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Cardinals almost had a aood vear By JIM KRUEGER Journal Sports Writer The 1980 season wasn't a particularly good one for the Pacelli High School football team but on the other hand, it could have been a lot worse. The Cardinals' 5-5 overall record fell far short of the previous two seasons (10-1 and 8-2) while Pacelli's 3-3 record in the Central Wisconsin Catholic Conference was good for third place. But Pacelli did shut out four of its opponents Portage, 29-0, Eau Claire Regis, 27-0, Wausau Newman, 55-0, and Wisconsin Rapids Assumption, 15-0. The Cards' other victory came over Lakeland Minocqua, 39-29. And in each of the Cards' five losses, Pacelli was no more than a touchdown behind at halftime. Pacelli lost to Escanaba, MI., 30-15, Chippewa Falls McDonell, 13-7, La Crosse Aquinas, 27-14, Menomonie, 7-0, and Marshfield Columbus, 29-0. "You can't be satisfied with a 5-5 season," said Pacelli Coach Bob Raczek. "The goal we strive for each year is to win every game. We didn't reach that but we did lose some tough games. "I think only two teams we lost to were better than we were Escanaba and Columbus. We were just as good as the other three except we made some mistakes which cost us victories. Overall, I'm pleased with what we accomplished. There are many teams that would be happy with a 5-5 season. "As we started out, we lost some fine athletes from last year through graduation. During the course of the summer, we also lost two others through transfers. So we didn't have a great abundance of talent in skilled areas but we came a long way. "The key was the development of our line areas. We were inexperienced there and we tried a lot of different personnel. We finally got things settled in the middle of the season and from then on, the guys played well together. That was a big reason why we had three shutouts in a row." Turnovers at inopportune times plagued the Cards all season. Pacelli lost the ball 25 times to 23 for its opponents but in the Cards' five losses, Pacelli turned the ball over 19 times to just 10 for the opponents. Final 1 980 CWCC Overall Team Marshfield Columbus La Crosse Aquinas Chippewa Falls McDonell W L W L 6 0 S 1 4 2 3 3 Mevens point pacelli Wisconsin Rapids Assumption 2 4 Columbus Aquinas Pacelli McDonell Assumption Regis Newman McDonell Columbus Aquinas Pacelli Assumption Regis Newman Name Brian Morgan. Col. DaveGeissler, McD. Greg Moore, Reg. Jeff Soderberg. Pac. Tom Glodowsky. Assump. John Ausman. Reg. Mike Laird. Aq. Tom Finn, Aq Paul Mcllquahm, McD. mam uison, Assump. , Joe Gregory, New. INDIVIDUAL SCORING Name TD l-pt. 2-pt. FG PH. Joe Pederson, Aq. 9 0 2 0 58 Rob Wagner, Col. 9 0 0 0 54 Jim Rogers, Pac. 8 0 0 0 48 Steve Petranek.Aq. 6 0 2 0 40 Jon Radlinger, Col. 5 0 0 0 30 Randy Feuling, McD. S 0 0 0 30 Dick Stevens, Col. 0 16 0 3 25 Pat Bushman. Assump. 4 0 0 0 24 Craig Gerlach, Assump. 4 0 0 0 24 Larry Olsen, Col. 4 0 0 0 24 Shaun Montgomery, Assump. 3 0 1 0 20 Jeff Soderberg, Pac. 1 10 0 1 19 DaveGeissler, McD. 3 0 0 0 18 Kurt Getssler. McD. 3 0 0 18 Joel Lets. McD. 1 12 0 0 18 Skip Skifstad, Reg. 3 0 0 0 18 Kevin Connelly, Aq. 2 0 2 0 16 Kelly Kennedy, Col. 2 0 1 0 14 INDIVIDUAL RUSHING Name Yds. Att. Joe Pederson. Aq. 583 101 Rog Wagner, Col. 540 88 Steve Petranek, Aq. 478 72 Jon Radlinger. Col. 442 86 Jim Rogers. Pac. 415 112 Craig Gerlach. Assump. 349 74 Shaun Montgomery, Assump. 336 77 Jon Brilowski, Pac. 242 49 Larry Olsen, Col. 221 42 Randy Feuling. McD. 212 45 Pat Bushman, Assumpt. 