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. , .i . ,m, y rrrrry yyyyyyv f y f '' t"T'T 'M F t "t" TT B-2 The Sunday Pantagraph, Dec. 14, 1980 Tuckers free throw lifts inois past Marquette III y Li -.'' WW , I ip- " ...jr i , yr vi P ,? v 4.-r -kO t MM-'' ir, nil :j , , ill Through the middle Cal Poly wreck Eastern Illinois ALBUQUERQUE. N.M. (AP) -Versatile speedster Robbie Martin returned a punt 42 yards for a touchdown and caught two scoring passes to lead Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo to a 21-13 upset victory over Eastern Illinois for the NCAA Division II football title Saturday. The victory in the game billed as the Zia Bowl gave the Mustangs their first football national championship. Martin, a 5-foot-9, 180-pound senior, broke Cal Poly on top with his punt return early in the first quarter. E. Kentucky, Boise gain l-AA title game By The Associated Press Tailback Alvin Miller scored two touchdowns on 1-yard plunges and Anthony Braxton raced 21 yards for another score Saturday as Eastern Kentucky defeated Lehigh 23-20 in an NCAA l-AA semifinal football playoff game in Bethlehem, Pa. Kipp Bedard scored on a 62-yard flea-flicker pass play in the fourth quarter to give Boise State a 14-9 victory over Grambling in the other NCAA Division I-AA semifinal football game on a fog-shrouded Saturday afternoon in Boise. The victory puts Boise State, 9-3, in the championship game next Saturday against Eastern Kentucky in the Camellia Bowl in Sacramento, Calif. Eastern Kentucky The Colonels, defending l-AA national champions, had to rally for their victory. Lehigh took an early lead on a pass interception by Keith Conley and a 15-yard penalty against Eastern Kentucky. Lehigh moved 33 yards in eight plays with quarterback Larry Michalski throwing the last five to tight end Paul Anastasio. 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Eastern Illinois through the middle of the line among lost the Division II title game, 21-13. a host of fallen players during (AP Laserphoto) - SLO, Martin After Eastern Illinois, which finished the season with an 11-3 record, had taken a 13-7 halftime lead, Martin pulled in a 58-yard scoring pass from Cal Poly quarterback Craig Johnston. The touchdown gave the California school the lead for good, 14-13, with 9.28 left in the third quarter. Cal Poly added an insurance touchdown in the opening minute of the fourth quarter as Johnston again found Martin open for a 33-yard TD strike. Eastern Illinois, which finished the Eastern came right back with a 68-yard drive, Miller scoring from the 1, but the Colonels missed the extra point. Iobst then kicked field goals of 38 and 47 yards, giving Lehigh a 13-6 margin. The Colonels scored just before half-time with Miller plunging across for the score from the 1. David Flores added the point for a 13-13 tie at the intermission. Boise State Boise State was pushed all over the field in the first half by the bigger Grambling team, but managed a 7-7 tie at halftime. Grambling's only touch-hdown came on a 1-yard plunge by fullback Robert Parham in the first quarter. Boise tied it with 2:56 left before intermission on a 31-yard scoring pass from quarterback Joe Aliotti to tailback Cedric Minter. As the fourth quarter opened, Boise State tailback Terry Zahner took a pitchout and'started into the line. 