Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 4, 1961 · Page 9
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Greeley Cats Pound Fort Morgan, 33-18 FORT MORGAN - It was another good scoring night for Ricky Booth as he led the Greeley Wildcats to a 33-18 victory Friday night here, · ..Booth scored four touchdowns and two extra points as Greeley won its fourth Northern Conference game against three defeats. The loss was Fort Morgan's eighth straight'in. conference play. Booth got off touchdown runs of 2, 3, 34 and 46 yards and gained scored from two yards out with 7:17 to go in lite period. The Wildcats drove 82 yards for the next one. Sitzman on pitchouts had runs of 21 and M yards to sustain the drive. Booth scored on a playoff left guard. Greeley began its final touchdown march in Hie first half with about 2. minutes left to play. They moved lo the Fort Morgan 34 and used up their final lime out. But Booth hit off left tackle and raced 211 yards for the game. Tlrest totals increase his league - leading scoring output to 118 points rushing output to 1,230 yards on 210 carries. · UntU he came up with a wrenched knee, Bob Sitzman inade Greeley's offense diversified. The 155 pound senior carried 16 times for 140 yards gained. He hit well on the outside runs and got good blocking .from sophomore Joe Slander. · . In the third periofl Sitzman turned · tight end and raced 2t yards to Grcclcy's other touchdown. Silurian also caught three Butch Butler passes for 55 yards · ' ' SEtzman Hurt Sitzman was forced, out of the game in the third period. He gol oft a 14-yard run before being tackled by two Maroons. In fall ing down, he twisted his knee am sat out the rest of the game. He will probably be sidelined * foi Grecley's final game agains Sterling next Friday at GHS. Fort Morgan positioned its defense against the- vaunted run ning of Booth. But Greeley coun teracted with Sitzman making the bulk of the carries early in th game. But.once Booth hit off the guards on quick opening plays he gained big amounts of yarc - age. Besides the two long touch down runs, Booth got off runs o 11, 19 and 24 yards. : Giins 392 Yardi His understudy Bob Vegara car rieii three in the fourth quarte ·nd gained 18 yards. Greeley rol «d up 392 yards rushing on " plays, indicating ils dominance i the- game. Fort Morgan's touchdowns wer scored, by Paul Thiel. He inter cepted a Butler pass and returns it 36 yards for the Maroons' fir touchdown .in the .second period. In the third period, Thiel. ii ._ fcafeged %ough..Greriey.,.;(!econd !'.ary then raced 71 yards to SCOT Butler nearly got him on the 1 but Thiel stumbled the rest the, way to score.. . . Fort Morgan's only offensi Ihrust came in .the fourth perk when it drove 69 yards to SCOT Thiel set up the touchdown ,wi runs of 32 and 18 yards. I cracked off left tackle for t touchdown. . Control The early stages of the gam found Greeley in complete cor mand, The Wildcats piled up ni . first downs and scored iwice before the Maroons got a first down. , Greeley moved 75 yards following the opening kickoff for the first touchdown. The key play in the series was a 34-yard pass from Butler to-Sitzman. Booth yards lo score with 26 seconds maining. Wast. Ltttk Tkm Tiie Wildcats waslej little time Ihe second .half. Greeley kickoff lo Fort Morgan. On Iheir st ' scrimmage