Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on November 4, 1970 · Page 11
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1970, PAGE 11 SPORTS PAGE Walther Broncos Trample Wheaton By Randy Johnson Last week the Walther Broncos played their last football game with Wheaton Christian (formerly Wheaton Academy). At the end of this school year Wheaton Christian is leaving the Private School League. The Broncos really gave them a sendoff with a 56-0 donney- brook. This game preserves the win streak for the Broncos at 15 games. So far in league competition, the Broncos have out-scored their opponents 130-8 In three games. In the first quarter, QB Allen Buchholz went with a 4 yd. pass to TE Jim Nleman and a 18 yd. pass to FB Mike Bercek, combining with both for TDs. The conversions went to 083 Dave Knopp and #84 Bob Pygman. In the second quarter the Broncos again scored twice, 90 seconds apart, with passes from Buchholz to Bob Pygman that went for 28 yards; and another to Pygman that went for 4 yards. Buchholz went to Pygman for the conversion. At halftime, the score was Walther 28, Wheaton 0. The third quarter produced only one TD. It came on a short screen Buchholz to HB Rick McBride, who rambled 72 yards for the score. This also was the longest Bronco gainer of the afternoon. Al Buchholz then went to Mike Fischer for the conversion. In the last quarter Buchholz connected with Fischer for two TDs; one from 11 yards and another from 25 yards. The conversion attempts were no good. QB Buchholz then decided to get in on the fun when he eluded the defense for a 21 yard keeper making the final score Walther 56, Wheaton 0. Next week's game should separate'the men from the boys when the Broncos play the Chicago Christian Knights on Walther's field, Melrose Park. The knights are coming into the contest with no losses to the P.S.L. teams. The Broncos will put the co-championship on the line as well as their 15 game winning streak. Coach Warren Hoger has high hopes for his team, "We will have to come up with a game that compares to either the St. Francis or the Momence game." Both games were won by the Broncos with a score of 34-32. The starting times for Saturday's games: Frosh-Soph. 12:00 and Varsity at 2:00 p.m. Walther Lutheran Football Stars ' " Defensive standouts for Walther Lutheran High School this year are Mark Heinrich and Dave Helnrich (L. to R.) Dave, a 6-5, 215 Ib. Senior defensive tackle and Mark, a 6-3, 205 Ib. Sophomore defensive end are leading the Bronco defense to an undefeated season this year. Dave and Mark are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Heinrich of 541 Marengo Ave. in Forest Park. Proviso Pirates Beat Oak Park 13-6 Proviso East Varsity beat a very tough Oak Park Team by the score of 13-6. There was no scoring in the first half. The second half was a very fast one when Oak Park kicked off. Charles Joseph got it on the 20 yard line and went 80 yards for a touchdown. The extra point was missed when Jay Sclieid tried the kick. Jay Scheid scored next when he went up the middle 3 yards. Jay's P.A.T. attempt was good. Jim Barrentt went 5 yards up the middle and it carne off a blocked punt. The extra point was a pass and was overthrown. 