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Palm Beach Post-Times Best Fishing Bet The Inside Story More high school football, a college football roundup, jai-alai and dog racing results appear on Page IS of today's Post Times. Ed Buckow'i Outdoors column. Chuck Voorhis' bowling roundup and a story on the LPGA Tournament at Pine Tree Club are on Page 14. Pompano, pom pa no and more pompano. That has been the story in Lake Worth for several days, and it looks like there will be more of the same today. Sailfish and dolphin are running offshore, and mackerel and pompano will be in the St. Lucie Inlet area. Saturday, Nov. 23, 1968-13 Alert Vikes Spear Maroon Devils For Title Sterling Stashes Silver Cup For Blue Devils Kennedy 39 7 Pahokee Belle Glade 28 7 Roosevelt By CHUCK OTTERSON Prep Editor Kennedy's explosive Vikings socred two touchdowns in 14 seconds Friday night and went on to rout arch-rival Roosevelt High 39-7 to win the Atlantic Conference football championship. With 6,250 Cooley Stadium fans and thouands of television viewers looking on, Roosevelt battled the favored Vikings to a virtual standoof in the first quarter. But Tommy Toombs connected on a pair of TLVpassesMate in the second period and Kennedy took a 14-0 lead to the dressing room at halftime. Roosevelt's Maroon Devils refused to quit, however, and held ( it OA x r J fffi .,- - r , : ' ff f " a . a, ifc-.-. . hum i i mimmmmimmmmmm ff J li.W mmmi mc unuedieii viMiigs scoreless tor finer nuuseveil s JaCKie Stringer recovered a Kennedv fumble at the Maroon Devil 32, Roosevelt coughed the ball right back up on the next play. After a wild scramble. Kennedy's James (Jackie) Myers recovered at the Roosevelt six. Toombs was spilled by Lloyd Fuller for a five-yard loss on an attempted bootleg, but little Al-vonzo Clark shot up the middle 11 yards for the touchdown, giving the Vikings a 20-0 lead with 3:09 left in the third period. Following the kickoff, Roosevelt Coach Alphonso Sutton sent Emanuel James in to replace Carl Martin at quarterback. James threw one incomplete pass, then fired one right into the arms of Kennedy linebacker Everett Mitchell, who intercepted at the Roosevelt 47 and raced Staff Photo By Ursula Seemann up too late are Devils Ronnie Hunt (No. 24) and Roger Howzcll (No. 64). TOUCHDOWN - Kennedy High's Henry Coleman (No. 80) is tackled as he crosses the Roosevelt goal line by the Maroon Devils' Alfred Reed (No. 13). Also coming By DON BOYKIN Staff Writer PAHOKEE - The Bill Young Trophy a handsome piece of sterling silver is awarded each year to the winner of the Belle Glade-Pahokee game. Friday night. Pahokee's Blue Devils made good use of its own Sterling a high stepping tailback by the name of Leopold Sterling to sweep past the rams, 28-7 and capture the Suncoast western division title and the coveted trophy. Sterling, a 180-pound junior, and the leading rusher in the Suncoast West, was held to only 25 yeards the first three quar ters as the Blue Devils maintain a surprising 14-7 bulge, as the audience of 4,000 looked on this briks evening. Then Sterling regained his normal running style for 132 yards in the fourth quarter, 72 yards coming on a dazzling touchdown jaunt which gave Coach Webb Pell's Devils a 28-7 margin. The Ace Pahokee running back, finished the night with 167 yards in 16 carries and scored three touchdowns. The game was of its tradition al nature, a hard-fought battle, even though Belle Glade was a decisive underdog coming into the affair with 3-5 mark. Pahokee finished the season with a 7-2-1 record and a spotless 5-0 slate in conference play. Belle Hade ends its schedule Wednesday night against Leonard. The first half was all Belle Glade, despite 7-7 intermission score. The Golden Rams had 11 first downs to Pahokee's four. And out rushed the Devils 145 -to 40 with fullback Eddie Mc Glam-ory gainingyardsof that total. But the last 30 minutes of the contest was an entire new game. Pahokee's defense held Coach Red Jenkin's club to only two second-half first downs and 39 yards total offense. Sterling