Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 7, 1970 · Page 13
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Atlantic Trims KHS; Jefferson Racks Tigers Kuemper Stymied By Trojans, 14-6 The Atlantic Trojans stamped themselves as a prime candidate to crack the top 10 In the state of Iowa as they hammered out a 14-6 conquest of the Kuemper Knights in the season's finale for both teams. The winners finished with a sparkling 9-0 mark while the defeat lowered the Lancer mark to 5-4. The Hawkeye Champions must be given an "A" in the defense department. They ignored the fact that the Chargers had an edge in the statistical department. Twice the Trojans held on the one. On the first occasion, they forced a fumble at the goal line in the second quarter. The second time the defense rose up to smother the Red and Gold as they had a fourth and one yard to go in the early minutes of the fourth stanza. The feared Atlantic passing game was instrumental in the first visitor TD. Cool as a cucumber, Jim Watson supplied the arm as the Trojans got on the board the first time they got their hands on the ball. They put the ball in play on their own 28 after the opening kickoff. Watson hit his halfback Dan Bretthauer for 16 yards and a 15 yard pass interference penalty on the Knights moved the ball one yard into KHS territory. Jim Hoffman and Don Waugh p u n c h e d for 11 yards before Watson again wound up and found Bretthauer. The play carried to the Kuemper 24. Atlantic stayed on the ground the rest of the way with Hoffman doing the honors on a 4th and two situation to hit paydirt over his right side. Jim Van Ginkle split the uprights to give the invaders a 7-0 bulge with 5:08 remaining in the first period. The Lancers could do little with.the Atlantic line on their first series of downs although they did pick up one first down with half of the yardage due to an AHS penalty. The Trojans opened up action on their 41. Watson zipped for 13 yards as he ran after seeing his receivers covered. Watson went back to the air as he hit Al Wernimont for a first and 10 on the KHS 24. The Knights' secondary plugged the holes in their pass defense and Watson went 0-4 to relinquish the ball on the 24. Kevin Cawley breathed some life in the KHS attack in the second canto. Bob Wernimont and Marty Kanne picked up a first and ten before Cawley pitched to Dan Quinn to get the Knights into Atlantic territory for the first ime on he 49. Dale Tigges, Kanne and Wernimont supplied the ground punch as Kuemper rumbled to the 20. A crucial 4th and sixth faced the Knights. Cawley went to the pass route, but Dale Retallic cut down the threat as he bounced Cawley for a 10 yard loss. The only fumble of the Timet Herald, Carroll, la. Saturday, Nov. 7, 1970 game for Atlantic came on the next play and Kuemper found themselves in eycellent position on the Trojan 34. Lon Dentlinger and Qulnn were on the receiving end of back to back passes and the Knights were sniffing touchdown land at the 11. Wernimont slid up the center for four and Cawley went right for five and Kuemper was on the two with a pair to go for six points. The Knights cracked center on the next play and fumbled on the goal line with 70 seconds left on the clock in the first half. Kuemper came out after intermission with fire in their eye. Quinn brought the oval back to the 40. Cawley mixed up his attack using Kanne on the ground and passes to Jim Nurse, Dentlinger and Quinn for a first and 10 on the Trojan eight. Kanne rammed for five, Cawley got one and Kanne negotiated the rest of the way to pull the Knights to a 7-6 predicament. Kuemper elected to go for the two pointer, but Atlantic had the answer and it was repulsed. The visitors could muster little offense during the mid-part of the game. The 31 yard pass play on the first play in the second period plus a zero yardage on the ground was all the Trojans could muster during the middle 24 minutes. Leon Naberhaus, Randy Otto and Tigges were the leaders as the Knights stopped the visitors cold. Dame Fortune, who had nothing but frowns for the Knights, during most of the game, was never more present than at the tag end of the third quarter and the fourth. Kuemper fielded a ount on the Atlantic 42, picked up a first down and then Cawley nailed Quinn on a screen pass that carried to the eight. A clipping penalty nullified the effort and Kuemper had to start over again on the AHS 40. Cawley brought the Knights back as he mixed up the offense and Kuemper had a first down on the Atlantic nine. Three line smashes picked up eight yards. Again the Trojans picked themselves up from the shadows of their own goal to r e p e 11 the Knights. The fired up Southwest lowans, who had