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COUNTY RECORD Thursday, November 13, 2003 IIIIII1|1 Valley Panthers Randall By Fawna Barrett Mankato 50-0 Pike Valley Panthers elimi- !the Mankato Cougars 50-0 in a game was called in the third of the 45-point rule. a 23-yard run first quarter. Keith Blanding a punt 52 yard for a touch- Brandon Isaacson ran in the after the second touch- it was Pike Valley the second quarter, Nick Kraus on a 19-yard run, Derek Stewart ,ard run and Isaacson again a 2-point conversion. half, it was Pike Valley 28-0. the third quarter, Kraus scored 'ard run and Isaacson ran in Then Isaacson hauled in a pass from Kraus for a touch- land Blanding caught a pass from for the 2-point conversion. scored the final touchdown 45 point rule on a punt of 54 yards. game was called in the third Valley had 9 first downs. had 4. valley rushed for 269 yards 23 more on 2 of 5 pass- total offensive output of 292 rushed for 23 yards and passed for 33 more on 3 of 10 passing for a total offense of 56 yards. Pike Valley fumbled 7 times and had 2 turnovers. Mankato fumbled once and had no turnovers. Defensively, Kade Odell led the panthers with 8 solo tackles and 1 assist. Kraus had 6 solos and 1 assist, Brock Hanel 2 solos, 4 assists and 1 interception, Stewart 3 solos and 1 assists and Isaacson 2 solos and 2 as- sists. Pike Valley football coach Don Melby said, "Special teams were huge this game. Keith Blanding returned 2 punts for touchdowns and the rest were kicked out of bounds short which gave us great field position. The defense was also very solid again." Melby evaluated Mankato's per- formance and said, "Mankato has im- proved and played very hard but so have we. They threw a couple of nice screen passes and their backs ran very hard. They are just a little young yet and will get much better with time." "We played well defensively with the exception of a couple of plays,' said Melby. "We controlled the line of scrimmage for most of the game on both sides. Offensively, we played fairly well but we missed some block- ing assignments and we can't afford to drop the ball 7 times. We must do better than that." .eyville-B & B Pike .ey in regionals & B Falcons eliminated the 'Panthers 34-8 Saturday in playoffs at Baileyville. touchdowns first quarter for the Falcons. scored on a 2-yard run, in a 30-yard pass from Brett and on a 5-yard run. also ran in a 2-point conver- are 20-0 B & B after Kraus got the Panthers on the the second quarter with a 2- plunge. Eric Isaacson t~ the extra points. :the half, it was 20-8, B & B. third quarter was scoreless. scored e Falcons on a 1 -yard plunge and iHellman scampered 29 yards for Falcon touchdown. Nick caught a pass from Jason for a 2-point conversion. p 8 first downs &Bhad 12. e Valley rushed for43 yards and up-lgmore on 5 for 9 passing offense of 62 yards. B rushed for 226 yards and ) 46 more on 5 of 13 passing = output of 272 yards. L 6 times and . The Falcons had 3 fumbles and deep in our own territory really put us in a hold early. They scored 20 points in the first quarter and we never recov- ered." Melby assessed the performance of B & B and said, "B & B has an excel- lent team and they are very physical and quick on the line" of scrimmage. They totally controlled the line of scrim- mage and shut down our offense. They took advantage of our mistakes and showed why they are now 10-1." Melby continued, "Defensively, we missed on a couple of plays we knew were coming and we struggled to tackle their backs cleanly. We played well at times but made too many mistakes. Offensively, we did very little all day long and couldn't get in any rhythm. We put our defense in bad spots all day long and it hurt them. Our special teams were also not as good as they have been." Pike Valley closes the season with an 8-3 record and 5-1 in the league. Randall received about an inch of snow Saturday. A Randall native, Vaughn Flinn, died early last week in Texas. He is survived by his wife, Nadine, two sons, one daughter and their families. He graduated from Randall Rural High School in 1951 and from Fort Hays State in 1955. He and his wife have lived in Texas for most of their married life. A memorial service and inurnment are planned in Randall Nov. 25 at 1 p.m. Mildred McElroy died Sunday. Surviving are two sons, Roger and Butch and a daughter, Diane l~dwards and their families. THE RANDALL BRANCH Hanel led the way defen- for the Panthers with 6 solo ~ts. Nick Kraus had 4 and 6 assists, Isaacson 6 solos Kade Odell 3 solos and 5 4 solos and 3 assists Clark 3 solos and 4 assists. Valley football coach Don "One missed pass cover- the first quarter and two fumbles can kill you. Softcover inninglrc novel Iw G. Dane Hick= www.redhawkbooks.com Order by phone toll free: (800) 683-4505 author and get your personally Watch for mote datez copy at one of these special events: near youl EMEO.8~ Thurs., Nov. t3, 3-7 p.m. Fri,, Nov. 21, 3-7 p,rn, Country Marl, 1020 Merchant St. Country Mart Randall was abuzz with hunters during the opening of