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,,, , Friday, Nov. 17, 1978 Page 6 The Borah Senator r Boise! Idaho 83705 , Team goes 10-0 by Bob Strauser After ,months of long strenuous practices, luncheon meetings and watching films on opposing teams, the varsity football team has, once again, claimed the Southern Idaho Conference foot- ball championship. Masterminded by Coach Dee Pankratz, Borah has come from an average team with a 5-5 record last season inlo a championship ball club with an undefeated sea- son. "'It takes a damn good team to go undefeated," said Pankratz. "'People have claimed thal this is the best ball club to ever come oul of Borah. I couldn't agree more. ' ' BEFORE TIlE Lions were crowned as kings of the SIC, they had first to overcome their cross- town rivals, the Boise Braves. It was a chilly Veterans Day afternoon with temperatures reaching as low as 25 . An esti- mated 6,900 fans had gathered to watch the annual game. To beat Boise wasn't an easy task. The Braves" explosive of- fensive backfield composed of AI Bowens, Fabe Dilulo and quar- terback Rich Panzeri, gave Borah more than enough to handle. Also, Borah's offense, which has outscored opponents a total of 410 to 7(1. found it hard to make Borah revenge: Lions statechamps yardage against an aggressive and strong defensive squad with key players Fabe and Angelo Di- Lulo, Song Pak and Randy Rex- road. ONLY A comeback during the second hall" helped the Lions manage to win with what was a nail-biting score for Borah fans --21-19. In the :;econd quarter Boise's Panzeri threw a 23 yard pass to tight end Carl Keever. One play later, Fabe Dilulo ran 19 yards to give the Braves their first touchdown. Scott Moore's PAT brought the score to 7-0. Later, in the second quarter, a Kyle Blickenstaff pass was inter- cepted by Pat Corbett, putting the Braves on the Borah 19. Several plays later DiLulo scored on a one yard run. A wide kick by Moore gave Boise a 13-0 lead. IN TIlE following series of plays, Randy Holmes took a pitch out from Blickenstaff and threw a 32 yard pass to Jake Jacoby which put Borah on Boise's eight. Pat Inglis followed key blockers Holmes and Darren Corpus on the next play It) score. Dwight Anderson's conver- sion made it 13-7 at the end of the first hall. Shortly after the second half began Panzeri fumbled and Alan Stops Dan Cambron (24) and Doug Adams (23) converge on Boise's quarterback Rich Panzerl (14). him TheBeln)Lions went on to win the game 21-19 and claim the SIC championship. (photo by Bob yards down the field for another Boise score. An excellent defen- sive effort from Borah stopped Boise short o.ne yard from tying the Lions. In earlier action, Nov. 4, the Lions took a 3(-6 win over the Boise 29. A quick sweep around end and Holmes came up with a second TD for the Lions. Anderson's PAT gave the Lions a one point lead. ""Fhe penalties and fumbles hurt us," said Boise runningback with Borah and you're going to pay for it." Minutes later Corpus crashed through for four yards to score. Anderson's kick put Borah in the lead 21-13. In the fourth quarter Bowens Yon Krosigk recovered on the Bowcns. "'You make a mistake broke a tackle and zipped 52 Meridian Warriors. Football bus - an unusual journey c n e ;/lr;ca ;i! ay. the foolish ones - t;\\; [,sleep. They soon ]e;,Ull, [h)t?]l [hal lit) one is lllllnUlle I() I!lt :,i(] spray of a squirt tlll I11 the 'qll;lI ol'a blob of green slinlc Oll Ihc nose. A linebackm suddtmly decides Ihat the CCIII'.'I" ncetls Io be awakened and a[ot, d "Ouch!" fills the bus. And so it goes. Finally the buses arrive at Borah. Sixty pasty-eyed, grimy I the! on the bus taking them to the players grab their equipment and Jake Jacoby (81) Jumps high for a pass as Boise's defensive back Ed Johnson (47) makes the tackle. (photo by Terri Pal- file) onlookers have died away in Ihc distance, everyone settles down for the trip. SOME PLAYERS curl up with a pillow, some with a book. MEN- WOMEN It i Enlist now. Go Later. It's called the Delayed Entry Program, and it's the best way to get what you want out of the Army. The best way to get the skill training you want. The best way to serve where you want to serve. If you qualify, you sign up now.. Then sit back and relax, waiting up to 365 days for the training you really want -- whether it's in medicine, law enforcement, personnel, Or whatever. Enlisting now and going later also lets you pick Hawaii, Korea, Alaska, the Canal Zone, Europe or almost anyplace in the continental U.S.A. to serve your country. While you're counting the days, you can let your hair grow, lie on the beach, play your records, kiss that special person good-bye. The Delayed Entry Program. It gives you time to do a lot of planning. . . Call Army Opportunmes SGT. LES FICHTER 4696 (3Werland Rd.  Boise, Idaho 83705 Call: 385-1710 Join the people who ve joined the Army. becomes even more difficult to fl)llow when a member of the drill, team, Pep Club or Flag Corps presents a player with a "loving- ly prepared" box lunch. The genie. Soda pop, corn chips and candy bars emerge from lunches. Laughter erupts occasionally as someone recounts a game experi- sleepily stumt)le to their cars to drive home where they know a warm bed, dreams of past vic- tories and future conquests await them. We Like Borah, i And We Have What You Want! Shopping Center I