Casa Grande Dispatch

October 22, 1990

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Casa Grande Dispatch (Newspaper) - October 22, 1990, Casa Grande, Arizona 10 Casa Grande Ariz DISPATCH Monday October 22 1990 Montana Thrashes TurnoverPlagued Lumberjacks MISSOULA Mont AP The Montana offense appeared to be the overwhelming factor after the Grizzlies defeated Northern Ari zona 4814 but coach Don Read gave the credit to the defense The defense was the story to Read said after the game here Saturday It was really a solid defensive effort I dont feel this year weve had as many big plays as in past years but last weeks and this weeks are helping We didnt have a lot of sacks but we were around the he added The Grizzlies forced seven turn overs including five intercep tions and scored after four of them while improving to 22 in the Big Sky Conference and 52 over all Montana is ranked 17th among NCAA Division IAA schools The Lumberjacks fell to 24 and 34 and Northern Arizona coach Steve Axman bemoaned his teams turnovers I thought we might have a chance as long as we didnt do ex actly what we he said If we didnt make the mistakes we could have had a chance to be in it but that wasnt the story today One thing we couldnt do is get in a scoring match with Mon he added It took us out of the game Senior kicker Kirk Duce ac counted for 12 points on a pair of Football Giants 20 Cardinals 19 Phoenix 376 NY Giants 730 First Quarter NY 4 run Bahr Del Greco 39 Second Quarter NY Bahr 34 1 pass Ifom Rosenbach Del Grace Third Quarter Del Greco 18 Del Greco 34 Fourth Quarter Del Greco 45 NY 38 pass from Hosteller Bahr NY Bahr 40 A Cardinals 14 35125 96 40 11200 26 646 10 530 18 31157 164 66 13251 526 352 41 424 First downs Rushesyards Passing Return Yards CompAttlnl SackedYards Lost Punts FumblesLost PenaltiesYards Time of Possession INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 30108 Rosen bach 413 Proenl 14 New York Anderson 1188 Meggett 426 Hosteller 623 Tillman 48 Ingram 14 Carlhon 34 Rouson 13 Hampton 11 PASSING Rosenbach 11200102 New York Simms 24010 Hosteller 11211180 Green 322 Proehl 233 Flagler 223 Reeves 110 17 Jordan 1 6 Sfiarpe 11 New York Baker 365 Meggelt 334 Ingram 237 Bavaro 231 Manuel 118 Cross 17 Anderson National Football NATIONAL L PF PA 150 86 134 82 90 135 79 141 130 132 1 142 75 Tampa 147 141 141 169 Green 103 146 5 140 135 San 154 101 161 183 LA 164 173 New 105 133 AMERICAN L PF PA 1 160 126 1 125 83 98 135 134 178 New 5 90 169 154 153 169 135 109 128 98 139 LA 1 147 99 Kansas 167 114 168 178 144 135 San 123 132 Thursdays Game Miami 17 New England 10 Sundays Games New York Giants 20 Phoenix 19 Dallas 17 Tampa Bay 13 Denver 27 Indianapolis 17 Houston 23 New Orleans 10 Buffalo 30 New York Jets 27 Washington 13 Philadelphia 7 Los Angeles Rams 44 Atlanta 24 Seattle 19 Kansas City 7 San Francisco 27 Pittsburgh 7 Los Angeles Raiders 24 San Diego 9 OPEN DATES Chicago Detroit Green Bay Minnesota Mondays Game Cincinnati at Cleveland 6 Sunday Oct 28 Chicago at Phoenix 1 Buffalo at New England 10 Detroit at New Orleans 10 Miami at Indianapolis 10 Minnesota vs Green Bay at Milwaukee 10 New York Jets at Houston 10 Philadelphia at Dallas 10 Cleveland at San Francisco 1 Tampa Bay al San Diego 1 Washington al New York Giants 1 Cincinnati at Atlanta 5 OPEN DATES Denver Los Angeles Raiders Kansas City Seattle Monday Oct 29 Los Angeles Rams al Pittsburgh 6 NFL Today SCOREBOARD Cincinnati Bengals 42 at Cleveland Browns 2 The Bengals play Ihelr fourth of live consecu tive road games