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I PAGE D2 WATERLOO COURIER Scoreboard TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1993 Football NFL standings AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pet PF PA Buffalo 6 1 0 .857 159 87 Miami 6 1 0 .867 172 118 Indianapolis 3 4 0 .4?9 104 149 N Y. Jets 3 4 0 .429 159 131 New England 1 7 0 .125 103 187 Central Cleveland 5 2 0 .714 149 130 Pittsburgh 4 3 0 .571 168 120 Houston 3 4 0 .429 144 140 Cincinnati 0 7 0 .000 81 162 Wast KansasCity 5 2 0 .714 110 108 Denver 4 3 0 571 177 135 LA Raiders 4 3 0 .571 136 133 Seattle 4 4 0 .500 129 140 San Diego 3 4 0 .429 114 150 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pel PF PA Dallas 5 2 0 .714 155 102 N Y. Giants 6 2 0 .714 151 81 Philadelphia 4 3 0 .571 138 156 Phoenix 2 6 0 .250 152 153 Washington 1 6 0 .143 109 185 Central Detroit 6 2 0 .750 164 140 Green Bay 4 3 0 .571 164 121 Minnesota 4 3 0 .571 112 124 Chicago 3 4 0 .429 112 95 Tampa Bay 2 5 0 .286 99 183 Wast New Orleans 6 2 0 .750 183 154 San Francisco 5 3 0 .625 210 158 Atlanta 2 6 0 .250 171 222 LA Rams 2 6 0 .250 131 192 MONDAY'S RESULT Buffalo 24. Washington 10 GAMES SUNDAY Buffalo at New England, 12 neon Denver at Cleveland, 12 noon N Y. Giants at Dallas. 12 noon Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, 1 2 noon San Diego at Minnesota, 12 noon Seattle at Houston, 12 noon Tampa Bay at Detroit, 1 2 noon LA. Raiders at Chicago, 3 p.m. Miami at N.Y. Jets, 3 p.m. Philadelphia at Phoenix. 3 p.m. Indianapolis at Washington, 7 p.m. Open Date: Atlanta, LA. Rams, New Orleans, San Francisco GAME NEXT MONDAY Green Bay at Kansas City, 8 p.m. NFL summary BILLS 24, REDSKINS 10 At Orchard Parte, N.Y. Washington 7 3 0 0 -10 Buffalo 14 0 7 3 -24 First Quarter Buf Reed 65 pass from Kelly (Christie kick), 6:00. WasBrooks 7 run (Lohmiller kick), 10:25. Buf Brooks 11 pass (rom Kelly (Christie kick), 14:50. Second Quarter Was FG Lohmiller 19, 6:36. Third Quarter Buf Thomas 1 run (Christie kick), 9:33. Fourth Quarter Buf FG Christie 45, 3:35. A 79,106. TEAM STATISTICS Wash Buffalo Firstdowns 21 22 Rushes-yards 29-140 42-164 Passing yards 162 238 Punt returns 1-13 0-0 Kickoff returns 4-72 0-0 Interceptions ret. 1-11 4-15 Comp-Att-Int 15-42-4 18-24-1 Sbcked-yards lost 2-7 0-0 Punts-avg. 2-40 3-42 FumWes-lost 2-0 1-1 Penalties-yards 5-40 9-59 Time of possession 29:52 30:08 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING Washington, Brooks 24-117, Byner4-16. Sanders 1-7. Buffalo, Thomas 28-129, Gardner 5-16, K. Davis 6-1 1 , Kelly 3-8. PASSING Washington, Rypien 15-42-4-169. Buffalo, Kelly 18-24-1-238. RECEIVING Washington, Sanders 4- 37, Monk 3-42, Brooks 3-17. Howard 2- 38, Byner 1-20, Wycheck 1-11, Middleton 1- 4. Buffalo, Reed 7-159, Brooks 3-37, Copeland 2-18, Metzelaars 2-13, K Davis 2- 0. Await 1-10, Thomas 1-1. MISSED FIELD GOALS Washington, Lohmiller 50. Buffalo, Christie 58. College Iowa standings Team W L T Pta Opp Coe 8 0 0 384 106 Central 7 1 0 314 93 Cornell 7 1 0 277 150 Wartburg 7 1 0 244 84 Loras 6 1 1 211 137 Drake 6 2 0 258 198 lowaWesleyan 6 3 0 190 135 Northern Iowa 6 3 0 232 194 Northwestern 5 4 0 200 248 St. Ambrose 5 4 0 216 197 Graceland 4 4 0 151 97 Luther 3 5 0 133 135 Simpson 3 5 0 145 192 TeikyoWestmar 3 5 0 148 187 Upper Iowa 3 5 0 169 167 fowa 3 5 0 113 214 BuenaVista 2 5 0 120 167 Iowa State 2 6 0 191 231 Morningside 2 7 0 185 249 Dubuque 1 7 0 53 279 William Penn 1 7 0 62 345 Grinnell 0 B 0 134 338 GAME FRIDAY St. Ambrose vs. Wisconsin-Platteville at UNI-Dome (n) GAMES SATURDAY Aurora at Wartburg Benedictine at Graceland Coe at Cornell Dana at Teikyo Westmar Drake at San Diego Dubuque at Buena Vista Illinois College at Grinnell Iowa Wesleyan at Dakota Wesleyan Kansas State at Iowa State Luther at Central Midland Lutheran at Northwestern Northern Illinois at Iowa Simpson at William Penn St. Cloud State at Morningside Upper Iowa