and company meanwhile were quick to unleash their much-touted running game and came back for 161 yards rushing and 47 passing in route to 21 points and the game. Pell's answer to what type of adjustments the Devils made during halftime was a simple one. Boca Raton Leonard By ED PLAISTED Executive Sports Editor BOCA RATON Joe Pribil stood in his undershorts dripping wet after his happy Bora Raton him trom his othce to the shower. Ihe dressing room was a bedlam Friday alter the Bobcats closed their season with a 13-12 upset over Leonard's Lancers. "I just can't figure it out," said Pribil who learned his football in Johnson City, N.Y. "Their quarterback (Charles Close) is a fine passer and I can't figure out why he didn't pass more. We were prepared for their passing most of the evening except on "We knew they were going to run", he said. "We just buckled up and stopped them." Friday night's win gives Pahokee a 13-12 advantage in the ancient rivalry between the two Glades cities. Four games have ended in ties. After a scoreless first quarter. Pahokee took an early lead following John Osborne's interception of Belle Glades quarterback Williams' pass that gave the Devils the ball at the Rams' 15, on second play of the second period, four plays later Sterling bucked in for the TD from eight yards out to give Pahokee a 6-0 lead. Robert Mc Intosh then kicked the Devils into a 7-0 advantage with 9:04 left. The lead was shortlived, as Belle Glade came right back, following the ensuing kickoff and marched 72 yards in 13 plays with Ernie Sanchez going in for the six-pointer on a 12-yard scamp. Sonny Crawford's PAT made it 7-7 with 2:51 reaminaing in the first half. It was obvious Pahokee had realigned its defenses during hall'time ceremonies, as it held Belle Glade without a first down following the second-half kick-off. Following Gary Resmondo's punt to the Ram 41, the Devils moved to the go-ahead touch-odwn in three plays with a Jim Hickman-to-WalterOs born pass netting the final 31 yards. Mcintosh then kicked his second of four perfect placements and gave Pahokee a 14-7 advantage. Sterling then did the rest. GRID DUST - Even though it was a cold night, there was no coffee available at the concession stand, with only Cokes offered. .Norman Seabrooks turned in an outstanding defensive performance for Pahokee. -.Tony Rodriguez and Gary Res-mondo were standouts defensively for the Rams. .Fans were treated to a spectacular pre-game ceremony which featured 50 majorittes ranging from 10 to 17 in age. STATISTICS Bellt Glade Pahokee First Downs 13 II Rushing Yardage 185 201 Passing Yardage 0 62 0-3-2 3-6-0 428 5 5-30 9 Passes Punts way, it looks like Boston because of a tougher defense, even without Nick Buoniconti. Denver 14, Buffalo 7 Marlin Briscoe is a better second-string quarterback than Ed Rutkowski is a fifth-string quarterback. NFL Baltimore 21, Minnesota 14 Suddenly potent Viking defense should be just a little overmatched in possible preview of Western Conference title game. Los Angeles 31, New York 14 Rams havent exploded offensively for a long time, and Giants aren't about to pull another Dallas. San .Francisco 28, Pittsburgh 14 San Francisco could let down after near upset of Rams, but Steelers wouldnt be able to take advantage of it anyway. Detroit 8, New Orleans 14 -Lions' offense should come alive after having scored only one touchdown in last 19 quarters. Cleveland 38, Philadelphia 7 Browns have five-game win streak, Eagles 10-game losing streak. Neither is about to end. Dallas 35, Chicago 10 - Even if Don Meredith's knee keeps him from playing too much, Dallas without Meredith is too much for Bears without Sayers. Green Bay 24, Washington 10 Packers, believe it or not, are still in Central Division race and intend to stay there. St. Louis 31, Atlanta 14 - The same goes for the Cardinals in the Century Division even if Atlanta has another Paul Hornung in Harmon Wages. most oi the third quarter. all the way for a TD. A glance at the clock showed only 14 seconds had elapsed since Alvonzo Clark's