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Take 13-6 Win In Steady Rain Cyclones Outlast Fayetteville TIMESphoto by Ken Good) SLIPPERY GOING By GRANT HALL TIMES Sports Editor Capitalizing on the illness of Fayelteville's best player, Russellville extracted a 13-6 victory from the Bulldogs here Friday night. Rick Taylor gave Fayetlevilie a 6-0 lead with an 86-yard punt return, but he became ill at halftime and missed all but the final few plays- of the second half. "I think Rick .might have caught a couple', of. long passes for'usjn the secpnd'half-," said Fayetteville C o a c h Doyne Davis. "But he had a touch of the flu and his legs were wobbly, so we held him out until the. end." Taylor's re- m e n t , Michael Buchanan, dropped three passes in the game. But to give credit where it is due, Russellville gouged out a relentless 14-play, 65-yard drive for the go-ahead touchdown on its'first possession of , the .second half., Halfback Jim :'Knight gained-.:36/ of. the yards, including- the requisite amount on fourth and four at the Bulldog six. : "He's a 200-pounder," said Davis.- "We had him stopped, but he fell forward." CRABB SCORED Fullback Terry Crabb scored the touchdown from two yards out on the next play, and Steve Gibson kicked the extra point with 30 yards to, spare., .With 2:49 to play in the third quar- Vte'iv the Cyclones led-7-6.···'· '··':"·:'Fayetteville'. had ' only .'. five more possessions in the game, and cornerback Danny Jones stopped three ef them with interceptions. He nabbed the last one at the Bulldog 15 and ran it in for a touchdown with zone. Fayetlevilie had time only for a 15-yard screen pass to Taylor before the game ended. The Cyclones led only 12-11 In first downs, but outgaincd Fayetteville 175-135 in total offense. All of Russcllville's yards came on the ground. The only two passes quarterback David Weaver threw were intercepted. Fayetteville rushed or 97 yards and passed for 40, ompleting only three oM3. The rain which fell steadily iroughout the game accounted or/many of the nine fumbles rid five interceptions. Fayetle- 'ille suffered si* of the game's 0 turnovers, losing three of its our fumbles. Russellville lost wo of its five fumb'es. TOO MANY FUMBLES "I was pleased with our ef- ort," said Davis. "We played 'Ur hearts out. But you just :an't lose three fumbles against L good team. We kept them n the game by fumbling. To me," the turning point was when ve. failed, to go ahead 10-0 in he'third quarter."·; The Bulldogs took' the second- lalf kickoff and drove from ,heir 21 to the Cyclone 35 before quarterback Greg McClelland umbled and end Roy Yeager i to play, missed the extra ... is what Fayetteville quarterback Greg McClelland finds in Friday night's vilDSOn m , 55eu ule CAUll rainy game against 'Russellville. McClelland was held to 30 yards rushing and 40 po j n t,' but clinched the victory passing as the Cyclones won 13-6. by kicking off out of the end State Scores By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Blytheville 27, Marianna 8 Farminglon 54, Pea Ridge 0 Rison 13, Watson Chapel 7 Monticello 20, Dumas 0 I Pine Bluff 27, Sylvan Hills 7 Eudora 20, Fordyce 6 Jacksonville 21, Helena 0 Stuttgart 13, Marion 0 B e n t o n v 111 e 14, Siloam I Springs 6 Hot Springs Lakeside 14, · Searcy 0 Harrison 42, Marshall 0 ' ' McCrory 41. Heber Springs 0 Berryville 27, West Fork 0 Sallisaw, Okla. 12, Alma' 8 Mt. View 13, Oak Grove 6 Lake Village 18, Star City 7 Danville 30, Mansfield 0 : Atkins 41, Perryville 8 : Hot Springs 7, Fort Smith ·; Southside 0 .' Benton 28, Bryant 0 Little Rock Central 23, Little . Rock Catholic 22 ; Greenwood 10, Paris 0 Fouke 14, Dierks 12 Norphlet-14, Strong 12 Smackover 46, Stamps 0 Paragould 34, Walnut Ridge 0 Pocola, Oklahoma 8, Charleston 0 Texarkana 30, McClellan 12 Little Rock Russellville 13, Fayetteville 6 