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October 7, 1971

The Sioux County Capital from Orange City, Iowa · Page 7

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Dutchmen clobber Rock Valley Steve King blocks for Curt fcinv on Saturday, October 2. Krull's pass during Northwestern's Homecoming IW raps Midland 27-6 By Jay Dorschner and Phil Reinders The Maurice-Orange City Dutchmen capitalized early on a Rock Valley mistake, arid then controlled the rest of the game enroute to a 37 to 12 triumph over the Rock Valley Rockets. The first quarter opened with the Dutchmen kicking off to the Rockets. The Rock Valley return man had trouble handling the kick and was tackled at his own two yard line. On the second play from scrimmage quarterback, Mark Llaboe dropped back to pass, but all of his re- ceiers were covered and he was tackled in the end zone by Jim Rowenhorst and Larry Wielenga for a safety. This put the Dutchmen ahead 2 to 0. After the safety Rock Valley kicked off from its own 20 yard line and Brad Van Rooyen returned the kick 60 yards for a touchdown behind a fine wedge of blockers. Randy Lubbers kicked the extra point and M-OC led 9 to 0 before the offensive team had even touched the ball. The tough Dutchmen defense held the Rockets, and later on in the same quarter the Dutchmen drove for another touchdown, capped off by Brad Van Rooy- ans 4 yard touchdown run. The extra point kick failed and at the end of the first quarter M-OC led Rock Val- By F.fl MOUW their fourth game of the |on the Northwestern foot- ipam finally recorded ,• first win of the season. Ipaiders beat Midland 27-6 ihorrwroming triumph. NW the Scoreboard early gamp when Steve King, [nd ' good blocking, ran ,> yards for the touchdown. |eir next possession of the Northwestern scored n ss Curt Krull passed l.ivi? Meylink with the play inn 74 yards. Norbert py kicked the extra point. second quarter neither |i was able to score and the with NW leading on the Raider 30 yard line as Ken Bahrke, junior corner- back, intercepted a pass and returned it 70 yards for a touchdown. Bradley then kicked the extra point to end the Raider scoring. The fourth quarter was highlighted by a 99 yard touchdown drive by Midland to make the final score 27-6. For the game the Raiders leading ground gainer was Steve King. He gained 126 yards in 27 carries. The leading tackier on defense was Steve Searl with Elvin Van Gorp close behind. The Raiders next game is against Sioux Falls College in an afternoon contest at Sioux Falls at 1:30 P.M. Raiders will meet Sioux Falls Sat. in 5th game of season By Ed Mouw The Northwestern football team will travel toSioux Falls, South Dakota on October 9 to play their fifth game of.the year. The Raiders will play Sioux Falls College at Howard Wood Stadium with the game starting at 1:30 P.M. Sioux Falls has a small squad which has failed to win a game this year although they did manage a scoreless tie with Midland College. Last year SF lost to the Raiders but they have a new coach this year. The South Dakota team plays a lot of underclassmen and is short of experience. One of Sioux Falls strong points is their defensive backfield led by Pat and Bob Garry. Their offense is led by another Garry with Mike at quarterback. A good freshman back for the Braves is Frank De Boer. Although they have no wins to their credit, Sioux Falls should provide a good game for the Raiders. Northwestern has been hit with injuries which sidelined Bob Reynolds, Cornie Wassink, Mitch Bengard and Doug Van Steenwyk last week. Bengard should be back this week but the others are doubtful and will probably not see action. Northwestern needs to win this game to get back in the conference race. They, have one conference loss. ley 15 to 0. The second quarter was all purple and white again as the Dutchmen put together two scoring drives. The first drive ended in an 11 yard touchdown run by Doug De Haan, and the second was scored by Brad Van Rooyen on a three yard run. Lubbers kicked the first extra point and Brad Van Rooyan ran for the two point conversion. This ended their second 15 point quarter and at halftime the Dutchmen led 30 to 0. Rock Valley bounced back in the third quarter after driving 70 yards for a touchdown. The scoring play was a 5 yard touchdown pass from Mark Liaboe to Larry Boeve. The pass for the two point conversion failed, and now Rock Valley trailed 30 to 6. The Dutchmen scored again on a 60 yard scoring march. The big plays were two passes completed by Tom Van Rooyan. The first went to Steve Woodard for a 25 yard gain, and the second went 37 yards to Scott Dunlop for the Siouxland Conference Boyden-Hull's Comets, coached by Allen Klemme took sole possession of 1st place in the Siouxland Conference race by beating Central Lyon 22-0 Friday night while coach Dennis Eckhoff's George Bluejays took their first defeat at the hands of the West Lyon Wildcats of coach Gary Breitag 15-0. Sharing 2nd place with George