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14 - The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., Sept. 27, 1972 BLOCK AMPT -- Sldney's Lee Vaale, 80, with hands up attempts to block a Glendive punt during an Eastern A tilt between the two teams Friday. Glendive won 26 - 6. Dexter Thiel, 83, was also in on the play. The Eagles racked up 350 yards against Glendive but only scored once. -- Don Mrachek Photo Glendive Tops Sidney 26-6 Sidney rolled up 350 yards against Glendive but scored only once as the Red Devils came out on top 26 - 6 in an Eastern A football clash at Glendive Friday. Quarterback Steve Baisch passed for 223 yards as the Eagles moved the ball with ease in mid-field. Sidney, however, couldn't score on three threats when they were inside the Glendive 15 - yard line. Sidney's only score came in the third quarter when Baisch carried the ball over from the Glendive 3-yard line on a quarterback sneak. The pass for the conversion failed. A pass from Baiseh to end Steve Merrill gave the Eagles a 50 yard gain and put the ball inside the Glendive 10 but the Eagles failed to'score on their longest play of the game. A 45 - yard run by halfback Don Weber set up Sidney's only scoring drive as the Eagles marched 70 yards in 6 plays for their touchdown. The-Eagles also grinded out 127 yards rushing. Baisch went 11 - 23 in the passing depart- ment. Don Weber led the Eagles rushing attack with 4 carries for 81 yards and a 20.2 average. Baisch carried the ball 8 times for 22 yards and Bill Zadow marched 20 yards in 9 carries. Ends Dexter Thiel and Steve Merrill led the Eagles in pass receiving. Thiel hauled in the ball 5 times for 92 yards and Merrill caught the ball 3 times for 93 yards. Ran Fritz collected one pass for 15 yards, Bill Zadow caught one pass for 14 yards and Don Weber hauled in a Baisch pass for a 5 yard gain. Iading the Eagles defen- sively were Ran Fritz, Ie Vaale, Roger Peterson and Kim Getchell. Sidney meets Glasgow Saturday at 7:30 p.m. to highlight their Homecoming. Glasgow was smashed by Wolf Point 53 - 6 last weekend. "We'll plan on using our psing game again," head E:gles football coach Mike Gear said. "Glasgow is quick off the line but we're both about the same size," the coach Continued. "They use only a few plays but execute them all well," Gear said, commenting on The Eagles began outside Tuesday after s drenched the Sidney area kept the team to an practice Monday night , Sports .i: :.::,: i:!: Z': iiil :::; in Season By DON MRACHEK Well I hit it again with two correct predictions and of course two wrong. Not bad when I should have had all four right. Sidney played fairly good football again but Glendive played better. At least thats the way the score showed it. The Eagles moved the ball very well in mid-field but when they got deep into Glendive territory, things fell apart. Glendive got a couple of lucky breaks and of course took advantage of them in front of their hometown crowd. The Eagles meet Glasgow this Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Since it's Homecoming for the Eagles they will win. It will be their first win of the an and they rleed it for Homeconfing and morale. Fairview got literally beat up at Baker Friday'. l,oosing one of their starting backs, Doug Buxbaum(for the season the Warriors also lost the services of their quarterback Wes Erick_son for the second half of the Baker contest. He might be out for Fairview's game against Scobey this weekend at Scobey. Buxbaum suffered a broken nose in the Baker game. Something to do with an elbow although the refs didn't catch it. Even though Fairview lost to Baker in more ways than one, their young quarterback got a little experience. With that experience Fairview will beat Scobey. Scobey's starting quarterback is also out with an injury and they lost to Plen- tywood 46 - 0 last Friday. Alexander did it again. They blanked Grenora and still hold a perfect record. It's 4-0 now and they have racked up 60 points. Their opponents have not scored yet. The Comets meet Ray this Friday in their Homecoming. They survived Grenora, one of the  top- rated teams in their conference, so now they will go all the way. It will be Alex all the way against Ray. Richey lost their Homecoming game Friday but not without a great fight. The Royals pressured Brockton but not enough to stop them. Richey will have a long season this year but at least they let their opponents know they've played a football game. Richey meets Westby this weekend at Westby. I don't like the prediction but Westby will win. There have been rumors of a plan for new /4randstands at Swanson Field, The rumors aren't exactly wrong and then again they aren't exactly right. There is some research going on as to the feasability of obtaining portable bleachers, The idea is to use the portables at Moose Park, where the lights are much better than at Swanson Field. Moose Park would then 1 used for games only and Swanson Field for practice. The bleachers could also be used for baseball gam and there is hope that they could be purchased jointly by the City Park Department and the school. It's an interesting idea and conunents will be appreciated. There is no doubt that new bleachers are needed for football fans. Good luck duck hunters. Season opens Oct. 1. Comets Hold Grenora I i.'i: Alexander dropped the yard touchdown. (;renora Gophers 12 - 0 at The Comets gained 233 yards Grenora Friday, giving the rushing and 25 passing, while Comets their second con- Grenora could only manage 21 ferencewin. The Comets have a yards rushing and seven 4-0 season record, passing. The Comets had 12 first downs compared to Randy Jest ran for both of the Grenora's 1. Comet touchdowns. Jost's first touchdown came in the first quarter when he bulled over from the one. The second came in the second quarter when he went over right end for a 26 - Alexander's defense has still not given up a point this year in four games. The Gophers had the Comets backed up within their 20 - yard line most the third quarter but couldn't Push the ball across. lost racked up 122 yards on 20 carries for a 6.1 average and Gary Melland rushed for 75 yards on 24 carries for a 3.1 average. Pat Jacobsen ran for 17 yards in six carries for a 2.8 average for the Gophers. The Comets begin homecoming festivities this week, when they host Ray for their third conference came. ALMOST DOWN -- Halfback Bill Zadow is nearly down but not before a 5-yard gain during the Sidney - Glendive clash at Glendive Friday. Defending is Glendive's Skip Suhr. downed the Eagles 26 - 6 in the Eastern A Sidney's record dropped to 0-3 for the seaSOn" Westby Holds Cowboys 12-0 Westby held Culbertson to 60 BETTER DEALS :i:i :::::::iii iii Ahead In 4th Bainville scored a touchdown late in the final quarter to come  from behind and down Opheim 14 - 8 in a 1C conference clash last weekend. Bruce Mahlen and Joe Picard carried Bainville's scores in to ive the Bulldogs a 2-1 season PP K Registration .o,.,, conference quarter, Circle held Poplar to . mark. just eight points the first half. W Mike Boulds broke open in the Opheim scored their only third quarter on an ll-yardrun. Deadline is Friday Registration for the local Punt, Pass and Kick com- petition will be open until this Friday. This competition s open to all boys who will be at the age of 8 through 13 on Jan. 21, 1973. All that is required is that the boy come into the OK Barber Shop and sign up for PP&K with either a parent or guar- dian. There is no entry fee or charge of any kind. Remember, registration closes Sept. 29. "We'll be awarding a total of 18 trophies in our local PP&K competition on Saturday," said Tony Vetter. local Jaycee Representative. "And from our contest, winners could go on to win in the Zone. District, Area and Division competitions. Of course there is nobody contact in PP&K. It's punting, passing and place kicking for distance and accuraey.-The three boys in each group with the most number of points will receive the trophies." The local competition will be held at 9 a.m. at the Moose Park. touchdown in the first quarter and held Bainville scoreless until the second half. Bainville counted six points in the third quarter antl added eight in the fourth to give them the win. l)oug Berg also went in for Poplar in the third frame to put the contest out of reach for Circle. The loss now gives Circle a 0- 3 record. Plentywood Ups Record Plentywood blanked Scobey 46 - 0 in a 2B conference grid contest last weekend. Plentywood scored six points in the first frame, 16 in the second, 16 in the third and eight in the fourth to take their second conference win of the season. Fullback Duane Schwarzrock and quarterback Larry O'Toole rushed for four touchdowns and three extxa points as they led the Plentywood attack. Plentywood is undefeated with a 2-0 conference mark. ' i:ii Bulldogs Pull Richey scored touchdowns in the first three quarters but couldn't hold Brockton as they rolled up 167 yards and scored in all four periods. The Royals mounted 154 yards and led after the first quarter but Brockton scored 10 points in the second frame to take and keep the lead. Orlan Olson carried the ball 18 times for the Royals as he racked up 80 yards. Richey's quarterback, Tom Miller was sidelined after the first quarter with a chipped wrist bone and a pulled tendon. The Royal's defense was lead by Phil Raisl, who made 10 unassisted tackles and assisted on two more. Richey travels to Westby this weekend. Westby downed Culbertson 12 - 0 last weekend as they held the Cowboys to just 60 yards. On kickoff and punt returns, Riehey averaged 25 yards and Brockton averaged 31. Poplar Tops Circle 30-0 Poplar boosted their season mark to 3-0 as they stopped Circle 30 - 0 in a 2B conference grid test last weekend. In a tight game until the third ii!; ::::: iili00 ::::: !:i:! 00iiii Brockton scored touchdowns in all quarters and ruined Richey's Homecoming game effort 36 - 20 in a 1C conference grid contest Friday. !i! Royal Homecoming defeated going into the clash, couldn't get through the Westby defense and had three passes intercepted as they lost the contest. Westby scored touchdowns in the second and the third frames. I II I I I / of any type or description -W[ HAVE IT ALl- Galvanized Roofing 26-inch width 3 TO 20 FT. 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Reed Barr put forth a tremendous effort for the Warriors, smashing out 107 yards rushing. The Fairview grid loss gives them a 1-I 2B conference mark while Baker holds the same record. Fairview's overall record stands at 2-1 while Baker maintains a 1-2 record. Reugamer said he will start Friday's contest in Scobey with also hurt the Warriors. Bux- freshman Jeff Sullivan at the baum suffered a broken.nose in quarterback position. Scobey's the game and Erickson has a starting quarterback is also out pulled hip muscle. Buxbaum, ith an injury. will be out for the rest of the Plentywood dumped Scobey season and Erickson may miss last Friday 46 - 0. iii Baker worked over Fairview !iii.... Friday 39- 14 as mistakes and :!:! mlurms plagued the young ili Fairview team in a conference contest at Baker. quarters and held Fairview to :::: six points in the first and six in ii!! the second. Fairview starting iii quarterback Wes Erickson was injured early in the second .-.*, !ii! period and didn't play the :.:.: second half at all. :i:i: iiii:: Freshman quarterback Jeff iii Sullivan came out in the second half for the Warriors and did a ::!::i:: fine job according to John li Ruegamer, head coach for the Fairview team. iiii An injury to Doug Buxbaum i Baker Dumps Fairview yards to overpower them l2-0 in ALWAYS a 1C conference contest last weekend. Phelp's Phelps Culbertson, who was un-