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THE SALINA JOURNAL SPORTS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1. 1996 C3 V HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL Beloit shuts out Belleville, 22-0 Surging Trojans post seventh straight victory, clinch berth in playoffs By The Journal Staff The Beloit Express rolls on. Next stop: the Class 3A state playoffs. Beloit rolled over visiting Belleville 22-0 Thursday night to win the District 10 title. The victory was the seventh in a row for the Trojans. Belleville ends its season with a 5-4 record. The shutout was the second in a row for Beloit, which blanked shutout Southeast of Saline 31-0 last Friday. Levi Lange led Beloit with 180 yards rushing on 17 carries. The senior running back scored touchdowns on runs of 5 and 36 yards. Theron Welch led the Trojan 100defense with two •interceptions. Beloit held Belleville lo 129 yards total offense, 89 rushing. Beloit (8-1) had 225 yards rushing and five passing. Quarterack Joel Heidrick was 1 of 9 passing. Beloit plays Marion on Tuesday at Beloit in the first round of the 3A playoffs. Marion defeated Hes- ston 29-26 Thursday night. • Marion 29, Hesston 26 — At Marion, the Warriors overcame a 19-14 halftime deficit to win the Class 3A District 9 championship. Jerod Hett led Marion with 219 yards rushing on 26 carries. He scored three touchdowns no runs of 53, 7 and 1 yard. Marion plays at Beloit on Tuesday. • Stockton 52, Plainville 7 — At Stockton, Thane VanEaton rushed for 174 yards on 25 carries and one AP68 touchdown and Travis Wagner added 78 yards on eight carries and one TD as Stockton won the Class 2-lA District 11 title. Stockton (6-3), the defending state champion, travels to Claflin for its first-round game Tuesday night. Quarterback Aron McReynolds was 5 of 5 passing for 66 yards and two touchdowns for Stockton. Stockton's defense held Plainville (4-5) to 83 yards total offense. • Trego 28, Hoisington 0 — At Hoisington, Trego broke away from a 0-0 halftime tie and won the Class 3A District 16 title. Junior running back Taylor Trogstad led the Golden Eagles' second half charge with touchdown runs of 2, 19 and 24 yards. Robert Spies scored on a 65-yard run. Trego (7-2) scored 21 points in the third quarter. Hoisington finishes its season at 7-2. • Goodland 29, Scott City 13 — At Goodland, the Cowboys rolled into the Class 4A playoffs by winning the District 15 title. Goodland (7-2) led 16-13 at halftime and maintained the lead entering the fourth quarter. J.T. Burk scored on runs of 43, 3 and 3 yards for Goodland. • St. Francis 34, Atwood 0 — At St. Francis, Aaron Culwcll and Justin McAtee scored two touchdowns each on long runs as St. Francis captured the Class 2-lA District 15 title. Culwell scored on jaunts of 55 and 33 yards while McAtee traveled 60 and 70 yards for his two TDs. St. Francis led 20-0 at halftime. • Bennington 82, Wakefield 42 — At Bennington, the Bulldogs clinched an Eight-Man II playoff berth as Jesse Smith scored four touchdowns in a District 7 game. Smith scored on runs of 19, 10 and 24 yards and caught an 11- yard touchdown pass from Justin Morgan. Bennington led 29-6 after one quarter and 43-20 at halftime. • Smoky Valley 40, Ellsworth 15 — At Lindsborg, Teddy LeRoy scored three touchdowns and Keir Swisher two as Smoky Valley moved into the Class 4A playoffs by winning the District 13 title. LeRoy scored on runs of 10, 3 and 1 yard while Swisher caught touchdown passes of 18 and 32 yards from quarterback Chad Nelson. Smoky Valley (7-2) led 27-0 at halftime. Ellsworth finishes its season with a 1-8 record. • Hope 60, White City 40 -- At White City, quarterback Brent