Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on November 28, 1977 · Page 13
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Garden City, Kansas
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Monday, November 28, 1977
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(Jarden City Telegram Monday. November 28. 1977 Page 13 Explosive Offenses Highlight Playoffs By The Associated Press Clyde and Sharon high schools proved over I he weekend thai a leam name doesn'i need more than two syllables to win a slale gridiron crown — an explosive offense will suffice. Clyde rode six John Charbonneau touchdowns lo a 47-8 thrashing of Pretty Prairie to lake the Class 1A slale fool ball championship and Sharon's eight-man squad booted Montezuma, 52-12, for that division's lille. In 4A, 3A and 2A competition, teams with at least two slale championshps under their bells emerged winners. In Class 4A, Bishop Miege, two-time lille winners, beat Winfield, 27-14. Wichita's Kapaun-Mi. Carmel lashed De Solo, 41-6, in coasting to a record sixth Class 3A lille in ihe nine-year history of the Kansas highschool football playoffs. It was the Crusaders' fourth consecutive title. Undefeated Beloit dealt Peabody its first loss and look its third siraighi 2Aiitlewitha 37-8 win. Bishop Miege convened two punt snap miscues into iouch- downs and used running back Sieve Furst to seal the 4A vic- uiry. The junior gained 130 yards, scoring four touchdowns. Kapaun-Mi. Carmel backs Mike Boushka and Mike Daniels helped blasi out manned DeSoio. Boushka, a 6-fom-H senior, rushed for 106 yards and three touchdowns, caught four passes for 77 yards and a TD and intercepted ihree passes. Daniels, a 160-pound senior, rushed for 154 yards on 21 carries and scored twice. It was De Solo's first loss of he season. The Crusaders losi heir first game of the season against Wichita Souiheasi, which weni on lo lake ihe Class 5A championship. Beloit broke a scoreless firsi quarter when Dallas Cox imerecepted a Peabody pass on ihe 30-yard-line. Two plays laier, Greg Sliamburg hi 1 Lyndon McClimock with a 27- yard touchdown pass and Beloit never let up in recording ils 2A win. Preiiy Prairie's narrow, tvfi. edge ai ihe end of 'lie firs quarter did liiile i» deier Clyde which erupied for 24 secondquan er points Charbonneau scored on scampers of 15, 1 and 5 yards in 'he second quarter and also had touchdown runs of 1 and 6 yards in the third and fourth periods. Mnrvezuma never got over a 12-0 firsi-quarter deficit, and Sharon went on to rip Montezuma for eigh! touchdowns lo ake the eight-man championship Af'er Montezuma scored on a 58-yard pass from Dick Friesen to Kick Thomas, Shan id's Lance Vandaveer scored on runs of 65 and 17 yards Sieve Insell then caugh 'wn George Spencer 27- yard s'rikes. Spencer scored • in a 48-yard run and Greg H'lWt 1 mack' ;i 3-yard TD plunge. Time Running Out on Oiler Clock HOUSTON (AP) — The Houston Oilers are playing with the precision of a finely tooled clock as they demonstrated in a 34-20 victory over Kansas Citybut time is running out on their playoff hopes. A Swiss walch maker couldn't have provided belter timing for quarterback Dan Pastorini's three touchdown passes Sunday as the Oilers stuck lo business and improved their record lo 6-5, Go Fly a Kite A Maryland goose hunter checks out his new kite-type decoy while preparing for his hunt. The kites are flown above bodies of water to help attract the attention of geese from greater distances. He also uses a bundle of standard decoys. (AP Photo). Westphal Guns in 48 By The Associated Press ' "When Paul Weslphal is hoi," says Phoenix Suns Coach John MacLeod, "you wanl lo make sure he has Ihe basketball." When Paul Westphal is hoi and has the basketball, the Suns usually shine. The Phoenix guard was blazing Sunday night, scoring 48 points lo set personal and leam highs for a game in leading Ihe Suns lo a 115-97 triumph over the Denver Nuggels. "He's an offensive machine," said MacLeod. And a modest one at that. "I think of the few shols I missed more than ihose I made," said Weslphal, who exceeded by one point