at Loras Moorhead State at Northern Iowa (rt) College polls NCAA Division II OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (AP) The top 10 teams in the NCAA Division II football poll with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Oct. 30, total points and last week's ranking: Record Pta Pv 1. North Alabama (3) 8-0-0 79 1 2. N.Haven, Cn. (1) 8-0-0 77 2 3. Hampton U, Va. 9-0-0 72 3 4. Indiana, Pa B-O-0 68 4 5. Portland State, Ore. 6-2-0 64 5 6. Missouri South. St. 7-0-1 60 6 7. Mankato State, Mn. 8-1-0 56 7 8. UC Davis 7-1-0 52 8 9. Albany State. Ga. 9-0-0 48 9 10. North Dakota 7-1-0 44 10 NCAA Division III OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (AP) The top teams from each region in the NCAA Division III football poll with records through Oct. 31: EAST REGION 1. Buffalo State, N.Y., 7-0; 2. Rowan, N.J., 6-1; 3. Union, N.Y., 8-0; 4. Montclair State, N.J., 5-2; 5. William Paterson, N.J., 6-2; 6. (tie) Brockport State, N.Y., 6-2; Plymouth State. N.H., 5-2 NORTH REGION 1. Mt. Union, Ohio, 8-0; 2. Albion, Mich., 8-0; 3. Anderson, Ind., 8-0; 4. Wheaton, III., 6-1; 5. Allegheny, Pa. 7-1 ; 6. Defiance. Ohio. 8-1 SOUTH REGION 1. Washington 1 Jefferson, Pa., 8-0; 2. Frostburg State, Md 8-0; 3. Wes, Pa., 8-0; 4. Dickinson, Pa, 7-1; 5. Moravian, Pa, 6-2; 6. Emory and Henry, Va. 6-2 WEST REGION 1. Wisconsln-LaCrosse, 8-0; 2. St John's, Minn., 8-0; 3. Coe, Iowa, 8-0; 4. Wartburg, Iowa, 7-1; 5. Colorado College, 8-0; 6. Central, Iowa 7-1 NA1A Division I TULSA, Okla. (AP) The top 10 teams In the NAIA Division I football poll with first-place votes in parentheses, record through Oct 30, total points and previous ranking: Record Pta Prv 1. Central St, Ohio (9) 6-0-2 135 1 2. Langston, Okla. 8-1-0 125 2 3. Glenvilie St. W.Va. 7-2-0 114 3 4. E. Central, Okla. 6-2-0 107 4 5. Harding. Ark. 6-2-0 95 5 6. Western N M. 5-2-0 91 6 7. Moorhead a, Mn. 6-2-0 80 9 8. Carroll, Mont 7-1-0 77 10 9. Winona St., Mn. 8-2-0 56 15 10. Ark.-Montoiilo 5-30 51 14 Prep boys All-district Class 3A, District 5 Wayne Anderson, Sr., Benton-Norway; Derrick Becker, Sr., Benton-Norway; Adam Bosster, Sr., Benton-Norway; Chris Frimml, Sr., Benton-Norway; Ryan Junge, Sr., Benton-Norway; Travis Kramer, Sr., Benton-Norway; Joe Niebuhr, Sr., Benton-Norway; Matt Nofte, Sr., Benton-Norway; George Bryant Jr., Grinned; Jeff Clement, Jr., Grinnell; Curt Hudnutt, Sr., Grinnell; Kirk Lebeck, Jr., Gnnnell; Sean Paulson, Sr., Gnnnell; Drew Sherman, So., GnnneH; Nathan Smith, Sr., Grinnell, Richard Werner, Jr., GnnneH; Chns Cannon, Sr., Marion; Chris Krull, Sr., Marion; Nate Wemeburg, Jr., Marion; Joel Akason, Sr., Oskaloosa; Mitch Comstock, Jr., Oskatoosa; Kevin Fick, Jr., Oskaloosa; Aaron Gillespie, Sr., Oskatoosa; Loren Martin, Sr., Oskaloosa; Dave Anderson, Sr., Peila; Cary Bandstra, Jr., Pelia; Scott Hoksbergen, Sr Pella; Bob Peebler, Sr., Pella; Marc Poortinga, Sr., Pella; Sok Sarin, Sr., Pella; Russell Slings, Sr., Pella; Justin Sullivan, Sr., Pella; Dan Anderson, Sr., South Tama; Bryan Byrd, Jr., South Tama; Matt Olsen, Sr., South Tama; Justin Ray, Sr.. South Tama; Brandon Rutledge, Jr., South Tama; Travis Savage, Jr., South Tama; Jason Boisen, Sr., Vinton-Shellsburg; Mark Enckson, Sr., Vinton-Shellsburg; Jason Lerch, Sr., Vinton-Shellsburg; Mike Reifenstahl, Sr., Vtnton-Sheteburg. Bowling League reports HIGHLIGHTS There were a number of excellent games and series bowled Monday, but the biggest accomplishment belonged to a man who did not rank among league leaders in any categories. Mel Nolan, bowling in the Sundowners league at Cadillac Lanes, picked up the "Big Four," the 4-6-7-10 split. Series winners Monday were Joe Engelkes with a 255-259-278-792 and Angi Enckson, whose 718 was highlighted by a single-game 266. Other series of note on the men's side Included Bruce Pals, 774; Rich Eighme, 756; Terri Casillas, 733; Eldon Brasch, 703; and John Trower, 701. For the women, Roxie Smedley tallied a 716; Michelle Shock, 698; Diana Sidler, 669; and Linda Eighme, 653. High game honors went to John Ahles, who recorded a 260, and Enckson and her 266. Other men's games above 250 included Casillas, 279: Engelkes, 278; Brasch, Eighme and Pais, 269; Trower, 267; Jim Nagle, 266: Engelkes, 259 and 255; and Kevin Pevenll, 254. Other women's high games included Sidler, 265; Smedley, 258; Eighme. 