Riedy completed 13 of 19 passes for 234 yards and five touchdowns to lead Hope to victory and an Eight- Man II district title. Hope (5-4) will play Central Christian on Tuesday in the first round of the playoffs. Three of Riedy's TD passes went to Cody McMahan. Hope trailed 12-6 after the first quarter, but outscored the Huskies 38-6 over the next two quarters to take command. HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL RESULTS BELOIT 22, BELLEVILLE 0 Belleville 0000-0 Beloit 0 7 8 7-22 Beloit - Lange (2) 5, 36 runs; Heidrick 1 run. PAT Seyfert 2 kicks; Heidrick run. TESCOTT 74, CHASE 24 Tescott 36 0 26 12 - 74 Chase 0 18 0 6-24 Tescott - Rider (4) 3, 10, 35 runs, 60 pass from Oet- llng; Anderson (2) 12, 14 runs; Miller (2) 3, 21 runs; Gottl 4 run; Ootting 50 punt return; Larson 34 run. PAT - Rider 3 runs; Anderson pass from Oettlng. Chase - Link (3) 15, 25 pass from Alexander. 20 fumble return; Herold 50 pass from Alexander. WACONDA EAST 55, SOUTHERN CLOUD 6 Southern Cloud 0 6 0 x - 6 WacondaEast(B-l) 29 0 26 x - 55 Southern Cloud - Wyatt 2 run. Waconda East - Hennlngsen (2) 45, 72 runs; Cunningham (2) 43 run, 66 pass from Union; Martin 11 pass from Union; Gaston 47 pass from Union; Thomas 7 run; Rader fumble recovery end zone. PAT - McPeak run; Gaston pass from Llnton; Hove 3 kicks. STOCKTON 52, PLAINVILLE 7 Plainville (4-5) 0007-7 Stockton 8 24 14 6-52 Plainville - Ross 1 run. PAT - Clapp kick. Stockton - Picket! 29 pass from McReynolds; McReynolds 13 run; Wagner 33 run; Roy 15 pass from McReynolds; Thane VanEaton (2) 16 run, 79 kickoff return; Perez 13 run. PAT - Thane VanEaton run; Trevor VanEaton pass from McReynolds; Dix pass from McReynolds; Walker run; Glendenlng 2 kicks. MARION 29, HESSTON 26 Heiston (4-5) 712 0 7-26 Marion (7-2) 7 7 8 7-29 Hesston -Weaver 5 pass from Buhrman; Clark 1 run; Lucht 13 pass from Clark; King 33 run. PAT - Stans- bun/ 2 kicks. Marion - Hett (3) 53, 7 1 runs; Craft 3 run. PAT- Hett 3 kicks; Craft run. SJ BELOIT 58, OLATHE CHRISTIAN 0 Olathe Christian 0 0 x x - 0 SJ Beloit 36 22 x x - 58 St. John's Beloit - Brown (3) 29 run, 42,62 punt block returns; Niewald (3) 4, 25 runs, fumble recovery in end zone; Budke 59 run; Pruitt 24 run; team safety. PAT Schwerman 2 passes from Brown; Budkd pass from Brown; Brown run. Naloma SYLVAN 70, NATOMA 20 6 0 0 14 - 20 Sylvan 22 28 0 20 - 70 Natoma - Finkenblnder (2) 6, 33 runs; Quark 64 kickoff return. PAT - Finkenbinder run. Sylvan - Clint Meitler (3) 30, 12 pass from John Wiese, 70 kickoff return; Wiese (5) 7. 17, 11 runs, 11, 27 passes from C.Melller; Sheldon 4 run; Cheney 20 pass from Wiese. PAT - Wiese run; C.Meitler 3 runs; D.Meitler pass from C.Meitler. BENNINGTON 82, WAKEFIELD 42 Wakefield 6 14 6 16 - 42 Bennington 29 14 14 25 - 82 Wakefield - Hooper (2) 6, 1 runs; Ryan (2) 1, 9 runs; Cullip 1 run; Bawell 35 pass from Hooper. PAT - Bagwell pass from Hooper; Vogel pass from Hooper Hooper run, Bennington - Daniels (2) 19, 9 runs; Smith (4) 19,10. 24 runs, 11 pass from Morgan; Morgan 3 run; Ade 1 run; Seifert 35 pass from Morgan; Murray 1 pass from Morgan; Saenger 10 pass from Morgan; Alterbeck 29 field goal. PAT - Alterbeck 9 kicks; Stenfors pass from Morgan. ST. FRANCIS 34, ATWOOD 0 Atwood 0000-0 St. Francis 6 14 8 6-34 St. Francis - Aaron Culwell (2) 55, 33 runs; Justin McAtee (2) 60, 70 runs; Faylor 54 run. PAT - Burr pass from Young; Faylor run. SMOKY VALLEY 40, ELLSWORTH 15 Ellsworth 0 0 8 7-15 Smoky Valley 14 13 6 7-40 Ellsworth - Gwlnner 70 Interception return; Weather 3 run. PAT - Kohl pass from Kueser; Robl kick. Smoky Valley- LeRoy (3) 10, 3,1 runs; Bishop 8 run; Swisher (2) 18, 32 passes from Nelson. PAT - LeRoy pass from