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Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - September 5, 1979, Kokomo, Indiana 18 ftekema tribune Wednesday SfipK S 1979 Prep football records sfofs SCHOOL AfM ftcofn W L Call 2 2 i CUntofl Ctntrtl 2 1 1 t 1 Oak 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 Weekl schedule Friday Jeff at Kokomo NCC EMIOTI NotUiwMltm Weatern it Taylor MIC Cill it Oak HHI Delta at Tipton Wibnh Peru CIC Frankfort at Clinton Central Eaatbrook at Maconaquati MIC Canon at Frontier MWC Hamilton SE at TrtCantral RLC StHifdiy Munclt South at Haworth OC v Kit lot ON Dal NCC football itMdtogt 215 SCHOOL Loganaport Naw CalHa Richmond 2 j j j i Andaraon i Kokomo o Marlon o Lnt wtoka return Lafayette 7 Tarra Hauta North 6 Naw Caatla 27 0 Jay Co 28 MimcM Ct 9 Huntington It Marlon 0 Logantport 25 Peru 6 Richmond 21 F W Northrop 16 Muncie South 28 Andaraon 21 F W South 31 Kokomo 7 Frldaya schedule Marlon at Loganaport Lalayatta at Kokomo Naw Caatla at Muncla Ct ON Oaf AM AM AREA SCORING through Sept 1 Karry Murphy Ed Overatreet Ed Mamar Troy Raad Mlka Adklna Kavln Smith John Sarbar JaH Llnkanhalt Brian Farguaon Tay Tom Slmpaon Ron England Tay Sandy HHI Stava Carmln Orag Milla Scott Rouch Bob Oerth Mlka Davta CC Tony Cuahman Curt Hanry Doug Ogla Indlcataa numbar ol field goala kicked TO PATK 2PT TP County rushing leaden 4 carries par game avg Sandy Hill Don England Tay Eric Lambert Kavan Smith Greg Oliver Ed Marnar Jell Llnkanhett Grag Mills Tim Foster Brian Farguaon Tay Gollner Dave Jarrett Haw Roger Miller Haw Don Tomklewtci Waat Counl Dean Hill Jim Cameron Kyla OaFur Mlka Vyzral Brett Naadlar Tay Rick GrottxHiaa NW Ron England Tay Mark Howard Waat Brad Padlgo Haw Troy Raad Gary Klmmall Eatt Grag Johnaon Tay Dava Harrlaon Kok John Patera Tim Granaon Kok J UnKenhett NW Brian Farguaon Tay Grag MIHa Kok 16 29 8 18 6 16 5 11 5 7 5 20 3 10 3 9 1 4 AH 30 14 21 21 11 36 24 31 22 16 14 18 25 41 Vda 232 58 53 87 55 13 39 33 14 294 107 140 68 leg 124 138 66 51 68 86 140 SCHOOL Lewis Cass Taylor Easlbrook Maconaquah Northwestern Weslein MIC standings Conl Avq Avq Oil Del 320 0 270 0 270 320 Weekend results Overall ivq Oil 390 170 245 65 130 35 Cass 32 Western 0 Taylor 27 Northwestern 0 Eastern 28 Maconaquah 13 Vorklown 25 Easlorook 20 Friday s games Western at Taylor Easlbrook at Maconaquah Eastern at Northwestern Lewis Cass at Oak Hill SCHOOL W Range Line Conference standings Cont Avg OH 360 170 280 Del 70 60 0 Hamilton SE Clin Cent Clinton Pr Sheridan Westlield 1 TriCentral 0 I 60170 0 Hamilton His 01 7 0 36 0 0 Zionsville 01 0 28 0 0 Weekend results Clinton Cenlial 17 TnCenltal 6 Hamilton Southeastern 36 Hamilton Heights 7 Clinton Prairie 28 Zionsville 0 Northlield 14 Westlreld 7 Sheridan 53 Lapel 0 Friday s games Hamilton Southeastern at TriCentral Westlield at Hamilton Heights Franktort at Clinton Central Clinton Prairie at TnWest Zionsville at Sheridan Oil 31 5 US 170 I MS 22 S 6S 35 0 Del 10 S 60 70 0 70 21 S 375 170 Avg TO 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 County receiving Catchai Vda Avg 7 138 6 75 5 5 78 76 81 38 8 33 9 45 7 SCHOOL Frontier Caston Pioneer Carroll S Newton No White TitCounty MidWest Conlerence standings Conl Avg L Oil Del 0 40 0 60 0 180 80 0 I 6 0 40 0 0 I 80 ISO Weekend results Caston 18 TnCounly 8 Frontier 40 North White 6 Pioneer 33 John Glenn 20 Delpni 20 Carroll 7 Seeger 25 South Newton 0 Friday s games Carroll al South Newlon North White al Pioneer TnCounlK at Frontier Caston at North Miami CIC standings Overall Avg Avg 1 L Oil 1 230 0 155 1 230 2 65 j 10 2 30 2 70 SCHOOL OC Football standings OC Oil Off Avg 17 0 0 0 0 0 Def Avg 0 0 0 0 0 17 Carmel 1 0 Huntington 0 0 Muncla So 00 Madlaon His 0 0 Muncie No 0 0 Haworth 0 1 Weekend results Blackford 14 Muncie North 12 Shalbyvllle 26 Madlaon Hta 22 Muncla South 28 Andanon 21 Huntington 19 Marion 0 Carmel 17 Haworth 0 Friday schedule Huntington at Carmel Madlaon Hta at Muncla North Saturdays schedule Muncla South at Haworth Overall L Oft Avg 1 1 1 2 2 2 Del 120 Del Av9 I 120 HO SCHOOL Tipton Blacklord Elwood Peru Mad Giant Aieiandna Waoash Weekend results Tipton 9 Mississinewa 7 Elwood 13 Cathedral 12 Wabash 7 Manchester 0 MadGram 20 Ojk Hill 16 Logansporl 25 Peru 6 Blacklord 14 North 12 Pendleton Heights 21 Alexandria t9 Friday s Games Delta al Tipton Blacktord al Elwood MadGranI at Mississinewa Aieiandna at Yorklown Wabash at Peru Oil II 5 280 235 200 125 Del 95 60 60 155 225 105 Perry wants out SAN DIEGO AP Put Gaylord