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/ 8 ' The Arlington TIMES - Wed., Nov. lg, 1981 Arlington battles Burlington Friday- Arlington Eagles crush Shore wood to advance to quarter A strong second half performance by the Arlington Eagles November 13 caused the elimination of Shorewood High School from the state AA football playoffs. Arlington High School's 29-13 win over Shorewo~xi at Everett Memorial Stadium advances the Eagles into the quarterfinal playoffs against Burlington Friday, Nov. 20, in Stanwood. Arlington capitalized on Shorewood's poor play in the third quarter to roll up 22 points and blow its opponent out of the contest. The Eagles entered the second half down 7-0. The team knew they had to start playing together in the second half or it was the end of their season, said Jim Kavaney, Eagle Head Coach. Quarterback Tim Richard started the third quarter scoring with a one.yard run to cap a 45-yard drive. The Eagles took possession of the ball on the Shorewood 45 after a bad punt. Another poor punt gave the Eagles possession on the Shorewood 23 and it was a quick march into the end zone to take the lead for good. Darren Peterson rolled in from four-yards out for the touchdown. Peterson scored again just before the third quarter ended on a 32-yard run. A penalty and Shorewood's third bad punt gave the Eagles great field possession at the Shorewood 32. Peterson rushed for 79 yards on 15 carries in the game. A 30-yard touchdown pass from Richard to Gary Mumm ended the Eagles scoring in the fourth quarter. Shorewood's scoring came in the final minute of the second quarter, on a one-yard run to cap a 4S-yard drive and on a S2-yard run against Arlington's reserves, in the fourth quarter. During the 1980 state AA playoffs Arlington and Burlington faced each other in the quarterfinals with the Eagles coming out on top 17-7. Burlington avenged that loss with a 37-20 win over the Eagles September 25 in Arlington this season. To eliminate Burlington this week the Eagles must stop the big plays that hurt them in the regular season game and Reason To Jump For Joy - The Arlington Eagles were jumping all over the field in Stanwood November 10 after touchdowns and key defensive plays helped them defeat Ferndale and Be]lingham in a Northwest AA League The wins advanced Arlington into the state playoffs, where they beat Shorewood 29-13 and now meet Burlington Friday in quarterfinal action. Above (left) Troy Dawn (84). Jeff Tasoff (68) and Mitch Decker (54) celebrate after Dawn broke up a pass play against Bellingham in the final minutes of the game. Above (right) Gary Mumm flies in the air after Arlington s John Hannah scored a touchdown against Bellingham. establish a running game that failed'to materialize in the earlier contest, Kavaney said. The winner of the Arlington-Burlington game advances to the semi-finals against either Olympia or Liberty the following week. Mini-playoff results Three top Northwest AA League football teams converged on Stanwood November 10 and only one left seeking the state championship. The teams battled for the second playoff spot from the Northwest AA League. Arlington stopped Ferndale, then Belling- ham to triumph. The victory sent the Arlington High School Eagles to Everett Memorial Stadium November 13 for district playoff action against Shorewood, ranked eighth in the Class AA state prep poll. A three-way tie for second place forced the mini.playoff. Each team recorded 6-2 marks during the regular season while Burlington compiled a 7-1 record to claim the league title and a playoff position. A large crowd traveled tht 12 miles to Stanwood from Arlington to watch the unique playoff. Arlingtdn was scheduled to play Ferndale Golden Eagles in two 10-minute halves, then the winner ad- vanced to tackle the Bellingham Red Raiders in another set of halves. A lot rode on the mini play that resembled a football pre-season jamboree. After an eight-game season it all came down to two short 20-minute games. The short games leave no room for errors, Eagle Coach Jim Kavaney said two weeks ago and he was right. Two untimely turnovers by Ferndale allowed Arlington to hang onto a 7-0 win in the first matchup. Driving deep into the Eagles own territory Ferndale halfback John Locker completed a 16-yard pass to Greg Finkbonner to give the Golden Eagles a first down on the Eagles nirieayard line during the second half. What looked like an eventual score turned to disaster for the Golden Eagles on the next play. An off-tackle run ended with Eagle Kevin Shepherd recovering a fumble with 5:16 left in the game. The recovery switched the momentum back to-the Eagles who dominated the first half. An