Nelson; Anderson 2 kicks. HILL CITY 14, HOXIE 13 Hill City 0707-14 Hoxie 0 7 6 0-13 Hill City - Elliott 20 interception return; Jackson 15 run. PAT - Taerka 2 kicks. Hoxle - Mauck (2) 11, 5 runs. PAT - Hague kick. HANSTON 56, PAWNEE HEIGHTS 0 Pawnee Hts 0 0 x x - 0 Hanston 16 30 x x - 56 Hanston - Smith 6 runs; Hahn 55 pass tram Smith; Lee 22 run. PAT _ Smith 2 runs; Lundeen 2 runs. LINN 20, MIDWAY-DENTON 12 Mldway-Denton 6 6 0 0-12 Linn 0 6 14 0-20 Mldway-Denton - Fuhrman 43 run; Roberts 3 pass from Blanton. Linn - Peters (2) 79,13 passes from Hiltgen; Ohlde 3 run. PAT - Peters run. GOESSEL 64, SOLOMON 16 Goessel 28 30 6 x - 64 Solomon 16 0 0 x - 16 Goessel - Reed (2) 13,19 runs; Flaming (3) 38, 7,19 runs; Bedllngton 55 pass from Reed; Gloason 11 pass from Reed; Cooper 2 run. PAT - Flaming 2 runs; Gleason 2 kicks; Cooper run; Reed run. Solomon - Kelsey 32 runs; Neaderhiser 5 run. PAT - Neaderhlser run; Neaderhlser pas from Kelsey. TIPTON 36, DOWNS 30 (ot) Tipton 6 18 0 6 6-36 Downs 6 12 6 6 0-30 Tipton - Hollertch (2) 25. 58 passes from Tonne; Tonne (2) 6, 76 runs; May (2) 1, 10 runs. Downs - Vortz (3) 1, 10, 12 runs; Rulhstrom (2) 70, 2 runs. GOODLAND 29, SCOTT CITY 13 Scon City (6-3) 7 6 0 0-13 Goodland (7-2) 7 9 0 13 - 29 Scott City - Edwards 14 run; Herbers 2 run. PAT Bau kick. Goodland - Burk (3) 43, 3, 3 runs; Hall 30 run, 37 fieldgoal. PAT - Hall 2 kicks. CLIFTON-CLYDE 36, WASHINGTON 24 Clifton-Clyde 16 B 12 0-36 Washington 0 0 0 24 - 24 Clifton- Clyde - LeClair (2) 3, 80 runs; Stelnbrock (2) 25, 47 runs; Jackson 63 pass from Stelnbrock. PAT LeClair 2 runs; Czatanskly pass from Steinbrock. Washington - George (2) 59 run, 36 Pass from Ouellette; Bond 20 run. PAT - Bond 2 runs; Kearn pass from Ouelette. LINCOLN 27, OSBORNE 6 Lincoln (2-7) 6 19 2 0-27 Osbome (0-9) 0006-6 Lincoln - Obermeuller 8 pass from Gebhart; Lohmann 5 pass from Gebhart; Hortlng 50 pass from Gebhart; Team safety. PAT - Gebhart kick. Osbome - Smith 2 run. TREGO 28, HOISINGTON 0 Trego (8-1) 0 0 21 7-28 Hoisington (7-2) 0000-0 Trego - Trogstad (3) 2, 19, 24 runs; Spies 65 run. PAT - Malson 4 kicks. HEALY-UTICA 20, RANSOM 14 Healy-Utioa 0 0 6 14 - 20 Ransom 8 6 0 0-14 Healy-Utica - Borquin 17 pass from Cramer; Heim 1 run; Taldo 5 run. PAT - Taldo pass from Cramer. Ransom - Albers 60 interception return; Dechant 9 interception return. PAT - Ochs pass from Tlllitson. LOGAN 54, NORTHERN VALLEY 28 Logan 22 8 8 16 - 54 Northern Valley 8 8 0 12 - 28 Logan - Kemper (3) 15, 16 runs, 65 kickoff return; Ebner (2) 12, 3 runs; Jones 20 run; Voss 13 Interception return. PAT - Jones 2 runs; Forrest 2 passes from Kemper; Voss pass from Kemper; Whitner run. Northern Valley - Cox (2) 1,3 runs; Chesney 3 run; Hansen 11 run. PAT - Hansen run; Chesney run. HOPE 60, WHITE CITY 40 Hope (5-4) 6 24 14 16 - 60 White City 12 0 6 22 - 40 Hope - McMahan (3) 12, 48, 16 passes from Riedy; Riedy (3) 1, 1, 1 runs; Brewer (2) 16, 30 passes from Riedy; Lister 1 run. PAT - Lister 2 runs; McMahan pass from Riedy. White City - Coons (3) 5, 2, 16 runs; Hammersmith (2) 21, 12 passes from Coons; Harmlson 12 pass from Coons, PAT - Hammersmith 2 passes from Coons. SHARON SPRINGS 40, TRIBUNE 34 Tribune (4-4) 8 818 0-34 Sharon Springs (5-3) 8 816 8-40 Tribune - Mangan (4) 1,2, 9 runs, 37 pass from Stewart; Stewart 7 run. PAT - Mangan run; Stewart run. Sharon Springs - Cox (5) 12, 64, 14, 55 4 runs. PAT - Cox 2 runs; Jones pass from Cox; Poe passes from Cox, Welch. BV RANDOLPH 56, HANOVER 30 BV Randolph 22 28 6 0-56 Hanover 16 0 B 6-30 BV Randolph - Stedman 30 pass from Dowell; Peter (4) 14, 5, 1, 2 runs; Dowell (3) 7, 44, 7 runs. PAT Stedman 2 kicks; Dowell 2 runs; Rathlisberger pas from