Andy Falls high school football 2, Sep 1973

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I , ' ( If } , W ; Launch Grid Campaign Ram* 14, stem the threat of the ide bat sensational soph Texas Given Nod running back, Ted Butb, It was Butts who remained as h eternal for Lake View until Rio got breathing room ori Osctt Ozuna's swWzilng TD J^atti •jrtn.Maa J| uii-esu.'!' •'• -'ii^Ji7^fWrt'^tf'• QpHO UOlulu niftUw ' wlrP HQD1 nine yards out ta the dosing Minutes of the contest. Butts, a 160 pound soph subbed for regular running back Don Hall who was out with a bad knee, and tuned in ill but 22 yard* of Lake View's 107 ground '"fteP'Rlo's blue and white machine*.playing on a spongy and slick Odd. appeared to have wife* in Its crankcase at times. The offensive thrusts hummed well hi the open country over the first period but sputtered hi the face of Indian opposition dose the Chiefs reservation. In the opening stanza, the Rams cut down the host's offensive unit at the Del Rio 48-yard stripe forcing a punt. The visitors set up operations at Its own eight yard line and banged out three first downs on runs by Ous Ramirez, blasts by Stephen Qulnones. options and one completion by quarterback Mario Hemande*. However, at the Chiefs 30-yard line the Rams met resistance with Chuck Avants, 215 pound blue chipper sparkina the host's defense. David Simpson and Hemandes handled the ball but the Rams wound up with fourth and 18. The Chiefs took over and went to the air. A Larry Balkum toss was stolen by Paul Rosenow -who set up the visitors at the Lake View 21-yard line. Simpson was stopped at the Indian line but Qulnones who wound up with 78 yards to top the border dty carriers burst through the Lake View line and secondary for what looked like a sun scon. A Lakeview pursuer with an angle advantage dove and clicked the big fullback heels and Qulnones, landing on his right forearm saw the ball squirt out and a Chief cover It at the Lake View 4-yard stripe. Two plays later the Rams retrieved the football on a fumble with George McFarlen Hen the Chiefs pow-wowed and stopped the Rams at the one-yard line. Iri turn Del Rio's defense, led by Rusty Chalk. Quinones of the front four and the linebackers jammed the middle for three plays and forced a Lake View punt. The kick dropped dead at the Lake View 80 yard line. This time the Rams, probably irritated by their inability to move in earlier on the ground, went airborne. Intercepted by Fumbles lost Penal ty-ysrds Punts-avg Hernandez tossed a strike to end Bernie Heinn who took the ball easily over bis shoulder with a step on his defender at the one-yard mark and strode in. Keith Stone's PAT pUceHck missed to the right and Del Rio settled for its &Q edge with 7:17 left to the half, Richard Salazar and Ervin Ridout collaborated with Chalk and Qulnones to stop the Chiefs' running game on three plays and forced another punt on 4th and 10. Lake View, battling to keep the Rams 1 bulge to one TD, attacked the Del Rio running game and affected a fumble and recovery at the Rams' 26, With the opportunity of at least a 64 tie oi betUr In view by the half time respite toe Chiefs' fim Brown and Ted Butts picked up a first down HANDY ANDV-MDtl Rio evened up the PAT kick misses with a two-point dash by Andy Falls who sprinted into the end zone untouched Friday nfght against the Lake View Chiefs In San Angeto where the Rams opened the season with a 14-0 win. (News-Herald Photo) DALLAS (AP)-. The University University of Texas collected Zl of 29 first <»tace votes from members of the 1973 Southwest Confer, snce press tour as the favorite to bike the league crown for the sixth consecutive time. Texas Tech edged Southern Methodlstfor second place, 184 points to 179 %, based on eight points for a flrst'place vote, seven for second, and so forth. The final consensus with point totals: 1, Texas 229 % : 2, Texas Tech, 184; 3, SMU 179 Vz; 4, Baylor 134%; 5, Texas A4MM%;8, Arkansas M; 7, Rice74;8,TCU73%. The consensus pick of the touring writers and broad* casters has been correct only three tiroes In 12 tries. Fullback Roosevelt Leaks of Texas nas named the top preseason preseason pick as the most valuable valuable offensive player while SMUto giant defensive tackle, Louis Kelcher, got the MVP nod on the other side of the Une. Quarterback Mike Jay of Texas A&M was voted as the newcomer of the year most likely to succeed. WHITHER GOeST THOUr-Rams' Richard Sslazar (bottom), Tom Caldwell (70), Stephen Quinones (32), George McFarlen (74) and Bemie Herrera (83) encompass Lake View's fullback Jim Brown during the action Friday night at San Angelo. (News-Herald Photo) but Del Rio's defense tightened the screws to take over at Ma own 10»yard mark and ended the first half with a Keith Stone mint that went dead at the Lake View 86-yard line. The final half had more quality and additional quantity from both teams with Del Rio's offensive unit Jelling on the ground for the second TD of the contest Both dubs found excessive ball-handling risky and passing almost a no-no thing. The Rams shut off its aerial action but the Chiefs, caught In the throes of the border trenches spiced its offensive format with a half dozen passes. The Rams and Chiefs skidded back and forth for a scoreless third quarter and played all but the final 48 seconds with nothing more than water-logged uniforms and frustrated tempers to show for it. Then came Del Rio's break and their fine 73-yard drive to 11 plays capped by Ozuna's follow-up of his power sweepers and the scon. Andy Falls ran in with the two-pointer. Another Del Rio scoring threat came wtth but seven seconds showing on the Scoreboard when little Eddie Amdondo stole a Balkum bomb and legged It down to the Lake View 20-yard line. Hen Ram coach Claude Fest sent in his No. 2 unit but time ran out after quarterback Robert Hernandez picked up six yards on the first play from scrimmage. Wet turf, causing treacherous footing and risky ball-handling, marred the efforts of both teams causing three turnovers by each squad and several other self-recovered bobbles. Rains which had fallen in and around San Angelo for a three day and night period left the Lake View field spongy and slick. Both teams had to exchange footballs, after each offensive maneuvers. Stone, Del Rio's punter and place kicker, had probTems off of the PAT attempt tee but was remarkable with his punts, four for right at 40-yaros per kick, and good off of the kickoff stand without a squib. SET-UP-Mario Hernandez (12) lugs the leather for 20 yards Stadium. Raul Dominguez (25) rushes up to help in the and a 1st down to set up Del Rio's second TD in the final blocking department. (News-Herald Photo) minute of Friday night's game at San Anoelo Lake View CINEMA PIAZA starts WEDNESDAY inere can onftDe one'EMPEROR OF THE HORTH' fc&m ry i -^sm!^:LrJ A "Someday" Service You'll Want To Know About, NOW. It's SOS (Special Organizational Services) that, as a good neighbor, we offer all in the community at the time of a death in the family. Our SOS staff, specially trained to assist you, can be of great help at that difficult time. We want you to have the details. They're contained within "SOS Record of Personal Information" — a booklet which is yours for the asking. To obtain your free copy, stop by - or call or write Wanda Mayfield at our bank. The telephone number. 775-2426. SOS IS NOT • legal counsel . . . our advisors will point out areas where legal counsel is definitely indicated • accounting service. Insurance underwriter or

Clipped from Del Rio News Herald09 Sep 1973, SunPage 11

Del Rio News Herald (Del Rio, Texas)09 Sep 1973, SunPage 11
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