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Carmel Rolls Up 30-0 Conquest Of Cougars Breakers Sink Marello, 78-7 Sunday, October 1, 1978 Santa Cruz Sentinel 55 By GREG BEEBE Sentinel Sports Writer Carmel handed San Lorenzo Valley its second loss in a row Saturday, a 30-0 whitewash in sunny Felton. After winning the SCCAL Jamboree and its first game, SLV has now been shut out twice in two weeks 20-0 at the hands of Ceres last week, and an embarassing 30-0 Saturday. Carmel dominated every offensive and defensive statistic in the bouk, holding SLV to a scant six first downs. The Padres put eight points on the board in their very first possession of the afternoon, marching 78 yards in 11 plays for a methodical touchdown. Dave Araujo scored all eight points on a five-yard TD run and a two-point conversion blast off right tackle. More scoring was yet to come. One; offensive series later, Carmel quarterback John Lucido (an All-Mission Trail Athletic League selection last year as a split end) hit Cory Bliesner with an 18-yard sky-ball in the right corner of the end zone Lucido himself kicked the PAT and Carmel led, 15-0, with 7 : Ot remaining in the first half. Carmel squeezed in another touchdown before halftime when Lucido bootlegged to his right fo" a six-yard scoring scamper. The -2. 180-pound senior gave SLV fits all day. Scrambling for 68 yards rushing on the day, Lucido repeatedly jocked out the Cougar defenders, feigning passes, bobbing, weaving and faking beautifully. Lucido's pass to Mark Not-tenkamper was good for another two-point conversion and Carmel was beginning to pour it on, 23-0, with 58 seconds left in the half. Carmel opened the third quarter with a eight-play, 80-yard scoring drive. Lucido capped the scoring haul with a 17-yard toss to . Bliesner, who caught the ball amongst several befuddled SLV defensive backs. Lucido's PAT rounded out the Padre scoring at 30. San Lorenzo Valley made a few challenges at breaking up the Carmel shutout, but every time turnovers and penalties wiped out the threats. The Cougars coughed up the ball four times twice on interceptions and two more times via fumbles. No single San Lorenzo Valley player made any real offensive waves, with Eric Breger the team's leading ball carrier with a modest 34 yards. Carmel had a significant size advantage in the trenches, with the Padre offensive line averaging about 6-2, 220 pounds. Carmel hashed out 182 yards on the ground (to SLV's 71), with Lucido, Araujo and Mike Odello leading the charge. Lucido had an impressive throwing afternoon, collecting 132 yards while completing an outstanding 13 of 16 pass attempts. San Lorenzo Valley did not fare quite as well in the air, garnering just 25 yards. SCORE BY QUARTERS Carmel 8 15 7 0 - .10 San Lorr-nro Valley 0 0 0 0 0 CAR Arauio S i un ' Arauio run) CAR Bliesner 18 pass from Lucido I Lur ido kick I CAR Lucido 6 run I Nottenkamppr pass from Lucido) CAR Bliesner 17 pass from Lucido (Lui ido kick). First downs Rushing yardaye Passing yardage Total net yards Passes Fumbles lost Penalties yards . Area Sports Calendar MONDAY Girls Tennis Aptos at Leicih, 3 30 p m TUESDAY Girls Swimming Harbor at North Salinas, 4pm Girls Tennis Aptos at San Loreiuo Valley, 3pm Harbor at Soquel, 3 30 p.m Marello at Santa Cru2, 3 p.m. Girls Volleyball Harbor at Watsonville, 3.30 p m Marello at Pipdmont, 4 p.m. WEDNESDAY Water Polo Harbor at Santa Cruz, 4 Soquel vs. Aptos, 4 p m , Cabnllo Cabrillo at Chabot. 