Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, October 04, 1968, Image 3

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OCTOBER 4, 1963 EVERGREEN PAGE 3 L i o n s S t u n g b y e v i . The Lincoln County High School Lions suffered their first conference loss of the football sea­ son to the Stevensville ■Yellowjackets on Saturday, September 28. were defeated home field in The Lions ' on the a ' hard L i o n s o v e r D e v i l s - 1 2 - L The Eureka Lions' Homecoming game, on Saturday, Sept­ ember 21,was one of high team spirits and happy moments as the Mighty Lions went on to win their second confer­ ence game. The Lions proved their ability to defeat the Corvallis Blue Devils in a hard fought game, though the weather was unfavorable. The two Eureka touchdowns of the eveniiig were made by .Darris Flanagan and Steve_ Mikalson, bringing the total score to Eureka, 12, Corvallis 6. The touchdowns and playing of the Lions were helped considerably by .Wayne Wick and Darris Flanagan in the second half of the game, this help was sparked by the kiss of the Queen, Karmel Livesay, at Half time. Great thanks xiere expressed to the Queen for her inspiration! fought game.. Darris Flanagan and Ed Thoms scored the two Lion touch­ downs, which brought Eureka's final score to 12. The Yellowjackets were strong on defense and held the Lions to a mininum of touchdowns. The final score of the game was 32- 12, in the Yellowjackets' favor. Even after suffer­ ing a loss, the team was in high spirits and have been practicing especially hard for this week’s game against the Poison Pirates. The team spirit this year is quite high, and a former LCHS athlete says that;the spirits are even higher than last year. It is hoped that the spirit of the student body will equal that of the team's in this week's game! •n y ‘ ; b S P O R T S J V s L o s e : t o W H I T E F I S H HI- 1 2 The Lincoln Lion's vJV team was defeated by the Whitefish Bulldog's JV team in a home game played Thursday, September 26. The final score was White- fish 47,: Eureka 12. It seemed that the Bulldogs were going to walk ' away with the game. Whitefish scored the first two touch­ downs of the game in the first quarter. But the Eureka team came back with Mark Fowler making the first touchdown for ’ the Lions by catching a pass and running it into the in-zone. During the sec­ ond quarter the Eureka defense held the Bulldogs to no touchdowns. The second Eureka touchdoxm was made on a pass to the left end who also ran it into the in-zone. This outstanding run was made by Bob Shirley. Eureka missed the * try for both extra points arid1the half- time score was Eureka 12, Whitefish 13. In the sec­ ond half of the game, the ! Whitefish team dominated the1 Eureka JV's. The Lions just couldn't make a move. The final'score was White- fish 47-Eureka 12. L 0 N S R U M P 0 H V E P R I P R A

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 04 Oct. 1968, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1968-10-04/ed-1/seq-3/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.