play, - ihe Maoris fumbled and Bob Paptsh covered on Ihe Maroon 28. Silz- an raced around right end on e next play to score. Greeley made lire score 33-6 on 70-yard march in four plays olh went three yards and Silz an carried for Iwo. Boolh then und a big gap on the right side ice in a row. Ho went 19 yard: llic first carry and went 41 ards to score on the second, ore more more more m GAME HIGHLIGHTS -- Speak g of bizarre plays: In the third The Yardstick irst downs By rushing By passing ·t yards gaintd By rushing By passing ISMS Completed Intercepted by 'unts Average : umbles Lost '·fialtits Yards lost GHS 15 13 2 447 3W 55 M 3 0 J 35 1 0 11 115 Grtaley Individual C 24 16 3 3 5 1 A C 12 3 Booth Sifzman Vegara Calvin Butler Johnson 'asstng Butler l*c living. Sitzman Punt Rltvrm Silurian . , Butler Kkkbff-R*turm Silzma'n Butler I leriod,' Fort Morgan fumbled, layers from both sides jumped oward the ball,, and the officials lew their whistles to signal UK lay dead; When Ihe pile cleared o one had recovered the ball. II ay'behind one-of the players, "ort Morgan retained possession Three sopho mo res saw i act to n or G^celey, Stander, Daryl Brum ey and John Romero. Greeley Coach Boh Kula substituted free y throughout the third and fourtl eriods. Everyone suiled up foi be game saw action except Iwo njured players, Bryan Brooks am lerman Libsack. · .The . penalties were yir.lually ne' ; sided. Greeley.- was penalize* .3 limes for US.yards. Only one icnally was assessed against For .lorgan, .and. it was a -15-yarder or offensive pass interference. · Richard · Johnson and Stander can well be disappointed iri'Gree ey's tendency for penalties. Johi son got off a 36-yard run, only t lave it called back. And Standci laying at-quarlerback while Bu er wolfed out a muscle cramp galloped 11 yards on a kce))ei again a penalty nullified 111 play. . Grcclcy once again relied .he quick kick. Booth boolcd twic in [lie fourth period for a 35-yar FM average. Kula said, "We're tryin everything · tonight." And that 1 did. Greeley made a formatio switch at the 1 irks 'of scrimmag just before the' ball was centercc This was · in an -.effort lo provem Fort Morgan from'positioning'it! defense for .the .running-of Boolh. Greeley ^Iso used several varied flanker formations. Greeley's leading tackier · was tackle Tom Anderson; who made 6r assisted'on 12 tackles. Booth had six, and end Jim Morris hod five. On the final play of. llic 15igame, Anderson and Jene. Stcn ; el tackled Thiel for a 13-yard oss.-. But Thiel got a bad center ass and fumbled, giving Ander; son'and Stencel their opportunity. 1--33 Sat., Nor. 4, 1961 GREELEY TRIBUNE P*t* I OWLING Li SCORES BOOTH SCORES EASILY -- Unmolested, Greeley's Ricky Booth 146) scores Greeley's second touchdown from three yards out. .Booth hit off left tackle on a quick opener. In all Boolh scored four louchdowns and rushed for 211 yards as the Wildcats defeated Fort Morgan, 33-18, Friday night ai Fort Morgan. Tribune pholo by Paul Moloney, Longmont TrojansBack into Northern Conference Title AT CLASSIC- CLASSIC VARIETY The scores: Columbine Bowl 3, Northern Gen. Tire 0; Skelgas 3, Sweet Fashion Shoe 0; Koch Elevator 3, Mels Barber Shop 0; Happy House 5, Bake-Rito 1. Top learn series: Skelgas 22S7. Top individual series: John Alles 581; Allen Tregoning 477. Top team game: Skelgas 