Perrys quest for 300 victories on hold for the moment The ageless righthander who informed the San Diego Padres 10 days ago that he wanted out has walked out vowing to retire if the club doesnt trade him They said it takes time I dont Terrible 10 think they believed said Perry 40 baseballs most success fulactive pitcher with 279 victories Perry announced Tuesday he was returning to his North Carolina home immediately and would give up baseball unless he was traded preferably to the Texas Rangers Seven game weekend OC teams in full stride By Dave Kttchell Tribune assistant sports editor After two weeks of virtually all nonconference activity members of the North Central and Olympic conferences begin fullscale war fare this weekend Only one league game has been played thus far Carmel beat Ha worth 170 Friday night but this weekends action should shed plenty of light on both races Despite a 106 opening night loss to North Central Carmel appears the teamtobeat in the OC It comes as no surprise the Greyhounds have not only won the league cham pionship every year since entering but have never lost an OC game Carmel coach Dick Dullaghan who just a year ago led the Hounds to the AAA state championship saw definite improvement n his teams verdict over Haworth Our execution was much better as was our hesaid Fri day after the Haworth game We dont have the talent weve had in the past but we realize our short comings now Weve grown up men tally You have to understand that this past week was very tough on everyone and tonight we played like a team that had been humbled We dont have the firepower weve had in the he contin ued But I think this team will get better in a hurry We just needed to believe in ourselves and this game Carmel played much like the In experienced team it Is stopping It self on several drives with major penalties totaling 106 yards on the night Still the Hounds totaled an impressive 415 yards and figure to be too much for any OC team Carmel which dropped to ninth in this weeks AP poll hosts an im proving Huntington team Friday night tests Warren Central the fol lowing week then catches Madison Heights and Muncle North the fol lowing two Fridays The CarmelHuntington game is one of three OC bouts on the week end agenda Muncie North hosts Madison Heights Friday and Ha worth does likewise for Muncie South on Saturday The NorthHeights matchup should be a fight between hungry teams The pair has combined for four losses totaling 17 points thus far North has suffered backto back 1412 setbacks to Muncie Cen tral and an excellent Blackford team while Heights has fallen to Pendleton Heights 2112 and Shel by ville Muncie South was soundly beaten by Blackford in its opener 420 but bounced back last week for a 2821 decision over Anderson The Rebels figure to give Haworth a solid chal lenge Saturday All eight NCC teams are involved Smiling winners These four picked up most of the hardware after the Legionettes completed their season The goodies were handed out at the annual league dinner Tuesday night Left to right Ann Phipps spring handicap winner Susie De Schamps second flight champion Barb Emenhiser first flight winner Glo ria Stine runnerup in the club championship flight Linda Browning club championship tourney medalist and champion was not present when the picture was taken Tribune staff photo Its contest time once again The Tribunes fearless forecast ers have drawn deep breaths and shined off the crystal ball in prepa ration for the 1979 college football season which swings into full gear Saturday As in past years the Tribunes panel of experts will offer their se lections in each Wednesdays edi tion and invite readers to offer their picks To enter simply name your 10 winners and predict a score on Pur dues Big Ten opener with Wiscon sin Mail the entry to the Tribune sports department at 300 N Union and make certain it is postmarked before noon Saturday Weve fattened the pot just a bit Winners will get a check from the Tribune and a winning entry which correctly predicts all 10 games will be worth Of course the winner has the dubious honor of joining the panel the following week Two panel members are making their debut today Dave Barnes a recent fulltime addition to the sports department and John Stow ell of the editorial department will join the crew attempting not to make total fools of themselves Last years cochamp John Wi les returns to defend his wellear ned title He and the guest fans fin ished deadlocked at 6941 This weeks list of games has its usual