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FOOTBALL FRIDAYS FOR THE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 8, 1994 Week number two of the high school football season goes into full gear Friday night as four more area high school games will highlight the Kalona News area. Mid-Prairie will host Medlapolis in their home opener at Sattler Field in Weilman, Highland-Lone Tree will host Wapello in the Highland home opener, Sigourney-Keota will host Camanche at the Bowl in Slgourney and English Valleys will host Clear Creek-Amana at North English. So, you could say that it is "Host Night" throughout the Kalona News area Friday night. Here is a look at each of the four games Friday night: Mid-Prairie vs. Medlapolls The Golden Hawks are trying to put behind them a 54-14 loss to Class 3A's Washington last weekend. The Bulldogs are in the same situation as they fell to Class 2A's 7th-ranked team, Sigourney- Keota, 39-8 last weekend at home. The crowd will not only to be treated to what should be a bone- jarring contest at Sattler Field but will also get to see the Iowa State University Marching Band in action as they prepare for Saturday's Iowa- Iowa State showdown in Iowa City. The Cyclone Marching Band will perform at halftime of Friday's game. The Golden Hawks and Bulldogs will be meeting for the first time ever on the gridiron Friday night. This will be Mid-Prairie's final pre- district tune-up before Albia comes to town next weekend to kick off the 1994 Class 2A District 8 season. "We need to work on some defensive things this week in practice," Golden Hawk co-coach Jim Cayton said. "We need to get some mechanical things done and make ourselves better as a team. We will take what they give us Friday night. We just need to take of ourselves this week and let what happens happen. We should be ready come Friday." There will not be a junior varsity ballgame Friday night as they will be playing Monday night at Mediapolls. Kickoff for Friday's game is 7:30 p.m. with the kickoff for Monday's J.V. game set for 6:30 p.m. Highland-Lone Tree vs. Wapello The Raiders will be moving down a class as they take on perennial Class 1A power Wapello Friday night at Highland. Highland-Lone Tree will be nursing some injuries from last weekend's 41-12 loss to Louisa-Muscatine. Countryman expects some good defense from the Indians Friday night. "They must have done something right to shut down Tri- County last weekend," Countryman said. "It is never easy to shut a team out. Otherwise, I really don't know much about them yet." Wapello comes into Friday's game with a 1-0 record after beating Tri-County 6-0 in their season opener last weekend. It will be the final pre-district tune-up for the Raiders as they open Class 2A District 6 action at Lincoln-Clarence Lowden next weekend. There will not be a junior varsity game Friday night at ttighland. Kickoff for the varsity game is 7:30 p.m. The next J.V. game is set for next Friday at Lincoln-CL. ( Slgourney-Keota vs. amanche In what could be a classic running game for both teams Friday night at the Bowl in Sigourney, the Savages will try and move to 2-0 on the season as they open their 1994 home season against Class 3A Camaacbe. Sigoumey-Keota rolled up 275 yards rushing against Mediapolis last weekend in their season-opening win and you can expect more of the same from Bob Howard's team Friday night. The Indians, fresh off a 6-0 overtime loss to Fulton, Illinois, will try and even their mark Friday night. Camanche will be led by John Naeve, who was one of the leading rushers in Class 2A's District 6 last fall. This will also be the final pre- district tune-up for the Savages as they open their Class 2A District 8 season at home next weekend against Colfax-Mingo. There will not be a junior varsity game Friday night. Kickoff is 7:30 p.m. The Savage J.V. team played Mediapolis Tuesday night and will play Tri-County of Thomburg next Tuesday night. Both games are at the Bowl. English Valleys vs. Clear Creek-Amana Curt Ritchie's Bears and Randy Mathews' Clippers hope to even their marks Friday night as the 1994 home season opens at North English against Clear Creek-Amana. The Bears dropped a 6-0 heart-breaker against Williamsburg last weekend while the Clippers fell to second- ranked Class A's Iowa Valley 54-0 last weekefid. "They looked big size-wise on tape," Ritchie said. "I think anyone would have