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J-Hawks 13 Dubuque Hempstead 7

One of their titanic encounters of the 1970's was this one at rainy, muddy Dalzell Field. Leaders in the hard-fought victory were Gregg Trosky, Mark Witting and Ron Rooney.
J-Hawks 41 Kennedy 6

Jefferson's offense was in high gear in their October 23rd clash with the city rival Cougars. Quarterback Brad Trickey's machine rushed for 280 yards and went in the air for 141 more. Emmett Doolin led their ground attack and Doug Holland led the stubborn defense.
J-Hawks 19 Washington 6

A crowd of 12,500 watched the Blue end a two-year jinx with a convincing win over the Cross-town Red. Coach Jack Fisk commented:
"Did you ever see such a beautiful job on defense!"
J-Hawks 19 IC City High 14

An estimated 8000 raucous fans at Kingston watched Jeff stun the Number One-rated Little Hawks. It was Jeff's first MVC championship since 1976. Blake Tiedtke netted 163 yards and two scores to lead the Blue offense.
J-Hawks 20 Washington 10

Jeff's first MVC football champions defeated the Warriors behind the passing of Quarterback Don Rajtora, key receptions by Tom Harrison and Jim Gorsch, an interception by Bob Fulton, and the running of Dennis Fitzgerald.
J-Hawks 42 Linn-Mar 0

Led by tailback Ashton Northern, the Big Blue scored on their first four possessions en route to the lopsided outcome. He scored on runs of 38, 53, and 57 yards in the game's first ten minutes!



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