 7 "(non-district) District 5 Washbum Rural at Manhattan Junction City 22, Topaka West 13 District 6 Wichita Heights at Emporia ., Wichita East at Wichita North District 7 Wichita West at Wichita South . Derby at Wichita Southeast Districts Dodge City 26, Hutchlnson 0 Wichita Northwest 31, Garden City 16 CLASS SA District 1 BV North 40, KC Summer 12 Blue Valley 37, SM Miege 14 District 2 Aquinas 28, Ottawa 6 KCSchlagle 49, KC Turner 28 District 3 Sallna Central 63, Shawnee Heights 7 Topeka Seaman 46, Highland Park 14 District 4 , Arkansas City at Independence ColfeyvllleatPlttsburg Districts i.-'' Great Bend at Hays Sallna South 41, McPherson 28 Districts , Buhler33, Malze15 •; i Newton at Valley Center District? Wichita Kapaun at Andover • WlnfieU at El Dorado • , Districts ., Campus at Goddard '. liberal 65, Carroll 6 CLASS 4A District 1 Hiawatha 29, Jefferson West 14 Atchlson20, MaurHill 16 District 2 Lansing 29, KC Piper 24 KC Ward 34, Basehor-Linwood 14 District 3 Topeka Hayden 40, Council Grove 0 Perry-Lecompton at Santa Fe Trail • District 4 Gardner-Edgerton 13, Bonner Springs 7 OeSoto 30, Tonganoxle 14 District 5 Spring Hill 20, Baldwin 13 Louisburg 7, Paola 6 District 6 Prairie View 27, Osawatomie 6 Qarnett at Burlington District 7 Chanute 20, Glrard 0 Fort Scott at lola District 8 Neodesha at Labette County Parsons at Columbus District 9 Marysville 39, Holton 21 Sabetha at Wamego District 10 Abilene 28, Clay Center 13 Chapman 54, Concordia 32 District 11 Circle at Augusta Douglass 40, Fredonla 14 District 12 Mulvane at Rose Hill Clearwater at Wellington District 13 Smoky Valley 34, Nlckerson 0 Ellsworth 13, Russell 12 District 14 Haven 32, Klngman 0 Andale 35, Chaparral 0 District 15 Goodland 33, Colby 6 TMP-Marian at Scott City District 16 Lamed at Hugoton Ulysses 33, Pratt 8 CLASS 3A District 1 Efflngham 40, Wathena 14 Nemaha Valley 50, Morton 6 District 2 Pleasant Ridge at McLouth Immaculata 32, Eudora 14 District 3 Royal Valley 52, Oskaloosa 14 Silver Lake 25, St, Marys 0 District 4 Riley County 46, Mission Valley 6 Rock Creak 19, Wabaunsee 18 District 5 Pomona 33, Osage City 28 Wellsvllle 45, No. Heights 20 Districts Central Heights 37, Humboldt 0 Jayhawk-Linn at Yates Center District 7 Baxter Springs at Galena Rlverton at NE-Arma District 8 SE-Cherokee at Caney Valley Erie at Cherryvale Dlstrlct-9 Marion 34, Hillsboro 0 Hesston 50, Herington 7 District 10 Belleville 53, Minneapolis 35 Beloit 31, SE-SallneO District 11 • Halstead 50, Bluestem 6 Eureka at Wichita Collegiate District 12 Cheney at Belle Plaine Conway Springs 22, Medicine Lodge 18 District 13 Holcomb 40, Clmarron 27 SW Heights at Lakln District 14 Sterling 16, Elllnwood 12 St. John at Lyons District 15 Oberlln 55, Phlllipsburg 0 Smith Center 30, Norton 28 (ot) District 16 Holslngton 58, Leotl 7 Oakley at Trego CLASS 2-1A District 1 Frankfort 49, Clifton-Clyde 20 Washington 44, Valley Heights 21 District 2 Jackson Heights at Rossvllle Onaga 21, Centralla 7 District 3 Troy at Jefferson North Highland at Valley Falls District 4 Waverly 27, Burllngame 0 Lyndon 21, Marals des Cygnes 6 District 5 Lebo 33, Madison 13 Chase County 28, Olpa 0 District 6 Unlontown at Colgan Pleasanton at Frontenac District 7 West Elk at Central-Burden Altoona-Midway at Sedan District 8 Moundridge 42, Peabody 0 . Remington at Sedgwick District 9 Canton-Galva 39, Inman 22 Ell-Saline 21, Sacred Heart 3 District 10 