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20 VERY CLOSE, Going into the last two games of the season, the Little Cyclone football team had a shot at the 4-A playoffs. But two losses in those last two games crushed the Little Cyclones hopes of a wild-card playoff berth. As Head Coach Phil Johnson said, ‘‘We came so close. " The Ames High gridders started off the season with two wins. Their first victory was over West Des Moines Valley, the eventual Metropolitan Conference champions. The second was a road victory over Waterloo Central. Hopes were high for a possible conference title, but then came Mason City and the rain. The Little Cyclones dropped a storm delayed game to the Mohawks. '' The weather was a factor, but the other teams had to play with it too, " said Johnson. The weather played an important part in the game against Fort Dodge too. The Little Cyclones prevailed in a game that had to be played the following day due to torrential rains ae: ye which left several inches of water on the field. For the rest of the season the rain stayed away from Friday nights, however, weekday rains added moisture to the already softened and muddied turf. Injuries also hindered the gridders this season. Johnson cited the injuries of Clint Fischer, Scott Eschbach, and Mark Reynolds as especially costly. In wrapping up the season, Johnson said, ‘‘The effort, enthusiasm, aggressiveness and attitudes were ali there. We did everything except win all our games. As Dave Hockman, senior, put it, ''We were better than our 5-4 record.” Ames High placed three players on the Big 8 All-Conference first team. They were Doran Geise, Kevin Highland ana Steve Kendall. ae’ = RE p-er. n S ای 2 . INI 4 1 GEI VARSITY FOOTBALL. Front: S. Eschbach, M. Flummerfelt, D. Hockman, T. Jones, B. Joensen, W. Cox, C. Conley, S. Kendall, R. Wilson, J. Hoerner. Second Row: B. Catus, D. Col lins, C. Young, M. Darnell, K. Highland, D. Geise, C. Fischer, B. Hildebrand, G. Burnett. Third Row: M. Birdseye, S. Allen, D. Tryon, K. Meador, D. Snyder, ۰ Garrier, R. Sevde, B. Smith, P. Torgeson, M. Reynolds. Fourth Row: M. Woods, B. Bergren, J. Benson, D. Anderson, A. 102 Varsity Football Abbott, J. McNulty, B. Crockett, M. Nervig, M. Newell, K. Carlson. Fifth Row: E. Gleason, K. Blau, M. Davis, G. Gray, R. Hughes, S. Williams, J. Alford, B. Aitchison, J. Pollard. Sixth Row: Mar. L. Willham, Mar. S. Dunn, Mar. M. Amfahr, Mar. D. Back: Head Coach P. Johnson, Coach J. Duea, Coach D. Tramp, Coach K. Bailey, Coach J. Mendenhall, Coach T. Jorgensen. ظا Sogard.
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Far Left: FIHST-AND- TEN. Ron Wilson carries for a first down during the home finale against Waterloo tastas Brad Hildebrand looks on Left: " IT HURTS. " Trainer John VanFleet helps Wade Cox from the field. Injuries played a key part during the season Below Left: EXTRA POINT. Place kicker Chris Young exhibits his style as Dan Tryon holds Below Right: SCRAMBLIN'. While eluding oncoming linemen, Kevin Highland looks for a ۲۷ Below: OPTION PLAY. Kevin Highland turns the corner for more yardage Varsity Football 103
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