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SPORTS/2 pages Prep Football Playoff Scores, Standings Note: Harlan Newspaper predictions are in capital leuers. PLAYOFF FINALS (at UNI-Dome) CLASS 3A Friday, Nov. 10, 7 p.m. Decorah (11-0) vs HARLAN COMM. (11-0) CLASS 2A Saturday, Nov. 11, 2 p.m. EMMErSBURG (10-1) vs Mt. Vernon (11-0) CLASS IA Saturday, Nov. 11, 11 a.m. WEST BRANCH (% 1) vs Logan-Magnolia (11-0) CLASS A Friday, Nov. 10, 4 p.m. North Mahaska (10-1) vs LAURENS- MARATHON (10-1) *lk* PLAYOFF SEMIFINALS CLASS 4A Saturday, Nov. 11, 1:30 p.m. SC HEELAN (9-2) at Ankeny (9-1) Lima-Mar (10-1) at BETrENDORF (11-0) PLAYOFF RESULTS CLASS 3A First Round Cherokee 34, LeMars 0 Spencer 21, Humboldt 0 Chariton 33, Norwalk 21 Harlan Community 34, Denison 14 Decorah 57, Osage 7 New Hampton 21, Waverly-Shell Rock 7 Cedar Rapids Regis 27, Oskaloosa 20 Mt. Pleasant 33, Fort Madison 0 Quarterfinals Cedar Rapids Regis 13, Mt. Pleasant 7 Decorah 36, New Hampton 21 Harlan Community 45, Chariton 13 Spencer 21, Cherokee 20 Semifinals Decorah 31, Cedar Rapids Regis 14 Harlan Community 21, Spencer 14 CLASS 2A First Round West Lyon 28, Central Lyon 0 Emmetsburg 42, South O'Brien 14 Audubon 27, Ballard (Huxley) 6 Griswold 30, CB St. Albert 16 Maquoketa Valley 32, Wapsie Valley 27 West Marshall 28, St. Ansgar 24 Mount Vernon 49, Center Point 0 Wapello 9, West Liberty 6 (ot) Quarterfinals Audubon 7, Griswold 0 Emmetsburg 36, West Lyon 30 Mt. Vernon 35, Wapello 8 West Marshall 42, Maquoketa Valley 6 Semifinals Emmelsburg 47, Audubon 6 Mount Vernon 28, West Marshall 0 CLASS IA First Round Sioux Center 14, Himon 6 Wall Lake View-Auburn 12, Maple Valley 6 Logan-Magnolia 40, Smart-Menlo 6 Southeast Warren 6, Wayne (Corydon) 0 ast Buchanan 14, Parkersbuzg 0 BCL-UW (Conrad) 15, South Hamilton 0 Montezuma 21, Iowa Valley 20 West Branch 34, New London 10 Quarterfinals East Buchanan 20, BCL-UW (Conrad) 8 Logan-Magnolia 14, Southeast Warren 13 Sioux Center 40, Wall Lake View-Auburn 8 West Branch 12, Montezuma 3 Semifinals Logan-Magnolia 26, Sioux Center 8 West Branch 42, East Buchanan 7 *** CLASS A First Round East Greene 22, Twin River Valley 19 Laurens-Marathon 28, Mallard 21 Nishna Valley (Hastings) 25, Treynor 10 Villisca 43, Hamburg 18 Acldey-Geneva 21, Colo-NESCO 0 Mason City Newman 13, West Central 12 North Mahaska 35, Moravia 8 Preston 10, Winfield-Mt. Union 0 Quarterfinals Acidey-Geneva 7, Mason City Newman 0 Laurens-Marathon 37, East Greene 0 Nishna Valley (Hastings) 51, Villisca 0 North Mahaska 17, Preston 0 Semifinals Lanrens-Marathon 13, Nislma Valley 10 North Mahaska 7, Ackley-Geneva 0 To New Subscribers: Clip This Coupon ,cloo Save... Jacobsen and have come a long ................................................. sen. "I just wanted to play here liiii iiii a senior. I'm glad we !iiiiiiiiiiiiiilii!li!iiii!iiiiIiliiii made us a better team. along." class ate: setter than a hitter. One can imagine that This year's senior le, she wasn't all that excited about making Tennant has waited a long whi the change from the more glamorous job of opportunity to pay off a few de' hitting, their younger years. But no .wi/ "Schleis told