Garden Plain 82, Udall 0 Oxford at Caldwell District 11 Stockton 48, Osborne 6 Plainville 25, Lincoln 12 District 12 Claflin 36, LaCrosse 6 Otis-Bison 12, Victorias District 13 Falrfleld 38, Kinsley 34 Bucklin 41, Greensburg 0 District 14 Syracuse at Elkhart Stanton County 39, Sublette 14 District 15 Atwood 20, Hill City 8 St. Francis at Hoxie District 16 Ellis at Ness City Oighton at Qulnter EIGHT-MAN I District 1 Wllllamsburg at Crest Hartford Idle District 2 Thayer at Chetopa (non-district) Oswego at St. Paul District 3 Pretty Prairie 34, Trinity 26 Burrton at South Haven (non- district) District 4 Burrton at South Haven (non- district) Fllnthills at Elk Valley District 5 Blue Valley at Midway-Denton Hanover at Linn District 6 Mankato 54, Waconda East 22 Wilson 30, Pike Valley 24 (non- district) District 7 Bennlngton 36, SJ-Military 34 (non-district) Southern Cloud 44, Wakefleld 16 District 8 Goessel 50, Centre 48 St. Marys Academy 54, Solomon 6 (non-district) District 9 Little River 22, Quivira Heights 14 Wilson at Pike Valley (non-district) District 10 Skyline at£unnlngham Protection at Stafford (non-district) District 11 Ashland 26, Coldwater 20 Norwich at South Barber (non- district) District 12 Attica 38, Argonla 28 Norwich at South Barber (non- district) District 13 Pawnee Heights at Spearvllle (non-district) Macksvllle 50, Jetmore 0 District 14 Meade at Mlnneola South Gray idle District 15 Satanta62, Deerfield 14 Rolla 52, Ingalls 6 (non-district) District 16 Sharon Springs at Grinnell Cheylin at Tribune EIGHT-MAN 11 District 1 Klckapoo Nation at Elwood (non-district) Oklahoma School for Deaf at KSD (non-district) District 2 Axtell at Balleyville Bern Idle District 3 Cedar Vale at Dexter Thayer at Chetopa (non-district) District 4 Hartford at Hamilton (non-district) Grldley at LeRoy District 5 Hope 79, Emmanuel Christian 30 (non-district) White City at Tescott (non-district) District 6 Central Christian 50, Chase 0 White City at Tescott (non-district) District 7 SJ-Belolt 70, Downs 38 Tlpton 50, Natoma 0 (non-district) District 8 Jewell at White Rock Hillcrest 60, North Central 14 District 9 Kensington 46, Northern Valley 0 Logan 42, Eastern Heights 36 District 10 Sylvan 68, Lucas-Luray 22 Tlpton 50, Natoma 0 (non-district) District 11 Healy at Brewster (non-district) Triplalns idle District 12 Jennings at Lenora (non-district) Morland 76, Golden Plains 30 District 13 Healy at Brewster (non-district) Ransom at Palco District™ Pawnee Heights at Spearville (non-district) Hanston 38, Bazlne 0 District 15 Rolla 52, Ingalls 6 (non-district) Moscow 65, Fowler 18 District 16 Protection at Stafford (non-district) Havlland at Lewis Sallna South 41, McPherson 28 GAME IN STATS S3 MAC First downs 16 15 Rushes-yards 42-287 41-192 Passing yards 15 167 Comp-Att-Int 1-4-0 13-24-0 Total plays-yards 46-303 55-359 Fumbles-lost 3-1 3-1 Penalties-yards 6-50 8-83 Punts-Avg 1-50.0 4-12.3 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING; SS; Kee 16-134, Ross 18-118, Graham 6-31, Le 1-(-4), Klingzell 1-8. MAC; Methany 32-124, Powell 5-69, Funk 1-0, Penn 1-(-5), Mendoza 2-4. PASSING: SS: Kee 1-4-0-15. MAC:Powell 13-240-167. RECEIVING: SS: Blrtenger 1-15. MAC:Marcelllno 6-35, Penn 5-86, Bench 1-23, Hale 1-23. PUNTING: SS: Butler 1-50.0. MAC: Schroeder 316.3, McPherson team 1-0.0. SCORING SUMMARY Sallna South 7 14 7 13 - 41 McPherson 0 14 0 14 - 28 First Quarter SS - Kee 2 