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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 21, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Odar Rapids Gazette: Sat., Sept. 21, 19742 OTs, Jeff Wins 21-20; Wash Upset 28-27 Chuck Johnson (17, right) was a into a third overtime. 2nd Straight One - Pointer For Kennedy iStatistics First Downs ............ **5°' Yards Rushing ......  158    135 Yards Passing .......... 102    64 P«*es ..................5-12-1    5-13-1 Punts-Avg. ..........  3.32    5 26 fumMasTjOtt  ........ 3    I Yards Penalized .....  30    50 SCORE BY QUARTERS Kennedy ..............7 0 0 0 7 6—20 Jefferson ..............0 0 0 7 7 7—21 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Kennedy:    TD—Wick Bertelli (20, run), Ken Kramer (14, .pass from Jud Coleman), Rocky Dales (17, pass from Coleman); XP—Chuck Johnson 2( kicks). Jefferson: TD — Fred Stocker (2, run), Bruce Feuerhelm (IO, run), Randy Jacobson (IO, run); XP— Stocker 3 (kicks). By AI Miller Jefferson high maintained its hold on a share of first place in the Mississippi Valley conference football race Friday night with a stunning 21-20 double-overtime victory over Kennedy at Kingston stadium. The heart-stopping win before a crowd of about 6.000 put Jeff’s league record at 2-0, the same as Iowa City high, and left winning coach Jack Fisk in awe. ‘‘That was some experience!” offered Fisk, whose J-Hawks were involved in an overtime for the first time. ) “That's really an exciting way to win. “What is fantastic is that both teams scored so easily after the regulation game was so tight.” The “regular” game was 7-7. Jeff, which trailed for three . quarters, tied it in the fourth    blitzed    Western    Dubuque period, then missed an oppor- for 35 first-quarter points and tunity for early victory when an went on to claim its third foot- 18-yard field goal attempt failed ban victory of the season, 48-0. with only three seconds remaining. The high school overtime rule allows each team four downs in which to score from IO yards out and the J-Hawks didn’t jack around when it was their calling. They scored on first down in both overtimes. Bruce Feuerhelm got the first touchdown on a sweep around the left side and Randy Jacobson tallied the second over right tackle. Fred Stocker kicked the extra points for the margin of victory. Kennedy, which held every statistical advantage except for the final score, countered in the overtimes with Jud Coleman firing scoring strikes of 14 yards to Ken Kramer and 17 yards to Rocky Dales. They were in second- and third-down situations, respectively. Chuck Johnson booted the first point-after, but his second was wide to the right and that By Mark Dukes was il-    I    VAN    HORNE - Cedar Rapids It was the second straight 21-,prairie sported an explosive 20 loss^ for Kennedy and left rushing attack in grinding out 241 yards and 13 first downs on Turner Shines in Loss to Hempstead DUBUQUE—Despite a brilliant performance by running back Milton Turner, Cedar Rapids Washington dropped its first football tilt of the 1974 season Friday night to Dubuque Hempstead, 28-27. The shocker dropped Wash, which is currently rated no. 2 on the AP grid poll, into a tie with Hempstead for third place in Mississippi Valley conference play. Each club had a 2-1 record. Statistics First Downs ........ Wash Hempst, 15 IO Yards Rushing ..... _____ 126 172 Yards Passing 31 29 Passes 2-9-1 2-4-0 Punts-Avg, ....... 5-38 0 6-27 8 Fumbles Lost ...... 0 Yards Penalized ... 