The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 2, 1971 · Page 5
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Ogden, Utah
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Saturday, October 2, 1971
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BETLEY FIRES 67 FOR IDAHO TOURNEY LEAD TWIN FALLS (UPI)-Bob Eetley, Las Vegas, fired a one-under par 67 .Friday over the windy and .cold T w i n Falls Municipal Course to 'grab the first round lead of the 54-hole Idaho Open. Bunched at 68 were Al Jones, Montpelier; Lenny S t r o u p, Payette; Ken Sparks, Nampa; and Dick. Kramer, Salt Lake City. The low amateur in the field is Jimmy Packard, Twin Fails. The low amateur in the field is Jimmy Packard, Falls, with a 69. Tied with him are John Peterson, Caldwell; Clyde Thomsen, Twin Falls; Arnold Haneke, Boise; Lanny Nielsen, Midway, Utah; and Ernie Schneiter, Ogden, Utah. _^ •K&&$8$!&1^&&& . . m | • fl - _ I | I. Broncos, Weber Settle Lead In Conference Race Tonight •f mi_ vS"S SV'J.iSHr.S"'*!* X»* •*'..*»• •- ^ i»"6A.MW«\WWWWT"t .•.u u «..Y*Miw«mn-T« -. »™,v<~™~—~ •" 'BONNEVILLE HIGH halfback Gregg Johnson (31) plows around end for some tough yardage in Friday's Region One game at Smithfield against Sky View. In pursuit of Johnson is Sky View's O'Dell Speth. Bonneville won the game, 3-0. lakers Trip Bobcats 3-0, Hold Division Two Lead By DON WARNER [Bonneville defensive unit. D! Following a scoreless first noon, while -the Laker offense methodically chewed up chunks of yardage, but in the end. it was the toe of Paul Tippits that provided the margin of victory m- to.— __1;*- ^WA ii-1-L.T-i^rlvte* iintt'V was called upon for a field goal attempt. Tippits hit a "7-iron" shot over the cross bar and _. _ Bonneville was in business onJB on n e ville - ! remaining, Sky View recovered a Laker fumble and girded themselves for a last-ditch drive. But Bonneville's Layne Loveland intercepted a Bobcat desparation -pass to all but break Sky View's back as the clock tolled out a Bonneville victory. Score by quarters: the long end of a 3-0 score. near the end of the second _quar- Sky View Scoring: 0—3 0—0 ville with a crucial 3-0 Region One victory, on The win in Te ter and foTfee ftet time in the football Bear River Friday, is ngni oe- _._ 5 cl _^ ,;;„,, ^A +„ i >nvp hind the mark. Lakers with a 3-1 The defeat dropped Sky View into a Division One. 2-1-1, which . uLwyt^v<. v«v ••"••• . _„„ for first place in larger. _ stopped Sky View cold to leave the' field at intermission with that 3-0 lead looming larger and The Bobcats are deadlocks them Then in the third quarter, another blocked Martin punt again v i-i wTtidi ucouiw^Ao uiitm wuiA%.ji Mii^^ii^.-. „.„„.._,, £ --o- with' Logan, following the Griz- put the Bobcats in scoring posi- zlies' scoreless tie with Weber jtion on the Bonneville 20-yard Davis Beats Box Elder; Trojans Fall Davis High, behind an alert defensive unit, took a 21-0 non- league football victory over Box, Elder at Kaysviile Friday night., Halfback Ron Hovey got the 1 Darts on the Scoreboard with a j 27-yard touchdown dash. A two-' point conversion run failed and 1 Davis -held a 6-0 lead. • i Linebacker Brace Lloyd' picked up a Box Elder fumble and rambled 27 yards, for the second Davis score. Rick Huff ran over a 2-point conversion and the Darts held a 14-0 lead. The final Davis touchdown came when Roger Purdy blocked a Box Elder punt and Klaas DeBoer fell on- the -ball in the end zone. Parker Ward added that PAT for the final! 21-0 score. '! STAY WINLJE5S | Morgan High remained winless in Region Five play as it fell to Grantsville by a 12-8 score in a game played at the Morgan Fairgrounds Friday night. Following a scoreless first half, Grantsville scored a pair of touchdown to take a 12-0 lead late in the fourth quarter. Morgan finally got on the board on a 6-yard TD run by Scott Sommers. A Stan Rees to i Steve Gale pass was good for a \ Two, Teams- Tangle On Local Field Coach Tony Knap's Boise State Broncos invade Wildcat Stadium tonight for a Big Sky Conference battle against Weber State. At stake is the leadership to the conference football race. Both teams carry 1-0 league marks into battle in addition to putting unbeaten records'on the line. Boise State is 3-0 on the 2 Unbeaten Clubs Play At Dallas United Press International The Dallas-Washington drama season, while Weber State checks in. at 2-0. Tonight's kickoff will be tomorrow might After The Fall." be One titled, of the . teams will fall from graoe-the special grace of the unbeaten. Dallas is 2-0 and the Redskins are off to the same quick start under new head coach George Allen. There's possibility of STEVE VOGEL Boise State's 218-pound linebacker, is the nucleus of the Broncos defense as it tries to stop the Weber State wishbone offense tonight at 7:30 p.m. in WSC Stadium. OWfi lllt^. _ , T . , _ 4 - Bonneville — Tippits 25-yard 2-point conversion i.