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September 10, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 37

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msi WVU Gets Kick (Six of Them) Out of Nester Golden Toe Ties Record By A. L. Hardman M O R G A N T O W N -Among the 33,500 fans in Mountaineer Field on sunny Saturday afternoon was a 5-9, 21-year old Ravenswood lad named Frank Nester. West Virginia U. coach Bobby Bowden was mighty glad he came. ^ Without him, those 33,500 fans would have gone First Downs ... Rushes--yards , Passing yards .. Return yards . . . Passes Punts Fumbles--lost .. Penalties--yards Viliinovi 8 . 41-U 28 77 4-19-! , . 7-44 3-1 . . 13-117 wvu 19 41-122 195 93 13-36-5 4-25 3-1 7-44 home very sad indeed. For he personally "kicked" the Mountaineers into a 25-6 victory over Villanova in their inauspicious 1972 football opener and thereby not only cracked every record for'kicking in the'WV. U book but also equalled a modern national record for field goals kicked in one game. In all. he had six successful boots, ranging from 29 to 35 yards, to tie an NCAA record set by Charles Gogalak of Princeton in a game against Rutgers in 1965. His seven kicks in the game was a new ' modern record for the NCAA books for field goals attempted. His total of 19 points--one of them a point after West Virgin! a's only touchdown--fell one point short of Gogalak's 20 points in that game against Rut gers. Ken Juskowich had held the WVU record for field goals with five against Pitt in a game here in 1967, which the Mountaineers won by exactly 15-0. Juskowich's record of 16 points by kicking in a game--against Vil- 1 a n o v a in 1967--was also smashed. THE BRUTAL FACT is that the former All-Little Kanawha Valley back, who came to West Virginia as a non-scholarship "walk-on," got his chances tc kick simply because the Moun- UP, UP AND AWAY GOES THE SIXTH FIELD GOAL (CIRCLE) BY WVU'S FRANK NESTER The Ball (Right Photo) Sails Above Crossbars to Tie Modern NCAA Record --Slaff Photo by Lawrence Pierce lanova showed the Mountaineers more defense than they've seen in a long time. Bowden admitted tn the ineptness of his team on offense but he also figured that Villanova's dogged defense might have, had something to do with taineer offense was pathetically poor. Blocking was conspicious. 'L, to °' ,,, The Mountaineers - MAIL Charleston, W. J'n., Sept. 10, J972 PORTS by its absence. An Coach Bobby Bowden said he was especially unhappy about the punting of the Moun- Laineers after the aggressive Wildcats blocked three WVU punts and partially blocked another. Time and a^ain the WVU offense bogged down as Vil- 2nd Chance Basket For Soviet Victory Protested by U.S. actually had to play catch-up with the three-touchdown underdog Wildcats, who converted their first blocked punt into a first quarter score and a 6-0 lead. Steve Seroka, trying to get offi a boot from the WVU 34. h a d j big tackle John Zimba crash i through to bat the ball out oil bounds at the 18 THE MOUNTAINEER defense, which held the Wildcats to 114 yards, all told, struggled desperately lo keep their goal line uncrossed but two offside penalties and a pass interference call that gave the Philadelphians the ball at the one, broke heir back. Quarterback Mike * ID lunday finally got the ball into .he end zone on a keeper play. When Duane Holland's try for point hit the goalpost up- supremacy, 51-50. United States filed an diate protest. The International Amateur j clock ticked off what Basketball Federation went into!like the final second. possible for Nester to match the then witb ,,... attempts. He booted the first one from iirnne-llinois State "and" a'missed' 'te-ljW* °" th U - 30 « one int Iperation shot by Russia as the!?JL£* L nq " *" an £ "T 6 ot I..1....I. n.i.