707. ,Top individual games: John Alles 222; Allen Tregoning 193. SUNDOWNER The scores: Gilcrest Elevator 2, Greeley Sheet Metal 2; Wards Service 2, Ileichert Packing 3; Bray and Harrison 1, Moose 909 3: Greeley Gas Co. 3, Cummings Sheet Metal I; Hart Grain 2. Gold itnith bairy 2: Pepsi-Cola 1, Ehrlich Motor 3; Hoggsctt Lumber 3, Greeley Excavation 1. Top team series: Wards Service 2362. Top individual series: Paul Me- Clinlock 538; Ben Reichert M4. Top team game: Wards Service 837. Top individual games: Ben Reichert 213; Rudy Carlson 201. CLASSIC SPORTSMAN'S Tire scores: Northern Engineering I, McDonaldSs Drive Inn 3; Nelson, Haley, Patterson, Quirk 0, Farmer's Insurance Group 4; Watkin's Products 3, Greeley Ready Mix 1; Farmer's Union 0, Adamson's 4; Bestway Bldg. Center 4, Hillside Addition 0; Classic Collier ?-, Greeley Exacvation 2 Top learn series: Walkin's Products 2506. Top individual series: Albert Fisher 572. Top individual games: AJberl Fisher 229; Bill Ncal 211. MONDAY MINORS The scores: Jerome Red-Dot 1, Colo. Pipe Lints 0; Chapin Grocery 3, Nat'l Cash Register 0|: Pioneer Insulation 3, Camera Supply 0; Dale Vaughn Masonry 3, Ed's 66 Service 0; L T 1 No. 1 , Jim McKinzie li: Spud Chips, Inc. 2, Welco Milk Lines 1; Oliver Well AVorVs 2, Jaycces 1; Miner and Miner 3, C. B. Etherton 1: Dave's Liquor 2, Sundown Motel Top team series: Dave's Liguor 2503. Top individual series: Al Hoffman 613; Eddie Zyback 576;'. T, Orr 533. Top learn game: L T I No. 5 892. :, Top individual games: Jack Fisher 221; Bob Strieker 210; Al Hoffman 215. G R E E L E Y CAPITOU M I X E D The scores: Luggers 3, Rejects 1; Graders 4, Inspectors 0; Buy- Medicine Bow 36 Miles W«st of Laramie, Wyo., on Highway 130 OPEN This We*k-«nd Nov. 4 and 5 OPEN Next Weekend Nov. 11 and 12 OPEN for Daily Operation Starting Nov. 18 II, 3 off left guard; III, 34, off left Bob Sitzman (III, 28, around right end). PATS: Booth, I, plac«kkk NORTHERN STANDINGS Team w ·Longmont ... 6 Fort Collins .. B. Sterling 5 Aurora 4 Greeley 4 Boulder 4 Englewood ... 2 Loveland .... 1 Fort Morgan . 0 Gene Grenz scored jn the Fort Collins win. Littleton defeated Westminster L T Pts Off 0 1 147 27 2 0 168 78 25-6.and Cherry Creek edged Ad- 2 0 115 112 urns City 6-fl (o.deadlock for the 2 1 190' 49 Adoms-Arapahoe League .1 e a d . 3 0 130 122 They play- Nov. 11 at Cherry 3 0 94. 60 Creek in-, the title game.' llic 5 0 71.' 157 champion will play Nov. 18 6 0 44 149 againsi Ihe Jefferson winner, al- 8 0 30 229 most sure lo be stale defending ·Clinched championship. By THE ASSOCIATED Puehto .Central,'scoring a-hard- earned victory; and Idle Lbngrrtb'nl with the help; of. Sterling-'.won league championships F r'-i d a; night and pla'ces in (he Class AAA slate football playoffs. Top team game: Greeley Mix Valley championship with a 35-6 romp over Fort Luplon. Ault cap- ,ured the. Class B Platte Valley League crown with a 51-7 breeze over Wiggins. Erie carried away the Class B North Central League title with "a 42-7 conquest of Berth- 912. CLASSIC BOWLETTES The scores: Ed's Phillips 66 4, Hehcrlein Mfg. Co. 0; Weller Lum- ers 1, Stampers 3; Taggers 3, Sellers I. ' . Top team series: Luggers J100. Top individual scries: Les Levitt 5«; Elinor Root 409. Top team game: stampers 736. Top individual gomes: Les Levitt 203;. Elinor Root 145. AT BOWLORADO-- NEIGHBORS