Dowell. Hanover - D.Jueneman (2) 65, 56 passes from Lick- telg; Licktelg (2) 11 run, 69 pass from D.Jueneman. PAT - G.Jueneman pass (rom M.Bruna; Rohr pass from Lichtelg; D.Jueneman run. NORLAND 66, PALCO 38 < PalCO 6 6 6 20 - 38 Morland 14 14 6 32 - 66 Palco - Howland (5) 55, 35, 16, 21, 55 passes from Brin; Brin 12 run; Acheson 14 run. PAT - Howland pass from Brin. Morland - Acheson (3) 1, 31 passes from Born, 54 run; Crayton (3) 52, 10 runs, 59 pass from Born; Bom (3) 74, 4 runs; 53 interception; Leitner 8 interception return. PAT - Acheson run; Crayton run; Bom run. THURSDAY'S SCORES CLASS 6A District 1 SM East at SM South KC Harmon at KC Wyandotte District 2 BV Northwest at SM West SM Northwest at SM North District 3 Olalhe North at Olalhe South Olalhe East al KC Washington District 4 leavenworth al Lawrence Topeka High idle District 5 Manhattan at Topeka West Junction City at Topeka Washbum Rural District 6 Ernporia at Wichita Easl Wichita North al Wichita Heights District 7 Derby at Wichita West Wichita Southeast at Wichita South District 8 Wichita Northwest at Dodge City Hulchinson al Garden City CLASS 5A District 1 BV North vs. BV Stilwell SM Miege al KC Sumner District 2 St. Thomas Aquinas at KC Turner KC Schlagle at Ottawa District 3 Salina Central al Topeka Seaman Topeka Highland Park at Shavmee Heights District 4 Pillsbuig al Arkansas City Independence at Colfeyville District 5 Great Bend al Salina South Hays at McPherson District 6 Valley Center al Maize Buhler at Newton District 7 Winfield at Wichita Kapaun Andover al El Dorado District 8 Liberal at Goddard Wichita Campus at Wichita Carroll CLASS 4A District 1 Hiawatha 29, Maur Hill 6 Atchlson27,Jet(West25 District 2 KC Ward at Lansing Basehor-Linwcod at KC Piper District 3 Santa Fe Trail 33, Topeka Hayden 14 Perry-Lecompton 22, Council Grove 12 District 4 Gardner-Edgerton 38, DeSoto 6 Bonner Springs 42, Tonganoxie 12 District S Baldwin at Paola Louisburg 42. Spring Hill 14 District 6 Anderson County 38, Osawatomie 8 Prairie View at Burlington District 7 Fort Scott 25, Chanute 0 lola 20, Girard 7 District 8 Parsons 33, Labette County 28 Neodesha 25. Columbus 7 District 9 Wamego39, Hollon 19 Sabelha 24, Marysvilio 20 District 10 Abilene 28, Chapman 12 Concordia at Clay Center District 11 Fredonla at Augusta Douglass 36, Circle 14 District 12 Rose Hill at Wellington Clearwater at Mulvane District 13 Smoky Valley 40, Ellsworth 15 Russell at Nlckerson District 14 Andale 34, Kingman 6 Haven 50, Chaparral 7 District 15 Goodland 29. Scott City 13 Colby at TMP-Marian District 16 Ulysses 59, Hugolon 0 Pratt at Lamed CLASS 3A District 1 Atchison County 26, Nemaha Valley 12 Walhena 28, Horton 6 District 2 McLoulh 33, Immaculata 8 Eudora at Pleasant Ridge District 3 Silver Lake 48, Royal Valley 7 Oskaloosa at St. Marys District 4 Rlley County 14, Rock Creek 13 Wabaunsee 40, Mission Valley 14 District 5 Wellsville 46, Pomona 12 Osage City al Northern Heights District 6 Central Heights at Jayhawk Linn Yates Center 43, Humboldl 25 District 7 Piiverton 22, Galena 14 Baxter Springs 38, NE Arma 14 District 8 Caney 14, Erie 10 Cherryvale 40, SE Cherokee 0 District 9 Marion 29, He&ston 26 Hillsboro al Heringlon District 10 Beloit 22. Belleville 0 SE Saline 55, Minneapolis 7 District 11 Halstead 68, Wichita Collegiate 7 Eureka 40, Bluestem 14 District 12 Medicine Lodge 27, Belle Plalne 21 Conway Springs 22, Cheney 14 District 13 SW Heights 20. Cimarron 15 Holcomb 28, Lakln 22 District 14 Lyons 21, Sterling 14 Ellinwood 42, St. John 8 District IS Smith Center at Oberiin (Friday) Phillipsburg at Norton (Friday) District 16 Trego 28, Holslnglon 0 Leoli at Oakley CLASS 2-1A District 