me I had to be a setter," bigger than those against Tri-Ce 1 7-1 softball victory was especially said Jacobsen. "My favorite thing is hit- itwasJacobsen'sfirstovertheTr°j# I! ting.Atfirstldidn'tknowwhatlwasdoing despite five years as a starter. . but I figured it out. It was a lot better than "Tri-C, enter is the one we want I thought it would be. St worked out well." the most, she reminisced with a The results were impressive. Jacobsen smile. When we beat them in s# was the team's leader in a school-record nef everyone Was going crazy. 22-7 season. She averaged 2.7 assists, 1.2 game it was like, We can beat the digs and 0.7 ace serves, all team bests. .. ' That was great." .,. j Despite being the team's setter, she was Jacobsen was the shortstop f0r third on the team with 99 kills and 25 14 Cardinals last summer. The blocks. Much of that was because Shelby- likely to make another dramadC s Tennant-AvoHa had few superstars but ward next summer and this win several players that could do everything ketball. Jacobsen averaged 15.61.; well. Sharing with AvoHa only enhanced year for the basketball team but smi the depth of the Cardinals. see more action in the guard ; noN rtrHota) "I wasn't sure what would happen winter. In both basketball andsoft .,  A FAN'S VIEW - Cyclone Scott Arkfeld throws to Jason Catmey during a play in the Spencer game last Saturday. when we shared with AvoHa," said Jacob- will share with AvoHa and thhat wi boost an already talented lineuP. 1 No one has watched the deVe "IN of Jacobsen and her classmates n#e Coach Schleisman. He has been mentor in every sport, s With a slight giggle, jacobsen tohamt sitiUmation, "Well, he gets on ° I so et" es. We have fun though., I Although many classmates Pfl2! gether throughout their junior bi high school careers, few do it as  players. Not surprisingly, that mis year s senior athletes an close group. , # "We do everything togee!, Jacobsen. "It's going to be diffic. it s all over because it was bad enoc V " i olleyball was done. .-I The S-T Class of 1990 is g0 i tough for a lot of Cardinal folloW.,,'j goodbye to. It's hard not to put °,hldlt port behind a group of athletes .u",dd persevered like this one. AJld. Jacobsen isjustone member, all# r one, of that special group. Andrea is the daughter Kathy Jacobsen of rural already lettered four times m three in is unsure of her collegiate RONPETHOUD/l'krlann¢Slmlmrt peels to take up some son THE SIGN SAYS IT ALL - The Haflan Community Cyclones play tonight (Friday) In the UNI-Dome at 7 p.m. against Decorah for a fifth state championship, science. 1989 Cyclone Football Statistics I III , I II •  , [I (Through 11 Games) TEAM TOTALS HCHS Opponent= 178 ..................... First Downs .................... 113 449 ................ Rushing Attempts ................ 328 2122 ................. Rushing Yards .................. 836 192.9 ............. Rushing Per Game .............. 76.0 4.7 ................. Rushing Per Carry ................ 2.6 38 ................ Touchdowns Ruslng ................. 7 106-199-7 ..... Passes CorrAtt4nt .... 96-221-12 1805 ................. Passing Yards .................. 