Wescolite (Dillon, Mont) 1949-2009, November 03, 2004, Image 6

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November 3, 2004 Sports The Wescolite Student Newspaper Dawgs Play in Final Home Game this Weekend Against MSU-Northern By Jon Currier The Dawgs football team 1 dominated the field, beating I Rocky Mountain College 3 I- r | 13 during the homecoming game at Vigilante Field. The team’s offense came out scoring in the first quarter with a 2 yard run from Josh Shrum. The scoring continued in the sec­ ond quarter with two more touchdowns. The first touchdown coming from Travis Blome running in from 4 yards out and the second was a 17 yard pass from Blome to Cory Creighton. The fourth quarter scor­ ing started with a 34 yard field goal from Eric Zahler. The Dawgs were rolling on both sides of the ball with great plays com­ ing from both the defense and offense. Stats for Rocky Game Passing: Blome 15 of 22 for 201 yards 1TD Receiving: Mock 6 for 70 yards, Illig 2 for 38 yards, Staley 2 for 9 yards, Artis 2 for 4 yards, Hannah 1 for 49 yards, Shrum 1 for 14 yards, Creighton 1 for 17 yards 1TD Rushing: Shrum 19 for 94 yards 1TD, Drinkwalter 12 for 57 yards, Blome 7 for 6 yards 2 TD’s, Staley 1 for 2 yards. The Dawg's next opponents were Carroll College for a highly anticipated re-match. The scoring didn’t get started until early in the 2nd quarter when Josh Shrum scored on a 4 yard run for the Dawgs. Almost two minutes later Eric Zahler scored again with a 21 yard field goal. The 2nd quarter scoring was capped off for the team with a 42 yard touch­ down pass from Blome to Shrum, sending Western into halftime with a 17-0 lead. The Dawg's defense and player, Eric Zahler, owned the fourth quarter. Enoch McKeague came up with an interception late in the quarter. Four plays later Zahler kicked his second 42 yarder and fourth field goal of the game to seal the win. The Dawgs received exceptional play from all sides of the ball to come out with 26-17 win and sole possession of the lead in the Frontier Conference. Stats for 2nd Carroll Game. Passing: Blome 15 o f 26 for 189 yards 1 Int 1 TD. Receiving: Shrum 6 for 83 yards 1 TD, Hannah 3 for 38 yards, Illig 2 for 44 yards, Creighton 1 for 11 yards, Drinkwalter 1 for 6 yards, Artis 1 for 6 yards, Mock 1 for 1 yard Rushing: Shrum 22 for 57 yards 1 TD, Blome 8 for 29 yards, Drinkwalter 8 for 27 yards, Artis 1 for 11 yards. The game between UM-Westem and Montana Tech was important for both teams. The Dawgs needed a win to secure the Fron­ tier Conference title, and Tech wanted a win to take over first place in the Frontier Conference title chase. Both teams already beat the two-time defending National Cham­ pion Saints earlier this year. The Dawgs had won the first game with Tech and were confident going in. This game turned out to be mostly defense for both teams, with only one offensive touchdown in the game. Unfor­ tunately, it was scored by Tech. The only other touchdown came off a blocked punt by Tech. The Dawgs offense turned the ball over five times and quarterback Travis Blome was sacked four times. Eric Zahler scored field goals from 28, 25, and 33 yards, ac­ counting for all nine of Western's points. The Dawgs defense played well getting two interceptions, one from Nick Prinzing and one from Ruley Stingley, and two quar­ terback sacks for a loss o f seven yards total. This was a low scoring defensive game, but the Dawgs were handed a tough 19-9 loss, and now share second place in the Frontier Conference with Carroll College. The Dawgs are 5-2 in conference play with only one conference game left against MSU- Northern this weekend at Vigilante Field. Passing: Blome 18 of 42 for 167 yards, 3 INT Receiving: Aris 5 for 35 yards, Shrum 3 for 39 yards, Mock 5 for 27 yards, Creighton 1 for 4 yards, Drinkwalter 1 for 38 yards, Hannah 2 for 12 yards, Bisbee 1 for 2 yards Rushing: Shrum 7 for 26 yards, Creighton 1 for 5 yards, Drinkwalter 3 for 8 yards, Mock 1 for -1 yard, Blome 6 for -24 yards. Sweetwater Coffee Espresso Eatery %Dilfon's (Best Atmosphere\ Open Monday through Friday 8-5 26 East Bannock Dillon MT 59725 6834141 Unique and unforgettable Jewelry Hats, purses, shoes Shawls and scarves Formal wear Vintage 31. E Bannack St. 683-4633 Western students receive a 10% discount with this coupon and student ID.

Wescolite (Dillon, Mont), 03 Nov. 2004, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/Wescolite/2004-11-03/ed-1/seq-6/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.