20 41 SCORE BY QUARTERS Washington ................14    0 7 6—27 Hempstead ..................6    8 8 6—28 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Wash: TD — Milton Turner (35, 57, runs); Steve Blood (I, tumble recovery), Bill Davis (I, run); XP—Rob Schladetzky 3 (kicks). Hempstead: TD — Jeff Bottoms 2 (90, 92, kickoff returns); Tom Rusk 47, run); Jim Hasken (24, pass from Rusk); XP—Bottoms (run); Greg Merritt (run). scoring ramble of the third quarter hack because of infraction. bis late in was called an offside -Gazette Photo by Tom Merryman When a Kicker's World Becomes a Lonely One While Jefferson players whooped it up following their 21-20 win over Kennedy in two overtimes Friday night at Kingston stadium, Kennedy kicker lonely sigh1. Johnson, who earlier booted two conversions, had just missed the attempt that would have sent the game Regis Hits Enjoys Quick 48-0 Sports 2Basilics Blitz EPWORTH - Cedar Rapids Statistics W. Dub. Regis here Friday night. Halfback Kurt Downey got the Royals off to a rolling start on the opening play of the game with a 50-yard jaunt to paydirt, Dave Marshall’s first of six First Downs .......... 7 Yards Rushing ......... 66 Yards Passing   ..... 32 Passes ..................2-19-3 Punts-Avg..............5-37.3 Fumbles Lost .......... 2 Yards Penalized ....... 60 SCORE BY QUARTERS Reqis ............  35    7    6 •western Dubuque    OOO INDIVIDUAL SCORING Regis: TD—Kurt Downey 2 (50 run, 20 Interception), Dave Brost 2 (8, 2 run), Pat Quinn (SI pass from Tom Faqan), Kevin Kreqel (7 run), Marty Stanley (I run), XP—Dave Marshall 6 (kicks). ■ 17 236 117 4-6-0 1-29 2 50 0-48 O- 0 seven yards out. Fagan’s 30-yard pass to Quinn set up the score. With seconds remaining in the initial stanza, Quinn intercept ed an errant Dubuque pass and ran 47 yards to the West 25 yard line. Two plays later Dave Brost tallied from the eight to cap Regis’ first-period scoring. Regis coach Tom Good pulled his starters after the high-scor- xtra points was good to give t0°k the handoff from quarter- ing first quarter. Brost tallied back Tom Fagan and    scam-    his second    touchdown    of    the pered 31 yards to a first down at Sam<\on a two-yard run in the midfield    second period. The Royals ‘    .    ,    capped their scoring when re- After Downey was thrown for serve Marty stanley plunged a one-yard loss, Pagan hit end over jrom one in t^e ^jrd on the 20-yard line and scam-    Pat Quinn with a 51-yard    touch-    quarter pered into the end zone un-    down aerial that put the Royals    ftegjs    eround    out 236    yards    in touched. Marshall’s kick    out in front 21-0, after    Mar    ' made it 14-0.    *    shall’s third kick. Regis an early 7-0 lead Downey!* second touchdown of the contest came on Dubuque’s first series of downs. He snared a stray Dubuque pass After the ensuing kickoff, Dubuque was forced to punt, and Regis gained possession on their own 19 yard line. Jim Kalisch Regis wasted no time in upping the count to 28-0 on the next series of clowns with Kevin Kregel scoring from the contest, with Downey claiming game honors with 51 yards in three carries. Regis now pre-pares for next Thursday’s match-up with city rival Prairie. PREP FOOTBALL C.R.