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SFA Bobby Jack -2 - Broncos Meet If comparative scores are any by...
Broncos Meet If comparative scores are any by Richfield's 1-4-1 record indication — and they usually “They can be pretty rough if aren't — tonight’s battle be- they get together.” Weldon said, tween Bryan and R i ch field The SFA mentor knows that the should be”a pretty close game, fierce rivalry between the two Two weeks ago the Broncos schools will help get the Rams to powerful Temple 33-0. ready for tonight’s contest, Last week, Richfield had the The Broncos may go into the same fate by a 49-13 count. Rut game without the services of wjn other figures give the visiting guaI*d Maresh. Maresh suf- ¡or Broncos a clear edge fered a cleat cut on his hand this SF\ will take i 4-2 record into a 8 ainst Heicher and missed the ed s n m nn Paul Tv<nn earty workouts this week when town U. 1 H fnr !h.. rift 1 * 1-4 \ nnrfh ,he cut became ^fected. Other ing than Maresh, though, the Bron- for will be in good physical years. the Richfield's main problem will and be stopping Bryan's explosive The li)(>(; season marked the running game, After being held first time for the Broncos to to a minus 10 yards in the open* may beat all three Waco district op- ing game against Spring the ponent.s and the first victory Branch, the Broncos have rolled ever over Richfield, by a 27 0 up over 200 yards a game in Field for the District 13-4A north /one game. 'I' he Broncos used ros home run for a 35-18 win , over Waco Reicher last week ;md has a chance t.. extend a re- •»mps ™rt bluls«'' cord thev set last season. except for the usual additi on of their last five outing schedule, th< .score. With the Rt-idler to the Broncos could possibly make a clean sweep of the Waco school this year. Bryan coach Doyle Weldon. , „ ... ... . hasn’t hern lulled intn security '¿f/f Leading the charge has been hard-r u n n i n g fullback Billy McGee and shifty tailback Eddie Mendl, Mendl is the team’s lead- Fish ige pt McGee sports a gaudy 10,0 average average after picking up 201 yards against Reicher in 12 carries. The Broncos have stuck on the mi! ground in recent games, but quarterback Tim Brvan and in plit end Tim Vick form a good passing batten if SFA has to move the ball through the air ¡round left end Bryan has hit on 25 of 51 passes Then with four minutes left with 17 of those going to Vick in the ha! U M's Robertson Richfield boasts a good run- boom< d a 11 vard punt to the ner-receiver in chip Volz and a 17 l’a1 -all took it on the g00(| quarterback in southpaw right sideline and cut upfield Hilly Martin The Ram- are ■ ui his long jaunt smaller than last year and just Hiat was all the scoring for alwut match the Broncos in size B; ylor oot it was enough Weldon will go with a starting The !• h arc now 0-2 after los- b a c k f i e Id of Brvan. Mendl »hi then opener to the TCI McGee and Clarence Tavlor Wogs. 17-15 The Cubs are 1-1 >n the season Kevin Karli will start at The i a me was the annual Maresh's guard spot for the only Shrine Benefit with proceeds change on offense The other in early race. from brate hss p m to The m mm g n t hr Shrine-supported auehout Texas. By P Net LshtTur ssiltg Alt Inept hoi 131 2 « g ua rd will be Robert Schiller start with Bubba Vincent and Mike a Conway at tackles and Vick and Tony Boykin at ends. The center will be Ed Slovaeek, and W e I d r. n has made three and changes on defense with Rocky Woodford going to end while an Tommy McDonald and Richard are Mohr move into the interior line.

Clipped from The Eagle20 Oct 1967, FriPage 5

The Eagle (Bryan, Texas)20 Oct 1967, FriPage 5
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