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...from the Canton Repository Saturday November 14,1998...

Geneva at Walsh

n SITE: Fawcett Stadium, Canton, 11 a.m.

n TICKETS: Adults $4; senior citizens $2; Walsh students free with a valid ID.

n BROADCAST: WCER-AM 900 with Jim Clark and Todd Bell.

n RECORDS: Geneva 6-3, 3-2; Walsh 6-4, 2-3.

n LAST WEEK: Geneva 34, Tri-State 21; McKendree 26, Walsh 23, 3OT.

n LAST MEETING: Geneva won 41-7 last season. The Golden Tornadoes lead the all-time series 3-0.

n WHAT TO WATCH: Walsh lost its second straight overtime game last week and its third in a row overall. The Cavaliers have played four overtime games in the last five weeks. Their current three-game losing streak is the longest in school history. Walsh will honor its first full graduating class in pregame ceremonies. Defensive back Ron Carlson is the only Cav who has started in all 31 of the team's games. Nose guard Matt Wood and tailback Damont Skanes, two other members of that class, entered the record books in the McKendree game. Wood led the Walsh defense with a record 26 tackles, breaking his own mark of 19. Skanes had a record 47 carries. He rushed for 236 yards and eclipsed the 1,000-yard mark for the fourth straight season. Skanes has rushed for 1,124 yards in seven games this year and for 4,570 yards in his career. Sophomore placekicker Bryan Baugher also tied a team record last week with three field goals. Geneva's win over previously undefeated Tri-State helped the Golden Tornadoes move up to 15th in this week's NAIA poll. Wide receiver Mike Holaren caught eight passes for 89 yards and three touchdowns against Tri-State to become Geneva's single-season record holder for receptions with 73. Defensive back Mike Bernhart was named the Mid-States Football Association Mideast League Defensive Player of the Week after he registered eight solo tackles, one assist and two tackles for losses against Tri-State.

...from the Canton Repository Sunday November 15, 1998...

Walsh's late threat falls short in defeat

From staff and wire reports

CANTON -- Justin Myers passed for three touchdowns and Geneva's defense withstood a last-minute Walsh threat as the Golden Tornadoes held on for a 35-29 college football victory Saturday at Fawcett Stadium.

Myers completed 17 of 28 passes for 288 yards, including scoring passes of 5 yards to Jon Stevens, 28 yards to Mike Sullivan and 32 yards to Mike Holaren. Holaren had 10 receptions for 206 yards for Geneva.

Walsh (6-5, 2-4) drove to the Geneva 13 in the final minute, but was stopped on downs on four incompletions, dropping the Cavaliers to a school-record fourth straight loss.

Matt Jenson set a Walsh record with his 295 passing yards, completing 20-of-40 passes, including a 25-yard TD pass to Jason Cunningham with 4:39 left that closed the scoring.

Melvin Cobbs ran for 147 yards on 21 carries for Geneva, while Damont Skanes totaled 103 yards on 26 carries with three scores to complete his career with 4,667 yards.