- ,., 1 TWnreran's rpfnrr] field goal. High Friday PLAY BALL CONTROL Bonneville, unable to mount | much of a passing attack be-1 back" cause of a steady rain and mud-, away dy field conditions, • chose toj play ball control instead and! this bit of strategy paid big dividends. The Lakers controlled the pigskin and the clock for the most part, and while this tactic was going on, the Sky View offense was frustrated by an aggressive and hard-nosed Rams Increase Lead; Hikers' Game Canceled Mount Ogden increased its lead to a full game in the Og-, den City junior high school football race this week as it whipped Mound Fort. 30-0. Runnerup "Highland missed a Morgan's record is now 0-2-1 in Region Five, while Grantsville is 1-2-0. In other Region Five play Friday, Union stunned Wasatch 20-7. and North Summit aind Park City battled to a scoreless tie. Eagles Outlast Dynamiters 9-5 KIMBERLEY, B.C. (AP) - Standard-Examiner, Saturday, Oct. 2, 1973^ Scots Floor Tigers To Hold Iron Horse 7:30 p.m. Next week, Weber will ' play its final night game of the season at home, facing Portland - State in a non-league contest. .. .In other Big Sky action today, ' Montana entertained Idaho and Northern Arizona hosted Drake • University at Flagstaff in a game designated as a league contest. In non-league play, Montana State was at home against Portland State this afternoon, and Idaho State plays I Eastern Michigan'State in the < mini-dome tonight; BIG DEFENSIVE Weber State's big task on : defense tonight will be how to ' contain multi-talented Bronco quarterback Eric Guthrie. The 6-1, 190-pound senior leads the Big Sky in passing with 33 of 87 passes for 500 yards and six touchdowns. Guthrie's favorite receiver is split end Don Hutt who has caught 15 passes for 204 yards and two touchdowns. In addition, Boise State has a fine ground game led by a trio of hard running backs, Gary Hpshaw, Pat Riley and Dan Dixon. . Coach Knap regards tomgnt s game as Boise's "biggest challenge" and is concerned aljout Weber's strong ground attack. Weber is averaging 378.5 yards par game on the ground from off its new wishbone offense, but the passing game has been almost non-existent. The Wildcats have •thrown the ball only seven times this season, completing three for 42 yards, POSSIBLE AIR GAME Tonight's game, however, may see'Weber State open its passing game for the first time. With talented quarterback Dale Mager sidelined for the season with a knee injury, the Wildcats are expected to use John Ed- always the t ,^—...... - _ tie of course, but ties don't count in the final at I standings.. This is an early- season situation that calls for a big win and each will be trying for that when they clash in the Cotton Bowl at Dallas. First place in the Eastern Division o£ the.National Conference is at stake; In other NFC contests, Sunday. Detroit (l-l) is a 7 point choice over Atlanta; Chicago (2-0), one of the four remaining unbeaten teams in pro football, finds itself a four- point underdog to Los Angeles (0-1-1); San Francisco (1-1) is a 14 1-2 point choice over Philadelphia (0-2) and St. Louis (1-1) figures nine points better than the New York Giants (11). COLTS PICKED In the AFC, it will be a battle of veteran quarterbacks John Unitas and Earl Morrall against rookie Jim Plunkett as Baltimore (1-1) and England (1-1) tangle at wards " with through the |tion on tne ijonneviiie ^u-yaro. Runnerup Highland missed a IVUVUDI^VL^-L , ^.~. \"± / i line, but Gregg Johnson's leap- c hance to keep pace as its game Salt Lake City Golden Eagles !