MIXED I. The scores: Gilcrest Feed «nd Bean 3, Bachtnans 1; Thompson! Garage 3, Team IV 1; Jems S. Judy's Supper Club 1; 7th Aye. Shamrock 3, Mono's 1; S 4 A Shamrock 4. Baltes Potato Co. »; Consumers Oil Co. 1. Chase Tire and Oil Co. 2. : Top team series: 7th Av«, Shamrock 1820. Top individual series: Men -Bob Swelzig 510; Stan Odenbaugh SOS: Walt Straight 500. Women -- Flulh Dill 494; Betty Trupp 443; Betty Sterling 442. ·_· Top team game; 7th Ave. Sham- oud. Erie meets Eimon at Longmonl next Saturday in the start of the champion Lakewood. Lakewood needs a victory loday over Jellerson County to advance inlp. the playoft, jvH" .$» Adams- Ara'pahfe-litrehoTderV '.' ." " ' . n jhe AAA:semifinal w i n n e r s niietJin.Ihe.championship game Dec..2 at either Central's home field or in the Denver area. B playoffs. ber 2, .Wllshire Homes 2; Montgomery Ward 4, Allied Rental 0; Classic Lanes 3, Professional Finance 1. Top team series: Classic Lanes 2118. . . Top individual series: Lois Ruff 479; Helen Schissler 459; Agnes Cowan 442. rock 663. Top individual games: lieu. -Walt Straight 212; Ray Adler.JSC; Bob Swetzig 177. Women -- Bjith Dill 181-168; Irene Odenbaiigb. 166; Betty Trupp 164. TUESDAY MIXED '':· The scores: Gordons 4, Cipricr 0; Cozy Cafe 4, Altaian"TM"'-"- Elecjric Glass! J, BouW«r ...4 7 7 »--JO Top leam game: Classic Lanes 0; Greeley .Painl .and Gil...,, . EngUwMd I -I « i--41746. · _ · . . - . . - . iKimbrel Music 1; A t'M Glafc It Boulder scoring -- TDs: Hale| Top individual games: Lois RulflPaint 3, T fc R Company 1; The Central Wildcats gave- up[ Louisville .walloped Broomfield two - f i r s t ' period touchdowns .then 33-0 lo win t : he. Class A Metro- charged back for a 26-14'triumph over Easl Pueblo. It was one of the few limes this season thai unbeaten Cenlral has trailed. Central, winner of nine games, will play at Longmonl either Nov. 23 or 25 in one of the temifiiials of the AAA playoffs. Longmont rain (55, Intercepted :furnble);UM; Shirley Lauridsen ITS; Ridge Bruce "McDowell 9, end run); "·-' -- -'- -Duke Prenlup (12, off lackle). ·ATs: Frentup ( r u n ) , Gary Pat- ·ick (pass). Englewood scoring -- TD: Dave Hummel (55, pass from Bill Palmer). polilan League title and a berlh in the stale playoffs. · .Halfback Don Lawley scored four louch- downs and kicked three extra points. Lakewood needs a victory today over Jefferson County lo advance into Ihe playoff with the Adams- Aurora ............ it«rling SKIRTS RIGHT END -- Greeley halfback Bob Sitzman 14) gets running room as he darts around right end 2* yards for a touchdown. He got good blocks by Tom Anderson and Joe Stander in getting clearance. Sitzman rushed for 140 yards before sidelined with a wrenched knee. Greeley defeated Fort Morgan, 3318, in a Northern Conference football game Friday at Fort Morgan. Tribune photo by Paul Moloney. SKI DAYS for $10 I n c l u d e t Two-D»y Tow T i c k e t Plui Overnight Lodging it the F r i e n d l y Motel in C i n t e n n i n l , Wyo. Bunn, Hancock ToConductClinics Sunday At Aurora Two Colorado Slate College coaches, John.'W. Bunn, basketball, and John SvY Hancock, wrestling, will conduct clinics al Aurora high 'school Sunday afternoon.., Coach Bunri, who is known na tionally for his coaching and rules inlerprelalion in basketball, is a member of the NCAA rules com- mitlec. Coach Hancock's wres Iling squads arc perennial Rocky IJMountain Conference champions · Both T-B«r Lifts Operating · Ski Rentals Available · Restaurant and Warning Facilities Operating;. .