and hope to repeat their perfor mance in Cleveland last season a 210 victory Cincinnati also might have fullback Ickey Woods in the lineup he has not played since the sec ond game last season when he tore up his knee After leading the league in rushing last year Cin cinnati has slipped to 18th overall Clevelands rushing olfense ranks nexttolast in the NFL and the Browns are 25th overall Their main troubles are in the offensive line with Ber nie Kosar being sacked 17 times The Browns also have allowed four blocked punts STATS Eric Dickerson Colts playing his first game since December after a contract dispute had 55 yards and passed Simpsons total to take place on the alltime rushing list with yards Henry Eltard Rams became the teams all time reception yardage leader with passing Elroy Hirsch who had Ellard had six catches for 109 yards in a 4424 victory against Atlanta Johnny Meads interception in the second quarter for Houston was the first ol the lineback ers sevenyear pro career He also was credited with forcing three fumbles gelling sacks plus nine tackles and five assists SUBSTITUTE SENSATIONS Malt Bahr Giants taking over for injured placekicker Raul Allegre made a 40yard field goal as the game ended for a 2019 victory over Phoenix In the same game Jefl Hosteller re placed Injured Phil Slmms and was 11 for 21 for 180 yards and one touchdown In sparking the rally Dexter Carter 49ers replacing Roger Craig In the backfield carried 17 times for 90 yards and caught seven passes for 67 yards in a 277 decision over Pittsburgh STEALS Kevin Ross had two of Kansas Citys four Inter ceptions of Dave Krlerj Isslac Holt picked off two from finny Testaverde reluming one 64 yards for a score SLOPPY Jeff Crlswell Jets afouryear veteran tackle was penalized four times for falsa starts and once for holding against Bruce Smith The Falcons were plagued by mistakes Including 10 penalties for 63 yards Chip Lohmillor missed four field gpala or Washington end Roger Ruzek was wide on two attempts for the Eagles Fortunately for the Redskins Lohmlller also hit two others the difference In a 137 win STABS Jim Kelly Bills was 19 for 32 for 297 yards and four scores Including the winning TO to Ja mie Mueller with 19 seconds left Andre Reed caught eight passes for 116 yards and Bruce Smith got nine tackles and two sacks In a 3027 win over the Jets Jessie Hester Colts had eight receptions for 152 yards and one touchdown in a 2717 loss to Denver Mark Carrier Bucs caught six passes for 113 yards his first 100yard game of the season In 1989 he led the NFL with nine 100yard games Ken Harvey Cardinals had nine tackles three assists and three sacks against the Giants Teammate Johnny Johnson rushed for 108 yards on 30 carries Cleveland Gary flams ran 19 times for 102 yards supporting Jim Everetts 24for38 perfor mance for 302 yards and three IDs Andre Rison Falcons had five receptions lor 161 yards SHARP START Denvers Blake Ezor making his NFL debut in place ol Bobby Humphrey rushed for 82 yards on 19 carries SIDELINED Phil Simms Glanls sprained his left ankle in the first quarter and did not return against the Cardinals Vlnny Testaverde Bucs who has been both ered by turf loe led Ihe game wilh Dallas in the fourth quarter wilh a sore toe Bobby Humphrey Broncos leading the NFL in rushing entering Ihe game at Indianapolis rein jured his right ankle He missed last weeks game wilh Ihe same problem Tony Zendejas Oilers broke his left leg on the klckoff after making a field goal in Houstons 2310 win over New Orleans