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8   i!    '         The Clarendon Enterprise November 4, 2004 J hip Cyclones "-- ..... Broncos w 00u,,ooo 00.roor00 I Date Opponent Place : _ Nov. 5-6 Bulldog Classic Clarendon I Nov. 9 Western Oklahoma Clarendon By Sandy Anderberg The long-standing gridiron rivalry between Clarendon and Mem- phis encompasses several games, and this year's winner was the maroon and white as they totally dominated the Cyclones on the road. The Broncos showed they were the best team, racking up 348 yards compared to only 236 for the Cyclones. Several things contributed to their success as the Broncos fought hard to get the District win. "This was a big game for us," head coach Gary Jack said. "It was special to me to go to Memphis and really put it on them like we did. It is always a big game, and that is what we call stomping somebody." The Broncos took the early lead as junior Will Betts, who according to Jack played possibly the best game of his career, scored on a 4-yard run. The extra point failed; and after the Cyclones broke a 62-yard run, the Broncos trailed by one point. But the deficit was short-lived as Betts took it in for six from 26 yards out. Chase Thornberry and Quentin West connected for the extra point to give the Broncos a seven-point lead at the break. The first half was not without some offensive breakdowns as file Broncos had six turnovers. "We couldn't hang onto the ball in the first half," Jack said. "We made all of those mistakes and still controlled the game?' Betts scored again in the third period on a one-yard run to go up 20-7. Stepping up to add to the total score in the final quarter was Thorn- berry on a pass from West, Tim San- chez on a six-yard carry, and Bradley Sell on a 12-yard run. West kicked the final extra points after the scores. Jack was pleased with his team's play and proud of the effort from his offensive line. "Our line probably had the best night blocking that they've had all year," Jack said. "We moved some guys in and out all night, and they did an extremely good job for us. Jon Vaught, Cody Scrivner, Michael Henderson, Tyler Lewis, Ladez Captain, Ty White, and Chase Thorn- berry opened some nice holes and made good downfield blocks, which is good to see. It shows you we're all progressing, and I'm very pleased with that." Lewis racked up 12 tackles and one sack, Danny Derry had five tack- les and one sack, and Stephen Ford had five tackles as well. Betts had eight tackles, one sack, one caused turnover, and recovered two fumbles. Sell grabbed six tackles, Captain had nine tackles, and Henderson had six tackles with one sack. "Offensively, Will Betts carried 25 times for 225 yards," Jack said. "He also returned a kick off for 75 yards. Sanchez also had a good night. He carried 15 times for 80 yards, and Sell had 60 plus yards on six carries and scored one touchdown?' Jack noted several players on special teams who had a good game. "Jesse Gowdy and Jeremy Utsey had great games on our special teams," Jack said. "They helped to keep Memphis in a hole a little bit and kept them from making big plays?' The win over the Cyclones gave | the Broncos a 2-2 District record going into their last district game and i 5-4 overall. "Beating Memphis in Memphis i is pretty special," Jack said. "It was a big win for us. Makes me proud to be | a Clarendon Bronco again." The Broncos will face off against | Claude for the last game of the season next Friday night at home. I "We'll have to come out and play hard against Claude next week for the I last game of the year," Jack said. "| want to say congratulations to | the Jr. High Colts," Jack said. "They had a great year and ended up 6-3, | which is much better than last year. The boys have come a long way, and I we're going in the fight direction. "I also want to wish all of the I cross-country runners good luck in their upcoming Regional meet," Jack I said. The Broncos will face off| a against the Mustangs in Bronco Sta- dium beginning at 7:30 p.m. Friday, November 5. Senior night will take place prior to the game. Nov. 12-13 Rose State Tourney Oklahoma City Nov. 16 Ranger College Clarendon 85 Nov. 19-20 Seward County Classic Liberal, KS Nov. 23 Wayland Baptist University Plainview 8:1 Nov. 26-27 Collin Thanksgiving Tourney Piano Nov. 30 Ranger College Ranger 8: Dec. 2 UTPB Clarendon 7:1 Jan. 5 Western Oklahoma Altus, OK 7:1 Jan. 13 Lamar Community College Lamar, CO 7: Jan. 17 New Mexico Junior College* Clarendon 8: Jan. 20 Howard College* Clarendon 8:' Jan. 24 I New Mexico Military Institute Rosewell, NM 8:-- Jan. 27 