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Win Seniors took the lead on a broken PAT play. After a high center had sailed over kicker Bisnett's head, he went back picked up the loose ball and ~m~n threw to the endzone where Mitch Buck made a great catch. ~' A perfect 9-0 regular The ttuskies then really through, however, as they ~eason record and sole pos- brought the fans alive as they got right back into the game session of the 1974 North with a 71-yard scoring drive Central Washington as the second half opened. A Conference championship will lnng pass play and a well-- be the goals Friday night for executed screen gave Han- Coach Glenn Weitz' Othello ford a first down on the seven HBskies. with Greg Fancher getting The Huskies, who rolled up t h~ st,ore. ~0;No. 8 by a 22-12 score The Huskies held onto against a tough ttanford Othello came right back their two-point lead as the Falcon team at Richland last again minutes later as Roger Falcon pass for the PAT Friday, will be hoping to Nield and Allen Dellingerfailed, and then after two become the winningest broke through to tip a scoring attempts were stop- Othello grid team ever again- ttanford pass, with Buck ped on interceptions and st the Pioneers at Omak this grabbing the interception on another drive ran out of Friday. Game time is 8 p.m. the Falcon 28. Pecka moved downs at the Falcon nine, at the Omak field, the ttuskies close on passes finally took the ball in for the The contest will be a to Pelerson and Bets and clincher with 5:45 left in the complete turn-about from the then sent Peterson off-tackle game. Huskies' season finale last from the thre.~ two playsA 25-yard punt return by year. Then the Pioneers were later for the toi~ghdown. The Peterson gave the Huskies a undefeated, with a struggling PAT attempt was blocked. Falcons Score Again The Falcons weren't Othello team hoping for an upset on their home field. This year the Huskies come into the game unbeaten and first down on the Hanford 35, seven runninu plays moved it to the 10 and Pecka then fired a clutch third down strike to Bisnett at the two. Bisnett ripped off tackle on the next play and Pecka to Bisnett pass on the P/~T put the Huskies safely out of reach with a 10-point spread. The Othello Freshmen pro- duced their best showing of the season as they closed their schedule with a 22-14 victory over Connell here last Thursday. Dedicating the game to Coach Bob Hardy, who has an injured back, and fullback Dallas Sphar, who broke an 70-yard drive in 12 plays. Ephrata and Amando Gomez scored from ers were the winners l the three with Stan Buck First Annual Seniors then running the PAT. nament at the Another drive on the and Country Club opening series of the second 28 entrants here half put Othello ahead 16-6 as Paul Rader of E Buck scored on a five-yard low gross with a keeper and then ran the PAT while Del Holmes had again. Buck added anotherhonors with a 70. ankle last week, the Frosh touchdown late in the thirdPlacing second in the showed lots of offensein quarter from four yards out. competition was Wad0 rolling to the victory. Connell rallied to score late in ol ~Jphrata with 79, Connell scored first in the the game, but a key intercep- Orland Favaro a close ::pening quarter, but thetime by Ruben Martinez onat 80. Frosh came back to take an another drive clinched the Finishing in a 8-6 lead at the half with a victory for Othello. for second in the net ram Honor Buck, helped by outstand-at 71 were Hank ing blocking by the offensive Quincy, Fred Pease, line, had a top offensive game Kostad and Duane with 145 yards in 26 carries In team play Bud and eight for 13 passes and Jim Wickwire of 108 yards. Gomez also added Bob Roloff and Jim 85 yards in 13 carries. Mesa finished in first Members of the offinsive 57 total. line cited by Coach Mike Favaro, Stan Selection of a local youth to Wyknenko included Mark Babe Ruth Baseball's "Ath- letes of the Year" program for 1974 was announced this week by Richard W. Case, president of Babe Ruth International, and tester Swink, manager of the Othello Babe Ruth. Kasinger at center; DeI,oach and Terry guards; John Snyder and Jeff Solbrack, tackles; and Omar Medina and Steve Taylor, ends. Defensively Snyder was outstanding with 16 tackles and Scott Bailey had a key interception and strong game ~layoff-bound, with the Named for the honor was ioneers still looking for their Huskies Stay Dennis A. DeLoach, son of first victory in league play. Mr. and Mrs. Dave DeLoachat defensive halfback, Long Road Trip In 2nd Spot of 515 Scootney. Wyknenkn said. Comparative scores against Nominations for "Athletes other league opponents say In Rankings Yards rushing Othello Hanford178 61 of the Year" were made the Huskies should handle Yards passing 115 74 CATCH FOR BEUS - Senior Roger Bets pulls down oneearlier this summer by Babe the Pioneers easily, but For the first week since the T.lal yards 293 35 Ruth league managers and Coach Welt isn't taking the state poll started this season, First d,,wns 15 4 of the three passes he