173 29 PeteGiammona.Reg. 121 62 Dan Brzezinski, New. 116 44 Mike Miller, Reg. 108 36 INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING Name Rec. Yds. TD Kurt Geissler, McD. 25 399 3 Dave Rubenzer, McD. 18 316 2 Denis Dougherty, Pac. 18 203 2 Randy Feuling. McD. 16 182 1 Kelly Kennedy. Col. 13 212 2 Buck Hebert, McD. 11 189 2 Kevin Kennedy, Col. 11 158 2 Tony Pichler, Reg. 10 118 0 John Ausman, Reg. 10 70 0 Jim Heggenbarth, Aq. 9 190 1 KenEuT.Pac. 9 162 1 Dan Lenczner, McD. 9 101 0 Jim Rogers. Pac. 8 81 0 Kevin Schreiner, McD. 7 127 0 Skip Skifstad. Reg. 7 101 3 Mike Miller, Reg. 7 34 0 INDIVIDUAL PUNTING Name Randy Reed. Pac. Mike Reinhard, Aq BillSchoch, McD. John Ausman, Reg. Joe Gregory, New. Brian Morgan, Col. Steve Adams, Reg. Mark Olson, Asst. Att. Yds. Ave. 38.9 346 31.6 31 4 29.3 29 1 28.6 27.6 16 20 13 11 30 21 17 14 CWCC RECORDS Most Points Scored in One Season Aquinas, 279-1966 Least Points Allowed In One Season Pacelli, 20-1978 Most First Downs In One Season Aquinas, 143-1970 Moat Yards Rushing in One Season Aquinas, 1999-1970 Most Yards Passing In One Season McDonell, 1447-1980 (breaks old record of 1,019 set by Assumption in 1972) Most Total Yards In One Season Assumption, 2507-1972 Best Offensive Average in One Season Assumption, 358.1-1972 Least First Downs allowed In One Season Aquinas, 35-1979 (old record held by Assumption 44 in 1972) Least Yards Rushing Allowed In One Season Aquinas, 199-1979 (old record held by Pacelli 255 in 1971) l eant Yards Passing Allowed In One Season Assumption, 238-1967 Least Total Yards Allowed in One Season Aquinas, 578-1979 (old record held by Assumption 743 in 1970) Best Defensive Average in One Season Aquinas, 96.3-1979 (old record held by Assumption 106.0 in 1967 ) INDIVIDUAL Most Points Scored In One Season -Dan Waters, Assump., 114-1972 Most Touchdowns In One Season Dan Waters, Assumption, 19-1972 Most PAT's In One Season Eric Schneider, Assump., 37-1972 Most Yards Rushing In One Season Dan Waters. Assump.. 1065-1972 Most Rushing Attempts in One Season Jeff Moninski, Col., 178-1970 Highest Rushing Ave. in One Season Paul Mancl, Col., 10.8-1968 Most Yards Passing in One Season DaveGeissler, McDonell. 1259-1980 (broke record of 962 by Dave Lownik of Assumption in 1975) Best Completion Average In One Season football statistics Wausau Newman 15 2 8 Eau Claire Regis 0 6 0 10 Results last week Columbus 29, Pacelli 0 Assumption 41, Newman 22 La Crosse Logan 19, Aquinas 16 (NO McDonell 53, Regis 6 TEAM DEFENSE Vds. Rush Pass Ave. FD Pts. 728 311 415 121.0 45 26 759 274 503 126.5 46 41 1170 765 405 195.0 71 69 1189 701 488 198.2 58 84 1623 1084 539 270.5 98 138 1817 1098 719 302.8 95 182 1965 1065 900 327.5 99 224 TEAM OFFENSE Vds. Rush Pass Ave. FD Pts. 1974 527 1447 329 0 104 152 1883 1284 599 313.8 100 184 1609 1354 346 268.2 78 152 1468 907 561 244.7 88 118 1296 953 343 216.0 63 82 593 167 426 98.0 49 33 426 179 247 71.0 30 ' 43 INDIVIDUAL PASSING Alt. Comp. Int. Yds. TD Pet. 52 I 32 1 581 4 .615 173 81 17 1259 8 , .468 59 26 3 168 2 .441 92 39 4 448 2 .424 24 10 1 193 2 .417 45 18 3 211 0 .400 23 9 1 141 1 .391 42 15 1 205 2 .357 28 - 9 2 - 188 2 .321 " . ' 40 9 5 132 1 .225 60 13 8 147 2 ' .216 record of .605 by Bill Draxler of Columbus in 1968) Most Passes Attempted in One Season Dave Geissler, McD . , 174-1979 Most Passes Completed in One Season - Dave Geissler, McD., 81-1979 (tied his own record of 81 completions again in 1980) Most TD Passes in One Season Bill Draxler, Columbus. 12-1968 Most Passes Caught in One Season 36 by Joe Duginske of Newman in 1967 and Ed Shea hen of Columbus in 1971. Most Yards Gained Receiving Ed Sheahen, Columbus, 490-1971 Most TD Passes Caught in One Season 7-Bob Dickman, Col., 1973; Ed Sheahen, Col , 1971; Mike Brzezinski, New , 1970. Best Punting Average Ed Meyer, Aquinas. 