been intimidated by playing Iowa Valley. They are a very strong team and I am sure Clear Creek-Amana will be more intense coming in here Friday night." There will not be a junior varsity game before Friday's varsity game. Fish nleasantlv surnrised with first meet results for Ea21es. Ladv Ea21es .w Mark Hostetler may have the beginnings of a large-sized juggernaut on his hands as his Iowa Mennonite boys and girls cross country teams won both the IMS Earlybird and Pella Christian meets last week. In the words of Jim CalTCy in the movie 'q'be Mask", they were "s-s-s-s-smokin!I! F'. Pella Christian Saturday, IMS held off charges from BGM of Brooklyn in the boys field and Lynnville-Sully in the girls field for the meet wins. For the boys, David Huerta continued his hot pace as he was fourth overall with an 18:24 finish. Jason Potsan0er was ninth (18:42), J.J. Roetlin, the freshman, was 13th (18:54), Aaron Fleming was 14th (18:57), Brian Miller was 17th (19:11), Joe Hostefler was 22nd (19:35) and Matt Anderson rounded out IMS's boys squad with a 35th-place finish (21:04). IMS wound up winning the boys meet by a 57-70 count over BGM. Eddyville was third with 77 while Lynnville-Sully was fourth with 86. Those four teams were the only four to score under 100 points in the meet. Troy Owens of Carlisle was the overall winner in 17:44. Brian McKenna of Eddyvflle was second :and Oaten Arkema of Lynnville- Sully was third just ahead of Huerta. On the girls side, ]MS was led by i Melissa Dickel's fourth-place finish. Her time of 13:40 put her just behind overall champion Katie Shearn of Lynnville-Sully (12:33), runner-up Jill Hadsell of Prairie City-Monroe i and third-place finisher Suzy Van Wyngarden of Lynnville-Sully. Despite the first and third by the Hawks, ]MS still won the team title 25-43 over L-S. ]MS pretty much won the girls meet with a sixth (Sarah Bftcker - 13:59), a seventh, the freshman Amy Chupp (14:01) and an eighth (Annika Yoder - 14:02). Tiffany Smtzman did not complete the course due to an injury. J.V.-wise Saturday, Brad Miller's 13:26 was good for 17th for ]MS while Garrett Keaough was 34th with a 14:36. On the gifts J.V. side, Melinda Leichty was second with a 14:21, Kara Birky was 19th (15:57) and Monica Miller was 20th (16:06). Elise Charles came in with a 16:56. Two freshmen boys ran as well Saturday for ]MS as Galen Bontrager was sixth (21:00) and Robert Blauvelt was 19th (24:28). IMS Earlyblrd Hostetler gave the credit where it was due last Tuesday as the teams won a dramatic sweep of the Earlybird meet at the school. On the boys side, a 20-place move by Brian Miller was the difference. "The top four guys ran really well," Hostetler said. "I wasn't surprised with that. However, I was concerned when I was counting the places midway through and didn't even see Brian,, who is our fifth man, for a long time. I knew we were in trouble there." Miller though came rolling back in the second half of the meet and wound up 20th overall, which won the meet for the IMS boys. "His move won it," Hostetler said. "He ran a great second-half of the race. He knew what he needed to do and he did it. We might have been third or fourth in the meet if he gotten those 20 places back." Tmvis Cummings of Van Buren may have won the overall meet with a 16:55 but IMS's boys were the team champs by a 73-78 count over BGM. Huerta headed the pack with an llth-place finish, Fleming was 13th, Randy Ho was 16th, Miller was 20th, Potsander was 22nd, Roetlin was 36th and Hostetler wound up 55th. As for the girls, the pack running style of ]MS gave them a 31-39 win over Fairfield for the meet title. "I was surprised with the girls in that they beat Fairfield," Hostetler said. "I knew that they had it in them to beat everyone else but they turned it up a notch to beat Fairfield. The big difference for them was that Annika fmished so ht~. They all ran well though and I think they are headed for some big things." Dickel led them overall was she was fourth (Fairfield's Beth Brooks was the overall champion). Yoder was sixth, Stutzman was ninth, Bricker was 12th, Chupp was 16th and Miller was 42nd to round out the ]MS.varsity. Leichty led the J.V. girls with a fonrth-place finish while Charles was 10th and Birky took 12th. The J.V. boys, who finished second to BGM, were led by Nate Miller, who was seventh. Brad Miller was eighth, Bontrager was llth, Anderson was 