998 164.1 ............. Passing Per Game .............. 90.7 17.0 ............ Passing Per Reception ........... 10.4 15 ................ Touchdowns Passing ................. 5 3927 ................... Total Yards .................. 1834 357.0 .......... Total Yards Per Game ......... 166.7 6.1 .................... Yards Per Play ................... 3.2 26825 ................ Punts-Yards ............. 59-1753 31.7 .................. Punt Average .................. 29.7 26-11 ................. Fumbles-Lost ................ 28-17 76704 ............. Penalties-Yards ............ 54-523 394 ................... Points Scored .................... 95 35.8 ................ Points Per Game ................. 8.6 INDIVIDUAL TOTALS RUSHING, att-yda (avg) - Cohen Johnson 224-1231 (5.50); Kevin Musich 83444 (5.35); Corey Sprague 42-150 (3.57); Jason Caimey 18- 126 (7.00); Scott Heese 15-79 (5.27); Ryan DeHaan 26-59 (2.27); Troy Schulte 9-31 (3.44); Troy Reimer 4-18 (4.50); Brad Zimmerman 16 (6.00); Scott Arkfeld 21-(4) 1.0.19); Scott Schiltz 2- (6) (-3.00) PASSING, comp-att-int, yds- Scott I Tim Miller 1-22 (22.00); Jay Frederick 1-15 (15.00); Jamie Petsche 1 (6.00) PUNT RETURNS, att-yt (avg) -Tim Miller 16-160 (10.00); Jason Cairney 18-152 (8.44); Ryan Lowe 3-27 (9.00); Brian Schneider 2-12 (6.00); Aaron Anderson 3.12 (4.00) KICKOFF RETURNS, att-yd$ (avg) - Ryan Lowe 7-200 (28.57); Jason Cairney 6-157 (26.17); Cohen John son 5-96 (19.20); Brad Zimmerman 2- 37 (18.50); Troy Schulte 1-15; Chuck Obrecht 1- 12; Tim Miller 1-7; John Larsen 1-0 PUNTS, att-yds (avg)- Cory Brinker 19-599 {31.5); Scott Schiltz 7-226 (32.3) KICKOFFS, att-yas {avg) - Chris Hogzett 67-3267 (48.8) TACKLES, =olo=-asslt=- Dale Schmitz 10- 77, Jason Pauley 2063, Lance Grummert 11-66, Troy Schuite 1060, Ryan Lowe 1446, Jeff Bladt 7- 53, Brian Schneider 20-35, Doug Wilwerding 642, Steve W'werding 16-31, Chad Sonderman 442, Tim Miller 1633, Shawn Erlbacher 1627, Kevin Schechinger 7-28, Chuck Obrecht 4-20, Brad Zimmerman 4-20, Scott Schiltz 4-19, Aaron Ar dersen 5-17, Con/Carter 2-13, Steve Kluesner 68, Mike Buckley 1-13, Tom Schumacher 46, Jeremy Olsen 2-8, Troy Hodapp 2-7, Aaron Stamp 1-5, Cory Brinker 2-3, Randy Zimmerman 04, Sean Monson 2-I, Chris Hogzett 2-1, Kevin Musich 1-2, Tyler Parkhurst 1-2, Dan Fuehrer 1-2, Kiron Andersen 0- 3, Chad Kenkel 63, Steve Wegner 0-2, Brad Schwery 1.0, Cohen Johnson 1.0, Troy Reimer 0-1, Mark Klein 61, Scott Arkfeld 0-1, Jeff Sonderman if1, Tyson Haas 0-1 INTERCEPTIONS - Dale Schmitz 4, Tim Arkfeld, 101-187-7, 1703 yds; Troy Reimer, 4-9-0, 31 yds; Jason Caimey, 1-30, 71 yds RECEIVING, catche=-yd (avgJ - Jeff Son- derman 34632 (18.59); Jason Caimey 40473 (11.83); Cohen Johnson 26506 (25.301; Troy Schulte 6-107 (17.831; Steve Wegner 344 (14.67); Miller 4, Brad Zimmerman 2, Brian Schneider, Ryan Lowe FUMBLE RECOVERIES - Lance Grummert 2, Dale Schmitz 2, Cory Carter 2,Steve Wilwerding 2, Jeff Bladt, Mike Buckley, Brad Gross, Tim Miller, Jeremy Olsen, Jason Pauley, Kevin Schechinger TO ACQUAINT NON-SUBSCRIBERS in an expanded area, making this special DISCOUNT SUBSCRIPTION OFFER. 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