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Page 10 Section 2 Free Press Thursday, September 27, 2012 CHS cross country continued from page 1 "We think we can give Deer Park a run for their money, but back of the pack but came on we just need to get clicking." over the course of the race to fin- The Blackhawks have a 6ou- ish ninth overall in 17:25.5, with pie opportunities to v/-ork on Jesse Hallstrom and Kameron that this week, hosting Pull- Galm wrapping up Cheney's man in the second league meet scoring in 12th and 13th at Wednesday, Sept. 28.TheGrey- 17:38.6 and 17:45.5. Steaven hound girls, led by Pamela Zachman was 15th in 18;15.2, Henderson, opened with wins enabling the lBlackhawks to over West Valley and Clarkston match the Stags with six runners while the boys :are 1-1; losing in the top 15, while East Valley to the Eagles but defeating the managed just three. Bantams in home league action Overall the physical per- last Week. formances were there for both "The Blackhawks travel Sat- Cheney teams. Where Martin urday, SepL 29 to Yakima's sees room for improvement Franklin Park for the Sunfair is in coordinating their racing Invitational, one of 89 teams strategy, from the Pacific Northwest and "I'm proud of the individual Canada. efforts, we've just got to put John McCallum can be reached at together a team effort," he said. jmac@cheney.freepress.com. continued from page 1 25-yard catch and run. The Car- dinals made it 14 points in just 2 minutes, 39 seconds when Steven Velasquez made up for his fum- ble on the first series by dashing ing back at [he slow start. "We eight yards for a touchdown with just kept putting ourselves in the 2:18 to play in the half. wrong down and distance." And just when the Rams(I-I, Riverside opened the second 1-3) didn't need to see Farmen on half driving as deep as the Medi- ',We just kept getting great play after great conversion try giving Medical Lake a shot at another TD in the play on defense," closing two minuteS. Jackson- Medical Lake head coach Wes Hobbs Tappero reeled off a long 35-yard the field, there he was again pick- cal Lake 20 - surviving Farmen's ing up his third interception of trap on what would have been the half with 30 .seconds to play. his fourth pick. On Medical Lake's next touch of "We just kept getting great theball Hansen ran down the play after great play On de- left sideline for 34 yards and the fense," Hobbs said, pointing to Cards' third score in less than five Farmen's career night. minutes. Paulson's pass to Kasey The Rams' second possession Kelly made it a 22-0 game. of the half did end in a turnover Not Content to just do the as Velasquez pounded on a kneel-down drill in the final 19 loose bail with 3:53 remaining seconds of a disaster-filled quar- in the third quarter and three ter, Riverside's replacement quar- plays later Micah Tappero was terback Sam Zanoni launched gone 56 yards for a touchdown. his pass right into the-arms of Following the Cards' first suc- Harrison Cochran for the fourth cessful kick for an extra point by interception of the half. Hansen, Medical Lake enjoyed "We were making it difficult a 29-0 lead with 2:28 to play in on ourselves," Hobbs said lookJ the third. run in the final two minutes but It took Riverside just 14 sec- was tripped up at the six on a onds to score their first touch- shoestring tackle by Randy Gor- down on Jacob Collins' 67-yard don. Freshman quarterback Cory run, cutting ML's lead to 29-6. Wagner and the Cards let the But the Cardinals would mount clock.run out after that. a huge clock-draining drive Micah Tappero had 24 car- that would eat up nearly seven ries for 161 yards and a pair of minutes, span into the fourth touchdowns. Hansen also scored quarter and end with Tappero's twice and added 80 yards on nine Second touchdown of the game carries. Medical Lake dominated with 7:07 remaining to up the time of possession by a 30:02 to lead to 36,6. 17:58 margin. Dylan Rushfeldt knocked "Thepriceofriceisgoingup," away a fourth-down Rams' pass Hobbs said referring to Friday turning the'ball back over on the night's 7 p.m. game at Lakeside Riverside 30 with 5:43 to play. where the Cards were crushed Medical Lake waSable to insert 35-7 in their 2011 meeting. That the No. 2's, which were quite ef- contestwas decided early by three fective as evidenced by Jackson turnovers, each leading to Eagles Tappero's 6-yard touchdown scores. "We're certainly goingup run with 3:52 left in the game. there with a different mindset," Riverside would surrender Hobbs said. the ball back to Medical Lake ' Paul Delaney can~ be reached at after another failed fourth-down pdelaney@cheneyfreepress.com. Photo by John McCallum Senior Anika Kuua keeps her focus and stays ahead of an East Valley runner Wednesday. continued from page 1 won the national title in 2010, and have been to the playoffs Collectively, the two teamsin 1985, !992, 1997, 2004, 2005, have won a trio of NCAA Divi- 2007, 2009 and 2010. The Griz- sion I football titles, and have zlies, however, have been to the made 31 total appearances in the playoffs a FCS record 23 times, NCAA Football Championship with national titles in 1995 and Subdivision playoffs. Eastern 2001. EWU football continued from page.~l" ......... Grant Wi'lliams added eight. - - junior, cornerback T.J: Lee also The game was a match-up of . had eight tackles, a pass broken former coordinators at EWU?as Up and had a forced fumble on a Baldwin and Jody Sears matched sack that he also recovered, which wits against one another on the led tO Pavel's first field goalof the football field for four seasons ~om ,game: 2003-06. "Our defense came out, we Linebacker Ronnie Hamlin, gave our best effort,, Lee said. "We a junior, led the Eagles with 11 capitalized on a lot of plays, espe- tackles and senior linebacker cially at the end of the game:" This auto insurance program is underwritten by Hartford Fire Insurance Company and its affiliates, One Hartford Plaza, Hartford, CT 06155; CA License #5152. In Washington, the auto program is underwritten by Hartford Insurance Company of the Midwest. In Michigan, the auto program is underwritten by Hartford Underwriters Insurance Company. 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