The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 9, 1971 · Page 103
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Hawks Drop Campus HAYSVILLE - Hutchinson high school's Salt Hawks defeated the Campus Colts, 28-6 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, Avhile the loss drops Great Bend to a 1-4 mark. Garden City 32 Great Bond 20 WCKL League- Grent Bend (1-4) 7 0 6 7-20 At Garden City (4-1) .. . 13 13 0 6-32 Game statistics, home loam lire): First downs 14; 12. Yds. rushing 305; 189. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained 13, B, 203) 170, 9, 111. Scoring: Garden C—Russ Boone 51 pass to Billy Burrows, PAT David Foltz kick. Russ Boone 42 pass to Steve Keller, PAT tailed. David Follz 2 run; PAT Follz kick. R. Boono 15 pass to S, Kel ler, PAT failed, D. Follz 1 run, PAT tailed. Groat B—Mark Rondeau 3 run, PAT Alan Klc.r klik. Mark Rondeau 1 run, PAT failed. Stevo Montgomery 85 pas: to Ray Dolezol) 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:Dbll 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 AO Sylvan Grove A Quivira League Lllllo River (5-0) 27 7 20 6—60 At Sylvan Grove (1-4) 0 A 0 0— A Scoring: Little River — Mike Tompson 20 pass from Dale Doll, PAT failed; Tompson 24 run, PAT Cordell Shane kick Greg Cain 12 pass from 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 Cordoll, PAT Cordell; Tompson 45 pass from Doll, PAT Cor- doll; Creed 12 run, PAT failed. Sylvan Grovo — Mark Buttenholt pass from Ronny Melteler 7, PAT .no. Ellinwood >s Rival 'or the Hawks, who once failed to score when they had the ball at the Campus one - foot line, who had one touchdown nullifed jy penalty, and numerous drives stalled by penalties, fumbles, busted plays and sharp tampus tackles. But it had to be triply frus- ;raling for Campus. The Hawks gnve Campus a touchdown early in the game —presenting the bail in the end /one for a Campus recovery and a six point lead. But those who gave also look- away, and by halftime l-Iutchinson was leading 21-6 Lhe final Hawk touchdown com- ng in tne last 20 seconds before the halftime. And then just when it appeared Hutchinson would settle for a 21-6 triumph, hav- ng 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!" Hulehlnson had been guilty of illegal procedure. Instead of a touchdown, Hutchinson drew a five yard penally. Whips 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 Ihrough the air. . Ellsworth had 67 yards rushing and 118 aerial yards. Ellinwood, ahead 25-16 at halftime, added 21. second-half poinls to hand Ellsworth it; fourth loss in five outings. Ellsworth U Ellinwood 46 CPL League Elllqood (3,0) 4 19 14 7-46 At Ellsworth (1,3) 880 0—16 Game Statistics, home team first: First Downs 12; 11. Yards rushing 67, 248. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained 17, 10, 118; 10, 4, 73, Scoring: Ellsworth — Dale Woole pass to Greg . Holmes, 9 yds, Joel Stallo run PAT good 2 pis, Tyraney 3 yd run tyraney PAT run good. Ellinwood — 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, Moos 1 yd run Nlnky PAT good, Scharlz 9 yd run Nlnky PAT good. Copeland In Rout Copeland 34 Moscow Santa Fe Trail League Copeland 16 6 4 4-3 At Moscow (1-3) 0004- Game statistics, home team first: Yds rushing 42; 145. Passes attempted, com pleted, yards gained 14, 5, 96; 9, 6, 144 Scoring: M—55 pass from Alan Down Ins to Todd Brewer, PAT tailed. C—Pass from Jerry Reynolds to Fran Clancy JO, Randy Ardery run; 35 pas from Jerry Reynolds to Frank Clancy Bill Klphahn run; 20 pass from Jerr Reynolds to Frank Clancy, PAT failed 4 run by Roger Shravner, PAT failed 20 pa»> from Jerry Reynolds to Mlcke Blrney, PAT failed. Cimarron On Top Clmnrron 20 ' Powlar Iroquola League Fowler (2-3) .. 