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r: 10- The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wednesday, Sept. 29, 1971 IT'S A TOUCHDOWN! - Carrying the ball to safety, a Sidney Eagle scores during the Friday night game at Hardin, where the Eagles downed the Hardin Bulldogs, 40-7. This Friday night at 7:30, Sidney's homecoming hosts Lewistown. IT FELL FROM THE SKY- Dexter Thiel (83), an end for the Sidney Eagles, didn't really care where the foot- ball came from  he was lust out to get it!, The Friday night game at Hardin had the Eagles "finding" foot- balls all over, as they won with a score of 40-7, over the Hardin Bulldogs. Sidney's homecoming is this Friday, at 7:30 p.m., with Lewistown. Freshmen Downed By Glendive Team The Sidney Freshmen suffer- ed their first defeat, Saturday, at the hands of the Glendive freshmen, here, by a score of 12-8. Glendive scored first on a 38-yard reverse which com- pletely fooled the fresh, as it did all afternoon. Another suc- cessful play fro- the Demons was the halfback pass-run op- tion, which clicked for a 80- yard touchdown later inthe half. The Eagles failed toget on the scoreboard until late in the fourth period when they were trallimg 12-0, Kenny Hermanran 40 yards for the score, lie also scored the extra point. An on.side kick failed to get the Eagles the ball after the touchdown, but they stopped the Demons on downs and had the ball with 30 seconds left. The fresh appeared to he driv- ir for a score, when anuntime- ly interceptiOn ended the game. Casey Thetl was "the pla,ver of the week" for his five defen- sive work. Also doing a good job were Rick ltaber, Joel and Gm'y Ger. mundsen and Dennis Bands- guard. Rocl KuntsmanandJim Livengood opened up good holes offensively at tackle. Next week, the Frosh play Williston, here, at 11 a.m. Ear- lier in the season, they tied at 6-6, so it should be agoodgame. S idney E agles F ly To Victory Friday The mighty Sidney Eagles once again proved their strength as they coasted m a 40-7 vic- tory over the HardinBulldegs in non - conference play, Friday night. It was Sidney's ballgame from the opening kickoff to the final gun. Sidney had a total of 233 yards rushing to Hardin's 101, Blaine Getchell alone netted 119 yards on touchdown runs, Sidney led 16 - 0 at halftime with C, etchell netting six points on a 24 - yard touchdown run. Merle Rassmussen added the other 10 points on aneight -yard touchdown and twoconversions, one following Getchell's touch- down and one following bisown. Getchel opened the second half with a bang by returning the Hardin kickoff 88 yards for a touchdown. Merle Rasmussen once again ran the conversion, making it 24-0 for Sidney. Getchell completed his scor- ing for the night by running in another touchdown, this one ,t from seven yards out. Merle Rassmusen completed his scor- ing with another conversion, giving him a respectable scor- ing total of 14 points for Sidney. Then came the fourth quar- ter, and Sidney's Don Webber made a 38 - yard touchdown, with Gabe Fischer running in the football for the conversion to complete Sidney's scoring and make it 40-0. Finally, late in the fourth quarter, a 13-yard pass play resulted in Hardin' s only Much- down. Hardin then booted for the extra point, making the final score 40-7. Statistics include a loss of 76 yards in penalties for Sid- ney. Passing records; Sidney, 1 for 5, Hardin, 6 for 14. This weekend, homecoming for Sidney, the Eagles of Sidney play the Eagles of Lewistown, who are currently ranked hum- her 10 in the state. Sidney is ranked number one in the East- ern district and number two in the state. By Tim Pfau I I II I ........ Bowling Standings , YELLOW.N'rONE WOMEN'S Richland National Baf --- 13 3 Farmers Elevator ...... 