1 Franklort 59, Valley Heights 18 Clifton-Clyde 36, Washington 24 District 2 Jackson Heights 46, Centralia 6 Onaga 34, Rossville 20 District 3 Jeff North 48, Valley Falls 0 Troy 41, Highland 6 District 4 Waverty 22, Lyndon 20 Marais des Cygnes 41, Burlingame 0 District 5 Chase County 37, Madison 20 Lebo29, OlpeO District 6 Pittsburg Colgan 35, Marmaton Valley 8 Frontenac25, Unlontown 13 Pteasantoci at Commerce, OMa. (ncmistrict) District 7 Sedan at West Elk Central Burden al Altoona Midway District 8 Moundridge 28, Sedgwick 7 Peabody al Remington District 9 Ell-Saline 27, Canlon-Galva 18 Inman 20, Salina Sacred Heart 17 (ot) District 10 Garden Plain 54, Oxford 6 Caldwell at Udall District 11 Stockton 52, Plainville 7 Lincoln 27, Osbome 6 District 12 Claflin al Victoria Otis-Bison 10, LaCrosseS District 13 Bucklin 63, Fairfield 0 Kinsley 40, Greensburg 12 District 14 Stanton County 47, Syracuse 6 Elkhart 41 .Subletted District 15 St. Francis 34, Atwood 0 Hill City 14, Hoxie 13 District 16 Dlghton 28, Ness City 24 Oulnter at Ellis EIGHT-MAN I District 1 Crest at Gridley (non-district) Williamsburg 42, Hartford 26 District 2 Chetopa 32, St. Paul 8 Oswego at Elk Valley (non-district) District 3 Burrton 50, Pretty Prairie 0 Argonia al Hutchinson Trinity (non-district) District 4 Flinlhills 46, South Haven 0 Oswego al Elk Valley (non-district) District 5 BV Randolph 56, Hanover 30 Linn 20, Midway Denton 12 District 6 Pike Valley at Mankato Waconda East 55, Southern Cloud 6 (non-district) District 7 Bennington 82, Wakefield 42 Waconda East 55, Southern Cloud 6 (non-district) District 8 Goessel at Solomon Centre 30, Quivira Heights 6 (non-district) District 9 Little River 38. Wilson 12 Centre 30, Quivira Heights 6 (non-district) District 10 Pratt Skyline 48, Stafford 16 Central Christian 48, Cunningham 0 (non-district) District 11 Ashland 74, Fowler 8 (non-district) Coldwater at South Barber District 12 Norwich at Attica Argonia at Hulchinson Trinity (non-district) District 13 Spearville at Macksville Jelmore at Lewis (non-district) District 14 Satanta 52, Meade 6 (non-district) South Gray 40, Minneola 0 District 15 Ingalls 52, Deertield 42 Satanta 52, Meade 6 (non-district) District 16 Gnnneli 50, Cheyiin 26 Sharon Springs 40, Tribune 34 EIGHT-MAN II District 1 Kansas Deaf at Elwood District 2 Baileyville 50. Bern 30 St. Marys Academy at Axtell (non-district) District 3 Dexter at Thayer Cedar Vale idle District 4 LeRoy 60, Hamilton 12 Crest at Gridley (non-district) District 5 Hope 60, White City 40 District 6 Central Christian 48, Cunningham 0 (non-district) Tescott 74, Chase 24 District 7 SJ Beloit 58, Olathe Christian 0 (non-district) Tiplon 36, Downs 30 (ot) District 8 While Rock at Hlllcrest Jewell 76. North Central 46 District 9 Kensington 44, Eastern Heights 0 Logan 54, Northern Valley 28 District 10 Sylvan 70, Naloma 20 Lucas-Luray idle District 11 Triplains 1, Bazine 0 (forleit. non-district) Brewster Idle District 12 Motland 66, Palco 38 (non-district) Golden Plains at Lenora District 13 Healy-Ulica 20. Ransom 14 Morland 66, Palco 38 (non-district) District 14 Hanslon 56, Pawnee Heights 0 Triplains 1, Bazine 0 (forfeit, non-district) District 15 Rolla 53. Moscow 8 Ashland 74, Fowler 8 (non-district) District 16 Haviland 54, Protection 12 Jetmore at Lewis (non-district) AREA STATS PACK Statistics from Thursday's area high school games Ell-Saline 27, Canton-Galva 18 GAME IN STATS First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Com-AtMnt Total offense Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Punts-avg. CO 19 36-117 157 10-26-1 62-274 1-1 3-25 3-340 ES 2?. 