0 00 6- At Cimarron (4-1) 8064-2 First Downs 7; 8, Yards rushing 131 113, Passes attempted, completed, yard gained 8, 5, 32; 4, 0, 0, Scoring: Cimarron — 13 run by Connat, PAT, Keith Oil run. 4 pass from Rusty Hamilton lo M, Connal. PAT tallo Kellh Ott tumble recovery for 35, PA failed. FOWLER — 1 run Russell Norman PAT - Failed. ,1 Tigers Tail Cards ST. JOHN — St. John handed Hoisington ils fifth-straight defeat this season, 23-12, in a Central Prairie 1-cague footbal clash here Friday night. Fisher sewed two Tiger touchdowns and Cornwall raced 51 yards to a third St. John TD Atkinson added a 33-yard fielc goal and Schultx kicked Iwo cx> Ira points. McMillin hit Rothwiler will a three-yard touchdown pass and Stouth with a nine-yard TD aerial to represent Hoisington's scoring. St. John 23 Holslnglon 12 Central Prairie League Hoisington (t-5) 0 0 012—1: At SI. John (3-2) 790 7—2: Game .statistical home team first: Firs downs 7; 10. Yds. rushing 189; 142. Pass os attempted, completed, yards galn« 7, 3, 14; 17, 10, 85. Scoring: St. J—Fisher 3 yd run, PA' good Shultzj Fisher 4 yd run, PAT fall ed, 33 yd field goal Atkinson, 57 yi run Cornwell, PAT Shulli good. H—3 yd pass McMillin 1o Rothwiler AT failed, pass McMillin to Stouth ds. PAT failed. Chiefs Edge Burrton, 6-0 'BURRTON - Kiowa cdge< ast Burrlon, 6-0, in a near Mid America League football upse icre Friday night. .Kiowa, ranked second in Clas -A, scored in the Ihird perioi ,vhen Ron Hill broke loose for ; 3-yard touchdown run. Th wint'after touchdown failed, bu he Chieflan defense kept Burr Ion in check the rest of th tvay to post Kiowa's fourth vie /ory against one defeat. The Kiowa defense held Burr x>n to minus 39 yards rushing. Kiowa i Burrton Mid-American League Kiowa (4-1) 0 0 6 0- kt Burrton (2-3) 0000— Game statistics, home team first: Fir lowns 4; 9, Yds. rushing 39; 110. Pass itlempled, completed, yards gained I, 34) 7, 2, 6. Scoring: K—Ron Hill 33 yd run. Beavers Edge IMP Scott City 22 Thomas More Prep Non-League Scott City (5-0) 0 14 0 8— At Thomas More Prop (0-5) 14 7 0 0— Scoring: Thomas More Prep — Ton Thomas 87 run, Jaramllo kick/ Ton Thomas 88 run, Jaramlllo^ kick; Da Jussen 1 run, Jaramlllo kick. Scott CII/ — Skip Crist 6 run, Sk Numrlch run; Skip Numrlch 2 run, PA failed; Skip Numrlch 2 run, pass fro Skip Numrlch to Campbell. Maize Edged, 6-0 Bell* Plalne 6 / Maize Seven-Star League Maize o 0 0 o- At Belle Plalne 6 0 0 Scoring M—Nels Hoadely 9 run, PA failed. Campus fans breathed a sigh ' relief. It was a brief sigh. As if to say: "Didn't like lhat IB, huh? Look at this!", Baar aded back and this time hit 'Brien on a dead run near Ihe 0 yard line and O'Brien campcred on in to score. /like Love converted. Half of the Hulchlnson points gainst Campus were scored Lions Drop Vikes LINDSBORG - Lyons' Lions on their third straight foot- all game here Friday nijht, coring 13 points in the third eriod to register a 13-0 tri- mph over Lindsborg's Vikings i a Central Prairie League lash. David Huffman capped a 69 ard Lion drive with a nine- ard touchdown run and Lyons cored again on a blocked punt, 'wice, Lindsborg was inside the .ions' 10-yard line before the isitors' defense stiffened to tall the drive. Lindsborg's Justin Clark waf njured in the-game, and may ot see action next week gainst Ellinwood. yens 13 Lindsborg o entral Prairie League yons o 0 13 0-13 I Llndsborp, o 0 0 0— o Game Statistics, home team first Irst Downs 8; 10. Yards running 84, 125 asses attempted, completed, yard alned 17, 4, 39; 10, 3, 12. Scoring: David Huffman 9 run, PA 1 illod; Dennis Llska 2 run, Leland Brown Ick PAT. Lamed Tops Russell 24-6 RUSSELL - Lamed .movc< Is season record to -'i-2 with a 4-6 West Central Kansas Italic football victory over Rus- cll here Friday night. Four different backs figured n the