the club record sei by Alvan Adams and Gail Goodrich and bettered by eight poinls Ihe personal best he set last season. Denver's David Thompson, the National Basketball Association's scoring leader with 27.6 poinls per game, was held lo 24 poinls by the Suns. Dan Issel 'was second for the Nuggels with 17. In the other NBA games Sunday nighl, the New Orleans Jazz beat Ihe Kansas City Kings 115-106, the Portland Trail Blazers bested the Los Angeles Lakers 100-93 and the New York Nets lopped ihe Seattle SuperSonics 99-96. Jazz 115, Kings 106 Pele Maravich scored 41 poinls and Leonard "Truck" Robinson collected 19 rebounds to carry New Orleans past Kansas City for its fiflh consecutive victory. Maravich scored 27 poinls in ihe fourth quarter for New Orleans, which made 66.7 percent of ils shols in the third period and shot 60 perceni in the fourth. Otis Birdsong led the Kings with 23 poinls. Trail Blazers 100, Lakers 93 Lloyd Neal equaled his career high by scoring 33 points — 24 above his average — lo carry Portland past Los Ange- les. Neal replaced Maurice Lucas, who missed his fourth consecutive game due lo bronchitis, and scored 23 of his poinls in the first half. Earl Tatum led Los Angeles with a career-high 25 poinls. Nets 99, SuperSonics 96 Cenier George Johnson blocked ihree shots in ihe last three minutes and scored a crucial basket to lead New Jersey over Seattle. The Nets I railed by a poin: wiih 3:27 remaining and ran off six siraighi poinls, including Johnson's lay-in, 10 lake a 95-90 lead with 1:13 left. They held on for their firsi road victory of ihe season and only their third in 19 games. Kevin Porter paced the Nets with 23 points. Gus Williams had 36 for Seal lie. Bowling Results KEN-MARK PRODUCTIONS PROUDLY PRESENTS AN EVENING OF ENTERTAINMENT FOR ALL Jayhawk Mixed Kleeman-Puckett splil Crammer Harvester, 2-2, 2215-2206; Ulrich- Dreilingdef. Regan's Backhoc, 3-1, 21632147; Triple S Steel def. Bribiesca's, 3-1, 2339-2241; Sirloin of America def. Raymire Inc., 4-0, 2297-2184; Brown's Masonary def. Bob's 83, 4-0, 2347-2199; Farr Const, def. Brown's Carpentry, 4-0, 2357-2173; Dave Crabb Elect, def. Daniels Cress, 3-1, 2385-2264; Goulds Pump def. The Peddler, 3-1,2172-2108. lli-10 Game Ind. Women — Helen Careathers, Crabb Elect., 246. Men — Ben Craig, Farr Const., 231. HMO Series Ind. Women — Helen Careathers, Crabb Elect., 570. Men — Norman Elliott, Gould's Pump, 547. Team lli-10 Came — Triple S Steel, 867. Team lli-30 Series — Dave Crabb Electric, 2385. Cont. def. Unopposed, 4-0.2037-0. lli-10 Game Ind. Women — Irene Casados, The Gamblers. 188 Men — Sam Casados, The Gamblers, 206. Hi-:io Series Ind. Women — Patty Zimmerman, The Bold Ones. 457. Men — Sam Casados, The Gamblers. 504. Team lli-10 Game — The Gamblers. H56. Team lli-311 Series — S&G's. 2297 Cyclone Sundowners split Watson, 2-2, 22422239; Whirlwinds split The Gamblers, 22,2111-2268; R&N's def. End of The Hills, 4-0, 2215-2115; M-80's def. Unopposed, 40, 2117-0; The Bold Ones def. Rex Porter Cone., 3-1, 2240-2165; V.W.'s def. Windjammers, 3-1, 2175-2094; S&G's def. No- Shows, 3-1, 2297-2163; Delmer Towns Buffalo Mixed Bonita Beef def. Kells Fence & Repair. 4-0, 2446-2102; Witches Si Brew def. Scheer Welding No. 1, 4-0, 2321-2108; Gutter Dusters split K of C, 2-2, 23912275, Flying A's def. Weatherred Wholesale, 3-1, 2276-2094; Plaza Beauty def. Kerr Warehouse, 3-1. 2375-2373; Mesa Elect, def. Scheer Welding No. 2.40, 2249-2070; Midwest Elec. def. Southwest Carpet, 3-1, 2182-2157; Dr. Pepper def. H.T. Sporting Goods, 3-1, 2207-2145. Hi-10 Game Ind. Women — Rhonda Reynolds, Kells Fence & Repair, 188. Men — Gary Whitehurst, Bonita Beef, 206. Ili-30 Series Ind. Women — Lonnie Wright, Witches & Brew, 518. Men — Bob Brungardt, Witches & Brew, 546. Team lli-10 Game — Bonita Beef, 856. Team lli-30 Series — Bonita Beef, 2446. By The Associated Press American Football Conference Eastern Division ..W LT Pet. PF PA Ball 920 .818 249 167 Miami 830 .727 255 1615 N.Eng 740 .636 224 167 Buff 280 .200 119 22H NY Jeis 290 .182 175246 Central Division Pins 740 .636223 197 Hsln 650 .545245 175 Cleve 650 .545 221 191 Cinci 650 .545 178 197 Western Division Denv 10 1 0 .909227 111 Oakld 820 .