Ozark 36, Altus 0 ' Turrell 20, Manila 0 DeWitt 13, Hughes 0 ' North Little Rock Northeast 40, Malvern 6 · Camden 14, Dollarway 6 , Wynne 21, Brinkley 6 Trumann 13, Osceola 7 Jonesboro 10, West Memphis 10 Bismark 40, Glen Rose 7 -' Springdale 14, Rogers 9 Mena 7, Broken Bow, Okla · homa 0 Conway 12, Morrilton 6 Hamburg 14, Crossett 7 El Dorado 20, Norlhside 7 Camden Fairview 7, Ashdowi 0 Warren 21, McGehee 7 Arkadelphia 19, Hope 7 Corning 6, Pocahontas 3 Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sat., Sept. 21, 1974 Prairie Grove Defense Sets Stage For 16-6 Loop Win Over Lincoln P R A I R I E GROVE-The Prairie Grove Tigers used a hard hitting defense and two long offensive, drives to claim a 16-C victory from the Lincoln Wolves here Friday evening. The Prairie Grove defense forced and recovered six ' fum- iles and picked off three interceptions. Bill McClure, Rick Pershall, Mitchell Jones and Jackie Hulet were the ringleaders of that Tiger assault. Lincoln put the first points on the Scoreboard when a Prairie Grove punt misfired and put the Wolves in business on the Tiger Six. Four plays later Teddy Holcomb erupted over the goal line from one yard out. The extra point try failed,' leaving the Wolves .in front 6-0. / Prairie Grove roared right back, however, on a 60-yard Gentry Falls 7-0 To Fair/land FAIRLAND, Okla. -- Fair-land 150 rushing, but couldn't land, Okla. scored late in the develop an effective scoring first quarter after recovering a! punch against the Sooners. Gentry fumble and held on the. The Gentry defense nlaverl an drive that began immediately after the ensuing kickoff. Ryan McDonald did the scoring honors from 18 yards out a n ( Steve Moore added the two point conversion for an 8-6 lead REAL CLINCHER The real clincher came in thi latter stages of the third period arid_ early, in the fourth. A mis han'dled punt attempt again put Prairie Grove on defense and dangerously close to their own goal line. The Tiger defense however, rose to the occasion and kept Lincoln ponitless in four tries .from inside the Prairie Grove 10. From there the Tigers put recovered. That's when Russell- 'illo began its five-minute, five- first down scoring drive. "Hussellville ran the ball inside better than we thought :hey would," said Davis. Knight finished with 91 yards on 21 carries and halfback . Steve Womack added 53 on 13. For Fayetteville, the leaders were fullback B r i a n Ricks with 36 y a r d s on nine carries and McClelland with 30 on nine. Tailback Michael Jacfe son was held tq 13 yards on seven carries* -"-·''·"· · ··"'":* The Cyclones took the game's opening kickoff and marched from their 27 to the Fayetlevilie 21. McClelland, who played both ways for much of the way, stopped the drive by recovering f u l l b a c k Bryan McBryde's fumble. Fayetlevilie clawed back to the Russellville 39, where Ricks fumbled to Jones at the end of an 11-yard gain. When the Cyclones missed a first down by a yard,; Gibson piirited 38 yards to Taylor at the 14. " WENT WRONG WAY The wall was set up to the left, but Taylor set sail to his right and scored anyway. "He was afraid to come over to me after he scored," said Davis. 'He figured I'd bawl him out 'or going the wrong way. But Jiat's a good athlete for you. He makes things happen." Cornerback Tony Sutlerfield slocked McClelland's extra-point try, so Fayetlevilie led 6-0 with 3:28 left in Ihe first quarter. The Bulldogs threatened once more in the half, but McClelland fumbled at the end of an 11-yard gain to the Cyclone 19 and'"linebacker David Whitlow recovered. Russellville's two second- quarter possessions each ended in interceptions. Halfback Lawson Osburn got the first at the Bulldog 47, and tipped the second to Scott Mundy at the Cyclone 42. After being flagged twice for pass interference in the first three quarters, Jones grabbed