Odessa College* Clarendon 8- Jan. 31 South Plains College* Levelland 8- Feb. 3 Midland College* Clarendon 8- Feb. 7 Frank Phillips College* Borger 8- Feb. 10 New Mexico Junior College* Hobbs, NM 8- Feb. 14 Howard College* Big Spring 8: Feb. 17 New Mexico Military Institute* Clarendon 8: Feb. 21 Odessa College* Odessa 8: i Feb. 24 South Plains College* Clarendon 8: Feb. 28 Midland College* Midland 8: Mar. 3 Frank Phillips College* Clarendon 8: Mar. 10-13 Region V Tourney Lubbock I,=*Denotes Conference Games i ill IIIII i i IIIIIII B illinll i Basketball Schedules for CHS, IIHS, now available at Colts post big win over Memphis JH The Clarendon Junior High Colts blasted past the Whirlwinds Thursday night at Bronco Stadium in the last game of the season posting a 36-6 win. Eighth grader Devin Noble found the end zone in the first quarter on a 48-yard run, and Nathan Gribble added the extra point. With only 28 seconds left in the first period, Johnny Ballard took it in from 27 yards out to give the Colts a 14-0 lead. The Colts allowed their opponent's only score to come in the second quarter on an interception. But halfway through the second period, Derrick Shelton grabbed a 48-yard pass from Gribble to put six more points on the board to, take a 20-6 lead. The extra point was no good. Billy Ceniceros scored with only one minute left in the second quarter on a pass from Gribble to put the game nearly out of reach. Ballard made good on the extra point. Grib- ble put the last six on the scoreboard early in the third period, and Noble added the extra point to put the game out of reach for the Whirlwinds. In the fifth quarter, the Colts shut out Memphis as Nelson Devin scored on a six-yard run. The extra point was good, giving the Colts an 8-0 win over the Whirlwinds. Coach Kerry Teafatiller was pleased with the game and the season. "I was really proud of the way our kids played," Teafatiller said. "We had great effort on both sides of the ball. We had a really good year that we will be able to build on next year. I would like to take this time to express my thanks to the parents of these fine young men as well as to thank the coaches for helping me." Congratulations, Colts, on a great year! Washington, McLaughlln winners of weekly games By Sandy Anderberg George Washington shot a 66 to take top honors in the weekly men's game at the Clarendon Country Club Wednesday, October 27. Second place, went to Redell Johnston, Wendol, Miller, and Dan Ashford with a 69. Ashford also shot his age once again with a net score of 84. Maxine McLaughlin's 63 was good enough for first place in the women's game on Thursday. Ruth Jackson was second with a 64, and Bonnie Crofford finished third shoot- ing a 65. The CCC will be hosting a Polar Bear Tourna.ment November 6-7 beginning at 1:00 p.m each day. The team will consist of two players and will be a scramble type format. The cost of the tournament is $140 plus the p.rice of a cart. You may call 874- 2166 for more information. The CCC would also like to say congratulations to Mike Santos, who was recently sworn in as an Ameri- can citizen. His hard work for the club is greatly appreciated. Shop Clarendon First Support your local merchants. Hi i i CH S vs Claude Friday in B00onco Stadium 7:30 p.m. 1 Jesse Rodriquez Jr 5 TJ Brown Fr 7 Michael Bruce Jr 8 Quentin West Jr 9 Tim Sears Sr 10 Michael Randall Jr 11 Bradley Sell So 12 ChaseThornberry Jr 20 Morgan Robinson Jr 22 Jesse Gowdy Sr 24 Lance Ford So 25 Will Betts Jr 32 Tim Sanchez Sr 33 Steven Ballard So 35 Kaleb Shadle Fr 36 Stephen Ford Jr 44 Ben Smith So 50 Wes Christopher So 54 Will Drackley Jr 2004 Bronco Roster 55 Stephen Fowler Fr 60 Ty White Jr 62 Tyler Lewis Sr 64 Michael Henderson Jr 65 Cody Scrivner Jr 66 John Vaught So 68 Scott Fowler Fr 70 LaDez Captain So 78 Daniel Derry Jr 79 Chris Tiedeman So 86 Chad Sanchez So 88 Jeremy Utsey Jr Head Coach: Gary Jack Staff: Johnny Nino, Wade Callaway, Brad Elam, Kerry Teafatiller. Trainers: Laura Dziedzic, Jeremy Jeffers, Ashley Petty, and Courtney Judd These businesses proudly support the Broncos on their way to victory. Bust 'Em Broncst Clarendon Family Medical Center Clarendon Insurance Agency Clarendon Steakhouse Community Bank Dairy Queen Donley County State Bank Dan, Teresa, & Trevela Dronzek Eads Furniture & Appliance Floyd's Automotive Supply Greenbelt Electric Cooperative Greenbelt Peanut Company Greenbelt Water Authority GreenLight Gas Herring National Bank J&W Lumber Knorpp Insurance Lowe's Mike's Pharmacy Shelton Law Offices Richard Sheppard, DDS The Clarendon Enterprise 3 H Cattle Company Wallace Monument White's Feed & Seed 8   i!    '         The Clarendon Enterprise November 4, 2004 J hip Cyclones "-- ..... Broncos w 00u,,ooo 00.roor00 I Date Opponent Place : _ Nov. 5-6 Bulldog Classic Clarendon I Nov. 9 Western Oklahoma Clarendon By Sandy Anderberg The long-standing gridiron rivalry between Clarendon and Mem- phis encompasses several games, and this year's winner was the maroon and white as they totally dominated the Cyclones on the road. The Broncos showed they were the best team, racking up 348 yards compared to only 236 for the Cyclones. Several things contributed to their success as the Broncos fought hard to get the District win. "This was a big game for us," head coach Gary Jack said. "It was special to me to go to Memphis and really put it on them like we did. It is always a big game, and that is what we call stomping somebody." The Broncos took the early lead as junior Will Betts, who according to Jack played possibly the best game of his career, scored on a 4-yard run. The extra point failed; and after the Cyclones broke a 62-yard run, the Broncos trailed by one point. But the deficit was short-lived as Betts took it in for six from 26 yards out. Chase Thornberry and Quentin West connected for the extra point to give the Broncos a seven-point lead at the break. The first half was not without some offensive breakdowns as file Broncos had six turnovers. "We couldn't hang onto the ball in the first half," Jack said. "We made all of those mistakes and still controlled the game?' Betts scored again in the third period on a one-yard run to go up 20-7. Stepping up to add to the total score in the final quarter was Thorn- berry on a pass from West, Tim San- chez on a six-yard carry, and Bradley Sell on a 12-yard run. West kicked the final extra points after the scores. Jack was pleased with his team's play and proud of the effort from his offensive line. "Our line probably had the best night blocking that they've had all year," Jack said. "We moved some guys in and out all night, and they did an extremely good job for us. Jon Vaught, Cody Scrivner, Michael Henderson, Tyler Lewis, Ladez Captain, Ty White, and Chase Thorn- berry opened some nice holes and made good downfield blocks, which is good to see. It shows you we're all progressing, and I'm very pleased with that." Lewis racked up 12 tackles and one sack, Danny Derry had five tack- les and one sack, and Stephen Ford had five tackles as well. Betts had eight tackles, one sack, one caused turnover, and recovered two fumbles. Sell grabbed six tackles, Captain had nine tackles, and Henderson had six tackles with one sack. "Offensively, Will Betts carried 25 times for 225 yards," Jack said. "He also returned a kick off for 75 yards. Sanchez also had a good night. He carried 15 times for 80 yards, and Sell had 60 plus yards on six carries and scored one touchdown?' Jack noted several players on special teams who had a good game. "Jesse Gowdy and Jeremy Utsey had great games on our special teams," Jack said. "They helped to keep Memphis in a hole a little bit and kept them from making big plays?' The win over the Cyclones gave | the Broncos a 2-2 District record going into their last district game and i 5-4 overall. "Beating Memphis in Memphis i is pretty special," Jack said. "It was a big win for us. Makes me proud to be | a Clarendon Bronco again." The Broncos will face off against | Claude for the last game of the season next Friday night at home. I "We'll have to come out and play hard against Claude next week for the I last game of the year," Jack said. "| want to say congratulations to | the Jr. High Colts," Jack said. "They had a great year and ended up 6-3, | which is much better than last year. The boys have come a long way, and I we're going in the fight direction. "I also want to wish all of the I cross-country runners good luck in their upcoming Regional meet," Jack I said. The Broncos will face off| a against the Mustangs in Bronco Sta- dium beginning at 7:30 p.m. Friday, November 5. Senior night will take place prior to the game. Nov. 12-13 Rose State Tourney Oklahoma City Nov. 16 Ranger College Clarendon 85 Nov. 19-20 Seward County Classic Liberal, KS Nov. 23 Wayland Baptist University Plainview 8:1 Nov. 26-27 Collin Thanksgiving Tourney Piano Nov. 30 Ranger College Ranger 8: Dec. 2 UTPB Clarendon 7:1 Jan. 5 Western Oklahoma Altus, OK 7:1 Jan. 13 Lamar Community College Lamar, CO 7: Jan. 17 New Mexico Junior College* Clarendon 8: Jan. 20 Howard College* Clarendon 8:' Jan. 24 I New Mexico Military Institute Rosewell, NM 8:-- Jan. 27 Odessa College* Clarendon 