Indian scoring as Shep- lard, Haynae, Janle and Urban all scored on touchdown runs. Jrban's gallop was a 75-yard >reak-away jaunt. Dolexal scored the Bronc TD >n a one-yard'plunge. •vith the Scoreboard clock about .0 give its dying gasp. Roth teams lost good defensive hands in the final period. Mike Rock, 'Hcnsivc end and an outstanding play stopper for Campus mid Hulchinson's Robert Thompson, another standout, had been thwarting each other all through I h c game imd finally it led (o fist throwing, both were tossed out. Thompson's pre - departure i play, however-, still made h i m one of the Hawks' defensive stars for this game, along wilh Don Grosshardl, Brad Wood, who recovered two fumles and intercepted a pass; Mike Franko who made some fine tackles, and Hod Rayl a n d Kevin Mullen who joined Wood in the gallery of pass thieves. Scott Build-field carried 17 limes for 89 yards and upped his AVL lead lo 362 yards on 70 carries. Mike Franko carried seven limes for 54 yards. O'Brien caught three passes for 64 yards and two touchdowns and Scoll Willetl caught three for 54 yards. With four perfect placements, Mike Love ran his extra point score to 13 out of 15 trys. Hulchlnson 714 0 7—78 Campus 6 0 0 0—6 CamputHutch First Downs J 9 Yards rushing Posses completed .... Pass yardage 23 Page 9 Tim Tliilchinnon Ncwi Saturday, Oct. 9,1971 ni 2-14 Intercepted by Fumblos lost 2 Punts Penalties 144 6-12 nn 3 1 8-34 3-43,5 MS 7-75 Indians Pull It Out, 1443 ANDALE - The Medicine I,odge Indians edged Andale 1413 in a come-from-behind Seven Star League football victory here Friday night. Medicine trailed 13-6 at halftime, but Greg Whclan's eight- yard touchdown jaunt and two wint conversion run in Ihe ,hird period moved the Indians ulicad to stay. Whclan also scored the first Tribe TD on a 'our-yard touchdown inn in the second quarter. Medicine Lodge is now 4-1, while Andale's record drops to RICK NELSON, Moundridgc halfback, Is greeted by a host of Haven tacklcrs al'tcr a good gain in Mid- Kansas League football action at Moundridge Friday night. Moundridgc, rated fourth in Class 2-A, (News photo by Boh Harvey) whipped the fifth-ranked Wildcats, 35-14, mid moved inlo a four-way tie for first-place in MKL standings with Haven, Fairl'leld and lluhlcr. Haven Pinned, 35-14 MOUNDRIDGE - The cycle is completed. Moundridgc's Wildcats defeated Haven's Wildcats 35 to 14 in a Mid-Kansas League game here Friday night, knocking the H-Wildcals from unbeaten ranks. Early,in the season, Buhler defeated Moundridgc, 7-(i in overtime to knock Moundridgc out of the undefeated clnss and off n (op spot in most of the stale's 2-A rankings. Last week, II a v c n downed Buhler, 12-7 spoiling Buhlc'r's perfect record. It was Moundridge's time tonight lo defeat the loam that defeated the learn lha|, defeated Moundridge. Moundridgc had been so strong in gmnos .since thai opening loss lo Buhler, Hint the M-Wildcals wont into the game lie re fourth rated, while previously unbeaten Haven was fifth. Still Climbing Moundridgc played as If it were still eyeing No, 1. The M-Cats had a 21-JI lead after the first quarter, a 20-11 lend nt halftimc a 35-11 lead af- Andate 13 .arnod 24 Russell 6 WCKL League Lamed (3-2) 012 6 6—24 it Russell (1-4) 0 0 0 6—6 Game statistics, home team first: Flrsl lowns 12,- 14. Yds. rushing 148,- 216. Pass- s attempted, completed, yards gained 5, 4, 89; 2, 0, 0. / Scoring: L—Shcphard 1 run, PAT fall- id, Haynae 25 run, PAT failed, Jante 8 run, PAT failed, Urban 75 run, PAT ailed. > R—Dool;.al 1 run, PAT failed. Stafford Rips To 34-24 Win 0-4. Medicine Lodge 14 Seven-Star League Medicine Lodge (4-1) 0 6 8 0—14 At Andale (0-4) 0 13 0 0-13 Game statistics, home team first: First downs 5; 8. Scoring: Andale — 60 pass from Dave Jnnebur to