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A rugged rushing defense and the running of full-
back Kollbaum pepped Peru to a 20-6 NCCI football
victory over the Hastings Broncos. Kollbaum scored
Peru's first two touchdowns while the Bobcat defensiye
unit limited Hastings to 35 yards rushing. leaders oi
the stingy Peru defense were guards Phil Malone and
Bernie Brown, and tackle john Gilmore.
Coach Pitts' Bobcats turned a Doane fumble, a
blocked punt, and a defensive stand deep in Doane
territory into touchdowns in Peru's homecoming win
over the Tigers, 20-7. Satterfield passed for two touch-
downs and ran 21 yards for the other. The Bobcat
defensive squad forced four Doane fumbles to stymie
their offensive efforts.
Peru annexed a portion ofthe NCCI championship in
dealing Kearney its first confei ence loss since lflfil,
I4-Iii. Satterlield again sparked Peru's offense. passing
for one touchdown and setting up the other with his
aerials. lfrosh Bill Eyerhart roared through the Kearney
lille to block their extra-point attempt with 1:57 remain-
ing in the game.
Washburn outlought the Peru Bobcats lor a I5-7
victory ending the 1965 campaign for Peru. Wasliburirs
lchabods, after being shoyed all oyer the held during
the lirst quarter when Peru took a 7-II lead, completely
dominated play thereafter. 'llhis left the Bobcats with a
four win and fiye loss record for the season.
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Peru opened their l965 football campaign with a throughout the third period when the Bearcats tallied
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Carl Satlerlield, Ceorge Evangelist, Bill lJaigle,Llim liollbaum, Patil Varva, Al Blankenship,Nick
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hard fought 7-6 loss to Tarkio College. The Owls took
the opening kick-off and marched 55 yards to score,
securing the victory with an accurate extra-point
placement. Peru halfback Curt Holliman scampered
48 yards on a pitch-out for Peru's touchdown in the
In the following Saturday night's "mud bowl"
contest, Lincoln U's halfback Ezekial Moore raced 35
yards to score the game's only touchdown with six
minutes remaining in the opening quarter. Peru's offen-
sive squad couldn't match the efforts of the defensive
unit, netting only I0 yards rushing and 48 yards passing.
Poor pass defense spelled the downfall of Peru to
the Bearcats ol' Maryville, 28-l8. Leo Pappas riddled
Peru State in the late stages of the second quartet' and
2l points. Bobcat freshman Carl Satterfield completed
l l of 2l aerials for 133 yards and three touchdowns to
lead the Peru attack.
The Bobcats rode to a 2l-0 victory over Chadron on
the passing of quarterback Satterfield. Two pass grabs
by end john Creamer netted 97 yards and set up two
touchdowns. Peru's Final tally came on a 24-yard pass
from Satterfield to end jim Manning.
A bad pass from center and a fumble, both deep in
Peru State territory, allowed Wayne to score a touch-
down and a held goal in the second half handing Peru
its only conference loss, l7-7. Frosh jim Kollbaum
scored Peru's lone touchdown in the second quarter
bringing the half-time score to 7-7.
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