Rogue news. (Ashland, Or.) 19??-????, October 30, 1970, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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    FRI..OCT. 30, 1970
ROGUE NEWS
PACE FIVE
Athletes
of the
Month
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SCOTT STUDE BAKER was
chosen as the Cross Country
Athlete of ihe Month. He has
run consistently well throughout
the season and was Ihe first
Ashland runner at District
placing 4th overall.
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MARK ENGLE was picked as
Lineman of the Month by
Football Coach Lance Locke. As
starting offensive guard he has
been a key man to the Grizzly
running game.
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TIM SLAPNICKA was chosen
for the second month in a row as
the Back of the Month. Playing
as both quarterback and safety
he has given all his effort 100
of the time.
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Grizzlies
After smashing the Roseburg
Indians on October 16 by a
score of 22-0, the Ashland
Grizzlies were beaten by the
Grants Pass Cavemen on October
23.
In the game, the Bears'
offense was held to -I yard on
the ground by the tough Grants
Pass defensive team, and picked
up 38 yards by passing.
In contrast, the Cavemen
gained 101 yards byrushingand
85 yards by passing. Their
leading rusher was substitute
fullback Dennis Brown, who
compiled 73 yards in 22 carries.
He came in when Ron Cluster,
the regular fullback, suffered a
leg injury.
In the first quarter of the
game, the Cavemen went 55
yards in eight plays for their first
touchdown, scoring on a 23-yard
pass from quarterback Jim
Sanders to halfback Rich
Cowan. Ralph Van Delden then
kicked the point after, making
the score 7-0.
In the second quarter. Grants
Pass scored on another Sanders
to Cowan pass, this one covering
22 yards. Van Delden then
booted the extra point.
The games' third quarter was
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LEBANON PLAYER NO. 21 trips over end Mark Wilson as Harley
Dixon watches Jerry Sutton scamper downfield on a long gainer.
-Mark Maxwell Photo
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scoreless, but in the fourth the
Cavemen again scored. One of
the tallies was a 19-yard field
goal by Van Delden, which
followed right on the heels of a
36-yard pass interception by
Ken Behymer.
Later in the quarter, Ashland
punter Kerry Keeton punted to
Van Delden, who scored on a
52-yard run-back. Van Delden
then attempted to kick the extra
point, but failed, making the
score 23-0.
Offensively, Grants Pass ran
64 plays while Ashland ran 36.
The Grizzlies were led by
senior halfback Steve Davis, who
gained 26 yards in ten carries.
Ashland fullback Jeny
Sutton, who had been making an
average of 132 yards every game,
was held to nine by the Grants
Pass defense.
During the game, the
Grizzlies missed the services of
starting left guard Mark Engle
and substitute fullback Andy
Lonch, who were both injured
the week before.
Ashland's season record now
stands at 5-2, and the Grizzlies
are tied for third place with the
Crater Comets and the Klamath
Falls Pelicans.
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SAFETY MAN Tim Slapnicka
stretch-out tackle.
Sophomore Football Team
Defeats Roseburg 48-20
The sophomore football
squad split the last two games
they played as they tromped
Roseburg 48-20 and then were
shut out by Medford by a score
of 9-0.
The action started off with a
bang as Charlie Lewis ran back
the opening kick-off to score for
the Ashland squad. One of
several touchdown drives was set
up when Hugh Huck blocked a
Roseburg punt giving a big
advantage to the Grizzly
sophomores. Rick Sinclaire set
up another drive to score a
touchdown which was followed
by a two point conversion. The
score at thehalf was Ashland 20
and Roseburg 8. The highest
scoring period for the Grizzlies
SOPHOMORE HALFBACK Ron Smith is caught up in the grasp of
an opposing player as he heads downfield towards the goal post.
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latches on to the enemy in a
-Mark Maxwell Photo
came in the third quarter as they
exploded for 28 points and were
held scoreless for the remainder
of the game. Roseburg scored
only 1 2 points during the second
half.
Craig Siebenlist was 14 for 21
on passing for a total of 205
yards and S touchdown passes.
Charlie Lewis caught six passes
for 115 yards and 4
touchdowns.
Coach Krominga felt that this
was best effort of the season by
the offensive line, but they need
100 effort to beat Grants Pass.
The Soph's met defeat at
Medford as they were held
scoreless the entire game and
Medford scored 9 points. Coach
Krominga said the game was
good defensively.