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ran winr i Best Fishing Bet The Inside Story Chuch Voorhis' local bowling column and his story oa the Junior College team Coif Tournament are oa page IS. Bob Balfe's story oa the Florida State League, with the Expos getting the local franchise, Is on page 11 The college roundup of today's football gameaJs on page IS. The biggest run of blues and pompano in Lake Worth since last winter developed Friday, and the outlook is (or continued action on the lake today. Speckled perch are being caught in large num-' bers on the north shore of Lake Okeechobee. Saturday, Nov. 2, 1968 13 Seacrest Still Unbeaten After Pahokee Forest Hill Turns Back Riviera Beach I Palm Beach Post-Times Seacrest Pahokee 41 20 Forest Hill 20 Riviera Beach 12 By CHICK Prep PAHOKEE Not every football coach can come up with a quip after losing a 41-20 decision, but Pahokee's colorful Web Pell T i. G ,i '1 tf ) H Q " J """ x k f Nc-w y-- . : ' had one waiting for Seacrest's midfield following Friday s clash "If it hadn t beenfor those two lucky interceptions, I would have beat you," grinned pell. . "Anyone who throws 50 passes deserves to have a couple Intercepted," shot back the smiling Cooper. Both coaches were exaggerating. It's doubtful that Pahokee's Blue Devils would have won, even if It had not been for the two "lucky" interceptions, (actually the Seahawks intercepted four.) And the Blue Devils didn't really throw 50 passes (James Hickman threw 22 and completed 10 for 159 yards and two touchdowns. ) The game was a wild offensive battle, providing plenty of action for the 2,800 fans In attendance. Seacrest piled up 360 yards rushing in notching its seventh victory without a loss. The defeat was Pahokee's second against four victories and one tie. While the bigger, stronger Seahawks managed to hold Pahokee to 13 yards rushing, they had trouble with the 5-7, 158 pound Hickman until late In the second half. The Hawks Intercepted a pass on the last play of the third period and picked off three more in the final quarter. STATISTICS First Downs 18 7 Rushing Yardage .'WO 13 Passing Yardaye 42 15H Return Yardage 120 131 ' Kicks. Passes. Fumbles! Punls 1-7 1 10 22 4 Punts 2-35.5 3-41.3 Fumbles Losl 1 0 Yards Penalized 35 35 SCORING Searresl 14 7 7 13 - 41 Pahokee 0 13 7 0 W S Matthews 59 run. t Plgnalo kick l S Mack. 7 run i Plgnato kick t P W. Osborne 50 fumble recovery l Mcintosh kick' S Hardin!) run. (Plenatoklcki P J. Osborne 39 pass from Hickman i kick lalledi S Mack 12 pass from Hardin (Plgnalo kirk P Sterling 4 pass fromm Hickman i Mcintosh kick i S-Hardin, 1 sneak (Kick ailed l S Hardin 1. sneak (Pignatoklckl Attendance 2, K) a short pass down the middle and the crowd was on its feet as the end juggled the ball before securing It. Bill Wilson's extra point placement was wide. Forest Hill looked like it might urn the game Into a rout early vhen Hopkins completed his irst four passes as the Falcons oiled to a first down on the Hor-iets' 24. But on the next play his iass was Intercepted. Greg Brown, a defensive half-ack for the Falcons, intercept-d a Harry Saunders' bomb two 'lays later. It was one of two uterceptions for Brown. But It was a booming 39 yard .unt by Forest Hill specialist Dave Merrell that set up the "irst Falcon touchdown. The 'unt was downed on the Riviera Beach one and three plays later Ross Gaffney fumbled In the end one where Todd Kouns pounced on It. Wilson placeklcked the extra point. The Hornets came back to score with 28 seconds left In the second period on a half-yard plunge by Saunders. Mike Broy-less' placeklck hit the goal post and bounced back. That made It, 7-6. The Falcons went In front 14-6 with 6:06 left In the third period when Hopkins hit Abbott In the end zone on 24-yard bomb. Wilson kicked the extra point. It looked for awhile the Falcons were driving for another TD when a rather unusual clip play took place. Hopkins hit Wilson with a pass for a first down on the Hornet 28. The officials marched off 15 yards and made It second down and 25 yards! Three plays later Merrell fumbled the ball In a punt attempt and Clarence Jones scooped It up and streaked 50 yards for a TD. A run for the extra point was stopped short and it was 14-12. Jacobs said later he Is satisfied with his shift of Cushman from quarterback to fullback replacing the Injured Rick Good-ale. "We also changed from a balanced set to a strong set," the coach explained. "It gives us a little more strength and helps our passing, too, because the defense has to key on the strong side against runs." ai.