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Hawks Drop Campus HAYSVILLE - Hutchinson high school's Salt Hawks defeated the Campus Colts, 28-€ here Friday night, for their fourth victory against a single loss this season. It was a frustrating evening Buffs Potent In Air GARDEN CITY - Garden City's eighth-ranked Class 4-A Buffaloes dumped Great Bend, 32-20, in a West Central Kansas league football meeting here Friday night. Garden City amassed 305 yards rushing in the game, but it was the aerial game that accounted for most of its scoring. Quarterback Russ Boone hit Billy Burrows with a 51-yard TD pass, and Steve Keller with 42 and 15-yard bombs. Great Bend also connected on the long one, as Steve Montgomery hit Ray Dolezol with an 85-yard touchdown aerial. Garden City is now 4-1, while the loss drops Great Bend to a 1-4 mark. Garden City 31 Grtar Bind 20 WCKL League- Great Bend (1-4] 7 0 6 7-30 At Garden City (4-1) . 13 13 0 4-32 Game statistics, home team first: First downs 14; 12. Yds. rushing 305; 189. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained 13, 8, 203; 190, 9, 111. Scoring: Garden C—Rim Boone 51 pass to Billy Burrows, PAT David Foil* kick. Russ Boone 42 pass to Steve Keller, PAT tailed, David Foil* 2 run, PAT Foltz kick. R. Boone 15 pass to S, Keller, PAT failed. D. Folti 1 run, PAT failed. Great B—Mark Rondeau 3 run, PAT Alan Kle/ kick. Mark Rondeau 1 run, PAT failed. Steve Montgomery 85 pass to Ray Doiezoi; PAT Alan Kler kick. Little River Wins, 60-6 SYLVAN GROVE - Little River's undefeated, No. 1 rated Class 1-A Redskins buried Sylvan Grove, 60-6, in a Quivira League football encounter here Friday night. Mike Tompson of Little River raced 20 yards to paydirt after taking a Dale Doll pass for the first 'Skin score. Tompson also scored on touchdown runs of 24 and four yards, and on pass plays from Doll of 70, 35 and 45 yards. Little River 60 Sylvan Grove 4 Quivira League Little River (5-0) 27 7 ?o 6-40 At Sylvan Grove (t-4) 0 6 0 0—6 Scoring: Little River — Mike Tompson 20 pass from Dale Doll, PAT failed; Tompson 24 run, PAT Cordell Shane kick Greg Cain 12 pass (rom Doll, PAT Cordell; Tompson 70 pass Doll, PAT Cordell; Tompson 4 run, PAT failed; Tompson 35 pass from Doll, PAT failed; Brad Creed 10 pass from Cordell, PAT Cordell; Tompson 45 pass Irom Doll, PAT Cordell; Creed 17 run, PAT failed. Sylvan Grove — Mark Butlenhoff pass from Ronny Melleler 7, PAT no. Ellinwood Whips Rival ELLSWORTH — Ellinwood stretched its Central Prairie League football mark to 3-0 with a 46-16 rout of Ellsworth here Friday night. The Eagles ground out 248 yards rushing in the game and added 73 yards through the air. Ellsworth had 67 yards rushing and 118 aerial yards. Ellinwood, ahead 25-16 at halftime, added 21 second-half points to hand Ellsworth its fourth loss in five outings. Ellsworth 14 Ellinwood 44 CPL League Elllqood (3,0) 6 1? 14 7-46 Af Ellsworth (1,3) a 8 0 0-16 Game Statistics, home team first First Downs 12; II. Yardt rushing 67 248. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained 17, 10, 118; 10/ 4, 73. Scoring: Ellsworth — Dale Woote pass to Greg . Holmes, 9 yds, Joel Stallo run PAT good 2 pis, Tyraney 3 yd run. tyraney PAT run good. Blllnwood — Moos 61 yd run, Peter 41 yd run, Peters run 6 yds, Nlnky PAT good, Peters 12 yd run, Peters 44 yd run, Nlnky PAT good, Moo* 1 yd run, Nlnky PAT good, Schartz 9 yd run, Nlnky PAT good. Copelaml In Rout Copeland 14 Moscow * Santa Fe Trail League Copeland 16 6 a 4-34 At Mo»cow (1-3) O 0 0 6—* Game statistics, home team first: Yds. rushing 42; 145. Passe* attempted, completed, yard! gained 14, 5, 96; », 6, 144. Scoring; M—55 pass from Alan Downing to Todd Brewer, PAT failed. C—Pas» from Jerry Reynold* to Frank Clancy SO, Randy Ardery run; 35 past from Jerry Reyno/di to Frank Clancy; Bill Ktphahn rum 20 past from Jerry Reynold* to Frank Clancy, PAT failed; 4 run by Roger Shravner, PAT failed; 20 pat* from Jerry Reynold* to Mickey Blrney, PAT failed. Cimarron On Top Cimarron 24 Fowler a Iroquolt League Fowler (2-3) 0 0 9 6-6 At Cimarron (4 1) 1 0 6 6-20 First Downs 7; I, Yard* rushing 131; 113. Paste* attempted, completed, yards gained I, 5, 32; 4, o, 0. Scoring: Cimarron — 1J run by F, Connat, PAT, Keith Ott run. 4 pass from Rutty Hamilton to M. Connat. PAT failed Kellh Ott tumble recovery for 15, PAT failed. FOWLER — t run Ruttell Norman, PAT - Failed. for the Hawks, who once failed to score when they had the ball at the Campus one - foot line, who had one touchdown nullifed by penalty, and numerous drives stalled by penalties, fumbles, busted plays and sharp Campus tackles. But it had to be triply frustrating for Campus. The Hawks gave Campus a touchdown early in the game —presenting the ball in the end zone for a Campus recovery and a six point lead. But those who gave also tonk- away, and by halftime Hutchinson was leading 21-6 the final Hawk touchdown coming in tne last 20 seconds before the halftime. And then just when it appeared Hutchinson woul d settle for a 21-6 triumph, having the ball near mid - field with only 25 seconds remaining in the game Quarterback Doug Baar flipped a pass to Kelvin O'Brien that went for 42 yards and a touchdown. But the red flag throwers said 'NO!" Hutchinson hud been guilty of illegal procedure. Instead of a touchdown, Hutchinson drew a five yard penalty. Tigers Tail Cards ST. JOHN - St. John handed Hoisington its fifth-straight defeat this season, 23-12, in a Central Prairie League football clash here Friday night. Fisher scored two Tiger touchdowns and Cornwell raced f>7 yards to a third St. John TD. Atkinson added a 311-yard field goal and Schultz kicked two extra points. I McMillin hit Rothwiler with a three-yard touchdown pass and Stouth with a nine-yard TD aerial to represent Hoisington\s scoring. St. John 13 Hoisington 12 Central Prairie League Hoisington (»-5) 0 0 0 12—12 Af St. John (3-2) 7 9 0 7—23 Game statistics, home team first: Flrtt downs 7; 10. Yds. rushing 189; 142. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained 7, 3, 14; 17, 10, 85. Scoring: St. J—Fisher 3 yd run, PAT good Shultz; Fisher 4 yd run, PAT failed, 33 yd field goal Atkinson, 57 yd run Cornwell, PAT Shulti good, H—3 yd pass McMillin to Rothwiler, PAT failed, past McMillin to Stoutt) 9 yds. PAT failed. Chiefs Edge Burrton, 6-0 BURRTON - Kiowa edged past Burrton, 6-0, in a near Mid- America League football upset here Friday night. Kiowa, ranked second in Class 1-A, scored in the third period when Ron Hill broke loose for a 33-yard touchdown run. The point after touchdown failed, but the Chieftan defense kept Burrton in check the rest of the way to post Kiowa's fourth victory against one defeat. The Kiowa defense held Burrton to minus 39 yards rushing. Kiowa ( Burrton e Mid-American League Kiowa (4-1) 0 0 6 0-6 At Burrton (2-3) 0 0 0 0—0 Game statistics, home team first: First down* 4; 9. Yds. rushing. 39; 110. Paste* attempted, completed, yardt gained 7, 3, 34; 7, 2, 6. Scoring: K—Ron Hill 33 yd run. Beavers Edge IMP Scott City 22 Thomat Mora Prep 21 Non-League Scott City (50) 0 14 0 8-22 At Thomas More Prep (0-5) 14 7 0 0-21 Scoring: Thome* More Prep — Tony Thomas 87 run, Jaramllo kick; Tony Thomas 88 run, Jaramlllo kick; Dan Bussen 1 run, Jaramlllo kick. Scott City — Skip Crist 6 run, Skip Numrlch run; Skip Numrlch 2 run, PAT failed; Skip Numrlch 2 run, pas* Irom Skip Numrlch to Campbell. Maize Edged, 6-0 Belle Plain* 6 Malt* 0 Sevan-Star League Maize 0 0 o o-o At Bell* Plalne 6 ft 0 0-6 Scoring M—Nel* Moadely 9 run, PAT failed. Campus fans breathed a sigh of relief. It was a brief sigh. As if to say: "Didn't like that one, huh? Look at this!", Baar faded back and this time hit O'Brien on a dead run near the 10 yard line and O'Brien scampered on in to score. Miku Love converted. Half of the Hutchinson points against Campus were scored Lions Drop Vikes LINDSBORG - Lyons' Lions won their third straight, football game here Friday night, scoring 13 points in the third period to register a l.'1-O triumph over Lindsborg's Vikings in a Central Prairie League clash. David Huffman capped a 69- yard Lion drive with a nine- yard touchdown run and Lyons scored again on a blocked punt. Twice, Lindsborg was inside the Lions' 10-yard line before the visitors' defense stiffened to stall the drive. Lindsborg's Justin Clark was injured in the game, and may not see action next week against. Ellinwood. Lyons 13 Lindsborg o Central Prairie League Lyons 0 0 13 0-13 At Undshorn. 