touchdown. Roosevelt finally got on the )oard with four seconds left in the period when Anthony Wallace picked up Henry Coleman's slow-rolling punt at his own 34 ind streaked 66 yards to pay dirt. Most of the Kennedy players, waiting for the ball to roll dead, were caught flat-footed on the play. Coach Ben McCoy's Vikings scored twice more in the final quarter. The first TD came .vhen Kennedy end George Deacon i Greene put a tremendous rush on Martin, knocking the ball loose in the end zone. In the scramble for the ball.! Kennedy guard Alfred Paulk stole a Daee out of the book made famous by Wrong Wav Corrigan. Rov Reigels and Jim Marshall. Paulk nicked ud the loose ball and began racing to ward his own goal line. He was tackled about the Roosevelt 15, but the officials signalled a touchdown, since he had picked up the ball in the Maroon Devil end zone. The last TD followed Mitchell's third interception of the night and came on a 14-yard burst off right tackle by Sam Clark. Coleman booted his third extra point to produce the final score. GRID DUST - Taned inter views with players, coaches and cheerleaders were played over the public address system dur ing the game. Mitchell received the Outstanding Travelers Auto mobile Association's Plaver Award, presented by Al Hardee The touchdown Dass from Toombs to Menendez covered an estimated 60 vards in the air STATISTICS K II 172 101 90 First Downs R 2 22 5 205 Rushing Yardage rassmg Yardage Return Yardage (Kicks. Passes, Fumbles) Passes A.ii-n 117-3 7-359 5 42 - 39 Punts J.ii ; Fumbles Lost 3 Yards Penaiiied 63 SCORING Kennedy o 11 it n Roosevelt a a t n - 7 K Coleman I pass trom Tonmht rr nia. man kick) K Menendftf 30 rutti frnm TMmK. (Coleman kick) K - A Clark II run (run failed) K Mitchell 47 nn& interrcntlnn ibiL failed) R - Wallace 66 Dunt return fRurmunh, run) K - Paulk recovered fumble in anri mnm (kick tailed) K - S. Clark 14 run (Coleman kick) Attendance 6,250 Net Meeting Set Monday The North County Tennis Association plans its fall meeting at the First Federal Savings and Loan Association building in Lake Park Monday at 8 p.m. Featured will be a color movie of the NCTA sponsored men s singles round robin tournament, held in September. Also, Dick Van den Bosch, the association's new tennis professional, will be introduced to the membership for the first time. Van den Bosch will report on the progress of his recently instituted instructional tennis program in the north county area. Seals Seek More Scoring Punch OAKLAND (AP) - The Oakland Seals of the National Hockey League said Friday they were calling up center Mike Laughton from Cleveland of the American Hockey League, hoping to bolster a sagging scoring attack. The Seals, who are in fifth place in the West Division of the NHL, said they would try to trade center Billy Harris, who has not scored a goal this season. Failing that, they would send him to the minors. Laughton, who will play Saturday in Philadelphia, has scored three goals and made six assists with Cleveland. He played 35 games with the Seals last year. .'. -y I .r'ri " '.' . Vf": vf-nY - Chargers Picked Over New York (Staff Photo By Lou Payna) ran in for a touchdown. Boca Raton players include Rick Wadkin's (No. 26), Tony Orpesa (No. 20) and Don Caylor (No. 80). PILEUP ON GOAL LINE -Leonard High QB Charles Close (No. 13) is underneath a pileup of players on the Boca Raton goal line Friday night after he 13 12 High football players had carried Scalzi and Dan Dugan. Fullback Tom Nolan and halfbacks Orpe-sa and Morris were cited for theiroffensive play. GRID DUST: Boca didn't draw penalty until 1:56 left in game . . Close threw his first pass at 10:21 of the third period . . . Both bands did fine job at halftime . . . Large group of Leonard followers made trip . . . Boca cheerleaders Lenora Ha-zelwood, Lynne Oldrc. Jen Rav-nal, Kathy Manella. Jan Hoffman, Debbie Green man and Linda Shutis did fine job. So did Leonard cheerleaders . . . Officials did fine job with no protests from either bench . . . STATISTICS Leonard Boca Raton First Downs 7 Rushing