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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, September 30, 1971
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Capital Dutchmen crush Central Lyon Tri State Conference by Jay Dorschner Reinders & Phil IjdJand NW Homecoming foe by Ed Mouw I Homecoming opponent naders this year is ' ColleS of Fremont, .. ln iast year's game Astern beat Midland the Raiders to come top, they will need a •ent effort from the pf- line and also good play the defense. North- Should be healthv with ^ pa ° y ers doubtful. The Raiders will try to extend their mastery over the Warriors to four games as Northwestern has won the last three. Northwestern will probably go with the same lineup as last week. The Raiders hope to take their first win at Homecoming, Midland is optimistic, however, and should have a better team than last year. Mid- land's '70 team had a dismal year with an eight loss season. With a new head coach things could lie different. Two outstanding individuals for the Midland Warriors are half back, Spencer Gilbert and tackle, Dale Wilcoxson, both of who were All-conference players last year. Midland was in the Tri-State Conference last year, but is not this season. The Maurice-Orange City specialty teams put on a show. of power Friday night as the Dutchmen smashed Central Lyon 30 to 0. The first quarter was a scoreless duol. Two Dutchmen drives were stopped abrubtly by Central Lyon interceptions. The Lions were unable to move the ball against the stingy defense used by the Dutchmen. At the start of the second quarter the Dutchmen put points on the Scoreboard by way of a picture perfect pass play of 20 yards, with the participants being quarterback, Tom Van Rooyen and Steve Woodard. Randy Lubbers kicked the extra point to make the score M-OC 7 Red Raiders pick 7 Orange City men Central Lyon 0, Later on in the quarter the Lions fumbled on a punt and the Dutchmen recovered on the Central Lyon 14. On the first play from scrimmage Brad Van Rooyen made two quick cuts behind blocking to score the second Dutchmen touchdown. After a five yard penalty on the extra point the Dutchmen faked the kick and the holder Brad Van Rooyen whirled and threw a perfect pass to Scott Dunlop who was all alone in the end zone for the two point conversion, No more scoring took place as the first half ended with the Dutchmen on the long end of a 15 to 0 score. The fireworks really started in the third quarter when Central Lyon was stopped deep In their own territory and was forced to punt. David Hulsart ripped through the line to block the punt and then fell on it in the end zone for a touchdown. Lubbers again added the extra point to make the score M-OC 22 Central Lyon 0. The surprises had just begun however because on Central Lyon's next posseston they wore forced to punt again, and this time Jim Rowenhorst broke through and blocked it and then carried it the remaining 30 yards for another score. Lubbers added the point and the Scoreboard read M-OC 29 Central Lyon 0. Lightning was about to strike yet a third time. On Central Lyon's next posseston the Dutchmen defense held and Central Lyon punted again. This time the Dutchmen fell back and set up a solid blocking wall and Woodard sped up the sidelines for his second touchdown of the night. Lubbers added the final point of the evening. The fourth quarter was a battle between the 20 yard lines and no scoring occurred. The final score read M-OC 3G Central Lyon 0. -V I Two former Unity Christian students _ are playing Jerry Kroeze, G'l", 185 Ib., linebacker for nlaved basketball, baseball and track at Unity. He Uccl 4 years in baseball, 4 years in track and 1 year jasketball. Jerry is a sophomore, majoring in Business IP tit ion i. Below another former Unity student, Glenn Bouma, 3 Ib 'linebacker participated in baseball, basketball, [ck and cross country. He was All-Conference in Jketball for 3 years. Glenn is a sophomore and is Boring in both Physical Education and Business. waw Northwestern freshman, Nicolas De Vries, 6»2", 180 Ib., defensive half-back and split end played football, basketball, track, and baseball for M-OC. He received honorable mention All-Conference in football. Nicolas was coached by both Fran Nieman and Gordon McKinstry. His major is Pre-med. I Another NW freshman, Doug Van Steenwyk, 6'2» , 180 Ib half-back participated in football, basketball, track