run (Butler kick), 9:13. Second Quarter SS - Kee 1 run (kick fails), 10:46. MAC - Powell 2 run (Hoover kick), 8:10. SS - Kee 70 run (Kee run), 5:23. MAC - Metheny 8 run (Hoover kick), 4:15. Third Quarter SS - Kee 9 run (Butler kick), 7:00. Fourth Quarter SS - Ross 5 run (Butler kick), 9:47. MAC - Mendoza 1 run (pass falls), 5:03. SS - Ross 8 run (kick falls), 3:38. MAC - Metheny 2 run (Metheny run), :21. Ell-Saline 21, Sacred Heart 3 GAME IN STATS ES SH First downs 11 15 Rushes-yards 40-205 31-100 Passing yards 90 111 Com-Att-Int • 4-9-0 10-24-1 Total offense 49-295 55-211 Fumbles-lost 2-1 2-2 Penalties-yards 12-108 6-47 Punts-avg. 5-36.0 5-32.0 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - ELL-SALINE: O'Neal 14-115, C.Au- gustlne 21-75, Mannel 3-10, Anderes 2-5. SACRED HEART: Knlpp 17-50, Ryan 3-18, Bonilla 314, Ash 4-12, Walker 3-5, Herbel 1-1. PASSING - ELL-SALINE: C.Augustine 4-9-0-90. SACRED HEART: Ash 10-24-1-111. RECEIVING-ELL-SALINE: Lantz 1-33, Martin 116, Kohart 1-35, Johnson 1-6. SACRED HEART: Losik 4-33, Knlpp 2-28, Stottman 2-35, Walker 215. PUNTING - ELL-SALINE: Lantz 5-36.0. SACRED HEART; Losik 5-32.0. SCORING SUMMARY Ell-Saline 7 0 14 0-21 Sacred Heart 3 0 0 0-3 First Quarter ES - C.Augustine 19 run (Anderes kick), 11:16. SH - Schmltz 27 FG, 5:34. Third Quarter ES - O'Neal 2 run (Anderes kick), 5:06. ES - C.Augustine 1 run (Anderes kick), 2:15. Salina Central 63 Shawnee Heights 7 GAME IN STATS SH SC First downs 10 22 Rushes-yards 27-48 65-401 Passing yards 216 58 Comp-Att-Int 9-20-1 2-4-1 Total plays-yards 47-264 124-459 Fumbles-lost 1-1 0-0 Penalties-yards 6-45 1-5 Punts-Avg 5-29.6 0-0 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: SH: Pufahl 8-12, Ownes 9-32, Nickoley 6-(-2), Robinson 2-6, Sharp 1-0. SC: Wallace 38-273, Schwab 1-1, Hancock 19-77, Huseman 119, Perez 5-22, Wilson 1-10. PASSING: SH: Nlckolay 9-20-1-216. SC: Huseman 2-3-1-58, Wilson 0-1. RECEIVING; SH: Vamey 3-118, Fink 3-34, Brubaker 1-37, Sharp 2-27. SC: Weikle 1-41, Larson 1-17. PUNTING: SH: Jacobia 5-29.6. SC: NA. SCORING SUMMARY Shawnee Heights 0007-7 Sallna Central 14 21 14 14 - 63 First Quarter 1 SC - Wallace 8 run (Schorn kick) 9:02. »' SC - Wallace 2 run (Schorn kick) 3:28. Second Quarter SC - Wallace 4 run (Schorn kick) 8:57. SC - Weikle 41 pass from Huseman (Schom kick) 2:19. SC - Wallace 6 run (Schorn kick) 0:45. Third Quarter SC - Wallace 21 run (Schom kick) 5:55. SC - Wallace 4 run (Schorn kick) 3:57. Fourth Quarter SC - Wilson 10 run (Schom kick) 9:02. SH - Vamey 65 pass from Nlckoley (Nlckoley kick) 9:48. SC - Hancock 1 run (Schorn kick) 0:41. Beloit31, SE-SallneO GAME IN STATS SES BHS First downs 8 18 Hushes-yards 24-33 58-184 Passing yards 78 132 Com-Att-Int 9-17-2 5-10-0 Total offense 101 316 Fumbles-lost 2-2 3-1 Punts-average 5-39.2 2-47.0 Penalties-yards 8-60 5-30 INDIVIDUAL RUSHING - SOUTHEAST: Ke]r 7-4, Redden 7-9, Th. Douglas 9-17, Ty. Doublas 3-3. BELOIT: Lange 22-88, Isbell 8-19, Heldrick 12-0, Engelbert 15-47, Rowh 1-30. PASSING - SOUTHEAST: Ty. Douglas 9-17-782. BELOIT: Heldrick 5-10-132-0. RECEIVING - SOUTHEAST: Thlel 4-39, Loerach 3-34, Th. Douglas 1-3 Kejr 1-2. BELOIT: Grace 3117, Luke 2-15. PUNTING - SOUTHEAST: Schwarz 5-39.2. BELOIT: Isbell 2-47.0. SCORING SUMMARY Southeast 0000-0 Beloit 16 9 0 6-31 First Quarter B - Heidrlck 1 run (Welch pass from Heldrick), 7:59 B - Grace 79 pass from Heldrick (Isbell pass from Heidrlck), 3:19 Second