and West Lyon are Maurice-Orange City, 37-12 winners over Rock Valley, and Sioux Center who stopped Akron 40-8. The standings: touchdown. Lubbers kicked the extra point and the score stretched to 37 to 6 with the Rockets on the short end. The final touchdown scored by Ror.k Vallpy CiimS'hl the fourth quarter aftor ft Dutchmen punt was blocked. Rich Wp.ssollnk scored on a 3 yard run and attain tho pass for tlw two point conversion f;iti- ed. The final score read M-O~ 37 Rock Valley 12. M-OC in- First Downs 7 7 Yards Rushing 78 80 Y:irds Passinp: 123 28 Total Yards 201 117 Per Gatno 230.7 137.3 Passing 7-10 2-20 Passes Int. 0 1 Punting n-31.29-22.r, Fumbles Lost 1 I Yards Pen. fil '<' Rushing-Doug Dellaan 19rnr- ries for 91 yards Northwestern's Dave Hector. flanker backs, left to right: Phil Ramsey, Dave Meylink and Dutchmen JVs lose to Rock Valley 12-18 Boyden-Hull (4-0) George (3-1) M-OC (2-2) Sioux Center (3-1) West Lyon (3-1) Rock Valley (1-3) Akron (0-4) Central Lyon (0-4) Games this week Central Lyon at Boyden-Hull at George, Maurice-Orange City at West Lyon, and Sioux Center at Rock Valley. L 0 1 1 1 1 2 3 3 include: Akron, W 3 2 2 2 2 1 0 0 By Jay Dorschner & Phil Reinders A large crowd from the M-OC area witnessed a very close and controversial game at Rock Valley Monday night as the Dutchmen lost, 18-12. The first quarter went scoreless until M-OC got the ball for the third time on their own 30 yard line. Then, on the next play, Jim Siebersma threw a perfect 70 yard touchdown pass to Darwin Vermaat to give M-OC the lead, C-0. The extra point failed. Rock Valley would not be out-done though. Just before the first quarter ended they put six points on the board with a 45 yard touchdown pass to tie the score. Brad Roos blocked the pass for the Rock Valley extra point to keep the score 6-6. As the second quarter started the Dutchmen started another drive. After three first downs Siebersma threw a 24 yard pass to Verm.iat to top "off the 54 yard touchdown drive. The extra point again failed for the Dutch. Rock Valley, then tried to get a tirivp started but it was stopped abruptly when Gary Brumels intercepted a Rocket pass. But M-OC couldn't get a drive going either and gave Rock Valley the hall on their own 38 yard line. The Rockets then got their drive going with a long pass all the way to the M-OC 26 yard line. The next play they gained 22 yards to the (Continued on page 8) second half started with fihwestprn kicking to Mtd- . On a Midland fumble the lers got the ball in good J position. After a 17 yard tevp King, Curt Krull, fe'il from the one. Bradley id the point to make the P 20-0. Aftor this score awl liccan to move the Their drive was halted NW STAT. MIDLAND 12 First downs 137 yds. rushing 177 yds passing 314 total yds 9-24-1 passing 9-268 punts 2 fumbles 25 yds. pen. 8 145 104 249 6-22-1 9-277 2 25 7 State Conference Football ftnktnn College picked up •first conference win of [season with a 09-6 win winlpss Sioux Falls. The puts Yankton into a three III'' with Bethel and Con- jja with each team being Bn conference play, lor all Yankton is 3-0-1 •Sioux Falls is 0-3-1. Les pin ol Yankton carried |lall 19 times for 329 and three touchdowns i increased his total yard- jjolH yards in four games, icordia had an easy time loir 50-0 win overMaran- [ College which is a team in football for the , The half time score [34-0. Paul Roth ran for ' touchdowns and the two 'onlia quarterbacks Mark :ell and Gary Schultz each able to move the team they were calling the pis, M.incell threw for ' touchdowns and Schultz t tor one. lost its third game season with a 19-10 o Wisconsin State Uni- y, River Falls, Wiscon- i Bethel had a 10-0 lead half after Dave Asp Punt return back 87 Bethel before that had 1 a 3-0 lead when one of f defensive players picked i 'umnle and ran it from field down to the W.S.U, line. Bethel was un- In score and had to settle for a field goal from the two yard line. Northwestern broke into the win column for the first time this year with a 27-6 homecoming win over Midland, Twice Northwestern socred on long yardage plays when Dave Meylink scored on a 74 yard pass from Curt Krull and Ken Bahrke scored on a 70 yard pass interception. Westmar College again won the statistics battle, but could not pick up a win as they lost to Dana by a 20-13 score. The Eagles put on a fine fourth quarter rally but it was not enough. At th start of the last quarter the score was 20-7 in favor of Dana. Then defensive halfback Jim Singleton knocked the ball loose from a Dana ball carrier and ran 15 yards for a touchdown. After the kickoff, Westmar held and Dana punted the ball to the Westmar 43 yard line. The Eagles quickly drove to the Dana one yard lino, but could not score. Dana rould not move the ball and had to punt with fourth down on their own one yard line. West- mar blocked the punt and ended up with the ball on the Dana 20 yard lino. 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