and baseball. He was All-Conference in basketball and was also coached by Gordon McKinstry. Northwestern Raiders are coached by Larry Korver. The Northwestern team is a contender for the Tri- State Conference title. NW loses close one r majoring in Physical Education. rour former Maurice-Orange City High School lents are also playing for the Raiders. Their pictures Mr. and Mrs. Herman H. Van Engen of San Bernadino, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Fred H Van Engen, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Van Engen of Doon visited in the home of Mrs. Harriet Wassenaar and son. Mr. and Mrs. John Kalsbeek and son, Paul, from Sioux City were Sunday evening guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Stegink. Mr. and Mrs. John Stander went to Allendorf on Sunday where they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Eggink and family. by Ed Mouw Last Saturday for the third time this season, the Northwestern Red Raiders lost a close game as they were beaten by Dana 14 to 10. The game started badly for 'NW as on the first play from scrimmage there was a Raider fumble. Dana recovered the ball and promptly drove 28 yards for a touchdown and a six to nothing lead. Four minutes later the Raiders took the lead as Curt Krull hit Dave Meylink on a 66-yard scoring pass. Norbert Bradley added the extra point to put the raiders ahead 7 to 6. In the second quarter after a long Raider drive ended inside of the ten, Bradley kicked a 22-yard field goal to make the score at halftime NW 10, Dana 6. In the third quarter neither team could get their offense moving. Midway through the quarter Northwestern had a fourth down on their own twenty-yard line when a bad snap from center bounced by Raider punter Dave Reinke. Reinke picked up the ball but could go nowhere, and Dana took over on the one-yard line. On the next play Dana scored and also scored a two point conversion. For the rest of the game neither team could mount a scoring drive. One Raider drive ended with a fumble and the last one ended in an interception. So when the gun sounded '(lie s'cbre 'was Dana 14,'' Northwestern- 10. The leading rusher for the Raiders was Steve King with 27 carries for 98 yards. NW's passing was very inconsistent as quarterback Curt Krull could complete only 4 of 17 passes. On defense the leading Raider tackier was defensive back Ken Bahrke. Also high in defensive points were Steve Searl and Klwin Van Corp. In their next g-ame against Midland, the Raiders hope to break into the win column. Concordia won a 27-7 game over Northwestern, Wisconsin for their first win of the season in a game which also gave thehi a win in a game which counted on their conference standing. This tied them for first place with Bethel, both with 1-0records. Wade Kragel scored on a 13 yard run in the first quarter to give Concordia their first touchdown, quarterback Gary Schullz then threw a 13 yard touchdown pass to Kragel, Schultz kicked both extra points and Concordia led 14-0. In the third quarter Northwestern score'd on a three yard run by Kriehn to make it 14-7. Mark Mancell, Concordia's other quarterback then ran for a G yard touchdown run, and threw a 45 yard touchdown pass to Mark Wierffel and Schultx. kicked one more extra point to make it 27-7. Northwestern suffered their thiul straight loss by a 14-10 score to Dana College. This game also counted on their conference standings and made them 0-1 in the conference. Northwestern fumbled the ball on their first offensive play and Dana recovered on the Northwestern 32 yard line and drove it in for a touchdown, the extra point failed and the score was G-0. Northwestern took the next kickoff and quickly scored on a series that ended with a G5 yard run by Dave Meylink. The extra point was good and Northwestern led 7-(J. Late in the second quarter Northwestern made it 10-G on a 12 yard field goal by Norbet Bradley. No more scoring came until late in the fourth quarter when Northwestern was forced to punt on their goal line. Dana blocked the punt and recovered on the one vardline. and quickly drove it over for a touchdown. Dana then scored a two point conversion and won the gam? by 14-10 score. Yankton put its offense into high gear in a game played against Concordia College in Seward. Nebraska. Yankton rushed for seven touchdowns and had a 25 yard touchdown on a pass interception by Sam Cooper