Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on October 28, 1970 · Page 12
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1970, PAGE 12 SPORTS PAGE Concord/ a, Principia Battle to 7 -7 Tie Playing before a large Principia Indian homecoming crowd, the Cougars of Concordla Teachers College, River Forest, and the Indians fought to a 7-7 tie. After a rather dismal first half, the Cougars came out in the second half to drive 77 yards in 14 plays to supply their only score of the game. Senior quarterback Dennis Meunler, from Brookfield, Wisconsin, completed 7 or 8 passes of the drive and hit 5 different receivers. The final pass was a 5 yd. to halfback Cliff Walton. For the game Meunier completed 11 of 21 passes for 117 yards. Split end Jim Conrad caught 3 for 27 yards, tight end Craig Mueller 3 for 43, and halfback Cliff Walton 3 for 29 yards. Fullback Tom Fahl led the Cats in rushing with 43 yards in 12 carries. Concordla's defense was challenged time and time again as Principia ran off 44 offensive plays to CTC's 14 In the first half. The defense continually rose to the occasion to hold the Indians to 7 points. Defensive ends Al Schmook and Craig Mueller, tackier Steve Koerner and Steve Bronner, and inside Linebackers Bill Young and Dave Berdls all played good games. Defensive halfbacks Dave Reinklng and Jon Witte and safety Bill Scheiwe kept their excellent defensive record going by allowing only 5 completions in 12 attempts for 15 yards and grabbed 2 Interceptions. Scheiwe picked off his third of the year In the final seconds to preserve the tie. After Walton scored the TD and Reinking kicked the tying point, neither team was able to mount a scoring drive. The Cougars got as close as the 37 once and the 26 another time but that was It. Principia drove to CTC's 29 but Scheiwe picked off a pass to end the game. Concordla lsiow2-2-l. Retain . W. Clement STONE on the University of Illinois Board of Trustees REPUBLICAN Presented by The Cook County Citizens for Stone Committee Chairman: Bob At hey Tres.: M. Clarke PLAY THE NUMBERS "OQ" MAQM 30 - 00 see Rick Archambault MORT EDIDIN, Inc. 715 So 5th Ave OLDSMOBILE CITY Maywood Fl 3-6000 CO 1-2978 CHARCOAL BROILED To Your SATISFACTION Cocktail Lounge Business Men's Luncheon COM£ AS YOU ARE! ! ThePINESSTEAKHOUSE OPEN DAILY 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. CLOSED SUNDAYS 7412 Harrison St. Forest Park 366-0059 Walther Wins Sixth in a Row Defeats Luther South 36-0 Al Buchholz, 5' Last week the Walther Broncos continued their run for the Private School League title, with their sixth consecutive win of the season and their second in conference play. The first scoring was set up by a Bronco goal line stand that ended for Luther South on the Bronco 3 yard line when DT Dave Helnrlch tackled FB Gene Griffen. The Broncos drove the ball 97 yds. for the touchdown. The key plays In the drive were two passes to E Bob Pygman going for 14 and 17 yards respectively, and a 34 yard broken play run by QB Allen Buchholz. Then on the first play Tackle Kurt Schultz & Guard Kent Gllge opened up the right side of the line for a 6 yard run by FB Jim Montgomery for the score. Buchholz went again to Montgomery with a handoff for a one yard drive into the endzone for the PAT. The second quarter went scoreless for the Broncos until 5:39 when Mike Fischer intercepted a pass on his own 17 yard line, from there the "Giantkillers" 'drove the ball 83 "yards for a- notlier TO. The big setup play in this drive was a 35 yard gallop by FB Rick McBride, a penalty brought the ball another 15 yds closer to the score. Then on the second play aerial specialist Buchholz went to Montgomery for an 11 yd TI) pass. The PAT was no good making the score at halftlme: Walter 14, Luther So. 0. In the tlilnl quarter tin- Bronco line again proved itself defensively when End Mirk 10", 188 Ib. Senior Helnrich recovered a fumble on South's 42 yd line, the second play from scrimmage Walther's Buchholz went with Fischer for the swingpass for the TD. The made the score 20-0 Walther. in the last quarter the "Green Machine" scored twice. The first one was set up when the Broncos took over the ball on their own 28, Buchholz connected five out of five times on a 72 yard drive that was ended with a 28 yard pass play to Pygman for the TD. The PAT was good when Buchholz went with Pygman for the pass play, this made the score 28-0 Walther. The last TD came as the result of two fine defensive plays by Linebacker Dave Zemke and DE John Schroeder, Zamke dropping the QB for a 5 yard loss and Schroeder for an 11 yard loss forcing South to punt. Two passes from Buchholz to Pygman and Montgomery which went for 19 and G yards respectively, set up a 5 yard fling to End Jim Nleman for the TL). The PAT also was good when Buchholz went to Nleman again with a short aerial. The defense was led by Dave Zemke with 10 tackles, and by the tough defensive line of Mark Helnrich, Randy Johnson, Dave Heinrlcli, and John Schroeder. The Broncos will travel to VVJitatoii Christian next week for another Private League contest. They will be viewing for their seventh consecutive victory this year. Buchholz set a school record for Ti) passes - 4 in one game. Walther's Cross Country Team The Walther Cross Country Team placed two runne.