3 30 p m Girls Volleyball Harbor at Carmel, 3:30 THURSDAY Water Polo Robert Louis Stevenson vs Aptos, 5 p m , Cabnllo Cross Country Santa Cruz at Harbor, 4 p.m, Aptos at Soquel, 4 p.m. Cabnllo, Hartnell, Gavilan at Menlo, 4pm , Girls Swimming Aptos at San Lorenzo Valley 4pm Harbor af Santa Cruz, 3 30 p m Girls Tennis Marello at Aptos, 3pm Harbor at San Lorenzo Valley, 3pm Soquel at Santa Cruz, 3 pm. Girls Volleyball Westmont at San Lorenzo Valley, 3:45 p.m FRIDAY Football Sacred Heart at Soquel, 8 p m., Memorial Field San Lorenzo Valley at Menlo, 3 30 p m St Elizabeth at Marello, 8 p.m., Harvey West Water Polo Santa Rosa at Cabnllo, 3 30 p m SATURDAY Football Harbor at Watsonville, 8pm Santa Cruz at San Carlos, 8 p.m. Cabrillo at West Valley, 1 p.m Cross-Country Santa Cruz, Harbor in Aptos Invitational, 9:30 p m. Soquel in Artichoke Invitational at Hal) Moon Bay, 10 p m Cabrillo in San Mateo Invitational at Crystal Snrinos, II 30 a m City Rec Hoop Signups Start Wednesday Night First day of team registration for the Santa Cruz City Parks and Recreation Department's Adult Basketball leagues will be Wednesday. The signup session will be from 6-8 p.m. at the City Parks and Recreation Department office, located at 346 Church St. No holds or reservations will be made for any teams. Teams will be considered first in the priority ranking by receipt date of entry as follows: 1 Returning resident team. These teams may contain a maximum of four non-resident players at any given time, and at least 60 percent of last year's team members must be returning. 2 New resident team. This team has a maximum of four non-resident players per-roster at any given time. 3 Returning non-resident team. These teams will have more than four non-resident players per-roster and at least 60 percent of last year's team returning. GOLFERS! Two Green Fees One Electric Car P TWILIGHT SPECIAL! 1ffo i J Regular Rates ; Fees Carls;! After 2 PM ( ! j Weekdays $5.00 $8.00 Mondays ( Spring Hills Golf Course par 71 ? ( 31 Smith Rd., Watsonville, 724-1401 TEAM STATISTICS Carmel 18? 110 312 21 14 2 I I 540 25 2 2 545 4 New non-resident team. More than four non-resident players per-roster. After Wednesday, registration will be accepted Oct. 13 only. Entry fee of $180 per-team should be made payable to the "City of Santa Cruz." After Wednesday, registration will be accepted Mondays through Fridays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., through Oct. 13 only. Entry fee of $180 per-team should be made payable to the "City of Santa Cruz." Teams are required to list first, second and third choices of league preference. Further information may be obtained by phoning the parks and recreation department at 429-3777. The tentative leagues, nights of play and their locations: MONDAYS - B-l and B-2, Santa Cruz High, Fehliman Gym; E-2, Mission Hill Junior High. WEDNESDAYS - A-2, Civic Auditorium, C-l and C-2, Fehliman Gym. THURSDAYS - A I, Civic Auditorium, E-l, Mission Hill. SUNDAYS - D-l and D-2, Fehliman Gym. INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing Carmel - Mi Keivie 2 18 St Germain 18. Amnio 10 28, Luc ido MS, Odello 9-40 Oliver II, Nottenkrtmner 1-8 Selle l-minus4, Lathrop3 15 San Lorenzo Valloy - Mr Adamsfc-9, Brpyer 10-14. f lower 2-minus 4, Walter J-5, Rodman 1-5, Paradise 2 14, Johnson 2 8 Pasting Carrml - Lucido 16 I J-1 132 I Limov 5 I I minus 10 San Lortnu Valley - Waiter 12 -I 24 0 Flower 3-1 110 Breger 1-0-0-0-0 Receiving Carmel - Nottpnkamper 5-48 St Germain I 12 Bliesner 4 52. Selle 2 16, Odello 2 1 San Lorenzo Valley Rodman 317, Breuer 4 7, Mi Adams l-l Harbor Chalks Up Victory FROM PACE 54 making the total time for Alisal's scoring drive a mere 1:23. On their first possession of the second half, the Trojans marched for a touchdown on a 12-play, 37-yard, drive that began when