to add to the score as they won over Concordia by a 55-19 score. Les Goodman scored on runs of 14, G. and 11 yards and had a total of 152 yards rushing to give him a three game total of 3R~> vards. Chuck Smith also ran for three touchdowns of 30,6, and 6 yards, and Don Edwards also scored on a three yard run. Yankton had 403 yards In total offense for the night of which 312 was on the ground. Quarterback Doug Cummings hit on 7 of 11 passes for 91 yards. Westmar won the statistics totals for the third week in a row, but could not win the game against Lea College. The Ragles gave up three quick touchdowns to Lea at the start of the first quarter and then fought back to lose by a 29-22 score. Westmar had 327 yards in total offense of which 205 were on the ground. Lea had a total offense of 237 yards of which 117 yards came at the start of the game when they scored on a run of 4G yards, and the next time they got the ball they had a run of 04 yards to the seven yard line and then scored on a seven yard pass play. Westmar then held Lea to G first downs for the game and gained 19 themselves. The Eagles had two more opportunities to move the ball in to score late in the fourth quarter and could not get the drive started. Bethel lost a game to Northland. Wisconsin, 28-0 to make their season 1-2. Northland scored a touchdown in each of the four quarters and stole five Bethel passes to give them the win, Northland won a gam? last W eek over Maranatha Baptist Bible College of Watertown. Wisconsin, which is just starting football by a 92-0 score in a game stopped after three quarters. Northland was also inahigh scoring game in their opener when they lost to Michigan Tech by a 54-0 score, Sioux Falls also remained winless with a 0-0 tie with Midland College. Sioux Falls had several chances to score, but were unable to sustain a drive when they were in Midland territory. Midland's deepest penetration was the Sioux Falls 27 yard line and Sioux Falls drove to the Midland G yard line in the fourth quarter after intercepting a pass on the Midland 41 yard line. They were stopped at the six yard line and missed a field goal from the six yard line which would have given them a. win. School Bethel Concordia NW Sioux Falls Westmar Yankton Conference Overall Points Opponents 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-0 1-2 1-2 0-3 0-2-1 0-2-1 2-0-1 41 47 31 14 48 92 69 50 49 62 58 33 A man. gun in hand, ordered the pilot of the airliner: "Take this plane to Miami' I'm staying in the cockpit until you do,' 4 "But we are scheduled to startled fly to Miami." pilot replied. "I know." said the gunman. "So were the last two planes I boarded. But they ended up in Havana. I'm taking no chances this time." HOMECOME ('of... HOMECOMING W W ^^^ ^ ™_____^_^ _.« u A^i* u ^u^^^>ru<u'S_^u»w' n w*««"<M' B < :^^~S-^J^»««S»««^S«»"^-i'^-^ .^^^_— -~ Friday, Oct. 1 ictei •suits were Dave Meylink, a senior is 5 1 i for NW. He went out for .... • n ~ nnr <, in Wts. Dave has received All-Conlernco nonois in tball, basketball, baseball and in College. He is yslcal Education major. Nor cS er " RAIDERS VS Midland Saturday Oct. 2 1:30 p.m. GAME TIME Another senior, Steve King, li'lO" 18* >1.. ert lve halfback. He played football, la**?"* !, ' at M-OC, lie received All-NW Iowa foo«"" e ai M-UC. He received AM-"" •"••• ars year, AlUConference both junior aw sonto >e ^s been an All-Conference College play r 101 sophomore and junior years, His major Is ^' a e coached lij "an -"iiiumore ana junior year** '"= •••-•>••- . . , ""ation. Doth Dave and Steve were coached b> teman. NORTHWESTERN COLLEGE FIELD M-OC DUTCHMEN vs Rock Valley • ^/Gametime: 7:30 p.m. • Northwestern College Reid • Admission: Adults $1°° Grade & H.S. 50 C 4th grade and below free If accompanied by an adult admission. a lot of expel'- with a bad rase of ["„ J 1 ^Hh "this ailment. Is that nt to thfc doctor, rieh'f" , tried a lot of doctors «<YPS I li;we," said the docs of. them could help fnr ,,,' farti I've suffered from ••'' "So my friend J" , nusP ir for the past twenty, you, He said ADMISSION: Adults, $2,00 jr. High thru College, $1.00,1st thru 6th, 500 Coronation 2:00 p,m, at the new M-OC auditorium Pep Rally downtown 3:15 at stoHite corner Queen & Court will be presented at half time •ee you, He said „ Sept ember 30,1971 JX COUNTY CAPITAL, Thursday, Sentem

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