·NOW CONDITIONS ARE .GOOD! Here Smoky! ' BEAVER, Pa. (AP) -- DUtrid Game Protcclor Marry Men o Beaver says he sa.w in .Ihe tos and found column of a newspape an'ad offering a reward for Ihe relurn of a "lame wild rabbit an swering to the name o{ Smoky Burgess." .Merz »ays he hasn't heard an; ii me t\t\t\ pjajuua. i-*jn b i.TMi.. . . 6-0-1) backed into its chompion-jArapahoB. titleholder. _ The AAA -semifinal w i n n e r ! meet in the championship game 2 at either Central's home in'grn'rfnt? with" alTeart two'de^ield or/in the Denver area ea (° · Louisville walloped Broomfield East Denver, unbeaten in «-- 3M to win tho Class hip when Sterling surprised Auora 15-13. Tiiat loft all the North- rn Conference teams, except!" Aurora scoring -- TD: Len Ack- iinrf (25, pass from Don Sessions), nule Landreuth (5, intercepted umblo). PAT: John Farler. Sterling scoring -- TDs: Gary Brunner (2, off tackle), Si Mares 5, off guard). FG: Gary Parker 12 yards). Fort Col D to win enver League, p.ays m me mn-jj--"" ^£" "£,'' r semifinal away from home ei- ^ v '· her Nov. 23 or 25 against the inner of a game belween Ihe Halfback- Don Lawley scored four touch' downs and kicked three extra efferson County and the Adams- Mrapahoe league champions. Gary Parker provided the win- ling margin for Slcrling when he ricked" a 12-yard field goal in Ihe second period. In other Northern action, Boulter downed Englewood 20-6, Gree- ey rolled up 447 yards in beating ?ort Morgan, 33-18, and Fort Colins downed Lovetand, 19-*. points. Lafayette won Ihe Class A Trl Aurora gained a 7-0 edge overj ?7 Sterling in the first period on a Pro Bjikirbil! By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Friday Results NBA Boslon 112, Philadelphia 08 St. Louis 106, Syracuse 94 Chicago 129, New York 118 Cincinnati 132, Los Angeles 114 ABL Kansas City 83, San Francisco _-jrling 25-yard pass play from Don Sessions to Len Acklund. John Farler xwted the extra point. Saturday GIITMI NBA Syracuse at Boslon (afternoon But Slerling rebounded in the second quarter. Gary Brunner smacked two yards off tackle for a touchdown. Parker's field goal sent Sterling in front 9-7. In the fourth period each team scored louchdowns. Boulder gained a 20-0 lead before Englewood scored on a 55- yard pass from Bill Palmer to Dave Hummel. Hale Irwin, Bruce _ _ McDowell and Duke Prentup shar- u named after Catcher Smoky ed Boulder's scoring. urgess of the Pitlsburg Pirales. Tom Schaffler, Bill Walters and TV) ly calling "here Smoky" dnrin us patrols in the woods. The wild" rabbit apparently Detroit at Philadelphia Ixs Angeles at Chicago New York at SI. Louis ABL Chicago al Washington Sunday Gamts NBA No games scheduled ABL Cleveland at Pittsburgh t-13 4--15 8 ( i U ft-- Loveland scoring -- TD: John pass from Tony Ra- May (32, ·nirez). Fort Collins-- TDs: Tom Schaffer (8, off lackle), Bill Walters 50, off tackle), Gene Grcnz (1, keeper). PAT: 'placekick). Duane Deincs Chlanda 172. . PIN POPPIRS"!': The scores: Wood's Texaco Service 1, Telco 3; Ann's Beauty Plaza I, Hillside Beauly 3; Dial's 4, Nunn Cafe 0; Garden Cily' Liq uor 3, Chime Bells 1. Top learn series: Telco 2085, Top individual