0 0 0 0—0 Game Statistics, home team first: First Downs 8; 10. Yards running 84, )?5. Passes attempted, completed, ya r d s gained 17, 4, 39; 10, 3, 12. Scoring: David Huffman » run, PAT tailed; Dennis Llska 2 run, Leland Brown kick PAT. Larned Tops Russell 24-6 RUSSELL - Larned moved its season record to 3-2 with a 24-6 West Central Kansas league football victory over Russell here Friday night. Four different backs figured in the Indian scoring as Shephard, Haynae, Jante and Urban all scored on touchdown runs. Urban's gallop was a 75-yard break-away jaunt. Dolezal scored the Bronc TD on a one-yard plunge. Larned 14 . Ruttell 4 WCKL League Larned (3-2) 0 12 6 6—24 At Russell (1-4) 0 0 0 6—6 Game statistics, home team first; First downs 12; 14. Yds. rushing 148; 216. Passes attempted, completed, yard* gained 15, 4, 89; 2, 0, 0. y Scoring: L—Shephard 1 run, PAT failed, Haynae 25 run, PAT failed, Jante 18 run, PAT failed. Urban 75 run, PAT failed. ' R—Doel/al 1 run, PAT failed. Stafford Rips To 34-24 Win STAFFORD - Stafford's Tropans pushed their record to 4-1 in the Mid-America league, defeating Pretty Prairie 34 to 24 here Friday night. Stafford's ground game was devastating as t h e Trojans rolled to 302 yards against Pretty Prairie's 90. Pretty Prairie countered with a passing attack that gained 234 yards and two long touchdowns. The Bulldogs scored two other touchdowas on short runs. Stafford M Pretty Prairie 24 Mid - America League Pretty Prairie , 6 0 12 6-24 At Stafford (4-1)' 6 8 14 6-34 Game Statistics, home team tlrsl: First downs 11; 10. Yards rushing 302; 90. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained 2, 1, 22; 14, 7, 234, Scoring: Pretty Prairie — Brad Fllck- Inger 1 run, PAT fall; Fllcklnger 44 pas* to Roy Goerlng, PAT fall, Fllcklng­ er 6 run, PAT failed; Fllcklnger 66 pass to Goorlng, PAT fall. Stafford — Marcus Green 54 run, PAT fall; Green 9 run, Green run; S)eve Eltenhour 91 run, PAT fall, PAT Goss 1 run, 'Goss to Green on PAT; Don Tillman 3» run PAT fall. Remington Rimmed Marlon 12 Remington 6 Cotton-wood Valley League Marlon (3-7) 6 0 0 ft--)2 At Remington (1-4) 0 6 0 0-- 6 Game 'Statistics, home team first: Yds. rushing 136; 239. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained 1.1, 4, 56; >, 4, 75. Scoring: Marlon — Bill Fink to Dan ny Helm 10 pas*. PAT tailed; Frank Peclnovsky recover fumble In end tone. Remington —Chuck Day 4 run, PAT failed: with the scoreboard clock about to give its dying gasp. Roth teams Jost good defensive hands in the final period. Mike Rock, ^fenslvc end and an outstanding play stopper for Campus and Hutchinson's Robert Thompson, another stanttatit, had been thwarting each other all through the game and finally it led to fist throwing, both were tossed out. Thompson's pre - departure play, however, still made h i m one of the Hawks' defensive stars for this game, along with Don Ciiossliardt, Brad Wood, who recovered two fumles and intercepted a pass; Mike Kranko who made some fine tackles, and Rod Rayl a n d Kevin Mullen who joined Wood in the gallery of pass thieves. Scott Butterfield carried 17 times for 89 yards and upped his AVL lead to 362 yards on 70 carries. Mike Franko carried seven times for 54 yards. O'Brien caught three passes for 64 yards and two touchdowns and Scott. Willctt caught three for !54 yards. Willi four perfect placements, Mike Love ran his extra point score to 13 out of 15 trys. Hutchinson 7 14 0 7- 78 Campus 6 0 0 o - 6 CamputHulcti First Downs 9 8 Yards rushing Ill 144 Piloses completed . 