quarter B - Grace 25 pass from Heldrick (pass failed), 11:07 B-Seyfert 27 field goal, 2:12 Fourth quarter B - Heidrlck 1 run (kick failed), 6:48 Bennington 36, SJ Military 34 GAME IN STATS B SJM First downs 17 13 Rushes-yards 51-186 40-181 Passing yards 91 '135 Comp-Att-Int 6-11-0 6-9-1 Total plays-yards 62-277 49-316 Fumbles-lost 1-0 3-2 Penalties-yards 4-46 6-63 Punts-Avg 3-32 2-38.5 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS . RUSHING: B: Daniels 26-120, Morgan 18-35, Smith 6-34, Bruce 1-(-3). SJM: McGII114-109, Marcy 20-76, Midyette 3-(-15), Williams 1-5, Vienl 1-4, Jend 1-2. PASSING: B: Morgan 4-10-0, 63 yards; Smlth,1- 1-0, 28 yards. SJM: Midyette 5-7-1, 99 yards; McGill 1-2-0, 36 yards. RECEIVING: B: Smith 3-55, Stenfors 1 r 8, Saenger 1-28. SJM: McGIII 3-64, Marcy 1-36, Williams 1-26, Vleni 1-9. ! PUNTING: B: Cole 3-108. SJM: Wagstaff 2-77, SCORING SUMMARY Bennlngton 14 16 6 0-36 SJ Military 6 14 0 14 -34 First Quarter SJM - McGill 2 run (pass fall), 8:45 B - Morgan 1 run (run fall), 4:16 B - Krause 5 Interception return (Daniels run) 0:08 Second Quarter B - Daniels 2 run (Morgan run), 9:27 B - Daniels 1 run (Stenfors pass from Morgan), 7:19 SJM - McGIII 74 run (run fail), 6:58 SJM - Marcy 1 run (McGill run), 1:40 Third Quarter B - Saenger 28 pass from Smith (run fall), 0:44 Fourth Quarter SJM - McGIII 45 pass from Midyette (Marcy run), 10:41 ' SJM - McGIII 2 run (run fall), 1:43 '• Bennington nips St. John's Military Bulldogs build big lead then hold off late charge by 'Skinners By BRIAN BAY The Salina Journal Reggie McGill scored four touchdowns and rushed for 109 yards for St. John's Military, but the Cadets fell short to Bennington on Friday night, 36-34 at Perkins Field. Bennington took a 30-20 halftime lead after „. - Plinn , Trevor Daniels ••W wlWMi. scored two sec- Bennlngton 36 ond-quarter sj-Mllltary 34 touchdowns on runs of 2 and 1 yards. Daniels led Bennington (5-3) with 120 yards on 26 carries. The Cadets (5-3) stiffened their defense in the second half, limiting the Bulldogs to 107 yards after yielding 170 in the first half. "Our defense stepped up after the first quarter after giving up 30 points by half," said St. John's coach Travis Shaw. "We made some mental mistakes." St. John's attacked the Bulldog defense in the second half, with McGill scoring two fourth-quarter touchdowns. McGill caught a long toss from quarterback Alex Midyette for a 45-yard score. Steve Marcy ran for two points, to cut the Bulldogs lead to 36-28 with 10:41 left. "We let up just a little on defense," said Bennington coach Jay Macy. "Give the credit to St. John's. They were bringing everybody on defense." After holding Bennington on downs, St. John's scored with 1:43 remaining on McGill's fourth touchdown, a 2-yard run. The score was set up on a pass of 25 yards to McGill from Midyette. Marcy swept left end on the two- point try, but Jesse Smith caught Marcy by the jersey and dragged him to the ground, a yard short of a tie. "Our offense is getting better every week," Macy said. "I am pleased with our intensity." "This is the best the kids have played. They really had their heart in it," said Shaw. "We just didn't get the breaks." V HIGH SCHOQL CROSS COUNTRY/VOLLEYBALL Regional cross country meets, sub-state volleyball tourneys unfold today •Saline County teams ..Attempt-to qualify today for state championships : By The Journal Staff , High school cross