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   Madison Capital Times (Newspaper) - August 27, 1992, Madison, Wisconsin                                4C The Capital Times 1992 Marshalls Bobby Smith returns as one of the top high school quarterbacks In the area this Players Continned from Page 1C Hes one of those players that you have to turn off the lights and lock the door to get him out of the weight Edgerton coach Jack Gregory Ben A returning twoway McCormick has the poise and experience that comes from leading the Cardinals to the state tournament in basketball and Ben provides a lot of leadership and poise under Colum bus coach John Titus Bens teammates have a lot of confidence in his McCormick passed for 13 TDs and more than yards to lead the Cardinals to the WIAA Division 4 sec tional Man running A twotime allBadger Conference running Paske has amassed career rushing He rushed for yards and 12 TDs as a junior and also earned second team Badger Conference honors at Matt knows what it takes to get the job and he does said DeForest coach Jerry Paske also led DeForest in tackles last Lionel running Madison who battled back from a gunshot wound suffered at the end of his sophomore rushed for nearly 900 yards in five He earned allcity and honorable men tion allBig Eight honors despite play ing less than a full Peyton is also a standout linebacker and han dles the Spartans placekicking Hell never leave the Me morial coach Wally Schoessow When you watch him hes one of those players that youll pick out And hes one of the best blockers Ive ever Man tight Rice is a twotime allBadger Conference defensive end and as one of the Car dinals fastest players will also start at tight Mans a dream player to coach be cause he is very Middleton coach Kurt Gundlach While he has a lot of what makes Matt stand out Is that he con centrates on doing the little things Hes not just out there running relying on his natural ability and thats a real plus for Bobby Smith led the Cardinals to the WIAA Division 6 sec tional title passing for nearly He earned first team all Eastern Suburban Conference honors at quarterback and was the WIAA Division 3 discus state Bobbys a good allaround athlete and has a strong throwing Mar shall coach Mike Zimmerman During the first half of last it East Xang PK Scott Madison Edge wood Nate Madison Holy Name Josh An Madison West John Marshall Paul McFarland John Middleton Matt Dupuis Jamie Monona Grove Dan Monroe Brett Daryl Russ Oregon Neil New GlarusMonticello Shawn QB Wade RB Stein Pecatonica Argyle Craig Portage Eric Chad Reedsburg Ryan Mike Sauk Prairie Marshall Sun Prairie Don Andy Dave Verona Jason Waterloo Eric Matt Waunakee Mark Bon Rhyan RB Brad P Andy Ste Wisconsin Dells Ben Wis consin Heights Todd Scon The Capital Times CALL 2526363 TO SUBSCRIBE 1 Delta Super Value Days Now get great woodworking performance and a great deal on savings Come and See a Full Line of Delta Tools on Sale SALE RUNS TWO WEEKS 10 MOTORIZED A A D e LTA MITER BOX ON THE JOB CUTTING PERFORMANCE 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upcoming Its a time when everyone can dream of beating that hated winning the confer ence championship and taking home a state But for one area the future doesnt look quite so I just hope we can finish the said Deerfield High School football coach Randy And hes not Deerfield has a grand total of 14 players out for the varsity squad this And Chad Jeff Schrinner and Barry Gjermo are the only returning letterwinners from last seasons 36 To give itself a better chance of entering the Dual County Conference season without losing any more players to Deerfield cancelled Fridays nonconference season opener against a physical IowaGrant Whats the sense playing Ketlin ski I mean if we lose two guys to in our season is Ketlinski said he hopes Deerfield will de cide to coop with another school in the fu ture so such a problem doesnt arise The Demons had to forfeit their last three games of the 1988 season because of injuries and low Its ludicrous to play guys both ways every game while youre going against schools three or four times our Ketlin ski And we cant even scrimmage our selves because we dont have enough Ketlinski doesnt believe the number of athletes coming