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Indiana Gazette, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 2004, Indiana, Pennsylvania 3nbiana gazette SPORTS Sunday September 5 2004 C3 LOCAL SCOREBOARD Tennis FAMILY LIFE TENNIS CLASSIC Saturday At Indiana University of Pennsylvania Mens open singles First round Rishi Negi def Sebastian 63 Second round semifinals Jarod Medvetz def Negi 62 61 Rajeev Nayak def David Jacobs 60 60 Womens open singles First round final Christy Bungo del Stephanie Rizzo Mens open doubles First round semifinals Tony and Jarod Medvetz def Louis DeLaigue and Oliver Herlet Rajeev Nayak and Rishi Negi def Phil Palko and Sam Jockel 61 61 Womens open doubles Second round final Hillary Hughes and Yvonne Niederbracht def Candace Bungo and Anne Bonya Mixed open doubles First round Yvonne Niederbracht and Joe Orife def Elaine Jacobs and David Jacobs Ptiil Palko and Katie Bungo def Candace Bungo and Ian Love 63 62 Semifinals Niederbracht and Orife def Jim Rombach and Joan Rombach Mark Bungo and Christy Bungo def Palko and K Sungo Mens 40andover singles Round robin David Delasko def Larry Feldman 61 61 Mens century doubles Finals first round Ray Goss and Jim Cabalan def Mick Cup and Dennis Rafferty Boys 18andunder singles Semifinals Sam Jockel def Keith Feldman 60 60 Adam Kensey def Nick Miller score not available Final Jockel def Kensey Girls 18andunder singles First round Jenna Micsky def Emily Shubra score not available Kaitlan Hindman def Elyse Zak default Joelle Wisnieski def Alyssa Shubra default Second round semifinals Micsky def Anne Bonya Hindman def Wisnieski Boys 18andunder doubles First round final Keith Feldman and Sam Jockel def Brandon Hurd and Adam Kensey 16 8 Girls 18andunder doubles Firs round Alyssa Shubra and Joelle Wisnieski def Shawna Smith and Amber Hummel 4 Second round Katie Ackerman and Elyse Zak def Alyssa Shubra and Joelle Wisnieski 75 Priya Chaddah and Emily Shubra def Sarah Balitski and Dommo Borusiewicz 60 61 Kelsey Boarts and Erica Wranich def Chloe Hatcher and Sarah Munchnik Jenna Micsky and Kaitlan Hindman def Lauren Kablackand Samaniha Bozzer 60 61 Semifinals Chaddah and E Shubra def Ackerman and Zak 86 pro Micsky and Hindman def Boarts and Wranich 64 61 LSU survives on missed extra points l first round semifinals SaniantoDeSlefano Soltis 62 64 Luci Jockel def Kelley Pemberton Final DeStefano def Jockel 61 60 Finals scheduled or Sunday Mens singles final 10 Mens open doubles 1 Mixed open doubles 10 Girls 18andunder singles noon Girls 18andunder doubles 3 ApolloRidge suffers second loss of season From Staff Reports HOOKSTOWN ApolloRidge ran into a buzzsawin the form of South Side Beavers Tyler Patter son in a WPIAL nonconference football game Saturday Patterson piled up 211 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries to help his team best the Vikings 34 21 The Rams jumped out to a 140 lead in the first quarter and never trailed but they had plenty of reason to look over their shoul ders as the Vikings narrowed their lead to a touchdown on three occasions Quarterback Jeff Zelonka put ApolloRidge on the board with a 19yard run in the second quar ter He led the Rams in rushing with 35 yards and threw two long touchdown passes in the third and fourth quarters Ian Milenak scored on a 32 yard pass in the third quarter to make the score 2114 and Stringer caught a 71yard touch down pass as the Vikings pulled within a touchdown with just over four minutes left Brian Dempsey put the game out of reach with a 17yard run three minutes later It was Dempseys third touchdown of the game Zelonka completed 13 of 31 pass attempts for 278 yards He was intercepted twice South Side Beaver quarterback Joshua Maurer was 6for13 for 123 yards He was intercepted by Adam Walker Milenak led the ApolloRidge receiver corps with 90 yards on five receptions Gary Miller caught three passes for 72 yards In the kicking game Briana Akins was perfect on pointafter attempts and Justin Lookhart averaged 42 yards per punt ApolloRidge fell to 02 The Vikings open WPIAL Eastern Conference play Friday at