-Marion Jeff 21, Kennedy 20. Hempstead 28, Wash 27. Prairie 31, Benton Comm. 14. Regis 48, W. Dubuque 0. Linn-Mar 21, I C. Reqina 0. Independence 2). Marion 14. Beckman 22, LaSalle 12. Mississippi Valley Jeff 21, Kennedy 20. Hempstead 28, Wash 27. Bettendorf 21. I.C. West 13. Iowa City 42, Muscatine 0. Dub. Senior 12, Clinton 6 Wamac Independence 21, Marion 14. Maquoketa 35, West Delaware 7. Tipton 20, Anamosa 6. Vinton 26, Monticello 8. East Central Iowa Prairie 31, Benton Comm. 14. . Linn-Mar 21, I.C. Regina 0. Beckman 22, LaSalle 12. Tri-Rivers Mag. Valley 20, North Linn 4. Springville 49, Central City 22. Last Buchanan 21, Center Point 12. Alburnett 55. Starmont 8. Acklev-Geneva 28, Ed-Co 0. ; South Iowa Cedar Iowa Valiev 38, Montezuma 12. Sigourney 12, H-L-V 0. B-G-M 34, LaPorle City 12. Belle Plaine 22, Keota 7. Williamsburg 35, Eng. Valleys IO. East Iowa Hawkeye Mf. Vernon 39, W. Liberty 0. Solon 34, Durant 7. Mid-Prairie JO. West Branch 9. Wilton 26. Clear Creek 20. Mid-East Iowa Midland 12, Olin 0. Lisbon 30. Lincoln 0. Preston 46, Bellevue 0. Guttenberg 25, East Dubuque 16. Council Bluffs Lincoln 7, Omaha, Neb., South 0 Des Moines North 41, Des Moines I coin 21 The game was a genuine J thriller from start to finish and1 Turner and Jeff Bottoms of Du-; buque provided most of the exciting moments.    warriors had scored their Turner, a 5-10, 170-pound se- fourth touchdown with 2:23 renter, carried the football 13 maining in the game on Bill times for 173 yards, including Davis’s 1-yard slam, and at that scoring runs of 35 and 57 point held a 27-22 lead. But the 6-1 Bottoms erased ; the margin and electrified the | crowd when, on the ensuing kick-joff, he took a handoff from Steve Olson, headed for the I right sideline and raced 92 (yards for the winning touchdown. He earlier had run one back 90 yards on an identical play. yards. In addition, a 60-yard Mf. Vernon Power Stops West Liberty Lin- Statistics First Downs.......... 17 Yards Rushing ......... 342 Yards Passing ......... 129 Passes ...............6-12-1 Punts-Avg ..............I-32 Fumbles Lost .......... 2 Mt. V. W. Lib. irds Penalized 95 3 34 52 6 14-3 5-25 I 22.5 Washington picked up its first score with 1:19 left in the first quarter. Following a short Hempstead punt, the Warriors drove 37 yards in nine plays. Nick Phillips fumbled on the goal line, but Steve Blood recovered the ball in the end zone for the touchdown. Bottoms’ first runback fol- I WEST LIBERTY—Mt. Vernon,    ^    ’J}™1' third-ranked in the latest UPI    h    hts    35-yard    pi- Des Moines Hoover 7, West Des Moines! Valley 0 Grinnell 32, Runnells Southeast Polk n i Burlington 46, Ottumwa 8 Missouri Valley 18, Treynor 14 Clarinda 14, Council Bluffs Lewis Cen-! tral 8 Logan-Magnolia IS, Irwin 18 Council Bluffs St. Albert 28, Corning 26 Olds Waco 35, Thornburg Tri-County o Fairfield 54, Fort Madison 0 Washington 20. Keokuk 17 Fort Dodge 14, Waterloo West 6 Melcher-Dallas 64, Seymour 0 Hudson 34, Dysart-Geneseo ft Plainfield 6, New Hartford 0 Parkersburg 32, Clarksville 0 Lawfon-Bronson 8, Sergeant Bluff 0 Manson 14, Laurens n Graettinger 40, Sioux Rapids 6 Emmetsburg 51, Spirit Lake 12 Hartley 30, Primghar 12 Kmqsley Pierson 38, Ida Grove 20    ,    .j.,...    u..„    .    .    - Odebolt-Arthur 14, Holstein 7    .    ,    k)D    to    B1VP    Wash a 14-fi lfat Monona^" MaD'* Va"eV U‘ 0n8wa West A-2A football poll, lived up to    . i01?!00^ Lyon 7, Akron 6    that    billing    Friday    night    in    a    39-    c—^ agaj[) jn ^ SCORE BY QUARTERS Mf. Vernon .................7    13    13    6—39 West Liberty ................0    0    0    0— 0 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Mf. Vernon: TD—Ross Baker (12, run); Dave Jensen (14, run); Jerry Niederhauser (63, pass from Aaron Van Dyke); Ken Landis (8, pass from Van Dyke); Mark Clark (I, run); Ivan Kuntz (5, run); XP—Joe Hufford 3 (kicks). 