shown little offense for over two quarters, suddenly carried the game to the Chargers. The result was a 99 yard march to the Promised Land. They moved for six consecutive first downs using Hoffman and Waugh on the flanks and a 22 yard Watson to Bretthauer pass and Atlantic had recovered the momentum to place the ball on the Knight 24. Hoffman then turned in the longest running jaunt of the night as he squirmed up the center for the remaining distance and with Van Ginkle doing the PAT honors the Trojans upped the tally to 14-6 with 9:55 left. Kuemper came down field to snuff out the threat. The clock was not on the side of the Knights as they tried desperately to cross the double line. Passes carried the Knights to the Atlantic 13 with 20 seconds left. Three aerials were launched with the middle one seemingly headed for friendly hands but Betz made a dive to deflete the ball and give Coach Bob Younger's crew a deserved 14-6 victory. Cawley got more yards in the air than his counterpart Watson. Kanne's thrusts were the main KHS ground gainers. Tigges, as has been the case all year, led the Charger defense. It was a disappointing ending to a 5-4 season c o m p i 1 e d by Coach Dan Balk's eleven. Kuemper's offensive attack got the nod in all categories but the Trojan defense proved supreme when the chips were down. CHS Routed 33-6 In Final Stanza T T T T T T V V • T Statistics: First Downs 13 By Rushing 8 By Passing 4 By Penalty 1 Yards Rushing 134 153 Lost Rushing 19 12 Net Rushing 115 141 Passes Att 10 16 Completed 4 10 Yards Passing 98 115 Intercepted By 1 0 Net Yards 213 256 Punts 2 1 Punts Average 30 Yds. Kicks Ret 14 Penalties 5 Yds. Penalized 30 Fumbles Fumbles Lost Scoring by Quarters: Atlantic 7 0 Kuemper 0 0 The roof fell in on the Carroll Tigers in the fourth quarter at Jefferson Friday night and the Tigers landed in the cellar of the Midwest Conference with a resounding thud. Final score — Jefferson 33, Carroll 6 after the two teams were deadlocked 6-6 after three quarters of play. The Rams scored 27 points in the fourth quarter, all coming after mistakes by the Tigers. The four Jefferson touchdowns came with 10:19, 6:08, 5:14 and 1:20 left in the final stanza. The Tigers actually out- gained Jefferson, 201 to 166, and had a wide margin in first downs, 11 to 4, but fumbles and pass interceptions ruined any hope for a win in the final conference game. Carroll had the first scoring threat of the game, marching 63 yards from their own 33 to the Jefferson four yard line in sixteen plays before giving up the football on downs late in the first quarter. Jefferson got on the scoreboard first after recovering a fumble on the Carroll 22 yard line. On the first play after the fumble, Warren Jantz dashed around left end on a reverse and raced untouched into the end zone with 10:43 left in the half. Carroll tied the score before going to the locker room at halftime after falling on a Jefferson fumble at the Jeff 35. Following a five yard completed pass from Kim Thorup to Lynn Olerich, the Tigers stayed on the ground for the next 10 plays with Bob Lehrkamp slamming across from the two with 4:02 left in the half. The second Jeff touchdown came after an intercepted passs Kuemper — Kanne, 2 yard; by Jeff Wand at the Carroll 30. ' Wand raced into the end zone, but a clipping penalty gave the Rams a first down on the Carroll 26. Dave Andrusyk carried twice for a first down on the 15, and fullback Dan Murphy picked up 14 on the next play before ramming across. Matt Byrnes kicked the extra point and Jeff owned a 13-6 lead with 10:19 left in the game. the extra point for a 204 lead. On the following kickoff, the Tigers' Hill watched the ball bounce in front of him and Jefferson recovered on the Carroll 23. Andrusyk lost three on the first play, but Byrnes picked up 14 and a first down. The Tigers were then Slapped with a personal foul penalty and with a first and goal from the three, Byrnes smashed into the end zone. His kick was wide, but Jefferson owned a 26-6 lead with 5:14 left. The Tigers were unable to move the ball and faced a kicking situation at their own 32. The punt was blocked by Jefferson tackle Francis Luft and the rams took over on the 32. After Murphy picked up seven yards, the Rams put on a little razzle-dazzle for their final touchdown. Quarterback Tom Lynch threw a completed pass to Wand who lateraled to Jantz and Jantz went the remaining distance to pay dirt on the 25 yard scoring play. Byrnes kicked the extra point to end Jefferson's season on a high note and give them their first conference win of the 1970 season. Carroll, now with an overall record of one win and eight losses and no wins and seven Scoring: Atlantic — Hoffman, 2 