Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 9, 1969 · Page 31
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Reds, Wizards, Riders Big Winners Eaton Puts On Best Scoring Spree Yet ·r JIM IAKLI Writar EATON -- .The Eaton Flgh ing Reds art on the warpath The defending Welco champ used a whopping and revive* offense to out-distance Colleg High 44-13 here Wednesda night. It was Eaton's highest scor ing spree for the 1969 gric season. The Reds are 4-1-1 ir Welco play. The Bulldogs havi yet to hit the win column in league play. They tott a 0- league record. Back Stan Groves led the way with three touchdowns an-_ 131 yards in 22 carries. Groves also starred on defense knock Ing 'down several passes. The name of the game was offense for Eaton but you can' forget the defense. They hell the Bulldogs to only 89 tota yards compared to the Reds 363.yards. Eaton only passed three times for 40 yards in the tilt. On the other hand, Bulldoi signal caller Stan Luketic passed all evening. He attempted 24 passes, completing 10 for 138 yards. The Eaton line rushed Luketich hard and the defensive secondary knocked down several CHS passes. Eaton's Jerry Winter scored two TD's and totaled 88 yards. Big Sam Suppes carried 15 times for 75 marks. He ran 72 yards on a kickoff return for Eaton's third touchdown. Coach Bill O'Brien of Eaton said after the win, "Our offense is really clicking now. We are still in the league race, but someone has lo help us and beat Valley!" Valley is undefeated with a 5-6 tally. The Vikings play Highland -- also undefeated -Friday night at Ault; 7:30 p.m. Highland totes a.2-0-2 record. Kirk Montgomery of College High was excellent offensively. He caught seven passes for 89 yards. One of his pass receptions helped set up the first, Bulldog touchdown. Dan Pargas and Ramon Klein scored the Bulldog TD's. The first scoring of the evening came after four minutes of action. Keyed by Grove and Brad Adier runs, the Reds handed the ball to Groves again and he pranced 15 yards on a trap play. Winter scored next on a 1- yard sweep. A disputed 15-yard pass interference call against College High, a 15 yard pass to Winter, and a Suppes carry set the stage for (he score. College High scored on its next drive. After taking the kickoff to the CH 32, Montgomery nabbed a 10 yard pass A 15-yard pass interference against Eaton put the pigskin pig on the 43 of Eaton. Klein then caught a long pass from Luketich putting the balTon the 8 Luketich handed to Pargas fo the score. Suppes ran the kickoff bacl for a 72-yard return for anothe Red score on the next play The Bulldogs had anothe threat going late in the half It was stopped on the EHS 3 by a pass interception. The score at the half was' In came the final quarter and in came more action Eaton exploded for three mon TD's. Two were scored by Winter. · College High pushed across it's last TD' on Klien's 5-yard slant. The final score was 44-13 O'Brien cited his entire team :pr outstanding. play. He men .ioned Groves, Winter «nc Suppes in the offensive back- ield and Gary Hunter and Erik Anderson on the offensive line On defense he mentioned (roves, Gary Carstens and Tom Dalton in the defensive back- ield. Celleg* High iafon 0 6 4 2 2 0 7--13 0 14-44 15 Eaton -- Stan Groves, fards, trap (kick failed). Eaton -- Jerry Winter, 1 yard weep (kick failed). College High -- Dan Pargas, yards, dive (kick failed). Eaton -- Sam Suppes, 72 ,-ards, kickoff, return (Tom Dalon run). Eaton -- Jerry Winter, ards, sweep (Winter kick). Eaton -- Stan Groves, ards, dive (Dalton run). College High -- Ramon Klein, yards, slant (Rich Frick ick). Eaton -- Stan Groves, 5 yards, dive (Winter run). THE YARDSTICK CH First downs 13 Net yards gained 227 Rushing -. Passing--, Passes ... Completed Intercepted by . Punting ave. Fumbles lost 89 138 ,24 10 1 28 0 Yards penalized 15 LOWER THE BOOM -- Eaton's Jerry. Winter, 25, is -up-in the air'· Wednesday night, not only because of this fine 15-yard run, but because of Eaton's 44-13 victory over College High. The push came during the first quarter and during an Ealon scoring drive. The Bulldog tackier is Vern Morgan. After Winter caught this pass, putting the ball on the EHS 21, there was a dis- puted pass interference 'call against College High. It gave the Reds about 15 more yards. Winter tiien carried again and Big Sam Suppes put the ball on the six with a hard- nosed run. Quarterback Brad Adler carried to the 1, before Winter again look the ball