interceptions at the Fayetteville 40/43 and 15 in the final period. The. Cyclones stopped Fayetteville twice on downs. Once, McClelland gained enough -for a first down at the Russellville 31, but a clip nullified the play. The other series ended when Arthur Budd failed o hold a low pass on fourlS and 13 near midfield. PUNT BLOCKED Weaver lost a fumble to linebacker Larry Atha in the fourtrj q u a r t e r , b u t Russellville ·egained its field position wheri end Bill Barton blocked and recovered a McClelland punt. Russellville's scoring drive was the only sustained march of the night, and it almost ended on the first play. Knight 'umbled after gaining 12 yards, but split end Mike Baker caught the ball in mid-air for four additional yards. Davis said linebacker John McCulcheon "reinjured his shoulder a little,", hut that otherwise the Bulldogs came out of the game intact. "Our program just isn't on its feet yet," he said. "We need a win. The kids are hurt tonight, because they know they played a good game." Fayetteville is now 1-2 for the year and 0-1 in AAA-West. Russellville is 3-0 and 1-0. If the Bulldogs win in the next tw5 weeks, it will have to be by. upset. Fayetteville is at home against Fort Smith Southside next Friday and against Northside on October 4. With Long-Range Plays SHS Defeats Rogers ·SPRINGDALE -- The Springdale B u l l d o g s took advantage of «wo l o n g fcoring plays to defeat a larger and stronger Rogers team 14-9 here on a wet Friday evening. Both .earns found the playing conditions less than ideal. In fact, t was mistakes, caused by the slippery ball, that led to most of. the scoring. Rogers · got their first big scoring chance when Springdale's Roger Penny was separated from the ball by the Rogers Mountie Defense. Coach Gai'v Bond's crew took possession at the Springdale 22 and moved, to the 17 before a Kim Sregory pass fell incomplete at he goal line. Reserve quarter- jack Dale Cooper lined up a make connexions with a David: close to the Bulldog goal line. r ield goal on fourth down but ticked short. Springdale set up shop on heir own 20 and on first down ightning struck. Penny,, after umbling deep in his own terri- ory, broke through the Rogers ine. picked up s o m e inter- erence blocking by Bulldog quarterback David Reynolds and scampered 80 yards for the "irst score of the, contest and nov nv-uit: UL ultv cuuLe^L 1IIU · _ , ,, F fh axmc, a 6-0 Springdale lead. Stacy Cox score ° E the game ' vas right on target with the | Cooper tried to kick the extra Berryville Cats Stop West Fork BERRYVILLE-- It's been a rough adjustment for the West Fork Tigers. The Bengals just this year changed from District 1-B to the bigger 1-A classification and to date have yet to pick un their hrst league victory. . T h e - West gork , bunch dropped 'another toughie here Friday evening, 27-0 at the hands of Berryville. West Fork won the opening toss but was quickly forced to punt. Then on the first play from scrimmage Berryville running back Bo Gustin scampered 68 yards for the game's first touchdown. Gustin ; ; also booted the extra point. At back Mark Zulpo to gain two]enough for a first down only yards and then watched Randy Bilderback failed as I to have a i i return the clipping penalty ball dangerously Reynolds pitch out. Rogers recovered at the Springdale 11. From there, quarterback Gregory got only one on first down but Greg Baker notched seven off a nifty trap play on second. Fullback Joe Smith REYNOLDS KICKED David Reynolds did the kicking chores this time and put Rogers at the Springdale 45. From there Dale Cooper, now at quarterback in place of an injured Kim Gregory, negotiat- nound tackle and ntvid Smith Bakcr and Dou S Mills - Co ° n * pound laCKlC, ana UaVia Smitn, f f , ri . mr-nmnlot*, noeeoe of a 229 guard, for Rogers' first point but Springdale blocked the fired two incomplete passes at the goal line a f t e r reaching the 15. ran once and then proceed/d to kick a 17-yard field goal for a Rogers 9-7 lead. extra point kick for a 7-0 first period margin. Rogers showed, as they did throughout the game, a very real ability to move the ball , the midfield -area. The Rogers behind 7-6 at haUtime. play to" perfection. Most Mmini.'e? tonk possession nfter oprmgdale fumbled again everyone was sure that fullback the touchdown and used Doug " r " " ( "? ! TMrd " ":1'^u·."