Harbor's attempt to punt resulted in a wild pass from center and Alisal took over on Harbor's 37. Several short runs by Alisal and a pass interference penalty against Harbor advanced the ball to Harbor's eight, and then the drive was culminated with a scoring run by Paul Johnson. Harbor seemingly had the game in hand when it scored a touchdown with only 6:25 left in the fourth quarter, but Alisal bounced right back on the ensuing kickoff. The kickoff was received by Roy Gutierrez on his own 15-yard line. Gutierrez ran to his 20, where he handed off on a reverse to Johnson, who ran the remaining 80 yards for a touchdown. The most important part of Harbor's last possession was not that it scored a touchdown, but that it used 5:43 of time to leave Alisal with a paltry 26 seconds in which to score nine points. Harbor's final scoring drive was characterized by medium gains on the ground and culminated in a one-yard plunge up the middle by Han-dley. Harbor travels to Watsonville this Saturday at 8 p.m., trying to derail the unbeaten Wildcats (3-0). SCORE BY QUARTERS Harbor 7 6 0 14 - 27 Alisal 0 6 0 12 - 18 HAR Smith 59 run (Sharps kick) HAR Hohmann 6 run (kick failed) ALI Gilbert 24 pass from Mazjuca (kick failed) ALI Johnson 8 run (pass tailed) HAR - Smith 3 run ( Norton kick ) ALI Johnson 80 kickoff return (pass failed i . HAR Handley 1 run ' Norton kick ) TEAM STATISTICS Harbor Alisal First downs 18 10 Rushing yardage 338 46 Passing yardage 0 83 Passes 3-0-0 13-6-0 Fumtiles-lost 4-1 3-2 Penalties-yards 11-112 9-75 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing Harbor - Handley 28-32, Smith 31 199, Sharpe l-l, Hohmann 16-80, Victorson 9-26 Alisal Johnson II 33, Luz l-minus-2, Mazzuca fi minus 29, Amiya 7-31, Okamura 2-9, Gilbert 14 Passing Harbor - Victorson 3-I-0-O0 Alisal Mazzuca 13-6-083-1 PACIFIC GROVE - They couldn't stand prosperity, That's the fate which struck the Marello Prep Panthers here Friday night as they sustained their third consecutive varsity football loss this time an 18-7 decision to the Pacific Grove High Breakers. Marello did break out on top, but the Breakers bounced back from a 7-0 first-quarter deficit to score once in each of the succeeding periods to turn back the visiting Panthers. The Panthers came out rushing and their line controlled Pacific Grove early in the battle of the trenches. But after the intermission, Pacific Grove took the play away from Marello Prep to take command of the ballgame in the process. Even though the visitors were trailing, they still stayed on the ground, even in the closing minutes when they trailed 18-7 as they literally ran out the clock. Greg Jones and Todd Hager both contributed pass interceptions to spark the Marello Prep defense. , It was Jones' theft, incidentally, which led to the lone Marello Prep touchdown of the evening the capper to a 50-yard, five-play series. Biggest ground-gobbler of the march was a Matt Filice keeper for 39 yards, and he ended the assault by keeping the ball for the final four yards. That TD came with 1 : 31 to go in the first quarter and Jones' PAT kick was good for a 7-0 edge. But that edge was soon to be dulled, for with 6:19 to play in the second quarter Danny Farrow galloped 24 yards to pay-dirt for the Breakers. Pacific Grove put the finishing touches on its victory with Chris Shumway taking a 17-yard scoring strike from Ricky Vertz with 9:03 left in the third quarter. The Breakers tied the ribbon on the victory package, helping decorate it with Farrow's sparkling 54-yard punt return with 8: 18 remaining in the fourth period. SCORE BY QUARTERS: Marello Prep 7 0 0 Pacific Grove 0 6 6 MP Filice 