Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on September 11, 1976 · Page 7
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 7

Garden City, Kansas
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Saturday, September 11, 1976
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Hugoton Slips by Syracuse SYRACUSE — Hugoton High edged home-team Syracuse 14-12 in the High Plains Conference opener for both clubs Friday night. 1 Each team scored a first quarter touchdown. Syracuse led first, scoring on a 45-yard run by senior tailback Steve Richter. The attempted kick for conversion was thwarted by a bad center snap. Score was 6-0, Syracuse, with 8:39 left in the first quarter. A fumble recovery had set up the drive. Hugoton came back later in the quarter with a four-play, 60-yard drive capped, by a scoring pass. The toss was from Steve Sutton to Kevin McEachery and covered 36 yards. Conversion attempt failed. Neither team scored during the remainder of the half. Hugoton went ahead for good on a one-yard sneak by Sutton in mid-third quarter. Eventual winning two-point conversion was a pass from holder Brent Bettsworth to McEachery off a fake kick. Syracuse scored its second touchdown with 11:38 remaining in the game. Soph quarterback Mike Richter tallied on a one-yard run around left end. The Bulldogs had driven 38 yards in four plays after taking over when Hugoton mis-handled a center snap oh a punt attempt. Converting run was no good. Syracuse had two more threats after recovering Hugoton fumbles in Eagle territory but failed to score. Richter wound up with 101 yards on nine, carries. Hugoton fullback Matt Hickert led the Eagles with 76 yards on 18 carries. Hugoton dominated the offensive statistics, 17 first downs to four for the losers, and 318 net yards to 107. Rushing was close: 124 for the winners to 116 for Syracuse, but the Eagles flew 10 of 22 passes for 194 yards. Syracuse had just one of five for a net minus three yards. Hugoton did not get off a punt, Syracuse booted six for a 31 yard average. Syracuse plays another HPC foe next week at Satanta. Hugoton hosts HPC rival Elkhart. In a game Friday night, Elkhart bested Satanta 40-0. Syracuse - Hugoton 600 6—12 608 0—14 40-0 in Three Quarters ElkhartZips Satanta in HPC Opener ELKHART — First night play saw Elkhart whip High Plains Conference foe Satanta 40-0. Elkhart scored more than half its points in the first quarter -and trailed off, coasting through the last quarter without a point. Plenty of penalties marked the action, with the winners seeing flags fly 14 times for 130 yards in penalties and Satanta receiving 12 penalties for 121 yards. Net rushing yards for Elkhart was 228, while Satanta trailed with only 54. The Wildcats completed six of 11 pass attempts for 130 yards with the Satanta Indians completing only one of five attempts for 10 yards net gain. The Indians had two passes intercepted and they only managed to snag one Wildcat pass. Elkhart regained possession of both of its fumbles, Satanta lost three of its four fumbles. In the first-downs column, Elkhart led Satanta 12-6. The Wildcats drew blood on the first series of the game, with six plays following Satanta's game-opening kickoff. That touchdown was made by David Marcum on a one-yard run. • Marcum's record for the evening was 137 yards on 19 runs. Other top Wildcat rushers were Buddy Irsik with 11 runs for 60 yards and Larry Williams with 45 yards on 19 runs. Next touchdown was made by Wildcat Ron Gilliam who caught a 34-yard pass from Kent Boaldin. Then came a 34- yard scoring- run by Marcum. All three touchdowns were followed by successful kicks by Brett Houtz. Gilliam had a hot night, catching five passes for 101 yards. Boaldin completed six out of 10 passes he attempted. Second quarter action saw Gilliam catching a 15 yard pass for a touchdown. Boaldin threw the pass. Extra point was no-good. Larry Williams also scored in that quarter with a two-yard run across the goal line, but again the extra point attempt was no-good. Third quarters sole touchdown was made on a 15-yard run by Buddy Irsik, with Houtz kicking the extra point. Elkhart's 1975 season record was 8-1. Satanta finished up last season only 2-7. Next Friday night, Elkhart travels to Hugoton for another High Plains Conference clash and Satanta will host conference foe Syracuse. Elkhart Satanta 21 12 7 0000—0 Blalock Leads by Four DALLASXAP) — Veteran Jane Blalock takes a four- stroke lead into the second round of the $50,000 Dallas Women's .Civitan Golf Tournament hopeful that tourney officials will have a little mercy on the Ladies PGA field. Miss Blalock shot a sparkling five-under-par 67 Friday, which tied the course ' tournament record, set last year by Carol Mann and Debbie Austin, her best round of the current season. She found the pin placements an agonizing experienced and declared "they (Ladies PGA tournament directors Betsy Rawls and Jim Morgan) must have gotten their Fridays and Sunday's mixed up." Here to fore, the pins have been in a favorable position the first round, then located more strategically on the Sunday or final round. Miss Blalock, who won this tournament in 1972, said the "pins were very, very difficult, situationed on humps and swells." Tied for second with 71s are Sandra Post and Gloria Ehret with four players deadlocked with par 72s for fourth. In the foursome are two-time Civitan champion Kathy Whitworth, Debbie Austin, Joyce Kar- mierski and Gail Denenberg. SYRACUSE DEFENSIVE lineman Jim Lampe, number 75, close fame Friday night to the Hugoton Eagles. Final score reaches for Hugoton ball carrier Matt Hinckert, as Marvin was 12-14. Telegram Photo Graber, number 26 moves int o assist. The Bulldogs lost a Want Ads Get Results Page? Garden City Telegram Saturday, Sept. 11,1976 What will your child's world be like Tomorrow ; Many parents take pains to give their children gifts that quickly wear out, such as toys and clothes. 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