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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 26, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Bertelli, Johnson Set Pace Jack OKdrn Fur a guy who was (in the (linilitful list before game lime, Mick lierlelli did quite a jdh fur Kennedy Friday nighl at Kingston stadium as the Cougars seored an exciting 35- 27 football vietory over Iowa City West. "We really didn't think lierlelli would he able to explained a pleased Kennedy coach, Jerry Maur- we are sure glad he did. "11 was his best night of running; for the year." Bertelli, strangely, never scored in a game that pro- duced 62 points, but he rushed for fOG yards in 18 carries and was a key performer for the Cougars as they had a 18-1-73 edge in rushing. West, led by quarterback Terry Allen, made it a sus- Statistics irsl Downs ords rushinci urds passing SCORE BY QUARTERS INDIVIDUAL SCORING Kennedy: TD Rocky Doles {36 vurd nuss Irom Chuck Johnson 2 (7. 1 Mark Alexander 17 Dennis Boskervlllc (II XP Johnson IS. I. C. West: TD Jack Anderson (5 Rick Smilh (8 yard pass (rum Terry Allen (4 Dave Osrjorne (32 yard pass Irom XP Allen Mark Slollerback pense-filli'd Mississippi Valley test as he completed 20 of 30 attempts, two for touchdowns, and also ran four yards for a West TD. But Kennedy quarterback (.'buck .Johnson was a key fig- ure, too. He tried only nine passes, hut completed five for 92 yards, one for a TD to Hocky Dales. He ran two and seven yards for two more scores and successfully booted five extra paints. West Kiit off to a (i-0 lead on a five-yard run by .lack An- derson, but Kennedy dominat- ed the first half and had a 14- 12 halflime. advantage. It looked routine for a while as Dennis J3askerville scored from 11 yards out to put Kennedy ahead 21-12 in the third quarter, but West cut that to 21-18 when Allen raced in from the four with just sec- onds gone in the fourth quar- ter. The Cougars again took charge and marched to a lead with left in the game as Mark Alexander tallied from the seven. Then Johnson ran in from the two for a 35-19 lead with just two minutes left. Hut West came right hack to trim that margin to 35-27 on an Allen to Dave Osborne pass for the final 35-27 margin. John Hadl Is Enthusiastic GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) Veteran quarterback John Hadl, professing to he "in the best shape I've been in for five enthusiastically joined the Green Bay Packers Friday and was greeted in kind by his new teammates. Hadl, who had balked at re- porting unless the Packers renegotiated the contract he had with the Los Angeles Hams, met in strategy session with Coach Dan Devine, stud- ied films and took his physical examination. "There's nothing wrong with my arm. I'm Hadl, 34. said after undergoing the exam. Hadl, who was traded Tues- day by the Hams for five high draft choices, reported despite the fact the contract was not renegotiated. Valdes Scores A Decision NEW YORK (AP) Boxer Kodrigo Valdes, frustrated by the dull mismatch, settled fop a routine 10-ronnd decision. So, V'innie Curto can boast that he the distance with the champion. Valdt'.s, 27, the World Box- ing Council's middleweighl li- lleholder, coasted lo the unan- imous triumph against Curio, ill, a little-known newcomer, in a m.-iralhnu effort Friday nighl at Madison Square Harden. 1 A Down I.C. West Dennis Baskerville (36) charged into the end zone for one of five Kennedy high school touchdowns Friday night as the Cougars turned back Iowa City West 35-27, in a football test at Kingston stadium. MOUNT VERNON Ml. Vernon high capped an un- beaten season by clinching a 2A playoff berth with a 76-0 pasting of winlcss Clear Creek here Friday night. Ml. Vernon is 8-0 and 7-0 in the East Iowa Ilawkcyc con- ference and Clear Creek is 0-8 and 0-7. Jerry Nciderhauser tallied three touchdowns on runs of six, 17 and 55 yards while Russ Baker and John Ilearn had two touchdowns each. Seven touchdowns were scored via the run which amassed 41li yards for the game. Quarterback Aaron Van Dyke threw two TD passes and ran for another score. Statistics Statistics SCORE BY QUART ERS 20 f-irsl Dowi 0 futilities Lo- SCORE DY QUARTERS Muauoketo 06 00- HrM Dowr Yds kublii Yds Pubiii INDIVIDUAL SCORING Ml. Vernon: TD Jetrv Nciderhauser 3 (U, 55, 6 Russ Baker 2 (1 tun. 65 Dun! John Hearn 2 run. 62 nunt Aaron Van Dyke (3.1 Ivan Kuntz (8 Ken Londis (16 pass from Van Steve Scot! (12 nass from Van