Thurman Thomas Bills left early in a 3027 win over the Jets with a bruised knee John Taylor 49ers bruised his a knee in the first quarter and didnt return againsl Pittsburgh SACKED Ken Harvey had three ol five sacks for Phoenix against the Giants The Rams got to Atlantas quarterbacks four times Washington dumped Randall Cunningham five times in a 137 victory led by Tim Johnson wilh two Sean Jones had two of Houstons four sacks ol Steve Walsh Dallas recorded six sacks two by Danny Noonan and two by Tony Tolberl in a 1713 win over Tampa Bay STREAKS The 49ers have gone 200 games since being shut out In 1977 Atlanta did it 70 on Ocl 9 Art Monk Redskins caught three passes for 62 yards giving hlrri at least one reception in 106 straight games Monk moved ahead of Danny Abramowicz for the fourthlongest streak in NFL history Al Toon Jets now has made recep tions in 69 straight games Drew Hill Oilers stretched his consecutive game catch streak to 51 while Eric Martin Saints made it 47 straight New Orleans record 13game winning streak against AFC teams ended in its 2310 defeat at Houston The Saints last lost to an American Con ference team in 1986 3127 to Miami Morten Andersen Saints had a field goal and conversion and has scored in 100 consecu tive games Steve Christies string of 11 consecutive field goals for Tampa Bay ended when he missed a 37yarder in the first quarter STINGY Seattle held Christian Okoye last years NFL rushing champion to 31 yards on 11 carries and Barry Word who set a Kansas City singlegame rushing record with 200 yards last week o 35 yards on seven rushes in a 197 win SWINGS John Carney has made all six of his fieldgoal attempts after being signed as a free agent by San Diego three weeks ago to replace Fuad Re veiz who made only two of seven tries But the Chargers lost 249 SPEAKING I felt we were the better team We didnl win the game but if you go into the other locker room Ill bet there is a lot of respect for this Cardinals tackle Luis Sharpe on his teams last second loss to New York Its appropriate thai Ihe sewers backed up and were standing in Falcons coach Jerry Glanville on his teams performance and on the state of the Falcons locker room at Anaheim Stadium which had three inches of standing wa ter because of clogged plumbing Arizona 35 Southern Cal 26 Arizona 0 7 14 Southern Cal 7 10 0 30 run Rodriguez kick Rodriguez 48 48 pass from Malauulu Coston kick 25 Interception return Rodriguez kick 5 run Coston kick 19 run Coston kick 1 run Coston kick Rodriguez 25 7 run Coslon kick 21 pass from Marinovich pass failed First downs Rushesyards Passing Return Yards CompAltlnl Punts FumblesLost PenaltiesYards Time of Possession UA 16 53252 100 111 6191 536 10 765 USC 20 35182 174 30 18353 542 21 545 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Lovett 752 McGIII 1351 Veal 1448 Southern Cal Lockwood 16124 Roys ter 1355 Spears 14 Malauulu 415169 Veal 2 4031 Southern Cal Marinovich 18353174 Loved 26 Bates 148 Vaughn 132 Southern Cal Wellman 556 Jack son 552 Lockwood 437 Oregon 27 Arizona State 7 Arizona St 700 7 Oregon 0 3 18 3 run Richey kick McCallum 44 McCallum 30 86 punt return Reilzug pass from Musgrave 25 pass from Musgrave McCallum kick 81 interception return pass failed First downs Rushesyards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbleslosl Penaltiesyards Time of possession ASU 17 4782 178 9 16313 939 00 538 Oregon 15 33100 189 231 16291 541 21 335 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Russell 2382 Fisher 1451 Montgomery 12 Powers 9mlnus 