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P. 4 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1 I, 2010 THE OSKALOOSA INDEPENDENT Sports Panthers' second half surge crushes Bears by Dennis Sharkey The Oskaloosa Bears bowed out of the playoffs early by getting thumped 40-6 by top seed St. Mary's Colgan- Pittsburg in Class 2A first round playoffs. The final score is not indicative of how the game played out and the Bears had a chance to take a lead as the second quarter wound down. The Bears trailed only 7-6 at the half after Jake Buscher scored on a four-yard touchdown run but a two- point conversion try by Levi Wade fell short. The Bears then stopped the Panthers on fourth-down and went into the locker room down by one. The Bears were able to keep the Colgan offense off the field most of the first half by dominating the time of possession and running more than twice the offense plays than the Pan- thers did. The Panthers got the ball first in the second half and used only four plays to extend the lead to 14-6 when Col- gan quarterback Andy Farmer found Christian Smith on a screen pass that turned into a 49-yard touchdown. Colgan then pinned the Bears back to their own 14-yard line on the kickoff. The Bears' offense struggled to move the ball on first- or second- down but quarterback Adam Bowser completed three straight passes on third-down to keep the drive alive. But the drive ended on the Panthers' 26-yard line when a pass at the goal line intended for Levi Wade was batted away on fourth-down. Colgan then marched the ball 74 yards, aided by two personal foul calls on the Bears and pour tackling, to extend the lead to 21-6. Again the Colgan kickoff team Photo by Dennis Sharkey Oskaloosa Bear Levi Wade triedsto break a tackle during the third quarter of Friday's playoff loss to St. Mary's Colgan 40-6. Wade and the rest of the Bears had a tough time running the ball against the Panthers. pinned the Bears deep setting them up at the 13-yard line. The Bears again began to move the ball out of their own end on two consecutive first-down plays that put the ball at the Bears 41 yard line. However, Colgan's defense made adjustments and sacked Bowser on second- and third-down and push- ing the Bears back to their own 21-yard line and forced a punt. Colgan used four plays and ex- tended the lead to 28-6 with 10:26 left in the fourth quarter. Matters only got worse for the Bears from that point. Dalton Ricketts fumbled the ensuing kickoff after it appeared he would get a big return. The Panthers recovered at the Bears' 44-yard line and turned it into a touchdown. Adam Bowser would throw an interception on the Bears' next pos- session that would turn into points. Ricketts then fumbled the ensuing kickoffagain and the Panthers would punch the ball in on fourth and goal for the final score. The Bears were held under 100 yards rushing by gaining only 95 yards. Colgan was able to gain 233 yards on the ground. Mark Newell led the Bears with 67 yards on 18 carries. Wade had 26 yards on eight carries and three catches for 43 yards. Bowser completed seven of his 14 passes for 96 yards. Oskaloosa Bears 2010 season stat leaders Passing Comp. Att. Yds. TD Int. Adam Bowser 35 65 683 8 2 Receiving No. Yds. TD Levi Wade 18 434 3 Sheldon Malicke 5 64 Jake Buscher 4 47 2 Doug O'Brock 5 72 Dalton Ricketts 2 66 Rushing No. Yds. TD Mark Newell 142 1,020 12 Levi Wade 131 943 17 Jake Buscher 134 902 8 Dalton Ricketts 31 251 5 Adam Bowser 22 44 1 2-Pt. 4 14 8 1 Tackles Tckls. Asst. Tot. Mark Newell 60 34 94 Jake Buscher 59 28 87 Levi Wade 67 15 82 Doug O'Brock 45 19 64 Sheldon Malicke 28 17 45 Dalton Ricketts 28 9 37 Sacks Jake Buscher 6 Mark Newell 4 Sheldon Malicke 3 Levi Wade 3 Matthew Henry 2 Alex Garst 2 Austin Trowbridge 1 Doug O'Brock 1 Interceptions Levi Wade 5 Patrick Griffitts 4 Adam Bowser 2 Dalton Ricketts 2 Jake Buscher 1 County news and photos at Photo by Dennis Sharkey , champ on s we,co me Ill The Oskaloosa girls volleyball team caught a ride on an Oskaloosa Fire Department truck last Thursday, Nov. 4, around the square to celebrate the Class 2A state championship the team won last month. Members of the team include: seniors Halley Kelly, Jessie Beach, Kristin Brey, juniors Brooke Beach, Rachel Schmanke, Haley Pfau, Jordan Miller, Lakin Thompson, sophomores Taylor Willits, Erin Dowser, Nicole Kruse and freshman Megan Grother. Head Coach Tosha Landau and Assistant Coach Taylor King. • .X"' " '.  