1234 Total Proviso 0 0 13 0 13 Oak Park 0006 6 FOREST PARK BAPTIST CHURCH HARUM AVENUE AT DIXON STREET, tOREST PARK Pastor: ELTON O. KIRSTEIN Church Office 366-5091 MfNISTEK-IN-TRAINING: Mii. JAMKii M'LI.ER NOVEMBER 8th 11:00 a.m. "Ministries of the North American Baptist General Conference" 6:30 p.m. "His Glory" We welcome you to our regular worship services and invite you to participate in our total church program. Fenwick Rolls Over Weber 50-20 By John Griffin Fenwick's Friars broke a three game losing streak last Sunday as they romped over Weber 50-20 at Oak Park Stadium. Fenwick's starting squad took a 22-0 lead in the first quarter, scoringthree touchdowns. The first was an 18 yard run by Tom Feeheley, taking it in around right end. The extra point attempt was blocked. The second came from Feeheley again; this time on a plunge from the 2 yard line. Feeheley went in for the 2 point conversion. The Friar's third TD came when Mark Donovan scored from the 2 yard line. John Cahill made the 2 point conversion. Back-up quarterback Greg White continued the scoring as he lilt Bob Zotti from Weber's 10. The score was 30-0 after Bill Lawley made the conversion on an end around play. Weber's lied Horde scored in the second quarter on a 4 yard run by Martin Maloney. Sophomore quarterback Jim Gorski tciok it in for the 2 points, making the score 30-8 at the half. In the third quarter, Fenwick's starting quarterback Dave Segerson ran a keeper in from the Weber 2 putting the score at 36-8. The Friars scored again in the third quarter when Jim Kovac ran in from the 7 of Weber. Fenwick lead 44-8. Fenwick's last touchdown came in the fourth quarter when sophomore Greg Costello ran from the Hed Horde's 6. Conversion falling, Fenwick lead 50-8. Weber scored twice later in the fourth quarter, first on a pass from Gorski to Bruce Ciurafrom the Friar's 20. The point after attempt failed. The second came on another Gorski pass to Allen Grembler, finishing the scoring at 50-20. This Sunday, Fenwick takes on St. Rita at Soldier Field in the first game of the Catholic League playoffs. to A B«tt«r U«*d Car TOM CARLSON Auto Sales Since 1949 7300 ROOSEVELT RD. Forest Park Open 7 DAYS Weekdays 9 to 9 Season Tickets Now Available For Proviso Pirates Basketball Games Season tickets for the 1970-71 season home basketball gam ?s of the Proviso East Pirates are now on sale in the athletic office of the Proviso East fieldhouse. There will be nine home games. Season tickets are $10.00 for adults and $5.00 for any student desiring a reserved seat. Season tickets entitle 'holders to the sams assigned seat for all home games. Regular single game admission is $1.50 per game. Sf. Bernard/no Bowling League Women Men Forest Pk. Nat. Bk. Mohr Oil Co. Famous Liquors Trage Bros. Reich & Becker Sam Sansone Miller Drugs Qultsch Florist POINTS 20 18 16 14 13 11 11 9 Marie Tierney bowled high game of 207 and high series of 512. Lorraine Popelka bowled a 502 series. Cermak-Harlem Standard North America Savings Cognatos Foods National Roofing Hollahan Dodge Reich 4 Becker Suburban Oil Alberts Furniture Saracco Construction Seven Oaks 40 35 30 29 29 26 20 25 25 16 High Game - Scott Damiani - 226 High Series - Tom Scolire - 580 Recreation Basketball Recreation Volley Ball Recreation Basketball sponsored by the Recreation Board will begin its season play on Monday, November 9th. The games will begin at 7:00 p.m. and will be played at the Grant-White Gym Games scheduled for the first week are as follows: Nov. 9th. Mnnrlav Crane vs. SimoneK (Jr.) - 7:00 R. Cote vs. D. Cote (Sr.) - 8:00 Nov. llth - Wednesday Conway vs. Walderson (Jr.) 7:00 O'Connor vs. Sorting (Sr.)-8;00 Nov. 12th - Thursday Fitzgerald vs. Lynch (Jr.) - 7:00 D. Cote vs. Ilemstreet (Sr.) 8:00 Nov. 13th - Friday Conway vs. i_i ane t.jr.) - 7:00 Sortino vs. R. Cote (Sr.) - 8:00 The Ladies Volleyball league, sponsored by the Recreation Bd. last year, decided to begin their league play the first week in January 1971. The games will be played on Thursday nights at 7:30 at the Grant-White Gym. STOP FIRES SAVE LIVES Every STEAK CHARCOAL BRdiLED To Your SATISFACTION Cocktail Lounge Business Men's Luncheon OPEN DAILY 11 a. MI. to 'J p.m. CLOSED SUNDAYS 7412 Harrison St. Forest Park 366-0059

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