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page IB year," Van Wyk said• may have been if goals had up tied with for the regular Western Division. Saturday action regular season w Baptist eaters Saturday's I-place finish ion play. The one game behind ee. G.P. finished 2- side of the field, and West enter as the two ing to Aquinas Strabala. going into a 7-0 mark West Point Head into Lone Tree homecomlnu at 0-5 w Waco uses 21-point second quarter, rallies past Ra Highland-Lone Tree got the balance of offense and defense they needed for one quarter Friday night at Wayland. Unfortunately, in Ihc second period, somebody forgot to tell the Warriors. Waco scored 21 points on the Raiders and went on to a 42-23 win over Highland-Lone Tree. The loss dropped Curt Countryman's tean to 0-5 and 0-1 m District 10 play. Highland came out prelly sharp and looked like they might be ready to spoil the Warriors homecoming. After a fumble on the kickoff return, the Raiders quickly scored on Chris Berry's seven-yard keeper fi~r a 7-0 lead 'after Andres Fibres hit the extra point. Waco came back as Dennis Can scored from lout yards out and a two-point conversion made it 8-7. The Raiders wouldn't stop though as touchdowns on runs of 20 anti 29 yards and Russ Yoder snuck in from three yards out to give the Warriors a 21-tx~int bah'age. Waco added a third period touchdown pass by Graber and a Yoder 57-yard burst in the final period lot their 42 points. Highland added a Fibres field goal and a Lucy 48-yard run Io end the scoring at 42-23. All in all, it was a big night for the running attacks. Lucy wound up with 18 carries for 164 yards while Yodcr had 214 yards rushing flu" Waco. Carr wound up with three touchdowns on the night. Highland-Lone Tree will try and break into the win column Friday night at Lone Tree tot the Lone Tree 1993 holnecoming game against HLV (Victor). The Warriors are standing at 0-5 as well after a 55-0 district opening loss to Winfield- TIlE KALONA NEWS - Thursday, October 7, 1993 - Page 3B First of/we big District 6 .I.V. games tiffs Friday nigh! It's another tie for Mid-Prairie junior varsity football at Camanche They are still undefeated but they are not untied. Mid-Prairie's junior varsity football team baltlcd Camanche to an 8-8 Friday nighl and wound up with their second tie ill three weeks. Their v'ccord is now 3-0-. 2 with a home contest coming F:ritlay night againsl Solon. II all might have been dilTereul except lor a bad break early in ihc lburth quarter for ihc Golden Ilawk,;. After a great defensive Bland in'dtlc their own 10-yard line, il apl×~ared ;is it the Hawks were headed to their fourth Will of Ihc year. Howcver, a pilc||-otal |i'oul Jakc Fisher to Greg t!lm never made the connection and Ulin had to fall onl thc ball in the end zone to give up two points. Coach Sieve Hollan gave the word to the ttawks during a timeout right before the play. "Whatever you do don't get caught in the end zone." Hollan had said. Unfortunalelv. falc played out the hand. "1 don't know if it was a bad pitch or whal haplx, ned," Flol/au said. "We just didn'l execute when wc had the chance." M-P opened the game with a quick scoring drive when IJlin went over from three yards Out. The two- point play made it 841. Camanche came back in lhc sCColld quarter to make il 8-0 after Nick Jensen snuck in the ball fronJ Iwo yards out. The rest o1 Ihc game it was missed challces by bolh sides. Two droppetl passes in lhe clear bv each side WCnl awry and a late drive by M-P ended on ('amanche's 19-yard line when ('amcron Driscoll's field goal attempt was wide left at the gun. games with the Aaron Lucy broke through a seam Mount Union. Kickoff for the game i2~'ul0aSand~estcn~,¢lflhewi Point seem to andwent 45 yards forthe 13-8 lead. is set for T:3O p.m. Fibres hit again and it stc~ad at 14-8. Game summary 0nf . ,ence ,,ms2 in this half of The second period was where it H-LT 14 3 0 6 - 23 :'~is.~-, _' ~trabala said. all turned around. Cart scored two Waco 8 21 7 6-42 kYc~" Uelensive-minded team [~,,.. SCore a lot of o 1 ' - nloftirn, ,, g a s m a 9th Golden Hawk volleyball lt,s hunting time .... dropsmatch with Tipton ' a}i~l~"~StLWill not decided A local hutlter packs down his shot at a muzzlcloader shoot held at the ~ent. A-- ne conference I~11bl,,~.c°rding to Strabala, Mid-Prairie s 9th Golden Hawkwith two aces and Natalie Skein was Floyd Groff hoznc ill Scptemlx~r. Ten t l0 ,,,.~'ta!ngplayedf°rced make-uJp volleyball squad fell 3-0 to Tipton three for five with Iwo aces. upmUZzlel°adingfor 1he shoolenthusiaStSwhichSh°wed Groff through next last week and had their record fall to M-Ps J.V. teanv,~ also took on F ~/e$tel, n 8-4-2. The Hawks were at a Mount Tipton while IMS s 9th and J.V. descrihcd as a "warn t-up' lot tile first lnuzzleloading season which is in .