11 5 Bowling Center ........ It 5 Ranger Lounge ......... 8 8 Elk's Ladies ......... 7 9 Sidney Nationa! Bank .... 7 9 Montgomery Ward ...... 5 11 1. z za lieu se ......... 2 14 High Team Series: Ranger Lounge, 2685; Farmers Elevator, 2626; Elk's ldies, 26i8. Iligh Team Gang.: Ranger Lounge, 935; Farmers Elevator, 922; Ranger tnge, 905. tligh individual Series: Ltl Eiletsoda, 502; Helen Mason, 501; Florence Pet- er son, 482. tligh Individual Game: Birdie Sor- rells, 189; Lil E'lletson, 188; Flor- ence Peterson, 187. COMMERCIAL Credit Union ......... 10 6 Iluily Sitar ......... l0 6 Quilling' s ........... 9 7 Elk' s No. 3 .......... 9 7 Reynoid' s ........... 8 8 Thnger sen Motors .... 8 8 Peavey CO. - .......... 6 10 United Building Center - - - 4 12 Itlgh Team Series: Quilling' s, 2829; Credit Union. 2825; Elk's No. 3, 2773. High Team Game: Quilling's, 991 and 968; Credit Union, 966. High Individual Series: Wait Quill- ing, 581; Jim Nelson, 543; D. Smith and F. Wamsley, 529, lltgh Individual Game: Wait Quill- ing, 231; Don Smith and Dave Stein- beisser. 190; Jim Nelson, 189. MERCIIANT Meedo talry ....... 12 4 Bowling Center ......... 12 4 Ranger Bar .......... 10 6 VFW ............... 6 6 Sonny's Country Shop ...... 7 9 Star Bar ............. 5 11 Genc 'O's ............. 5 11 Rasmussen Servieenter .... 3 9 tligh Team Series: Meadowgold Dairy, 2883; VFW,2795; BowlingCen- ter, 2787. Bigh Team Game: Memowgold Dairy', 1026; VFW, 971; Bowling Cen- ter, 964. Iligh Individual Series: Bob Ooster- meyer, 588; Gary Illler, 569; Walt Quilling, 555. Iligh Individual Game: Gary Miller, 259; Bob Oostermeyer, 223; Walt Quilling, 213. MAJOR Sidney Plumbing ........ 11 5 Sidney Lanes .......... 10 6 Pizza ttouse .......... I0 6 Newlon Greenhouse ...... l0 6 Richland National Bank .... 9 7 Sidnc Electric ........ 9 7 dney National Bank .... 5 11 Action Auto ......... 0 6 High Team Series: Sidney Lanes, 2821; Pizza Ilouse, 2818; Newion Greenhouse. 2777. Iligh Team Game: Sidney Plumb- ing, 988; Sidney Lanes, 987; New- Ion Greeubonse. 97 L High Individual Series: Don Mal- wse, 589; Vernc Rolinl, 563; Ward Redlin. 559. High Individual Game: Don Mal- tese, 212; Ward Redlin, 211; tlank Wbitaker, 200. RICIILAND WOMEN Credit Union ......... 15  5 Pepsi - Cola .......... 15 5 Russell's Market ...... 13 7 Triangle Club ........ 12 s ]teynold' s .......... 9 I 1 McDonald's ......... 16 14 OTM ............ 5 15 Fairvie Bank ....... 4 16 High Team Series: Triangle Club, 2685; Russell's Market, 2631; Rey- hold' s, 2603. High Team Game: Triangle Club, 992; Russell's Market, 906; Rey- Ilz)id' S, 901. High lndividualSertes: Jerry Black, 550; Evelyn Poff, 539; Marlene Borg, 505. High Individual Game: Evelyn Poff, 248; Marlene Borg, 201; Jerry Black, 199. I"RII)AY NlGlrr ,MIXED Night Owls .......... 13 3 Jolb" O's ............ 13 3 Road Runners ......... 13 3 Fearsome Foursome .... 8 8 M liar C ........... 8 8 Reckless Ones ........ 7 9 Fo" Roses .......... I 15 MaMa's and PaPa's .... 1 15 High Team Series: Jolly O's, 2256; Fearsome Foursome. 2207; Road Rurv ncrs, 2175. PAgh Team Game: M B=r C, 798; Jolly O's, 785; Reckless Ones, 781. High Series - Men: Kelly Sanders, 516; Ray Monson, 482; Ray Ilartle, 471. High Gain.  - Me Ray Mormon, 184; Kelly sanders, 178 and 169. Iligh Series - Wome Pat flartle, 506; Jo'ce Lindberg, 418: Maxlnc Stoner, 408. High Game - Women: Pat tlartle, 193 and 179; Maxinc Stoner, 158. RICIILAND MEN Thomas Brothers Enco ..... 13 3 Farmers Elevator ....... II 5 Farmers Union ........ I0 6 Cherrey' s Propane ...... l0 6 D & S Tire ........... 8 8 Ars Coro .......... 6 10 Bi-State Co-op ........ 6 tO Yellowstone Livestock .... 