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Invite - action - page page 3B - page 4B KALONA, WASttINGTON COUNTY, IOWA 52247 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1993 - Section B Golden Hawks s oil ther homecomin Kalona News :!!!! Remarks Adkins 11 this week's sports quit your day into that oh, so WOrld of football last week (as all of came out not much OU win some and you i'm not going to do it mistaken. Some look at last weekend's that Iowa and Mid- well even though Were different. Iowa but don't tell Mr. I was also glad to scored 23 points belter than the 'Crines but the show it. The game blocked field goal, pass interception. four miscues, did Paul Burmeister McNair for a full You don't know who Just Watch ESPN this looked like a job again but the spite of themselves. suit and the Cyclone football d backwards are extended to barrage Could be interesting Solon. 1 guess wait and see what tt was a good first Russ Yoder and the Warriors proved tot) much in the end. Go~xl luck lo coach Countryman and his team as they take on itLV Friday!! And yes, here they arc!! My weekly guesses at those games: Mid- Prairie 21, Solon 20 (i'm going with the upset); Highland-Lone Tree 14, HLV 7 (Go Raiders); Iowa 35, Indiana 17; Miami, Fla. 35, Florida State 34 (The kicker will be the kicker); Texas 17, Oklahoma 14 (The Sooners always struggle in the Border War); BYU 55, UCLA 36; Michigan 27, Michigan State 10 (Too much Wolverine fire.power) Last wcck, l ended up 3-2. The Packers and Vikings hurt me in the end. Froln now on. no inore pro games!! Bits and pieces Watch for complete 1993 Homecoming coverage in next week's News!! Best of luck to IMS and their soccer team at the league tournament Saturday and to the IMS, Mid-Prairie and Highland-Riverside volleyball learns at the Washingtn Iom'ntunent Saturday!! Finally. a big thank you to Dan, Charlie, Julic, Eric, "Big", Tim and the whole gang at the Kalona Golf Club and Io Boomer and the crew at Welhnan for all of their help in getting results in for the summer/fall tournament season. You wcrc ',dl a very big help to me and I-look forward to the 1994 tournamenl season ]! That's all lk~r this weck!! See ya next week!] Sports for field ,Volleyball earns is now taking its 1994 summer girls' field hockey Volleyball. and volleyball ;land, Holland, Belgium and Germany to play local club teams and to participate in various tournaments including the London International Tournament. All teams are open to high school age individuals including the class of 1994. Players will bc put on teams according to age and/or ability. Teams are open to players with average to above average skills. Continental Teams is a non-profit Ree Center organization formed 10 years ago and dedicated Io promoting sports in Camanche hit the field for their 1993 homecoming battle with Mid- Prairie decked out in all blue uniforms, which reminded a person of the University of Kansas football team when they wear their all blue uniforms. However, at games end, the Indians were black and blue as M-P spoiled an opponent's homecoming for the second week in a row with a 36-20 victory. The win, which was the second in a mw for the Golden Hawks, upped M-P's record to 3-2 and 2-1 in District 6 play. Camanche dropped to 1-4 (0-3 in District 6 play). The Hawk offense, led by junior Jamie Jenn's 26 carry, 200-yard rushing attack and senior Anthony Kos's three touchdowns, put Camanche in a 36-6 hole early in the third quarter and rcxlc out a "leo little, too late" comeback by Camanche late in the g~une. After Camanche opened the game with three plays and a punt, the Hawks went to work. Kos's punt return to the Indian 29-yard line gave M-P great field position. Jcnn" scampered 14 yards on the first play from scrimmage and after a second down and 16 from the Comanche 21, Joe Roth hit Chad Hamrick over the middle to the five. Kos ended the four-play drive with a three-yard carry for a score. The two-point try ended in a sack and the Hawks led 6- 0. M-P's defense got their hands on the ball two plays after the kickoff. A fumble was recovered by Justin Rediger and set up more Hawk points. Roth converted on a third down running pk~y and the Hawks scored when Kos went. in from six yards out Ik~r a 12-0 lead, with the two-point pass