-j. -tt ....... i , . janotner one through the up- chance" basket Saturday nightj The United States appeared and Russia ended 36 years of to have won the game and the' American Olympic basketball gold 5(M9 on two clutch free but the (throws by Doug Collins of II- HAUNTED Venson Scores 16 Points To Spark Jackets, 22-13 By S. J. Easterling ,Tech a 7-6 lead with 12:38 re- MONTGOMERY - Halfback Fred Venson came back to haunt West Virginia tech for the second time in as many years Saturday night as he personally put 16 points on the Scoreboard in the final quarter to lead West Virginia State to a 22-13 victory. Venson, who scored three touchdowns here last year, carried for touchdowns of four and six yards and added two two- point conversions to give State its come-from-behind win. looked secret session and delayed But Officials cleared the and started the game a third awarding the gold medal to 'court Russia. lover. Coach Hank Iba protested Iba said the Russian lca ,,, that the Russians actually had passed the ball in after Collins' three chances and that, even i f j f r e e throws, then called time the clock were restarted, it; out with one second to go. He should have been set at twojsaid that actually made the ad- seconds to go instead of three, .ditional-time basket a The Russians said they hadjchance earned the victory and thej Colling , free throws Americans didn t have a leg to. madB wilh three seconds re _ stand on - Imaining on the clock. For the In the midst of all this con-ifirst time in the game the fusion, one team could rest as-iUnited States was ahead-- and by what looked like the winning margin. TARTEDi Zurab S akandelid heaved the ball the length of the court. The 6-foot-7 Belov rights from 32 yards out with 8:15 gone in the second quarter. (Please Turn to Page 4D 1 ) I -^___ I West virsinia 3 10 3 team vnianov* 4 0 0 0 -- 4 VI!l-Sunday, 3, rush (kick failed) WVo--Nester, 29, PG WVa--Ne'ter. 3?. PG WVa--Marbury, 20, rush (Nester kick) WVa-Nester, 35. PG WVa-- Nestcr. 30, PG WV,i--Nester, 29, P5 WVa-Ncstor. 23, PG A-33,500 (est.) i The statistics First Downs . . Yards Rushing sing . , . Hat) Intercepted Penalties State 13 . . 2-13 0 0-1 .. . 0 3-3 -36.0 7-75 T»ch 12 1 5-8 36-34. maining in the period. State, caught by surprise, fumbled on its first play afteri the score and Tech's Den Hicks Ha"" recovered at the 32. Five plays, Fumbi later, Tharp connected with |Punls Gary Tominack for a six-pointer that gave Tech a 13-6 lead. The Golden Bears held ..._ upper hand through the remainder of a third quarter. Then! State's defense was especially sharp in the first half, holding Tech to only 52 yards ., | two more the !22-13. points to make i Venson started to work. come-trom-benind win. VENSON who carried the 1 y Prior to Venson taking over, 'ball only four times prior U) the! rushing ' Tnar P cntered tnc it looked like a marriage be- fourth quarter, took off on a Saroe at the outset of (he tween two rival Greenbrier 112-yard run and then went four second half and put new life County schools as freshman imore for a touchdown. It came! into the Golden Bears quarterback Lester Tharp of wilh 13:50 remaining in the, Twh nlavwi wiihTM* H,* «, G r e e n b e r - - Iech P' 3 ^ w »i°ut t h e serv- Greenbrier East and freshman halfback Marvin 'Moore of Greenbrier West teamed to lead Tech to a 13-fi lead going into the final quarter. fourth quarter and his run :he two-ooint conversion put thej lces of veteran tailba ck Wayne Yellow Jackets ahead 14-13. ; Price who set out the game with Venson came back later,:a bruised rib. nrn, T iT, '··.T- -- - ,, carrying the ball six times and state took the lead late in the - ' V « Mhn l M ' Mo °- re moving State in for its final fir st quarter when Larrv Lewi! tonK off on a 60-yard run on ne score. It came on a six-yard runjrambled in from three yards out fourth play of the third quarter:with 5:28 remaining in theito a cap a seven-play 2TMvard and freshman Jerry Wilhams'garne. He took a pass fromldrivc The touchdo^vn was ma k.cked*the extra paint to give,quarterback Larry Watkins for possible «Sn safety ., Lewis recovered a Tech fumble. , sured that it had the medal it believed it had won. Cuba captured the bronze Friday night T|1 r Iav6r J P*f~\ / I · j. came down, leaped again and sank the basket. Tearful, screaming American players, along with Iba, loudly appealed the decision to give the Russians another attempt but it fell on deaf ears. Iba said that after Collins' free throws there should have been only two seconds on the AKRON, Ohis (AP) -- Oppor-lclock when the Russians' got tunist Gary Player, firing a