0 whitewashing of West Liberty. Woodbury Mark Clark rushed for 121 Sutherland 30, Alta 8 Ruthven 48, Marathon o West Bend 21, Terril 6 Sloan Westwood ',4, Moville Central 6 ^,ast 6,L'Sioux c,fv west i2 yards, the second time in as Manilla 20, Bayard 9    ...    * Alton Floyd valley t4 west sioux 12    many weeks he has run    for over . . . . Rock Island, III., 21. Davenport As-    J ,    .    ,    „    4    included sumption 3    _    IOO,    and    signal caller Aaron Van Davenport West 42, East Moline, III., 14 _ ,    .    , Eldrldne North Scott 27, Clinton St. I Dyke tossed a passes for the winners. Mt. Vernon is now 3-0 overall and 2-0 in East Iowa Hawkeye conference play, while West Liberty fell to 0-2 in the league. Marys 13 Dewitt 35, Morrison, III., 6 Camanche 33, Galena, III., 6 Letts LAM 36, New London 6 Rolfe 14, Gilmore Clfv-Bradaate 8 P^kin-Packwo^d 7, Argyle Central J Manning 34, Carroll 6 W:nfieM-Mour’t Union la, Mo'nino Sun 8 Bloomfield Davit County 35, Osceola Clarke 14 Omaha, Neb , Burke 20, Council Bluffs Jefferson 7 OI mark. Turner scored third frame, but the big drive for the Warriors was a 48-yarder in the final period. It a pair of clutch passes Date of touchdown gaining 22 and 9 yards by War* *    rinr niiaptorKa/'lr FVoict DaoIcam Saydel 24, Boone 2n Columbus Junction 21 Benton    Community    Bows 3M4 Sirowy Sparks Prairie Upper Iowa North 35, Sumner 0 West Central 8, M-F-L 6. Postville 54, Valley ft. Elkader Central 44, Fayette 0. Northeast Iowa Waverly 7, Oelwein 6 Charles City 23, Waukon 21. Decorah 26, New Hampton 0. . a loss a rag,’ coach Jerry Mauren at for words. “I feel like he sighed. “I don’t know what to say about our defense in the overtimes. Instead of playing our techniques, we were standing up and looking for the ball. Jeff just blew us out.” the ground in whipping Benton Community 31-14 in an East Central Iowa conference football game Friday night. The Hawks were sparked by the running of Rob Sirowy, who picked up 98 yards in IO carries. to up their record to 3-0. Benton Statistics First Downs Yards Rushing Yards Passing Passes Punts — Avg. Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized SCORE BY QUARTERS Prairie    —    7 12 13 Benton Comm    OOO INDIVIDUAL SCORING Prairie: TD — Terry Fey# interception return, 15 pass from Jim Ross); Rob Sirowy (37 Prairie BC 15 9 . 241 277 33 21 3-10-1 2-6-0 6-35.8 4-43 7 0 3 J* 35 0-31 14—14 2 (Ii run)' run)) Ross XP- (3 run); Chris Reed (2 Mark Redman (kick). Bent. Comm.: TD — Bill Wessling J (66. ti runs); XP I— Roo Tiedeman J (kicks). Fumbles proved costly to the dropped to 1-2 Cougars. Twice in regulation Sirowv £lad jaunts of 37 and they drove inside the Jeff IO, only to lose the ball on bobbles. Jeff also came up with a fine goal-line stand to stop Kennedy on downs at the seven midway through the third quarter. Tempers flared during one play in that series and Kennedy’s Bob Ellis and Kevin Mur 27 yards and his 37-yarder in the second period paved, the way for a 21-point first half. Terry Feye, senior flanker opened the Hawk scoring with an 18-vard interception return Prairie’s defensive corps, led by linebacker Ty Clark, stymied tfie Bobcat offense and held the home team th a net 65 yards in the first half. However, Benton Coach Ron Donald inserted quarterback Bill Wessling midway through the third quarter and Wessling responded superbly. Benton returned a kickoff in .yards out, and three plays later Wessling rambled 66 yards on I an option keeper. Late in the same quarter, Wessling duplicated his effort with an 11-yard scoring