exuberant Eagle team drove the opening kickoff 81 yards for the games lone touchdown. Using halfback Darren Peterson and fullback John Hannah on rushing plays up the middle, the Eagles pushed the Golden Eagles back to their own 2S-yard line. Quarterback Tim Richard hit Gary Mumm with a pass at the five-yard line, who fought to the one. Two plays later Cougars wrap up season with 8-1 record Football fans in the Lakewood area have Cougars finished season play with an 8 win and ! loss record. The loss came in the hands of the Arlington Eagles JV team which is a AA division school. First there was Friday Harbor, then Coupeville and Tolt and King's, followed by Arlington, Granite Falls. Sultan" and South Whidbey. All highly competitive teams and all looking to stop the Cougars. Finally the Cougars traveled to Steilacoom for the season finale. Both teams entered the game with a 7 and 1 record. Steilacoom started with a strong drive but not strong they 'were forced to punt early in the game. The Cougars took command and Steilacoom fell as others did. The final score was 15.0, Lakewood. The trip to Steilacoom was more than just another football game, Steilacoom just recently completed construction of its high school facilities, opening their doors this past September. Their student body make up is identical to Lakewood's in that it encompasses grades 9 and 10. Lakewood students traveled to Steila- coom to tour their facility to see what they have to look forward to when Lakewood High School is completed next fall. "Next season. Steilacoom students will be invited to Lakewood to visit, tour and play Adinglon bowling I Illl I I III Men [5251: Bill Welsh. 591-207. 541- lqO; Lonnie Easley. 557-209: Bill Lewis. 554-188: Grant Hakenson. 553-209: Jim Loder, 553-182: Mike Rathert, 550-213. 539-191: Murle Osborn. 542-202. 535-204, Jack Mann, 539.196; Glen Carlson, 538.204; Barney Spielman, 535-190, 536- 214: Kelly Burke, 526-179; Del Gillihan, 529-187. Women 14751: Chris Holsworth. 526- 178. 515-185; Connie Spielman. 525-189. 485-173; Donna Brooks, 524-181: Sandy Lindell. 507.199; Chris Riker. 505-188: Bey Gobin, 502-184; Barb Lyon. 492-189; Jo Bernethy, 4qO-184: Gall Campbell, 486-183: Sue Wilson. 485-184: Stacie Pierce, 484-174: Peggy Wilhelm, 484-172: Gerri Hatfield, 481-180. Seniors Men 1450|t Webb. 522-204; Paul Van Horn. .508-190. 501-199; Ed Paulin, 478.188: Karl Starck, 464-16q; Hugo Magnusson, 458-177. Women 14001= Malena Magnusson, 481- 180, 44%i58: Myrt Paulin, 439-156, 426.155; Hilma McFarland. 409.161. Jtmlor~ .Boys 14001: Dave Guthrie. 524.177: Jeff Haft'mid. 491-178: Howard Lyon. 489-177: Bob Kellogg, 485-173; Dave Rathert. 478-190; Shawn McKenzie., 418-173. Girls [3501: Renee Rathert, 452-166; Christy Tidwell. 364-140: Banmma Boys [300]t Darin Rathert. 386.134; Jim Lyon; 357-137: Dennis Orr. 306.t17; Aaron Hinshaw, 300-110. Girls 12501: Shannon Mann. 364-136; Brandi Mann. 351-133: Jennifer Jones, 322-135; Jan Hatfield. 289-104: Kerry Hoeye, 286-125; Charlotte Turner. 282- 123: Amber Jones. 264-95. Education is one thing everyone gets on the installment .plan. football. Cougar coach. Dick Cardinal. has high hopes for next year's team. "We'll be playing varsity ball in the Cascade A League and we're going for the state championship." Cardinal said. That's quite a goal considering that Lakewood will be playing without seniors against schools with seniors, but coach Cardinal said he would rather set a goal that might be high. "We'd rather set our goal high and if we don't make it, at least we'll have tried. To set a goal any lower would be futile with the talent Lakewood has." he added. 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Hannon capped the drive after busting through a solid Red Raider defense, who had its back to its own goal on the one. The Eagles had a first down at the one, but it took four plays to score. Coffman added the extra point, 7-0. Arlington's large offensive line cut wide gaps in the opponent's defensive lines to break Hannon and Peterson free into the secondary. Hannon was the work horse for the Eagles carrying the ball 19 times for 98. yards. The Eagles drive left Bellingham with 1:23 to attempt to score in the first half. A strong passing attack quickly moved them to the Eagle 20, then Darryl Peterson picked off a Doug Kushan pass at the one. The Red Raiders passing attack helped upset the Eagles 19-18 during the regular season. This time the Eagles stood ready, after working on pass defense late Sunday night. After Richard fumbled at the Eagle 40, Bellingham pushed the ball to the 25 with three minutes remaining in the game. 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