Red Deer Advocate from Red Deer, Alberta, Canada on October 2, 1981 · 17
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Red Deer Advocate from Red Deer, Alberta, Canada · 17

Red Deer, Alberta, Canada
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Friday, October 2, 1981
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THE ADVOCATE, Friday, October 2, 1 981 5B f Local I Defensive switch helps Rams hold Wildcats to a draw briefs V-ball clinic A volleyball referees clinic part of a masters officials program running in Alberta will be held Oct. 9 and 10 in Lacombe. The clinic opens Oct. 9 at 7 p.m. with a rules seminar which is open to officials, players, and coaches. The following day, beginning at 9 a m., a clinic in practical officiating, open to all officials and potential volleyball officials, will be held. Ski swap The Canyon Ski Patrol will hold its annual ski swap Nov. 7-8 at West-park Junior High School. "This is basically our only money raising project," said spokeswomen Susan Scheit. Futher information can be obtained by contacting Scheit at 346-6873. Soccer clinic A weekly clinic featuring skill development and conditioning for junior soccer players has started at the Dawe Centre. Players 8-10 years of age may attend the clinic offered at no charge by the Parkland Soccer Association from 6-7:13 pm. while those 11-16 years mav attend from 7.30 8 50 pm. Hockey schools A series of hotkey m hoots on baMC fundamental skill will be offered by the city recreation depar-men! loginning Nov, 2, KegiMration no-nt0bobornin 1521 thfwich 1972 clne(Ht 26 and form can be obtained at lily Itall 1 tmt of PI 23 A itmitnum of 33 boy Mlo offering lice boor of tnOo1iu fi"f rl-lhf 4 33 30 pm or 3o 30 pm ill be allowed and Pt1i'nl Will be lcnt4 to wear VS A t twH and fate tnak Help for goaljr Mtvw mm: fT,l A Pott g-oiatuwVta arr and p wii tg to itrto IVif dill . a r4 !- If' w am io 3 pm A 1.1 -ftiPt at 1ie Sy. tT fd- (i.oi. ,71 f' fe I "'l am! t-4 a-ff- & it f Iji. l i ' It r C ; dm ,M A' ftntnil pc e'en! f a.4 i-i f- -1- Jle-t H ' a i-i -u. s-4 - WJ f ! h f I 1 i t. , w IV r c- 4 r r P 3 cmO a i f lf IHBtW pt ft1 i . (--1 ri O f - -m LACOMBE Lacombe Rams made a key defensive switch just prior to half time and went on to battle the Stet-tle Wildcats to a 12-12 draw in CWASAA 12-man Football League action Thursday. Wildcats twice found a receiver behind the Lacombe secondary to grab a 12-0 lead before Rams coach Don Gustafson made his move. The same defenisve back got burned on both long passes so we switched to a veteran (Scott Bergdahl) and the move paid off," said Gustafson, noting Bergdahls two second-half interceptions. He did an outstanding job on defence, contin- 3BU ued Gustafson. He was exactly what we needed. In fact, the whole defence was outstanding in the second half. back Todd Johnson open for a seven-yard strike. Then, at 1:14 of the second quarter, Hruska connected with Clayton Cassidy on a 50-yard pass and run play and the 'Cats were ahead 12-0. Ken Hoppus, whose punting was a major reason for the Rams comeback, booted the first of his four singles at 10:42 of the second period to close out the scoring in the first half. Hoppus, who averaged 43 yards on seven punts, added other single points at 10:42 of the third period and 8:45 and 10:04 LTCHS Raiders Stettler Lacombe CJL Cougars Wetoskiwm Camrose Rocky Ponoka STANDINGS L T P 145 101 49 27 25 26 29 A Pts 9 8 Cowgirls rodeo set for Hobbema Rams defence limited the Wildcats to just 65 yards total offence in the final 24 minutes and a minus 25 in the final 12. Wildcats got on the board at 9:26 of the first period when quarterback David Hruska found half- HOBBEMA The first rodeo of its kind for women competitors the Cowgirls Superchallenge '81 will be held in Hobbemas Agri-plex Oct. 9-11. The Canadian Girls Rodeo Association and Panee Memorial Agri-plex have invited the top womens competitors from across Canada, the United tralia. States and Aus- There will be six events steer undecorating, calf roping, cow riding, team roping, and goat tying in the three performances, which begin Oct. 9-10 at 7:30 p.m. and Oct. 11 at 2:30 p.m. ers entered in the affair are 1980 Canadian all-around champion Wendy Kazakow and top U.S. cowgirl Gloria Paulsen. Kazakow, a Calgary native who also won the 1977 all-around crown, has been involved in rodeo for 10 years and competes in goat tying, calf roping, cow riding, and steer undecorating. of the final quarter. Dean Pillar scored the lone Rams touchdown at 10:15 of the third quarter with Kelly Duffy adding a convert and a point on the ensuing kickoff. Duffy had an opportunity to win the game at 11:57 of the final frame but missed on a 17-yard field goal, which went for a single to tie the game. "If we would have had another couple of minutes we would have won it," added Gustafson. "But as of now well take the tie. "Our biggest problem is our offence. We just cant get enough consistency . . , but its coming. Both teams picked up 10 first downs with the Rams rushing for 174 yards but passing for just 13. Stettler had 167 yards on the ground and 132 through the air. Sheldon Kamps led the Rams with 90 yards rushing on 19 carries while Pillar had 65 on 12 tries. Randy Schroeder had 103 yards rushing on 16 carries and Johnson 36 on eight for Stettler. Johnson also grabbed a pair of passes for 38 yards and Schroeder three for 44 yards. The tie did Red Deer Lindsay Thurber a favor leaving them alone in first place, one point up on Stettler. Rams are alone in third spot with five points, two behind Stettler. HU- ill If. Ill Hi ror-ITI mr-KTE Two of the top perform Ill'll. HIT. mil.-KU. Ill- ,11 lflllli ttiix, iiL .11111 HOCKEY COACH 3M4fTtoro3 tEAW 11 UE'IS C0'WttUL It AGUE, 343-3957 mm I The 82 Pontiacs, Buicks & GMC Trucks HAVE ARRIVED! 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