251; Shock. 247; Kim Tragord, 246; Smedley, 243; Rosie Engelkes, 237; and Jody WaHin, 234. In the Senior Classic youth league. 16-year -old Brian Yeaning roiled a 227-247-258 for a 732 senes. Other Senior Classic scores of note included Josh Keboe's 204-225-220-649 and Jeff Faust's 183-220-233-636. Both young men are 15 years old. In the Sinkers league, Damian Gilbert rolled a 650 series highlighted by a single-game 256. April Erickson topped the junior girls with a 521 series, and the high junior girls' game was recorded by Jamie Lenius, 202. WATERLOO LEAGUES ANIMAL HOUSE Flat Cats 2663, Alleygators 1016; Dusty Kehoe 666, Jim Nagle 266, Jody Wain 582-234. CADILLAC LADIES Auto Amusement 2715-933; Mary Reinicke 544-201 CANDY BAR TIN LIZZIES PSRT 2566-897; Kevin Peverill 671-254, Judy Pevenll 601-216. LADIES MAJOR Karen's Printrite 1775, ABU Management 624; Diane Slattenow 573, Judy Hurd 200. STRIKE & SPARE Cherokee 2810-1013; Bruce Pals 774-269, Angi Erickson 718-266. STRIKETTE Memories & More 3071-1102; Roxie Smedley 716, Diana Sidler 265. SUNDOWNERS Zeien Exc. 2318, United Tire 799; Myra Summers 573-225. VIKING Schneider Slate Farm 3362, Cadillac Lanes 1206; Joe Engelkes 792, John Ahles 280. WESTSIDE BUSINESSMEN Harley Davidson 3162-1104; Eldon Brasch 703-269. Youth leagues BUMPER BUDDIES Team 1 576-291; Dillon Timm 163-65. CADILLAC CRUISERS Cadillac Crushers 1444-502; Scott Freeman 374, Nick Roth 146, Sarah Posekary 334-126. CARTOON SKIPPERS Rock Stars 1433, Brunswick Buddies 557; Jennifer Engelkes 431-167, Nick Johnson 411-201. METAUXA BLUE JUNIORS Team 1 1836, Red Skins 698; Kris Aschbrenner, Nate Schumacher 549, Kris Aschbrenner 221 , Janelle Faust 472-200. SENIOR CLASSIC Spare Force 2655-951; Brian Yearling 732-258, April Erickson 521 , Jamie Lenius 202. STRIKERS Hawkeyes 2099-767; Damian Gilbert 650-256, Janelle Janssen 498-191 METALLICA RED JUNIORS The Storm 1636, Three Musketeers 568; Sarah Grenwoldt 462-161, Josh Wollin 418-160. Basketball NBA preseason (Final standings) EASTERN CONFERENCE W L PcL GB NewYork 7 1 .875 Boston 6 3 .667 1.5 Miami 5 3 .625 2.0 Orlando 5 3 .625 2.0 Milwaukee 4 3 .571 2.5 New Jersey 4 3 .571 2.5 Charlotte 4 4 .500 3.0 Chicago 4 4 .500 3.0 Cleveland 4 4 .500 3.0 Indiana 4 4 .500 3.0 Bills whip Redskins ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) Beating their three Super Bowl conquerors only means something to Buffalo Bills guard John Davis "if they're going to give us a ring and a Lombardi trophy." Davis and the rest of the Bills got neither after completing a season sweep of their Super Bowl opponents with a 24-10 victory over Washington Monday night. Instead, they have to be satisfied with the fact that while the Redskins have fallen on hard times since their 37-24 victory over Buffalo in the Super Bowl two seasons ago, the Bills haven't. "I think one of the most important things that we look at is that even though we've lost three Super Bowls, we haven't had a downfall, we haven't had a decline," Thurman Thomas said. The Bills (6-1) continued their quest for a fourth Super Bowl appearance by combining an opportunistic defense. For the second week in a row, the Bills moved the ball easily. They churned out 402 yards of offense an average of 6.1 yards per play on a slick, frozen field. As usual, Andre Reed was the centerpiece of the passing game, catching seven passes for 159 yards, including a 65-yard touchdown. What Reed did for the passing game, Thomas did for the Bills' running