try being incomplete. Once again, it didn't take M-P's defense long to get the ball back. After the Indians picked up their first first down of the night, quarterback Sieve Smith was picked off by Rcdiger in Comanche territory. However, M-P punted to Comanche after three plays. The qumter ended at 12-0 Golden Hawks. It didn't get any better for the Indians in the second petite. Jerry Holtmyer and Bryan Yoder sacked Smith on lhird down to lk~rce a punt. On the punl allernpl, a bad snap gave Ihc Hawks the ball on tile Camanche i I-yard line. Jenn brough! M-P to the Indian two-yard line with two carries and Kos followed with his third and final score of the night flu an 184) lead. Roth lilt Hamrick with a tWO-lx~int pass fi~r a 20-0 lead. ('anTauchc tried to put together a drive after the ensuing kickoff but a missed field goal gave the ball to the Hawks in their own end. A roughmg the.kicker penally on Camanche, a big third down pass from Rolh to Kos. two more big carries by Jenn and a [5-yard scoring run by David Teagle put the Hawks ahead 26-0. Kos put in the two-point try lk~r a 28- 0 lead. Camanche finally gel on the M-P football, cont. on page 3B Hauling him down Mid-Prairie's Rob Rich brings down Camanche's Shane Foltz during an Indian punt return Friday night. Mid-Prairie ruined a second straight homecotning with a 36-20 wipeout of Camanche. The Hawks host their 1993 Homecoming game against Class 2A top-ranked Solon with the junior varsity Kickoff ~! e'er 5:45 p.ml Friday" ~iglit atSattler Field. .................... Class 2A District 6 football standings Class A District 10 Sok, n 3o 5-0 football stanaings Mount Vernon 2-1 4-1 Winfield-MU 14) 5-0 Mid-Prairie 2-1 3-2 Waco 1-0 4-1 West Liberty 2- 1 3-2 Tri-County 1-0 3-2 Wilton 2-1 2-3 English Valleys 0-1 0-5 Louisa-Mus. I-2 2-3 HLV (Victor) 0-1 0-5 Comanche 0-3 1-4 Highland-LT 0-1 0-5 Durant-Ben. 0-3 1-4 Friday night's games Waco 42, Highland-Lone Tree 23 Winfield-Mount Union 55, HLV (Victor) 0 Tri-County (Thornburg) 32, English Valleys 6 This week's games Friday night's games Mid-Prairie 36, Camanche 20 Solon 19, West Liberty 7 Wilton 29, Louisa-Muscatine 0 Mount Vernon 47, Durant-Bennett 8 This week's games Solon at Mid-Prairie HLV (Victor) at Highland-Lone (Homecoming) Tree at Lone Tree (Homecoming) West Liberty at Louisa-Muscatine Waco at English Valleys Comanche at Durant-Bennett Tri-County at Winfield-Mount Union Wilton at Mount Vernon Golden Hawk wide receiver Chad Hamrick makes a cut towards some running room Friday night at Comanche. The Hawks scored 28 first-half points enroute to a 36-20 win, which put their record at 3-2 overall and 2-l in District 6 play. M-P is currently in a four-way tie for second in district play. 11 teams, three fields to be in action on Saturday men's ,:onjun,:.o.w.h education and mnonite to host inaugural Sou league ,, travel. For application, brochure, trip directt cost and fund-raishag information, Soccer League tournament call 708-848 -0070 or write announced that the Continental Teams, 804 S. ; a men's three-on- Ridgeland, Oak Park, Illinois, 60304. league, beginning league will run on IMS sets season from 6-10 p.m. !ee is $9.45 for ticket-- plans ~;12.60 for non- Public information director Larry will only be Swartzendruber announced last week 9a.m. to that Iowa Mennonite has several es. Team athletic ticket plans for the 1993-94 will be school year. For just the volleyball must be at least 3 season with six home dates included, no more than the cost is $9 for adults and $5 tk~r registrations is at 8 p.m. NO Will be accepted. to hold October "Great Midwest held October 9-10 Recreation Center Schools in will give players the other players COaches there to and abilities, player in in attending office at ~r coach Them High Sch~x~l 515- which is director center. senior citizens and students (K- 12). For basketball, there are two plans available. In girls basketball, for nine home dates, the cost is $18 for adults and $9 for senior citizens and students (K-12). For boys basketbalk the cost is $20 for adults and $10 for senior citizens and students (K-12). The boys plan includes 10 home dates. An overall package for the entire year (22 home dates) is $40 for adults and $25 for senior citizens and students (K- 12). Mid-Prairie FFA to play