series: Melva Bollig 499; Lorraine Barnaby 467; LaVerne Lulz 462. Top team game: Telco 759. . Top individual games: Shirley McWilliams 203; Melva Bollig 197; LaVerne Lulz 190. LUCKY STRIKER Tiie scores: Dieterle Contractor 3, Safeway 1; Equitable Life 4, Bob's Linoleum and Tire 0; Rocky Mounlain Brokerage 4, Flohr's In- erior Decorating 0. Top team series: Equitable Life 543. Top individual series: Vi Atkinson 460; Lavaun Dieterle 459; Hol- Bengals Hold Practice Fri. Idaho State College practiced on Jackson Field Friday night in preparation for their game wilh :he Colorado State College Bears tonight at 8 p.m. The Bengals are currently ranked llth in Ihe nation for small colleges and have an unbeaten string of eight consecutive games. The Bears, winless in seven straight conlesls will have Iheir work cut out for them if they expect lo pull an upset and win their first game of the current year. is Shirley 455. Top leam game: Equitable Life 42. Top individual games: Lavaun Dieterle 188; Vi Atkinson 180; Hoi- lis Shirley 165. TUES. TERRORS The scores: Golden Keg 1. /"al con Nal'l Life Ins, 3; Herdman Electric 0, Aeromotive Products 4: Bob's Linoleum and tile 0 Woodics Dist Co. 4; Dust-Tex 4 Long Lines 0; First Industria Bank 3. Bliss Produce 1; VFU No. 2 2. Cowan Concrete 2; But ternut Bread 3, VFW No. 1. Top team 'series: Dust-Tex 2408. Top individual series: Gen Morehouse 598; Gi) Hardwick 591 Jim Crabb 546. Top leam game: Golden Ke 854. Top individual games: G Hardwick 233: Gene Morehouse tit Texaco 3, K. ; Dairy Queen 2, Guy's Frontier ;.:·)? J!: -Toji'team series: .Gordons 1150. ·Top individual series: Men -Herb^Morey 579; Virg Wakeman 541;: Marv Ream 541.. Women' -- Elalne:'Waller 472; Judy Coljins «2;; Marge Sauter 447. : , :Top team game: Greeley Paint ind Glass 6*9. Top-individual games: Men -Valt Hert 224; Herb Morcy 213; 'irg Wakeman '197. Womeii i -- M.irge Sauler 178: Judy Collins 69; Elaine Walter 167. ·' G R E E L E r MAJOR The scores: Flot Electric.: 4, Bowlbrado Lanes 0; Jerome Corn- any 4, Freeman Cleaners 0; H i R Liquors 3, Classic Lanes 1; Cascade Marine 3, La Salle Sin- lair 1. Top team series: Flot Electric 635. Top individual series: Dave ;tronian 590; Duke Schmidt, Paul )umler 545.' Top leam game: Flot Electric 940. Top individual games: Dean Baylw 20G; :Dave Strom an »1; Duke Schneider, Ed J»ckson ; 451. LEAGUE The 7-11 scores: Greeley Sand. 2, USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS]217; Gil Hardwick 202. Nifty Cafe 2; Blcitz Contractor S, Sirds Liquors 1; T i T Distg. r Co. 3, Herbs Grocery 1: Shupe Bros. 4, KYOU 0; Allman Electric S, Woods Service 1; Romero Decorators 3, Seven-Up 1. ·· Top team series: Romero Dee- orators 2359. Top individual series: C. Heimbuck 585; E. Hyde 530; D. Flot 511. Top team game: Romero Dee. 833. '· Top individual games: E. Hyi!* 212; C. Heimbuck 207; R. Bucklin 207; B. Berry 201; S. 201. L*t Us PROCESS YOUR DEER OR ELK! OU Catbar Localioi North of Spri Chip 01 SMtfc 8th An. CALVIN TALBOTT Men's and Women's MOONLIGHT SWEEPER Saturday, Nov. 4th .11:30 p.m. $3.50 Handicap 2l25^Sth Avenue S P E C I A L BRAKE RELINING Most cars $15.05 labor included. 24-Hour Service. Brake and Light Inspection Station. We pick-up and deliver. DICK'S TEXACO 17441»tAv«. EL2-»70!j Greelty, Colo.

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