game with the 33rd 100-yard rushing game of his career. Wednesday Prep football; Class 3A playoffs at UNI-Dome Maquoketa vs. New Hampton, 6:15 p.m.; West Delaware vs. Waverly-Shell Rock, 8:45 p.m. Tuesday 6:30 p.m. NHL Boston at Detroit (ESPN) 8 p.m. Boxing: Buddy McGirt vs. Nick Rupa, welterweights (USA) Wednesday 6:30 p.m. Bowling: Touring Players Championship (ESPN) 8 p.m. Boxing: Calvin Grove vs. Pete Taliaferro, junior welterweights (ESPN) Atlanta 3 5 .375 4,0 Washington 2 6 .250 5.0 Detroit 1 7 .125 6 0 Philadelphia 1 7 .125 6.0 WESTERN CONFERENCE W L PcL GB Seattle 5 3 .625 Denver 5 3 .625 - ; Houston 5 3 .625 - i LA Clippers 5 3 .625 - San Antonio 5 3 .625 - ! Utah 5 3 .625 Portland 4 3 .571 .5 LA Lakers . 4 4 .500 1.0 Minnesota 4 4 .500 1.0 Phoenix 3 3 .500 1.0 Golden State 3 5 .375 2.0 Sacramento 2 6 .250 3.0 Dallas 1 5 .167 3.0 MONDAY'S RESULTS Boston 99, Miami 97 Houston 92. Dallas 77 Utah 115, Phoenix 109, OT Preseason ends Hockey NHL standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L T Pta GF 9 Philadelphia New Jersey NY Rangers Washington Florida NY Islanders Tampa Bay Northeast Division 18 56 0 16 39 1 15 46 0 12 42 3 11 33 1 7 37 1 7 28 Montreal Pittsburgh Boston Quebec Buffalo Hartford Ottawa 16 41 15 38 12 34 11 48 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division W L T Pts GF GA Toronto 10 1 1 21 50 28 St. Louis 8 2 1 17 39 33 Dallas 6 4 3 15 51 44 Winnipeg 6 6 1 13 49 46 Detroit 5 7 0 10 50 52 Chicago 4 7 2 10 44 47 Pacific Division Calgary 6 3 2 18 46 38 Vancouver 7 3 0 14 38 33 Los Angeles 6 5 2 14 54 55 San Jose 3 9 1 7 28 44 Anaheim 2 8 2 6 24 42 Edmonton 2 10 1 5 32 48 MONDAY'S RESULTS St. Louis 4. Hartford 2 Toronto 3. Dallas 3, tie GAMES TUESDAY Tampa Bay at Quebec. 6:35 p.m. Vancouver at N.Y. Islanders, 6:35 p.m. Philadelphia at Florida, 6:35 p.m. Boston at Detroit, 6:35 p.m. Pittsburgh at San Jose, 9:35 p.m. GAMES WEDNESDAY Calgary at Hartford. 6.35 p.m. Tampa Bay at Montreal, 6:35 p.m. Vancouver at N.Y. Rangers, 6:35 p.m. Florida at Toronto, 6:35 p.m. St. Louis at Winnipeg, 7:35 p.m. Ottawa at Edmonton, 8:35 p.m. New Jersey at Los Angeles, 9:35 p.m. Dallas at Anaheim, 9:35 p.m. Pittsburgh vs. Buffalo at Sacramento, CaH., 9:35 p.m. Cross country College men NCAA Division I poll The top 25 teams in the NCAA Division I men's cross country poll through Nov. 2, with first-place votes in parentheses, total points and previous rankings; Pta Pvs 1. Arkansas (18) 450 1 2. Iowa St. 429 2 3. Bngham Young 415 3 4. Viiianova 393 4 5. Colorado 362 5 6. Portland 361 7 7. Notre Dame 319 9 B.Georgetown 317 10 9. Michigan 312 17 10. Wisconsin 280 6 11. Washington 265 14 12. Wake Forest 263 16 13. North Carolina a 224 8 14. Penn State 199 13 15. Washington St. 188 - 16. Oregon 174 12 17. Tennessee 171 15 18. West Virginia 108 19 19. Cornell 103 23 20. Oklahoma St. 85 20 21. William Mary 72 22 22. Eastern Michigan 66 - 23. Stanford 58 11 24. South Florida 51 21 25. Miami, Ohio 45 18 Others receiving votes: Army 27, UCLA 21, Auburn 17, Clemson 15, East Tennessee St. 11, Boston University 10, Southern Illinois 10, Providence 8, Idaho St. 5, Montana St. 4, Texas-El Paso 4, Colorado St. 3, Minnesota 3, Texas 2. Nebraska 1. Swimming Prep girls Saturday district At Dubuque HOW THEY FINISHED TEAM STANDINGS 1. Dubuque Senior 198; 2. NU High 223; 3. Iowa City West 186; 4. Dubuque Wahlert 177; 5. Dubuque Hempstead 165: 6. (tie) Iowa City High and West Waterloo 95; 8. East Waterloo 40; 9. Anamosa 32. 200 MEDLEY RELAY 1. NU High (Kathyrn Kjar, Brooke Penaluna. Stacey Wertz, Regan Penaluna), 1:55.21; 2. Wahlert; 3. Senior; 4. West Watertoo; 5. Iowa City West: 6 Hempstead. 200 FREESTYLE 1. Sheri Theisen (Ana). 1:57.72; 2. Trudy Henkels (Wahl); 3. Cathi Geraghty (Sr); 4. Tina Luebke (ICW); 5. Jean Bender (ICH); 6. Jamie Rhomberg (Hemp) 200 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 1. Kasia Gawronska (ICW). 