0 16 Iligh Team Series: Thomas Bros. Enco, 2900; Farrners Elevator, 2795; D & S Tire. 2691. lligh Team Game: Thomas Bros. Enco, 1007; Farmers I'levator, 986; I) h S Tire, 955. ltigh Individual Series: Rich Karst, 532; I)on Baxter. 527: Joe lrlgoin, 526. lligh Individual Game: Dale Mul- lin, 202; Dol Schmidt, 201; Rich Karst, 199. Winners Named In Grid Contest Two ties, one upset and two errors in the contest pairings, resulted in three contestants coming up with the same num- her of incorrect selections in last week' a Lucky Football Con- test. First, second and third places were determined by the score predicted in the tie breaker game, U. of Montana vs Cal Poly, which Montana won 38 to 14. The three winning entries each picked the U. of Montana over Cal Poly. L. D. Garriott, Sidney, picked Montana by a score of 21 to 10 for first place. Stan Starr selected Mon- tana 20 to 10 for second, and Violet E. Thorp, Sidney, pre- dicted a 17 to 14 score for third. A slate of next week's games for the continuing contest is lo- cated in an advertisement on this page. II I I JOHNSON "SKEEHORSE" ISNOWMOBILE DEALERSHIP A3-A 00ILABLE MANUFACTURERS OF FAMOUS JOHNSON OUTBOARDS Phone or Write McCune ()utboard Marine Co. 2501 BLAKE - DENVER, COLO. - 303 - 825-1260 I I I I 1 ] [ Jln I I I "PURE KEVIN" - A Fairview end, Kevin Sullivan, catches a pass from Kevin Boehler, Fairview quarter- back, during the Friday night game at Circle. But, the game became pure "'unheaven" for the Warriors, as they lost 42-34. They meet Poplar there this Friday. Fairview Scratched By Wildcats, 42- 34 The Fairview Warriors, lead- ing at halfthr 22-13, had their offense stall in the second half and went down to defeat at the hands of the Circle Wildcats, 42-34. The game, played last Fri- day in Circle, saw the Wild- cats jump off to an early 7-0 lead. In the second quarter, the Fairview offense, whichhad yet to move the ball this year, started to click. Quarterback Kevin Bnehler hit Kevin Sullivan for two teuch- downs and a two - point conver- sion. The third touchdowncame on a 20-yard run by halfback Sterling Sundheim, withthe PAT added on a pass from Boelder to Mike Moore. Circle added six points to their first half total with 10 sec- onds remaining in the period when they ran a kickoff for a TD. Rosecoe Schmidt and Jer- ry Chillinger of Circle then dominated the Wildcat offense the second half as Circle tore apart the Fairview defense add- ing 29 points to their game total. The Warriors were able to muster 12 pointsthe secondhalf as Boehier, who completed 11 of 19 passes, found Doug Buxbaum in the end zone for one TD. Linebacker Joel Sundheimpiclf- ed off a Circle pass and ran it back 85 yards for their second touchdown of the half. Fairview, 1 and 3, will try m play the part of spoilers this coming Friday night as they travel to Poplar, the only unde- feated team in the conference. The Fairview Junior Varsity kept their record in tact last Saturday by wpping the Cir- cle JV's, 46-0. The young war- riors rolled up 600 yards on offense m gain their third win in a row. Sidney JV The Sidney Junior Varsity football team suffered a disalY- pointing loss to the Glendive Red Devils, Saturday. When the game ended in a scoreless tie, the coaches de- cided to use the Montana play- off to decide who would be credited with the victory. Glen- dive was ahead by 15 yards when the playoff was over, and was therefore awarded 2 points. This made the final scoreGlen- dive 2, Sidney 0. The actual game was very close, with neither side get- ring the upper hand. Glendive had 10 first downs, four penalties and passed 2 for 10. Sidney ra first downs, passed 2 for The the Glendive day, in ing, 12-8. Blind The that half Americans blind in will lose ly, through lect, SIDNEY'S Blue Rock Prq Presents... 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