caught in action at Hanford last presidents from across the Passes 922-2 3-15-2 Friday night. The Huskie end got his team's first game lightly. The long road the Othello Huskies failed to Fumbh,s~lost 21 2/1 touchdown in the game as he ombfned with quarterback nation. They were invited to trip, and the fact that the move up in the rankings, l'em:lties 4/30 3/35 nominate candidates with the Huskies will be looking The week's Associated Punts 4~31.7t;/32.8 Kenny Pecks on a 40-yard pass play. best records of local ahead to their playoff game Press state high school poll achievement on thier teams The Othello girls' basket- led the way again could bethebiggestobsticles released WednesdaymorningNCW Le Igue Grid Finale or intheirteagues, ball team, which rolled to its mont Tuesday with', for the tluskies, showed the Huskies in second I fourth straight victory with a and 20 rebounds, However, they also have place again behind the Sun- Criteria by which these 73-26 trouncing of F~astmont sophomore Shannon the incentives in the league nvside Grizzlies in the Class ~ia ~ I id -I1 tel n Ir" ggay a-t Omak local baseball players were here Tuesday night, will be adding16 more points. title and breaking the exist- A~A rankings, nominated include the ath- expecting its toughest chal- scoring included ing school record. The 1967 The Grizzlies, who like the lete's athletic ability, in- lenge yet against Wenatchee Danielson, 10; Heath Huskies posted an 8-1 record, Huskies are 8-0, once again eluding statistics and overall tonight. Donald, 8; Chris Bos. and an upset h)ss Friday had a perfect 80 as they The final curtain on North NORTH CENTRAL WASHINGTON AA CONFERENCE performance, sportsmanship Coach Janice Capps' team,Carol Yenney, four. , yarned all 10 first place votes Central Washington AA Con- would leave this year's fine and personal leadership dis- which now has a 4-0 record team with only a tie of that cast in the poll. The Huskies ference football will fall this League Games All Games played during the currentand is 1-0 in league play, will In JV action Oth1 record. W L Pf Pa W L T Pf Pa season. To be eligible for the take on the strong had a 35-8 victory wit "We'll be ready Friday and had 66 points in second place. Friday when the league The Huskies may get a leaders and last place team OTHELLO 3 0 83 13 8 0 0 208 66 program, a player must have Wenatchee team at Wenat- Bennison hitting 14 be expecting a tough game," ('hence tn move up in this collide at Omak. Ephrata 3 188 14 62 0 184 28 been an active participant in thee in its second leagueand Liz Bustamante an officially recognized Babe encounter. The Othello team 13. Weitz reported Tuesday. weekend's final regular sea- With the league scheduled Quincy 2 238 86 44 0 115 130 Ruth league during the 1974 will then be at Ephrata next The JVs also had Huskies Healthy son action. While Othello is to fold after this season with Eastmont 1 328 70 25 1 56 141 season. Tuesday, Nov. 5, for another win over Moses Lake lie said the Ituskies should playing Omak last place the move of three of the Omak 0 333 87 35 0 117 137 leauue ~ame lnursday as Becky l~ be at near full strength,tea'm inthe North Centralmembers back to Class A l)efensive standout Dan League,Sunnyside will be compe.tition, Freday'smeeting standings, with the Jacks left defending champion Omak Othello Bowl 4th Sophomore Joanna Norton led the way with 20. Edson suffered a (wacked rib. , ~ i m,, ~ taking on Class AAA Kamm-between the Huskies and hoping to reverse an earlier all alone in last place with a in last Friday's game, but is kin of Kennewick. Omak Pioneers will be the last 21-0 loss and the stead[Iv-[m- 25-19 victory in the second In Women's League Paid Political Advertisement expected to be ready for [)lacing behind the Huskies league gridiron contest, proving Tigers looking forovertime. action, and offensive tackle in this week's poll were All three other league their seventh shutout of the Non-league past opponentsThe Othello Bowl team will Rob Johnson, who hats missed Sumner (7-1), 53; Pullmanmembers completed confer-season. Eastmont will close its of the tfuskies picked up three be hoping to move up from its V0te ~0r the htst two games, hnpefully (7 1), 50; Curtis (7-1), 38; East entre seasons last weekend, season bv hosting East Valley wins last Friday. The Connell fourth phtce spot in the w~ill be back in the starting Bremerton (5-3) 35; Shelton Ephrata and Quincy will meet of Spokane. Eagles, who have clinchedWomen's Travel League P~t~ lilhe. ~ " ~(B2), 17i arid Prosser (6-2), 8. at Quincy in a contest thatFinal fullscaleleagueaction fhe Southeastern Washington Sunday at Ellensburg. " The tqoneers, who are 35, when action resames this~ come into the game with four wont count in the league]ast Friday saw Ephrata keep tith, andaclassAplayoffspot, In recent action at Ephrata !. te 'e'etv- straight h)sses. They posted its chances for a share of the rolled over Dayton 46-0. The the local team took a 3-1 win early season wins over St. league title alive with a 20-0 Eagles