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Lehi Free Press New Utah! - Wednesday, October 21 , 1998 - Page 13 Sports Pioneers edge Park City wrap up region play Friday 29-2- Wilson By Tracy With a big offensive output and a "running bull" in the form of Justin Libberton, Lehi High School's football team won a seemingly tough league battle over improving Park City Thursday at home, Libberton contributed greattotal offenly to the sive show with 156 yards on the ground and four catches for 63 yards, a total contribution of 29-2- 433-yar- 2. d S s 212 yards. He scored once on a carry, once on a reception, and kicked one rd rd n. 2, Lehi's other scores came off Cooper's arm on a pass to Layth Christofferson at 7:41 in the first half and a bomb to Curtis Jex with 15 seconds remaining in the half. Libberton had set up the third score with 15 seconds to go by stealing his second interception and returning it 34 yards where Cooper fired to Jex on the first play, just 53 seconds after Libby's TD run. Jex1 ended the evening with two catches for 62 yards and the TD; Christofferson added two for 41. A.J. Smith was on the receiving end of two passes for 14 yards and four other receivers accounted for 62 yards on one catch each. Park City made a game of it and gave Wasatch scouts something to take home as the Pioneers pass defense allowed Mike Osgurthorpe to complete 16 of 32 aerials for 291 yards and three touchdowns, 40, 30 and 26 yards, respectively. A field goal by Mike Dolan at the 4:31 mark of the third period helped keep the Miners close. Coach Steve Clements felt good about his charges claiming, "We executed our offense better but penalties hurt us and showed our youth and inexperience. Maybe we took Park City a bit too lightly; they seem to have a good attitude and coupled with their young, "JLIJI "'""L""" Hp rd - Cade Cooper passed 26 times and completed 54 percent for 243 yards, three touchdowns and zero interceptions. Coby Wilson, with his injured clavicle, ran nine times for 31 yards and caught one aerial for 8 yards. ' ft Photos by Emily Davis L - - . rabbit popula- with some populations peaking in 1998 or 1999. Rabbit hunting will be fair to good throughout most of the state. Good to excellent hunting is expected in the Division's Southeastern Northeastern, and Southern regions, while hunting will only be fair in the Central and Northern regions. Populations are increasing in the Uintah Basin and Daggett first-yea- double-teame- - County. When hunting cottontails, focus their efforts on dry, brushy draws hunters should Lehi High School will be holding its Camp of Champions basketball clinic Oct. for players up to 9th grade. On Thursday and Friday, the sessions for grade six and younger will be from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.; on Saturday they 29-3- 1 7-- 9, tee-shir- I,, ,Q rC;rjSS L ""rimm1,gmMfl W 41-- year's Lehi tennis team included (front row, from left) Bridgette Glodowski, Shay Calton, Stephanie Carter, Leslie Aldridge, Calloe Fredrick, Amber Wood, (back row) Megan Jenkins, Megan Hadfield, Kayla Casper and Jamee Russon. finish like a w ft T- - Steve Breinholdt Geoff Willis Spanish Fork American Fork Stadium Office ext. 17 798-462- 7 j ext. 17 492-115- 0 today for a no cost, no obligation Mortgage Review 1 M i Brian Luke UNIVERSAL RiverWoods Office L WEST VALLEY EAST 2830 W. 3500 S. . . MURRAY 5690 S. 900 LAYT0N 235 WEST JORDAN SANDY DRAPER 1022 E. W. 3557 7800 5. . 6404 . .967 SUCARHOUSE NO. OGDEN 458 Washington SO. OCDEN 3675 Riverdale E. 12300 3120 S. Main King LOGAN 848 N. Blvd Semi-Glos- s BRICHAM QTY 390 5. Main 318 E. 100 Resists yellowing and fading. 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'jz t V.PAINTS 300 768-700- irvlf mil"- 5. y This OrbifN -- 910 3 , Photo by Emily Davis 4 D0WKT0WN will meet from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. For grades the times will be 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on the weekdays and 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Saturday. The fee of $25 per player t. includes a Registration forms are available at all area schools. The clinic is being directed by LHS head coach Dave and insturcted by his staff and players. Call him at 0 with any questions. Let Jones help you ZIBQuOIIS. s&mt- camp set B-b- all with dense, big sagebrush. No permit is required for jackrab-bits- . For a challenge and enjoyable surroundings, hunters may hunt for the snowshoe hare. Pine forests interspersed with aspen and alder are home to snowshoe hares. When snow falls, hares turn completely white except for their eyes, which remain coal black. Look for movement at the base of trees and shrubs to locate hares when snow has covered the ground. Hare popu; lations are ''tip Hhfoughout much of their range in Utah and hunter pressure is usually very light. . . . Linebacker Eric Wilbur (65) and a Lehi teammate look for blocks to aid the progress of running back Coby Wilson in last week's tangle with Park City. new coach, they are for real." his new middle linebacker spot they prepare for Wasatch up in Heber City Friday night. "They Defensively, Clements felt showed some real ability," comr mentor. that the front line has earned mented the have nothing to lose, and with "Next week we need to get our ,f)ass defense somewhat respect as attributed to their d in many back to basics and work on dis- suspect, we definitely have being instances. "Cody Colledge from cipline," added Clements, as things to work on." Good cottontail hunt predicted as numbers reach towards peak of cycle Cottontail - 42-ya- quarterback Sophomore Lehi's Justin Libberton (18) sweeps around the right side during Friday's game. The senior was credited with nearly half of Lehi's total offensive output last Friday. tions throughout the state are on their way up from the low portion of their 10 year cycle, "J',U,U- ONCUA Six Utah County Locations: American Fork: Orem: 340 E. 1 96 N. West State Road 1200 S. . Spanish Fork: 810 N. Main Provo: 1 900 N. Canyon Road 188 West 5200 North 1502 S. 40 E.