Springdale By The Associated Press LSU can thank an Oregon State kicker who could not make extra points for its seasonopening victory Alexis Serna missed three extra points Saturday night including one that would have forced a second overtime and No 4 LSU escaped with a 2221 victory The defending BCS champion Tigers trailed throughout the game were shut out in the first half and behind 157 with left The Tigers seemed sure to lose when they drove to the Oregon State 2 and failed to score with left But their defense gave themanothershot The Tigers got the ball back for their final possession of regula tion with left After JaMarcus Russell threw two incomple tions he hooked up with Dwayne Bowe for a 26yarder then a 38yard touchdown to cut Oregon States lead to 1513 On the conversion Russell ran to the left stretched out the ball and leaped into the end zone for two points to tie it at 15 In the overtime period LSU scored on its first possession Marcus Randall who started the game at quarterback came in when Russell was injured and ran for a 5yard touchdown giv ing LSU its first lead of the game 2215 with the extra point The Beavers werent done Derek Anderson found Joe Newton with a 19yard scoring pass pulling the Beavers to 22 21 But Serna a redshirt fresh man who kicked a 40yard field goal in the second quarter sent the extra point wide right giving LSU the victory No 8 Michigan 43 Miami Ohio 10 Freshman Chad Henne threw two touchdowns in a surprising start for Michigan helping the Wolverines to an easy victory over Miami of Ohio that ended the nations longest winning streak Matt Gutierrez was supposed to start but he was relegated to holding on kicks because of a sore arm creating an opportuni ty for Henne Rick Leach is the only other quarterback to start as a freshman in a season opener for the Wolverines Leach led Michigan to a victory on Sept 13 1975 at Wisconsin Henne was 14fof24 yaj4s wjth one Braylonrv Edwards caughtsix0 passes for 91 yards and two TDs and David Underwood gained 61 yards with two touchdowns The RedHawks 11 had won 14 straight games 13 times last year with quarterback Ben Roethlisberger His replacement Josh Betts was 18for36 for 201 yards with four interceptions and a fumble No 15 Clemson 37 Wake Forest 30 2OT Charlie Whitehurst threw an The Top 25 11yard touchdown pass to Kyle Browning in the second overtime that lifted Clemson to an Atlantic Coast Conference victory The Tigers led 193 early in the second quarter but the Deacons rallied for 24 straight points and led 2719 after Chris Barclays 50 yard touchdown run with to go in the game Yusef Kellys short TD run and Kelvin Grants tying twopoint conversion catch with left hi the regulation tied it at 27 for Clemson The teams traded field goals in the first extra session Then Whitehurst found Browning on a screen pass to give Clemson the lead No 2 Oklahoma 40 Bowling Green 24 Kejuan Jones rushed for a ca reerhigh 148 yards and a touch down and Mark Clayton caught two of Jason Whites three touch down passes for the Sooners White the returning Heisman Trophy winner completed 21 of 31 passes for 238 yards but also threw an interception that was returned for a touchdown Adrian Peterson the Sooners toprated highschool recruit flashed brilliance with a 35yard touchdown run and finished with 100 yards on 16 carries No 3 Georgia 48 Georgia Southern 28 Danny Ware rushed for 135 yards and three touchdown in his college debut for the Bull dogs Ware was the first freshman running back to start his first game at Georgia since 1943 He opened the scoring for Georgia with a 10yard touchdown run He added a 3yard scoring run early in the third quarter helping the Bulldogs pull away from a close game at halftime Tyson Browning had a 72yard punt return and Reggie Brown caught a 43yard pass from David Greene for Georgia No 7 Texas 65 North Texas 0 Cedric Benson ran for 181 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Longhorns punishing rushing attack Benson who ranks third in ca reer yards at Texas behind Heis man Trophy winners Ricky Williams 14 asTexas cruised to a 440 nalftimelead