2:14.48; 2. Connie Wysocki (Hemp); 3. Emily Pearson (Sr); 4. Margot McDonald (ICW); 5. Erica Lee (NU); 6. Sara Oberhoffer (Wahl) 50 FREESTYLE 1. Wertz (NU), 24.98; 2. Nicole Wolbers (Sr.); 3. R. Penaluna (NU); 4. Laura Merrick (Sr); 5. Holly Heins (Hemp); 6. Molly Gavin (Sr.) DIVING 1. Jenny Smith (Sr). 387.40 pts; 2. Hilarie Welsh (Hemp); 3. Jessica Muniz (East); 4. Knstina Konnath (ICH); 5. Jessica Hull (West); 6. Kathy Divelbiss (ICH) 100 BUTTERFLY 1. Henkels (Wahl), 1:00 83; 2. Emily Mulgrew (Sr); 3. Luebke (ICW); 4. Wysocki (Hemp); 5. Margaret Longo (Wahl); 6. Alicia Ohmstede (West) 100 FREESTYLE 1. Wertz (NU), 53.78; 2. Wolbers (Sr); 3. R. Penaluna (NU); 4. Merrick (Sr); 5. Sara Reisdorl (Wahl); 6. Pearson (Sr) 500 FREESTYLE 1. Theisen (Ana), 5:04.03; 2. Gawronska (ICW); 3. Kiar (NU); 4. Geraghty (Sr); 5. Bender (ICH); 6. Sandra Smalley (ICH) 200 FREESTYLE RELAY 1. Senior (Merrick, M. Gavin, Geraghty, Wolbers), 1:44.56; 2. NU High; 3. Towa City West; 4. Hempstead; 5. Wahlert; 6. West Waterloo 100 BACKSTROKE 1. Reisdorf (Wahl); 2. Kjar (NU); 3. Jenny Vogt (Wahl); 4. Nadine Hinkle (NU); 5. Hems (Hemp); 6. Katey Adams (Sr.) 100 BREASTSTROKE 1. B. Penaluna (NU), 1:14.83; 2. Jenni Miller (West); 3. Jessica McDonald (ICW); 4. M. McDonald (ICW); 5. M. Gavin (Sr); 6. Emily Gavin (Sr.) 400 FREESTYLE RELAY 1. Senior (Geraghty, Mulgrew, Pearson, Wolbers), 3:52.16; 2. Wahlert; 3. Iowa City West; 4. Hempstead; 5. NU High; 6. East Volleyball Prep girls Class 1A Regional semifinals AT CLARION Clanon-Goidfield 17-15-15, Ventura 15- 5-8 AT DELHI Wilton 15-15-9-15, Maquoketa Valley 13-9-15-9 AT DIKE Dike-New Hartford 15-15-15, Don Bosco (Gilbertville) 5-11-8 AT ELDORA Eldora-New Providence 11-11-15-15-15, Roland-Story 15-15-12-11-8 AT HARTLEY Swea City North Kossuth 15-15-15, Hartiey-Melvin-Sanborn 5-3-5 AT LAKE VIEW Mapleton Maple Valley 15-3-15-15, Wall Lake View-Auburn 12-15-12-10 AT MEDIAPOLIS West Point Marquette 15-15-15, Sigourney 11-5-9 Mediapolis 15-13-15-17, Williamsburg 13-15-11-15 AT MONTEZUMA Des Moines Grandview Park Baptist 16- 13-10-15-15, Iowa Valley 14-15-15-13-11 AT MOUNT AYR Truro Interstate 35 15-7-15-15, Mount Ayr 7-15-5-11 AT ORANGE CITY Unity Christian 15-15-15, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 4-12-4 AT PANORA Corning 14-15-9-15-15, Panora Panorama 16-10-15-13-8 AT ROCKWELL CITY Rockwell City-Lytton 15-15-13-15, Audubon 7-13-15-10 AT STRAWBERRY POINT Mount Vernon 15-15-15, Starmont (Strawberry Point) 7-13-7 AT SUMNER Sumner 15-20-15. South Winneshiek (Calmar) 7-18-7 AT TREYNOR Treynor 15-7-10-15-15, Underwood 11-15-15-8-6 ' Wednesday's finals (all matches at 7 p.m.) REGION 1 Orange City Unity Christian (39-3-1) vs. Swea City North Kossuth (28-1-0) at Hartley. REGION 2 Mapleton Maple Valley (28-7-1) at Rockwell City-Lytton (29-2-0). REGION 3 Corning (21-2-2) at Treynor (28-4-2). REGION 5 West Point Marquette (28-6-0) at Mediapolis (35-2-0) REGION 7 Dike-New Hartford (39-4-2) at Eldora-New Providence (25-4-2). REGION 8 Clarion-Goldfield (35-4-0) vs. Sumner (28-1-0) at Charles City. Class 2A Tuesday's semifinals (Matches at 6:30 and 8 p.m. unless stated. Finals Thursday at sites to be determined.) REGION 5 Decorah (24-7-4) at Waverly-Shell Rock (36-0-1) (7 p.m.); West Waterloo (17-11-9) at Osage (28-7-4) (7 p.m.). REGION 6 At Dubuque Senior Cedar Rapids Regis (5-28-5) vs. Dubuque Wahlert (33-6-2); Dubuque Senior (29-5-4) vs. Cedar Rapids Kennedy (23-12-8) REGION 7 At Eldridge Iowa City High (33-5-4) vs. Clinton (27-5-3); Eldridge North Scott (11-14-2) vs. Davenport North (36-2-1). & More t SI II UNI Panthers 3120 Sponsored by Evonsdole Pharmacy High School Sports 3210 Hardee's Athlete of the Week ..7737 Waterloo Black Hawks 7825 Sponsored by Gramma Bert's Pasta AP Network Sports 3000 Sponsored by Sports Arena College Sports 3025 Sponsored by T. Galaxy NFL Reports 3050 Baseball News 3300 The Courier ''''' y Foui ' prep