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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - September 17, 1978, Darmstadt, HessePage 22 the stars and stripes sunday september 17, 1978 Pitburg breezes Roetz club Routs Sembach 47-20,for ninth consecutive Triumph by boo Odem staff write Sembach Germany is the Sembach tigers found out exactly what Hahn Ramstein and Span Dahlem Learned on previous weekends that Bernie Raetz a Pitburg Barons Are deadly devastating and downright defending two time Safe champions continued to rain havoc on Continental sports conference foes by blowing out the tigers 47-20, with their biggest Point production of the season in the Sembach bowl Here saturday before an astonished Audi ence of 3000.scoring on five of its first six posses Sions the first four coming in a Row bit Burg built up a 34-0 halftime Lead and then first Downs Rushing yardage passing yardage passes punts fumbles lost penalties Pitburg 24 229 97 6-15-1 2-37.0 1 12-163 Sembach 15 50 159 11-34-5 5-34.8 1 11-147 229 passing 97 Rushing was 81 Yards shy of its 407-Yard average. With the 47 Points the Barons were slightly better than its pre game average of 44.7. Pitburg took the opening Kickoff score Din nine plays aided by a 36-Yard look in pass from Gerry Mcmiller to Abney. Burl fullback Kevin Mcmillin ran five straight times for 32 Yards to the four. On cause two Yard scoring run Between right tackle and end it was Mcmillin s Block that cleared the Way. Clark Watts added the first of five extra Points at 11 11. Cause ran four Yards for second to completing a 10-drive March. A roughing the kicker penalty on Pearson and Roscoe Johnson kept the drive moving. On the to the split end and flanker lined up wide tothe left and cause from the i formation ran to the right behind the blocking of Mcmillin guard Mike Sorrels tackle Dave Lockwood and Martin for the tally at 5 29.Izzi s interception and subsequent 30 Yard return to the Sembach 33 put the bit Burg in motion again. It took two plays to make it 20-0 with if56 left in the first period. Cause on a draw rambled for Taylor who runs like former Green Bay great Jim Taylor right Over people barrelled his Way 24 Yards for the score breaking two tackles along the Way. Mcmiller went for a two Point conversion pass and Dennis Carter broke it up. On the first play of the second quarters keen intercepted Marowski and took it to the Sembach 31 but a clipping penalty moved it Back to the 46. Pitburg scored in 12 plays. Ran it to 40-0 Early in the third period i winning its four straight league contest. It was the ninth connective Victory since Hahn upended the Barons last season an the 28th Triumph out of 29 games for Raetz now in his third first six ads by the National Divi Sion leading Barons came on runs David cause two by Bill Taylor and one by David Hurd the latter two Reserve backs. A seven Yard pass from no. 2 quarterback David Stinson to tight end Steve Martin accounted for the final Baron tally. The yardage on the Pitburg drive were 64, 53, 33, 46, 48, six and 65. Four of five Baron interceptions set up scores. Cor Norback George Izzi had a pair linebacker Fred Skeen and Back Greg Montgo Erythe other two. Montgomery had another on the game s final Parker s Sembach club which was never in the game after the first Quarter can console itself with the fact that it outscored the Barons in the second half 20-13, on three to catches two by Chuck Middleton and the other by Bob the game ran three hours Long due to 23 penalties for 310 Yards. Pitburg was tapped for 163 Yards on 12 infractions and the tigers Drew 147 on 11 flags. Pitburg Marvin Abney and Sembach s James Pearson were ejected in the third period for fighting. Also 49 passes 