XP-Nci- dertuiuser Joe Huttord 3 Urion Lilts 3 The Ml. Vernon defensive unit finished the season by allowing only 14 points the entire year. INDIVIDUAL SCORING Statistics SCORE BY QUARTERS INDIVIDUAL SCORING 22-14 Win To Beckman Statistics neck. Dcnton 0-13-S Ava. 3-10 7 3? s l-ii5l 0 0 60 ?Q 5CORC DY QUARTERS Mid Prairie Wins, 12-7 V1NTON Larry Aber- nathy tallied three touch- downs, ran for three two point conversions, and rushed for 174 yards as Vinton walloped previously unbeaten Maqnnk- ela 31-11 in high school football Friday nighl. Vinton is now 4-2 in Wamac conference play while Ma- qnokcla dropiied to 5-1. Statistics Monti 28, Anamosa 14 0- INDIVIDUAL SCORING Beckman: TD Juite Mlllicrt 7 (1. 2 Steve Olbcrdinu. (43 XP Olbcrdlno Milbert Denlon: TD Rick Nolan (1 Curl Uccker (U XP Ron Tic- denitinn Dill Wilson VAN I10RNU Dyersville Beckman clinched a share of- the East Central Iowa confer- ence football crown here Fri- day night by edging past Bcnlon Community, 22-15. The Blazers, who won the championship for the first time in were led by quarterback Jude Milbert. The 6-1 senior collected two touchdowns on short runs. Leads Tourney NAGOYA, Japan (AF) Japan's Kosaku Shimada fired a fivc-under-par 07 to take a four-stroke over-all lead Sat- urday in the third round of the Tokai Classic golf tournament. SCORE liY QUARTERS Solon 0 Mid Prairie 0 0 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Mid Prtiiric: ID Kevin Koss tuinljle iclurn, 2 lurO. Solon: ID John Donovan C, i XP-KcvIn Huber WKLLMAN Kevin Koss tallied bolh Mid Prairie touch- downs as Mid Prairie knocked off once-beaten Solon 12-7 in high school football Friday night. Mid Prairie is now (i-1 in F.ast Iowa Hawkcye confer- ence play while. Solon dropped to 5-2. Statistics SCORE RY QUARTERS 1-1 0 f) 6- INDIVIDUAL SCORING Kennedy Sophs Win Mike Nowlin scored on a 311- yard fumble recovery in Ihe first quarter Friday night at Kingston as Hie Kennedy soph- omores defeated Iowa City West ,11-11. MONTICELLO John Sloll rushed for three louchdoens to spark Monticello to a 28-14 footvall win over Anamosa in Wamac conference action Fri- day. Monti is now 2-4, while Anamosa dropped lo 1-5 in the league. Jeff Olinger Wins Jeff Olinger scored points to capture the football skills contest at Hiawatha school. John Beltx was second with l.illl and Mike Kjonnoe was third with By Steve Allspach KPWORTII The offensive unit had scored 53 points and run up a whopping total of 593 yards, but Tex McCoy couldn't stop talking about his defense. The Linn-Mar coach had just watched his young Lions demolish Western Diibiiquc Friday night 53-0 and the first- year boss was heaping praise everywhere. "I really don't know where lii start." smiled McCoy, whose team ripped off 451 yards on the ground and add- ed another 112 along the air- ways. "The kids rebounded from our disappointing loss lo LaSalle very well. They just came lo play, but our defense was superb and we limited them to under 511 yards in total offense." The exact number was 44 coach. The same amount that the Bobcats mustered in Ihe firsl half. Now 1-7, the Jim Killbreatii- coached Western Dubnque club, in its second year of var- sity play, didn't complete a pass and garnered a meager yield of four first downs (two of those came via The tempo of the contest was established early when Linn-Mar sailed 54 yards in four quick hursts for a TD on the opening series of downs. All four plays netted first downs (the Lions wound up with 32 for (he game) and Steve Van Slyke capped the drive with the firsl of his three touchdowns on a 13-yard scamper. Van Slyke enjoyed his best Statistics SCORE (W 1 I 'I'll'TON Marion un- leashed a powerful running game and Tiplon gave up Iwo fumbles leading lo scores as the Indians whipped the Ti- gers 44-8 here Friday night Marion ran its Wamac re- curd to 4-2 and will face pow- erful V'mloii which npsol title favorile, Maquokcla, in its fi- nal conlcsl. The Indians oM'iied their record to 4-4 and have to beat Vinton for a win- ning season. Tipton is 3-5, overall and 2-4 in league play. "We were ready tonight." Coach Bob Tburncss said aft- erward. "The kids played their hearts out." Tluirncss praised the de- fense. "I thought our linebackers, Brian Moliwinkle and Marly Carter, were outstanding. Our deep secondary did an excet- lenl job, loo. "The offensive linemen did a greal job all night." That was the understnlo- inent of the day. Marion rolled up 433 yards