53 Ore gon Burwell 2366 Kelemenl 527 Shedrick 314 Musgrave 2mlnus 7 Powers 16313 178 Or egon Musgrave 16281 189 Okken 010 0 Cahoon 571 Fisher 426 Mcfleynolds 334 Montgomery 215 Russell 129 Snyder 13 Oregon Thomason 458 Kele menl 443 Burwell 430 Reltzug 247 McClellan 1 6 Jones 15 Montini S Northern Arizona 14 N Arizona 0 7 0 Montana 14 14 10 3 run Duce kick 1 run Duce kick 5 pasu from Bennett Duce kick 3 pass from Bonds Black kick 1 run Duce kick Duce 44 5 run Duce kick Duce 27 8 pass from Bonds Black kick 19 pass from Lebo Duce kick First downs Rushesyards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbleslost Penaltiesyards Time of possession NAU Mont 20 34112 192 21 16545 639 22 761 16 37113 293 68 31470 833 31 10104 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Arizona Robinson 1356 McKin zie 1125 Montana Barrel 355 Gillie 924 Mon ostime 1121 Arizona Bonds 14434164 Scott 110133 Belden Montana Bennett 26 350236 Lebo 512057 Arizona johnson 7102 She drick 442 Alexander 242 Montana Trevathan 9 106 Whitney 752 Cabunock 542 The AP College Top 25 How Ihe top 25 learns in The Associated Press college football poll fared Saturday 1 Virginia 70 beat Wake Forest 4914 Nexl vs No 11 Georgia Tech Nov 3 2 Miami Fla 42 lost to No 6 Notre Dame 29 20 Nexl al Texas Tech Saturday 3 Tennessee 412 lost to Alabama 96 Next vs Temple Nov 3 4 Nebraska beat Oklahoma State 313 Next al Iowa State Saturday 5 Auburn 501 beat No 7 Florida Stale 2017 Next at Mississippi Stale Saturday 6 Notre Dame 51 beat No 2 Miami Fla 29 20 Next al Pittsburgh Saturday 7 Florida Stale 42 lost to No 5 Auburn 2017 vs Louisiana State Saturday 8 Illinois 51 beat No 24 Michigan State 15 13 Nexl at Wisconsin Saturday 9 Houston 60 beat Southern Melhodist 44 17 Nexl vs Arkansas Saturday 10 Michigan 33 lost to No 23 Iowa 2423 Nexl at No 20 Indiana Saturday 11 Georgia Tech 501 tied Norlh Carolina 13 13 Next vs Duke Saturday 12 Brigham Young 51 did not play Next vs New Mexico Saturday 13 Washington 61 beat Stanford 5216 Nexl vs California Saturday 14 Colorado 611 beat Kansas 4110 Next vs No 16 Oklahoma Saturday 15 Southern Cal 52 lost to Arizona 3526 Nexl al Arizona Slate Saturday 16 Oklahoma 52 lost to Iowa State 3331 Next at No 14 Colorado Saturday 17 Florida 61 beat Akron 590 Next vs No 5 Auburn Nov 3 18 Mississippi 61 beat Arkansas State 4213 Nexl al Vanderbilt Saturday 19 Texas 41 beat Arkansas 4917 Nexl at Southern Methodist Saturday 20 Indiana 411 lost to Minnesota 120 Next vs No 10 Michigan Saturday 21 Wyoming 80 beat Weber State 2112 Nexl al TexasEl Paso Saturday 22 Clemson 62 beat North Carolina State 24 17 Next at Wake Forest Salurday 23 Iowa 51 beat No 10 Michigan 2423 Next vs Northwestern Saturday 24 Michigan Stale 231 lost to No 8 Illinois 1513 Nexl vs Purdue Saturday 25 Texas ASM 421 lied Baylor 2020 Rice Saturday Saturdays College Scores WEST Arizona 35 Southern Cal 26 Oregon 27 Arizona St 7 Montana 48 N Arizona 14 California 38 UCLA 31 Colorado St 47 New Mexico 7 Fresno St 28 Long Beach 16 Hawaii 45 Fullerton St 21 Idaho 51 E Washington 28 Idaho SI 23 Montana St 19 Nevada 26 UNLV 14 Pacific U 62 New Mexico St 24 San Jose St 34 Utah St 27 Utah 37 TexasEl Paso 23 Washington 52 Stanford 16 Washington St 55 Oregon St 24 Wyoming 21 Weber St 12 MIDWEST Bowling Green 25 E Michigan 15 Cent Michigan 13 Toledo 12 Colorado 41 Kansas 10 E Illinois 14 S Illinois 3 Illinois 15 Michigan St 13 Indiana SL 33 N Iowa 23 Iowa 24 Michigan 23 Kent St 44 Ohio U 15 Minnesota 12 Indiana 0 Missouri 31 Kansas St 10 N Illinois 49 