Benson averaged yards on 15 carries and Texas rolled up 513 yards on the ground against the threetime defending Sun Belt Conference champions No 9 Ohio State 27 Cincinnati 6 Lydell Ross rushed for 141 yards and a touchdown and Ohio States swarming defense stymied Cincinnati Justin Zwick threw two inter ceptions and had four fumbles in his first start for the Buckeyes He completed 14 of 26 passes for 213 yards and a touchdown Backup Troy Smith played far less but produced two scores in three drives including a TD pass No 10 West Virginia 56 East Carolina 23 KayJay Harris rushed for a schoolrecord 337 yards and four touchdowns for the Moun taineers Harris broke the school record of 291 yards set by Kerry Marbury in 1971 against Temple It also was a Big East record eclipsing the mark of 299 set by Miamis Edgerrin James in 1998 against UCLA Jason Colson added two scores as the Mountaineers compiled 478 yards on the ground No 12 Kansas St 27 Western Kentucky 13 Darren Sproles ran for 221 yards and a touchdown on 42 carries leading Kansas State past IAA Western Kentucky Sproles the nations leading rusher with yards last sea son extended his school record with his 20th 100yard game Dylan Meier a sophomore making his first start at quarter back as Robersons replacement threw for 183 yards and ran for 60 yards and one score No 13 California 56 Air Force 14 Arrington ran for 181 yards and three touchdowns and Aaron Rodgers threw for 208 yards and a touchdown to help California pull away from Air Force in the second half Air Force knocked off Cal the last time the Bears were ranked in 2002 and another upset ap peared to be brewing when the Falcons were within seven points at halftime But after struggling with Air Forces triple option early Cal fig ured out its assignments Air Force had 214 yards its first three drives but just 12 in its next four No 16 Virginia 44 Temple 14 Wali Lundy ran for 104 yards and three touchdowns and Alvin Pearman returned a punt 70 yards for a score to lead the Cav aliers to an easy opening win The Owls had more fumbles four than thirddown conver sions two and lost to a Top 25 teairifortheiStli straight time Marques Hagaris finishedtl for22 for 211 yards and rushed and threw for a touchdown for Virginia No 17 Auburn 31 LouisianaMonroe 0 Jason Campbell passed for two touchdowns and Carnell Williams ran for 103 yards as the Tigers unveiled a new West Coast offense Auburns new system sputtered at times but still fared better than Oregon State placekicker Alexis Serna shouted in dismay after missing an extra point in overtime AP down passes and ran for another score in his first start for the Bad gers Anthony Davis rushed for 78 yards and a touchdown for Badgers but left late in the first half after taking a hard hit at end of a 21yard run Davis who missed five games last year with ankle in juries moved into second place on the schools alltime rushing list behind Ron Dayne college footballs career rushing leader f Stocco threw touchdown pass es of 16 and 52 yards in the BadT gers biggest win in a opener since whipping Murray State 4910 in 1999 in last years opening shutout de feat to Southern California that set the stage for a disappointing season Williams carried 23 times and caught a 9yard touchdown pass Steven Jyles was 16for22 passing for only 96 yards for LouisianaMo nro e No 18 Missouri 52 Arkansas St 20 Brad Smith threw for 233 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 63 yards and another score for Missouri Smith a junior who ran for yards and passed for last season averaged yards on six carries and scored on a 34 yard secondquarter run He completed 14 of 22 passes with the three touchdowns and one interception Damien Nash ran 15 times for a careerhigh 126 yards and scored twice and Sean Coffey caught five passes for 113 yards and a touchdown a 60yarder No 19 Iowa 39 Kent St 7 Drew Tate threw two touch downs in his first start and No 19 Iowa turned in a dominating de fensive performance The Hawkeyes held the Golden Flashes to 110 total yards and minus13 yards rushing Kent State playing without