yard plunge; Hoffman, 24 yard run; PAT: Van Ginkle PAT (2). Statistics: C J Area Scores Friday Results- Atlantic 14, Kuemper 8 Jefferson 33, Carroll 6 Harlan 41, Sac City 14 Lake City 7, Denison 0 Perry 16, Audubon 0 Manning 60, Ar-We-Va 6 Coon Rapids 48, East Greene 14 Exira 24, Griswold 22 Greenfield 32, Guthrie Center 0 Wall Lake 16, Lake View-Auburn 0 Wednesday Game—' Glidden-Ralston at Carroll Title Thoughts Could Be in for Rude Shock By The Associated Press The pleasant little thoughts about a divisional championship that must be growing in the losses in conference play, closes its season at home next Wednesday night against the Glidden-Ralston Wildcats in a non-conference encounter. Browns were stunned by San Diego 27-10. In Sunday 's other games, New Orleans, with new Coach J. D. Roberts, hosts Detroit, San minds of the New York Giants, F ranc j sco \ s a t Chicago, Atlanta could be in for rude shocks Sun-, at Los Angeles, Cinncinati at plunge. Line-ups: ATLANTIC - ENDS: Wernimont. Hill, Van Ginkle, Schuler. TACKLES: P e 11 e 11, Rogers, Miller. GUARDS: Riggs, Retallic, Brad Barlow, Brian Barlow. CENTER: Davis, Stangl, Garrett. BACKS: Watson, Hoffman, Waugh, Bretthauer, Chitsulo, Hinson, Grayson, Wilken. KUEMPER - ENDS: Dentlinger, Quinn, Dan Nurse, Jim Nurse. TACKLES: Grossman, Hoffman, Naberhaus. GUARDS: Otto, Von Bon, Nees. CENTER: Halbur, Golwitzer. BACKS: Cawley, Wernimont, Tigges, Kanne, Bellinghausen, Frank. Four minutes later, linebacker Jerry Flatt picked off a pass from Mike Tryon intended for Wayne Hill on the Carroll 35 and raced into the end zone. Byrnes again kicked First Downs 11 By Rushing 7 By Passing 2 By Penalty 2 Yards Rushing 147 148 Lost Rushing 37 15 Net Rushing 110 133 Passes Att 15 7 Completed 9 4 Yards Passing 91 33 Intercepted By 1 3 Net Yards 201 166 Punts 4 S Punts Average 20 36 Yds. Kicks Ret 100 44 Penalties 8 4 Yds. Penalized 80 40 Fumbles 3 1 Fumbles Lost 3 1 Scoring by Quarters: Jefferson 0 6 0 27—33 Carroll 0 6 0 0—6 Scoring: JEFFERSON — Warren Jantz, 22 yard run, kick failed; Dan Murphy, 1 yard run, PAT Matt Byrnes, Kick; Jerry Flatt, 35 yard run with intercepted pass, PAT Byrnes, Kick; Byrnes, 3 yard run, kick failed; Jantz, 25 yards, PAT Byrnes, Kick. CARROLL — Bob Lehrkamp, 2 yard run, pass failed. Loop Standings MIDWEST (Final) Lake City 6 1 Harlan 6 1 Perry 5 2 Sac City 4 2 Audubon 3 4 Denison 2 5 quickly "but Randy Betz cap- 1 Jefferson •• 1 5 W L T 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 tured a Cawley aerial on the 27 I Carroll 0 7 0 Lake City, Harlan Share Crown; Perry Runner-up The Lake City Eagles capitalized on a break for a 7-0 victory over Denison and a share of the Midwest Conference football championship Friday. Harlan's powerful Cyclones rebounded from last week's upset at the hands of the Eagles and walloped Sac City, 41-14, to share first in the loop. Surprising Perry came on strong with four consecutive Midwest wins in the latter half of the season and grabbed the runner-up spot with a 16-0 win over Audubon. Jefferson notched victory number one in the conference at the expense of the Carroll Tigers and relegated Carroll to the cellar. The game at Denison turned with five and one-half minutes to play. A bad Denison center snap on a punting situation near midfield gave the Eagles the opening. The ball sailed over the punter's head and Lake City recovered on the Denison 11 yard line. Craig Heath got the touch­ down on a one-yard plunge and Gregory's conversion kick gave the Eagles the 7-0 lead. The scoring thrust marked the only time in the game the Eagles managed to get inside the Monarch 15 yard line. Denison's deepest penetration was stopped on the Eagle 12 in the fourth frame. Harlan's scoring machine racked up two touchdowns in the first frame, singletons in the second and third and two more in the fourth in the 41-14 romp past Sac City. Todd Nelson scored four times for the Cyclones including a 95 yard kickoff return. The scoring sequence found Nelson tallying from two and three yards in the first quarter. Roger Jacobsen and Jeff Branstetter connected on a 56 yard pass play in the second frame and Harlan had a 20-0 lead at intermission. The Indians retaliated on a Stan Blaue to Craig Eades pass for 43 yards and used the same combination for two extra points. East Topples West in Waterloo Feature Nelson countered with the long return and Jacobsen's extra point run made it 28-8. A Jacobsen to Branstetter pass play good for 88 yards made it 34-8. Nelson got the final Harlan TD on a six yard run and Leuschen converted. Sac City scored in the fourth frame on a three yard run by Ray King. Harlan had a 179 to, 85 rushing edge and a 264 to 93 passing advantage. In the