Murray SI 7 Nebraska 31 Oklahoma SI 3 Northwestern 44 Wisconsin 34 Noire Dame 29 Miami Fla 20 Ohio St 42 Purdue 2 Portland SI 30 W Illinois 27 SW Missouri St 45 Illinois SI 30 W Michigan 14 Ball St 13 SOUTHWEST Houston 44 Southern Meth 17 Iowa St 33 Oklahoma 31 McNeese St 16 North Texas 14 Miss Valley St 24 Texas Southern 21 Rice 42 Texas Tech 21 SW Louisiana 25 Tulsa 13 Sam Houston St 23 Stephen F Austin 3 Texas 49 Arkansas 17 Texas 20 Baylor 20 tie SOUTH Alabama 9 Tennessee 6 Albany Ga 36 BethuneCookman 6 Alcorn SI 24 Southern U 14 Appalachian St 27 W Carolina 9 Auburn 20 Florida St 17 Citadel 38 South Carolina 35 Clemson 24 N Carolina St 17 Delaware St 28 Morgan St 7 E Kentucky 55 Tennessee St 17 E Tennessee St 37 Valdosla SI 22 East Carolina 56 Cincinnati 32 Florida 59 Akron 0 Florida 37 S Carolina St 17 Georgia 39 Vanderbilt 28 Georgia Southern 38 Cent Florida 17 Georgia Tech 13 North Carolina 13 lie Jackson SI 29 Grambling St 19 LSU 30 Kentucky 20 Maryland 23 Duke 20 Middle Tenn 56 Austin Peay 7 Mississippi 42 Arkansas St 13 Mississippi St 38 Tulane 17 N Carolina AST 33 Howard U 12 NE Louisiana 27 Nlcholls St 20 S Mississippi 23 Memphis Sf 7 SW Texas St 21 NW Louisiana 12 Samford 25 Morehead St 22 29 Marshall 23 VMI 66 W Virginia Tech 27 Virginia 49 Wake Forest 14 William Mary 45 Bucknell 17 Youngslown St 31 James Madison 15 EAST Army 56 Lafayette 0 Boston U 15 Rhode Island 13 Brown 24 Penn 17 Colgate 31 Fordham 7 Connecticut 35 Maine 20 Dartmouth 11 Cornell 6 Harvard 23 Princeton 20 Holy Cross 34 Lehlgh 22 Liberty 30 Towson Si 10 Louisville 27 Pittsburgh 20 Massachusetts 17 Delaware 3 New Hampshire 59 Northeastern 7 Penn St 40 Boston College 21 Syracuse 42 Rutgers 0 Temple 31 Virginia Tech 28 Yalo 31 Columbia 7 field goals and six extra points in the game which saw Montana built a 287 halftime lead In the half wide receiver Bill Cockhill scored on a 3yard run backs Marc Monestime and Rick Gillie each scored from 1 yard out and Grady Bennett threw 5 yards to Tony Goulet Gillie added a 5yard scoring run in the third quarter and re serve quarterback Brad Lebo con nected with Cockhill on a 19yard touchdown in the fourth quarter Duce added field goals of 44 and 27 yards in the second half Hes good under Read said of Duce It doesnt bother him I couldnt say enough good things about NAU scored in the second quar ter when quarterback John Bonds hit flanker Hendricks Johnson with a 3yard scoring pass Bonds also connected with La mont Shedrick on att 8yard TD pass in the fourth period With 14 seconds to go in the first half Goulet intercepted a Bonds pass at the Grizzly 20yard line Montana then held on to the ball as time ran out to preserve its mo mentum heading into the second half If we had scored again before the halftime least it would have made it more competitive and put us in the running to come said Axman Montana connected on 31 of 47 passes for 293 yards with Bennett hitting 26 of 35 for 236 yards and Lebo 5 of 12 for 57 yards NAU suffered five interceptions in completing just 16 of 54 at tempts for 192 yards Bonds hit 14 of 43 attempts with four intercep tions for 164 yards Backup quar terback Brad Scott completed only 1 of 10 attempts with one in terception for 33 yards Local Sports Calendar Suns Subdue Warriors Improve Record to 40 EL PASO Texas AP The Phoenix Suns are halfway through their NBA preseason schedule and coach Cotton Fitzsimmons couldnt be happier Tom Chambers led five Phoenix players in double figures with 26 points as the Suns beat the Golden Roadrunners