country squads begin postseason competition today, with runners attempting to extend their season one week by qualifying for the Kansas ; State Championships. ,, Regional events will be held at 12 sites around the state, including , two regionals at McPherson's polling Acres Golf Course. ., Salina Central and Salina South Will take part in the Class 5A regional at McPherson, while Ell- Saline and Sacred Heart will also run at Rolling Acres at a Class 2- 1A regional. Four of the 11 schools competing in the 5 A portion of the McPherson regional will qualify for state, along with the top five individuals from non-qualifying teams. Teams competing with South and Central will be Buhler, Goddard, Great Bend, Hays, Liberal, McPherson, Newton, Valley Center and Wichita Carroll. The girls race begins at 2 p.m., followed by the boys race at 2:30. Three of the 18 schools at McPherson will advance to the 2- 1A state meet, along with the top 10 individuals from non-qualifying teams. * Sacred Heart and Ell-Saline will run with athletes from Ashland, Burrton, Claflin, Coldwater, Garden Plain, Goessel, Hutchinson- Central Christian, Hutchinson- Trinity, Fairfield, Centre, Peabody, Pratt-Skyline, Pretty Prairie, Protection, Stafford and Wichita Independent. Race times are 1 p.m. for the boys and 1:30 for the girls. The Class 4A, 3A and 2-1A state meets will be held Saturday, Nov. 2 at Wamego, while Class 6A and 5A squads will run state the same day at Lawrence. Fort Hays State University will be the host site for both a 4A and 3A regional today. The 3A teams will run first with the girls at 2 p.m. and the boys at 2:30, followed by the 4A girls at 3 p.m. and the boys at 3:30. Journal area schools competing at the Hays 4A* regional will be Abilene, Beloit, Colby, Concordia, Ellsworth, Goodland, Thomas More Prep-Marian, Smoky Valley and Russell. Among the 3A teams competing at Hays will be Hoxie, Oakley, Oberlin, Phillipsburg and Smith Center. Volleyball High school volleyball teams face must-win situations at today's sub-state tournaments, where one loss means the end of the 1996 season. There are two potential Salhie County matchups today, with Sacred Heart and Ell-Saline in the same side of the bracket at the Class 2A Lincoln sub-state, while Salina South and Salina Central compete in a 5A sub-state at South High. Sacred Heart earned the Cottonwood Valley League title outright when Council Grove split two matches with Marion on Thursday night. Now the Knights hope to extend what has been an already successful season with an 'opening round match against host Lincoln today at 4 p.m. Sacred Heart (21-8) is the sub- state's No. 2 seed and would face Ell-Saline (19-9) in a 7 p.m. semifinal if both te^ms survive the first- round. Ell-Saline, the No. 3 seed, meets Peabody at 5 p.m. in its opener. The Salina South sub-state opens with top-seeded Central (237) facing Newton (2-20) at 3 p.m., followed by South (19-11) taking on McPherson (7-15) at 4 p.m. The 5A sub-state title game is scheduled for 5 p.m. Both South and Central qualified for state' a year ago when the teams competed in separate sub-states. Southeast of Saline (4-22) opens with top-seeded Riley County (244) in a 1 p.m. contest at the Class 3A sub-state at Southeast. The winner of that contest will play in the 4 p.m. semifinal, with the championship match set for 6 p:m.

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