Vikings And Purple Knights Open Conference Play
Parker Wins First Game 28-6: At Beloit Memorial, Friday, August 29, 2008

Parker quarterback Ryan Shelton tries to turn the corner.


Viking fullback Tyler Kartman takes advantage of a running land created by Alex Craker [75] and Calvin Nauer [88].


Aaron Eicher [63] is pictured kicking off to begin the game at Jacobson Field on the campus of Beloit Memorial High School. Eicher had two touchbacks on kickoffs and had 4 PAT's.

The Janesville and Beloit football rivalry began in 1895.


Above: Viking linebacker Paul Tlusty [41] made an early defensive play that helped set the defensive tempo of the game for Parker.


Above left: Fred Hewitt and Matt Houchin [60] pressure the Beloit quarterback. Above right: Lucas Comstock [36] and Jacob Bailey [47] pursue to the ball. Below: Matt Houchin [60], Alex Koel [3] and James Studzinski [50] pressure the punter.



Left: Cody St. Michael returns a punt.


Above: Fiirst half action. The Vikings scored once in each quarter as they won the game 28-6.


Andy Vaca [68] and James Studzinski [50] on defense.


Paul Tlusty [41] saved a touchdown by tackling the Beloit fullback on a breakaway run.


Above: Cornerback Sam Enerson [1].


Above: Third quarter action.


Right: Aaron Eicher [63] on a successful PAT.



Above [Clockwise]: LaVell Hewlett making a cut. Hewlett follows the blocking of his tight end Calvin Nauer. Quarterback Tyler Teubert hands off to Tyler Kartman as Jason Solles leads the blocking. Teubert rolls right as he looks for a receiver. Jason Solles [2] takes advantage of good blocking by the offensive line to pick up a first down.


Above [L-R]: The offensive line - Hayden Simonis, Aaron Eicher, Tyler Brossard, Sam Walli, Alex Craker, and Calvin Nauer. Below: '8' Power.





Above [L-R]: Nolen Leach [sophomore and varsity assistant coach], Joe Flister [Former Parker player and volunteer sophomore coach], Phil Austin [former Parker player, volunteer coach] Al Fagerli [WCLO sports director], Clayton Kregar [Former Parker player, volunteer coach]. John Nevins [Retired Van Buren principal, color man on WCLO football broadcasts], Eric Skrzypchak [Parker ninth grade football coach who scouts games and also films varsity contests], and Beloit radio station broadcaster.