out for football will improve in the near The kids in this day and age just dont want to pay the price to play he I dont know if Stanford football coach Bill Walsh could get kids to come out for football in It seems the only good news is that 12 can didates turned out for the freshman Numbers not all that bad considering the junior and senior classes had just 14 players come But a Deerfield school policy prevents freshmen from playing var sity was difficult for him to find receivers and stay in the But he showed tremendous improvement as the season SPECIAL MENTION Todd One of the areas most versatile Grundahl earned Badger Conference firstteam honors as a punter and secondteam at both wide receiver and defensive Grundahl rolled up 378 allpur pose yards and scored four TDs in the Norskies 4826 win over Fort At kinson last Jay Matthews will an chor the Norskies lines after earning first team allBadger Conference honors at offensive tackle and sec ond team at defensive tackle last David Madison Simon will be paired with Peyton to give the Spartans a formidable An allconference Simon also has sprinters speed with a time In the Mario One of the bet ter twoway players in the Capitol Trafficante earned sec ondteam allleague honors at guard and linebacker as a Bryan Woodhouse rushed for including 321 in the and scored 21 TDs to earn first team allBadger Conference But he suffered a broken ankle the first week of prac tice and is out OTHERS TO WATCH Baraboo Tim Cambridge Brad Ben Columbus Ben Chris DeForest Dean Edgertpn Jason Punzel Mario Lodi Scott Madison WEEKEND FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Friday Badger DeForest at Monroe Waunakee at Oregon Sauk Prairie at Middleton Monona Grove at Fort Atkinson Nonconference Stoughton at Edgertori Belolt Memorjar at Waukesha South t Janesvllle Parker at Watertown Milton at Janesvllle Craig Madison Memorial at Baraboo Madison La Follette at Beaver Dam Sun Prafrle at Brookf ield Central River Valley at Wisconsin Dells Reedsburg at Jefferson Lodi at Cambridge Portage at McFarland Lakeside Lutheran at Poynette Columbus at Horlcon Wisconsin Heights at New GlarusMontlcello EvansvilleAlbany Horeb Barneveld Waterloo at Lake Mills Stevens Point Pacelll at Marshall Belleville at Williams Bay PecatonicaArgyle at Benton Shullsburg at Bfack Hawk Madison Holy Name at Belmont Deerfield can celled Saturday Nonconference Green Bay Notre Dame Madi son East Madison West at Milwaukee Marquette Verona at Madison Edgewood South Central Preview Baraboo Coach Doug 11th year at 1991 record 55 Lost to Holmen In WIAA Division 2 Sectional Lettermen 14 20 Re turnees are Chris Gable Craig Philipp John Philipp Andy Rose Wade Romberg Todd Buchholz Jake Kalscheur Jay Bohl Jason Smith Tim Johnson Chris Ruge Gary Volz Chris Par chem Aaron Weiland Tom Spragg Ryan Ulrich Cory Kurtz Willy Wayne Pat Terry and Brad Kllngenmeyer Hard to replace Shane Collins Joe Stuber and Dale Curtln Outlook The Thunderbirds return all conference fullback Tim who rushed for over 600 yards last Although Frelermuth is fairly happy with the play of his offensive and defensive units thus he believes the team must find some quality special teams players to reach its full potential and make a return trip to the WIAA Portage Coach Jeff third year at 1991 record Lettermen 18 16 Re turnees are Chad Edwards Jer rod Myers David Schelble Mike Foil Jerred Weber Eric Corbett Scott Bauer Javier Loredo Terry Simonsin Tim Branshaw Andy Wheeler Andy Voigt Rick Ferguson Rich Hemler Mike Chap man and Mark Murphy Hard to replace Brad Bender Dan Mills DL and Chris Wolfram Outlook Could this be the season the Warriors finally get back on the winning track This would be as good of a year as it for Wiessingers With all of its returning skilled position including running back Chad Ed who rushed for 694 yards in six games last and quarterback Eric Portage may be ready for a move upward in the The biggest question remains in the Wiessinger said his linemen have a lot of athletic tal but overall there is a lack of experi Linebacker Javier Loredo will an chor a solid 91 FINAL RMddxrg W L W L 6 0 AdanuFrtofxhhlp2 4 4 2 Wisconsin 5 5 1992 SCHEDULE Friday Madison Memorial at Baraboo River Volley at Wisconsin Dells Reedsburg