12th, Keaough was 33rd and Blanvelt was 39th to round out the day for the ]MS J.V. boys. IMS will next go into cross country action, seeking their third straight meet wins for the boys and girls, at Fairfield today (Thursday). The race will get underway at 5 p.m. at the Water Works Park just north of Fairfield. Keota at Williamsburg Invitational Meanwhile, Dave Fish's Eagles and Lady Eagles looked very strong against an extremely tough field at the Williamsburg Raider Invitational last Wednesday at Slx t Hill Country Club. Eagle boys runner Jeff Huber broke the school record for the second time in a calendar year (see page 1B) as the boys were fourth in the team that every meet out," Fish said. "We race and the girls finished second to only had four girls to work with and Iowa City Regina. I feel pretty good with what they Huber's seventh-place finish led accomplished Wednesday. I know the Eagles as Scott Greinerwas 12th, Jennifer will be in there in later Keith Sieren was 23rd, Erin Lyle was meets and that the other girls will 26th, Mike McNurlen was 29th, Eric also come around us." Werning was 41st and John Morris Keota's boys and girls teams was 42nd. Greiner, who had never hosted their home meet Tuesday. run a cross country meet until last Next Tuesday, they and ]MS will Wednesday's season-opener, caught both be at the English Valleys Beat Fish's eye. Invitational at Knoll Ridge Country "I have been watching Greiner in Club in North English. Meet time is practice and he has been able to stay with the Jeff and the lead guys throughout practices," Fish said. "He is a good athlete. His finish Wednesday is a good sign of things to come from him." Regina won the boys title with 27 points while host Williamsburg was second with 65. Marion finished third by an 82-97 count over the Eagles. "We beat some teams we had to beat on the boys side," Fish said. "Now we know the things we have to work on to beat the teams ahead of us and give them all we have in the meets remaining. It was a nice finish our boys against a tough field." 5 p.m. English Valleys Brian Newel's teams opened Tuesday at Keota. They will also be at the Benton Community Bobcat Invitational Saturday morning at 9:30 a.m. at Van Home. Next Tuesday, they host their Bear Invitational at 5 p.m. at the Knoll Ridge Country Club in North English. Newel's teams have also added three more dates and dropped a date on their cross country calendar. The added meets are: September 24 - Lake Darling meet, September 26 - Kent Park Classic at For the girls, Nicole Sieren came Clear Creek-Amana; October rolling in hard for the lead Lady 13 Keota/Pekin meet at Eagle finish as she was third overall Lagos Acres Country Club in (14:02). Jennifer Sieren was seventh, Keota. Meet drop October Jamie blander was 16th and Amber 8th at North Linn. Greiner came across in 17th for the second-place team finish as Regina The stars and stripes design for won the meet 27-43. the I I.S. l'lag was adopted by "Nicole has the capability to do Congress on June 14, 1777. Max - Joyce Day - Owners 25 Years Sales & Service Cedar Rapids, Iowa 28- 16 Wides 70'- 72'- & 80' Long 15- 28 Wides 50' thru 80' Long 6- 14x70 2 & 3 Bedrooms 25 Year Residential or Vinyl Siding Plus Shingle Roof Huge!!' Selection on Display 1 Mile North of Westdale Mall on Edgewood Road, 3 miles west on 16th Ave., or 3 1/2 miles west of K-Mart "West" on 16th Ave. in Cedar Rapids. 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Lincoln (Stanwood) and 1Oth-ranked Class 3A Clinton, who was the and eventual tournament champion. "We looked ragged against. Lincoln in the first game but we came back and played hard the second game," Barrick said. "Clinton is a and great squad and they just took it to whole US." Stats-wise, Jenny Jones and Julie Brophy were both perfect in serving as Jones was 41 of 41 and Brophy was 22 of 22. Jones led the team in up ace serves with 12 while Brophy had six aces. Robin Rourke also had a strong serving day as she was 21 of 22. Brophy led the team in digs with action 17 while Leah Bontrager had 15, Jones had 18 set assists while Brophy had 17 and Jessica Larsen was the main person on the front line with a as she had four stuff blocks and 13 kills while Kelley Conway, in her first matches of the season after coming back from an ankle injury, had nine kills as did BonWager. 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