Edge Blades KANSAS CITY Mo AP Jeff Rohlicek had two goals while Chris Kontos Mickey Volcan and Daryn McBride all scored in the second period as the Phoenix Roadrunners beat the expansion Kansas City Blades 54 in Interna tional Hockey League action Saturday nights victory snapped a fourgame losing streak for Phoenix which lost 62 at Fort Wayne on Friday night The loss kept Kansas City win less at 050 Kontos powerplay goal into the second period forged a 22 tie before Volcan scored an unas sisted shorthanded goal at the mark while the Roadrunners had two players in the penalty State Warriors 128124 here Satur day night The victory pushed Phoenixs preseason record to 40 with four games remaining It was especially noteworthy since the Suns had four players out of the lineup AllStar guard Kevin Johnson sprained right forward Eddie Johnson strained right rookie guard Negele Knight pulled left ham string and backup center Andrew Lang stress fracture in left We havent had our team yet but were Fitzsimmons said We just played our game I thought we played well in the first and third Jeff Hornacek added 23 points Kenny Battle 21 Dan Majerle 20 and Mark West 18 for Phoenix Golden States Chris Mullen led all scorers with 28 points Tim Hardaway had 22 Mitch Rich mond 21 and Sarunas Marciulionis 17 for the Warriors 22 while Hardaway also had 10 assists and seven steals The Suns held off a late rally after leading 10890 entering the fourth quarters Golden State trailed 122112 with to play when they went on an 80 run led fay Mullens two bas kets But Chambers responded with a layup and the Warriors could get no closer TUESDAY High school golf Casa Grande versus Cactus and Independence Francisco Grande 3 High school swimming Casa Grande boys and girls at Arcadia 4 High school volleyball Casa Grande versus Glendale Cougar Gym 6 WEDNESDAY High school cross country Casa Grande versus Coronado Sinigua Prescott and Independence at El Dorado Park Scottsadale 4 Junior college volleyball Central Arizona versus Eastern Arizona George Young Activity Center 7 THURSDAY High school volleyball Casa Grande versus Apache Junction Cougar Gym 6 FRIDAY Junior college cross country Cen tral Arizona versus South Moun tain and Northland Pioneer at South Mountain 3 Junior college volleyball Central Arizona versus Arizona Western George Young Activity Center 7 High school football Casa Grande at Tempe Coolidge at San Ma nuel Hayden at Florence Queen Creek at Santa Cruz Seton at Maricopa All games begin at SATURDAY Junior college volleyball Central Arizona versus Glendale George Young Activity Center 2 AMERICAN FENCE CO LANDSCAPERS DELIGHT Railroad Ties 85 and up Sat 812 44 N Brown 8369205 McBride made it with left in the period and Rohlicek got his second goal into the third period Kansas City closed to 54 on powerplay goals by Lee Giffin with to play and Ron Handy with left Rohlicek opened the scoring into the game before the Blades took a 21 lead on Jim La tos powerplay goal at the mark and Mark Hiltners power play tally into the second period David Goverde made 23 saves for Phoenix while former Road runners goalie Randy Exelby stopped 22 shots for Kansas City Miss Your Dispatch When unable to reach your carrier salesman because of nondelivery Call 8367461 Weekdays Coll before 7 For Saturday Dispatch Call before 10 Kawasaki LCI thegoodlimnroll Fill Your Gas Tank For Under NO MONEY DOWN Sale Price S2795 Payment includes license tax freight set up DOC interest EN450A6 Sat 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