teams ere they started No.l Columbus No. 10 in final i Class 3A poll DES MOINES (AP) Bob Jensen had a tough act to follow when he replaced the popular, successful Bob Evans as football coach at Mount Pleasant High School. Yet in his fifth season on the job, J Jensen has done something his pre-i decessor couldn't. For the first time, ! Mount Pleasant has finished the sea son ranked No. 1. The Panthers took over the top spot in the Associated Press Class 3A poll after the previous leader, Harlan, lost its final regular season game. "It's great for our school and our town and our kids," Spencer said. "They've done a great job. They've earned it. But you don't know for sure. That's what the playoffs are for." Mount Pleasant will take a 9-0 record into a first-round playoff game against Benton Community of Van Home Wednesday night. It's the second unbeaten regular season in Spencer's tenure, the first coming in 1990. "I look at it as a opportunity to continue an excellent program he already had built and to try to take it as far as I could," Spencer said. "Everybody in Mount Pleasant knows who the football team is playing on Friday night. That's the kind of place it's good to be the coach at." Mount Pleasant is the fourth school to hold the No. 1 spot in 3A this season. West Delaware started the year on top, then was replaced by Harlan the second week. Waverly-Shell Rock became No. 1 the following week and stayed there until Harlan moved back in front in the sixth week of the season. Harlan lost to Denison 36-10 on Friday night, its first loss at home since 1981. The four other No. 1 teams stayed there all year. Bettendorf (4A) and Aplington-Parkersburg (1A) finished at No. 1 for the second straight season. Solon tops the final Class 2A poll and Bedford leads the Class A rankings. All four are 9-0 and will join Mount Pleasant in the playoffs on Wednesday night. Bettendorf begins its quest for a third consecutive state championship against No. 4 Davenport Assumption, Solon faces Sigourney-Keota, Aplington-Parkersburg takes on No. 10 Mason City Newman and Bedford opens its title defense against Hamburg Southwest. As usual, the voting for No. 1 was close in 4A and 1A. Bettendorf got 12 first-place votes to nine for second- CLASS4A 1. Bettendorf (12) 90 201 1st 2. Iowa City High (9) 9-0 198 2nd 3. West Des Moines Valley 8-1 161 3rd 4. Davenport Assumption 8-1 152 4th 5. Newton 8-1 122 5th 6. Southeast Pdk 8-1 103 7th 7. Sioux City West - 7-2 72 10th 8. Cedar Rapids Washington 7-2 54 9. Cedar Rapids Prairie 7-2 32 6th 10. Ottumwa 8-1 22 Dropped out: Cedar Rapids Kennedy (8), Davenport Central (9). Other teams receiving votes: Sioux City Heelan 17, Fort Dodge 6. West Des Moines Dowling 5, Davenport Central 4. Ames 3, Marion Linn-Mar 2. Cedar Rapids Kennedy 1. CLASS 3A 1. Mount Pleasant (20) 9-0 209 2nd 2. Waveity-Shell Rock (1) 7-1 180 4th 3. West Delaware 8-1 159 5th 4. Cherokee 9-0 148 6th 5 Boone 90 126 7th 6. Harlan 8-1 94 1st 7. New Hampton 7-1 83 3rd B.Spencer 7-2 68 9th 9. Adel-DeSoto-Minbum 8-1 41 10th 10. Waterloo Columbus 7-2 21 Dropped out: Van Home Benton (8). Other teams receiving votes: Pella 15, Van Home Benton 6, Decorah, Denison and Maquoketa 1. ranked Iowa City High and edged the Little Hawks by three points. Aplington-Parkersburg. finished five points ahead of two-time defending state champion West Branch, getting 13 first-place votes to eight for the Bears. West Branch goes into the playoffs with a 35-game winning streak the state's longest. Bettendorf has won 29 straight. Columbus of Waterloo beat New Hampton 36-14 and was voted into the No. 10 spot. The Sailors didn't make the playoffs despite a 7-2 record because they finished third in their district to New Hampton and second-ranked Waverly-Shell Rock, the defending state champion. CLASS 2A I.Solon (18) 2. Laurens Northwest (2) 3. Britt West Hancock 4. Fairbank Wapsie Valley 5. Carroll (1) 6. Iowa Falls 7. Inwood West Lyon 8. Emmetsburg 9. Mount Vernon 10. Dallas Center-Gnmes 9-0 207 1st 90 176 2nd 90 162 3rd 90 146 4th 90 122 5th 90 113 6th 90 87 7th 8-1 69 8th 8-1 52 9th 8-1 10 Dronned out: Strawberry Point Starmont (10). Other teams receiving votes: Center Point-Urbana 4, Missouri Valley 3, Sigoumey-Keota 2, Albia, Denver and MOC-Floyd Valley 1. CLASS 1A 1. Aplington-Parkersburg (13) 90 201 1st 2. West Branch (8) 90 196 2nd 3. West Bend-Mallard 90 153 4th 4. Columbus Junction 90 146 5th 5. Ogden 8-1 110 6th 6 Grundy Center 8-1 91 7th 7. Packwood Pekin 7-1 88 3rd 8 Hudson 8-1 72 8th 9. Coggon North Linn 8-1 49 10th 10. Mason City Newman 8-1 25 Dropped out Akjona Garrigan (9). Other teams receiving votes: Pocahontas 9, Manilla IKM 8, Onawa West Monona 2, Jewell South Hamilton and Wall Lake View-Auburn 1 . CLASS A 1. Bedford (20) 90 209 1st 2. Graettinger (1) 80 183 2nd 3. Winfield-MountUnlon 90 159 3rd 4. Riceville 90 135 5th 5. LeMars Gehlen 8-1 124 6th 6. Lynnville-Sully 90 100 7th 7. Allison-Bristow 80 70 9th 8. Madrid 8-1 66 8th 9. New Sharon North Mahaska 8-1 34 4th 10. Maynard West Central 8-1 33 10tt Other teams receiving votes: Manning 17, Hamburg Southwest 14, Wellsburg-Steamboat Rock 6, Tripoli 2, Ackley-Geneval. UNI TVsditicn, senior prido show through Continued from page Dl doing the things that have to be done to get the points on the board. "That's what athletics is all about ... overtimes, fourth-quarter drives. That's when all the work you do either comes and sticks its head up or you want to bury your head in the sand." NOTES While UNI has out-gained every opponent but one in total offense (there was just a two-yard differential in that game against Indiana State), a Panther defense gutted by injuries is giving up 317 yards per game and three straight opponents have rushed for more than 200. UNI is minus-nine in turnovers through nine games. A year ago, they lost the ball only 26 times in 14 games and finished plus-10. The Panthers are also minus-five in quarterback sacks after posting a plus-8 mark last season. One of the three teams to defeat the Panthers this season has climbed into the Division I Top 25 this week. At 7-1, Wyoming is rated 24th by the Associated Press and 21st in the USA TodayCNN coaches' poll. The Cowboys rallied in the closing minutes to edge UNI 45-42 the second game of the season. "That's one of those that slipped away, but I think in the big picture of things it's going to be very beneficial to us," said Allen, referring to the weight that game may carry should the Panthers make the Division I-AA playoffs. For the first time in weeks, everybody who played against Illinois State should be able to play this week when UNI hosts Moorhead State of Minnesota, the seventh-ranked NAIA Division I team in the country. In fact, Allen said, the Panthers may get a player or two back off the injured list. Redshirt freshman Jeff Stovall has topped 100 yards in rushing five of the last seven games. Over the last five, his average is 127 yards per game. IOWA Fry ca!b Jc!:nccn lleismsn candidate Continued from page Dl rity at Northern Illinois a school of 24,000 students in DeKalb, 111. Johnson is considered a potential future first round draft pick by the NFL. "(Johnson) just looks phenomenal," Iowa coach Hayden Fry said Sunday. "He's a bonafide Heisman Trophy candidate. He will have priority on our defensive scheme." While the general public may not know of Johnson's numbers, Fry made his players aware of them following the Hawkeyes' 26-17 win over Purdue last Saturday. "I hadn't really heard much about him until Coach Fry told us about him," said Iowa senior defensive tackle Mike Wells. "I'm sure we'll see a lot of film on him this week." Johnson has rushed for over 100 yards in every game and surpassed 200 yards four times this season. His chances of reaching the century mark against Iowa