4 run (Jones kick) , PG Farrow 24 run (kick tailed) PG Shumway 17 pass from Vertz (run failed). PG Farrow 54 punt return TEAM STATISTICS First downs 8 Yards rushing 45-166 Yards pessiig 0 Passing 200 Total net yards 166 Fumbles-lost 2-1 Penalties-yards 2-20 0 -6- 1 10 26-130 101 9-5-2 231 l-l 9-85 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing MP - Brokaw 10-14, McConville 6-32, Filice 2-84, Zaballos8-38, PG - Shumway 16-75, Kirby l-l, Farrow 4-36, Murray 2-12, Vertz H. Freshwater 1-5. Passing MP - F'lice 2-OO-CH), PG - Vertz 9-5-2101-1 Receiving Farrow 1-14, Shumway Murray 1-48, -9, McKay 1-13, PG -Palmer 1 A.,,.... .... ,,!,, 9 (Photos by The Sentinel s Bill Loveioy) Measuring lawn bowlers' accuracy is important A Day On The Lawn Visitors spending a day in the sun at San Lorenzo Park Saturday witnessed a sport little-known to most Americans called lawn bowling. Two local clubs from San Jose and Santa Cruz hosted the event for a touring Canadian lawn bowling group. Two sets of 12-end mixed games were played. The atmosphere was one of learning and enjoyment rather than competition. The Canadians from Vancouver, B.C., are touring through the West and bowling "whenever they can." Cabrillo Drops Two LOS ALTOS - After winning its first game of the Northern California Aquatic Federation tournament, Cabrillo dropped two in weekend water polo action. The Seahawks went ahead early in their opener with Cer-ritos of Southern California as they won 5-3. Mark Schmetz and Parris Yancey contributed two goals each. Running into Modesto for the third time this season was no break for Cabrillo as the central valley club whipped the Seahawks, 13-3. Charlie Mc-Closkey led the Hawks with two goals. In its final contest, Cabrillo lost to San Jose City College, 6-4. Local Golf Scene Cabrillo . Cerritos .. Modesto.. Cabrillo.. San Jose. Cabrillo... I I .0 I CABRILLO GOLF COURSE Women's GoH Club Scrambles Tourney I John and Pat Borger Marty and Elois Maiur, best ball S3 CLOSEST-TO-PIN -Peygy David 2-6 Regulation Play 1. Jan Meylink 25, Gen Fillmore 26 Helen Doyle 27, Phyllis Pound 27 BLIND LOW NET FOURSOME Doyle, Myers, Tucker and Eyler 113, Dawson, David Fillmore and Meylink 114 SAT. SCRAMBLE - E Mazur MMazur P Borger. J Borger 53 CLOSEST-TO-PIN - 6-2 APTOS SEASCAPE GOLF COURSE Men's Club Sweeps Sy Russell 62, W R Ochs 69 Bob Tnnchero 69 Stew Davis 70, Keith Bali 70. Pat Sullivan 71, Phil Hurd 71 Nirk Voivrxla 72 Fall Match Play Championship CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT - Al Pastonno def B Johnson, Bill Drue del Mike Cocye, Loren Bright def Jay Perez, W R Ochs dfe Lowell Barton, Jess Carter def Daryl Wagner, Walt Adams def Mel Fields, John McEnery def Pat Antonelli, Wes Stevenson def Mickey Poe, Les Rhodes del Prep Hawk, John Bitter def Pat Sullivan, Ken Magruda del Art Cronwall, C L Palmer det Tim Woods, Sal Cesano def Harry Fowler, Tony Merino def Bob Harry, Gabe Manzano def Phil Hurd. ( Losers play in director's flight ) FIRST FLIGHT - George Thompson def. Stew Davis, J. Moretta do. Dick Mayeda, Paul Austin def. Al Surer, Casey Bernard def. Roi French, Maurie Norman def. Mauri Burman, John Randall def. Ray Jahnel, Ray Garcia det. Harry Skipper, Fred Hannum def. Lee Henrietta. SECOND FLIGHT First-round winners were Dick Rose, Dick Penniman, Erv Feichtmeir, Pete Orlando, B Fagundes, Rich Murphy Bob Tnnchero Sr , Dick Manner THIRD FLIGHT Firsl-round winners were B Cook, Don Young, Woody Linn, Al Berger. John Del Conte, Art Rohrkemper, Bill Roseblade. Al Osheski DoLAVEAGA GOLF COURSE Nifty Niners FIRST FLIGHT - Helen Good 35 Beth Bertozzi J6, Marge Vane 37 SECOND FLIGHT Joyce