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The Arlfmgton TIM~_M. W~qeHlay, Sept. 14, 1183.7 !iii!iiii!!i .... i n this Friday li BOB HALVERSON, Sedro-Woolley's ball carrier is dragged down by an unidentified Eagle tackler. Zach Faller (63) gets ready to put the finishing touches on Halverson. The Eagle defense had a difficult night last Friday as Sedro-Woolley's Cubs, led by Halver- son, rolled up 33 points to Arlington's 26 for their season-opening victory. Halverson gained over 200 yards rushing, including touchdowns of 37 and 74 yards, in the offensive dual. * Cubs lived up to evening, followed by Bussard breaking The second half started off similarly to League rating away a 25-yard bootleg keeper. Erikthe first one. This time Sedro-Woolley OUtscoring the Arl- Norgard broke off a six-yard carry and scored first, on a three-yard keeper by Sedro.Season opener Shepherd ran five yards in two carries Cheever. Arlington was not to be kept Woolley who before Bussard went in for the score, down as they fought steadily back to tie final whis- Sedro-Woolley struck right back, the score at 20, in a drive culminated by a loss leaves the however, mustering a straight aheadShepherd sweeping six yards into the as they travel drive of their own on the strength of a endzone near the end of the third quarter. coming Friday. balanced ground attack led by Bob Moving deadlocked into the final first to score at Halverson, Scott McIntyre, and Gregperiod, the offensive dual looked as if it s high scoring game, Cheerer. Cheever's deceptive bootleg had no end. Both teams finally held the optioned to keep runs set up a straight ahead 37 .yard scot- other defensively to where they traded touchdown roll-outing blast by Halverson who simply punts. When Arlington's kicking team first quarter. Theoutran the Eagle defenders, seemed to have a slight edge, Cub kick-off and In the second quarter the Eagles con- Halverson streaked 74 yards on a first the field. Shawn tinued to move the ball with little pro- down carry to give Sedro-Woolley the carries of 11 blems. Doug Lowell squeezed throughfirst lead of the final period. attempts of the the line for 39 yards to compliment car- The Eagles were not ready to give up ries by Shepherd and Bussard in setting yet, however, and when they got the ball for up Arlington's second scoring drive, they continued to roll up good yardage on Shepherd scored the first of his three the ground. Bussard and Shepherd trad- I o touchdowns on a one-yard burst to put ed off carrying the ball for the Eagles, -ea6ue the Eagles ahead for the second time of and it was Shepherd's turn when they mixed, recrea- the night. The Eagles failed on their se- crossed the goal line, for his third TD of is forming here. cond straight extra-point attempt follow- the game. Bussard was not able to con- at 4 p.m. in Arl- ing Shepherd's TD. vert on his second two-point conversion, For information, After several scoreless exchanges, leaving the Eagles at a one-point disad- Sedro-Woolley drove into the endzone one vantage with about five minutes remain- final time to gain the momentum going ing in the game. into halltime. Again staying mostly on Sedro-Woolley added another the ground and relying heavily on touchdown to their total of 33, as McIn- Halverson's steady running, the Cubs Lyre broke away on the Eagles secondary drove downfield. Cheerer faked to for a 25-yard score. It was the third long Halverson and kept the baH, sneaking six run against the weary Arlington defense yards into the endzone to give the Cubs that will have to perk up if the Eagles are can pick up the the 13-12 margin they held at the half. going to have better results in their up- annuals 15th from 9 main high school nty win U-15 boys soccer Season where they Winning note. The Association the District 1 championship started the win over the Lowell Field in Includes Arlington 1 Murray Kruse. It Niklason, ex- and coach, and Kruse, Arlington dl in the first half forwards Evan Nathan Lewis, Luangrath, SPencer Lockwood of Monroe. a few good leagues for ered I BER FFA CORN SALES -- the Future Farmers of America chapter at the high school is once again harvesting and selling their tasty golden jubilee corn. Pictured here are (left to right) teacher's aid Ron Dietz and students, Pat Coulture, Mike Hill and Calvin Rengen. The corn is available at Country Charm Dairy and Safeway and sell for 13 ears for $1, or 10 dozen ears or more at 75c per dozen. Funds raised through the corn sale are used for FFA projects and conventions. DR. JOHN J. BLUFF OPTOMETRIST Many people retain the image of someone interrupting a sporting event with the words "hold it, nobody move!" and then searching for a lost contact. They are left with the impression that contacts cannot be worn during strenuous activity. In truth, some special oversized lenses are made to fit securely and can be worn confidently,~ even when swimming. People often assume that children cannot be fitted with contact lenses. The fact is that even very young children have been successfully fitted. Most important, of course, is the need for contacts to improve vision, and the child must be MATURE enough to han- dle the lenses properly. And there are some who still believe that contact lenses are dangerous to wear. The truth is that contacts are SAFE and can be worn for many years, provided they are fitted properly, cared for hygienically, and the eyes are examined regularly. Being plastic, they even offer some protection to the eye. In the imerest of better visWn from the office of." 413 Dr. John J. Bluff N. Olympic, Arlington 435-8585 III I coming games. Last season the Eagle defense allowed a combined total of only 25 points in their first six games. This Friday night the Eagles will get a chance to even their record at Mount Vernon. Last season the Eagles suffered their only league loss to the Bulldogs, who also lost their season opener last week to Stanwond. Eagle Scorecard Arlington 6 6 8 6 - 26 Sedro-Woclley 7 6 7 13 - 33 Scoring-- A. Bussard 14 run, kick failed S.W. Halverson run 37, Halverson kick A. Shepherd 1 run, run failed S.W. Cheever 6 run, run failed S.W. Cheever 3 run, Halverson kick A. Shepherd 6 run, Bussard run S.W. Halverson 74 run, Halverson kick A. Shepherd I run, run failed S.W. McIntyre 25 run, kick failed Eagle Stats-- Rushing-- Shepherd 24 carries/155 yards Bussard 12 carries/139 yards Lowell 2 carries/42 yards Norgard 4 carries/IS yards gers trounce opening game Opening their first season in their new home stadium, the Lakewood Cougars trounced Tolt Saturday night, 38-6. Lakewood made things look easy, as their whole team got in on the action. In the first half, Todd Kinsman and Doug Phillips each scored on the ground for the Cougars. Chris Cox added a 13-yard field goal and caught a 28-yard Passing-- Bussard 2 for 6/41 yards Receiving-- Shepherd 36 yards Lowell 5 yards Defense-- Tackies-- Miers 8 tackles Norgard 8 tackles Kucera 7 tackles Shepherd 6 tackles Foxe 6 tackles pass from Kinsman for the Cougars' total of 24 unanswered first half points. In the second half, it was Cox again hauling in a pass to score, this time thrown by Ken Bull. Tom Harmon round- ed out Lakewood's scoring blitz with a I-yard drive. 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