8- Jan. 31 South Plains College* Levelland 8- Feb. 3 Midland College* Clarendon 8- Feb. 7 Frank Phillips College* Borger 8- Feb. 10 New Mexico Junior College* Hobbs, NM 8- Feb. 14 Howard College* Big Spring 8: Feb. 17 New Mexico Military Institute* Clarendon 8: Feb. 21 Odessa College* Odessa 8: i Feb. 24 South Plains College* Clarendon 8: Feb. 28 Midland College* Midland 8: Mar. 3 Frank Phillips College* Clarendon 8: Mar. 10-13 Region V Tourney Lubbock I,=*Denotes Conference Games i ill IIIII i i IIIIIII B illinll i Basketball Schedules for CHS, IIHS, now available at Colts post big win over Memphis JH The Clarendon Junior High Colts blasted past the Whirlwinds Thursday night at Bronco Stadium in the last game of the season posting a 36-6 win. Eighth grader Devin Noble found the end zone in the first quarter on a 48-yard run, and Nathan Gribble added the extra point. With only 28 seconds left in the first period, Johnny Ballard took it in from 27 yards out to give the Colts a 14-0 lead. The Colts allowed their opponent's only score to come in the second quarter on an interception. But halfway through the second period, Derrick Shelton grabbed a 48-yard pass from Gribble to put six more points on the board to, take a 20-6 lead. The extra point was no good. Billy Ceniceros scored with only one minute left in the second quarter on a pass from Gribble to put the game nearly out of reach. Ballard made good on the extra point. Grib- ble put the last six on the scoreboard early in the third period, and Noble added the extra point to put the game out of reach for the Whirlwinds. In the fifth quarter, the Colts shut out Memphis as Nelson Devin scored on a six-yard run. The extra point was good, giving the Colts an 8-0 win over the Whirlwinds. Coach Kerry Teafatiller was pleased with the game and the season. "I was really proud of the way our kids played," Teafatiller said. "We had great effort on both sides of the ball. We had a really good year that we will be able to build on next year. I would like to take this time to express my thanks to the parents of these fine young men as well as to thank the coaches for helping me." Congratulations, Colts, on a great year! Washington, McLaughlln winners of weekly games By Sandy Anderberg George Washington shot a 66 to take top honors in the weekly men's game at the Clarendon Country Club Wednesday, October 27. Second place, went to Redell Johnston, Wendol, Miller, and Dan Ashford with a 69. Ashford also shot his age once again with a net score of 84. Maxine McLaughlin's 63 was good enough for first place in the women's game on Thursday. Ruth Jackson was second with a 64, and Bonnie Crofford finished third shoot- ing a 65. The CCC will be hosting a Polar Bear Tourna.ment November 6-7 beginning at 1:00 p.m each day. The team will consist of two players and will be a scramble type format. The cost of the tournament is $140 plus the p.rice of a cart. You may call 874- 2166 for more information. The CCC would also like to say congratulations to Mike Santos, who was recently sworn in as an Ameri- can citizen. His hard work for the club is greatly appreciated. Shop Clarendon First Support your local merchants. Hi i i CH S vs Claude Friday in B00onco Stadium 7:30 p.m. 1 Jesse Rodriquez Jr 5 TJ Brown Fr 7 Michael Bruce Jr 8 Quentin West Jr 9 Tim Sears Sr 10 Michael Randall Jr 11 Bradley Sell So 12 ChaseThornberry Jr 20 Morgan Robinson Jr 22 Jesse Gowdy Sr 24 Lance Ford So 25 Will Betts Jr 32 Tim Sanchez Sr 33 Steven Ballard So 35 Kaleb Shadle Fr 36 Stephen Ford Jr 44 Ben Smith So 50 Wes Christopher So 54 Will Drackley Jr 2004 Bronco Roster 55 Stephen Fowler Fr 60 Ty White Jr 62 Tyler Lewis Sr 64 Michael Henderson Jr 65 Cody Scrivner Jr 66 John Vaught So 68 Scott Fowler Fr 70 LaDez Captain So 78 Daniel Derry Jr 79 Chris Tiedeman So 86 Chad Sanchez So 88 Jeremy Utsey Jr Head Coach: Gary Jack Staff: Johnny Nino, Wade Callaway, Brad Elam, Kerry Teafatiller. Trainers: Laura Dziedzic, Jeremy Jeffers, Ashley Petty, and Courtney Judd These businesses proudly support the Broncos on their way to victory. Bust 'Em Broncst Clarendon Family Medical Center Clarendon Insurance Agency Clarendon Steakhouse Community Bank Dairy Queen Donley County State Bank Dan, Teresa, & Trevela Dronzek Eads Furniture & Appliance Floyd's Automotive Supply Greenbelt Electric Cooperative Greenbelt Peanut Company Greenbelt Water Authority GreenLight Gas Herring National Bank J&W Lumber Knorpp Insurance Lowe's Mike's Pharmacy Shelton Law Offices Richard Sheppard, DDS The Clarendon Enterprise 3 H Cattle Company Wallace Monument White's Feed & Seed