j their reprieve. steady one over-par 71, surged! "If that ball is taken out of I lIV ** into a two-shot lead Saturday in the World Series of Golf, while favored Jack Nicklaus struggled to his poorest round ever in this event. The little bcuth African, bidding for his third title in the series matching the four majo-: tournament winners, shot nines of 3t! and 33 for his comfortable margin haading into the final 18 holes Sunday. Meanwhile, winds gusting to 25 miles pe r nour over the 7,180-yard Firestone South course bounds with two seconds left i j know there is no way they cani get that ball down and score legally," Iba said. He said the ball had to travel the length of the court, Belov had to come down after jumping to catch it and then the Russian had to jump up again to shoot. He contended all that could not be done in two seconds. Asked why he let his players return to the floor when the Russians were given their extra me there the ball helped push Nicklaus to a 37-38- ! chance, Iba said: 75 and left him unexpectedly in! "The official told last place. was time left in me um Canadian Open winner Gay game," Iba said. ''If an official Brewer, who qualified for this tells me that, I'v egot to be- series because Nicklaus wonllieve him." both the Masters and U.S.I But he added, "I've never Open, survived a run of early i seen anything like this in my; bogeys and was alone in second life." j place. Brewer had 38-35-73. Said Russian Coach Vladimir Lee Trevino, the British Open^Kondrashin: "We deserved the Champion, had four bogeys and j victory no matter what the cir- settled for third place at 37-37- icumstances. The Americans 74. ihave no leg to stand on with Double Bocev j their protest. Player never trailed after Nicklaus hit. a pair of traps and took a double bogey five on the,~ seventh hole. iRjon« The Golden Bear hit. his own'R^ 5 iron tee shot into a bunker oniJ,"[£TM n the 225-yard hole. He blasted Ir.ciijns into another trap behind the|?'^« green, wedged to within six feet.-'°v« of the pin and missed the putt. ' M TM»ii n Player, meanwhile, drove tO within 25 feet of the cup and two putted for a par. United States S3 Russi* 51 G F T 3 3-4 9A Belov 1 \-l 1 Sar.icdze 0 0-0 0 Korkia 2 2-4 A S'lS'-mdov 3 d-d 6 SBelov 1 0-2 2 Edeshko 0 0-0 0 °auikas 1 «4 SVDlnov 0 0-0 0 Pclivoda 1 0-0 ? Dvorni 3 0 - 0 6 Kovalnko 1 0-0 ? bSotoshev 1» 17-11 SO ToMIs Sutes 6 f T l ) 5-2 4 1 2-4 ii t 4-4 2 f i o r.-o n 1 0 3-4 3l 0 0 - 0 f 0 0-0 01 ri* cut 0 0 - 0 0 0 0-0 , 1 (Wl 4. 1717-2151! 21 29-501 U 25--51 i States, Bantorr, I" 1 ' « 0 0 14-M Tech . o o n o--i3 S--Lewis 3 run (kick failed) T--Voorp 60 run (Williams kick) T--Tominack 10 pass from Tharp (kick lailed) 5--Venson 4 run (Vinson run) S--Vfnson 6 run (Vinson oflss from Watkins) Western Michigan Upsets Long Beach KALAMAZOO, Mich. (API- Running backs Larry Cates and Dave Myers scored two touchdowns each here Saturday to iead Western Michigan to a 28(20 upset over defending Pacific ( C o a s t . Athletic Association jchampion Long Beach State. Brown Leads CHS Victory By Bob Fretwcll Steve Brown put on a two-way show Saturday night at Laidley Field. Brown, better known as the Charleston High School quarterback, rambled 61 yards with an interception to break Greenbriei East's spirit and send the Mountain Lions on the way to a 33-8 Iriump. Earlier in the game, Brown combined with Curt Galloway for a 75-yard touchdown when .he CHS running game was fal- .ering. Galloway scored three touchdowns, two corning around Brown's interception runback, as CHS exploded for 24 points in he final quarter to wrap up its second victory. Greenbrier East, making its 'irst start of the season, dis- )layed the better ground game. The Spartans did not complete a pass in nine attempts, however, and two were intercepted. "Brown's runhack probably ignited the whole thing," Charleston coach Frank Vincent said. "I'll say one thing --our play in the fourth quarter proves that conditioning pays." Brown's role in the CHS de- Th = irst downs Yards rushing Passes Fumbles-lost . . Punts Penalties-yards · Statistic* GE 1» 730 3 0-9-2 3-} 4-39 3 7-48 CHS t 135 U7 4-13-0 4-3 S-70 for a two-point conversion, narrowing the margin to 9-8. CHS