40.4-1972 All-Time TD Scorer Dan Waters, Assumption, 36-1972-73 All-Time Rushing Leader Dan Waters, Assumption, 2170-1971-72-73 All-Time TD Pass Receiver Bob Dickman, Columbus, 11-1972-73-74 Pointer field hockey team tries for third GRANVILLE, OH - The UW-Stevens Point's womens field hockey team will play for third place today after splitting opening round games here in the Midwest Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women Regional Field Hockey Tournament on Friday. Earning a victory in today's third place game is crucial for the Pointers because only the top three finishing teams move on to the national tournament in West Virginia next week. In the semi-final round, UW-SP went head-to-head with No. 1 seed and host Denison University and came out on the short end, 2-0. The Pointers will take a 28-4-1 season record into today's contest. mtnMAlLV fuel going out fJ your chimney? With Special Heat Sensitive Fail Safe Switch GAS FURNACE $9995 (InstalM) t'ig3uXire5Kri rQS$- & '533133 'Gi I TT'h I ADAMS HEATING & COOLING 5740 Oakland Drive, Stevens Point 341-8171 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE ON ALL FURNACE MAKES AND MODELS Bttmm Joint Satljj Journal Saturday, November 8, 1980 "The turnover total was about normal," said . Raczek, "but when we made turnovers, other teams took advantage of them. In previous years, we were the ones who took advantage of the other team's mistakes. And those are the kind of breaks you need to win championships. . "We were in every game at halftime. But then in the second half, we couldn't control the football because of the turnovers. We had chances to beat McDonell and Menomonie in the last minute but then we lost the ball. With a few breaks here and there, we could have been 8-2." The key to the Pacelli offense was the development of the line. "We had only one experienced guy back," said Raczek, referring to center Mike Bemowski. "It took a lot of hard work but these guys finally came around. Our pass blocking was pretty good most of the season. "We had over 1000 yards receiving and all of our receivers did a fine job. None of them have great speed but they showed the ability to catch the ball in traffic. "Jim Rogers was our only back with any varsity experience and he had a fine season." Rogers led the team with 755 yards rushing and also led the team in scoring with 84 points. "Jon Brilowski came into his own in the last three games," said Raczek, "as he had 270 yards. I look for him to continue that next year. "Jeff Soderberg at quarterback played hurt most of the year (wrist injury) and that hampered him. But he had a good year as he completed 45 percent of his passes for 903 yards. The biggest problem he had was 11 interceptions. That's something he'll have to work on." Raczek was pleased with the way his team was able to move the ball but said his biggest disappointment was in the Cards' inability to score from in close. 1980 final Pacelli (Record 5-5) SCORES ' Pacelli 27 Portage 15 39 7 14 27 55 15 bscanaba 30 29 13 27 0 0 0 7 29 Lakeland McDonell Aquinas Regis Newman Assump. Menomonie 0 0 Columbus 199 Pacelli First Downs Yds. Rushing Yds. Passing Total Yds. Passes Att. Passes Comp. Pet. Comp. Passes Int. by Fumbles Lost Opp. 155 1534 682 2216 123 49 .39 16 13 146 1604 1016 2G20 177 ' 78 .44 10 9 RUSHING Yds. Ave. 43 4.7 34 7.0 7.7 36 11.6 7.7 23 .. 0 0 0.0 00 0.0 Jim Rogers Jon Brilowski Randy Reed MikeRetzki Glenn Leary Pete Derezinski Chris Kulinski Tom Sankey Troy Aeby Jeff Soderberg Ken Eul Mike Brekke Denis Dougherty Total 177 755 64 57 11 8 17 5 7 . 10. 