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B. Urwin, B. Brown, A. Sullivan, J. Hagemeier. Second: E. Pitts, D. Winfield, C. Mizerski,
L. Dunekacke, J. Barnard, D. Cramer, B. Roberts, L. Duncan, C. Satterfield, D. Nix, A. Johnston,
J. Brown, J. Pelisek. Third: B. Gates, N. Petrillo, T. Chiolero, M. Mulvaney, G. Colgrove,
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Peru State's grid team fell far below its anticipated
expectations as the Bobcats could muster only two
victories in its nine games. Key injuries halted the
Bobcats bid to improve on 1965's 4-5 record. Injuries
to Carl Satterfield and John Creamer in the second
game of the season seemed to temporarily halt the high
rolling Peru offense. The two had set all-time Peru
State records during the first two games of the season.
The quarterbacking chores were then taken over by
Freshman Rich Guzinski, who did an admirable job.
Another surprise for the Bobcats was the fine efforts
on the part of Charles Dailey, the freshman fullback
from Omaha, who led the Bobcats in rushing with
438 net yards in 130 carries. He led the Peru offense
during the absence of Satterfield and Creamer.
Even though Creamer did miss most of the season,
the sophomore end led Peru State with 30 catches
good for 527 yards, QBoth these figures are all-time
Peru State records.J and seven touchdowns. The latter
figure was good enough to lead the Bobcats in scoring
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The Peru State Bobcats didn't quite live up to
their pre-season expectations as they tied for the
NCC cellar with Kearney State. The Bobcats were
picked to Win the NCC championship for the second
straight year, but the loss of top scorer Bon Snodgrass
and the rugged 19 road games proved to be a thorn
in the Bobcats efforts to regain the title. The Bobcats
were picked as the best in the conference because
they lost only two lettermen, one being starter Mike
Harmon. Dean Cain and Wayne Heine led the Bobcats
to a disappointing 12 and 13 season.
Senior guard Dean Cain led the Bobcats in scoring
as he averaged 16.8 points per game. His 420
points for the season brought his career total to
1,132 points in 85 games for an average of 13.3
points per game. This moved Cain into fifth place
among all-time Peru State scorers. Ron Snodgrass,
who played only 16 games for the Bobcats this year
scored 316 points to bring his career total to 1369
points and move him into second place in all-time
scoring. Sophomore Wayne Heine was a great help
to the Bobcat cause as he averaged 13.4 points
per game and grabbed off 264 rebounds for an 10.
56 average per game. In addition to Cain, the only
other senior on the Peru State squad at the end of
the season was Bill Rinne. Rinne, a guard, scored
at a 6.0 clip throughout the season. He played in
57 games for the Bobcats throughout his career and
averaged 4.7 points per game.
Other Bobcat cagers whose average helped the
Bobcat cause were: Dick Estes, 9.6: Bob Lovejoy,
4.93 Leon Protrey, 3.0g Jim Tegelhutterg 3.35 George
Moore, 9.33 Ross Ridenour, 2.03 Carl Satterfield,
3.73 and Allan Pokorny, 1.4.
Dean Cain had the high individual point total in
a game, have 34 points against Culver-Stockton.
Wayne Heine was right behind Cain with a 30 point
salvo against Doane. Wayne Heine and George Moore
both led in the rebound department as each had 20
caroms. The team high, point Wise that is, was
103 points against Culver-Stockton.
Next years squad should be experienced as C o a c h
Mclntire will have Wayne Heine, Dick Estes, Bob
Lovejoy, Leon Portrey, Carl Satterfield, Ross
Ridenour, George Moore, and Jim Tegelhutter to
form the nucleus.
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Dailey. Fourth: B. Davis, R. Carbone, B. Everhart, M. Tynon, L. Colgrove, J. Mikkelsen, J.
Dvorchak, F. Smidt, B. Faulkner, R. Smith, D. Koch, R. McClinton. Fifth: J. Creamer, H. Van
Arsdale, C. Turner, B. Hulette, D. Dickie, E. Haynes, R. Williams, D. Linder, D, Curtis.
with 42 points.
Peru, which tied for the conference title in 1965,
fell to next to last place this year with a 1-3 record.
The only victory in the Nebraska College Conference
was a convincing 41-7 pummeling of Chadron State. The
other Bobcat victory was 27-14 win at the expense of
Tarkio. A big disappointment was the trouncing the
Bobcats took at the hands of Kearney State. The Antelopes
scored at will and ran up a 54-0 score. Last year Peru
State ended up in a tie for first place in the conference
with Kearney State on the basis of a 3-1 conference
Bernie Brown, Bill Everhart, Lowell Brown, and
Bob Urwin led the bruising Bobcat defense throughout
the disappointing campaign.
Coach Ervin Pitts can look forward an to improved
season next year as he loses only four players from
this years squad. These graduating seniors are: Lowell
Brown, Bernie Brown, George Evangelist, and Bob
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