pheasant season. The Jeweii High Seniors had a good atten0ance at the soup social at the Randall Elementary School Saturday. Fred and Cheryl Anderson were guests of his parents, Joe and Maxine Anderson. Cheryl spent most of the time helping her dad, Bill Taylor. Joe D. Anderson also visited. Charlotte Anderson visited her aunt, Lucille Stover, for an early birthday celebration. Natalie and David Wood visited her parents, Gene and Fawna Barrett. Other callers were cousins Ron and Dianne Cook and their daughter, Su- PayPlan experience san from Oregon. They are renovating his grandmother's home in Jewell. Fawna attended a Kansas Department of Commerce workshop in Salina Wednesday and met Natalie. Megan Wilson visited the Barretts Saturday. Norma Clark visited her sister, Thelma Given. Ocie Miller joined them for some meals. Coffee guests were Kane Mclntyre, Jan McCollough and Keegan and Fawns Barrett. Weekend hunters at the Given home were Rich- ard Given, his son and daughter, Mark Given and Lori DeGraeve, tvlark' s son, Ross and two friends, Oak Grove, Mo. Lori did several tasks lor her grand- mother. Dawna Greene left for her home in Oklahoma City after a week's visit with Ma~ha Lumb. Lyle and Donna Mahin visited his dad, Howard Mahin. Mary Ann Kibbe met her sisters and mother, Della Enslow, in Newton for a girls' weekend. Chris Kibbe and Mandy Anderson visited Bob Kibbe. Word has been received of the death of William Tabata, Cambridge, N.Y., Nov. 6. His wife, Barbara (Hockett) survives. Memorial services were in Cambridge Nov. 9. Another service and burial will be in his hometown, Cleveland, Ohio, at a later date. A winter stoma watch means con- ditions are right for a storm to develop. A winter storm warning means condi- tions pose threats to life and property are imminent. Become the kind of person who brightens a room just by entering it. Children at Mankato Head Start show off new coats provided for them by Montrose United Methodist Church. This is the second year the church has provided this service as part of the outreach program. IIHI I Panorama By Fawna Barrett I FRIENDLY CARING COOPERATIVE From Deanna's Desk By Deanna Sweat, Extension Agent Mums need winter care Garden chrysanthemums that pro- vide such colorful cuslti~s of color each fall aren't totally h~dy in the High Plains. That's why Ward Upham, horticulturist with Kansas State Uni- versity Research and Extension, rec- ommends taking the:~e ~teps to keep mums coming back~ year alter year. When the plants have fi ni~hed flow- ering, cut their stems back to 2 to 3 inches. Alter the giound heezes, ap- ply a layer of mulch over the ~op of the plant. Don't let the plants completely dry out before spring. If winter doesn't bring enough rain or snow. water occa- sionally when the te|npcrature i.~ above freezing. While you have the I,~se out. water evergreen plants, too. They don't lose their leaves in lall so still need some moisture even when it's cold outside. ~, Was that what it looked like? A objects had the sticking, wet snow at- puffy, popcorn size bit of snow floated tached like a blanket. Temperature on the air toward the earth. Sure weren't all that cold. It just snowed enough, there is another one and over anyway. Luckily, the roads stayed there is another one. Since no snow clear because of the warmth of the was forecast, it was thought to be a earth and traffic from the hunters. freaky touch of weather and one con- To the west there was little to no tinued with other Saturday jobs. accumulation. To the south, no sign of The next scan of the countryside snow. Some fell and melted to the east. found it nearly obliterated by the tiny Mostmoisturestoppedfallingbynight. flakes of snow falling steadily. Grass, From Randall north to the state line, evergreens and bushes were being there was snow and it remained in frosted by whiteness. Other immobile evidence the next morning, .. ,Ir~."~ Dooley K-State on soil judging team ~'~---~ Scott Dooley, a freshman at K-State from Jewell, was a member of the Kansas State University soil judging team which took third place overall in the team Region 5 Soil Judging Con- test. This qualified the team of under- graduate students from the department of agronomy for the national Soil Judg- ing Contest in April, the ninth time in the past 10 years that the K-State team has gone to the nationals. The contest was sponsored by the Agronomy Society of America and Soil Science Society of America. INSTANT INTERNET ACCESS VIA SATELLITE available anywhere Date, time & Iocatio~ TO BE ANNOLJNCED HOW HIRING: Company - OIO- Singles & Teams 800-CFI-DRIVE Learning Quest" is the 529 education savings program brought to you by Kansas State Treasurer, Lynn Jenkins, CPA. American Century" Investments, it offers a way to invest for higher education expenses with the potential for tax benefits. Contact your financial advisor or call 1-866-526-7283 LearningQuest~'~ 529 EDUCATION SAVINGS PROGRAM ~/,,) i ii dm Farmway Credit Union Mankato, Kan. 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