43 6 5 1 411 1604 3.9 RECEIVING No. Yds. TD Denis Dougherty 26 328 2 Tremper By The Associated Press Kenosha Tremper, Whitewater and De Forest scored convincing victories in Wisconsin public high school football playoff semifinals Friday night. Marc Hujik passed for two touchdowns and ran for two others, passed for a pair of two-point conversions and kicked an extra point, leading defending Division I champion Tremper to a 35-8 victory over Racine Case. Tremper (10-0). advanced to next week's championship game against the winner of today's other semifinals between Superior (9-0) and Wisconsin Rapids (10-0). Tremper took the opening kickoff and marched 88 yards in 11 plays, scoring on a 30-yard run by the 5-foot-8, 165-pound Hujik, who then passed for a two-point conversion. Tremper scored again on its second possession as a 7-yard Hujik to Tony Soulek touchdown pass made it 14-0. Hujik passed 25 yards to Greg Fraid for another touchdown 9 seconds before halftime. A 6-yard run by Bill Klops-tein made it 28-0 with 2:59 left in the third quarter, and a 2-yard touchdown run by Hujik with 10:55 to play wrapped up Tremper's scoring. MEATNAPPER ACTUATED AUTOMATIC VCNT OAMPCR GAS WATER HEATER $3995 (ki stilled) Defensively, the Cards were hampered by inconsistent tackling. "We didn't do a good job of gang tackling," said Raczek. "We have to improve on our tackling next year. We had too many games with poor tackling, which resulted in long gains for our opponents. , "We weren't able to settle on our line and linebackers until toward the end of the season. We were winding up with one or two guys out of place, which resulted in long plays. We had some good people in the secondary but not outstanding. When backs broke through the line, we didn't have the personnel to stop them before they got a long gain." - While there were some bleak moments this season, Raczek a bright future for the Cards. "I'm looking forward to next year," he said. "We'll have a lot of fine athletes coming back. We have a fine bunch of sophomores, four of whom started at one time for us and lettered. Defensively, we started six underclassmen and they'll all be back so that will help. "The junior varisty team was 7-2 and those kids got a lot of valuable playing time. We also had some good-sized athletes on the freshman team. We hope they can give us some depth next year." Raczek listed Brilowski, Soderberg, end Ken Eul, tackle John Rechner, guard Brad Roberts and tackle Tom Lila, all juniors, as some of the experienced players he will be counting on next season. "Despite this 5-5 season, I think we have an excellent program going," he said. "In the last 10 years, we're 75-25-1, with five conference championships and that shows success. "With four evenly matched teams in our conference Assumption, Aquinas, Columbus and ourselves it's hard to be No. 1 every year. It's hard for one team to dominate. But we're going to work hard in the off-season to get back on top." football statistics Ken Eul Jim Rogers Troy Aeby Randy Reed Joe Higgins Glenn Leary Jon Brilowski Mike Brekke Total 18 11 9 302 126 112 82 43 10 7 6 78 1016 6 PASSING Att Comp. Pel. Int. Yds TD Jeff Soderberg 160 72 45 11 903 4 Mike Brekke 12 4 .33 3 59 1 Randy Reed 2 1 .50 1 29 1 Jon Brilowski 2 1 .50 1 25 0 Scott Sevenich I 0 0 0 0 0 177 78 .44 16 1016 6 SCORING TD XP FG Pts. 14 0 0 84 Jim Rogers Jeff Soderberg Randy Reed Ken Eul Glenn Leary Denis Dougherty Pete Derezinski Tom Sankey Mike Brekke 17 0 WCHA hockey By The Associated Press Friday Minnesota 4 Michigan 2, Notre Dame 2 Michigan State 1 Wisconsin i Michigan , rerris state 2 Tech 3, Northern Michigan 1 North Dakota Minnesota- Duluth 4 (OT) Denver 3, Colorado College 1 rolls over Case, last team to beat Tremper 23 games ago, scored with 3:09 left on a 22-yard pass from Glen Kuiper to Jeff Bogardus. Hujik carried 11 times for 71 yards and completed 5 of 13 passes for 82 