Yardage 80 Passing Yardage 27 Passes 27-0 Punts 5-16.0 Fumbles Lost l Yards Penalized 10-103' t SCORING Leonard 6 0 0 6 Boca Raton 0 0 6 7 L - Close Uunlkick tailed) 17 164 25 2-6-0 1-45 0 3 2-10 - U - 13 BR - Morris 38 run (kick tailed) BR - Orpesa 2 run (MacWilliams, kick) L Dunn Upass Irom Close I run failed) Richelieu GC Leads Golfing LOST TREE VILLAGE -The Richelieu Valley Golf Club team from Vercheres, Quebec, maintained its lead at the end of 54-holes of play in the all Canadian Pro-Am at the Lost Tree Club Friday. The second place LaSalle Golf Club of Verdun. Quebec, which trailed by two shots at the end of 36, picked up a stroke with a 186 total on rounds of 65-61-60 to 185 for Richelieu on rounds of 161-62-62. The Richelieu team is composed of Pro Jack Bisseger with amateurs Albert Valin, Rene Leger and C.A. Chris-tophe. For LaSalle it was Pro Jack Archer with amateurs Leonard Wheatley, A.P. Ball-tyne and H.W. O'Connor. Scores by Clubs In addition to the lead ers: Toronto Golf Club (John Hunt, pro) 188; Thornhill Golf Club, Tnornhill. Ontario 1B9, London Hunt Club, London, Ontario (Orest Spooner, pro) ITO; Ladies Golf Club, Thornhill 191; Hamilton Golt and Country Club Bob Borthwick, pro) 191; Mississia-gua Golf Club, Port Credit, Ontario 191; Whitlock Golf and Country Club 193; Kana-wakl Golf Club, Caughnawaga. Quebec 194; Toronto Golf Club (Tom Mann, pro ) 194; Idylwylde Golf and Country Club, Sud bury, Ontario 194, Brampton, Ontario Golf Club 195; Summerlea Golf Club. Dorion, Quebec 195; Royal Montreal Golf Club 197; Lambton Goll and Country Club, Toronto lB, Hamilton Golt and Country Club, Hamilton, Ontario (Dick Borthwick, pro) 199; Eastborune Goll Club, Toronto 200; Rose- dale Country Club, Toronto 200; Royal Ottawa Golf Club 201; Sunningdale Golf and Country Club, London, Ontario 202; Mount SSrcl!L?il WJ' 51 Catharines goii and country ciub, Pacers Are Upset By Valencia JC I Football I Results I theirsecond touchdown. "I though our defense turned in a magnificent job especially on the pass rash. I wasn't con cerned so much about Close as a runner. It was his passing that worried me. And the longer he did not go to the air the more we worried." It was a rather unusual football game on this cool, crisp autumn evening and for a while many in the crowd of 2,500 thought Boca Raton might never score after three failures on three separate occasions from inside the Leonard 15. A fumble recovery by the Lancers set ijp the first score of the evening. John Messer grabbed a fumble in the air on the Boca 38 and returned it the 15. Six plays later Close crashed over for the touchdown at 6:49. Tom Bonner's placekick was short. Twice in the second period Boca had drives run out of gas within the shadow of the Lancers goal post. Early in the pe nod the Bobcats were stopped on the one and near the end ot the quarter at the 11. Midway in the third period the Bobcats drove to a first down on the Lancer 4. On a third down plav quarterback George Sparling hit end Mike Gross with a soil pass in the end zone. Gross, all alone, dropped the ball. Boca tied the game with sud denness. Catching Leonard in a seven-man line, haliback Willie Morris scampered 38 yards around the end for a TD with 2:43 left. Chuck MacWilliams-placekick was wide. After the following kickoff, Close tried to go to the air something he didn't do once in the first half. But he was smeared three straight times by the hard-charging Bobcat line. His punt from the end zone was nearly blocked and traveled 0 yards. Boca took over on the Leonard 8 and three plays later Tony Orpesa ran it over for the TD. MacWilliams kick was good for a 13-6 lead. A fumble of a punt by Sparling set the stage for Leonard's second TD. The Lancers drove 55 yards in seven plays to score on Closes pass Ricky Dunn with 6:32 left. Close tried to run over the extra point but he was stopped inches short of the goal ine. Boca use a ground attack to run the clock out and gain its fifth win in 10 games this au tumn. Leonard is now 3-6 with only Belle Glade left on Thanksgiving