Dillon Tribune Examiner (Dillon, Mont.) 1982-1989, October 10, 1989, Image 9

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Tuesday,October 10, I M D O M l B i g p l a y s l e a d t o v i c t o r y w i n By Kevin W h itw o rth The Dillon Beavers got bade on the winning track with a 34- 6 crushing of w e Belgrade Pan- there during last Saturday’s homecoming festivities a t Vig­ ilante P a ik . The Beavers used a ball con­ trol offense with a balance of nm and pass that kept the Panthers reeling the entire af­ ternoon. The Beavers jumped on the board first when they received the • opening kick-off and marchedthe length ofthe field fqfjft score. Neil Nelson capped thedrivewith anineyard touch­ downJaunt Nelson would race end zone from three jnwds out; in the second quarter to pad the Beavers lead. • Leading 12-0 the opportunis­ tic Beaver defense went to work. After Rich Ferris scored on a one-yard quarterback sneak the Beaver defense forced a Pan- ther fumble deep in Belgrade territory. Ferris wasted little time finding Bred Doigwith a 10-yard touchdown strike. (h i the next Belgrade posses­ sion defensive end Reed Pebbles stripped the b a ll from the Pan­ ther quarterbacktoset u p a n ­ otherFerrjvto-D o fgscoring i aerial. The 16-yard pass play pushed the Beaver lead to 34-0. Ferris completed six of 10 passes for 66 yards to lead the Beaver scoringmachine. Shawn Allen gained j6J| yards on 13 carries to lead a ll rushers. Fer- ris handled the kickingoffchores and boomed threekfcks out of the end zone. '-f/*'?• - Dyle Stoddard roamed tha- defensive ride of the b all regis-, teririgeigfrt tacklesarid inter-- cepting a Pantherpass. Jon Hansen recovered the fumbles. and made three etopafrom Ms defensivetackle position. if TheBeavers gained272yard* ( b r ^ © r ' “ ’mPV<Klk’ 148 “It took u s a little while to get ing, b u t when we did Our une ing us to run and pass/ n o tei H^CoachTerryTftqinas. “We really kept themoffhblanee.:! . \Defensively we miide the big: plays when we had t o .. 'w i l t f ' fense forced the turnovers'aiid we turned them into points.* \V The Beavers, 4-2 overall and 3-2 in league, will travel to. Anaconda Friday night for.^a* clash with the- number one] ranked team in Class A. “Anaconda is ajtoughteam to prepare fori\ stressed Thomas, ^ e y have ahuge offensive line and a fine running back in Cory Hueti We w ill n w d to get defen­ sive penetration and causecon- fusion in their backfiel d to b e ' wmwm..'. ■ 5 2 2 2 2 * * tt . M-UO ‘ > \J . i ' l l ’' \ . h M • • TljteJ TnalT h l u l l By Kevin W h itw o rth Ih e Dillon girls' basketball team lost two deceiving games last week. Wednesday the Beavers were turned back67-47by Anaconda, --- lapital on : Beavers . . , _______ _____ the ' eeores wobld indicate in both ball games 10-12 p e ^onnttfiw a t tiie free throw line. i A trio of Beavers, Tysel, Jammie E llis, andCary Clever- m u d el time. Beaverc The Beavers opened the Homecoming weekend hosting a strong Helena Capital team. The Brains usedtheir Height the Bea- : advantage to jump to a 164) lead after one quiurter and a 28-15 lead a tthehalf. The eecond h f lf was all Capital as the Brains capitalized on poor shooting by I'Anwondt played fairly well. We again handled the pressure, b ut Capi­ tal eame out hot in tiie tiiird quarter and we could n o thitoyr shots.” ■ Thursday the Beavers will, travelfto Butte Central, then; return home Saturday for a t ilt with tiie Belgrade Panthers. S >’■ \Butte Central has improved a lo t Theyhave beenreally causing problems fo r ’peinpie lately,-stressed H OI/“Belgrade is b ig a n d they havegobd floor speed. We will h avetohHour perimeter shots to beat them.1 V JkaMMfcm The DilloiiJaycees will 'iponp sor adult co^d volleyball again thisyear. ; 1 / ' •< : Rosters' are' now duej and gam M anprc£ta*titpitsrtO'ct. ■, . 