air game the Cyclones were eight for 11 while the Tribe had 10 of 34. Perry's Roger Stech ran 20 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter and Whiton passed to Stech for the two extra points that have the Blue Jays an 80 lead. In the second quarter Stech tallied from two yards out to cap a Perry drive and Whiton hit Murphy on the points-after pass for the 16-0 lead. Audubon's deepest penetration came in the fourth frame when the Wheelers managed to get inside the Perry 10 where they were stopped short. WATERLOO (AP) - Top- ranked Waterloo East marched for touchdowns the first two times it had the ball in each half Friday night and went on to topple No. 4 Waterloo West 20-9 in their featured showdown for the Big Eight Conference prep football title. Both teams went into the game with perfect 8-0 records and an overflow crowd of 9,000 witnessed the game. The contest — East's 47th straight without a defeat — was also televised locally. The Trojans went 73 yards in five plays 'the first time they had the ball and took a 7-0 lead. Tracy Greer ran the final 39 yards for the TD. West came back with a sustained drive but had to settle for a 28-yard field goal by Forry Smith. East picked up another score with 44 seconds left in the half on a 37-yard John Dunn to Ray Sheppard pass play. A fumble recovery keyed the drive. A East fumble recovery on the West 19 on the second play of the second half set up the Trojans' final TD. Greer's 14- yard run on fourth and five set up the score and Dun went the final yard. West went 45 yards in three plays in the final quarter to slice the lead to 20-9. A Steve Kafoler to Smith pass of 10 yards accounted for the touchdown. East held a 246 to 206 total yards gained edge. The 11-point margin was the second closest in East's 47-game unbeaten string, which started with a tie five years ago. How the AP's top ten fared: 1. Waterloo East (9 -0) beat Waterloo West, 20 -9. 2. Des Moines Dowling (80) plays Sioux City Heelan Saturday. 3. Sioux City Heelan (6M» plays Des Moines Dowling Saturday. 4. Waterloo West (8-1) lost to Waterloo East, 20-9. 5. Iowa City (8-1) beat Ottumwa, 9-7. 6. Indianola (9 -0) beat Valley, West Des Moines, 20-6. 7. Cedar Rapids Washington (7-1-1) beat Cedar Rapids Regis, 42-30. 8. Sioux City Central (7-2) lost to Des Moines East, 13-12. 9. Des Moines Lincoln (7-2) beat Fort Dodge, 12-6. 10. Cedar Rapids Jefferson (6 -2-1) beat Davenport Central, 35 -6. Moving? Call Vanderheiden — northAmerican PACKING and MOVINS Your furniture remains Intact, not scrambled. STORAGE Your furniture stays In the sama fresh conditfen. FREE ESTIMATES You won't crack up, because ours art raasonabla. Phone 792-9268 Ray Favors Resuming Grid Rivalry DES MOINES (AP) - Gov. Robert Ray again reiterated his desire to -see a football rivalry between the University of Iowa and Iowa State. "I would like to see the two teams play," Ray said. "The game would stimulate a lot of interest. Fans in the state could still support both teams even if split sides for one game." The two schools are scheduled to play in 1977 and 1978, however, the Iowa Board in Control of Athletics said Tuesday it would not honor a verbal contract for four other games through 1982. Ray said the Board in Control should "should honor" the commitment. Forest Evashevski, former day. The Giants, who've won four straight National Football League games after dropping their first three, are tied with the Redskins in the National Conference's Eastern Division, one game back of Dallas and St. Louis, the co- leaders. But New York must go up against Dallas Sunday and Washington has the less than envious task of facing Minnesota, leader of the NFC's Central Division. St. Louis, meanwhile, goes against hapless Boston with new Coach John Mazur running the Patridts' show for the first time. It could be a long afternoon for the Pats with the Cardinals coming off a 44-0 rout of Houston last Sunday. The NFC's Eastern Division and American Conference's Western Division each have four teams in the thick of the championship fight. Things are so scrambled in the AFC race that San Diego, in last place going into Sunday's action, could be first by tihe tune the games are over. The Chargers, fortified by the return of runing backs Dick Post and Brad Hubbert, have won two straight. If they make it three in a row against Denver Sunday and if longshot Houston can beat Kansas City and Cleveland knocks off Oakland, the Chargers could move from bottom to top. Houston, of course, will have Buffalo, the New York Jets at Pittsburgh and Miami at Philadelphia. In Monday's television game, Baltimore plays Green Bay at Milwaukee. 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