yards. Brad Clair was Tremper's leading rusher with 128 yards in 24 carries. Bjorn Hanson scored touchdowns on runs of 1 and 6 yards, leading Whitewater to a 21-0 victory over Oregon in Division II semifinals. Whitewater (10-0) is to play next week against the winner of today's other semifinals game between Grafton (9-0) and Pulaski (9-0). Jeff Schellpfeffer, a 5-foot-9, 145-pound junior, paced Whitewater's ball control offense by rushing for 128 yards in 24 carries. ,-ry- Trinidad Steel Band Spectacular Caribbean Dinner Buffet $6.95. children under 12. $3.95! Steel Band Show 8:30 'til closing Sunday night In the lounge! Limbo contest and prizes! . Plna Coladaa, Mai Tals and Coffee Calypso. Stevens Point Business RL U.S. 51 ft North Point Dr. 341-1340 We're more than a good place to stay!"" Page 9 Pro hockey By The Associated Press Campbell Conference Patrick Division W L T GF GA Pts Philadelphia N Y. Islanders Calgary Washington N Y. Rangers Smythe Division St. Louis I 3 3 I 4 2 i 5 3 i 5 3 I 5 5 I 7 4 Vancouver Chicago Colorado Edmonton Winnipeg Wales Conference Norris Division Los Angeles 10 2 1 Hartford Montreal Pittsburgh Detroit Buffalo Minnesota Toronto Quebec Boston Adams Division 8 2 2 7 2 2 7 4 1 1 8 4 2 9 1 Friday's Games Edmonton 4, Winnipeg 2 Vancouver 3, Minnesota 2 Saturday's Games Philadelphia at Hartford Buffalo at Washington St. Louis at Calgary Los Angeles at Montreal Chicago at NY Islanders Detroit at Pittsburgh - -NY Rangers at Vancouver Toronto at Colorado Sunday's Games St Louis at Edmonton Washington at Buffalo Pittsburgh at Boston Quebec at Philadelphia Minnesota at Chicago Toronto at Winnipeg Case in playoffs Hanson's touchdowns came in the second quarter, the first one capping a 35-yard drive after a short punt by Oregon. Hanson scored again 4:41 before halftime after a 70-yard drive. Oregon, facing fourth down and three yards to go on Whitewater's 35 early in the fourth quarter, tried a fake punt but came up short of the first down. Whitewater took over and scored on a 3-yard run by Mark Simon with 2:47 left. Sophomore Scott Reinert scored three second quarter touchdowns, one rushing and two on pass receptions, leading De Forest to a 35-14 victory over Mayville in Division IV semifinals. De Forest (10-0) is to play for STUFFED AND FOULED Milwaukee Buck Bob Lanier (16), is stuffed on his shot by Boston Celtics Kevin McHale (32) and fouled by Robert Parish (00) during action at Boston Garden Friday. The Bucks defeated the Celtics, 102-101. (AP photo) Boston's Bird can't miss when he By DAVE O'HARA AP Sports Writer BOSTON (AP) With three seconds remaining and the Milwaukee Bucks in front 102-99, Larry Bird of the Boston Celtics went to the line for two free throws, made the first and tried to bounce the second off the rim. In effect, Bird missed. The ball took a bounce and fell through the basket. The Bucks then held on for a 102-101 National Basketball Association victory Friday night, boosting their record to 12-3, "That's the type of night it was one in which you try to miss intentionally and can't do it," said Boston Coach Bill Fitch, who was ejected by referee Wally Rooney on two technical fouls in the third period. "Of course, it's hard for Bird to intentionally miss the second foul shot," Fitch explained. "It's not only that he has to miss it, it's how he misses it." the championship next week against the winner of today's game between Mosinee (10-0) and Coleman (9-0). Reinert's 1-yard touchdown run gave De Forest a 13-7 lead early in the second quarter, and De Forest broke open the game with two more touchdowns in the last 1:10 before halftime. Sophomore Todd Oberg passed 28 yards to Reinert for a touchdown 1:10 before half-time. Dave