-«• interception on the 5-yardj with Washington scheduled for i of the Western Hockey League again snuffed out the threat Thursday was canceled because downed Kimberley Dynamiters were able to go totheir game MOUNTED DRIVE Skv View mounted drive with". about five minutes left in jof the Western International Ogden, Steve Hockey League 9-5 Friday night " in an exhibition game before 1,- of snow. For Mount _ 0 __ , Faunce scored a pair of touchdowns, while others were run 100 fans. over by Richard Dixon and Ned Mickelson. Mickelson's Dennis Kassian and Bill In- held in a crucial fourth down arid two situation and once again Bonneville was out of the woods. Then with just three minutes Not BOB MAGEE the rain, mud or snow covered field, which soon, turned managed to dampen Ben Lo; mond's spirit Friday afternoon at Ogden Stadium as the Scotties sloshed to a 20-2 victory over-Ogden in the annual Iron House contest between the two schools. . Tlie Iron Horse victory was »" Clearfield Captures Victory Over South ByMELREISNER SALT LAKE CITY—Halfback Jacob Smith took the second half kickoff and raced 80 yards for a touchdown as Clearfield's Falcons nudged South 12-6 in a Region Two grid battle here Friday. Smith's bolt upped Clearfield's ante to 12-0 and proved the eventual winning margin in the contest, which kept the Falcons in running for the regional Division One crown with a 4-2 rec- :d. The winless Cubs, spirited but inexperienced, finally warmed a half-frozen crowd with a late tally, but saw their point after kick blocked and their work undone by Clearfield's early fireworks. " The Falcons started the contest impressively, moving 90 yards to score in 10 plays on (their first possession of the contest. FALCONS MOVE ord. scoring a 10-yard touchdown on the next play. deal-field's point after tempts were a game in themselves on the snowy field: both began as a kick by Brad Clifford, but both wound up withj holder Jay Cashmore chasing an elusive snap and passing the ball unsuccessfully into the end zone. South, which began the game by recovering its own kickoff after a line drive struck the leg of Clearfield's Steve Garrett, had to wait until the second quarter to record a first down and mounted only one serious first-half threat which ended when Cashmore threw sophomore Cub quarterback John VanderWouden for a loss fourth down. HIT SCOREBOARD Stymied throughout the third period, South finally got on the Scoreboard with four minutes remaining in the game after blocking Murdock's punt and re- ZS&S&ttSSS when he connected with ace receiver Doug 'Wilcox for 15 yards: a costly personal foul igainst the Cubs nurtured the march in another tense moment. Richard Castelli took care of things himself once the Falcons entered South territory, first flashing 35 yards through the left side of the Cub line and then Morgan into the line, then hit senior end, Blake Harper with passes of six and 10 yards for the touchdown. Score by quarters: Clearfield 6 South Scoring: Clearfield — CasleMi 10 run (pass failed). Clearfield — Smith BO punf «furn (pass failed). ! South — Harper 10'pass from Vander-j Woudcn (kick failed). Using its single wing formation, toe Scots proved far superior on the slipper surface. The Scotties came up, with several long yardage runs on its second series which started with a recovered Ogden fumble near mddfield. Todd Gunnell and Jerry Burnett did most of the work wifli Gunnell taking the ball into the end zone from the one. A run for two points failed. The Scottie defense then held Ogden near midfield and the offense took over at the 17 for another touchdown drive start- rag late in the first and winding up in the second quarter. A key play in that series was a 30-yard pass play from Gunnell to Brent Polvey, who demonstrated a decided knack for holding onto the wet ball during the game. Burnett scored the six points from the one and again the Tigers managed to stop the two- point conversion attempt. IN SCORING POSITION The Scottie defense again held the Tiger offense, tiias time to a net gain of one yard before the Scots started their third touchdown drive in the second quarter, this time from their own 40. A five-yard penalty stopped the Scottie drive at Hie.Ogden 34, and they punted on third down. An offsides penalty brought the ball back to the 44 where a pass was attempted and failed, setting up " "'and 12 situation. more frequency air. Edwards is New Foxboro, Mass.' The" Colts are picked by 10 1-2. Also, Pittsburgh (1-1) is given a two-point