-, a, wmmmmn mi'i"" mm Staff Photo by Until Seemann FOREST HILL HIGH'S GREG BROWN INTERCEPTS RIVIERA PASS . . . During first half action of game at Kettler Field Friday Roosevelt 14 North Shore 6 By ED PLAISTED You would have thought For-st Hill High football Coach ,'erry Jacobs would have been pleased with his Falcons' 20-12 victory over the Riviera Beach Hornets Friday night but he vasn't. "This was one of our oorer games," moaned Jacobs ninutes after the Suncoast 'onference Eastern Division ;ame at Kettler Field. "We jave them both touchdowns and our defense was verv poor." Jacobs did find something that pleased him. The running of fullback Sandy Cushman, the passing of quarterbak Dick Hopkins and the play of offensive ends Tom Abbott and Jim Anderson. Hopkins completed nine of 15 passes for 99 yards and two touchdowns to Abbott while Cushman made 109 of his team's 122 yards rushing. "Abbott and Anderson were Just great tonight In their blocking," gushed Jacobs over the loud Juke box music blaring from the Forest Hill locker room. It was the third straight victory for the Falcons and gives them a 5-2 won-lost record this autumn. The Hornets are now 4-3. The turning point of the game, played before about 2,800, came with 7:42 left in the contest. The Falcons had a fourth and goal on the RB three yard line and they held a 14-12 lead. Hopkins, 6-foot-1 junior, caught Abbott with ''-1 1 V, Staff Pboto by Until SHnan vo led a first half rout, using practically the entire ration of Hurricane running backs, and as many pass receivers as Miami carried for 35-0 lead at Intermission. On the opening series of the game, Ollvo moved Miami from Its own 30 in ten plays for a score. Vlnce Opalsky carried for the final two yards, and Jim Huff kicked the first of five extra first half extra points. Pittsburgh seriously mounted a scoring attack as they had the ball only three times in the first half. h Lake Worth Cardinal OTTERSON Editor Randy Cooper whey they met at at the Pahokee gridiron, The game was only 2 minutes and 32 seconds old when Sea- crest's Dennis Matthews swept his own left end and streaked 59 yards to pay dirt. Before the night was over, Matthews had picked up 146 yards in nine car ries. Adding to the Seachawk's rushing total were quarterback Steve Hardin (16 carries for 83 yards and three touchdowns) halfback Ronnie Mack (8 carries for 78 yards and one TD) and-fullback Bob Allen (10 carries for 56 yards). Hardin completed only one pass, a short one over the mid die which Mack hauled In and toted 42 yards for the score. Tom (the toe) Pignato connected on five of six extra point attempts. The scrambling Hickman's touchdown passes covered 39 yards to John Osbome and four yards to Leopold Sterling. The other Blue Devil TD came when 125-pound Walter Frank Osborne picked up a Seahawk fumble at midfield and raced 50 yards to score. Robert Mcintosh kicked two extra points. GRID DUST Sterling, the leading rusher in the Western Division of the Suncoast Conference, was held to 14 yards In the 13 carries by the hard hitting Seacrest defense. His longest run a 30-yarder on the Blue Devils' first play from .scrim mage, was nullified by a holding penality. . .Pell disagreed with those who claimed Seacrest as big as it was last year. "They're bigger," he Insisted. "Jijst look at 'em". . .Tackle Norm Seab-rook's and linebacker John Sly-dell were defensive standouts for the Blue Devils. Ernest Wll Hams, Woody Larson, Leon Jenkins, Gordon Ready and the 145- pound Mack turned in fine de fensive efforts for the Seahawks 35 Newman 6 well," he said. "This week we turned our practice over