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   Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 21, 1982, Tyrone, Pennsylvania                              Page Six Unbeaten Golden Eagles Renew Old Rivalry At Bedford Tomorrow Tyrone BA Take Win On The Road For 8thWeek Tests Lions Warner Will Be Returning Home Again ByLEN SLOTHER Herald Sports Editor Tyrone High rekindles an old rivalry away from home tomorrow night aiming to keep its perfect slate intact while neighboring BellwoodrAntis travels for a traditional clash with a Blair County foe on Saturday seeking to lengthen a four gamewinning streak of its own as area schoolboy foot ballers reach the eighth stop on the 1982 card this weekend Head coach Tom Millers unbeaten untied Golden Eagles 70 step outside the Big Eight and Central Counties conference lines to face Bedford for the first time since 1944 Friday night on the Black Panthers home turf and coach John Hayes of BellwoodAntis takes his Blue Devils conntingent on a short crosscounty trip to Claysburg for a Saturday night ap pearance All five other Blair Co clubs will be busy Friday night with one other intracounty mat chup included in those four games The headliner mat ches neighboring rivals Hollidaysburg 61 and un defeated Bishop Guilfoyle 7 0 at Holiidaysburg Other games find Punxsy 43 visiting Altoona Bellefonte 16 and coming off its first win of the season last week over JerseyShore rolling into Roaring Spring UK meet Central 25 and Williamsburg journeying to Everett Tyrone headed on a collision course for a big showdown with another un defeated conference titan in Chief Logan next week at Gray Field directs its con centration this week on a Bedford team that won four of its first five games before being nailed with backtoback losses the past two weeks Tyrone checks in counting Huntingdon Bellwood Antis Lewistown Bellefonte BEA 24 Central 2114 and Marty Kimmel Matt Cannistraci Don Cherry Bill Dixon MULTIPLE WINNERS of the Golden Eagles PlayeroftheWeek honors were named again by the Tyrone High coaches this eek as no less than five piayers were cited for their performances in last weeks 217 win at Philipsburg On offense the coaches selected running backMarty Kimmel who rushed for 137 yards on 28 carries and scored two TDs and cocaptain tight end Mark Cannistraci who graded a dandy 924 per cent blocking efficiency under the coaches rating system Defensively the POW honors went to a trio of Eagles with veteran linebacker Bill Dixon 10 tackles two steady Don Cherry 10 tackles and one pass knock down and halfbackKevin Jenkins two interceptions and three passes knocked down in addition to averaging 427 yards a kick on six punts were tabbed cowinners As Fire Martin ByJOESARGIS UPI Sports Writer OAKLAND Calif UPI If Billy Martin decides to manage in 1983 and there is a chance he might decide to sit the year out chances are it will be with the Cleveland Indians but dont bet he doesnt wind up with the New York Yankees for a third time Those are the only two clubs which have shown interest in the muchtraveled Martin who was fired from his sixth job Wednesday by the Oakland As Indians President Gabe Paul an old friend already has talked once with Martin while he was still the As manager and chances are he will talk with him again and very soon Martin was fired twice by the Yankees and now once each by the Minnesota Twins DetroitTigers Texas Rangers and As Oakland President Roy Eisenhardt gave Martin whose contract runs through 1985 the bad news Wednesday and said he w o u 1 d honor their agreement So Martin is not exactly penniless Over the next three years should he decide not to work he will collect a total of In addition there is a home in Blackwood an Oakland suburb that was given to him outright by the As a year ago in a gesture of gratitude for turning the Oakland franchise around But as in every other city where he has managed Martin wore out his with the As and Eisenhardt in announcing his firing said one must recognize the inevitability of change as a solution for difficult cir cumstances even when no party may seek or want a change That was Eisenhardts polite way of saying the As no longer could afford Martins behavior no matter how much he had done to improve the club At the bottom of Eisenhardts decision to fire Martin was the latters in sistence on keeping old players past their prime because they were his friends an incident in whiclvhe walked out in the middle of a game because he was upset at the way