edge at home over San Diego (1-1); Miami (1-0-1) is seen as eight better than, the New York Jets (0-2) and Kansas City (1-1) is tabbed by 6 1-2 over Denver, (0-1-1-). In inter-conference tilts, Minnesota (1-1) is favored by 14 1-2 over Buffalo; Houston (0-2) by 10 over New Orleans (1-1) and Cincinnati (1-1) by 1 over Green Bay (1-1). Oakland (1-1) is given a chance to hand Cleveland (2-0) its first loss in an AFC clash on national television (ABC-9:00 p.m. EOT) Monday night that winds down the third week of the season. The Raiders are picked by three. ONLY 20 POINTS The Washington defense, which has limited its first two opponents to a total of primarily a passer, while Mager used his brilliant running for OFFENSE- Danny Leisure (170) split end; Rich Watkins (256) left tackle; Jim Campasano (254) left 'guard: Phil Howell (210) center: Dave Taylor (262) right guard; Dave Rhodes (223) right tackle; Steve Sprague 202 tight end; John Edwards 186 quarterback; Rick Bojak 194 left halfback; Jim Nichols 211 fullback; Gary Baltahzor (197) .DEFENSE- Gordon Baxter (220) left end; Bob Jones (206) left tackle: Don Ritchey (210) right tackle: Clayton Ah Quin (240) right end; Shane Mosher (191) linebacker: Randy McDougall (182) linebacker; John Smith (206) linebacker; Russ Lewandowski (186) linebacker; Dave Arslanian (176) cor- nerback; Randle Anderson 172 safety: Mike Mannott (175) cornerback. BOISE STATE LINEUPS BOISE STATE OFFENSE- Don Hutt (180) split end; Harold Grozdanich -(230) left tackle; Brian Sopatyk (240) left guard; John-Klotz (228) center: Brent Mclver (221) right guard; Arlo Decker (242) right tackier Al Marshall (180) split end; Enc| Guthrie (190) quarterback; | Gary Hoshaw (180) left half-. back; Dan Dixon (230) fullback Mark Duncan, (223) left end; M'ke Greever (218) left tackle; Doug Borah (230) right tackle, conference severely tested low—will be by a Dallas offense that has scored a total of 91 points in its first two victories, including 42 last week against Philadelphia. The Cowboys also have couple of other streaks going for them. They've won 15 of their last 16 games since the 10th game of last season and have taken the last sis contests with the Redskins.. Washington, on the other hand, is seeking to win its first three games of a season for the first time since 1947. And Dallas is 0-3 against teams coached by George Allen, who defeated the Cowboys while mentor of the Los Angeles Rams. A LOT MORE BASIC All of these fancy figures won't mean much once the real hitting starts, however. By that time, it will all get a lot more basic. Can Billy Kilmer, who had a fine-game in the 'Skins' 30-3 rout of the Giants last week, pass accurately against that .awesome Dallas defense that intercepted seven Philadelphia passes? _ 0-12 6- 6 *•<•"•&* I ^>Jtk.* "BEN LOMOND^' Jerry Burnett (25) is stopped by Mark Davis (34) of Ogden during Friday's Iron Horse battle in Ogden City Stadium. The Scots retained the horse with a 20-2 victory. ' • Burnett again went back to punt, but a low pass from, center made it impossible so he skirted left end untouched for 23 yards to put the Scotties on the Ogden 17. Seconds later Dave Taggart ran the ball in from the six, then passed seven yards to Jake Denes for two points and a 20-0 Scottie lead. Picking up another Tiger fumble, the Scotties took the ball to the Ogden one again, but a fumble turned it over to Ogden as the half ended. Score by quarters: Ogden 0 , 0 0 2-2 Ben Lomond 6 U 0 0-20 The scoring: . 5en Lomond — GunncH on« run !run failed). Sen Lomond — Burnclt one run (run failed). Ben Lomond — Taggart 6 run (Cents pass from Tagoart). Ojdcn — Safely. .L~'UUC ^jwitiii \— ™~s - -c» _ - r -_,Al Davis (245) right end; Steve a fourth Vogel (218) linebacker; Jonn Walker (215) linebacker: Ray YV airkCi- ;*<*v/ "" , • «• Rodriguez (198); Brett Staples (182) cornerback; Dave nh — (180) safety; Joe Larkm safety; Charlie Fields cornerback. Ober (185) (180) Kentucky Trips Carolina 111-104 GREENVILLE, N:C. ,(UPI)— Artis Gilmore's 21 points led the Kentucky Colonels to a 111104 victory over the Carolina Cougars Friday night in an ABA exhibition game. Kentucky, without the services of the injured Dan Issel, got 14 points apiece from Jim Ligon, Louie Dampier and Darel Carrier. 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