Robert Jernigan Brazosport Facts - 23Sept1958 - 2
Weekly Feature ... BHS Coaches Pick Gridders [ I j j It only lasted two quarters, • back Milburn Emmons kept the but !tul the Brazosport Expor- Exporter running game in high tie! ter ? had their share of out- high gear at Lufkin. standing players in last Fri-j Both Jernigan and Bennett: day's Lufkin game } were offensive starters for Wil-i After looking over the game son's Exporters, while Pybus< film, Brazosport coaches have' and Kimbrough held down star-' -'picked four individual gridders ting roles on the defensive side. * Mhflt flifrtorl In urhat thav t*nn~ All fnur nt +knc« ttriArlnt-c al. I that turned in what they con- All four of these gridders al- sidered the best games. [so turned in top performance* This week's selection includ-' in the Exporters opening game, ed the top offensive and defen-i which was against Houston's sive back and lineman This!Jeff Davis. The Exporters won'p will be a weekly feature of the that game, 24-0. ] Brazosport Facts in running aj 6 i brief story and a picture, when O'soace is available, of some of I 32 the players. I 30j The offensive "Back' of 'the! Week" honors goes to 195- pound Jujlback Doyle.JUennett, "Back" of " Week " was hard-hitting Dale . of 2, Kimbrough. In the line, Jack Pybus was singled out as the defensive "Lineman of the Week", while Robert Jernigan hauled In-the honor for* the offensive crowd. These selections were made by head coach Kenneth Wilson, and his staff of L. Z. Bryan, 3oyd Tingle, June Davis, Flash Walker, James Cox and Johnny Johnny Redden. Each Sunday afternoon the Srazosport coaches will go over the film from the past Friday lame and grade the players un heir performances. The gridders with the highest grades will grab individual honors honors that week. Things such as blocking, tackling, tackling, hustle, spirit and various other things will be taken Into consideration when the. BHS coaches are grading the films. In the Lufkin game, which was called off after two quarters because of rain and broken glass, Bennett was a key player In the Exporter drives. The Senior fullback It cur- 'ently the Exporters leading scorer with 12 points and also :he top ground gainer. Kimbrough was nothing short of sensational on defense as Ime and time again he broke hrough the Lufkin line from ils outside or corner linebacker spot to spill the Panther's Oon- nle Wallace for losses. Kimbrough and Fybus, a jun- oir guard, were key players in holding off the only Lufkin serious scoring threat, that on the Ship five-yard line for four plays. On fourth down, Kimbrough and Pybus broke through the line to dump Lufkin quarterback quarterback Ronnie Hurst for a three yard loss on a pass try, and the Ships took over on the eight. Jernlgan's blocking in the Ine was one of the main reason* reason* that Bennett and quarter- JUMIOH d.f.nilYt i». Jack Pybui, above, hiultd in iht honor* of "Defensive Line- Dim oi the W*tk" for play against Lufkin. Th» selections were mad* by Exporter < »•• chti.