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The Panthers captured the national championship two years ago and were bidding to become the first Division II school to repeat a football championship. Cal Poly, which went into the championship game with a 9-3 record, took the second-hal' Kickoff and drove to the Eastern Illinois' 5 before a Johnston pass was intercepted by Don Pittman. But Cal Poly's defense quickly held the Panthers' offense and forced a punt. Taking over at its own 45-yard line, Cal Poly needed only two plays to score as Johnston and Martin hooked up on the 58-yard bomb. Martin, who led Cal Poly during the regular season with 43 catches, got behind the Eastern Illinois secondary and caught Johnston's pass in full stride. Eastern Illinois, whose passing attack during the regular season had averaged 206 yards per game, was bottled up by Cal Poly's defense in a steady, cold wind that hampered play. Johnston finished with 236 yards passing, while Eastern Illinois quarterbacks Chuck Wright and Jeff Christiansen combined for 263 yards. The Cal Poly defense came up with four Eastern Illinois turnovers. E. Illinois Cal Pol 0 13 0 0-13 7 0 7 7-21 CP Martin 42 punt return (Vesella kick) El Slaughter 2 run (OeLong kick) E I slaughter I run (kick blocked) CP-Martin i8 pass from Johnston (Ves-el la kick) CPy Martin .13 pass from Johnston (Ves-ella kick) A 2,056 YARDSTICK E III. Cal Poly First downs 16 15 Rushes-yards 39-87 44-39 Passing yards 263 236 Return yards 6 97 Passes 20 42-2 12-21-1 Punts 10-38 7 9 32 7 Fumbles-lost 3-2 62 Penalties-yards 11-140 8-68 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING E Illinois, Slaughter 14-75, Staple 16 49 Cal Poly, Jackson 20-26, Craig 8 24. Johnston 6-24 PASSING-E Illinois, Wright 11-22-1-158, Christensen 9-20-1-105. Cal Poly, Johnston 12-211-236 RECEIVING E Illinois, Grant 6-70, Mehalic 3-3 1 Cal Poly, Martin 7-164, Hanifin 4-73 Christmas COMPACT INDASH CASSETTE STEREO TAPE PLAYER WITH AMFMMPX RADIO $ 64 88 Save f $55 Trans Rife Flush-Mount Speaker Kit Trans H,f acoustic driver produces W frequency range from fngte prater cone J"1" m "wwve 41 o magoetc Fits standard 5" 4' mounting Frequency response 60-1 7 000 Hz We've Go ihe CRAIG Stereo System You've Been Wanting!! MILWAUKEE. (AP) - Undefeated Illinois, trailing by 11 at the half, rallied for a 69-68 college basketball victory over Marquette Saturday night on junior guard Craig Tucker's free throw with 56 seconds to play. Marquette, 2-1, had a 45-34 advantage at the half. The Warriors fell behind for the first time with 10:30 to play when Overtime Clinton to STANFORD (PNS) A determined Clinton team fought back from deficits all night long to take Olympia into overtime before eventually defeating the host Spartans, 73-62, in Corn Belt Conference action here Saturday night. Olympia had things its own way in the first-half as an eight-point margin in the opening minutes hold up through two quarters. The Spartans had a 38-30 halftime lead. Clinton's Tom Lamkin and Doug Sturgeon led the comeback in the second-half as the Maroons finally knotted the score at 60 with minutes left in the final period. The Maroons took control in the overtime period, outsboring Olympia, 13-2, on the strength of key free throws made after Olympia was forced to foul late. Clinton connected on 13 shots from the stripe and compiled a hot 87 percent mark. Darrel Hamblen led the Maroons with 24 points, John Hickman scored 17 points and Doug Sturgeon added 13 points. Scott LaDew paced Olympia with 19 points and Jeff Foster scored 11 points for the Spartans. Clinton was charged with 17 team fouls while Olympia had 18 called on Pacific Lutheran wins title in Division II TACOMA, Wash. (AP) - Safety Scott Kessler intercepted four passes and Chris Utt ran back a punt 84 yards for a touchdown Saturday as Pacific Lutheran defeated Wilmington College of Ohio 38-10 for the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics1 Division II football championship. 1 i VISA of 'You Can Wi Phone 829-1521 406 N. Main Bloomington Open Mon. 10-8:30 Tues.