Hahn intercepted a pass on Mayville's next play, and Reinert caught a 7-yard touchdown pass from Oberg with 7 seconds left in the half. Reinert caught 4 passes for 65 yards and rushed 18 times for 82 yards. Teammate Brent Schneider rushed 17 times for 94 yards and a touchdown. "I was trying to hit the right rim so (Robert) Parish would have a chance at the rebound and I was as surprised as anyone to see the ball fall through," said Bird, who had a game high 29 points. The Bucks, who had a 10-game winning streak snapped by Detroit Tuesday night, built a 16-point lead in the second period before settling for a 56-50 advantage at halftime. The Celtics roared back in the third period to forge in front and then lead by as much as six points, 85-79, four minutes into the final quarter. However,- the Bucks battled back as Junior Bridgeman scored 12 points and then pulled out the victory on two free throws by Bob Lanier, one by Marques Johnson and two by Quinn Buckner in the final 61 seconds. "I thought we played well down the stretch," Milwaukee Coach Don Nelson said. "We kept our composure. They were jamming the inside on us, so we had to shoot from outside and they started falling for us. "No, I don't like to beat my old team. I just enjoy beating them because they're a good team and we're a good team. Sometimes luck plays an important part in this game." After Bird's two free throws, the Celtics had one final shot when the Bucks threw the ball away on a pass-in. Boston moved the ball to Eric Fersten, who shot from the baseline as he was whacked by Lanier at the final buzzer. "Yes, I thought our man was fouled, but there's nothing you can do about it," said Boston assistant coach K.C. Jones, who satm6v. 8 Vtodh to 8 P.M. SUN., NOV. 9 12:30 P.M. to 4 P.M. VMPA 1000 DIVISION ST. I If I OH STEVENS POINT, Wl BUY OR SELL SKI EQUIPMENT SKIS POLES BOOTS BINDINGS CLOTHING Items for sale may be brought to the YMCA Saturday, Nov. 8 from 8:30 A.M. to 6 P.M. WIN VALUABLE DOOR PRIZES (NEW SKIS, SKI SUIT, ETC.) PROCEEDS BENEFIT "Y" YOUTH PROJECTS FOR INFORMATION CALL 341-1770 has to called the shots from the bench after Fitch was ejected. "You can't blame the officials, although it's easy to do after a one-point loss," Bird said. "They have the toughest job in the world. They're not out to cheat anyone." "This is an example of why we need three officials, perhaps," Fitch said as he showed a videotape of the game's last play. Johnson led the Bucks with 23 points. Bridgeman finished with 20, while Brian Winters contributed 18 and Lanier, playing with gimpy knees taped tightly, had 12. Mil W U KKK (1021 M A Johnson 11 1-2 23. M I Johnson 3 0-0 6. Lamer 4 4-0 12. Buckner 1 2-2 4, Winters 6 44 18. Evans 1 (Mi 2. Catchings 3 (Ml 6. Bridgeman 9 2-2 20. Moncrief 4 3-3 11. Cummings 0 0-0 0, Elmore 0 0-0 0. Totals 42 16-22 102. BOSTON (101) Maxwell 3 1-2 7. Bird 12 5-6 29, Parish 6 5-6 17, Archibald 5 7-9 17. Ford 1 3-7 5. Robev 2 3-6 ". Henderson 2 0-0 4. McHale 6 1-2 13. Fernslen 1 0-0 2. Kreklow 0 0-0 0 Totals 38 25-38 101. Milwaukee 33 23 15 31102 Boston 22 2 23 28101 Three-point goals Winters 2. Fouled out Maxwell. Total fouls Milwaukee 28, Boston 31. Technicals Boston Coach Fitch 2. A 15,320. Oshkosh hosts state Legion bowling meet OSHKOSH Cook-Fuller Post No. 70 of Oshkosh will host the 54th annual Wisconsin State American Legion Bowling Tournament in 1981. The tourney will begin March 7 and conclude on May 3. Entries close at midnight, Jan. 26. The event will be conducted on weekends only and is open to paid-up male and female members of the American Legion. 7th Annual Central Wi Brian Morgan, Col., .615-1980 (broke

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