to our seniors and they did a great job!" What Mike? about the play of son ' "He played a good ball game," Humphrey understated. What's next for the Trojans? "The big one against Riviera Beach," Humphrey answered. GRID DUST Newman's Cooney and Lake Worth's Benefiel are cousins andmet each other for the first time at Friday's game. Cooney was a defensive standout in a losing cause and set up Newman's only TD with an Intercepted pass. Benefiel scored all of Lake Worth's fourth quarter points . . . Perhaps the loudest Newman rooter from the sidelines was Toby Rask, Newman scatback who raced 99 yards to open the second half In last year's 18-0 Newman upset of Lake Worth. Rask has since graduated . . . Newman athletic booster Barney Grail's Greyhound Lady Debonair stole the halftlme show with a dazzling display on the field . . . Newman hopes to have Its band ready to perform in time for next week's homeco ming against Mia mi La Salle. 8TATRTICS LW 7 275 0 65 First Downs Rushing Yardage Passing Yardage 10 40 411 7-38.0 2 20 - U - Return Yardage ( Kicks. Passes. Fumb es) Passes 1-0-1 Punts 4-32.5 Fumbles Lost 0 Yards Penalized 85 SCORING Ukr Worth 7 14 I 14 Cardinal Newman I I LW Perrv 10 run (Labav Klcki LW Humphrey 2 run (Labayklrkl LW Humphrey 2 run (Labav kU-k) CN Hulett. 1 rim (kirk failed! LW Jacobs 16 run (Labav kick! LW Benefiel 7 run ( Labav kick I I.W-Benefiel 1 run (Krumm kirk! 39 Lincoln Park I I - I Carver I II 7 7 J C Dobson 2 run (run failed! C Wilson 11 pass from Penn (Robinson kick! C Flowers 18 pasa from Penn (kick failed i C Dobson 6 run ( kirk failed! I C Grover 26 runt Robinson kick) back Carl Martin and sprinted 61 yards down the East sidelines and went into the end zone standing up. Sutton thought this was the turning point. "After the penalty," Sutton recalled. "My boys really got fired up. That was the play that gave us the game." Roosevelt added another six-pointer moments later when Martin connected with Marvin Aikens on a 38-yard touchdown pitch for the goal 14-6 score. Coach Bill Hobson's North Shore team came out with Intentions of throwing the ball as quarterback Mark Zammitt passed his first two chances and the results were 21 and 30-yard pickups. Roosevelt, however, was able to contain Zamniitt's throwing without amy damage during the contest. North Shore had Jumped on top In the opening quarter when fullback Henry Williams slammed three yards for the touchdown. GRID DUST - North Shore running back Kevin Smith, out of action since the third game of the year, may soon be back, he said Friday night. "I hope to be playing In two weeks," Smith said. "The treatments on my leg has been coming along good." Smith is sidelined with calcium By TODD OWERS Staff Writer-Lake Worth's talented trio of Mike Humphrey, Chris Perry and MlkeBeneflel hammered Cardinal Newman's line into submission by a 25-6 count Friday night In a high school football game played at Cooley Stadium. By DON BOYKIN Staff Writer Roosevelt's streaking Maroon Devils sat back for three and one-half quarters and waited for North Shore's game Mustangs to run out of gas and then roared to a 14-6 victory in a non-confer ence high school football game at the winners Field. North Shore was in control for three quarters, clinging to a slim 6-2 advantage before a crowd of 1,500. But then the adrenelln ran dry as quick-stepping Charlie Brown raced 61 yards for the winning touchdown with 7:11 left in thi game. Roosevelt Coach Alfonso Sut-on's after-game comment were not surprising. "They (North Shore) outplay ed us for three quarters," Suttor said. "But we really got fired ur in the last quarter and pulled the game out." The win was the Maroon Dev ils' fourth straight after dropping their first three of the season. North Shore which played Friday night with only 23 players is now 4-3. Roosevelt's patented sweep, which has been so effective in the Devils' four consecutive de cisions, was held in check for most of the game but It was the play that finally put Coach Sut ton's charges on top to stay. With North Shore still holding a 6-2 lead, Mustang punter Ron Geek boomed