16 a t tiie old BCHS g jj^G a ijtas y will b e jidiedul^dfbr Mondays- ahdWedriesaiiys: ' ; j-<( For more information or to '.1 SV L o o k ing (o r <tay.l9 h t-. ~ -- Tory Taylor returns a Balgnade 34-6 rout of theBelgradePai on 4 carries and c ^ g tt two passes. Savings and Loan or Mike Crbs- . Tory Taylor returns a Belgr punt for a big gain ser a t Eliel’s before O c t l4 at 34-6 routofthe Belgrade Panthers. Taytoraisoruitfisd at the h a lf was largely due to IS for 22 shooting a t the charity stripe.T h e titf)t,toughgam e saw Anaconda jum p in front 44- 38afterthree quarters, then blow the game open in the final frame.'. Rebecca Tysel led the Bea­ vers with 12 points, including a _____ with seven points,allcom ing from the free throw line. “I was happy w ith the way we played against Anaconda for three quarters*. noted Head Coadi Scott H ill. \We handled tiie press well, b u t broke down ' 1 . I f , . J> f I KM M io l'CM ir- TaUl ( M i • A naoafe K , DOton SL, * ) ' 1»Im(XD' ' Htkna Capital ( S B ' '' Kevin Whitworth IV'v’ijj: ’.i.V. mm ’j » * » l l (f ' c r u s h M o n t a n a menitally n in the fourth quarter. 'Against C apital we actually O h m W 1 M S . TVmI • U * . BO * 0 M 1. Cui»«MabKni«0T4T.CIiUbir0-lt,BMM 1 0 4 4 , l f a r t l » l l TaUl*(U4«SS IWtMOafilaL ___ _ 1 « I I I t U . l l — .1 1 S » “ t • ChaQn. W « ■ c*piuisx,DaiMiic. X - C o u n t r y h e r e S a t u r d a y The Dillon Beavera ran what is probably the toughest cross­ country courses in the confer­ ence last Saturday when they competed in Butte. The route began on an as­ phalt decline which later d rded aftttnd to the bottom of what is known as “Heartbreak H ill.1' To m « b matters worse, the team had to run in 47 d^pee tem­ peratures. There was s till frost on the ground when we etartod the races,” said Head Coach Bob Carroll “But we didn’t let up and we performed well.” MelissaMillerwasonceagain the first Dillon girl to finish. Miller crossed the Une. in third place with a time o f 21*JS9. Jay Mclsaac led the boys team as he finished sixth with a time of 17:37. ”Ihe team is progressing very well each week,” noted assistant coadi Margie Laknar. \ I expect them to peak ju s t ih time for the state meet in two weeks.” The cross-countiy teams will travel to Bozeman Thursday, then will compete in the WMC T & m & m & A v MlMllbn. The Western Montana Col- 1 lege Bulldogs, playing their fin- estgame ever under Head Coach Midc Denneby. crushed tiie! Montfma. Tech Oiediggers 60- 21^ 'spbiling homecoming activi­ ties for tiie Diggers. H ie Bulldogs relied on the hard h itting of its defensive u n it and a power running game to steam roll the Oredimers. This Bulldojn received the i openingkidc-offand preceded to score on an ll-play drive that was climaxed when quarteibadc Paul Maki h it q>lit end B ill Polk with a 26-yard scoring toss. Tech then cameback to score the next 14 points to take the lead. .Western tied the score ^ w ith 3i29 left to play in the first q n w k when a familiar face to fan*, CoryBolton, raced i \lSvards t5 p ^ d ir t Bolton is a graduate of Butte High »» m m J» th e Builders took the lead good in the second quarter en Bolton again spun his magic and ended vp m the end zone fronf 13 yards'out West­ ern led 21fl4 a t halftime. ' The second h a lf was a ll Bull- dogsasthirdefensestifiedthe Oredigger offense time after time, and the running game diifted intohigh gear. ■ Beaverhead1 County H i^ i Sdiool graduate Chad Mussara scored on touchdown