on the .ground wilh 245 yards coming in Hie firsl iialf. A I Ill-pound junior hail an outstanding nighl running Hie ball. Mike Jones earned S limes lor 1 IS yards. Mike had M-urcs of 53 and 71 yards. Marion gol on the hoard firsi Mark Minium wenl in from HI yards out with left ill Hie firsl period. The score followed a Tipton tum- ble on Ihe Tigers' 411 which John Murdoch pounced on. Marion made il 14-11 with 3: (III left in the first on Gary Fickcl's 2-yarder. Tipton's soph quarterback. Jim Miller raced 47 yards for a score wilh lefl in the second period. The 2-point conversion pass cut HIP margin lo 14-8. Two plays later Jones un- leashed his 53 yard sprint arond end with !l lefl in the second. John Barkdull's 2- yardcr wilh left in Ihe 'hall. This was enough lime lor (irei: Will lo boot a 31-yard field goal with time running out on Ihe play. .lout's' 71 yarder calm1 left in Hie Iturd period. Harkdoll gol (be fund tally in Ibe I'tiiirlh mi a iinc- yarder with lefl. Tipton fumbled [wire and Marion oner and all Ilirei1 bob- bles led to loiifhilnwiis. Thuriiess was especially pleased wilh Ihe win. lie coached Tipton lite last Iwo years. The win was believed to be the firsl fur Marion nil Ibc Tipton field in 12 years. Marion Sophomores Clinch Wamac Tie Tll'TOX-Marion's sopho- more football loam clinched a tic for Ibe Wamao conference lille Friday night by turnini; back Tiplon, l-l-li. Marion ou us ;in SO SC.IMIII m.irk Tom Borsl scored both Indi- an t.incbdouns mi Ihree and 11 vai'il runs. night of year, freewheeling for 124 yards in ton carries. He also scored on runs of 12 and 9 yards. Quarterback Von llol- litiL'sworth connected on five of eight passes for 142 yards, including a toss to Brad Reid that Reid made a diving catch on to set a third quarter TD. Hollingsworth added 90 yards rushing, but was sacked trying to pass for a minus-27 yards that would have pushed his total over the 100-mark. McCoy added: "Von used the audible at the line of scrimmage for the first time this year and really made some big play calls. "That, and the fact that Western gave us the short side of field were the two key fac- tors in our offensive effort. I don't think we ran to our split end side all night." The Lions arc 7-1 and also got big rushing efforts from juniors Brian Barnes and Mark Lamb. Barnes ham- mered out 93 yards in ten carries and Lamb, who scored twice, netted 67 in 12. Jim Confer picked up 19 yards in 19 carries for Western. McCoy substituted freely in the second-half and poor of- fensive liming hampered the Lions, wiio were whistled for several off sides and proce- dure penalties, netting 1110 yards. Player Sets Pace on 210 SY11NFY, Australia (AP) South African Gary Player shrugged off anti-apartheid demonstrators who tried to mar his play and led the field following Hit! third round Sat- urday of Ihe Wills Masters golf tournament. Player relurned a third- round 70 for a 54-hole total of 210, six under par on the yard Au-slrnlian Golf Club course. He finished one shot ahead of Australians Ted Ball and .lack Newton in the 54-hole fig- ures after they returned par rounds of 72 each, and two strokes ahead of Australian id (Iraham. Graham look three from the last hole for a 73 in Hit1 third round. American Tom Kite, who held Ihe lead after Friday's second round, dropped to sixth place uilh a 77 Saturday and a total of 21-1. Kite was sur- passed in Ihe third-round standings by Jim Wiecliers of Oakland who shot 71 Saturday for a total of 214 and fifth place in the standings. The demonstrators heckled Player on the first tec and at poinls around tin1 course, and police forcibly removed at leasl 12 of Ibcm The deinonslrulors, claim Player uses his inlernationa golf standing to lend prestige In South Africa's apartheid system, slioulcd "Blacks can't watch golf in South Africa" and ln'ld up signs reading "racist." The ilemoiislralors included blacks ami and a Player supporter knocked one of Iliciii In Ibc ground will) a piiiii !i to the Tin1 fourth and final round ef Ihe toiiiTiaincnl uill Sunday. Prairie Slips Past Regina Statistics Reylna fJV QUARTERS INDIVIDUAL SCORING I'tairie: TD Jim Knss 2 t'j, 1 By Mark Dukes Prairie's high defensive unit limited Iowa City Hcgina to 58 yards total offense, in- cluding a minus six yards in the second half in a 12-0 Hawk Dad's Night victory Friday night. The win pul Prairie at 3-1 in the Easl Central Iowa confer- ence race while Regina drnppcd to 1-4 in the loop. Kcgina quarterback Jack Thoman was sacked by Prai- rie defenders on five occasions resulting in a minus 54 yards, accounting for the low count of total offense. The Regals, however, did win one trivial part of the encounter, that of the punting game. The two teams ex- changed punts 16 times and Assumption Gets Past LaSalle 11 Statistics First Downs Yurds Rushinq Yards Passing Posses Punts, Avg. Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized 76 8-1.1-1 3-41 SCORE DY QUARTERS INDIVIDUAL SCORING LoSulle: TD Steve Plolz 2 (1, 2 Assumption: TD Craig Bolder 2 (4, II Lurry Butler (67 kickotl re- Corrlgan 2 Tim Berchtolcl (nas-j Irom Tom DAVENPORT Cedar liapids LaSalle garnered only 81 total yards on offense and picked up hut five first downs for the game as the Lancers dropped a 22-12 verdict lo Davenport Assumption here Friday night. teams arc now 3-5 on the year. Assumption's Rick Siegfried intercepted a Steve pass on the Davenport 41 to set up the first score. Nine plays lat- er, Craig Balzer scampered in from four yards with left. Davenport also scored on its next possession with Balzur going over from 11 yards to make the score 14-0 with left in the half. Assumption's defense, led by Boh Timmons, held the Lancers to one first down in the initial two frames. LaSalle's score in the sec- ond period came when 1'lotn plunged over from a yard af- ter a fumble recovery on the Assumption 21. After the Lancer score, Larry Butler returned the ensiling kickoff 87 yards for the third Davenport TD of the first half. LaSalle scored its second and final touchdown against the Assumption reserves when 1'lott engineered his mates 511 yards, capped by his own two- vard carrv. Prairie Sophs in 27-0 Football Win The Prairie sophomores rolled to a 27-0 win over Iowa City Kcgina Friday night. .iim Belky, Scott Daly, Steve Wilson and Larry Hoi- line each scored for the Hawks. Hegina's Lon Thompson kicked nine times for a 36- yard average to Prairie's Don with seven for a 33 norm. The initial quarter was more or less played in the middle of the gridiron with neither team penetrating past the other's 110-yard line. The punting exhibition continued through the middle stages of the second period until Prairie's Rob Sirowy re- covered his own fumbled punt on the Kcgina with left in the half. Sirowy, who finished the test with 98 yards in 18 carries for game honors, lugged the ball twice for 17 yards before quarterback Jim Itoss skirted five yards to paydirt with left. The extra point kick failed and it was 6-0. The Regals responded with a 10-play drive of their own before the Hawk defense thwarted the march inside the one-yard line as the half end- ed. Again, neither squad moved the pigskin well in a scoreless third quarter, hut both clubs had scoring opportunities in the fourth, with Prairie the one to capitalize. The Hawks got good field position on the Regina 47 and eight plays later, Ross scored his second six-pointer, this time from nine yards out with remaining. Back Chris Reed's 14-yard burst was the big play in the march. Rcgina's best scoring chance all evening came with left when Jim Wagner re- covered a Siruwy fumble on the Hawk 29. However, after two in- complete pusses, a holding penalty totaling 23 yards set the Regals back on their own 48 and out of scoring range on fourth down. The Hawk offense, led by Sirowy, produced 188 yards on the ground and 14 via the pass. Fullback Steve McArtor had 43 yards on 13 tries for the Hawks. Regina, without a single first down in the second half, had 44 yards on the ground. Dan Lynch had 54 yards but Thoman's minus 17 yards brought the total down. Jesup Trips Turkey Valley Statistics First Downs Yards Rustling Yards Passing Passes Punls, Avg Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized SCORE BY QUARTERS INDIVIDUAL SCORING Jesup: TD Dole Delooardclle (60 pass trom Dove XP Rod Zuck Turkey Vollev: TD Randy Romcns (10 JACKSON JUNCTION Rod extra point kick following Cale Delagardelle's touchdown reception gave Jesup a 7-fi victory over Turleu Valley in prep football Friday. The losers are now 3- 5. S. Winn Tops Denver, 28-12 SOUTH WINNFSHIFK South WinneshiL'k evened its season record at 4-4 with a 28- 12 victory over Denver in high school football Friday night. Mark Balik scored two touch- downs to pace Hie South Winn. attack. SCORE (W QUARIERS RAY KOHL, INC., REALTORS 1833 lit AVA. S.E.   

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