52-385 16 1-9-0 61-401 6-4 7-62 0-0.0 First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Com-Att-lnl Total offense Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Punts-avg M 10 32-65 69 7-17-3 49-134 6-4 5-60 3-40.0 SES 19 46-356 77 5-15-2 61-433 2-1 8-182 3-43.7 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - CANTON-GALVA: Pavlovich 16-83. Moran 13-36, Hoppes 7 (-2) ELL-SALINE: O'Neal 22209. Mannel 17-129, C, Augustine 13-47. PASSING - CANTON-GALVA: Hoppes 10-25-1-157, Pavlovich 0-1 -0-0. ELL-SALINE: C.Augustine 1-9-0-16. RECEIVING - CANTON GALVA: Pavlovich 3-54. Nelson 3-52. McMannis 2-32. Culhhertson 2-19. ELLSALINE: Martin 1-16. PUNTING - CANTON-GALVA: Koehn 3-34.0. ELLSALINE: None SCORING SUMMARY Canton-Galva 0 0 6 12 - 18 Ell-Saline 14 0 7 6-27 First Quarter ES - Mannel 5 run (Andores kick), 9:23. ES - Martin 16 pass from C.Augustine (Anderes kick). 4:12. Third Quarter CG - Moran 1 run {kick (ailed), 7:08. ES - O'Neal 5 run (Anderes kick), 2:54. Fourth Quarter ES - Mannel 4 run (pass (ailed), 10:05. CG - Cuthbertson 16 pass from Hoppes (run failed), 7:06. CG - Pavlovich 17 pass from Hoppes (run failed), 5:32. Inman 20, Sacred Heart 17 (ot) GAME IN STATS SH I First downs 19 8 Rushes-yards 54-202 25-82 Passing yards 80 100 Comp-Att-Int 9-17-0 3-14-1 Total plays-yards 71-2B2 39-182 Fumbles-lost 4-1 3-2 Penalties-yards 3-25 5-35 Punts-Avg 1-36 5-34.2 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: SH: Ash 13-I-17), Knipp 18-111. Bonilla 540. Walker 3-(-2), Ryan 14-70, Herbel 1-0. I: Schrag 59, Slsson 12-42. Worthing 3-18. Wiens 1-3. Ediger4-I0. PASSING: SH: Ash 9-17-0, 80 yards. I: 3-14-1, 100 yards. RECEIVING: SH: Knipp 1-10, Losik 3-18. Walker 125, Bonilla 2-18. Ryan 1-(-1), Herbel 1-10. I: Sisson 111, Oard 1-60, Friesen 1-29. PUNTING: SH-. Losik 1-36. 1: Worthing 5-34.2. SCORING SUMMARY Sallna Sacred Heart 0 7 0 7 3-17 Inman 6 8 0 0 6 - 20 First Quarter I - Oard 60 pass (rom Worthing (kick (ail), 1 1 :20 Second Quarter SH - Knipp 21 run (Schmitz kick), 9:06 I - Sisson 7 run (Ediger run), 4:06 Fourth Quarter SH - Ryan 10 run (Schmitz kick. 3:51 Overtime SH - Schmitz 24 field goal I - Ediger 2 run SE-Saline 55, Minneapolis 7 GAME IN STATS INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - MINNEAPOLIS: Pieschl 11-92, Harrls4- (-19), Denlson 6-(-3). Pickroll 2-0. Johnson 1-3, Wallace 8-(-8). SOUTHEAST: Ty. Douglas 10-44. R. Ke|r 10-128. Redden 11-102. Th. Douglas 10-62. Ross 1-(1), N. Kejr3-17. Zurtluh 1-4. PASSING - MINNEAPOLIS: Harris 5-10-0-53. Wallace 2-7-3-16. SOUTHEAST: Th. Douglas 4-13-2-37, Placek 1-2-0-40. RECEIVING - MINNEAPOLIS: Condray 3-48. Wright 1-2, Plckrell 1-3, Denison 2-16 SOUTHEAST: Loersch 3-56, Ty Douglas 1-16. Thlel 1-5. PUNTING -- MINNEAPOLIS: Harris 2-41 .5. Plckrell 1 37.0. SOUTHEAST: Schwarz 3-43.7. SCORING SUMMARY Minneapolis 0 0 70-7 Southeast of Saline B 14 20 13-55 First Quarter SES - R. Ke|r 50 run (Redden run), 3:33. Second Quarter SES - Loersch 12 pass from Th. Douglas (run failed), 4.28. SES - Thiel 5 pass from Th. Douglas (Ty. Douglas pass from Th. Douglas), :13. Third Quarter M - Wallace 82 kickoff return (Parks kick). 1 1 :49. SES - Redden 39 run (kick falls). 10:39. SES - Th. Douglas 1 run (Thlel kick), 3:23. SES - R. Ke)r 41 run (Thiel kick). 