Brian Strunk, Knuto Strunk kick; 4' run by Ted Lies, PAT tailed. Medicine Lodge — 4 run by Grog Wholan, PAT failed; Greg Whelan 8 run, ireg Whelan run. Johnson Defeated STAFFORD — Stafford's Trepans pushed their record lo 1-1. in the Mid-America league, defeating Pretty Prairie 34 to 24 here Friday night. Stafford's ground game was devastating as the Trojans rolled lo 302 yards against 'retly Prairie's 90. Prelly Prairie countered with a passing atlack lhat gained 234 yards and two long touchdowns. The Bulldogs scored two other ;ouchdowns on short runs. Stafford 34 Prelly Prairie 24 Mid - America League • Pretty Prairie . 6012 6-24 At Stafford (4-1)' 6 B 14 6—34 Game Statistics, homo team first: First dov/ns 11; 10. Yards rushing 302; 90. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained 2, 1, 22; 14, 7, 234. Scoring: Pretty Prairie — Brad Flick- Inger 1 run, PAT fall; Fllcklngor 44 pass to Roy Goerlnfl, PAT tall, Flickinger 6 run, PAT tailed; Fllcklnger 66 pass to Goorlng, PAT fall, Stafford — Marcus Green 54 run, PAT fall; Green 9 run, Green run; SJeve Elsenhour 91 run, PAT fall, PAT Goss 1 run, 'Goss to Green on PAT; Don Tlllman 37 run PAT tall. Remington Rimmed Marlon 12 Remington 6 Cottonwood Valley League Marlon (3-2) 600 4—12 At Remington (1-4) 0600-6 Game 'Statistics, homo loam (Irst: Yds. rushing 136; 239. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained 13, 4, 56; 8, 4, 75. Scoring: Marlon — Bill Fink to Dan ny Helm lo pass. PAT failed; Frank Peclnovsky recover fumble In end zone, Remington —Chuck Day 4 run, PAT failed.' SYRACUSE - Syracuse knocked Johnson from Ihe unbeaten ranks, 14-6, in an over- lime Hi-Plains League foolball contest here Friday night. It was the first lime Johnson lad been scored on Ihis sca- Syracuie 14 (overtlmi) Johnson i Johnson (4-1) At Syracuse (3-2) Hl-Plalns League Mid-Kansas League Race Gets Re-Start LANGDON - It's a brand new ra.ce 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 Ihe Mid-Kansas cir- Hutch 6 B' Team Downs Sterling STERLING - The Hulchinson High School junior varsily defeated Sterling Varsity, 20-8 here Friday night, pushing its season record to 4-1. Sterling scored first when Healy, 41 lo 14 Bazlno 14 00060—6 0006 8-14 Game statistics, home team first: First downs 4, 16. Yds. rushing 45; 314. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained 12, 4, 67; 4, 0, .0. Scoring: S—Lorln Nance 1 run, PAT failed; Rich Lynam 1 QB sneak, PAT run Kerry Splkor. J—Tom Tucker 1 QB sneak, PAT failed. Hillsboro,36to;12 Hlllsboro 36 Council Grove 12 Cottonwood Valley League Council Grove (3-2) At Hlllsboro (4-1) 606 0-12 0 21 0 15-36 Game statistics, homo tonm first: First downs 22; 6. Yds. rushing 251) 127. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained 10, 3, 27; 7, 2, 12, Scoring: H—Davo Loowen 3 run, PAT Rod Funk kick; Gary Nuss 1 run, PAT Funk, Loowen, 4 run, PAT Funk; ROM Mfllz 1 run, PAT Nuss 1 run; Jim Rat/.latt pass from Mat* 14, PAT Funk, Mealy 41 South 50'6 Lnaout Hcnly (1-3) 7 12 14 fl~41 At Ba/.lno (0-5) 6 0 0 8—14 Game slntKIIca, homo team first: First dov/ns ft) 14, Yds, runhlnp, 112; 264. Passes attempted, completed, yards gain-, od 3, 1, 28; 14, )i, 311. Scoring: H—Andy Johnson 'so pass lo Royco Roemor, Eldon Gill kick) Harold Gossolt 10 run, PAT rail, Carl Wilson 5 run, PAT fall; Johnson 79 run, PAT [all, Wilson 2 run, Johnson pass to R. Brown on PAT; Johnson 28 pass Roger Brown, Robin Jennlson run PAT. B—Larry Koehn 13. run, PAT fall) Safely by Robert Dochant', Kuehn 3 run, PAT fall, 'Horns In 19-0 Win Jelmoro 1» Lakln 0 Non - Loaguo l-nkln (2-3) 0 0 0 0-- 0 Al Jolrnoro (4-1) 7606—19 Gnmo statistics: home team first) First Downs lo, 11. Yards, rushing 225) 144. Passes attempted, completed, yds gained 7, 1, 63; 15, 