·]« Mark Zulpo had possession of Mills, Greg Baker and Joe ?° r ?f r . s ^ t ltl | enE TM y , 26 ^ with the ball including the Rogers Smith to move smartly to the " """ " ' " ~ ~ ~ Bulldog 36. However, the visitors were thrown for a loss on third down and forced to kick on fourth. i o -- ,..~ tt ivuguia J-i i£au. , J °" lc , lals detected the It didn't take Springdale long Bulldogs offsides so Smith tried to retaliate. On a third-and-10 to slip in for a two pointer but I situation at the 50 quarterback was caught short, leaving] David Reynolds '-an the bootleg a first down. Springdale played defense. In the meantime, Rey- tough defense and with the aid of a motion penalty regained possession at their own 21. The Mountie defense played equally DOGS BACKED UP tough football and forced a Midway in the second period fourth down kick four plays Rogers proceeded to back t h e ' later. Dogs up to their own 17 with more midfield offensive romping and a good punt by Dale Cooper. Springdale used full- Steve Travis backed up to punt" but found his kick blocked at his feet. The Bulldog kicker picked up the ball and.ran-far nolds was hot footing it to the · Mountie goal line for a 13r9 lead. Cox'' second extra point of the evening set Springdala back in the driver's seat 14-9. Rogers, with time running out, went to air attack. Cooper found no open receivers and finally threw an interception to Tom McGetrick as time ran out ·in tlie contest. : together a grinding yard drive t h a t was finally completed in rest of the way to post a 7-0 non-conference victory in a defensive duel here last night, outstanding game, holding Fairland on downs seven times/Top defenders included Wally Mill' : The Pioneers kicked off to the sap and Randy Ransom in Oklahoma team to open the secondary, and Larry Crawford game, forced a punt and took at linebacker. Millsap also had the fourth stanza, finished off that a, one-yard touch"Moore again conversion over deep in their own territory. Gentry fumbled on its own !I5 vards rushing for the Pio- leers. Gentry had four players out 10-yard line, however, and Fair- witn j r j ur i es , whic h could have land took advantage of the mis-1 been a factor in the loss. take to score two plays later! three-yard run with two Friday the Pioneers will to Ozark Conference and Fairland made the lead stand up until the end of the game. Gentry drove inside the Fairland 20 on four different occasions, but fumbled away scoring opportunities each time. The Pioneers had 157 yards passing The TIMES I: On Top of The News Feven Days a Week! Prairie 'Grove finished the evening witii 239 yards rushing and 28 yards passing for 268 total yards. Lincoln managed 120 rushing yards and 115 passing, but 100 of those air yards came in the fourth period when Prairie Grove was playing prevent-style defense. Jackie Hulet was the leading Tiger ball carrier with S6 yards on 16 carries.. Teammate, Steve Moore added 76' yards on 13 carries. Lincoln will tangle with league powerhouse Berryville next week while Prairie Grove takes on West Fork. poin 9:37 left in the opening period Berryville led 7-0. In t h e second period the Bobcats scored again when Gustin ripped into the end zone from 10 yards out with 7:12 remaining before halftime. The extra point kick was good for a 14-0 lead that held up until the fourth period. DEFENSE