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For more information, go to kfb.org/memberbenefits • High Plains Journal-I yr-$54; 2 yr-$100; 5 yr-$225 • Stroke Detection Plus-g40 discount on full wellness profile. Go to www.strokedetectionplus.com for details. • Choice Hotels-Save 20% off published rate. Advance reservations required. Call 800-258-2847 ADC • Land's End--10% discount on Business Outfitters line. http://ces.landsend.corTVK$FB or call 800-916-2255 • Grainger-Discounts on maintenance, repair, operations ancl safety products, www.grainger.com or 877-202-2594 • Hotel Savings Program-10% off at participating hotels. Advance reservations required. 877-670-7088 ADC • Valley Vet Supply-10% discount specified products through catalog, online www.valleyvetcom or in Marysville, KS store. ADC • T-Mobile-New customers call 866-464-8662. Existing T-Mobile customers call 877-453-8824. ADC • Nex-Tech Wireless Affinity Program-15% off current published rates.Take FB number and Nex- Tech Wireless/KFB Offer Flyer to Nex-Tech store. Certain restrictions apply. • Sherwin-Williams-10% discount on regular-priced items at any of the 50 stores located in KS or the 3,400 participating stores nationwide. ADC For ADC (Account Discount Code) & more information, go to www.KFB.org/memberbenefits --Automatic Benefits-- , Reward Program-g1000 reward upon felony conviction of theft, arson or vandalism against a members policy. • Member Protector-g1000 accidental & dismemberment • Exclusive Subscription--Kansas Uving • Insurance-Service from your Farm Bureau Rnancial Services Agent for all your insurance needs. News Benefit planned for Trevor Roberts The "Team Trevor Benefit" for Trevor Roberts is this Saturday, Nov. 13, at the Stan Braksick Sports Com- plex in McLouth. Gates open at 10:30 a.m. with many activities including bingo, live music, kids carnival, face paint- ing, karaoke and a silent auction. Proceeds from the event will help Trevor and his family pay for medical expenses. Cost-share sign up The Jefferson County Censer- vation District will have a Water Resources and Non-Point Source Pollution Cost-share sign up between Nov. 15 through Dec. 31. Cost-share funds will be available after July 1 for eligible practices. As in the past, cost-share will be avail- able for a variety of practices includ- ing gradient and tile outlet terraces, waterways, diversions, filter strips, grade stabilization structures, water and sediment control basins, aban- doned well plugging, un-permitted dumpsite remediation, pasture and hay-land plantings, on-Site Waste Water Systems, etc. A priority ranking system will be used to distribute the funds. Applications can be made at the Oskaloosa office. Honor rolls released at McLouth Middle The McLouth Middle School first quarter honor rolls have been re- leased as follows by Principal Mike Bogard: Principal's honor roll, 4.00 or above grade point average: 8th grade--Nic Bair, Jacob Bow- man, Rebecca Boyd, Summer Cerny, Jacob Copeland, Wyatt Hermann, Emily Hoffhines, Sarah Miller, Samu- el Rainey, Travis Riley, Faith Schmal- stieg, Jessica Smarker. 7th grade---Nikki Myers. 6th gradeKayleigh Boos, Katie Gill, Celia Taylor-Puckett. Gold honor roll, 3.99 to 3.50 gpa: 8th grade--Marah Baldwin, McK- enzie Campbell, Jace Carlton, Olivia Coulter, Jack Courtney, Angela Dai- ley, Hannah DePriest, Emma Evans, Kevin Gann, Jordyn Johnston, Kait- lin Olliff, Callie Rice, Wyatt Troupe, Cassidy Tullis. 7th grade-- Jack Arnett, Luke Berry, Tristan Funk, Jacob Garza, Sergio Hernandez, Branden Logan, , Lichen McHenry, mna Moore, Re* ..... becca Nowlan, Joseph Raya, Jessica ..... Rogers, Hunter Terrell, Mackenzie Thummel, Dominique Tullis. 6th grade--- Brody Troupe, Ryan Achter, Sydney Bogard. Purple honor roll, 3.49 to 3.00 gpa: 8th grade--Nick Barber, Ryan Bristol, Jesse Carter, Keith Carter, Malik Felix, Griffin Hayden, Danielle Klotz, Dylan Stauch, Hunter Steffey, Susan Wampler, Harley Whitmire. 7th grade--Samantha Beaty, Jason Bristol, Remington Courter, Meshalya Garcia, Kiana Hernandez, Ryan Stotler, Grant Swearngin, Jahna Walburn, Marcus Wise. 6th grade: Cassidy Barnes, Travis Bartlett, Levi Blevins, Tori Bristol, Leif Cruse, Christian Haggett, Tuck- er Ireland, Mystikal Randal, Braden Schneider, Hannah Sparks, Jacob VanDyne, Seth VanNostrand, Josh Welsh, Tanner Zink, Zachary Zule. 7 a.m. to 4p.m. I II MG re  toV li Ist U   reed   durF°i°ndg;ehreVdY. ' For more info. call: , 1-785-246-3621,