play. He (wound up with 136 yards for the game on only eight carries. Wessling was supported on the ground by Curt Becker (54 yards in ll tries) and Rick Nolan (52 in 17). Steve McArtor was next in line in the rushing department for Prairie with 71 yards in 16 carries. Oelwein Edged By Waverly 7-6 Statistics with :25 left in the initial frame. Prairie got the ball on its own ^ fourth frame, after Prairie’s ray and Jeff’s Mike Sojka were 37 after a magnificent 59-yard    Reed    tallied    from    two punt by Benton’s Bill Wilson!. _ our own worst and quarterback Jim Ross en- ejected. “We were enemy at times, but our mental gineered his mates to a 9-play, outlook took a complete turn- 63-yard drive, around from the fourth quarter on,” said Fisk. “We just came alive.” Oelwein Waver! IO ... ll) ....    76 .... 3-0 ... 4 36 2 SO 13 152 M 5-7-2 4 35 I SO Sirowy’s run of 27 yards put Prairie on the Benton 15 from where Ross served up an aerial to Feye. who made a one-handed TD catch with 4:06 left in the half. First Downs Yards Rushing Yards Passing Passes Punts-Avg...... Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized SCORE BY QUARTERS Waverly ......................7    0    0 Oelwein .................... 0    0    0 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Oelwein: TD—Kurt Lang (50 pass from Brian Brown). Waverly: TD—Steve Corson (I run); XP—Doug Sensehoeler (kick). Kennedy’s Dave Draxton led all ground gainers with 70 yards in 20 carries. Jacobsen was Jeff’s best with 57 yards in 12 tries. Mick Bertelli got Kennedy’s first TD on a 20-yard scamper, while Stocker scored Jeff’s on a ,{v Jac|. (),,de„ two-yard run. Ironically, Jeff’s only defeat ‘    ..    ■    ... this season was by the same 21- young    I-??!?    e.stf    ^    d iifcml# ne o pa! i/i ffki*JkQr #ai* L ,Qt?r 20 score, to non-conference foe Zahn Wins Football Skills a' Kenwood David Zahn ro'lcJ rn 918 points to win th*’ ‘oc’ball skills contest at Kenwood s chool Friday. Robert Vega was Fecond victory    over    Oelwein    in    North-! with 1814 and Tom Leidigh east    Iowa    conference    play    Fri-i OELWEIN — Waverly raised its record to 3-0 with a tight 7-6 placed third with 1779. day night. Other Games Clear Lake 2), Algona o Sac City 29, Perry 6 Atlantic 26, Harlan 13 Creston 6, Shenandoah 0 (two overtimes) Royal Clay Central 38, Linn Grove Sioux Valley ft Griswold 27, Oakland 17 Waterloo central 14, Cedar Falls 7 Earlham 15, Guthrie Center 0 Centerville 14, Winterset J Plainfield 6, New Hartford 0 Wlverty Shell Rock 7, Oelwein 6 Estherville ZU, Storm Lake 19 Avoca Avo-Ha 46, Neola Tri-Center 8 btjte Center West Marshall 80, Alleman North Polk 13 Lone Tree 40, Wapello 14 St Ansgar 16, Greene 0 Adel 27, aondurant-Parrar 6 Eddyville 8, Monroe 0 Schleswig 35, Dunlap 6 Rockford 32, Nora Springs-Rock Falls 7 Carson-Macedonia 55, Walnut 6 Maxwell 14, Garwin 8 Sheldon 28, Sibley 6 Blairsburg Northeast Hamilton 21, Un-ion-Whitten 12 Adair-Casev 40, Bridge.-Fontanelle 6. Pomeroy 29, Newell Providence 0 Allison-Bristow 55, Janesville 0 Paton-Churdan 35, Grand Junction East Greene 0 South Tama 30, Ankeny 16 Woden-Crystal Lake 22. Armstrong 12 Sheffield-Chapin i2, Kanawha 7 Mondamin West Harrison 26, Moorhead East Monona 20 Aurelia 32, Harris-Lake Park 0 Sioux Center 52, George 0 Reinbeck 21, Traer North Tama 0 Glenwood 12, Red Oak ft Truro Interstate 35 26, Waukee 12 Maquoketa Valley 20, Coggon North Linn 6 Huxley Ballard 8, Roland-Story 0 Prairie City 12, Lynnville-Sully n Radcliffe 40, Hubbard S Gilbert 43, Dows 0 Forest City 