2-14 6-12 Pass yardage 23 118 Intercepted by 1 3 Fumble* lost 2 1 Punts B-34 3-43.5 Penalties 115 7-75 Indians Pull It Out, 14-13 ANDALE — The Medicine I/xlge Indiaas edged Andale 1413 in a come-from-behind Seven Star league football victory here Friday night. Medicine trailed 13-6 at halftime, but (ireg vVhclan's eight- yard touchdown jaunt and two point conversion run in the third period moved the Indians ahead to stay. Whelan also scored the first Tribe TD on a four-yard touchdown run in the second quarter. Medicine Lodge is now 4-1, while Andale's record drops to 0-4. Medicine Lodge 14 Andale 13 Seven-Star League Medicine Lodge (4-1) .... 0 6 8 0—14 At Andale (0-4) 0 13 O 0—13 Game statistics, home team first: First downs 5; 8. Scoring: Andale — 60 pass from Dave Llnnebur to Brian Strunk, Knule Strunk kick; 4 run by Ted Lies, PAT failed. Medicine Lodge — 4 run by Greg Whelan, PAT failed; Greg Whelan I run, Greg Whelan run. Pa*e9 The HiitcbinHon Newt Saturday, Oct. t. 1ST1 MOUNDRIDCE - The cycle is completed. Moundridge's Wildcats defeated Haven's Wildcats 35 to 14 in a Mid-Kansas ^eague game here Friday night, knocking the H-Wildcats from unbeaten ranks. Early in the season, Ruhler defeated Moundridge, 7-6 in overtime to knock Moundridge Johnson Defeated SYRACUSE - Syracuse knocked Johnson from the unbeaten ranks, 14-6, in an overtime Hi-Plaias League football contest here Friday night. It was the first time Johnson had been scored on this sea- Syracvte 14 (overtime) Johnton 6 Hi-Plaint League Johnson (4-1) ... 0 0 0 6 0—6 Al Syracuse (3-2) 0 0 0 6 8—14 Game statistics, home team flrtt: First down* 4, 16. Yd*, rushing 45; 114. Passes attempted, completed, yard* gained 12, 4, 67; 4, 0, 0. Scoring: S—Lorln Nance 1 run, PAT failed; Rich Lynam I 08 tneak, PAT run Kerry Splker. J —Torn Tucker 1 OB sneak, PAT failed. Hilkboro, 36 to 12 , Hllfibera 16 Council Oroya 12 1 Cottonwood Valley League Council Grove (3-2) 6 0 6 0-17 Al Hlllsboro (41) 0 21 0 IS—36 Game statistics, home team first: First downs 22; 6. Yd*, rushing 231; 127. Passes attempted, completed, yardt gained 10, 3, 27; 7, 2, 12. Scoring: H—Dave Loewen 3 run, PAT Rod Funk kick; Gary Nuss 1 run, PAT Funk, Loewen, 4 run, PAT Funk; Reg Mat* 1 run, PAT Nuss 1 run; Jim Rat/laff pass from Mat/ 14, PAT Funk, CG-TIm A/\artln 78 run, PAT failed, Martin 26 run, PAT failed. Trojans Win Third Southeast of Saline 14 Bennington | I3J-W League Southeast (3-2) 0 0 14 0-14 At Bennington (2-3) 0 0 0 0- 0 Game statistics, home team first: First downs 12; I. Yds. rushing 121; 61. Passes atlernptorf, completed, yardt gained 19, 8, 45; 8, 4, 58, Scoring: S-Currle I yd. run, PAT Currle to Anderson past good. Roe 7.1 yd. run on recovered tumble, PAT failed. Demons' Second Loss In Row Pratt Stuns Dodge PRATT - Pratt's Class »-A Greenbacks pulled the upset of the season here Friday night, scoring a 14-8 high school football victory over Dodge City's defending champion Class 4-A Red Demons. The loss was the second straight for Dodge City in West Central' Kansas League play. Pratt, upset last week by Larned, is now 4-1 for the season while Dodge stands 3-2 overall. Butterworth and Vigler scored on six yard runs for ths Greenbacks, and Devork booted both PATs. Dodge,City awed when Lloyd raced three yards to pay- dirt and also ran a -two-point conversion. Dodge City led 8-7 entering the third period of play. Pratt 14 Dodge |)-2) 0 0 I 0—* At Pratt (4-1) 1 .0 0 7—14 Game statistics, home team flrtt: First downt 5; II, Ydl. rushing 151/ 1*0. Pat* e* attempted, completed, yard* gained 7, 3, 27; 5, 1, II. Scoring: P-.