JELLED West Fork's defense, led by Chuck Siebert. and Rollin Rollins,- jelled the third period .and, shut out the Bobcats. But in ttie''7durth Berryville added the icing to their victory. Bobby Harris added the third Bobcat tally with 7:10 left in the game but the conversion kick was blocked. Harris then finished the scoring with 3:12 left in the game on a five-yard scoring run. Danny Ivie booted that extra point for the final 27-0 score. Bo Gustin was by far the game's top offensive player. The Berryville "runner amassed 134 yards on 12 carries and scored two touchdowns. Duane Dunkle led the West Fork offense with 76 tough yards on 18 carries. With 40-0 Debacle Elks Drub Pirates By BRUCE STAPLETON Of the TIMES Sports Staff GREENLAND -- The mighty :ikins Elks .-- all 14 of them, ncluding coaches -- forged to 26-0 halftime lead and coasted le rest of the way as they ;omped the Greenland Pirates 0-0 in an Ozark Conference up- et here last night. · ·'· · A nifty ground game, coupled vith tough, hard-nose defense made the difference for. -trie Ilks, who got sweet revenge or last year's 38-0 defeat at he hands of the Pirates. Elkins scored its first touch- own early in the opening eriod after Mark Johnson locked a Greenland punt at the irate 15-yard line. Halfback ohn Bunch carried it in from ight yards out on the second lay from that point, putting he Elks on top 6-0. The PAT ttempt was no good.' The Elk defense stopped From 22-0 Deficit Against Catholic LR Central Comes All The Way Back By The Associated Press -Frank Merriwell finishes pale beside Little Rock Central. The third-ranked Tigers, down 22-0 in the third quarter, ' rallied for a 23-22 victory over · Little Rock Catholic Friday night. The .previous week the . Tigers spotted Pine Bluff a 16-7 halftime lead and won 17-16. ' Quarterback Houston Nult led the rally against Catholic, com- · pleting Ifl of his last 12 passes. '- He completed two passes for two-point conversions. The vic- '· lory kept the Tigers unbeaten in AAAA play. ; Top-ranked North Little Rock ·Northeast exploded for four touchdowns in the second quar- ; ter an.d whipped Malvern 40-6. ^Sixth-ranked Hot Springs' de' fense smothered fourth-ranked · Fort Smith Southside in a 7-0 ' victory. . Quarterback Bruce Hay led · fifth-ranked Blytheville to a 27,8 victory over Marianna. West Memphis, ranked No. 6, used n ; 54-yard pass interception relurn in Ihe final minutes to tie Jonesboro 10-10. Eighth-rankcc . Pine Bluff blasted Sylvan Hills 27-7 and ninth-ranked Fort Smith Northside was upset by Dorado 20-7. Second-ranked Little Rock Parkview whipped loth-ranked North Little Rock Ole Main 34-8 Thursday night. Catholic led Central 19-0 at the half and extended its margin to 22-0 on Fred Meadors' 27- yard field goal with 5:04 left in .he third period. Then, Central came back. Micahel Hall blasted two yards for a touchdown and Null massed to Robert Farrell for .he conversion, making it 22-8 late in the third period. Nult and Tony Dunnick teamed up on a 47-yard scoring pass early in the fourth quarter and Nult passed to David Hamilton for [he conversion. Danny Ray Robinson raced seven yards around right end for the touchdown that tied the score with 5:52 remaining and Farrell kicked the winning point. Andrew Love, who carried 11 limes for 120 yards, zipped 39 yards lo get Northeast on the Scoreboard and start the rout David Nutt scored from 3' ards out and Sieve Sink added wo short scoring runs to put he Chargers on top 28-0 at the lalf. Nutt gained 106 yards on 1 carries and Kevin Evans added 93 yards on 14 attempts. Hot Springs permitted Southside a'total offense of 15 yards. The Rebels did not make a first iown until Hot Springs was penalized for having too many men on the field on the next to the last play of the game. The only score came on a six-yard run by tailback Dale Marlow