1:51. Fourth Quarter SES - Ty Douglas 39 interception return (kick failed), 11:05. SES - Loersch 40 pass from Placek (Thiel kick), 6:49. Abilene 28, Chapman 12 GAME IN STATS First downs Rushos-yards Passing yards Comp-Att-Int Total offense Fumbles-losl Penalties-yards Punts-Avg. C 14 36-210 67 5-13-2 49-277 1-1 6-45 1-30.0 A 14 54-208 96 5-11-1 65-304 3-0 4-35 1-23.0 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: Chapman: Hanney 18-115, Longorla 986, Krinhop 8-2, Small 1-7. Abilene: Carver 16-70. Faulkner 18-54, Desbien 13-62. Racy 6-25. Needham 1-(-3). PASSING: Chapman: Krinhop 5-13-2 67. Abilene: Racy 5-11-1. RECEIVING: Chapman: Small 3-57, Jameson 1-7. Hanney 1-3. Abilene: Carver 2-72, Needham 3-24. PUNTING: Chapman: Craig 1-30. Abilene: Becker 1-23. SCORING SUMMARY Chapman 0 6 6 0-12 Abilene 6 15 7 0-28 First Quarter A-Oesblen 3 run (run failed), 4:17. Second Quarter A-Needham 9 pass from Racy (Faulkner pass from Neodham), 9:45 A-Carver 4 run (Miller kick), 5:07. C-Small 1 pass from Krinhop (kick failed), 0:25. Third Quarter A-Racy 1 run (Miller kick), 3:55. C-Small 55 pass from Krinhop (pass failed), 2:53. Inman slips past Knights in OT Sacred Heart finishes 7-2 after coming up short against Teutons By The Journal Staff INMAN — It's been a frustrating six days for the Sacred Heart football team. The eighth-ranked Knights ended their season Thursday night with a tough loss to the Inman Teutons. Jordan Ediger scored from the 2-yard line on fourth down to give Inman a 20-17 overtime victory in the season-finale for both teams. The loss in the Class 2-lA district game dropped Sacred Heart to 7-2 for the season. The Knights lost their first game of the season last HIGH SCHOOL ^ay against Sacred Heart 17 ^ahne , f We just didn t Inman 20 come ready to play," Sacred Heart coach Tony Canacari said. "We didn't play with any mental intensity. They played with intensity and we didn't." Despite dominating the second half — 38 offensive plays and 152 yards to 20 plays and 51 yards for Inman — Sacred Heart scored only once despite driving into Teuton territory five times. "I'm disappointed the kids didn't finish 8-1, because I sure felt like they should have," Canacari said."But, you can't take anything away from Inman. You have to play this game with emotion and they did." The Teutons struck quickly, scoring on a 60-yard pass from Chris Worthing to Ben Oard on the second play from scrimmage in the first quarter. Sacred Heart came back and drove inside the Inman 15-yard line twice, but came up empty. The Knights finally got on the board at the 9:06 mark of the second quarter on a 21-yard run by Nathan Knipp. Sacred Heart moved 46 yards in four plays and Mike Schmitz kicked the extra point to make it a 7-6 game. Inman (6-3) came right back after a 40-yard kickoff return by Chris Sisson gave the Teutons the ball at their own 47. Eight running plays and a five-yard Sacred Heart penalty put Inman back on top. ' Sisson scored from seven yards out and Ediger added the two-point conversion to give the Teutons a 147 lead with 4:06 left in the first half. Sacred Heart controlled the second half, allowing Inman just one first down and running 34 plays to just 10 for the Teuton in the first 18 minutes of the second half. But the Knights were stopped three times on fourth down in Inman territory and another time on a lost fumble. The Knights finally broke through with 3:51 remaining in the game on a 10-yard touchdown run by freshman Jeremy Ryan. Schmitz added the extra point to make it a 14-14 game. Both teams had chances after that, but couldn't convert. Sacred Heart allowed Worthing to get off a rolling 60-yard punt from the Inman 26 when it didn't have anyone back to field the punt. Inman then fumbled the ball away at the Sacred Heart 12-yard line with 25 seconds remaining. In overtime, Sacred Heart managed just three yards in three plays before Schmitz kicked a 24- yard field goal. Inman's coaching staff then moved two linemen into the backfield in overtime — the 240-pound Ediger to tailback and 225-pound Melvin Dawes to fullback. Ediger got the call four straight times, finally