-Bulterworth 6 yd run. D» vork PAT good, Vigler 6 yd run. Da vork PAT good. D--Lloyd 1 yd 1 , run. PAT Lloyd run good. HICK NELSON, Moundridge halfback, is greeted by a host of Haven tackier* after a good gain in iYIid- Kansas League football action al Moundridge Friday night. Moundridge, rated fourth in Class 2-A, (News photo by Boh Harvey) whipped the fifth-ranked Wildcats, 35 -14, and moved into a four-way tie for first-place in MKL standings with llavcu, I'airfield and Bidder. Haven Pinned, 35-14 out of the undefeated class and off a top spot in most of the state's 2-A rankings. Last week, Haven downed Buhler, 12-7 spoiling Buhler's perfect record. It was Moundridge's lime tonight to defeat the team that defeated the team that, defeated Moundridge. Mmindridge had been so strong in games since that opening loss to Huhlor, that, the i M-Wiklcats went into the game here fourth rated, while previously Liiilx'aleii Haven was fifth. Still Climbing Moundridge played as if it were still eyeing No, 1. The M-Cats had a 21-8 lead after the first quarter, a 28-8 lead at halftime a 115-8 lead af- Mid-Kansas League Race Gets Re-Start LANGDON - It's a brand new race for the championship in the Mid-Kansas League. Buhler blanked Fairfield 25-0 here Friday night, knocking the Falcons off their unbeaten perch, while Moundridge was doing the same for Haven. This leaves four teams tied for first in the Mid-Kansas cir- Hutch 6 B' Team Downs Sterling STERLING — The Hutchinson High School junior varsity defeated Sterling Varsity, 20-8 here Friday night, pushing its season record to 4-1. Sterling scored first when Hcaly, 41, to 14 Bailne 14 Healy 41 South 50-6 Leagut Healy (1-3) 7 1? M H- 41 At IWIno 10-5) 6 I) 0 fl 14 Game statistics, homo team first: First downs R; 14. Yds. ruining 112; 264. Passes attempted, completed, y*rd» gnln- od 3, 1, 28/ 14, II, 311. Scoring: H -Andy Johnson SO pats to Royce Roemer, Eldon Gill kick; Harold Gossett 10 run, PAT rail, Carl Wilson 5 run, PAT fall; Johnson 79 run, PAT fall, Wllion 2 run, Johnson pass to R. Brown on PAT; Johnson 28 pa« Roger Drown, Robin Jennlson run PAT. B--Larry Koehn 22 run,, PAT fall; Safely by Robert run, PAT tall. Dochant, Kuohn 3 'Horns In 19-0 Win Lakln 0 Jalmora 1* Non - League Lakln (2-31 0 0 O 0— O At Jetrnore (41) / 6 0 6—19 Gamo statistics: horns learn first; Flrtt Downs 10, II. Yards, rushing 225; 144. Passes attempted, completed, yd* gained 7, I, 63; 15, 5, 77. Scorlnfl: Jetrnore - 63 pass Irnrn Larry Konlon 1o Konny Dlohl, kick by Brian Shrlwlso; Raymond Bradlord 86 run, PAT failed; 35 Intercepted pass by Dill Deyoe, PAT tailed. Coldwaler, 1.5-12 Coldwalar IS Mlnneola 12 Iroquois League Mlnneola 60 0 A--12 Al Coldwater I) ft 7 0—15 Game statistics, home team llrst: First downs ii 9. Yds, rushing 120; 241. P,i »5«% alempled, completed, yardi gained II, ft, -10; S, I, 13. Scoilhu: M Gary Johnson 2 run, PAT Mil, Brad Pike 3 run, PAT fail. C. Mike McNealy 35 pais Daryl McKinney, McNealy run PAT; Mr.t4ealy 15 pass lo Dan Sporice, McNealy kick. Ashland In Runaway Alhland 41 I W Height! I Iroquoli League SW Heights (14) 0 0 0 8 8 At Ashland (4-1) 7 21 6 7 41 Game Statlsllics, home team first: First Downs IB, 6, Yards rushing 194, 24. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained II, 7, 154; 16, 6, 76. Scoring: Randy Thompson pass from Jim Arnold 40, PAT kick Andy Howell; David Brooks run 2, PAT failed; Thompson 7 run, PAT Thompson run; pass Thompson from Arnold 12, Howoll kick PAT; pass Arnold to Thompson, PAT failed; Daryl Cuslck 1 run, PAT Howell kick. Pass KerrhKnott to Blaine Knott I, PAT run Wettsteln. Marquette, 14 to 6 Marquette 14 Claflln « Quivira League Marquette 0 0 1 A—14 At Claflln (1-4) 6 0 0 0 6 Game S1atl»tlc«, home team first: First Downs 10; 5. Yards rushing 42; 81. Yards gained 114, n. Scoring: Claflln •-- Anthony Prusa pass to Randy McAfee M, PAT failed, Marquette — Gary Frownleller 3 run, PAT pats Frownfelter to Mitchell; Mike Hull* 3 run, PAT tailed. quarterback Wen Wurst flipped a 44 yard scoring pass to Rod Young. Ilex Wyatt converted with a two-point run, Steve Davis put Hutchinson on the scoreboard in the second quarter, intercepting u pass and running .'12 yards for the score. Kdgar's two point running conversion made the score 8-8 at halftime. Don Heed, former star for Sherman Junior High, tallied both second half touchdowns, on runs'on four and six yards. Conversions failed. The Hutch junior varsity lists four juniors, but all others are sophomores. Hutch '•' W Sterling • Non League Hutch 'B' (4-1 ) 0 8 6 A—20 At Sterling (2-3) 1 0 0 0—8 Game statistics, frame team first: First downs 19; 12. Yds. rushing 219; 179. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained 14, 4, 85; 5, 2, I'l. Coyotes Lone 28-14 La Creite 28 Kinsley 14 WKEA League KlnMey ,. . 14 0 0 0-14 Ai La Crosse 8 17 0 8—28 First downs 13; 16. Yds. rushing 161; 165. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained 15, 9, 157) 22, 6, 61. Scoring: La Crome — Mark Schlmdt 45 pass to D. ROdle, PAT, Mike Mccormick run. M. Schmidt 20 pass to Rich Llker, PAT failed. M. Schmidt 5 pass to Gregg Ste^n, PAT failed, Bruce Schroll 20 Interception, PAT Schmidt pass 1o Richard Llker. Kinsley -- 27 paos from M, Priest to J. Hurkhart, PAT failed. 3 run. D. Molina, PAT, D. Mollnai run. cuit all with 4-1 records—Fairfield, Huhlcr, Haven and Moundridge. Huhlcr ground out ,'tOI yards on the ground to Fairfield's 61. Fairfield was not up to par, as the Falcon's starting fullback and leading receiver were injured and did not play. rtuhler 15 Fairfield o tor three quarters. They rushed for 181 yards to Haven's 155 and completed nine of Ifi passes for another I2, r > yards. They were deadly once they got close lo the goal line. Moundridge 35 Haven 14 Mid-Kansas League Haven (4 1) 8 0 0 6-14 At Moundridge (4-1) 31 7 7 0 -35 Game Stallsltcs, home tnam tlrsl: First Downs 16, 7. Yards rushing 181, 155. Piiauis attempted, completed, yards gained 16, 9, I2S; 2.1, 4, 86, Scoring: Dennis Fllckner I run, PAT kirk tnllml; pass Paul Crabb to Monte Wmliil 4, PAT pass Crabb lo Wedel; Wynn Goorlng 55 pass Inter,, PAT Goer­ lng kick; Crabb to Mark Graber 13 pass, PAT Goerlng; Fllckner 2 run, PAT Goerlng, Kurt Knappenberger to Rill Newton HUM 57, PAT Kanappnnberger rum New- Ion 9 run, PAT failed. Sublette Stuns Salanta 44 to 0 MKL Leonue Uuhlor (4-1) 6 0 6 13 .25 Al Fnlrlleld (4-1) 0 0 0 0- I) Game statistics, homo loam first: First downs R; 13. Yds. rushing 61; 301. Passes alfemptod, completed, yards gained 19, 3, 35; 7, 5, 49. Scoring: Buhler—Stove Burkholdor 53 run, PAT'failed; Mike McCoy 35 run, PAT failed; Mike McCoy 39 run, PAT tailed; Klrky Armburst 8 run, Royce Ollenburger kick. Otis-Bison Now 5-0 OTIS — Otis-Bison remained undefeated by defeating (Jene- seo, .'12-14, in a Quivira League football contest here Friday night. Otis-Bison 31 Oenetee 14 Oulrlra League Oeneseo (.1-2) 6 0 0 8 14 At Olis-Blson (50) 0 18 7 7 -32 Game statistics, home team first: First downs 7; 12, Yds. rushing 112; 169. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained 19, 8, 180; 15, 5, 99. Scoring: Otls-Blson—19 past from Paul Brock to Maynard Urban, PAT felled; 76 pass from Paul Brock to Maynard Urban, PAT failed; 42 pass from Paul Brock to Don DeWald, PAT failed; 33 pass from Larry Axman to Don DeWald, fileve Nuss kick; Don DeWald 27 run, Stove Nuss kick. Geneseo -•• Rice Peverly 6 run, PAT tailed; 30 pas trom Brad Rolss to Rlc Peverly, Pass from Brad Rolss to Dan Vondra, T-Birds Triumph Nashville - Zemta 44 Oulden Plains League Nashvllle-Zenda (4-1) 8 6 6 24-44 At Partridge (1-4) 000 0 -0 First downs 5, 7. Yards rdshlng -2.1; 120, Passes alttempted, completed, yards gained 29, 7, 58; 11, 4, 106. Scoring: Nashville • Zenda 49 pass — Stan Hennlng pass lo Norberl Hlail, PAT —Stan Hennlng run, Blasl l run, PAT failed, Hennlng 54, run PAT failed, mail 1 run, PAT failed. Richard llagman — 20 fumble recovery PAT tailed. Itlat.l -- 28 pass Hagman PAT failed Hennlng -- 30 pass Interception, PAT tailed. Partridge o SUHI,!<7ITE--»Sublettc scored in every quarter — and three times in the last one for a 44-0 win over Satanta in a High Plains league game here Friday night. Satanta is still hunting its first victory. Sublette has a .1-2 record. Sublette 44 Satanta t High Plains League Sutanta (0-5) 0 0 0 0-- 0 At Sublette (1-2) 7 7 7 21—44 Game statistics, home team first: First downs 22; 4. Yds. rushing 321; -40. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained 10, 2, 72; 2, 0, 0. Scoring: Scott Sim 45 run, PAT kick Terry Lucan pais Rick Lohtlnle to Ron Wndel 62, PAT Lucas; Greg Bach 2 run, PAT Lucas; Lohflnk 27 run, PAT Luces; Bach I run, PAT Jay Weldner to Sim pass; Doug Wright l run. PAT Wright run. Bushton,2l to 16 Bushton 11 Holyreod H Quivira Leegue Bushlnn (1-4) 8 0 7 4 VI Al llnllyrood (0-5) .. ,, 0 0 0 16 16 Guriio statistics, home learn tlrsl: First downs II; 1.1, Yds. rushing 217; 214. Paset.s nllampled, completed, yards gained 13, /, 30; 6, 2, 12. ScorltKi: II- Ron Hlckel 4 run, Hi ml Hlldenrand pats to Brad Gteller; Hlckel I run, Doug Rlggs kick; Linus orlh 1 run, PAT felled. • H—Larry Klug II run, Dennis Phelan run PAT, Klug 1 run, Phelan run PAT, McCracken Cracked oorrence 2* McCracken 6 Non League McCracken 4 0 0 0-6 At Dorrance O 14 0 4-20 First down* ,10; 8. Yds. rushing 183; 108. Passes attempted, completed, yard* gained II, 4, 62; 21, 7, 99. Scoring; McCracken —- Dan Conner 25 fumble recovery, PAT failed. Dorrance -- Mark Sinclair, 4 run, PAT failed, Gary Slelnly 18 pass lo Larry Belts. PAT Sinclair run. Richard Meier 2 run, PAT felled. Victoria Now 4-1 Victoria 12 IIHs 4 Non-League Victoria (4-1) 4 0 0 4-IJ Al Ellis (2-3) 0 0 0 4-6 Game statistics, home team first: First downs 0; 6, Yds, rushing 146; 55. Pastes attempted, completed, yards gained 9, 2, 21; 5, 4, 36, Scoring: Kills — Oreg Mlckelson J run, PAT failed. Victoria — Terry Dlnkel A run, PAT failed; Terry Dinkel A past to Dave Sanders, PAT tailed. Sports Results Iliffh School Football Hutchinson 28, Campus 4 Pratt 14, Dodge City 8 Kiowa 6, Burrton 0 nillnwnod 46, Ellsworth 14 Belle Plalne A, Mal/e 0 Hlllsboro 36, Council Grove 12 Southeast ol Saline 14, Bennington • Copeland 34, Moscow 6 Marlon 12, Remington 4 Hutch "B" 20, Sterling * Lyons 13, Lindsborg 0 Marquette 14, Claflln 4 .latmore 19, Lakln 0 La Crosse 28, Kinsley 14 SI. John 23, Holslnglon I? Slattord 34, Pretty Prairie 24 Nlckerson 38, Hessian 0 Larned 24, Rusiell 6 Scntl City 22, Thomas More Prep 21 Medicine Lodge 14, Andale 1) llavlland 34, Lewis 8 Moundrldoe .15, Haven 14 Hushlon 31, Hiilyrood 14 Ulysses 41, llugoton 6 llalko, Okla. 33. Bucklln 30 Vlclorla 12, F.llls 6 NaihvlllnVonda 44, Partridge • Cimarron 20, Fowler 6 Dorrance 20. McCracken 4 Syracuse 14, Johnson 4, nt Mnade 34, Spearvllle 18 l-nrt Scott 30, Pittsburg 28 Leon .17, Udall 0 Wnmego 3, Abilene 0 Oxford 14, Central of Burden • O-iborne 18, Downs 6 Ifiipoila 20, Alchlsnn 19 Alma 1.1, On.iga 6 flurllngame .1/. Waverlv 8 i.nncnrdla 8> Sacred Heart 4 (rfflnnhani 18, llolfon o Fretlola 15, Cherryvale 14 Hamilton 13, Northern Heights 4 Hnxle 8, Colby 4 Jeflarson Countay North 8, Perry.Le> eompfnn 6 Lincoln 48, Smith Center 14 Marysvllle 24, Belolt 7 Maur Hill 22, Mlslon Valley 4 Minneapolis 4, Belleville 0 Norton 21, SI. Francis 0 Osborne 18, Downs 6 Oskalooia 26, Jefferson County West e Paola 12, DeSoto 6 Powhattan 6, Baileyvllle 0 Qulnler 12, Logan 0 Rantom 59, Kenslnaton 0 Royal Valley 1, McLouth 0 (ot) Shawnee Mission South 21, Shawnea Mission Cost 17 Southeast Saline 14, Bennington • SI. Mary* 19, Rostvllle 16 St. Xevler 41, White City 0 Summerfleld 27, Axlell 0 Valley Falls 47, Eatton 4 Wamego 3, Abilene 0 Wathena 18, Horlon 14 lloaly 41, Bailne 14 Ashland 41, Southwestern Helahti I Coldwater 15, Mlnneola 12 Otlvlllson 12, Oeneseo 14 llnldwln HO, Santa Fe Trail 4 rwl.tr Vale 29, Sedan 14 Central Heights 34, Pleatanton I Clifton 42, Riley County t Garnott 14, Burlington 4 ftwKlfaiM 35, Oakley 7 Hayden 37, Shawnee Height* 7 Highland 44, til wood 4 Jackson Heights 40, Wetnwe • Jackson Heights 40, Jelmore 0 Lyndon 29, Orldley 14 Manhattan 27, Clay Center * McPherson 21, Chepman • Mlltonvale- 14, Glasco 4 Nemaha Valley 21, Sabetha 11 North Central 22, Luckey 14 Northern Valley II, Mankalo » Pomona 19, Williamsburg ( Rota Hill I, Douglass 0 Seaman 12, Leavenworth 7 St Mery's 39, Rossvllle 16 Shawnee Mission West tl, Lawrenee I Stockton 26, Plalnvllle 0 Topeka 14, Shawnee Million North- watt 20 Troy 40, Midway of Denton t) Welltvllle 14, Loultburo 4 Westmoreland IS, Barn 0 Hlllcrett 74, Etbon 4 ' Scandla 48, Courtland ft Elkhart 41, Holcomb 