are now 6-2 and are over the third place Rodeo Mar[as, Ida., Lake Roosevelt win over Eastmont. The unbeaten since their season-- City Lanes of Ellensburg, but and Chelae, while losing to victory was the first on the opening losses to the Huskies then lost 0-4 to first place REPUBLICAN F0[ road for the Tigers afterand Baker, Ore. Ephrata Bowling Center. having recorded five shutouts on their home field. In the other game Quincy 7" Your Vole and Support Will Be Apprecialed nearby rival Okanogan. Omak produced its best effort yet before losing 14-7 to tough Prosser on Oct. 14, but since then has lost 40-0 to Ephrata, The Pullman Greyhounds its regular season against 22-14 to Eastmont and 25-19 will be the opponents forChancy this Saturday. The in double overtime to Quincy. Othello's Huskies when they Greyhouhds are unbeaten in Falcons Show Talent make their state grid playoff league play with their only Looking back to last Fri- debut on Nov. 8 at Moses loss coming at the hands of day, Weitz credited his squad Lake. Lewiston, Ida., three weeks with a good showing against The Huskies and Pullman ago. a Hanford team, which show- are scheduled to square off in Othello High School of- ed lots more speed, size and the Class AA quarter-final ficials said~tickets for the first Se]ah boosted its record to Ephrata has an 18-6 record 44 with a 21-0 win over in first place, followed by SUBURBANITE SUBURBANITE POLYESTER XG POLYGLAS BIAS-PLY Blackwall plus $1.78 EET. and old tire. Add $3 for whitewalls. Rugged cleats built to handle winter Strong 4-ply Polyester body cord SIZE: A78-13 SUBURBANITE POLYESTER BIAS-PLY Harmon Baxter and Doug Regimbal were second Poe, with teams of Rader Guenther, Vern St)okane and Jim Ca and Bush, Wilkes, and George Gallinger third at 61. Pro Bill Porter that the event golfers 50 years ever, was a big succe.' are to hold it Born in RADIAL WapatoandtheRoyalKnights Lake Bowl of Moses Lake at got their second victory of the 15%-8V2, with Rodeo City season by an 11-8 count over Lanes next at 15-9. Othello Granger. Toppenish was the Bowl has 10-14 in fourth lone loser as the Wildcats' followed by King Pin Lanes recoredslipped to3-5 on a 12-7 of Wenatchee 9-15 and Basin loss to Prosser. Bowl of Quincy 4%-19V2. Blackwall plus $2.00 to Whitewall plus $2.17 F.E.T. per tire and F.E.T. and old tire. old tire. Add $4 for S-link center whitewalls, closed-V Cross-cut cleats give cleats give great pulling power in traction and snow 2 body plies of Modern, polyester cord - 2 belt white strlp~aid plies of fiberglass cord size: SIZES: C78-13, C78-14 Blackwall F.E.T, aer tire talent than is indicated by its event scheduled for 8 p.m. at playoff game will be available The Othello JVs put on an :. .... 2-6 record, the Moses Lake High School at the school office beginning aerial show as they closed ....... "We pleased ,with the way Field. today. Prices will be $3.50 for their season with a 4-1 record the kids came back strong Pullman (%1) clinched the reserved, $2.50 for general with a 34-20 victory at after being behind for theFrontier League spot in the admission and $1.50 for Connell on Tuesday night. first time this season," Weitz playoff with a 20-0 victory students. Pass plays of 70 and 60 said. "We found out early we over East Valley of Spokane According to OHS athleticyards from Todd Burton to couldn't run up the middle last weekend, and will close director Jess Cruzen, winner John Bliss got the Pups on effectively against their big HOSt of the Husk[e-Pullman game top early in the first quarter line and had good success will advance to the with Kevin Bets running outside most of the game." semi-finals against the winner over the second PAT for a Carrying the outside" load Conne II TA v of a game between Mid-14-0 lead. 0.~][ Valley champion Sunnyside Connell came back to make for the Huskies was Gary and the No. 2 team in theit 14-8 at the end of the Pererson as he had his best The McFarland Mustangs Seamont League in westernquarter, but a halfback option rushing game of the season will be hoping to close their Washington. Teams current- pass from Bliss to Mike with 82 yards in 19 carries, season with a break-even 3-3 ly in the running there are Ferguson of 50 yards gave Richard Bisnett also logged record when they go after a Curtis, Enumclaw and the Pups a 22-14 halftime PFIEOSION-BUILT 38 in nine tries. Weitz also said he was victory against their Connell Sumner. lead. RETREA[I~ pleased with the Huskies'counterparts this afternoon. Cruzen noted that locations The Pups continued to roll improvement on penalties as The Mustangs, whodropped and times for the semi-final in the second half as Stan ld~l~ SO they had only four called for to 2-3 with a 20-14 overtime games will not be set until Buck connected withRick 30 yards, their lowest total loss to Chief Moses at Moses after first round play, but Martinez on a 40-yard pass. 10 there this season. Lake last Thursday, are added that a Yak[me location Bets again ran the PAT. 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