squeezing in from two yards out on fourth down. Knipp finished with 111 yards on 18 carries and Ryan added 70 yards on 14 carries, all in the second half. Southeast closes season with 55-7 victory over Minneapolis Trojans' eight victories this season are most since going 8-0-1 in '69 By DARAN NEUSCHAFER The Salina Journal GYPSUM - If anyone on the Southeast of Saline sidelines thought that the homestanding Trojans would come out flat against Minneapolis, they should have talked to one of the Southeast seniors. Coming off of last week's frustrating loss at Beloit, which ended Southeast's hopes of making the state playoffs, Southeast could have easily just went through the motions in the season finale for both teams. But this bunch of Trojans, led by a core of 12 seniors wouldn't let it happen, as Southeast rolled over an overmatched Minneapolis team, 55-7, Thursday at Fritz Field. When asked whether he thought his squad would mpii gpuniu still have a let- WWtWIWH, down after last Minneapolis 7 week's setback, SE-Sallne 55 Southeast of Saline coach Phil Katzenmeier said no way. "Our guys are really motivated, and this group of twelve seniors has also been real solid for us emotionally. We have never had trou- ble motivating them," said Katzenmeier, whose squad finished the season 8-1 overall, Southeast's best since 1969. "The guys had a lot to play for finishing the season 8-1 and it showed." The Trojans held a 22-0 lead at halftime, breaking open a close game with two touchdowns in the final four-and-a-half minutes of the opening half. But Minneapolis' Daylan Wallace, took the initial kickoff of the second half, and raced 82 yards for a touchdown, to get the Lions right back into the game. Any confidence Wallace's gallop gave the visitors was short-lived, as Southeast answered quickly. Following an onside kick attempt by the Lions, Southeast of Saline took over on the Minneapolis 47 yard line. The Trojans needed just three plays to score, with Jason Redden scampering 39 yards around the end to put SES up 28-7. After the two teams traded punts, Southeast put the game away for good by scoring on its next four possessions. In fact, the Trojans needed just 12 offensive plays to rack up the four touchdowns, as Southeast had little trouble moving ball against the outmanned Lions. "We were basically defeated up front," said Minneapolis coach Mike Barbo, whose team finished the season 4-5 overall and 0-3 in the district. "As a first-year coach, I have noticed that our players haven't been as dedicated in the weight room and it shows. "I really noticed it during our three district games, because we really got manhandled in each of our games. Hopefully we can get something done about that." Southeast, meanwhile, was moving the ball with ease, as the Trojans racked up 356 yards on the ground. Southeast had two backs go over the century mark, as Ryan Kejr had 128 yards on 10 carries while Redden picked up 102 yards on 11 carries. "Our offensive line is very good, and has proven ths* over the en- tire season. A lot of our offensive credit goes to them," said Katzenmeier, whose Trojan team finished second in the NCAA league. About the only negative aspect Southeast had in the game was the penalties which the Trojans were whistled for. Southeast was penalized 18 times for 182 yards, a stat which the Trojans have not so proudly domintated in all year. "Yeah, it probably wasn't the most crisp effort we ever had," said Katzenmeier with a grin. "We were able to overcome all those penalties for the most part, but it is tough when you have first-and- forty like we did a couple of times." .

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