in ~;he first quarter. Hot Springs is the favorite in AAA-Central and Southside is the favorite In AAA-West. Hay ran 12 yards for one passes of five yards and four yards and added a 36-yard field joal to spark the Chicks. Jonesboro led West Memphis 10-3 with less than two minutes remaining when Jeff DeVazier retreated to punt. The snap went over his head and DeVa- zier's attempted pass was intercepted by Buckingham O'Dell who raced 54 yards (or t h e touchdown. Mark Spicer klcket the extra point with 1:45 re naming. Scott Irwin threw two scoring lasses and Laydell Jodan broke or 64 yards and a touchdown on the first play from scrimmage as 'Pine Bluff overpowered Sylvan Hills. The Ze- ras led 14-7 at the half, although they had run only 11 plays. El Dorado's victory over Northside was the first for new coach Mike Bender. The ,Vildcats spotted Norlhside a 70 lead and then came back on .wo touchdowns by Billy Joe \Iendehall and 36 yards to Terry Youngblood as Texarkana .vhipped Little Rock McClellan 30-12 in a AAA-Central game. Mendehall also caught a 72- yard scoring pass from Joe Bettis. Jacksonville quarterback Hollingsworth scorec Springdale and Russellville posted victories in AAA-West competition. Springdale's David Reynolds raced 49 yards for a fourth- quarter touchdown that lifted the Bulldogs to a 14-9 victory over Rogers. Tom McGelrick iced the victory when he intercepted a pass in the final minute. Russellville's Dan Jones intercepted a pass and returnee it 15 yards for a touchdown that cinched the Cyclones' 13-6 vie lory over Fayelteville. Russell ville led 7-6 when Jones made his interception. Jim Day of 38 threw yards scoring to Gary .hree touchdowns as the Rec Devils beat Helena 21-0 in non - conference game. Hoi ingsworth scored twice from a yard out and once on a two yard run. Bobby Evans threw a 33-yar: scoring pass to Greg West with 39 seconds remaining to give Class AAA Conway a 12-G yicto ry over Class A A Morrilton The Evans to West combinatio had worked for nine yards am a tying touchdown with remaining in minutes fou the game. Two other AAA teams picke on nonconference opponent and won. Forrest City defeate Memphis Tech 27-0 and Bento whipped Bryant 28-0. r e en l a n d on ossession, forcing its next a punt. tarting from near midfield, Elkins launched a sustained rive for its second touchdown. A wobbly pass from quarter- ack Mark Johnson to split end like Johns covered the final yards for the score. The xtra point kick, again sailed vide, leaving the score at 12-0, Elkins, with 10:31 left in the econd quarter. COULDN'T MOVE Greenland still couldn't move gainst the rugged Elk defense, ncl the Elks started another rive from their own 45 after after Greenland punt. Bunch ac ounted for most of the heroics, vilh the big play coming on a 36-yard sprint off a quick Gorman Ekes Out Win Over Roy Emerson LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Roy Emerson, playing in only his third tennis tournament of the year, kept Tom Gorman goini a little longer than he expected "I played as well as I could,' :he 38-year-old Emerson sai( Friday night after Gorman seeded sixth, puled out a 6-7 6-4, 7-6 third - round victory in the $100,000 Pacific Southwes Open tournament. Emerson, seeded 16th, won the first set in a 7-4 tiebreaker In the final set, the liebreake was tied 4-4 when a tirin Emerson dumped the ball int the net for the final two point that won the match for Goi man. itch from Johnson. That put the hall on the one- ard line and Bunch carried it ver for the touchdown on t h e ext play, capping a 55-yard rive in only five plays. This me the Elks faked the extra oint kick and tried for two, ut a pass fell incomplete, eaving the Elkins margin at 8-0 with 6:59 left in the h a l f . Greenland wound up deep in ,s own territory on the Pirates' iext possession. A hard Elkins ush forced Pirate punter "'ommy Shacklefdrd to make a uick retreat out the back of ic end zone, handing the Elks 2-point safety. That made the core 200, Elkins, with 4:46 left n the half. The Elks started on their own 2 after the free kick, with just nough time left to mount nother touchdown drive to fur-' ier pad their, ^nargin. Bunch ipped o f f . 