54, Britt 22 Lohrville 13, Lake View-Auburn 6 « , Fort Dodge St. Edmunds 12, Grundy x ii Center 9 6—6 Albert City-Truesdale 24, Bode-Twin 1 Rivers 14 I Sanborn 16, Gillette Grove South Clay 0 Battle Creek 21. Galva 6 Sutherland fO Alta 8 • Cherokee '’el Spencer 8 Burnside Central Webster 6, Somers Ce ‘ der Valiev 0 Gowrie Prairie 19, Ogden 0 I Clearfield 50, Russell 0 I Redfield Dexfleld 32, Panora-Linden 6 Mason City 27, Ames 'J Alden 16, Zearing NEScO 7 Dike 20, Conrad BCL 6 Aplington 40, Dumont 0 Buffalo Center i2, Belmond 0 Ackley Geneva 28. Edge. Colesburg 0.   Danville 0 Oskaloosa 39. Mount Pleasant 14 Burlington Notre Dame 35. Fairview, III., Valley 8 Albia 14. Pella 0 Knoxville 28, Charlton 0 Humboldt 3, Mnmoton n (overtime) West Des Moines Dowling 26, Des Moines Psst ’4 Centerville 14, Winterset 7 F’lls 40 EaHe Grove 0 Webster City 33, Clarion 6 Newton 7, Marshalltown 0 r art me 9, Jewell South Hamilton 6 (overtime) Norwalk 14. Woodward-Granger n Urbandale 14, Indianola 0 Renwick Boone Valley 8, Corwlth-Wes-Ie'' 7 Leon Central Decatur 14, Mormon Trail Garden Grove 6 0»k-Ute ’n, Westside Ar-We-Va 6 Dallas Center 12, Madrid 8 G*ni$nn p. Jefferson 6 (overtime! Denver 41, Jackson Junction Turkey Va* lev 12 Essex 12, Malvern 2 Farragut 12, Stantng 2 Tabor Fremont-Mills 28, New Market 12 G«-rner-Hav*ie!d 61, North-Kensett 0 Gladbrook ll, Wellsburg 12 Greenfield 13. Mount Ayr 6 Jesup 14, Dunkerton 13 '.ake Cliv 8 Audubon 6 Lake Mills 18, Qsaqe 0 Milford 36, Paullina 6 Pleasantville 22, Bussey Twin Cedars 0 Remsen-Union IO, Marcus 6 Vrlnev JO. Hastlnos Nlshna Valley ft Liberty Center Southeast Warren 20, Lamoni 14 c*uart-Menlo P. Cumberland-Massena 0 Sheldon 28, Sibley 6 Thomoson 14, Gruver Lincoln Central I Ti*onka 47, Fenton Sentry 13 Tripoli 16, Fredericksburg 6 '/"«tura AT Meservev-Thornton 0 Villisca 24, Lenox 0 F-irMnk wamie Valley 19, Calmar South Winneshiek 6 W»ll 1 ake 52, Early Crestland 14 Corydon Wayne 21, Moravia 14 Woodbine 35- Dow Cltv-Arion 14 Solon Upends Durant 34-7 nor quarterback Craig Roalson and culminated with Davis’ run. Following Dubuque’s final score, Wash worked the ball to Hempstead’s 28, where Blood was stopped for no gain on a fourth and one play with 49 seconds on the clock. . Statistics First Downs ..... Yards Rushing . Yards Passing . Passes ....... .. Punts-Avg...... Fumbles Lost ,. Yards Penalized Solon Durant ll .. 373 87 . 4 94) .5-35.2 I 35 Solon DuH urant SCORE BY QUARTERS 0 16 ......................7    0 12 273 39 5-15-2 2 36 5 2 55 6 12-34 0 0- 7 Top Twenty DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)—Her* 1$ how 2ft Iowa high Friday night. Wilton Tops Clear Creek Beachier, Kotaska Spark Jeff Sophs Rick Beachier ran touchdowns and Ed caught an eight-yard from Dave Wise as the Jefferson sophomores shut out Kennedy 20-0 Friday, Jeff is now 2-1, while Kennedy’s record dropped to 0-3. WILTON - Jim King s touchdowns enabled Wilton to top Clear Creek 26-20 in East Iowa Hawkeye conference play for two Friday night. Kotaska I Th* Associated Press Top school football teams fared Records in parentheses: 1. Sioux City Heelan (24)) at Carroll Kuemper, Saturday night. 2. Cedar Rapids Washington (2-1) lost ! to Dubuque Hempstead, 28 27. 3. Davenport West (34)) defeated East Moline, ill., 42-14. 4. iowa City (34)) defeated Muscatine, 424). 5. Waterloo West (2-1) lost to Fort ! Dodge, 140. 6. Des Moines East (2-1) lost to West i Des Moines Dowling, 26-14. 7. West Des Moines Dowling (2-1) de-i teated Des Moines East, 26-14. 8. Burlington (34)) defeated Ottumwa, 1 46-8. 