rims of 2, 23,25, and 9 yards in the final two frames as the Bulldogs left the Orediggers in the d u s t Mike- Clemens added a 33-yard field goal in the fourth quarter to cloee out the scoring for Western. Bolton led the Western groundattack with 114yardson 19 carries. Mussard added 72 yards on only nine rashes. The Bulldogs gained 402 yards on the ground for the game. \We played well both offen­ sively and defensively,” noted Head Coach Mick Dennehy. \The defense did a super job a ll afternoon. We really needed a lift and they gave it to us. They did a tremendous job. that \Janiestownisi Denn^.TnugrJ Montana kids OQt will looktbmakeai .. here.1* . . WMtHSbMMIMMMWMlA ’if ' IC m I hb iii I M T-i y .. tM i* I M U M M f t m t i ■ - s H '.^as P iim II m T* i . . *1 . 84 , f ei«eniiiinii'^-aes>: jiM K '. ,■ ffmMgr WMC - B lt w t » H « . .... ....... .. M j , * * l l S « k » e e W *Hhr S < 5 d aw n r- ■ a i *■’. 14. iM M n r V H C - N k ^ C r it a 1 4 0 .0 m > H ,b n v M M a a taU fc News and views ofthe Sports Soene B y K e v i n W h i t w o r t h Western Montana College, firedi off a 50-21 thrashing of Montana^ Tech, will host the Jamestown Jimmies in next Saturday's home- PMetfKfrtiWNNKeft Running the offense... Beaver parti Cary Claverly drives the Jans against tha Helena Capital Bruins last Saturday night. Cleverty scored only five points, but was instrumental in helping tha Beavers break ths Bruin full court pressure. TT® Beavers dropped tha contest 52-23. cominggame. Jamestown is eighth in NAIA Di- vinon I I io team rushingat278.8per game. The Jimiltiesarekindofa throwbadt in running the W ifigT offense that is averaging 4.2 yards per cany. Jamestown fireshman running bade Rob Reynolds is fourth in NAIA Division U in indi­ vidual scoring with an average of 12.8 points per game. Reynolds has scored 10 touchdowns this season. Head Coadi Mick Dennehy has his team playing a tough brand of football. Only the weeks ahead will tell, Imt this team is ready to explode into the upper echelon of the Frontier Conference football teams. Former Beaverhead County High School ath­ lete Chad M u ssard had a big day in W estern’s win over Tech. Mussard scored four touch­ downs and sentTech h e ad coach Bob G reen into a tantrum when he broke several tackles and sprinted into tine end zone in the second h a lf. G reen, who is the defensive coordinator, grabbed h is head s e t and threw i t to the ground in frustration after the Mussard scoring m n^; > In 1990 the Big Sky State Gamas wiU Cafe-« brate its fifth year as Montana’s largest ama-: teur sport festival. Over20,000Montana ama­ teur athletes have participated in the past four ■ years. Hans for tfo 1990 B i g J ^ State (Stanes. include more sports to be regionalized.' H ie dates for the 1990 finals o f tiie B ig Sky State Gaines have been set for Juty 20-22. Ih e Dillon Tribune-Examiner did not re-' ceive the results ofthe Western MontanaCol- lege-College of Southern Idaho match, b a t ac­ cording to sports information director Mark - Durham the Lady Bulldogs dropped the match in three straight games. ; A s you probably already know we have new owners a t the Dillon Tribune. I wonder what the chances a re that the new ownership w ill send me to cover the W orld S e ries between the Oakland A’s and the San Francisco G ia n ts . Maybe longtime D illon resident and G ia n t fan George Goodrich can talk them into i t Georg® if you read t h is , I need a p in ch h itter.

Dillon Tribune Examiner (Dillon, Mont.), 10 Oct. 1989, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/sn85053038/1989-10-10/ed-1/seq-9/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.