5, 77, Scoring: Jelmoro — 63 pass from Larry Konlon to Ronny' Dlohl, kick by Brian Shrlwlso; Raymond Bradford 86 run, PAT failed; 35 Intercepted pass by Bill Doyoe, PAT failed. Coldwaler, 15-12 CG—Tim Martin 78 run, Martin 26 run, PAT tailed. PAT failed, Trojans Win Third Southeast ot Saline 14 Bennlngton 0 Coldwntor 15 Iroquols League Mlnnoola Al Coldwatnr ', Mlnnoola II 6006-1 087 0-15 135-W League Southeast (3-2) 0 0 14 0-14 At Bennlnglon (2-3) 00 0 0—0 Game statistics, home team first: Flrtl downs 12; 8, Yds. rushing 121; 68. Passes attempted, completed, yards gained 19, 8, 45; 8, 4, 58, Scoring: S—Currle 1 yd. run, PAT Currle to Anderson pass good. Roe 75 yd. run on recovered fumble. PAT failed. Demons' Second Loss In Row Pratt Stuns Dodge PRATT - Pratl's Class 3-A Greenbacks pulled Ihe 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 /or Dodge City in Wesl Central ; Kansas League play. Pratt, upset last week by Lamed, Is now 4-1 for the season while Dodge stands 3-2 overall. Butlerworth and Vigler scored on six yard runs for Ihs Greenbacks, and Devork booted both PATs. Dodge City scored 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 Dodg* I o a o- e Dodge (3-3) o Al Pratt (4-1) 7 .0 o 7-14 Game statistics, home team llrst: First downs 5) 11, Yds, rushing 15Bi 180. Pott- os attempted, completed, yards gained 7, 3, 27; 5, 1, II. Scoring: P-vBullerworlh 6 yd run. Do- vork PAT good, Vigler 6 yd run. 0«- vork PAT flood, D-Lloyd 3 yd. run. PAT Lloyd run good. Garno statistics, horna loam first; First downs 6) 9. Yds, rushing 150; Ml. Pnssoi> atemptwJ, cornplolod, yardi gained II, 8, 40; J, 1, |3, Scoring: M—Gary Johnson 1 run, PAT fall, Brad Plk'n 3 run, PAT Mil. C—Mlko McNoaly M pais Daryl Me Klnnoy, McMealy run PAT,- McNoaly is pass lo Dan Sponco, McNoaly kick. Ashland In Runaway Ashland 41 s W Helghls 8 Iroquolt League SW Heights (14) o 008—8 Al Ashland (4-1) 7 21 6 7—4 Game Slallslllct, home team first First Downs IB, 6, Yards rushing 194 74. Passes attempted, completed, yardi gained 11, 7, 154j 16, 6, 76. Scoring: Randy Thompton pass Irom Jlrn Arnold 40, PAT kick Andy Howell David Brooks run 2, PAT failed) Thomp son 7 run, PAT Thompson run/ pas: Thompion- from Arnold 12, Howoll kick PAT; pass Arnold lo Thompson, PAT tailed; Daryl Cuslck 1 run, PAT Howel kick. Pass KcrrhKnolt to Blalno Knoll PAT run Welttleln, Marquctlc, 14 to 6 Marquelte 14 Quivira League Mnrquollo'. Clallln 0086—1 At Claflln (1-4) 6000- Game Statistics, home team llrv First Downs 10; i. Yards rushing 42; 8 Yards gained 114, 5. Scoring: Claflln — Anthony Prus pass to Randy McAtee 20, PAT Mllo Marquelfo — Gary Frownteller 3 ru PAT pass Frownteller lo Mitchell; Mlk Hulfe 3 run, PAT tailed. uarlerback Wen Wurst flipped 44 yard scoring pass lo Rod oung. Rex Wyalt converted 'ilh a Iwo-polnt run, Steve Davis put Hutchlmon on ic Scoreboard in Ihe second uarter, intercepting a pass and unning 32 yards for the score, dgar's two point running con- crsion made the score (l-ll at alfllme. Don Reed, former star for hcrman Junior High, tallied oth second half touchdowns, n runs on .four and six yards, onversions failed. The Hutch junior varsity ILsti our juniors, but all others are :>phomorcs. ulch 'B' JO Non League ulch 'B' (4-1) t Sterling (2-3) Sterling 8 086 6—20 8 000-8 Game statistics, homo team first: First owns 19; 12. Yds. rushing 21?) 179 ascoa attempted, cornplolod, yards alned 14, 4, 8.5) 5, 1; 22, Coyotes Lose 28-14 a Crone 28 ln»ley WKEA Loanuo Kinsley 1 14 0 0 0-14 I La Crosso 8 12 0 8—2B First dov/ns 13; 16. Yd». rushing 161 65. Passes attempted, completed, yard flirted 15, 9, 157; 22, 6, 41. Scoring: Lo Crosse Mark Schlmd pass to D. ROdlo, PAT, Mike Me ormlck run. M. Schmidt 20 pass to Rlc Ikor, PAT failed.' M. Schmidt 5 pas > Gregg Sloen, PAT failed, Bruc chroll 20 Interception, PAT Schmld ass to Richard Llker. Klnslny — 27 pass from M, Priest 1 Burkharl, PAT failed. 