9. Cedar Rapids Jefferson (2-1) defeated Cedar Rapids Kennedy, 21-20, two I overtimes. IO. Cedar Rapids Regis (34!) defeated nth “■    ;; _____’________   Newton, 7-0. 12. Clear Lake (34)) defeated Algona, 214). 13. Fairfield (3-0) defeated Fort Madl-! son, 544). 14. cedar Falls (1-2) lost to Waterloo Central, 14-7. t5. Sioux City East (2-1) defeated Sioux City West, 68-12. 16. Waverly-Shell Rock (3-0) defeated Oelwein, 7-6. 17. Sac City (34)) defeated Perry, 29-6. 16. South Tama (34)) defeated Ankeny, 30-li. 19. Fort Dodge (2-1) defeated Waterloo th mn 1 West< 144' inree 20. Atlantic (34» defeated Harlan, 26-13. INDIVIDUAL SCORING Solon: TD-Jeff Carta 2 (39, 5, runs); John Donovan (35, run); Dave Connell (23, pass from Mike Donovan); Dale Fordice (71, run); XP— Barta 2 (runs). Durant: TD—Tom Compton (4, run); XP—Rick Lincoln (kick). DURANT—Solon rallied from a 7-0 deficit to pound Durant 34-7 rn an East Iowa Hawkeye con-1 ference football game Friday. Solon now owns a 3-0 overall mark. aerial Clear Creek aerial ,wi|ton _ SCORE BY QUARTERS ...........6    8 0    6-20 ......................0    18 0    7—26 j INDIVIDUAL SCORING Wilton: TD—Jim King 3 (41, 14, 2, runs);    Tom    McQuillen    (23,    pass    from Steve    Baker).    XP—Brant    Wyatt    pass1 from Baker). Clear Creek: TD—Randy Belknap (44 run); Randy Campbell (2 run); Bob Reih-man (39 pass from Rick Campbell). XP— j Al Morelock (run). ALWAYS IN FIRST PLACE Basilian NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE Linn-Mar for Real, Rips Regina 21-0 Statistics Linn-Mar’:' itself as a solid threat for East Central Iowa conference foot-! ball honors here Friday night) with a convincing 21-0 victory j over Regina. The Lions, with eight juniors! in the starting offensive lineup, piled up 244 yards on the ground Honors to Leo Halsch as they took a 13 0 lead in the I/'O Halsch fired a 40 for lowisecond pcriod and 4l!cn wril>1P,,(i ................ it up on an 86-yard touchdown^ touchdowns. run by Brian Barnes with 3:48 left in the third. Davenport West, Kennedy now is 1-2 in the conference. Jeff iww holds a whopping R O edge in the series. Retired Men’s Golf LM Reqina ll 7 244 53 44 73 8-3-0 17-6-7 7 33 6-28 I 99 First Downs Yards Rushing  ......... Yards Passing Passes ................... Punts-Avg.     ......... Fumbles Lost ........ Yards Penalized Linn-Mar    0 13 Regina    OO INDIVIDUAL SCORING Linn-Mar: TD Brian Barnes 86. runs). Brad Reid (33. pass from Von Hollingsworth); XP Leonard Huqhes (kick), Reid (pass from Hollingsworth). Ov 21 0— 0 2 33, Coach Arnold McCoy’s crew scored its third straight win. The Lions have given up only gross honors in tile Retired Men’s Golf Assn. at .Squaw Creek Friday. Glen Crist won low net with 49 - 16 —33. Russ Sumerwell and John' Flaherty were closest to the pins on No. 4 and 8. The final tourney is scheduled next Friday at Twin Pines. 7:15 to go in the second period, but the Linn-Mar defense had already established its superiority. Regina threatened late in the first quarter when T h o rn a n raced 41 yards to the Linn-Mar one. But the lions held, and took over the ball od their five. “Yes,” admitted McCoy after the game, “our defense did a and the lions were without the services of their top two senior fullbacks, Pat Buss and Dennis Tharp. Linn-Mar got only limited action from another regular, junior Kevin Wright, a guard who has been hampered by mononucleosis. The lions dominated play, giving up three early first I St. Louis I Pittsburgh I Philadelphia i Montreal New York I Chicago Los Angeles ’ Cincinnati Atlanta Houston San Francisco San Diego East W 81 SO 74 71 67 63 West 95 92 •4 76 69 SS Pct. .536 .533 .490 .473 .447 .420 .629 .605 .553 .503 .451 .359 GB Vs 7 9'/j 13'j 17Va 3VS 11 Va 19 27 41 Friday's Games Pittsburgh 4, New York 3 St. Louis 5, Chicago 2 Atlanta I, Houston 0 Philadelphia IO, Montreal 2 Los Angeles J, San Diego I San Francisco 4, Cincinnati 3 Saturday's Games New York (Koosman 13-10) at Pitts burgh p.m. (Demerv 6-6 or Pizarro GO), 2:15 Chicago (Dettore 2-3) at St. Louis (Os teen 9-10), 2:15 p m. Philadelphia (Twltchell 6 9) at Montreal Barnes was outstanding us he ran 33 und 8(1 yards for •cores and consistently broke into the Regina secondary. But defense was an even more impressive factor, as Linn-Mar held Regina to 53 net yards on the ground and 73 to contain. fine job. We knew that I bornan dovvns and t^en holding Regina was a tainted quarterback and^ four the remainder of the we keyed on him. He got away way Tj^-ee of those came in an a few times, but we were able unsuccessful drive early in the (Torrez 13-8), 2:15 p m San Diego (Spinner 7-11) at Los Angeles (Rau lJ-9), 4:15 p m. Cincinnati (Billlnaham 19-10) at San Francisco (Barr 13 9), 4:15 p m. Atlanta Reed 10-10) at Houston (Bieber! 14H, 8:35 p m Sunday's Games New York at Pittsburgh, 1:35 p.m. Chicago at St.Louis, 2:15 p m. Philadelphia at Montreal, 2:15 p m. Atlanta at Houston, 3 05 p m Cincinnati at San Francisco, 4 p m. San Diego at Los Angeles, 4:15 p.m. Baltimore New York Boston Cleveland Milwaukee Detroit Oakland Texas Minnesota Chicago Kansas City California L 70 70 73 77 79 SI 67 70 74 77 78 91 Pct. .539 .539 .513 .487 .477 .464 559 .533 .513 .490 .483 .401 ram GB 4 8 91 z 11 Va 4 7 10'^ 11 Va 24 East W 82 82 77 73 72 a Wast 85 BO 78 74 73 61 Friday's Games New York 5-3, Cleveland 4-0 Baltimore 2, Boston I Detroit 8. Milwaukee 5 Minnesota 3, California 2 Kansas City at Texas, ppd Chicago 2, Oakland 0    I    I Saturday's Games California (Dobson l l) at Minnasota 1 (Blyleven 15-16), 11:30 a m.    I I Cleveland (J. Perry 15-12) at New York) I (Medlch 18-14), 2 p m. Baltimore (Palmer 7-12) at Boston (Lee! I 16 13), 2 pm.    I Detroit (Coleman 13-12) at Milwaukee1, (Slaton 12-14), 2:30 p m.    I Oakland (Hunter 23-12) at Chicago I (Wood 20-18), 9 p m.    . Kansas City (Fitzmorris 11-6 and Busby: I 2014) at Texas (Bibby 19-17 and Brown * 12-12), 2, I p m.    I Sunday's Gamas    f Cleveland at New York, J p.m. Baltimore at Boston, 2 p.m.    I California af Minnesota, 2:15 p.m.    I Oakland at Chicago, 2:15 p.m.    • Kansas City at Texas, 2:30 p.m. Detroit at Milwaukee, 2:30 p m. ____ in “Barnes did a fine job. but he the air, picking off two of Jack Thoman’s dozen passes. At bete some good blocking.” one point in the second period, Regina lost ground on six of seven plays. Barnes’ first TI) came with third. Junior Von Hollingsworth went all the way at quarterback The 288 net yards was even and completed three of eight more impressive when you passes for 44 yards. One was a figure that reserves played a 33-yard scoring pass to Brad big role In the final quarter j Reid in the second quarter. • .... | J DID YOU KNOW THAT* The Chicago Cubs of 1907 won 107 games, as they I I won the pennant that year. The Cub pitching staff had a combined earned run average of 1.73 I | and racked up a total of 32 shut outs! In 1909, with almost the same staff, the Cub pitchers had I | an E.R.A. of 1.75 and again tossed 32 shut-outs! The Cubs of 1909 however, finished second. | ;

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