at Jefferson ManhflekJ Columbus at Nekoaia Portage at McFarland all games nonconference 4 Rlchkmd Center at Reedsburg Plottevllle at Wisconsin Dells DeForest at Baraboo oil games nonconference 5 Tomahawk at Portage nc 11 Mouston at Portage Baraboo at Reedsburg AdamsFriendship at Wisconsin Dells Nekoosa at Sparta nc 18 Reediburo at Mouiton Wisconsin Delta at Baraboo Portage at Nekoosa Sept 25 Mouston at Wisconsin Dells Baraboo at AdamsFriendship Nekoosa at Reedsburg Madison Edgewood at Portage nc 2 Reedsburg at Portage AdamsFriendship at Mouston Wisconsin Delto at Nekoosa Baraboo at Marshfteki nc 9 Mansion at Baraboo Portage at Wisconsin Dells Nekoosa at AdamsFriendship Sparta at Reedsburg nc M Baraboo at Nekoosa AdamsFriendship at Portage Wisconsin Dells at Reedsburg 22 Portage at Baraboo Reedsburg at AdamsFriendship NekoosaatMoustan Wisconsin Dells at Vlroquo nc Reedsburg Coach Jerry 10th year at 1991 record Lettermen 15 15 Re turnees are Tim Brandt Steve Moon James Scharfenberg Jason Schultz Ryan Engel Mike Riberich Kirk Nelson TEJ Shawn Foss Jim Langhans Corey Rockweiler Ryan Harms Scott Haugh Jason Hooker Erick Schuster and Jason McDonough Hard to replace Mark Strutz Dan Harrison Nate Woolever and David Hanson Outlook Tim Brandt Ryan Engel Ryan Harms RB and Mike Riberich C are the only returning start ers for But Griffin is hoping a number of talented seniors and juniors can fill all the holes created by gradua Portage hopes to play some power football this year with running backs Corey Rockweiler and Scott Haugh all tipping the scales at over 200 The biggest concern is whether the Inexperienced offensive line can give the large backs enough time to get some momentum Wisconsin Dells Coach Bryan first year at Wis consin 1991 record Lettermen 10 Returnees are Ben Jagoe Matt May Pat Brandt Gabe Pulling Jason Morris Jeff Grex Ken Monlnskl Chris Schultz Brian Gilbertson G and Gabe OBrien Outlook Yager hopes his squad can become comfortable as quickly as possi ble with the new lbone offense and 52 defense he plans to Luckily for he has Ben Jagoe and Matt both returning at quarterback to give the offense some Dont Took for the Chiefs to contend for the 1992 SCC but if the team can grasp the new systems fast Wisconsin Dells could improve upon last seasons a The Finest Stock Car Racing In The Midwest Every Friday Nite ADMISSION Students Kids Under Located on Sunrise Road OH of 138 Between Oregon and Track Phone 608 8358305 Office Phone This Friday 40 Lap Late Model Full Racing Program PlusA Special trailer race for the street stocks a a Recruiters covet state threesome Depth lacking again in 1992 By Brent Engh The Capital Times Year after at least a few bigtime college football pros pects emerge in In it was linemen Jerry Wunsch of Wausau West and Jamie Vanderveldt of Waukesha Memorial who shared most of the attention as the states highestregarded Both decided to stay signing with the University of Wisconsin in February to help solidify a Badger class loaded with Besides Wunsch and Vander the UW offered scholarships to and signed only three other instate an indication of the states lack of depth when it comes to high school football More of the same is expected for the 199293 recruiting sea The latest crop features three premier prospects along with a lot of question the sure things The best and one of the biggest of the group may well be Wisconsin Rapids Lincolns Todd a 275 pound defensive tackle who has run a 40yard Then theres Southern Doors Brian a 228 pound and younger brother of Wisconsins 1989 coplayer of the year Jim who opted for Notre Dame over Wisconsin in UW coach Barry Alvarezs first re cruiting season with the And Mequon Homesteads Darnell a 240pound defensive is such a gifted athlete he will also line up at quarterback this Chicagobased recruiting ana lyst Tom Lemming predicts all three players will be heavily re cruited by Division 1 I think those three kids are head and shoulders above every one else right now in Wiscon said who rated the Badgers 199192 class 16th best in the Wiscon sin should have first crack at all three of I would No UW recruiting coor dinator Rob lanello already has a good read on all three along with the rest of the states Id say the state is very simi lar to