10 yards on the first lay of the drive and backfield mate Robert Paschal followed hat up with a 17-yard gainer o the Greenland 24. Bunch took a pitchout for 14 ards to the 10, and three plays ater rammed over the touch- own on a fourth and goal from he one. The pass for two extra oints was no good and the Elks ettled for a 26-0 lead at half- ime. PASCHAL SCORES Elkins resumed its touchdown ·arrage early in the third eriod after recovering a fum- ile on the kickoff at the Grecn- and 27. Paschal recovered the oose ball, and also handled scoring duties with a 4-yard run or the touchdown with 7:40 left n the third quarter. The extra loint kick was no good, leaving ;he score at 32-0 Elkins. P u n t i n g problems again plagued the Pirates on their next possession, as Shackleford was unable lo get the kick off and Elkins took over, on the Greenland 17. Johnson took il in from there on a sweep around right end for the final Elkins xuichdown. Johnson also accounted for .he 2-pointer on a keeper lo push the Elk victory margin to 40-0 with 1:36 remaining in the third quarter. The fourth period was a de ,'ensive duel as both teams plagued by lack of depth, gra dually wore themselves down to the buzzer. The Pirates were never, able to. threaten seriously the entire game. Statistically, the Elks had a big edge, with 19 first down to three for Greenland. Elkin had 373 yards total offense, 35 of that rushing, while the Pi ales managed total offense. only 16 yar BUNCH LEADS Individually for Elkins, ths at-quick Bunch had 162 yards 19 carries, Johnson 73 on 3 carries, and Rich Ledbetter yards on 11 tries. Defensive ;adcrs included Johnson and aschal at linebacker, and Ray owell at tackle, although. Ikins coach William Alvarez rcdited his entire team with ntstanding defensive play. "What gave us the ignition," Ivarez added, "was Johnson's locked punt in the first quar? er. Also our offense really elled tonight and John Bunch efinitely established himself as Il-state material." Much of the credit for the ew look Elkins offense, Aiva- ez added, must go to offensive oach Ray Hamilton, who cams Elkins along with Alvarez ast June. Both Elkins coaches Iso had praise for Greenland's portsmanship after the g a m e. I've ever played a team who ·ere such gentlemen as Green- and." A|varez pointed ouC They're a credit to the school's' ntire athletic program." A big factor in the margin f Greenland's defeat was a ; nee injury to standout fullback nd noseman Dennis Caudle^ handle was hurt late in t h e irst quarter and was forced to it out the rest of the game. _·"- Elkins is now 1-2 on the sea ; on and after last nijtht's per-" ormance appears destined for ;s first winning grid season in he school's history. The Elks lay Decatur next Friday in lha Elkins homecoming game. Greenland is now 2-1 for tha cason afler two opening shut- ut victories. The Pirates will lay Gentry on the road next riday. Porker Cross Country Runners Top OSU 23-32 STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) -Cross-country runners from ths Jniversity of Arkansas took hree of the first five places Friday in a dual meet with Okr ahoma State University. : Arkansas won 23-32. Randy Melancon of Arkansas finished first over the four-mile course in 19 minutes, 8.4 seconds. Niall O'Shaughnessy of Arkansas came in second in 19:13, followed by Mike Pinocci ana Travor Vijoen of Oklahoma Slate, both in 19:23, and Sieve B9Ver of Arkansas in 19:31, ,~

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