Emlen 34 Betfy Freeman 35, Helen Walker 36, THIRD FLIGHT - Thelma Gallagher 31 Phyllis Chappell 35, Winnie Ball-inger 36, FOURTH FLIGHT - Lois Belardi 29, Roseanne Dewart 33, Margaret Wetmore 34, LOW GROSS - Lois Belardi 52 Three Coaches Assist New Aquatics Club The South West Aquatic Team, a swim club forming in the Santa Cruz area affiliated with the AAU, will be assisted this year by three coaches. , Larry Phippen comes from New Haven, Conn., where his coaching efforts turned out Top Ten age group swimmers and national qualifiers. Pete McLean, a Santa Cruz resident for many years, has coached many of Santa Cruz' outstanding swimmers. Many of them have become qualifiers in the senior national compete tion. Bernie Wagner, with 20 years of experience coaching swimmers, recently had five of his swimmers competing in the national championships, according to a South West team spokesman. One of these swimmers is said to have taken first place in the 1,500-meter freestyle competition. Another four of his swimmers made it into the national Junior Olympics competition at Santa Clara this year. Team workout facilities include the Spa Fitness Center on Bay Avenue in Capitola, for weight training, and the Aptos High School pool. Swimmers of all ages interested in competition may contact the South West Aquatics Team at 427-0588. Women's Club Field Strokes FIRST FLIGHT -Bea Hay 53 22 - 31 Pat Vandenan 54-17 - 37 Dons Simmons 60-22 -38 SECOND FLIGHT - Grace Mallcke 59 23 - 36, Mary del fctanrheM 26 - 38 Ethel Smith 70-32 - 38, THIRD FLIGHT - Esther Jacobs 78 40 - 3B, Sally Vance 77 14 - 43. Ellen Sanhlippo 84-40 - 44, LOW PUTTS - Dons Simons 30, Grace Mallcke 30, CLOSEST TO PIN Bea Hay 15-0, Coralene Alley 15 7 VALLEY GARDENS GOLF COURSE Ladies Club Medal Play And Captain's Cup FIRST FLIGHT - Kay Ison 37 28, Mia Patten 39-29 E thel Smith 40-29, Leona Dickey .38 30. SECOND FLIGHT - Janet Groh 40-25, Man Vane 40-28, Jackie Hansen 41 30 Ruth Smith 42 30, Ruth Waftenbarger 42 30 THIRD FLIGHT - Fair Esfrella 43 26, Vickie Starrer! 45-29 Dottie Ewmg 45-29, Eleanor Schrader 47 30, FOURTH FLIGHT - Roberta Shallen-berger 44-26, Anna Kemp 49 .30. Ruth Holstan 50-32 BIRDIES - Ruth Smith No 3, Nadena LaBonte No 4: CHIP-IN Anna Kemp No 5, CAPTAIN'S CUP - Janet Groh (low net 25), LOW GROSS - Kay Ison PASATIEMPO GOLF COURSE Women's It-Hole Group FIRST FLIGHT Lygia Cza.koski net 66, Maryon Costella 66, JoAnn O'Leary 66, SECOND FLIGHT Fusae Pryde 60 Juamla Luna 62. Donna Guttebo 64. THIRD FLIGHT Risenart Brazeiton 61, Lois Hardy 64, Julie Rogers 64, Marge Dunn 64. FOURTH FLIGHT Sue Edwards 57. Ruth Abernathy 63. Cathy Elmore 65. Eleanor Ware 65, Marion Roen 65 Neuf Trous FIRST FLIGHT- Phyllis Thornley 37 Bea Eklot 40, Beth Hall 43, SECOND FLIGHT -Mary Davis 34, Joyce Emlen 36, Dottie Shattner 37 THIRD FLIGHT - Clarissa Blount 33, Betty Robbins 38, Ruth Bartlett 38 Arizona State Breezes, 27-0 TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) - Arizona State, getting first half touchdowns from fullback Newton Williams, halfback Arthur Lane and wingback Chris Defrance, knocked off a lackluster Texas-El Paso team, 27-0, in a non-conference football game Saturday night. While the Sun Devils were amassing a 24-0 halftime lead before a crowd of 69,497, the defense stymied the Miners. UTEP got into ASU territory only once in the opening half that after a pass interference central consulting associates e WANT A COMPUTER ' SYSTEM? WHY NOT CHECK WITH US? With a CCA System You Will: Need No programmer. Control the system yourself. Have programs designed your business alone. 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