the As were playing and a temper tandrum in which Martin wrecked his ballpark office when the club refused to renegotiate his contract So now Martin who remained secluded and had no comment about his firing is gone from Oakland and the search begins for a replacement The club has no immediate plans to name a successor Eisenhardt said indicating the As will look over the field before making a decision But Eisenhardt said he to name an adviser by the end of next week and in that regard he already has talked with Bill Rigney Under reorganization Eisenhardt plans to move in and assume some of the general managers duties which Martin also ad ministered with the help of a seasoned adviser Rigney fits that mold perfectly since he is a former bigleague manager and currently is under con tract to the California Angels as an adviser to President BuzzyBavasi Rigney indicated to Eisenhardt when he talked with him Tuesday he is in terested in working for the As BELLWOODANTIS QUARTERBACK Bob Gill cocks to throw on the roll PhilipsburgOsceola 217 victims in the unbeaten march thats bolted them to the top of the Big Eight and Central Counties standings and No 4 ranking in the Western Con ference A group Enroute Millers charges have outscored the opposition by a 184 to 43 bulge and rolled up 2161 net yards total offense just over 300 yards per Ten different players have scored touchdowns and an even dozen have contributed to the scoring Flashy Marty Kimmel one of the districts premier running backs has scored 13 touchdowns and Tiger Rupert andBil Dixon three each to head the TD parade PatStarzecky has booted 17 PATs and a field goal and defensive specialist Don Cherry has added a safety Kimmel has delivered the lightning in the Big Oranges rumbling offense shredding enemy defenses for 936 yards on 134 calls to move within 64 yards of the coveted 1000 yard mark Hes not been held under 130 yards in the last five games topping the 200 mark in one His running mate in the backfield Rupert meanwhile has punched out 430 tough yards on 79 carries passing the career 1000yard plateau to 1012 just last week with 43 yards on seven cracks With injured senior starters Jeff Golden and Bruce Wallace missing Kimmel and Rupert will be joined in the backfield again by quar terback Mark Barr and flanker Chris Elder By air the Eagles have covered 392 Golden and Barr charting 24for54 Elder eight catches for 74 yards and cocaptain Mark Cannistraci eight receptions for 143 have been the top receivers The defense has com plemented that potent attack well Rocksteady for the most part its allowed only 170 total yards and six points pergame while picking off 18passes and covering eight fumbles Bedford which opened the season with seven offensive starters and 13 lettermen returning from a 45 team fell to Ligonier Valley 2013 and then went to 41 with wins over Somerset Conemaugh Twp Windber 266 and Everett But theyve fallen to 43the past two weeks with losses to Bishop McCort 2215 and Richland We got a chance to scout them last Saturday against Richland but it was really hard to get a good look at them observed Miller The weather was really lousy and piaying conditions were really bad Theyre about our size physically And they have a real good fullback and quarterback The quarterback is one of the stats leaders in that area but he was hurt in the Richland game and we dont know what his status will be this week If hes not back theyll have a capable replacement a senior who was their quarterback last year They use a runandshoot offense he added Theyre as good as any team weve played yet maybe with the exception of Huntingdon Were not looking pasl them to Chief Were taking them one at a time as weve been all year Itll be the 10th Tyrone Bedford football meeting though the first since 1944 Bedford reeled off two straight wins 190 and 70 to open the seriesin 1929 and 1930 before Tyrone triumphed 190 in 31 Following a eightyear break in the series the rivalry WPIAL Rejects Butler Request To Overturn Ruling PITTSBURGH UPI The WPIAL Board of Control has rejected a request by Butler High School to overturn an earlier ruling that prevents Ricardo Tico Cooper from playing basketball for Butler The ruling by the 16 member board reaffirms a Sept 15 decision in which it said the 6foot7 senior from Aruba a Carribbean island off the coast of Venezuela was ineligible The ruling was based on the WPIALs transfer for athletic intent clause The original decision was sustained said Chuck Heberling