in L&M VB tournament Members of the Mid-Prairie FFA (Future Farmers of America) will be playing in an FFA sub-district volleyball tournament at Louisa- Museatine this month. Any members that would like to play should sign up now. The M-P chapter also needs a chaperone for the tournament. Iowa Mennonite's Brian Dickel braces himself for the outcome of the play as the Cone Christian goaltender knocks the ball away from danger last Thursday at IMS, Chris Miller looks on the in baekgT'ound. IMS scored a season- high five goals in one game with their 5-3 win over Cone. IMS traveled to Cone Tuesday and host the first ever Southeast Iowa Soccer League tournament Saturday. After a week of not knowing whether or not they would be hosting this Saturday's inaugural Southeast Iowa Soccer League tournament, Iowa Mennonite presented a plan to both the Eastern and Western Divisions which both sides agreed on. According to athletic director Ron Swartzendruber, the tournmnent will be a single-elimination, cross- bracketing set-up. Three fields will bemused to play all of the matches. "The first round set up will be as follows: The top seed from the Eastertt Division will take on the winner of the fourth vs. fifth seed East-West game while the West top seed will play the winner of the opposite four-five game while the two two-three game winners will move into semifinal play in cross- bracket action. The six Eastern Division and five Western Division squads were to be seeded Wednesday. Western Division IMS The home-standing Maroon and White finished 3-3-1 m league play with a game with Des Moines Christian lost due to rain. They are 4- 4-1 overall with a non-conference match at Cone Christian set for Tuesday. Head coach Marcus Millet has said it many times this season. "This league is probably more even than anyone ever thought it would be," Miller said. "There is a tot of parity between these teams." In their three regular season league losses, scoring was a problem for IMS as Pclla Christian, Des Moines Christian and Walnut Ridge each shut out the Ms:ton and White. Their lone tic with Grandview Baptist also eroded at 0-0. Des Moines Christian Coach Terry Malone has a team which has changed philosophies from a year ago. "The kids have really tried to push the ball on breakaway attempts and be more offensive-minded," Malone said. "Before, we had always been a more defensive-minded team." Christian has a strong front Ime along with middle backers Jon Oosterhius and Mike Cooper. They come into tournament play with a 6- ! record, with their only loss to Walnut Ridge Christian and the Defenders wound up in a tie for the regular season championship. "We have kids who havc been playing together for three years," Malone said. "That helps a lot when you have experience on your team. We are a solid blend of youth and experience." As far as a tournament favorilc, Malone sees the SISL inaugural tourney as a toss-up. "Anybody could win this tournament," Malone said. "1 have been seeing a lot of 3-2 and 2-1 scores in the league and that means that those games could have gone either way. Even Pella Christian, who finished last, has a shot at the championship. It all depends on who has the best day." Pella Christian It has been a year of utter frustration for the Eagles. With a fairly evenly balanced attack, P.C. wound up 1-5-1 overall and lasl in the five-team Western Division. "We have had so many games end in one- goal losses." coach Gone Van Wyk said. "We haven't been able to get over the hump and it is frustrating," Pella Christian is led by Tim Rozenboom. q'im Rosse and Scoll Renaud. "Two of those guys (Rozenlx~un and Renaud) have been playing together for two years," Van Wyk said. "Rosse has been playing on the varsity for ,just one year." Pella has nine seniors and two juniors on their team. The Eagles have been very close to possibly bavmg been in the Western Division driving seat. "We lost last night (Thursday) !-0 and dropped a 2-1 game to iMS Monday," Van Wyk said. "We also played very well against Walnut Ridge and Des Moines Christian. We outshot Des Moines 29-9 in our last game with them." Van Wyk picked Des Moine,~ Christian and Walnut Ridge as the tournament favorites for the We er side. "This league has been ver SISl, preview .- cont. on page 3B