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October 9, 1964

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PAGE FOUR THE SENATOR Friday, October 9, 1964 Gridders mee00 Twin STEVE PREECE drives for yardage in Friday's grid bout with Nampa. The Lions scored a 33-7 victory over the Buldogs. Distance men win meets; 5 Lions place in contest Five has proven to be the ma- gic number for the Borah Lions in their first two cross country meets of the current season. The DALE GOBLE captured first place in the Cross County meet Friday. Bench men, winning both con- tests, have placed five men in the top ten in each meet. The first meet, Sept. 25, end- ed with Borah holding the edge over second place Boise. Boise's Dave Schumaker placed first, while Borah placed 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 to insure the victory. The second meet, Oct. 2, found the Borah group again hold- ing the edge over second-place Boise with a sum of 26 points to Boise's 56. Borah's Dale Goble finished first in the meet with a time of 10:38 over the 2/ mile Ann Morrison Park course. The Lions also placed 3, 6, 7 and 9 in the meet. Borah's JV's scored a decisive victory over a five-team field consisting of Borah, Nampa, Mountain Home, Caldwell and Boise. The Lion squad came out on top with 25 points com- pared with second place Boise's 56. Donnely-McCMI dump,d "A good strong defense and good second half offense", were reasons given by coach Ed Troxel for the 14"-7 Junior Varsity win over the Donnely-McCall team Saturday. Quarterback Lon Troxel pitched to End Dave Sonnenberg for the insuring marker to lead the team to victory. The first Borah score came on a trap play up the middte that netted the Lions 60 yards and a 6-0 lead. Halfback Rich Spits packed the ball on the long run. Sonnenberg booted both extra point attempts for the Bench eleven. Action will be the key word to- night as the Lion gridders jour- ney to Twin Falls to tangle with the Bruins. Both teams have made good showings so far this year and both post undefeated 5-0 re- cords. "Twin Falls is one of the top contenders for the SIC title this year. Borah is its big game, so tile battle will be tough." asserted head coach Ikl Troxel this morn- ing. Leading the Bruin action so far have been quarterback John Astorquia and tailback Scott Strong. Twin runs single-wing Borah won its first conference game of the '64 season Oct. 2 when the Lions overcame a tough first half to top the Nampa Bull- dogs, 33-7. Co-captains elected by the. squad for the Homecoming game were Kirk Charlson, Clyde Coon, Jim Cafferty and Wayne Darling. Steve Preece plunged over in the Borah bests Bombers Borah's varsity gridders stomp- ed over the Richland Bombers 53-0 on the Washington school's field Sept. 25. Richland's eleven, one of Washington's best, was out- downed, outrushed, outpassed and outplayed by the Lion squad. Borah's offense gained 304 yards on the ground, while the Lion defense limited the Bombers to 11 yards rushing. In the air Borah gained 88 yards compared to 12 for Richland. Dave Patterson completed five passes, two of which were touchdown passes, for 72 yards. Steve Preece fired two successful aerials, in cluding, one TD pass, for a total of 16 yards. Leading Borah in the scoring and rushing department was half- back Clyde Coon, tallying three times, once on a 54-yard run. Also scoring one touchdow apiece were Steve Preece, Frank Ru- dolph, Steve Cary, Dave Rolfe and Rick Chauvin. Gary Stivers booted five PATs. this sighs Before or after the game...or for "a tasty snack anytime.., bring your date to McDonald's. It's always a pleasure to dine here. Our Hamburgers--made with 100 pure beef ground fresh daily--are served hot off the grill on toasted bun. Our Shakes are the good old-fashloned kind. Our French Fries--crisp, golden brown and piping hot--you never had 'era so good. Come in today for the tastiest food in town at prices that pleasel look for fho golden archee M0P01181d'9 5IO N. ORCHARD ? first half and Gary Stivers booted the PAT to put the I,ions ahead at halftime 7-0. A fired-up Lion eleven returned to the fiehl the second hail' and fullback Wayne Darling hit pay dirt t)ice for top scoring llonors. Both conversions were completed by Stivers. A Dave Patterson aeriel con- nected with Earle Porter for an- other Borah tally and Dave Rolfe scooted 11 yards for the final TD. Nampa's sole score was made by halfback Jack Martin on a 31- yard run. IN THE SPORT LIGHT !1 squad, holds down the post READY for tonight's action--- Lions Mike Hall and Clyde Coon. by Diana Dumas Attetion all you sport fans planning to attend the Borah- Twin game tonight: If by chance on your way home from Twin you see two worn-out football players clad in number 24 and 72 jerseys trudging west along ttighway 30, please be so kind as to stop and give them a lift. It seems Dave Patterson and Rick Heikkola just can't make connections with the team bus. These two hitchhikers did manage to catch up with the rest of the squad in Pasco, after being left in Richland following a 53-0 win. Five foot 8 inch, 160 pound Clyde Coon leads the Lion scoring with a total of 48 points. This offensive and defensive left half- back, sporting the number 43 jersey, sparks many a vietory for our number one team, as well as holding down the office of Letterman' Club president. New to Borah this year is former Gooding letterman Mike Hall. Number 33, now playing for his third year on a varsity grid  right end and defensive linebacker on the l,ion squad. Mike stands 6'1" and weighs 173 pounds. What's become of last year's champions? Some of them are still in the game. Former Borah gridders Ron hnel, John Skene, Larry llowecton, Tony Stoppello and Bear Smith, all class of '64, are playing for the BJC Broncos this year. The College of Idaho Coyotes gained former '64 stars Dayne Clark, Ron Sproat and Steve Smith. Steve Oliver, '64, is making hi mark at the University of Idaho while Gary Grove has joined the. University of Utah squad. I,'arther east, Warren Hegg is now a Beloit College (Wisconsin) gridder and Tom Stuart also '64, holds a post on the Harvard fresh- man team. For most of us, basketball seems a long way off, but for those 10 players who are already working out every day in the gym, the season is quickly approaching. Seniors Dick Daniels, Jack Smith, Jim Hill, John Thornton, Dick Staggs, Larry Cline, Bryan John: .,on and juniors Gary Freeman, Steve Brewer, and Jay Switger are already working towartl those 12 varsity spots. Be a Borah booster and suppor.. our team tonight, the team tha,,. can't be beat, the team that won't. ' b beat! " l BO's Red Steer Drive Inn Buy a Tacoburger Get a Tacoburger FREE . Expires Oct. 16, 1964 Red Steer .... Drive Inn 5718 Fairview SERVICE RADIO & TV SERVICING ALL Car Radios... Phonographs... Radios... Television Sets... 6401 FAIRVIEW