«00 247 162 S Diegu 650 .545 167 164 Si le 380 .273 208 293 Kan Oy 290 .182 167267 National Football Conference Eastern Division Dallas 920 .818 265 157 S Louis 740 .636 238 217 Wasli 650 .545 143 155 NY GIS 470 .364 131 229 Phila 380 .273 162 169 Central Division Minn 740 .636 160 144 Chcgo 650 .545 212 234 Din 560 .455 140202 Gn Bay 2 90 .182 98175 Tpa Bay 0110 .000 53 192 Western Division L.A. 830 .727 245 108 AIIn:a 650 .545 127 83 S Fran 560 .455 144 174 N Orlns 380 .273 198 252 Sunday's Results Ailania 17, Tampa Bay 0 Los Angeles 9, Cleveland 0 Cincinnaii 30, New York Gianis 13 New England 14, Philadelphia 6 Piusburgh 23, New York Jels 20 Housion 34, Kansas Cily 20 Minnesola 13, Green Bay 6 Denver 27, Baltimore 13 Dallas 14, Washington 7 San Francisco 20, New Orleans 17 San Diego 30, Seal tie 28 Monday's Game Buffalo al Oakland, (n), (ABC) keeping pace with the other teams in the crowded second place posit ion of the American Football Conference's Central Division. Oiler Rookie fullback Rob Carpenter rang a few Chiefs chimes wiih 149 yards rushing on 14 carries lo help Ihe Oilers win another bailie. But chances of winning the war are slipping away. "We can't do anyihing about what Pittsburgh does," Oiler Coach O.A. "Bum" Phillips said, referring lo Ihe Steelers' one-game lead over the rest of the Central Division. "We jusi have to do our job." But even if the Oilers do their job and win their next three games against Denver, Cleveland and Cincinnati, the hot Steelers still would have to lose two of iheir lasi three games to give Housion a playoff spot. The Oilers quickly estab- lished the fact Sunday that they weren't preoccupied with the "ifs" of ihe playoff picture. Paslorini sailed a 48-yard touchdown bomb lo Ken Burrough on Houston's first offensive play of Ihe game and it was mostly downhill for Kansas City from there. Paslorini, who completed 11 of 24 passes for 118 yards in ihe game, also hit Burrough on a 7-yard TD pass and threw three yards to Don Hardeman for another score. Rookie running back Tim Wilson scored on runs of 11 and one yard to make ihe Chiefs' misery complete. Kansas City could muster only field goals of 30 and 26 yards by Jan Stenerud in the firsi half and added touchdowns late in the fourth quart er on a 36-yard pass from Tony Adams lo Waller White and Willie Lee's 10-yard NBA at a Glance Bv The Associated Press National Basketball Association Kastern Conference Atlantic Divison Phoenix 115, Denver 97 For land 100. Los Angeles 93 New Jersey 99, Seat:le 9fi fumble return. "We did a sloppy job of acklingon the runs," said KC Coach Tom Beltis, whose earn dropped to a 2-9 record. "I thought we had some plays shui off but we couldn't make ;he tackle. When we had field position in the second quarter we couldn't lake advantage of i:." Kansas City drove to Houson's 7, 16, and 9 yard lines in he second quarter but had 10 settle for Stenerud's field goals. "We didn't gel out of ii what we should have," Beitis said of 'he Chiefs' second quarter. "Ii 's a concentraiion factor as much as anything. It's a mailer of consistency." Pasiorini's three touchdown passes provided much of the glamor of the Oilers' offensive showing, but 2% yards rushing go plemy of commeni from Oiler runners. "We're not getting hit ai the line of scrimmage like we used ui in other years," said veteran Ronnie Coleman, who rushed 15 limes for 101 yards. "If we make a mistake we bimnce right back. We're improving every week. No one is standing still." Phila N York Buffalo Bos'on N Jersy Cleve Ailma S Aninn N Orlns Wash HI >ust n \V 14 10 9 6 3 Pet. GB .737 .556 3 .474 5 .353 7 .158 11 Central Division 12 10 12 11 9 6 5 6 8 H 7 11 .706 .625 .600 .579 .563 .353 Western Conference Midwest Division Denver Chcgo Milw K.C. Ind 13 9 10 7 7 6 8 8 9 12 12 11 .019 .529 .526 .368 .368 .353 I'll;, 2 2'6 Pacific Division Pur. Phnix Gldn Si Los Ang Sea i lie 15 11 9 3 6 11 11 16 .833 .647 .450 .421 .238 11'- Sunday's Results New Orleans 115. 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