executive director of the WPIAL Ricardo Cooper will be ineligible to play basketball during the 198283 season Heberling said Wednesday nights vote on the Cooper matter was 113 The original vote against Cooper was 124 Two board members were absent from the Wednesday resumed in 1939 and continued through 1944 with Tyrone hammering out five straight shutouts and a 256 win in the last meeting before the series was suspended again Riding a fourgame win streak thats boostedthem to 52 BellwoodAntis is in position with three1 games to go totop itsprevious best record 73 under thirdyear head coach Hayes as it points to Claysburg Saturday One win1 away from nailing down its fifth winning season in the last six years the Blue Devils only losseshave been dealt by a pair of still unbeaten untied powers Tyrone 280 and Bishop Guilfoyle 5425 They opened with a 2623 victory over Penns Valley and have regrouped from the backtoback losses to Tyrone and BG to handle William sburg Tussey Everett 216 and Northern Bedford Including four 300yards plus offensive performances the Blue Devils have racked up 1972 net yards in total offense for a 282yard average and allowed 1542 Theyre coming off their two strongest defensive efforts of the season though allowing their last two opponents less than 80 yards each in total offense Steve Miller cracked the 100yard mark for the first time last week to boost his season totals to 493 yards and seven TDs on 115 carries as the teams leading rusher John Youngkin who just missed a 100yard game last week has churned out 364 yafds on 60 carries and has a teanvriigh eight TDs Through the airlanes theyve added 536 yards on 28 for72 Quarterback Bob Gill has hit 28of71 with Youngkin snaring nine for 272 yards Ken Campbell nine for 153 and Miller six for 51 Firstyear head coach Jack Krider brings Claysburg in with a 34 record including wins over Northern Bedford 1816 and Tussey 400 the last two times out The other win was a 400 rout of Glen dale while the losses were to Juniata Valley Williamsburg West Brach 170 and Chestnut Ridge The Bulldogs boast good size with 65 250 pound Tom Sell and 510 220pound Tom Helsel at the tackles an choring the line They havent beaten the Blue Devils since 1973 falling last year for the eighth straight time in the series 34 6 at Bellwood Grid Menu SPORTS CARD anna MORGANTOWN WVa running back Curt Warner is back on track adding a new dimension to eighthranked Penn States attack just in time for its game against West Virginia Warner a native Wesl Virginian will meet the Mountaineers for the final time Saturday While Penn State had Home Team fensive line troubles early PROBABLE WTNNE prompting coach Joe Paterno to go to a stronger passing game the linemen are also track West Virginia defensive coordinator Dennis Brown said Wednesday Warner logged his first 100yard rushing game in the Nittany Lions 287 victory over Syracuse last Saturday At this point in time their offensive Ifne has caught up with their passing game Brown said back Curt Warner has started to come oh and started to gain confidence and theyre not making the mistakes they were three or four weeks ago As a result said Brown Penn State playsa farmore balanced offensive game than either Pitt which leans heavily on the pass or Oklahoma another WVU opponent which relies on running The outcome of the game could well be determined by each teams linemen Brown said H we lose the battle of the trenches this year were going to lose the game said Brown The Nittany Lions and llthranked Mountaineers will clash before a sellout crowd of 56000 at Mountaineer Field Both teams are 51 Penn State falling at Alabama two weeks ago and WVU losing at Pitt Tyrone Daily Herald Thursday October 211982 FOOTBALL FORECASTS Albion 7 THURSDAY Jr High Games Bellwood atTyrpne4 pm SltiGrade Games Tyrone at Juniata Valley 4 pm Varsity Games Tyrone at Bedford Bish GuilfoyleatHburg Punxsy at AHoona Bellefonte at Central Williamsburg atEverett PhilOscatBEA South Hdon at Chief Logan Lewistown at Hdon Lock Haven at Wmsprt Tussey at Mo Valley Juniata Valley at West Branch DuBois al Stale College St Marys at Clearfield Curwensville at Bucktail Portage at Cambria Hts Windber at Central Cambria Forest Hills at Bishop McCort Indiana at Valley Marion Center at HomerCenter Ligonier Valley at Kiski Prep Mount Union at Penns Valley Meyersdale at Shade Penn Cambria at Northern Cambria SATURDAY Varsity Games BellwoodAntis at Claysburg GlendaleatPenns Manor Laurel Valley at Blacklick Jtwn