The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on May 27, 1957 · Page 2
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Freeport, Texas
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Monday, May 27, 1957
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*»#»* Whites Nick Adds,, In /r»tra*$<fuod Game. *.* Exporters Close Spring Grid Drills With three solid weeks Of spring football practice behind them, -the Brazos* port Exporters squared off in their annual Red-White intra-squad game last Saturday night from Hopper Field. The evenly matched elevens, both using the single-wing and unbalanced T for offensive moves, saw the Whites tack up a 1312 victory DV accounting for one of their extra t>oint However, the power driving of Dickie Master's^ a standout letterman for the Reds, who was playing the fullback spot on the single-wing, was the main offensive weapon used by the Reds. the Reds, ttyiflg to keep right on the heels of the Whites, went to the air IS times Am fouhd font of them good for 90 yards while the Whites had four tries and one caught for 25 yards and the winning TD. The White gained 188 yards- far th* night, maltlrig ii first doton*, While thg Reds had ISO yards and 11 first downs also. The Whites drew 85 yards in penalties while thi* Reds were set back 45 yards in the red-flag filled contest. n Freeport, Clute, Was t Columbia .... Teen-Age Opens Tonight The Whites managed to accounted for 40 y.ards find set .strike first and cofniflg after up a ist oft trie Whltfe 16 to ;hey feaa eiefcea up a Re be the key play m' Ote series ..-.1 - ; . 'i . •'.. *U*1. mi!^\.Lil.T& tu iJ.^il.11 1 trys while the Reds failed fanned in both attempts. Brazoria County's well- A11 adults that attend th e the Junior system, T sumer Teen-Age A small crowd gathered at Hopper Field to watch the Saturday duel In which thp Whites broke up a 6-6 tie in the fourth quarter with a 23 yard scoring pass and then had i baseball program moves Into the sport spotlight tonight with Junior and Senior nines taking the field in first round game This summer's county Tee Age race is expected to be on kick the extra of the stron * est m hee winning margin. Head coach Kenneth Wil Son's Exporters used their single-wing, which is a new offensive pattern to the Ships for the most part but mixed ii In with some option and unbalanced T plays. June Davis, Robert Wagstaff, and Ernest Roberson handled the winning Whites while Flash Walker, L. Z. Bryan and Boyd Tingle worked With the Reds. flie White defense, headed by Pat Tumlinson, Nixon, Wai. ter Konieczny, Efll Prude, Orady Fills, Jimmy Allred, Dennis Roberts, Philip Isgate and sveral others were m«ln forces in sending the the Whites to their one point win. Nixon, running at blocking back from the single wing. Isgate and Roberts, from their tailback post, Robert Jerrigan and Jimmy Allred were the power backs in pulling the Whites to a win. Isgate was perhaps the hardest runner of the night as he moved from the tailback spot for several nice gains that kept the Whites in front most of the four quarter duel. Harold Stevens, who handled the Red passing, Tommy Lowe, Joe Morris and Doyle Krumrey were key players in the Red offensive push. leagues have been formed. Bay Cily moves in to jol the Senior and Major rank while Angleton steps up notch in the Junior bracke and will field a league of the own. Freeport will put thre Junior nines on the filed th season. Teen-Age games tonight will be held in Freeport, Clute an West Columbia. The two ju nior games are in FYeepor and Clute while the West Co uir.bia entry in the Senio League will be hosting Alvin Freeport's Warriors hos West Columbia in a 7:30 p.m Junior T-A game from Lion Field while the Clute Red So catch Freeport's Redskins ove in Clute. Coutny teams in the Junto Loop will be playing thei games on Monday and Thurs day nights while the Seniors and Majors will play almos each night qr at least two o hree times a week. The opening night crowd a freeport will be treated to couple of gifts, free of charge Svans Drug and Willenberg' Pharmacy have each given $1 camera out/its to be given t he ticket holders. Malaria causes an annua death toll of two and one-hal: million among its 200^nUlloi victims throughout the^wdrid. County J-A Opens Tonight Step number two in Brazorla County'i summer buebal program—action in th» various Teen-Age Leagues—gets thi (reen light .tonight and moves in behind the growing county Uttle League. Uttl* League over the county has been going on for lev sral wetki but