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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Below: FIRST DOWN. The Little Cyclone offense prepares to go to work. Lower Left: LOOSENING UP. A Little Cyclone stretches during the pregame warm-up. Lower Right: IN THE CLEAR. Dashing through a hole in the defense, Ben Shaffer heads for the goal line. Ames- 3 ` موی ar - e » 5 n 4 - ei 3 K سح 1 aum کا D PE ` a. ھ Am Ee E ENJOYABLE " Our win-loss record is probably not indicative of our capabilities because we definitely could have won all the games that we played if the breaks would have gone our way, " said Dale Tramp, sophomore football coach. The sophomore football team finished the season over the .500 mark with a 5-4 record. " Our sophomore league schedule was very, very tough, " said Tramp. The sophomore football team set three goals at the beginning of the season; they were to win all the games, get everyone in the right position and enjoy football. ‘‘We all did enjoy football,” said Tramp. ‘‘We worked to have fun. " Tramp found it difficult to point out any standouts. ''We had a fine bunch of young men and talented football players. They enjoyed working together,” said Tramp. Statistics showed that Cole Millekin led the defense with a 6112 tackles. He was followed by Lance Luke with 57'7 tackles and Dave Wandersee with 50 tackles. Ben Shaffer and Pat McCullough were 4 theleading rushers for the team. Shaffer | — | ran97 times for 456 yards while a Sips Ee deen McCullough rushed 31 times for 300 M Se Y: ° 7 EastWaterloo , 35 yards. | — Ames 24 Marshalltown. 7 9 zg ` P ۲ 7 Injuries were an important factor in the season. ‘‘We had a number of injuries that had a bearing on our " 7 said Tramp. ''Injuries were a major factor in some of our losses.” " Coach Duea and | enjoyed watching this team as much as any team we've ever coached,” said Tramp. Sophomore Football 105
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