RESPONDED lo the challenge, driving 72 yards for a touchdown. Brown launched the drive with a 22-yard pass to Jerome Sales. Hard running by fullback Paul Daugherty set up C a 1 1 o w a y 's eight-yard TD scamper to the outside. After Brown's runback, Calloway followed up with a 55-yard TO bolt. Charleston, its ground game muted by the stubborn Greenbrier East defense, struck with lightning quickness for a 7-0 ! eae in the first quarter. Brown uncorked a pass over I he Spar- ans' secondary and into the arms of the fleet Galloway, who romped inio the end zone to complete a 75-yard scoring play. Late in the first half, a punt by P. D. Phillips backed Greenbrier East inside its five. The Spartans couldn't run the ball Greenbrier East, trailing 9-0 at halftime. moved back into he game by recovering one of our CHS fumbles nine yards away from the end zone in the' bird period. Quarterback D i c k j lawks ran across the TD anrli hen passed to Tony Franklin t ?az sports Sunday Greenbrier East o g | o--|' Charleston . 7 3 0 24--33 CHS--Calloway 75 oass from Brown (Daughprtv kick) CHS-Safety GE-Hawks 2 run (Franklin D«S from Hawks) CHS-C»llowav S run (Calloway run) CHS-Brown rfl .ntprccotion return (Callowav oass from Brown) CHS--Callowav 55 run (Harris p»s« from Brown) Neither Rain Nor Wind Nor Kerry Can Stop Billie Jean ! « ,. ByPa . rto _ n Kecs ; . TM s the f i f t h «n,e Billie Jean love and walk off with the prize KC A PH. York Tnnps Sen-ice had played in the final at Forest a car was an extra added I NEW YORK-Neither rain nor i Hills, and it was her third bonus P r i z e ) - :S£^effi^ · · [aggressive Mrs. Billie Jean ; R a r c t Court ln ' 65 and to Virgin-! RICHE\ SURPRISED a lot of ! King from remaining the queen ;ia Wade in '68. jpcope. (There were a lot of of women's tennis Saturday a t ; The first set went wnrkman-Sl* ^f'lT' " le 'VT SpeC ' Hills. ;!ik e to Billie Jean as it seems to£ v ° r ^ ?*, » n ^ r « *" e of npr irn pnr -,S ^r^hcw S^' hl ' ok c Kerry : h v a dclennined Ashe in ""-' «r.«.t set. Although he and that was all there was to it! Thp pador-n ccntinuod in the he grew stronRor as the -- w i n n i n g one. four and then six . games--Arthur was always able socoml sot. although tho -weather didn't. A short down- tn cct the winning point ahead pniir had interrupted the fifth of Cliff _ UBltw S ,,, M n Russi , ,, WVITS RERNIE GAIJFFA SUFFERS LEG cL, Quarterback H^id to Sit Out Part of Opener Mrs. King won Hie United States Open title, 8-3. 7-5, her second victory in a row here. i In men's singles, Arthur j Ashr and Hip Nastaso won the right to play for the title to- i Hay and thr S25,OI)0 that gws · with it. Ashp topped Cliff Ri- · chey, f-(, M. 7-T. in the first semifinal, while Nastasn came from brhind to brat Tom Gorman of Seattle, 4-fi- 7-fi, 6-2, 6-1. None of the three matches had the theatrics or fireworks of earlier-round contcsLs, although f V 1 - ^ - - ~ "-^v..« u t i K u v , tn m i \ 4 I t t l l O C U HJ lllcHVt? 3 Gorman began as if he hadithe sixth, it was the f st t i m r j m i s t a k c . Thus, 4-4. But Arthur every intention of upsetting thejthe champion had bst her sorv-!in his Ions roach caught up to very touch Rumanian champi-jice since the quarterfinal. jRichc-y's forehand to volley it nn. However. Ihp deceptive Nas-i Miss Melville pvon won! away'fn- t.hc victory" laso ground Gorman's all-iahead s-4 as the winds ronfrih-i \astaso. on th« other hand around game doun until Tom.utwi to Billie Jean's discomfort pla.%^ his match as if he were "FOR HFR ur.iaht«., ,io ( r, ; T rP ^ m ^ v ^ But Nvith thr ' climh: "R « mountain. The strug- KlR HER straight-set victo-.ch-.ps down. Kerry's errors- gle wont mostly against him u y fore? t h a n ho tried to scramble up the : ng--allowod procipic? presented by Gorat man's fine all-around I Mrs. King broke Kerry again :r,g serves. Arthur took a 4-2 in the third game to start the lead-- three match paints-- but in inevitable, but when Miss Mel- two rather lengthy rallies, Cliff ...^..v u ,,.^, ,,,i ik . ,v i l w i .,n*;. .\iei- i\\u i ctuiLT rjnguiy rallies vJlut ville finally broke Billie Jean inldu.s in and refused to make a

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