a 34-yard kick from his own eight to 46. But a clipping penalty against Roosevelt pushed the ball back to the Devil 39. Roosevelt was visibly upset by the penalty call and when it came to the line of scrimmage, it was obvious the Devils were fired-up. Brown a 168-pound senior took a pitch-out from quarter BUT BROWN IS BROUGHT DOWN HARD BY JACK EVANS . . . It was Brown's second of two interceptions Hurricanes Crush Pittsburgh, 48-0 Before 600 spectators, the Trojans wore down the young Crusader front wall with 14-point barrages In the second and fourth quarters to gain their fourth victory of the year. Humphrey, a 5-foot-8, 150-pound halfback and son of Trojan Coach Bill Humphrey, was the big ground gainer for Lake Worth. He picked up 195 yards rushing and scored two first half touchdowns. Fullback Mike Benefiel was the Trojans' second-half workhorse and scored both fourth quarter touchdowns. Benefiel set up the game's final score by bulling the ball down the Crusader one yard line on three successive carries and then crashed into the end zone for the tally. Perry raced for 87 first half yards, mostly around Newman's left end and scored the first touchdown on a 10-yard end sweep. Jack LeBay added the point and Lake Worth had a 7-0 lead. With Lake Worth leading 21-0 minutes before the half, Newman showed signs of mounting a drive. Halfback Dan Cleary, a 5-foot-150 -pound senior returned the Lake Worth kickoff 18 yards, to the 45 yard line and on the next play raced 20 yards around end. , After the intermission, Newman linebacker Jim Cooney picked off a Jeff Bankston pass and raced 18 yards, to the Lake Worth one yard line. Fullback Tim Hulett plunged Into the end zone to put Newma.i on the board. Humphrey was pleased with bis team's effort after last week's showing against Forest Hill. "We feel like we played Ca rver Rushing Yardage 148 Passes 7142 Punls i-29.2 Fumbles lost 2 Yards penalized 6 47 SCORING 122 915 2 V26.2 " 1 4 60 -lt I 20 Riviera Beach t I forest Hill 7 17 FH Kouns, recovered fumble, (Wilson, kirk) RH Saunders, 1, run I kirk failed I FH Abbott, 24, pasa from Hopkins, (Wilson, kick! RB Jones. 50, fumble. I run failed I FH Abbott, 3, pass from Hopkins, (kick failed! Marine Weather Small boat forecast for the Florida lower east coast through the Bahamas as far as Nassau and southward through the Florida straits Saturday. Seas lour to five feet. Inland waters choppy. Ollvo directed four second quarter TDs hitting scoring passes to halfback John Acuff, and flanker David Kallna. The other two scores came on runs of three and six yards by halfback Bobby Best. Pltubwik ( I I I - I Miami 7 tt U -41 Mia - Opalslry 2 run ( H uff kick I Mia-Best3run(Huffklrki Mia Acuff t past from Ollvo (Huff kick) Mla-Best6run (Huff kick) Mia - Kallna 11 past from Ollvo (Huff kirk) Mia Bellamy 46 past rom Pytel (Huff kick) Mla.-FG Huff 47 Mia FG Huff 24 A -36.839 of Don Massengale, who shot a 67, and Miller Barber with a 69 for 135s. Charles Coody, Dow Flnsterwald, Ken Still, Bob Smith and Bob Rosburg were bunched at 136 with four more at 137. It took a one-over par 143 to make the 75-man cut for the final rounds Saturday and Sunday lor the 6,677-yard Harding Park course. Most of the top stars In the field made it, Including Doug Sanders at . 137, Chi Chi Rodriguez at 138 and Deane Be-man and George Archer at 139. Belle Glade Crowe Wins Jim Crowe scored his second stocker victory of the young auto racing season Friday night at the Palm Beach Fairgrounds Speedway with only five of the 12 starters finishing the feature race. The Bombers made their debut In three races, with Carl Spears winning the main go. Results: First Heat (Bomber) Red Begtrup, Carl Spears, Ed Sha- frow. Second Heat (Stockers) Paul Conners, Dale Creech, Har old Audalr. Thirs Heat (Bombers) Dan ny Maddoz, Mike Salsby, Mike bhunter. Fourth Heat (Stockers Jim Crowe, Dave Millspaugh, Conners. Fifth Heat (Bombers) Mike Hunter, Curtis Goodard, Buddy Pearce. Sixth Heat (Stockers) Conners, Robbie McCoy, Larry Smith. Bomber Feature Spears, Begtrup, Pete Leufklns. Stocker Feature Crowe, Millspaugh. Hewitt