suspended quarterback Josh Cribbs crossed midfield just No 22 Maryland 23 Northern Illinois 20 Nick Novak became the lead ing scorer in Atlantic Coast ference history kicking three field goals and two conversions to rescued the erratic Maryland oQense Novak kicked field goals of 34 and 44 yards His 11point night gave him a career total of 335 breaking the record of 326 j set by Scott Bentley of State No 25 Minnesota 63 Toledo 21 Bryan Cupito was 10of12 for7 279 yards and a touchdown in first start and Minnesotas ning backs picked up where they left off last season Marion Barber III and once late in the third flawa linebacker looking ho had returning his second 30 yards for a touch down in the fourth quarter The only score for Kent State came late in the first half when linebacker Jack Williams picked off a pass in the end zone and ran 100 yards for a touchdown the longest interception return in school history No 21 Wisconsin 34 Central Florida 6 John Stocco threw two touch history to rush for yards each in consecutive seasons scored two TDs apiece The phers finished with 704 yards i Barber 78 yards and Maroney 108 yards carried 14 times each and didnt play in the second half with the game already well out of hand Jared Ellerson had four ceptions for 140 yards and true 1 freshman Ernie Wheelwright r caught two touchdown passes for Minnesota East Stroudsburg knocks off Boro By The Associated Press PS AC FO U tl d U p EDINBORO Jim Terwilliger threw for 371 yards including a 51yard touchdown pass and East Stroudsburg beat Edinboro 207 in a Pennsylvania State Ath letic Conference interdivision game Saturday Mark Brubaker kicked field goals of 26 and 28 yards for the first and final points of the game Terwilliger fell just nine yards short of his singlegame passing record He connected with Tim Strenfel with remaining in the third quarter Strenfel led the Warriors 20 with a career high ten catches for 173 yards Andre Burke capped a 76yard drive with a 5yard scoring run with in the third quarter for Edinboro Edinboros Justin Bouch com pleted 17 of 29 passes for 230 yards with two interceptions in cluding one in the end zone Shippensburg 35 Shepherd 7 SHIPPENSBURG John Kuhn ran for two touchdowns and Tony Gomez threw one and ran for one as Shippensburg beat Shepherd Kuhn rushed for 149 yards on 27 carries and scored on a 2yard run in the first quarter and a 15 yard run in the fourth The Raiders 20 also scored on Gomez 27yard pass to David Wilkerson in the second quarter and on his 8yard run in the fourth Rick Henshaw connected with Pat Ferguson on a 58yard pass in the third quarter Leonard Ferguson connected with Rodney Jackson on 67yard pass in the third quarter for Shepherd The Raiders rushed for 283 yards and passed for 244 The Rams rushed for 48 and passed for 181 Kutztown 25 Clarion 14 KUTZTOWN Yusef Turner returned a fumble for a touch down and blocked a punt that was returned for another score to lead Kutztown over Clarion Kutztown got a strong effort Sports hours 811 MondaySaturday Around the area From Staff Reports Elderton scores soccer win KnTANNING Andre Stivanins two goals helped lift Elder ton to a 21 victory over Kittanning in a high school boys soccer game Saturday Stivanin broke a 11 tie with six minutes remaining in the game scoring on an assist from Matt Johnson Bobcat goalkeeper Tell Vickers faced 15 shots Elderton 10 visits Springdale on Tuesday Rossiter splits baseball games ROSSITER Rossiter drew a split in two games Saturday at the Rossiter Baseball Tournament Rossiter defeated Pittsburgh Crawford 171 and fell to St Johns 21 in extra innings In other games Jefferson Borough defeated Pittsburgh Craw ford 61 and the Pittsburgh 30s defeated Ford City 133 from its defense which sacked Clarion quarterback Brandon Dando six times and forced five turnovers Turner had two of the sacks Turner blocked a punt by Clari ons Joe Farkas which was scooped up by Matt Millard and returned 12 yards for a touch down Turner later returned a fumble forced by Adam Ogorek 12 yards for another score Michael Baldwin returned an in terception for a