4 Little River 40, Sylvan Grove « Rolle 54, Montezume O Sublette 44, Satanta 0 Garden City 12, Great Bend 2ft Buhler 25, Fairfield O Pawnee Rock 14, Mulllnvllle 12 Attica 44, Skyline 22 McPherton 21, Chapman • Oeerfleld 39 llantlon 8 Sharon Springe 51, Wheatland • Garden Pttln 52, Trinity 9 Ensign 64, Ingalll 27 /•'rofl/i FtMttbaU Kansas State 7, Kanea* 4 Nebraska 12, Mlsoorl 23 Remain -(JmUtfealed Owls Dump Celts By KENNV WOODAIll) The Trinity Celtics wi;nt down to their fifth straight defeat of the season as the Garden Plain Owls Wasted to a 52-0 win Friday night in Mid-America league football action at Pritchard Memorial field. In contrast, it was the Owls fifth straight win of the year and their third shutout triumph. Executing a varioty of plays for great gains, the Owls com pletcly dominated the game from the start, Pat Kerschen led the way for the Owls with two touchdowns, three two -point conversions and 125 yards rushing. Jiis first touchdown gave Garden Plain a «-() lead in the first j quarter. Kerschen made it 8-0 with a two point conversion, In the same jwriod, quarterback Tim Henncr swept over from the five-yard lino at 2:39. A pass from Rentier to Tim Pairly was good for the two- point conversion. Garden Plain added another score in the second quarter when Jim Hahn blocked a Trinity punt and fell on the hall in the end zone for a touchdown. Garden Plain led at halftime 24-0. Garden Plain scored twice in the third period when Ker- M -hen rumbled 20 yard* to paydirt and diet Ayren Nt'or- cd from the 10. A Reimer -to- I'auJy putiH accounted for the two-point converHlon after Ker- schen'it touchdown. Jerry Pauly broki; through the right side and sprinted 37 yards to score In the fourth period, Ifarold Morgan took a 13-yard pass from Henncr at 5:41 for Garden Plain's final tally. The Owls had 1122 yards on the ground and 40 by air. They also had eight first downs. 'flic Celtics netted 84 yards on the ground and 11 through the air. They had five first downs. Garden Plain Trinity 16 8 14 14- M 0 0 0 0-0 Uly *e8 Runs Wild Ulyeaaa 41 WKIA Hugolon (0-3) 0 9 6 e— e At Ulystet (2-2) 14 14 II e>_4| Geme statistics, home team first: Flrtt down* 14/ «. Yd*, patina 251i St. Pet tee attempted, completed, yard* gained 4, 2, 39; II, I, 14. Scoring; U—Keply 25 yd run, Oanny Reed PAT good, McDanlalt 11 yd run, Danny Reed PAT good, Mtdertnleli 1 yd run, Reed PAT good, Mlnke 2 yd run. Reed PAT good, Melone Intercepted pan is ydt, Read FAT good. Hauler 7 yd run, PAT failed. H- Rome to Wing 15 yd pail, FAT failed. Protection Rolls Protection 14 •reentaairg « Iroquois League Protection (SO) 14 I] 7 0—14 At Greensburg (a-S) 0 4 0 0—4 Gam* statistics, home team flrtt: Plrst downs 4, s, Yardt rushing St, 111. Passat attempted, completed yardt gained 14, 4, 60; 4, o, 0. • Scoring: Protection — R Glrk I yd run Herri PAT good, K Woolialk 10 yd run, Herd PAT good, Edmomton 10 yd run, Herd PAT good, R Glrk IS yd rum PAT felled) Glrk 1 yd run, FAT good Herd, Greerubrug ~M. Cerglll Fail from R. Schmidt 35 yd pat* PAT failed. Elkhart Easy •Ikttart 41 Hetcemfe 4 Hi-Plaint League Elkhart (4-U 14 0 1*14-41 Al Holcomb (1-4) 0 4 0 0—4 Game statistics, home team flrtt: t'lrst down* 14i II, Ydi. ruining S4| 218. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained i, 1, 291 *, J, 105. Scoring: E—Riley » yd run, FAT good Riley, Weathermen 4 yd run, FAT tailed, Oilman 20 yd run. FAT failed, Jotmton 20 yd run, FAT failed, Riley 1) yd run, PAT good Riley, i(-Orme recovered fumble I yd run, PAT tailed. Dragons Now 5-0 Havlland M Lawk) • Greet Plaint League Havlland (SO) 4 14 4 0—14 At Lewis (0-5) O08O-I Geme statistics, home team flrili Yds, rushing 1/4/ 244. Pattei attempted, completed, wards gained IS, 4, It; I, I, 10, Scoring: L Pen Phillip ieyer to Olemt Mead is, PAT Beyer run. H-Gery Ron 1 run, FAT felled* Royce Kendall 15 run, Rota FAT runt Kellh wtifney 30 punt recovery, FAT failed/ Kendall lo run, FAT failed* Oory CI ark ton 45 run, ROM FAT run.

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