3 run, D, Molla 3 AT, D. Molina run. nil. all with 4-1 records— Fair- ield, Buhler, Haven and Buhler ground out 301 yards n Ihe ground to Fail-field's (II. Fairfield was not up to par, is the Falcon's starling full- >aclc and leading receiver were njured and did not play. luhlor 25 * Palrllold o ViKL Loiifiuo Juhlor (4-1) 606 11—2: ,1 Fnlrtlold (4-1) OOOO-l Giimo statistics, homo learn' first : lrsl downs 8; 13, Yds, rushing 61 301. Passes attempted, completed, yard gained 19, 3, 35; 7, S, 49, Scoring: Buhlor—Stove Burkholdor 5 un, PAT'failed) Mlko McCoy 35 run 'AT failed; Mike McCoy 39 run, PAT ailed; Klrky Armbursl B run, Royc Ollenburgor kick. Otis-Bison Now 5-0 OTIS - Otis-Bison remalne< undefeated by defeating Gene seo, 32-1.4, in a Quivira League football contest here Frida light. Olli-lilion 3] Oonetoo 1 Qulrlra League lenosoo (.1-2) .,..- 600 B--1 Al Oils-Bison (J.fl) o 18 7 7—3 Gamo statistics; home team tlrsl First downs 7) 12. Yd*, rushing 112 69. Passes attempted, completed, yarc flalnod 19, 8, 180; 15, 5, 99, Scoring: Otls-Blson-19 pasa from Pau irock to Maynard Urban, PAT fallec 76 puss from Paul Brock to Maynard Ur ban, PAT failed; 42 pass from Pau Brock to Don DoWald, PAT failed; 3 >ass from Larry Axman lo Don DoWald Slevo Nu»s kick; Don DoWnld 27 rur Stove Nuss kick. Gonoseo — Rico Poverty 6 run, PA 'ailed; 30 pas trom Brad Rolss'to Rl 'overly, Pass trorn Brad Rolss to Da Vondra, T-Birds Triumph Nashvllle . Zenda 44 Goldon Plains Lnnguo Nashvlllo-Zonda (4-1), At Partridge (1-4) .Partridge 866 240000- First downs 5, 7. Yards rushing -23 120, Passes (illtompled, completed, yard gained 29, 7, 58; 11, 4, 106. Scoring: Nashville • Zonda — 6 pass — Stan donning pass to Norbe Blast, PAT -S.tan llennlng run, Bla I run, PAT failed, llonnlng 54, run PA tailed, Blatl — 1 run, PAT failed, Rlc ard Hagman — 20 tumble recovery PA (ailed, Bln&l — 28 pans Hagrnan PA failed denning — 30 p»s» Inlercopllo PAT t/illod. vr three quarters. They nish- d for I8I yards to Haven's 155, ml completed nine of Ifi passes >r another 125 yards. They /ere deadly once they gol close ) th« goal line. ouiulrldgo 35 Haven 14 Id-Kansas League oven (4-1) 8 00 6-14 I Moundridge (4-1) 21770—35 Gnmo Statistics, home loam Mrs!: Irsl Downs 16, 7, Yards rushing 181, 55. Pasaas attempted, completed, yards fllnod 16, 9, 125; 23, 4, 86, Scoring: Dennis Fllckner 1 run, PAT Ick tailed; pass Paul Crabb lo Monte Vodol 4, PAT past Crabb lo Wodel; Wynn Goorlng 55 pass Inter,, PAT Goer- HI kick; Crabb lo Mark Grntaor 13 pass, 'AT Goerlng; Fllcknor 2 run, PAT ioorlng, Kurt Knapponborger lo Bill Newton 'lias 57, PAT Kanappnnborgor run; New on 9 run, PAT tailed, Subletle Stuns Satan la 44 to 0 8UBI.,]3TTE-Sublcltc scored n every quarter — and three imes in the last one Tor a 44-0 ,viri over /Satanta in a -High 'lalns league game here Frl- lay night. Satanta is still hunl- ng lls f first victory. Sublettc ms'a v 3-2 record. ublelte 44 Sntonla o High Plaint League idlrtnln (0-5) , 000 0—0 Al Sublet!* (3-2) 7 7 723—44 Ciamij statistics, homo team tlrtlt Flrsl downs 2J; 4. Yds, rushing 321; -40. Passas attempted, completed, yards gained 0, 2, 72; 2, 0, 0, Scoring: Scott Sim 45 run, PAT kick ferry Lucm; pass Rick Lohllnl* lo Ron Wodel 62, PAT Lucas; Grog Bach 2 run, PAT Lucaii Lohflnk 27 run, PAT Lucas; Bach 1 run, PAT Jay Weldner to Sim pass) Doug Wright 3 run. PAT Wright Bush ion, 21 lo 16 Bushton 21 Bu.ihlon (1-4) At Hollyrood (0-5) Qulvlr* League Holyrood U 807 6-21 000 16-16 G.iniu itlallillci, home learn llrkl: First down* Hi 13, Ydis, rushing 217; 214. nacn nllompted, completed, yards gained 13, 7, 30) 6, 