touchdown for Kutztown late in the third quar ter Marcus Lowe rushed for two touchdowns for Clarion but Kutztown forced three intercep tions by Dando and recovered two fumbles Tony Bria rushed for 118 yards on 25 carries and scored Kutz towns lone offensive touch down James Madison 62 Lock Haven 7 HARRISONBURG Va Justin Rascati threw for three touch downs and Maurice Fenner ran for 165 yards yards and a score as Division IAA James Madison opened its season with a victory over Lock Haven The Dukes piled up 609 yards of total offense 352 on the ground while holding Lock Haven 11 to 198 total yards Fenners 83yard touchdown run in the second quarter was the fourth longest run in James Madison history Alvin Banks added 108 yards on 15 carries for the Dukes and scored on runs of 2 and 3 yards Lock Havens Brian Camberg was 9for17 for 139 yards and one touchdown a 4yard strike to Rafael Smith in the second pe riod West Virginia Wesleyan 27 Mansfield 14 MANSFIELD Dues scored two touchdowns and West Virginia Wesleyan scored four times off Mansfield turnovers Dues who rushed for 79 yards scored on a 13yard run two plays after Alan Krutulis inter cepted a pass and returned it to the Mansfield 14yard line Mansfields Joe Bennett caught a 13yard touchdown pass from David Fetzer to tie the score 77 with remaining in the first quarter Mansfield 02 took a 147 lead on a 3yard plunge by Earnest McNeal who led all rushers with 109 yards on 33 car ries But West Virginia Wesleyan 1 1 recovered a Mansfield fumble on the 38yard line with 40 sec onds left in the first half and scored two plays later on an 8 yard run by Dues Krutulis intercepted another pass in the third quarter and re turned it to the Mansfield 3yard line setting up a 1yard score by Max Williams With remain ing in the game Mike Hibbert re turned an interception 20 yards for a touchdown Northeastern 71 Cheyney 0 BROOKLINE Mass North eastern beat Division II Cheyney in coach Rocky Hagers debut Shawn Brady completed 8 of 10 passes for 173 yards and a touch down and also scored on a 1 yard touchdown run in limited action Corey Parks caught four passes for 125 yards and two touchdowns as the Huskies 10 compiled 563 yards of total of fense Northeastern rolled up 317 yards on the ground led by Barry Jeanson with 80 yards and three touchdowns Anthony Riley had 75 yards rushing and Maurice Murray ran for 47 yards and three scores The Huskies defense limited Cheyney to 149 yards of offense including just 18 net yards rush ing Cheyney 02 is a freshman heavy team which has won just two of its last 22 games and has not had a winning season since 1979 Cheyney was led by Billy Mitchell who rushed for 31 yards on 12 carries Northwest Missouri St 38 i West Chester 7 MARYVILLE Mo Josh berson connected with Jamaica Rector for two touchdown passes and ran for a teamhigh 58 yards t as Northwest Missouri State cruised past West Chester The Bearcats jumped out to a E 240 halftime lead that included Gabriel Helms 83yard return of a blocked field goal as time pired in the second quarter Shon Wells added two rushing downs for Northwest Missouri Lamberson was 24for33 for 263 yards to lead the Bearcats while Rectors two touchdowns put him at No 5 on the schools alltime career points list Osagie Osunde led West Chester 11 with 54 yards ing and the Golden Rams only touchdown Highberger helps CMU win HIRAM Ohio AP Joseph Hurley ran for two touchdowns in the third quarter and CarnegieMellon rolled up 380 yards on offense to beat Hiram 440 Saturday in the season opener for both teams o Hurley scored on a 4yard run with left in the third ter and a 15yard run with to go to put the Tartans ahead 290 CarnegieMellon also scored on Jon Cakerts 3yard run in the first quarter a 29yard pass from Jarrod Highberger to Mark Davis 1 in the second Matt Jones 1yard run in the third and a 13yard run by Robert Gimson in the fourth Neil Stegall kicked a 22 yard field goal in the second 3 Highberger a senior is a Blairsville High School graduate The Tartans rushed for yards and passed for 90 yards
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