-Fri. 9:30-5:30 - Sat. 9 'til 5 6-foot-4 freshman guard Derek Harper took a pass from Perry Range and slam-dunked the ball to put the Illini ahead 56-55. The lead see-sawed after that, and the score was tied at 68-68 when Marquette's Artie Green bumped Tucker and sent him to the free throw surge lifts victory them. The victory keeps Clinton undefeated in the Corn Belt Conference through three games. The Maroons are 6-1 overall. Olympia is 4-3 on the year and 2-1 in conference play. Clinton 14 30 50 60 73 Olympia 22 '38 53 60 62 CLINTON Hamblen 10-4-24, Lamkin 2 5-9, Sturgeon 6 1-13, Billingsley 4-0-8, Hie man 7-3-17, McKinley 0 0-0, Mandrell 1-0-2. Totals - 30-13-73 OLYMPIA- Foster 5-1-11, Laden 7-519, Logsdon 10 2, Nichols 1-2-4, Keiser 4-0-8, Tomlke 1-0-2. Furman 2-1-5, Staples 2-0-4, Ferrenourg 2-3 7 Totals 25-12-62. Wauseca action Gibson City spills Westville, 77-57 WAUSECA Gibson City High School improved its record to 7-0 with a 77-57 whipping of Westville in a Wauseca Conference basketball game at Gibson City Saturday night. Dan Stinde paced the Greyhounds with 15 points, while Brad Sprau had 11 and Dave Kessler added 10. Westville's Blair Porter was the game's high scorer with 19. Gibson City controlled the entire game, hitting on 30-of-61 field goals compared to Westville's 24 of 59. The Grevhounds outrebounded Westville, 35-23. HOOPESTON-EAST LYNN had four players in double figures en route to its conference win at Paxton. Blaine Schwartz and Don Richey each scored six points to lead Paxton. EN This Sunday and Next 1 2 t for your Shopping Convenience appy Holidays from onie Bloomington, Always Do Better line for a one-and-one. Tucker made the first shot and missed the second, with the rebound going to Marquette. The Warriors called time and then worked for a final shot, but Oliver Lee missed a jumper with 15 seconds to go. Marquette had another chance when Harper walked with the ball with eight seconds left, but was unable to do anything before time ran out. The game showcased two highly regarded freshmen guards, Harper of the Illini and Marquette's Glenn Rivers. Harper and Eddie Johnson led the visitors, now 4-0, with 18 points each. Harper got 14 of his points in the second half, when Rivers, who finished with 14 for Marquette, was making several costly errors. Lee, a senior forward, led Marquette with 16 points. ILLINOIS W) Johnson 7 4-4 18. Smith 53 3 13, Holcomb 1 1-3 3, Harper 8 2-2 18, Tucker 3 2-3 8, Range 2 0-3 4, Leonard 0 0-0 0, Gritlin 2 1-2 5 Totals 28 13-20 69. MARQUETTE (68) Lee 8 0-0 16, Schlundt 4 2-2 10, Marquardt 1 0-0 2, Green 3 1-4 7, Wilson 5 1-2 II, Nyenhuis 1 2-2 4, Rivers 6 2-3 14, Marotta 2 0-0 4. Totals 30 8-13 68 Halftime Score Marquette 45, Illinois 34, Fouled out none Total Fouls Illinois 16, Marquette 16 Technicals Marquette, Marquardt, rim. A 11,052. Hoopeston-East Lynn shot a sizzling 63 percent from the field in the contest. Paxton scored at a 47 percent clip. Paxton lost the junior varsity game, 37-24. AT GIBSON CITY Westville Gibson City.. 8 21 39 57 18 37 57 77 WESTVILLE Porter 9-1-19. Scott 1-1-3, Toth 0-2-2, Ceader 3-0-6, Bratton 31-7, Cooke 3-4-10, Hathaway 1-0-2. Salter 0-0-0, Young 4 0-8. Linton OO-O. Totals 24-9-57, GIBSON CITY- Kyle 3-0-6. Kessler 4 2 10, Stinde 5-5-15, Sprau 51-11, Hendricks 3-2-8, Donovan 0-2-2. Bowen 3-1-7, Beck 1-0-2. Stein-man 2-0-4. Woodward 2 0 4. Wilmert 2-2-6, Ouinley 0-O-0, Garard 0-2 2, Boiler 0-0-0, Men 0-0-0, Fields 0-0-0 Totals 30-17-77. AT PAXTON Hoopeston-East Lynn . Paxton 29 47 67 82 6 16 21 27 HOOPESTON-EAST LYNN Malta 7 3-17, Carswell 10 2, Judy 7-1-15, Michael 2 4 8, Sullivan 6-2-14, Layden 2-0-4, Buck 1-2-4. Alien 3-0-6. Hartz 4-4-12. Totals 33-16 82 PAXTON Smith 1-0 2. Schwartl 3 0 6. Loschen 1-0-2, Zimmerman 2-0 4, Richey 3 0-6, Pilcher 3-17 Totals 13-1-27 2 Inc. at Winnie's" SATURN AUTOMOTIVE ssiyr& Hi iBirtfTiTfft iff rr r ..m ErtlT1rJi-a',''

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