-al re- - Division Vernon tournament Monday andteams were fit Williamsburg last gUlar season hosted the Mustangs Wednesday. Tuesday night. ']'his week, IMS was session along with shotgun and bow stalldin- Beth Hershberger was perfect in at West Liberty Tuesday night, and arrow for deer. [~l~s Ch.-, gs serving (7 for 7), Natasha Gugel and A deer runs on tiptoe. Its "foot" is IIb~a rlStiall 4-1 Bontrager were 6 for 7 with one ace, really its two center toes, each ~!2~1~ Academy 3 1 1 protected by a strong, curved hoof. i oaite . . Karl Hobbs was 6 for 8 with four ~h~p"'ktia~nr Baptist 3.~..~ aces, Eve S wartzendruber was for tbr six, Rachel Kemp was six for nine 1-5-1 IMS soccer rolls to Ll aStern Division two big wins • r season standings • - e s aS Of 10- Iowa Mennonite and their scoring [, A Mid-Prairie junior varsity footballer makes a big hil on Camanch ' Walter Peikert m action from Friday nighl. "['he Hawks and indians played mien 4 problems in soccer might have parted to an 8-8 lie, tilt' second of the year J'or M-l"s ,I.V tcam Tile ttawks fake hlt fflAquinas) ways finally last week. IMS upended their 3-(I-2 record inlo a game with Solon Friday niehI at Salllcr field. N~p, arquette) Pella Christian 2-1 on the road Cathlene Bryant 0-6 • - notre Dame Monday and drilled Cono Christian Eastside Feed wins Pare Hochstedlcr 0-6 1 m 1 1 I 1 1 I / Ill t~!~artli~! Strite)) 5-3 at home Thursday. The two wins Men's Open Kalona Elementary PTA put them at 4-4:1. Kalona fall slo-pntch Nol n Schrock 9-0 t d) In Mondays victory over the Eastside Feed claimed the 1993 Marlin Miller S-I annual filBert) Eagles, J.B. Hochstetler and Matt Kalona lall men's Bid-pitch softball Bob Chrismcr 4-2 I,,. from Page IB Rhodes each scored goals. At home league title as they defeated Hard Gary Swtulzendrubcr 4-2 ,ia the bi-- • Thursday, it was a combination of Luck Cafe and Dairy-Mart in Jim Frcnch 5-4 e tailb.. • g Play when Shawn Miller, Steven Rhodes and position night action Thursday night. Stev,c Murphy4-5 '~u ~tek Jon Naevc ot Chris Miller that defeated Cone.Eastside finished third in three ad the ! " • g lerD Yoder 4-5 d45v .... fit sideand Shawn had one goal and three weeks ot regular season action.Dennis Grimm 1-2 le haS, us, for a touchdown assists, Steven added two goals and Dairy-Mart was the top seed andLoren Hochstedler 3-6 a,[,ne two-point try Chris had one goal and three assists Hard Luck Cafe the second seed of Gary Schrock 0-6 -.-u ~t Stood at 28-6 at to help IMS even their overallposition night last week. pen House Michael Loss {)-9 [~.~e record. IMS was at Cone Christian Slo-pitch action will resume in the Men's Intermediate $3,50 - Adults again came roaring Tuesday and host the inaugural summer oi1994. , rr , Curtis Hehnuth 9-0 ,Yt%kl o!nmthesecond Southeast Iowa Soccer League I $2.00- jr. high ~tl~., .e ball 81 yards for tournament Saturday morning (see Kalona Rec Center fall Kevin Brueggc 64) Darin Miller 6-0 - e~ldPtCkeded the up. 61 of thos:e page m). racquetball standings Brian Herschber~er8-, | $1,00. elementary & preschool LI~'aY 1~ drnve with a 46- Women's Open Paul Waldschmi~ll 2-6 °r a 36-6 lead. The 8th Hawks fall twice 2-7 ~~~m _.-------- • Beth Murphy 9-0 Dale Engel M-P 7th softball Karen Christner 7-2 Brad Marner 1-5 smashes Solon Fan,if Bontrager 6-3 Clayton Troyer I-5 1 lll Mary AnnSchlabaugh 3-3 JaroldMillcr 0-6 VIDEO REHTALS Mid-Prairies 7th grade softball Cathy Schrepfer 2-4 MattLitwiller {)-9 team leveled Solon 20-0 in the A Becky Burich 3-6 Jay Thrapp 0-9 Ml glifilNIllllNllt game played at Solon Wednesday afternoon. The B squad dropped a 'i .'" 13-2 decision to the Spartans. ~-~,.~ .~l "{i ~." • late in ihe third In the 8th grade doubleheader, the ~[11~ ~i::. A team fell 8-6 while the B team lost iutm and ~a.~J~nn each made the a 12-10 cliffhanger. According to I ill's~Zelle and Jenn was coach Susan Sax, the two teams had Hel ,r theirt , Des Moines their chances but couldnt score late The Best Selection rfl r BaBa Yard,, v]ay Friday night, in either game. vertOnnance was the Heather Hervey had a triple with Vldeo$/n Town For All l the state according to the . Occasions two RBI s while Jessie Fisher had a Large Selection of Lowest Prices Maylar Balloons ,, en H.. bunt and run-scoring single for the |I ' ' - I " $1"00 Rentals ....... l..Town , rlg"e 19t t°" awks. Celebrd°n'tate haVeas were8th HawkS.at MountTuesdaY'vernonthewhile7th theHaWkSsth Boone's Barber Shop 3 Leap ,,/'Faith . 4¢, Upon them this Hawks hosted the Mustangs and the | 410 C Avenue - Kalona V | Fifty Fifty The Crying Game treak in-eS their two-game teams closed out their seasons | I will meet or beat others R-K and | Homeward Bound: The vg haylass, to a2A top-rankedDistrict 6 Wednesday at Clear Creek-Amahs. I redldn Haircare prices. 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