assortment of toughies The closest picks were Indiana over Iowa and West Virginia over Tem ple with voting going 64 in both Purdue was the only team to re ceive unanimous support 100 in its game at West Lafayette against Wisconsin Ball State was an 82 choice in its MidAmerican Confer ence battle at Miami of Ohio 1978 tlnal Handings Guest John Wttea Sue Talguiolt Bob wahert Kan fad Bob Ford Ron Sentnwi Rocchto Oava Kitchen Truman Power 69 69 67 66 66 66 63 62 61 67 Named BSD cocaptains MUNCJE Ind AP Ball States Cardinals have elected sen iors Rush Brown and Dave Wilson as cocaptains for the 1979 football season Brown a 6foot3 250pound de fensive tackle from Wagram was m allconference player last year for the MidAmerican Confer ence champion Cardinals Wilson a 5u 175pound quarter back from Findlay Ohio was all conference two years ago Terrible Ten Yng AIM Curt AtM Bob Aim John AtM AtM Ron AtM Yng Yng Jonn AtM AtM Ken AtM Coneeneue Your AtM Addreaa YeuogTeiM MM at In league games this week after they amassed a 106 record during two weeks of nonconference play Four teams show perfect 20 sla tes and two are ranked among the states top 10 in TripleA Alwaystough Richmond received a somewhat surprising number six spot in the poll after scurrying past Connersville 2120 and Fort Wayne Northrop New Castle meanwhile may into the role of the league favorite with convincing vic tories over Rushvllle 380 and Connersville Coach Mark Surfaces Trojans ob viously have done the job defensi vely and runningback Jay Ogle and quarterback Kevin Stephens have spearheaded the offense Ogle rambled for 174 yards in the Trojans opener and tacked on an impressive 116 yards on 12 carries last week Stephens connected on 12 of 18 passes for 106 yards against Connersville and added 33 yards on four running plays Neither New Castle nor Rich mond figure to have any problems this week with Muncie Central and Anderson and should go into their key matchup at New Castle on Sept 14 with perfect 30 slates Lafayette heads to Kokomo Fri day night with 20 credentials after knocking off Crawfordsville 2714 and Terre Haute North 76 and Logansport llkewsie stands 20 after victories over Haworth 137 and Peru Logansport takes on a Marion team this week which hasnt scored a point in losses to Elmhurst 120 and Huntington 1 i i i m Bob Walters I i Lets talk about some of the sur prises that popped up in area high school football last Friday night Taylors 270 thrashing of North western ranks right up there and so does Lewis Cass 320 job on West ern And speaking of surprises does anyone remember the last time a Clinton Central football team was 20 Taylor has developed into a rock em sock em football team under the reins of new coach Steve Dis ney and says the skipper the Ti tans could keep on surprising peo ple if they can just learn to hang on to the ball We played a whale of a defen sive Disney conceded but we still fumbled too It was numbhandedness that cost Taylor that 417 loss to Peru Against Northwestern Taylor coughed it up four times and lost it three We were disappointed with Disney said But everything else went fine I thought we were up mentally for the game and with our great field position we got right on track I thought personnel Dis ney continued that wed have an even game I didnt expect what happened They turned the ball over a couple of times though and we know what it feels like when youre behind and you give the ball away deep in your own territory Against Peru we were giving the gifts but last week we were getting Disney added Taylor has become a hard hitting team according to Perus Dick Byrd and Northwesterns Mike Black burn Disney commented I dont believe that you can really teach aggressiveness so you have to stress it all the time We did hit well Blackburn called it the most dis appointing game in three years as the Tiger coach Looking at the films there were only two plays when we didnt miss he lamented Taylor deserves credit though They are big and strong and will surprise some peo ple Its just too bad that we were the first Out at Cass its not like the Kings were supposed to lose but nobody thought theyd deliver a 320 wi peout Never one to gloat on a vic tory coach Dave Arnold is still talk ing about mistakes We survived our Arnold said But we made a lot of mental errors that we shouldnt have I thought our defense made it tough for them to get started Weve got some quick kids on the whole and we looked better against West ern than against Delphi Were showing that improvement