2, 12. Scoring: D—Rop Illckol 4 run, Brad Illdobrawl pass lo Drad GlelUiri Nickel 1 run, Doug Rluai kick; Linus Orlh V. run, P/yn tailed. H—Larry Klug 31 run, Dennis Phelan run PAT, Klufl 1 run, Ph»lan run PAT, McCracken Cracked Sports Results • * High School Foothall Hutchinson 38, Camput * Prill 14, Dodge City 8 Kiowa 6, Ourrlon 0 Elllnwooci 4i, Ellsworth 14 Holla Plalllft A, Mal«f> 0 Hlllsboro 34, Council Grove 1? Southoait or Saline 14, Dennlngton I Copnland 34, Moscow 6 Mnrlon IJ, Remington A Hutch "B" 30, Sterling 8 Lyons 13, Llndaborg 0 Morquollo 14, Claflln A Jelmor* 19, Lakln 0 Ln Crosso 38, Kinsley 14 St. John 23, Hoisington 1} Stafford 34, Prally Prairie 24 Nlckerson 3D, Hussion 0 Lamed 24, Rusaoll A Scott City 32, Thomas Morn Prep 21 Mocllclno Lodge 14, Andale 13 Hrwllnnd 34, Lewis 8 Moundrldoo 35, Haven 14 Dunhlon 21, Holy rood 1A Ulyssos 41, Hugolon A Dalko, Okla. 33, Bucklln 30 • Victoria 12, Ellin A Nn5hvlll»-Zond<i 44, Partridge 9 Clmarron 30, Fowler A Dorrance 20, McCracken A Syracuse 14, Johnson A, nt Monde 34, Spflarvllla 111 . Fort Scott 30, Plttsburg 3S Loon 37, Udflll 0 Wnmego 3, Abilene ,0 Oxford 14, Central of Burden ( fhborno 18, r>own« A Gmporla 20, AtchlMm 19 AlriiA 13, Qnnga A nurllngamo 37, Wnvitrly ft Concordla l> Sacred Henri A Efflngham ID, Hollon o Fredola 15, Chnrryvale 14 Hamilton 13, Northern Heights 4 Hoxla a, Colby A J»l(er$on Countny North B, Perry-Li" compton A Lincoln 4fl, Smith Center 14 Mrtrynvlllo 26, Delolt 7 Maur Hill 22, Mlslon Valley A Mlnnnapolls A, Belleville 0 Norton 21, SI. Francis 0 Osborna IB, Down* A Onknloosn 2A, Jsllerson County Weil A Pnola 12, DoSolo A Powhntlnn A, Balleyvlllo 0 Qulnler 32, Logan 0 Ransom 59, Kenilngton 0 Roynl Valley 3, McLoulh 0 (ot) Shawneo Mission South 21, ShnwnM Mission Eml 17 Southeast Saline 14, nannlnaton 0 SI. Marys 37, Rossvllle 1A St. XAvler 43, While city o Summerflold 27, Axlell o VAlley Falls 47, Eoston 6 Wnmoflo 3, Abilene 0 Walhena in, Horlon 14 Mealy 41, tlnzlne 14 Ashlnnd 41, Southweilnrn HeloMi I Coldwnler 15, MlnnoolA 11 Olln-nidon 32, Geneioo 14 llfildwln no, Santa Pn Trail A Co<lftr VA!O 27, SedAn 14 Central Heights 34, Plaasanton I Chiton 42, Rlloy County B Gnrnolt 14, Burlington A Goodlnnd 35, OflKloy 7 llayden 37, Shnwnae Malohti 7 Highland M, r-lwood A Jackson Heights 40, Welmor* • jACKion Heights 40, Jatmor* 0 Lyndon 29, Grldloy 14 MAtihAllAn 27, Clny Center 4 * , • McPhorton 21, Chapman \0 Mlllonvalo- 14, Glasco A. NemAhA VAlley 21, Saboth* 12 North Central 27, Luekay'-14 Northern Valley 13, Mfliikulo 0 Pomona 19, Wllllam»burp<» Rose Hill 0, Douglass's Seaman ~H, Lenvenworth 7 SI Mnry'i 39, Rotwllle 1 16 Shawneo Mission Weil 13, Lawrenee I Stockton 2A, PlAlnvllle 0 Topoka 34, Shawneo Mission Northwest 20 Troy 40, Midway of Denlon o Wellivllle 16, Loulsburg 4 Westmoreland 15, Qorn o Hlllcront 74, Elbon 4 * Scandla 46, Court land 0 Elkhart 41, Holcomb 6 Lllllo River to, Sylvan Orove 4 Rolla S4, Monlozurna 0 Sublotle 44, Satanta ,0 Garden City 32, Great Bend 20 Buhlor 15, FAlrllelct o Pawnee Rock.36, Mulllnvllle 12 Attica 44, Skyline 22 McPher»on 21, Chapman o Doorllold y> Mansion B Shnron Sprln«» 53, Wheatland • Garden Plain 52, Trinity 0 • Ensign AA, Ingalls 27 Dorroncn 24 McCrackon , At Dorrance Nan League McCrncken A 6000-6 0 14 0 fr-20 l''ronh, 'Football Kansas SIM» 7, Kansas 6 Nebraska 32, Mltourl 23 Ulysses Runs Wild UlynM 41 First downs ,10i 8. Yds. rushing 1»3; I0«, Passes attempted, completed, yords fjnlnod II, 4, 62; 21, 7, 99, Scoring; McCrackon — Dan Conner 15 tumble recovery, PAT failed. Dorranca — Mark Sinclair, 4 run, PAT lolled, Gary Slolnly IB pass to Larry Bonn, PAT Sinclair run. Rlch/ird Meier 2 run, PAT failed. Vicloria Now 4-1 Victoria 12 Bills 6 Victoria Non-League (4-1) 400 6-U At