34 by sem Bach helped prolong the Barons total yardage of 326 Yards cause scores for Pitburg Pitburg s David cause runs four Yards for a touchdown in the first Quarter sat urday in Sembach. Dennis Carter 22robert Pruitt 64 and James Parrish 68 try in vain to Stop him. Pitburg won 47-20. Is photo by Milia on fourth Down and 23 from the sem Bach 34, an interference Call against Dar Rell Boyce on split end Jack Mclennen atthe 17 gave Pitburg a first Down. Charles Hurd picked up three and four Yards an two plays later Taylor ran behind lock Wood to the three. On the next play Hur hit Between right tackle and end for the score at 10 26.after an Exchange of punts late in the half Pitburg scored no 7. Taylor,.wholugged the Ball on five of seven plays one of which was for 18 Yards crashed Over fro the one on blocks by Lockwood and Martin. Hurd had runs of nine and successive unsportsmanlike penal ties against Sembach on the successful extra Point had Pitburg kicking off from the Tiger 30. The half ended three play Slater with Pitburg in Possession on the Tiger 27 after Bob Crawford picked up a Fumble in the fourth play of the second half Baron tackle Jerry Bay blocked a punt an recovered on the Sembach one. Mcmiller fumbled it right Back to Sembach on theone. Two plays later Izzi s second interception put the Barons on the six. After Gaus lost four he swept left end for 10 Yards As Sembach defenders . Teofilo and Butch Harris ran into each other allowing Gause to score. Pearson blocked the Pat and it was 40-0 at 11 37.Sembach scored at 8 07 As Dwayne Simon hit Middleton who pranced and dazzled for the final 10 of the 17 Yards. A 23 Yard pass to Raynor aided the four play 40 Yard drive. Raynor added the and Gause led a 10-play bit Burg drive capped by a seven Yard pitch from Stinson to Martin to make it 47-7 at 13 42.Sembach, now 2-2, travelled 72 Yards in six plays Middleton making a sensational leaping eight Yard catch in the end zone at 4 21. Two 18-Yard passes to Raynor and Bob Lanciault sparked the drive. Sembach s final tally was 65 Yards insight plays aided by a 20-Yard interference Call. Raynor took a six Yard scoring pitch with 32 seconds left. Pitburg 20 14 6 Tel Sembach 0 0 7 13 20 bit Gause 2 run Watts kick bit Gause 4 run Watts kick bittaylor24run Pas failed bit Hurd 3 run Watts kick bit Taylor 1 run Watts kick bit Gause 10 run kick blocked sem Middleton 17 pass from Simon Raynor kick bit Martin 7 pass from Stinson Watts kick sem Middleton 8 pass from Marowsky kick failed sem Raynor 6 pass from Marowski Raynor kick Continental sports conference warriors nip Hahn for 2nd straight Zweir Tocken Germany capital izing on two big Breaks the Wei Blicken warriors chalked up their second straight Continental sports conference Victory Here saturday 9-6, Over the Hahn Hawks. We Brucken which last week ended a 22-game loss Streak in league play recovered a Fumble at the Hawks 10-Yard line and went on to score on Jerry Douglas s one Yard quarterback sneak in the second Quarter. Late in the third period a pass interference penalty plus an unsportsmanlike con duct Call following the Flag set up Georg Bachman s 19-Yard Field goal. Hahn s Only scores came on 37 and 43-Yard Field goals by Ken Ruiz in the final two quarters with both being set up by Fumble recoveries. Wei Blicken which has now won three of its five games this season including a exhibition game with Hahn evened its Csc record at 2-2. Hahn dropped to 1-3.a Fumble by Hawks quarterback Jim Kane recovered by Al Fasano for the warriors gave the Ball to the Home club on the visitors 10-Yard line to the Delight of 1,350 Home fans on a warm sunny took five plays but Douglas finally Dove Over from the one to give Zweibruck in a 6-0 Lead