look good statistically. The Hawkeyes have allowed an opposing running back to rush for more than 100 yards in six straight games after Purdue's Corey Rogers amassed 109 last Saturday. Iowa also surrendered 94 rushing yards to Purdue fullback Mike Alstott, a 236-pound power runner. "(Purdue) played more physical than us and that surprised me," said Scott Plate, a senior cornerback. "I thought our defense was going to come out pysically. We knew Purdue had guys that could run the ball and a pretty good line. We didn't shut it down as well as we could have. "It's just going back to the drawing board and getting more physical. We're going to have to contain (Johnson)." Defending the run has been a problem for Iowa all season. The Hawkeyes rank 10th in the Big Ten in rushing defense, allowing an average of 193 yards per game. On the other hand, Iowa has allowed just 156 passing yards per contest. The Hawkeyes rank fourth in the conference and 23rd nationally in passing defense. "We have to take a little, give a little," said senior linebacker Mike Dailey, a native of Fairfield. "We've been playing great pass coverage, and we used five defensive backs quite a bit against Purdue. That's why we gave up some rushing yards." Still, the Hawkeyes know a better effort will be necessary to stop Johnson and his teammates. "We haven't put a complete defensive game together," Hilliard said. "It's all mental. We've just got to keep working on eliminating our mistakes." Win $100! Major Hoople football contest ENTRY BLANK (5 HERO Drin to tho rescue at Ccmp Randall Continued from page Dl from my friends. I got whipped against the fence, I remember. It just got to the point where all of a sudden it was hard to breathe. I couldn't breathe anymore. I was just saying, 'Help me! Help me! Help me!' "And then there was a football player. All I remember is I saw (No.) 3. 1 said, 'Please help me!' " It was Brin, the scout team wide receiver from Highland Park, 111., a suburb of Chicago. Still wearing his helmet, Brin grabbed Jansen by the pants and helped her over the fence. "You're free," he told her. Jansen is fine now. Her arm is bruised, her body sore. But for those few terrifying minutes, she was at the mercy of the crowd. "I had to concentrate (to breathe), it was getting that bad," she said. "You could hear men and women crying and screaming, 'I can't breathe!' Probably another two minutes and I would have passed out for sure." Jansen wasn't the only student Brin helped. Wading into the crowd with teammates Joe Panos, Tyler Adam, John Hall and Brent Moss, Brin later revived an unconscious student, who by then was blue in the face and whose eyes had swelled, with mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. He also helped stabilize another student who had been nearly crushed in the incident. Now he is being hailed as a hero. Without him, Jansen said, she would be dead today. "He saved my life," she said. It was blind luck. Normally Brin would have been one of the first players to reach the locker room. But this time, as he searched for friends in the bleachers, he lingered on the field. That's when he saw the crowd surge forward and saw Jansen gasping for air and pleading for help. "I don't see myself as a hero," Brin said. "I'm just an everyday kid. I'm not a hero. I'm just Mike Brin." i i im tm wm Moorhead St.-UNI N. Illinois-Iowa Kansas St.-lowa St. Indiana-Penn St. Ohio St..-Wisconsin Oklahoma-Missouri lllinois-St.-S. Illinois SW Missouri-W. Illinois Aurora-Wartburg Upper lowa-Loras TIE-BREAKERS I j Total points both teams I Moorhead St.-UNI Total net yards same . game Cut on the dotted line, paste on postal card. X the winners, if you pick a tie X both teams. Sign name and address, mail to Major Hoople in care of the Courier, Box 540, Waterloo, Iowa 50704. NOTE: YOUR PERSONAL SIGNATURE IS REQUIRED

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