-s into the top five Saturday in their Private School League Conference Meet as they took third place honors behind first place Timothy Christian and second place Chicago Christian. The spectacular showing for the Broncos came when Bob Mensik of Walther staged a tremendous upset over Ray VanDenend of Timothy Christian. Dave Platt of Luther South, and Kurt Shallenberger of Luther North, all favorites who had beaten him in dual meets earlier in the season by taking 1st place in 14:18 for the 2.6 mile course. Close behind was Bob Landrebe in 14:25 taking 4th place. Ken Urban (14:56) finished 12th, Bob Cleaver (15:08) 17th, and Barry Fleming (15;47) 26th for the Broncos top five. This was enough- to give Walther 60 points in the meet, 7 points behind Timothy Christian's 53 and 5 points behind Chicago Christian's 55. The first victory came at home against nilana Christian on a rain and mud day. Bob Landrebe, Bob Manslk, Ken Urban, and Bob Cleaver took 1-2-3-4 to lead the Broncos to their biggest victory margin in history 16-41. Illiana's Dan Kallemeyn beat out Bronco Barry Fleming for 5th place to avert a shutout for Walther. Next it was the Luther North meet, run at their course. Perhaps the fiercest rivalry in the league, North sent out all their runners fast in hopes of decoying the Walther runners to use up their energy but the best that North could wind up with was 4th place. Landrebe, Mensik, and Urban took 1-2-3 again; Cleaver got a 5th and Fleming 8th, as Walther shut down the big school 19-37. The last meet against Luther South was the closest and toughest of the three. Winless against South since 1965, -the Broncos were hard-pressed to win this one 23-33. Neck and neck all the way, South's Dave Platt edged out Minsik at the finish for 1st place. Landrebe and Urban got 3rd and 4th. Bob Cleaver had to run the best race in his life to pass up three South runners in the last 880 yards, to finish in 5th place and to lock tills one up for the Broncos, closing out their finest season ever. Gordon Slips by Fenwick, 7-0 By John Griffin The Fenwick Friars took their third loss In a row by losing to the Gordon Tech Rams 7-0 Sunday at Lane Stadium. The game was scoreless until mid-way In the fourth quarter when Gordon's quarterback Mike Bralt passed to End Russ Udelhofen from Fenwick's 10 for the touchdown. After the extra point, the score was 7-0. Fenwick had an excellent opportunity with only a minute left In the first half. They were on the Ram's 46 when they punted back to Gordon, only to get the ball right back as one of the Gordon running backs touched the ball and the Friars recovered It on the Ram's 9. A pass interference call on Gordon brought the ball to the 5. On the next three plays, the ball was given to halfback Tom Feeheley who was unable to penetrate Gordon's defensive line from the 1/2 yard line. On fourth down, John Cahlll of Fenwick also failed to score. The Friars had another opportunity to score In the fourth quarter. Trailing 7-0, they had the ball deep In the Ram's territory. Fenwick quarterback Dave Segerson failed to connect to his receivers on three consecutive downs. Fenwick handed the ball over to Gordon who succeeded in using up the clock, leaving Fenwick time enough for only three more plays. The Friar's last game of the season will be played against Weber this Sunday at Oak Park Stadium at 1:30 P.M. Even though the Friars lost, they are now assured of a playoff berth behind Gordon and Loyola In the North Section of the Catholic League. Proviso East Defeats Highland Park 19 - 0 By Bill Sholar Proviso East Varsity beat the Highland Parkers by a score of 19-0. The Pirates did all their scoring in the first half. First score came when Royal Hurst uncorked a 38 yard pass to Charles Joseph. Jay Scheld kicked the extra point to put the Pirates out in front. Dwlght Jasper had an 18 yard run around the right I. The extra point was no good. Royal Hurst released another pass of 25 yards to Chuck Smith and the last score of the 2nd quarter of the game. The pass for the extra point was no good. Proviso East 7 12 0 0 1!) Highland Pk. 0 0 0 0 0 Interested in Volley Ball? The Park District will offer volleyball one evening a week at Garfield School, providing then- Is enough interest. Any couples, or individuals, who would enjoy a little exercise and fun and would be interested In enrolling In such a program, please contact the Park District - 366-0203. The date and time for this program will be announced after Interest ex! parties have contacted the Park District and indicated their preference. READ REVIEW

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