last lanello Theres a couple guys that are going to be very highly recruited that can go anywhere in the Theres another strong group of players that well need to evaluate closely this Several players the UW and other Division 1 schools may be watching this fall are from the Madison including Middle ton linebacker Matt Rice and linemen Jeff Baldauf of Sun Prai rie and Paul Janus of Following is a closer look at many of the states best college prospects from outside the Madi son leading with the top The others are listed al phabetically Todd Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln Rapids coach Ken Blegel describes Halbur as a complete player who has a good work ethic and is a good Hes the fastest big man Ive ever coached or said Hes the type of kid a college wants on cam Halbur looked impressive at UWs camp in according to Russ Wal who analyzed the states best prospects and rated Halbur 1 in the 1992 Wisconsin Football Hes a real hardhitting kid and very In said Last season Halbur recorded nine sacks and 12 tackles for Biegel said Wisconsin and most of the Big Ten schools have shown an interest in Hal rated by Lemming as one of the top 50 prospects in the Brian Southern A starter since he was a Flanigan caused five made 10 tackles for a loss and recorded 58 solo stops last season to grab the attention of Notre Illinois and Michigan He was ranked as one of top 50 pros pects in Midwest by who said he believes Flanigan has a great future at Darnell defensive Me quon Smith an ability to bring out the best In his said Home stead coach Dave who describes Smiths leadership skills and tenacity as two of his best Hes also going to play quarter Keel Were going to run a little option with try to get him out side and let his speed and power take timed at seconds in the had 24 solo 45 assists and 12 tackles for loss last Hes being recruited by Notre Michigan State and Boston Derek split Kenosha Tremper Cisler caught 30 passes for 418 yards and six touchdowns on of fense last season and also had seven interceptions on Has high jumped 68 and is a starter In basket Attended UW camp in Wis Northwestern and North Dakota State have shown Stoney Waukesha Catholic The 235pound Craig enjoyed a strong sophomore season but his pro duction dropped a bit as a junior at Whitefish Bay Transferred to Catholic Memorial for his senior sea An effective shortyardage back who is strong bench presses 350 pounds and quick 40 for his Craig may be more suited to play linebacker in Was ranked by Lemming as one of Midwests top 50 Lemming He has the potential to be an ailAmerican this Eric running fensive Oshkosh Hoopman 195 rushed for yards and 15 touchdowns as a junior to lead the Fox Valley Associa One of states fastest players with a time in the Hoopman also excels as a downhill At tended Colorado football camp in North western and Colorado have shown in Jake running Elk Morris 195 rushed for yards last averaging yards per Won WIAA Division 3 100 meter dash title last spring and has been timed at seconds in the In terested schools include Iowa and Chris Schrantz 180 is a dangerous returner who has 10 career intercep Talented threesport athlete who was secondteam allstate by Wiscon sin Football Coaches Association in Stanford and Northwestern have shown Anthony Racine The 175pound Wooden com pleted 28 of 71 passes for 658 yards and six touchdowns last Also punted and competed in hurdle events and triple jump in Grades are a according to Walbrun of the 1992 Wisconsin Football Chad offensive llne Yenchesky 260 recorded 84 including 12 for caused three fumbles and recovered and added five sacks as a Has drawn early Interest from several Divi sion 1 Others to watch Hartford line man Ben Feucht Wisconsin Rapids linebacker Brad Wlrtz Kenosha Tremper linebacker Rudy Ruffolo Greendale linebacker Josh Razeja Ap pleton West safety John Ostwald Green Bay East receiver Hoppe Mayvllle sive end Ryan Collien Oconomowoc linebacker Andrew Miklu lak and Wausau West line backer Brad Tipple L BASEBALL CARDSHOPPE Topps Donruss Rak Pak Sale 198790 Topps 198891 Donruss each 1992 Upper Deck Baseball Low Boxes Madison Westgate Mall Richland Center Minocqua m 2748498 6476687 7153569745   

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