and went in for the score. Winter gained 88 yards on.the ground and scored two touchdowns. (Tribune plioto by Jim Eakle) SEE PROFESSIONAL BASKETBALL Saturday Night, Oct. llth-8 p.m. Greeiey Central Gym-16th St. at 14th Ave. The Washington Capitols Featuring Super Star Rick Barry and Armstrong, last year's Rookie of the Year vs. Denver Rockets Starring AII-ABA Guard Larry Jones and Center Bryon Beck Reserved Seat Tickets May Be Obtained at · Jones Co. · Gregory's · Sargent's Sport Shop · Otis Bros. and at ihe door (if available) Reserved Seats etch $2.50 General Admission $2.00 Sponsored .by The Greeley Centennial Committee Marostica Runs 224 Yards in Win Dave Weinmeister all played veil at our linebacker posi- ions," he said. JOHNSTOWN -- Roosevelt's Dick Marostica carried the ball for 224 yards and carried his '.earn to a 36-12 victory over Fort Lupton here Wednesday night. ' · It w a s - a conference Welco jame. Roosevelt- is presently 3-2 and the Bluedevils are 1-4 in league play. ·· The fleet-footed and hard running back also scored three of the five Rider touchdowns. Mike Ham scored twice and rushed for 87 yards. Marostica's performance was the top output for any individual yardage wise this season in the Welco loop. ·· · Roosevelt coach Wayne Walter reported that his team just overpowered Fort Lupton with their great size · advantage. "Lupton is quick, but they didn't hold up very long against our size," Walter stated. Bluedevil Dick Calloway also leading Welco scorer rushed for 51 yards. Fort Lup;on had only 71 yards. Walter cited several Rough i l i d e r defensive ballplayers. ''Mike Delbeck, Tino Flores and * · * . * . ' : ort Lupton 0 6 0 6--12 Roosevelt 6'16 014-34 Roosevelt -- 'Mike Ham, 7 yards, run (run failed). Roosevelt .-- Mike Ham, 5 yards, run (Tlno Flores run). Roosevelt -- Dick Marostica, 29 yards, pass from Duane Jacoby (Mike Ham run). Fort Luplon -- Jim Gray, 28 yards, pass from Ray Mendoza (run failed). Roosevelt -- Dick Marostica, 8 yards, (Flores run). Roosevelt -- Dick Marosliea; '0 yards, intercepted pass (pass ailed). Fort Lupton -- Dick Calloway, 70 yards, pass from Jim Gray run failed), THE YARDSTICK ' ... ' R FL First downs ,, :...._.'_ 14 6 Net yards gained 344 328 Rushing '. 260 70 Passing . 84 258 'asses 14 19 Completed _,._!.,,,,'...._ ''. 7 11 Intercepted by. _.._!. . .1 2 'unling aye. -.....,-.- 30 20 Bumbles lost _. 2~ 3 Vards penalized 70 5C W.lco Football Turn Valley W L T fttOf Highland 2 Eaton 4 Windsor 4 0 0 0 2 Roosevelt 3 2 Platte Valley _ 2 2 Fort Lupton _ 1 4 Weld Central. 0 5 College High .'0 5 0 84 «2 151 89 84 66 9 105 16 26 12 28 14 Wizards Stop WC 27 to 0 WINDSOR - Windsor's Gar: Corner, and Mike Contrera scored two touchdowns apiec and the Wizard defense he Weld Central to only 71 total yards Wednesday as Windsor beat the Rebels 27-0 in a con ference Welco football tilt here The first time the Rebs had the pigskin they moved to thi 10-yard line before they wen slopped cold by the iron-clad Wizard defense. This gave Windsor the mo menlum needed as they prancec the gridiron for four touch downs and a safety. Defensive Wizard end Rich Eskew was tough the entire game. Windtor 0 1 WC 0 8-27 0-0 Windsor -- Gary Gomer, 3 yards, run (Mike Contreraz kick). Windsor -- Mike Contreraz, yards, run (kick failed). Windsor -- Gary Gomer, 2 yards, run (kick failed). Windsor -- Contreraz, 9 yards run (kick failed). Windsor -- Safety, WC tackled in end zone. THE YARDSTICK W WC r irst downs . n Net yards gained 177 71 Rushing 154 33 Passing -- 23 38 'asses 7 Completed 3 Intercepted, by 1 'Unting ave. '. _ 35 ·"umbles losj 2 Yards penalized .40 30 Central Gals Participate In Track Meet Greeley Central participatei in the Northern League ' a] ;irls track meet here Tuesday Linda Schank placed fourth n the 220, Carolyn Wilifang vas fourth in 100-yard, dash, and Jinny Bibbey placed fourth n the standing broad jump. Pam Medford and Mary Math- .ws placed fourth and fifth re- pectively in the high jump. The Wildcat 880-yard relay earn placed third in that vent. In girls track meets, there is o total score or individual par- icipants kept or cited. Tliurg., Oct. 9, 1969 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page 31 £ Valley-Huskies Battle Friday Two undefeated teams, Valley and Highland, will battle Friday night at Ault in the feature Welco game of the week. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. The Vikings are in fjrst place with a 5-0 mark and the Huskies are second with a talley of 2-0-2. Wednesday night, Eaton, Roosevelt, and Windsor remained in league contention with victories. Eaton beat College High 44-13; Roosevelt downed Fort Lupton 36-12; and Windsor blanked Weld Central 27-0. The game Friday will leave one Welco team undefeated. There are three weekends of action left on the slate. Next week's games are Roosevelt at Eaton and Highland at Windsor, Friday, Oct. 17. Valley beat Weld Central last week H-6 and Highland and Platte Valley tied 6-6. The Platte Valley will take the week off and will not play until Oct. 17 when they travel to Gilcrest to play Valley in a key game. The Broncos can see some pennant light as they have a record of 2-2. Rockets, Caps Play Thursday At Scofisbluff DENVER (AP) -- The Denser Rockets and the Washington Capitols take their American Basketball Association exhibit- on series on the road this week- :nd, starting with a game in Icottsbluff, light. Neb., Thursday Friday night the two teams will play in Fort Collins, Colo. md on Saturday they will be n Greeley, Colo. The preseason season openei sday night when Jeff Cong Ion's three-point goal at the las second gave Denver a 106-10 ictory. In that game, Denve rookie Spencer Haywood had 2 points and 12 rebounds. Washington played the open ing game without 6-7 ABA al slar Rick Barry and (lie 1968-6 ABA rookie of the year, Warren Armstrong. Bolh are sufferinj rom knee ailments. Rocket coach John McLendon vas pleased with his squad's irst outing. "But it was evident lat we need a lot more prac- ce time and game experience,' e said. LAS VEGAS, Nev.-Chuck jes\\e, 175'A, Los A n g e l e s , opped Jimmy Rosette, 175, San Diego, 6. Ace Injured By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Several Big Eight coaches have at least one important in- ' · jured player to worry about. '"'' Dan Devine of Missouri is ''··''" disturbed about Tim Crnko, · ··'· starting offensive guard. Pep-" 1 '" per Rodgers of Kansas is hop- '·'·'··'·^ 'ng John Mosier, all-conference ; ' ' light end, will come around/- ·? 3iuck Fairbanks of Oklahoma' "-1 :rusts that cornerback Joe *''· Pearce will get well. ~.'-"i Crnko's neck was jammed in · ? "" J ' :he Illinois game. He didn't · '· · play against Michigan, and now lj " Devine says he is doubtful ·""·" about the Nebraska game. : Devine said Rocky Wallace, ' '·'"'- defensive t a c k l e , "came ···'"- :hrough pretty good" in his "''··' 'irsl hard practice after recov- """ ering from a pulled muscle. Rodgers said the big Mosier, " · . important in the Kansas attack, · ..'·''· is in a.doubtful status because ); '~of a hip pointer. '"·"· The Jayhawks have had good ·' ractices this week, Rodgers · said, and will "be ready lo ··"} )lay, even if we're not good ' : '" j ' c enough to win" against Kansas' ''··'··", "tate. ·'· "'But I want to make one '·" joint clear," he added. "We' '·'''' mven't lost yet." · ···.w.-. Coach Vince Gibson at Kan- . ^ sas State said his nracticns also . r ': were good and "Our kids are .',·' really getting cranked up." ..-^--j Fairbanks said Pearce should. ./,'-, e over a back muscle snrain". !! r .u n time for the Texas battle-...',^7 Saturday. The S o o n e r s are .._-.· 'pretty relaxed and 1 think hey are about on schedule in . · ireparing.for the game," Fair-,'"..··. janks said. - .",,£ Coach Bob Devaney of Ne-. -^n 1 iraska had (n make two lineup...:-,..- hifts after Don Kobza, No. 2 · ' veakside linebacker, left the. .',-.' quad Wednesday. Ed Periard ..;·:.: vas moved from middle guard .· o linebacker, and Bill Horn- ;..,i jacher moved up behind Ken.- : "leddes at middle guard. -'.^ The Iowa Slate Cyclones had 'a real good practice," Coach ' ' Johnny Majors said Wedncs- :···'· day. "I thought we were very .-'.· enthusiastic' and are making'- -"" .mprovement. Colorado will "' : certainly lest us." Oklahoma State, idle this week, made some l i n e u p changes. Coach Floyd Gass : "- ; - mo'ved Junior .Walter and Gary " "" 3oodwin out of (he tackle positions to split end and left line- lacker. KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) 31 Salvador qualified for the fi- al round of the soccer World 'up competition in Mexico City ext year by defeating Haiti 1-0 overtime Wednesday night, de'xico, England, Belgium, Uru- uay, Brazil and Peru have al- eady qualified for the final 'round. A Message for TRUCK FLEET OWNERS... A NEW FRIEND HAS COME TO GREELEY! 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