Ulysitt* (2-2) ,,,, 141413 0-41 Gome ilatliHcs, horn* team first: First downs 16| 8. Yds. patlng 253; 51. PtllM attempted, completed, yards gained 4, 2, 39; 16, 0, 86. Scorings U—Koply 25 yd run, Danny Reed PAT good, McDanlals 13 yd run/ Danny Reed PAT good, Mcdannlals 1 yd run, R«ed PAT good, MlnK» 2 yd run, Roed PAT good, Mnlont In- tnrcepled past 12 yds, Reed PAT good, H«us«r 7 yd run, PAT'failed. H~-Rom» lo Wing IS yd pass, PAT failed. Protection Rolls Al Ellis (2-3) 0 0 0 6-6 Gnmo statistics, home team first: Pint downs 0; 6, Yds. rustling 146| 55. Passes Attempted, completed, yards gained 9, 2, 21; i, 4, 36, Scoring: Ellis — Grog Mlckelson 2 run, PAT tailed. ^ Victoria - Terry Dinks! 6 run, PAT tolled; Torry Dlnkel 6 pass to Dnv« Smidors, PAT lulled. Remain tyndvfealed Owls Dump Celts By KENNY WOOOARD The Trinily Celtics went down to their fifth straight defeal of he season as the Garden Plain Owls blasted to a 52-fl win Friday night in Mid-A,mt i rica lx;a- juc 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 variftly of plays for great gains, the Owls com' pletely dominated from the start, the game I'ut Kerschcn led the way for the Owls with two touchdowns, three two-point conversions and 125 yards rushing. Mis first touchdown gave Garden Plain a ft-0 lead in the first quarter. Ke-rschen made it 8-0 with a Iwo poinl conversion. • In Ihe same period, quarter- jack Tim llenncr swept over from the five-yard line at 2:30. A pass from Renner io Tirh Pauly 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 ball in Ihe end /one for a touchdown. .Garden Plain led at halftime 24-0. ' Garden Plain gcored twice In the third period when Kcr- sohen rumbled 20 yards to puydlrl and Chct Ayres scored from the 10. A Jlenncr-to I'auly pass accounted for the two-point conversion after Kcr- schen's touchdown. Jerry Pauly broke through the right side and sprinted 37 yards to score In Ihe fourth period, Harold Morgan took a'13-yard pass from llenncr at 5:41 for Garden Plain's final tally. The Owls had 322 yards on the ground and 40 by air, They also had eight, first downs. 'Hie Celtics netted 64 yards on the ground and 11 through the air. They had five first downs. Garden Plain 16 11414-52 Trinity . :,,., 0 0 o 0-0 Hugolon WKIA (.«»*«* (0-S) 000 4-* Protection 34 Iroquols League Prolocllon (5-o) At Graonsburg (0-5) Gamo statistics, homo OrMfisburi 4 14 13 7 0-34 0660—4 team tint: Plrsl downs 4, 8, Yardt rushing 51, 330. Passes altomplid, completed 'yard* gained 14, 4, 60) 4, 0, 0. Scorlnti: Protection — Ft Glrk I yd run Herd PAT good, K Woolialk 10 yd run, Herd PAT good, Edmonston 10 yd run, Hard PAT good, R Glrk 13 yd run/ PAT failed) GlrK 1 yd run, PAT good Herd, Groensbrug — M, Carol!! Pa»i from R. Schmidt 35 yd pail PAT f»ll«d. Eikhart - Easy Blkhart 41 . Holcomb 4 Hl-PUIns League Elkharl (4-1) ,.,,' '14 01314-41 Al Holcomb (M) '. ,,, 0400—4 Gam* statistics, horn* team tlrtt; First downs 16; 11, Yds. rushing 54) 218, Pastel attempted, completed, ytrdi galtwd S, 3, V>> 1,1, 105. Scoring: E—Rlley M yd run, PAT good Rlltty, Wealherman 4 yd run, PAT (alltd, Oilman 20 yd run, PAT falltd, Johnson 90 yd run, PAT tailed, Rlley U. yd run, PAT good Rlley. Ji—Ornn recovered fumbl* J yd run, PAT failed. Dragons Now 5-0 Hivllind 14 Great Plains League Havlland (30) , At Lewis (0-5) . .. Game ttatlitlcs. Ltwll I 4144 ..,..,, 0 0 I 0- I horn* turn first! Yds. ruining 174) 244, Pat««t attempted, compiled, wards galnad 15, 4, M) S, I, 10, Scoring: L—Pati Phillip B*y»r tp Oltnn Mead 35, PAT B»y»r run, H-Gary ROM 1 run, PAT lalltd/ Royc* Kendall 3) run, Rou PAT run; Keith Whtrwy M punt r«eov«ry, PAT tallnd) Kindall 10 run, PAT-ftl|*df Oiry ClarMofl 4J run, Ro«i PAT run. -" * •' ( '"

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