Eve. Pribil praised the defensive work of ends Terry Albury and Don Caylor and linebackers Tony Orpesa, Steve Alger. Drew I PBJC G F T Valencia G F T Dukes I 0 0 Burns 8 2 It freer 3 0 6 Lalone 2 2 6 Jakes I 3 SRucker I 1 3 Findley ; 0 14 Senior 3 7 13 Jackson 3 0 6 Mack 5 6 16 Gibson 3 3 9 Clark 3 0 10 Perry 1 I 3 Smith 4 2 10 Irwin 0 0 0 Lilly 3 3 9 Ley I I 3Crul 0 0 0 Barrd I 0 7'TMals 29 21 79 Odum 0 0 0 PBJC 30 Jl 51 Jurban 0 0 0 Valencia Jl 41 ;t Jordan 0 I I Wilson 0 0 0 Totals 21 9 SI ORLANDO - Both favored teams were upset in the opening round of play in the Valencia Basketball Tournament here Friday night. The Palm Beach Junior College Pacers dropped a 79-51 nod to Valencia and Orlando surprised Edison, 107-94 Valencia led Palm Beach, 38-30, at halftime. After the intermission, the Pacers sank two field goals but then hit a cold streak for 13 minutes without a bucket. Earl Findley led the Pacers with 14 points and no other Palm Beach player hit in double figures NEW YORK (API - It was at this time last year that the San Diego Chargers started charging to the rear. All the ingredients are present for the same thing to happen this time. The Chargers were 8-1-1 through their first 10 games last season and were battling Oakland for the Western Division title in the American Football League. Then they lost their last four games. This year they're 8-2 and only a half game behind first-place Kansas City. But in their last four contests, they must play New York. Denver. Kansas City and Oakland. That's enough to send anyone into retreat. A retreat certainly isn't in order for the pro prognosticator although chances are it'll come at any moment. - Last week's record was 10-2, giving the prognosticator a three-week mark of 32-5 and a season record of 91-34 for a .728 percentage. That total is made up of 36-12 in the AFL and 55-22 in the National Football League. Here are Sunday's guesses. AFL San Diego 21. New York 20 -Jets' secondary fell down just enough against Oakland last week, and that's all John Hadl and Lance Alworth would need. Oakland 42, Cincinnati 14 - Paul Robinson might have his fifth straight 100 yards plus rushing game, but Bengals would need a lot more than that. Boston 27, Miami 21 - Although this one could go either ' ' r HIGH SCHOOL Kennedy 39, Roosevelt 7 Pahokee 28, B. Glade 7 Boca 13, Leonard 12 Riviera 57, Jupiter 0 Lake Shore 45. Dunbar 0 Martin C. 38, Okeec.O LPA 27, Apopka 7 COLLEGE Vanderbilt 53, Davidson 20 S. 111. 68, $'v, Missouri i Connors JNabs Feature Race Paul Conners celebrated his birthday Friday night with a win in the late model stockers feature at the Palm Beach Fairgrounds Speedway. Conner edged out state champion Gary Balough in the main event duel. Other results: First Heat-Stockers: Pete Leufkins, Don Denny, Buddy Pearce. Second Heat-Late Model: Bill Hess, Randy Tissot, Paul Connor Third Heat-Stockers: Tom Ru-sink, Bob McConnell, Jim Ryan Fourth Heat-Late Model: Du-mont Smith, Bill Myers, Nokie Mallory. Consolation-late model: Gary Balough, Conners, Art Rousseau. Stockers feature: Pearce Denny, Rusink. Late Model Feature: Connor, Balough, Tissot. Lake Shore Dunbar Drags Delayed A drag racing program scheduled at Gainesville this weekend has been postponed until Dec. 7- 45 0 D LI First Downs 4 IS Rushing Yardage 60 292 Paising Yardage 32 26 Passes 6-12 II 12-0 Punts 4-15 2 36 1 Fumbles Lost I 0 Yards Penaiiied 30 45 SCORING Dunbar B 0000 0 Lake Shore 14 12 6 11 45 LS-Andrews 56, run (Freeman pas! from Allen) LS-Freeman 6 pas Irom Allen (kick failed) LS-Ford 46, pass from Allen (kick failed) LS-Freeman 36, pass from Allen (kick failed) LS-Freeman 30 pass from Allen (kick failed) LS-Burton 7 past Interception (Hart run) BELLE GLADE - Lake Shore closed out its season Friday night with a 45-0 romp over utinoar. which left the winners with a 6-4 mark for the season. lake Shore used the passing combination of Freddie Allen throwing and O'Dexter Free man catching for three scoring efforts. But the Mustangs also showed a strong running attack to finish with 508 yards.