week to week Thats all you can ask Western still may be wondering what happened Noted veteran coach Jim Plummer I know it sounds crazy to say this after get ting beat 320 but I didnt think we played that bad a defensive game They just shut down our offense 1 Their pursuit on defense was And the answer to the Clinton Central question is 1968 It has been 11 years since the Bulldogs started the football season with two wins And this week second year coach Bob Jarrett could get himself elected mayor of Michigantown depending on how things go Friday night against Frankfort Weve played them for 20 Jarrett said and have beaten them two times It will be a test for us Theyre 02 and we know they are thinking Were really going to heal against the Bull Frogs Theres no way their coach will be able to get them up to play Jarrett who put together the win ning wresting tradition at Western is a winner by nature Taking the Central job as his first head football position he gave himself two years to get its football fortunes turned around My wife told me two years wasnt long enough but I knew I could find out if I could coach foot ball in that Jarrett said On that 20 record Jarrett says Weve been playing good football Weve improved since a year ago because of the players attitude and strength plus the system isnt new to them We werent strong a year ago but we started lifting weights right after last season and its made a big Jarrett says junior fullback Mike Davis epitomizes the Bulldogs new found playing punch Hes the guy we can give the ball to when we need two yards and hell get Jarrett says Doug Ogle an all area basketball player is the quarterback and he has two excellent receivers in Curt Henry and Byron Padgett Powerful halfback Max Richey is responsible for clearing the way out of the back field Whether hes on the way to be coming mayor of Michigantown still hangs in the balance but hes certainly given the Bulldogs a well deserved taste of winning Sports transactions Tuesdays sports transactions By The Associated Press Baeeball National League San Olego Padres Named Jack McKaon aaalatanl general manager Hockey National Hockey League Chicago Black Hawks Signed Warren Skoroden akl goalie Montreal Canadlena Named Bernla Geoflrlon head coach and algned him to a multiyear contract Philadelphia Flyera Named Bernle Parent a goal tending coach Baakelball National Basketball Aaaoclatlon Cleveland Cavallera Signed Elmore Smith center named Morris McHone aaalatant coach New Jeraey Nata Signed Cllll Roblnaon forward Football National Football League Detroit Llona Signed Jerry Goldatayn quarter back and Ernie Jackaon detenalve back Neyv York Giants Signed Tom Neville ollanalva tackle and Dwlght Scalea wide receiver releaaad Todd Chrlatenaen fullback and Dan Fowler otfanalva tackle Washington Redaklne Signed Lonnle Perrln full back and John McDanlel wide receiver placed Ike Forte running tuck on the Injured reaerve Hat waived Krla Halnea wide receiver College Adelphl Named Laurence Keating aporta Informa tion director Pacers expected to sign NBAs 1st gal LOS ANGELES AP The Indi ana Pacers called a news confer ence today with Coach Bobby Leon ard team owner Sam Nassi and for mer UCLA AllAmerian Ann Mey ers who was expected to become the first woman to sign a National Basketball Association contract The Pacers also announced that Meyers would return to Indianapo lis for another news conference on Thursday The team will open train ing camp for rookies next Monday with veterans reporting Sept H A source at UCLA said Tuesday the 24yearold Meyers a 59 135pounder would sign a oneyear contract that is not of the nocut va riety meaning that she would have to try out for the team Meyers is the sister of Milwaukee Bucks forward Dave NJeyers Meyers a member of the Na tional womens team every year since 1974 and a player on the team that earned a silver medal at the Montreal Olympics in 1976 av eraged points nine rebounds and assists per game during her career at UCLA Playing both forward and guard she connected on 50 percent of her field goal attempts and 79 percent of her free throw tries By signing she would relinquish her amateur status and thus give up any chance of playing in next years Olympics Her brother was an AllAmerica for the UCLA mens team He fin ished his college career in 1975 as captain of the Bruins last NCAA championship team and has played in three NBA seasons He missed the 197879 campaign because of a back injury
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