Gains ABERAVON, Wales (AP) Bob Hewitt, 28-year-old Australian-born South African, defeated Mark Cox of Britain, 3-6, 6-3, 7-5 and reached the final of the men's singles In the DeWar Cup Lawn Tennis championship series Friday. He meets Owen Davidson of Australia, who defeated Gerald Battrick of Wales 4 6, 7-5, 6-1 In the title round. deposits in his leg muscles. STATISTICS NS KOOS First Downs Rushing Yardage Passing Yardage 10 58 112 1M M 13 Reutrn Yardage (Kirks, Passes, Fumbles! Passes Punts Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized 818 0 611 2 5-25-8 3-.T3-3 2 1 20 25 SCORING North Shore 6 0 0 0 -6 Roosevelt 0 2 0 12-14 NS Williams 3 run ( Kirk failed I R Safety (Geek tackled in end zone! R Brown 61 run (Kirk blocked! R Alkeni 38 pass from Martin (Kick DtocKea ATT 1,500 26 0 Johnson recovered on the Jupiter 42. It was Resmondo taking an 18-yard pass from Tommy Altman for the second touchdown and Tommy Williams converted Four plays later, Smallwood was back to punt again from his 25-yard line only to have Jack Prevatt and Resmondo put the rush on. BKl I F, GLADE I M I t 26 Jl 'PITER I I I Scoring Summary: Belle lilade Johnson 11 run, (kick failed!. Belle Glade Resmondo 18 pass from Altman, (Williams kirk! Belle Glade Hesmondo recovered blocked punt end zone ( Williams kick l Belle Glade Altman 1 run. I kirk failed! STATISTICS BG Jup First downs 15 6 Rushing yards 19 89 Passing yards ' 143 18 Passes 6-13 210 Passes Intrptd 2 1 Punts 2-34 5-32.5 Fumbles lost 3 0 Penalties 20 40 By PAT PARRISH MIAMI (AFN) - Miami's Hurricanes took a giant step to ward the Pennsylvania state football championship Friday night In an Impressive rout of winless Pittsburgh. In what amounted to little more than a controlled offensive scrimmage for the Hurricanes: Miami rolled 48-0 before 36,039 In the Orange Bowl to post victory No. 5 of the season. Miami Coach Charlie Tate stripped his bench against gun-less Pitt as the Hurricanes posted a 35-01 35 0 halftlme score and added one touchdown and two field goals in the second stanza. Miami must turn its attention to next Saturday afternoon and undefeated Penn State. Quarterbacks David Ollvo and Lew Pytel divided the halves equally. Pytel posted the first score of his college career with a neat 46-yard pass to flanker Ray Belle-my. Huff hit his first field goal In the third quarter on a 47-yard effort. The second came late In the third period from the 14 yard line to account for the Hurricanes' final tally. Olive hit for 16 passes and 190 yards to lead the Hurricane offense. Miami amassed a total offense of 488 yards. Miami Quarterback David Oll Lucky Golf Jupiter BELLE GLADE Red Jen kins' Belle Glade Golden Rams struck for two quick touchdowns in the closing seconds of the sec ond quarter heree Friday and went on to win easily over an oulmanned Jupiter High School eleven, 26-0, before one of the smallest crowds ever to witness a tussle on the local gridiron. After a scoreless first quarter, Charles Johnson tallied the first touchdown from 11 yards out to cap a 50-yard drive. The kick by Sonny Crawford was wide and the Rams led, 7-0, with 7:44 remaining In the half. The Rams completely bottled up the visiting warriors In the first two periods, allowing the visitors but a single first down. With 55 seconds remaining in he half, Gary Resmondo blocked a punt by Buddy Small-wood at the midfield marker and Lincoln Park 0 SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-Vet-eran Billy Capser and baby-faced Dave Stockton moved Into a tie for the lead at the half-way point of the $100,000 Lucky International Open golf tournament Friday with nlne-under-par 133s after 36 holes. Casper, the tour's leading money winner with $183,389, put together seven birdies for a 65, six strokes under par, while Stockton, who celebrates his 27th birthday Saturday, bettered par on six holes during his round of 66. They were two strokes ahead DELRAY BEACH Carver's once-beaten Eagles ran for 199 yards and passed for 196 more en route to a 39-0 win over Lincoln Park Friday night In a high school football game here.