with eight minutes remaining in the s first break came Midway through the third period when Charles Mattox recovered Mike German s Fumble at the we Brucken 39, following a Hahn punt. A pass interference penalty gave the Hawks a first Down at the warriors 22, but Hahn was unable to penetrate farther resulting in the first Fig Boot by Ruiz with seven minutes left in the third Quarter. A we Brucken March was aided by a 25-Yard pass interference Call plus an additional 10 Yards for unsportsmanlike con duct against the Hawks giving the War i prep scores continued from Page 21 Hanau 15-15-15, fis6-3-8 Hanau 15-15-15, Berlin 7-1-13 fis5-15-15-15, Berlin 15-3-3-9 Hanau Jav 14-15-16, fish a 16-12-14 Hanau Jav 15-13-15, Berlin Jav 10-15-2 Bonn 17-15, bad Kreuz Nach 15-2 Bonn 15-15, Hahn 0-4 bad Kreuz Nach 15-4-v5, Hahn 6-15-6 Hahn Jav 15-15, bad Kreuz Nach Jav 2-7 Hahn Jav 15-15, Bonn j v 13-10 Bonn Jav 13-15-15, bad Kreuz Nach Jav 15-8-8 we Brucken 15-15, Pitburg 11-7 Pitburg 15-15, Baum older 6-7 we Brucken 12-15-15, Baum older 15-8-2 Pitburg Jav 15-15, we Brucken Jav 12-2 Baum older Jav 15-8, Pitburg Jav 9-15 bitburgjv9-15-15, Baum older Jav 15-8-1 Baum older Jav 15-15, we Brucken Jav 11-11 Kaiserslautern 15-15, Mannheim 7-6 Kaiserslautern 15-15, Frankfurt 4-5 Frankfurt 15-8-15, Mannheim 12-15-2 Frankfurt Jav 15-15, Kaiserslautern Jav 12-14 Frankfurt Jav 15-15, Mannheim 2-7 Frankfurt Jav 15-12-15, Mannheim 2-15-6 rows a first Down at the visitors 12-Yardline. Hahn stiffened but Backman s Field goal made it 9-3 to give the Home club its eventual winning s final three Pointer was set up when a 60-Yard punt was touched by Awe Brucken Back and recovered by the Hawks James Milton at the Warrior 29. Hahn was unable to move so Ruiz again booted the Fig with 5 50 left in the game. There were no other serious threats by either team in the remaining minutes. The contest was Dominina Ted by defens and penalties As demonstrated by the Sta led in first Downs 7-6, Rush ing 79-76 Yards and passing 35-29. Each team completed Only two passes and had two intercepted Hahn going to the air 16 times we Brucken 14. The Hawks lost three fumbles we Brucken was whistled for 141 Yards in penalties the warriors 120.outstanding on defense for the Home club were Middle guard Gary Cummins who was in on numerous tackles and washes team s spiritual Leader and Back Terry Garner who contributed a key interception. Hahn 0 033 6 we Brucken 0 630-3 Wei Douglas 1 run kick failed Hahn Ruiz 37 Fig Wei Bachman 19 Fig Hahn Ruiz 43 feb american division conference games w l of a w Rhein main. 2 1 11 39 2 Sembach. 2 2 85 64 2 we Brucken. 2 2 33 36 3 Wiesbaden. 1 2 17 31 3 National division conference games w l of a w Pitburg. 4 0 181 41 5 Ramstein 1 2 20 62 21 1 Span Dahlem 1 2 21 56 Hahn 1 3 33 72 saturday s games Pitburg 47, Sembach 20 we Brucken 9, Hahn 6 sunday s games Ramstein at Rhein main 2 . Span Dahlem at Wiesbaden 2 . . Conference conference games All games l t of a 20 11 462 0 85 64 20 52 43 2 0 102 50 All games l t of a 0 0 208 41 2 0 48 68 20 21 56 4 0 40 91 w l t of Ben Waters 2 0 0 Mildenhall 2 0 0 Alconbury 2 1 0 Chicksands 0 1 0 upper Heyford 0 1 0 Lakenheath 0 3 0 52 45 73 25 9 23 a 15 24 57 34 14 83 All games w l t of a 300 84 35 5145 93 38 16 23 2 1 0 220 020 1 1 0 030 saturday s games Alconbury 21, Lakenheath 11 upper Heyford at Mildenhall ppd., military commit merits rescheduled for nov. 18. Sunday s game Ben Waters at Chicksands 1p.m. Sports on of n pro football Pittsburgh Steeles at Cincinnati bengals 6 ., sunday Dallas cowboys at los Angeles rams 9 ., sunday. Of nov pro football Dallas cowboys at los Angeles rams 9 . Sunday Germany and Berlin Only

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