VoTech at Bish Carroll at No Bedford Cone Twp at Richland Cone Valley at Ferndale Somerset at Westmont 24 AIR FORCE 35 AKRON 14 35 Albany N Y State 28 Arkansas State 21 20 28 State 20 BOSTON COLLEGE 28 U 1ft Bowling Green4R YOUNG 42 BROWN 24 21 TEXASEL PASO 14 Marshall 7 CINCINNATI 14 14 Pacific Calif 7 McNeese State 14 17 14 Capital 7 TEXAS CHRISTIAN 2O Weber State 14 7 Massachusetts 13 4 13 COLORADO STATE U 21 HOLY CROSS 4 21 Kent State 14 14 14 Central Michigan State State State 24 Indiana Hi Pa CLEMSON 20 NORTHCAROLINA STATE 14 COLGATE 21 HUTGEB8 20 31 Bucknell 14 24 Maine 14 DARTMOUTH 14 24 Canieius 14 State 14 Virginia State 13 24 Towson State 14 Valley42 Wilkea 7 38 Marietta 7 Carolina 21 Illinois State East Stroudsburg 24 Millersville State Eastern Illinois 24 Illinois Eastern Kentucky 21 JtuUfceasi Bdinboro State T 28 Mansfield State 24 Franklin Florida A M Marshall Purman GEORGIA State State Institute 21 31 21 24 21 21 24 NBA Owners Prepared To Cut Rosters Reduce Benefits during action in the Blue Devils fourth straight victory last Friday night nl8htmeetlng against Northern Bedford Moving in to protect him is senior guard Tim py basketball last year for Providence Day School in Charlotte NC THURSDAY Girls Basketball r JVVarsity JuniataValley alTyrone 7 pm Jr High Tyrone at So Hdon 4 pm CroMCountry Blairton League Championship Meet Girls Field Hockey Bellwood at Huntingdon 4 pm Sports Deals Wednesday Baseball Cleveland Announced Its affiliation with Buffalo of the Eastern League Los Angeles Named Joe Amalfltano coach Oakland Dismissed Manager Billy Martin By RANDY MINKOFF UPI Sports Writer CHICAGO UPI There has been an important development regarding player compensation in negotiations with players on a new contract NBA Com missioner Larry OBrien says But OBrien also warned Wednesday the owners were prepared to cut rosters from 12 to 10 players and reduce fringe benefits and travel benefits if an impasse regarding a new contract occurred OBrien remained tight lipped about what the change regarding player com pensation was in the talks designed to work out a new collective bargaining agreement with the players NBA players have been without a contract since June 1 OBrien emerged from an unexpectedly short 90minute meeting of all NBA owners to say talks were continuing but it would not be in the best interests of either party to elaborate on the specifics At least one owners representative Jon Kovler of the Chicago Bulls indicated he was optimistic an agreement could be reached He said he saw little chance of a strike before the start of the season at the end of the month In the past two weeks there has been an important development in the collective bargaining negotiations between the NBA and the players association OBrien said in a prepared statement For the first time we have engaged in discussionswith the players concerning an entirely new Approach to the way in which player com pensation is structured Several NBA owners have been unhappy with the freeagency system in pro basketball that only allows teams losing free agents to match the offer a player receives from another team If the team losing the free agent does not match the offer the club loses the player without any player com pensation The freeagency system in basketball is considered by many to be the best in professional sports The average NBA salary this season is estimated at more than Although we hope these negotiations will be suc cessful the Board of Gover nors this morning reaffirmed its resolve to implement a variety of costsaving measures in the event of an impasse with the players OBrien said We expect that within the next week we will be better able to judge whether these discussions may be productive if it ap pears they are not likely to succeed we will proceed to implement the costsaving measures on impasse The owners also reportedly are seeking to eliminate all guaranteed contracts atf part of the overall cutting of fringe benefits 14 14 14 14 14 21 Carolina State 1 Urainus 14 Tennessee State 14 7 HajnpdenBydnay New York Tech14 Jackson State 14 f 17 Morgan State14 JUBVXRD 17 PRINCETON 14 Grand Valley State 14 28 Kalamazoo 14 State 21 Montana 20 24 Montana State 21 ILLINOISi 24 21 Central 55 Georgetown Ky 14 IOWA STATE24 COLORADO 14 21 Madison 21 William Mary14 Hopkins28 Lebanon Valley 7 Albright 7 KANSAS17 KANSAS STATE14 31 Davidson 7 STATE 21 SOUTH CAHOLIHA 20 Louisiana Tech21 N U Louisiana14 28 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