tonights tilti in the Teen-Age will be th* opening round of activity. Tbrt* Fr**por{ teams, on* in Wtit Columbia and on* ' In Glut* will go to mik* up th* Bruoiia County L*agu* in th* Junior br<irk*i wbll* Lak* Jaeluon and AngUlen | will field wparat* Junior UaguM. rroeport, Like Jackson, Alvin, Bay City and West Columbia will be th* t««ms, playing under the Senior banner while the Major nines will be Lake Jackson, Treeport, West Columbia and Bay at}. All races are elated to be close this year and with Bay City moving into the Senior and Major loopi it will be giving th* area fans still another fin* team to watch. Bay City's high school were district champs and most of these, boys will o* playing summer ball, Close Race.... Columbia will also b* » laugh *ntoy in ft* Ma. Jot ex Senior leagues M lh»y will b* depending on most •i th* high •choc! d.pth. The 'SI Roughneck* wer* In* M.AA champion*. Freeport and Lake Jackson will bank on most of June Duvii's exporters ihis season and as alfeays they will com* up with scrappy nines. I" looks as if the Senior or Major league races could go to any town playing. The county Junior loop are th* ones that see action tonight while a single game is on th* Senior sard. In th* Junior race it will b« Fraeport's Warriors hosting West Columbia while Chester Simons Redskins travel to Glut* to battle the Rex) Sox. The lone Sr. gam* finds Ahrta at W*st Columbia. Tuesday will sec only one Teen-Age club taking the field and that sends Lane Jackson over to Freeport. 36 Dead Deer.... Her* is a not* from the Texas Gam* and Itch Commission that we recently received. Austin—The game crop in Fort Bend and Brazoria coun- He* suffered heavUy from the high waters and flooding in that area, according to Warden H. T. Wayne at Angleton. M estimated 80 peuen'. of the fawn crop was tost. **>«•> of 41 dMd d..i her* b**n r*cov*t*d, *e fas. - Of the dead, 41 wer* fawns, two spik* bucks and two, ; slots. Thit*y*ig>t dead d*w w«i* found ea § railroad . *Wj> b*»WM« A«fl*toa and East Columtfa. Apparently the sdult deer managed to survive as a largf sjusabpr of them were found on ridges and in high places, •bov* th* reaches of the flood. The fawns, however, suffered heavily. 4 l»rg*. per^n'.aje of the quail crop vu also destroyed 1*4 most of tb* breed stock is believed to have survived, and young tuail fell victim to the f'"^1in| Br^ios. , thare U hop* that most vt th* quail will not ""»'• * game in Freepovt tonight wll be given numbers and the two winning numbers will be pick ed during the middle of thi game. From the Monday Jun openers, the playing slate will shift to the Senior League a Lake Jackson moves into Free port Tuesday night for a sin gle game. On Friday of this week Wes Columbia Is at Bay City while Alvin moves over to Lake Jackson. Freeport will have a night off Friday to practice and get ready for the long grind. Major nines will wait until June 3 to open the doors on their summer season and Lake Jackson will be over in Say City for the opening game. On June S it will be Freeport hosting West Columbia. Lake Jackson will send a Junior Teen-Age league of their own into action this year and they will open the season shortly. Angleton also has a Junior loop and they start play in the opening Weeks of June. With the addition of Bay City to the Major Teen-Age >ague this year it gives the oop five strong teams in Freeport, Lake Jackson, 'Alvin and West Columbia. Freeport's Optimists are the defending champions. Many of the major players will come from the high school and college ranks. Both West Columbia and tBay City were district winner! in baseball and should field strong nines n this league.' M. L. Ema if the county Tgtffl-Age" program while E. S. (Jolson of West Columbia is in charge 1 of , . . , - _. Mea dows of Lake Jackson of the Seniors, and* J. O. Sharp o Freeport the Majors. Sen Luhn is secretary of the county or ganization, County Baseball Schedule BRAZORtA COUNTY BASEBALL CARD Monday, May aft Little League— Freeport—Yanks *>s White Sox; Bobcats vs Eagles. LJ (Amer.) — Red Sox vs Yanks; White Sox vs Indians. Angleton (Amer.) — Yanks vs Rotarians; Red Sox vs Kiwanis. Teen-Age - (Junior) Freeport — Red Sox vs Redskins in Clute. West Col. — Freeport Warriors vs WC in Freeport. Girls Softball— Brazosport vs Houston (Webb-Schmidt Field in LJ). Teen-Age — (Senior) Alvin at West Columbia Tuesday. Mar Mi Little League— Freeport—Braves vs White Sox; Bobcats vs Cubs. fumble >n the 32 in the firs period; fn elgKt plays the pushed across, the first scoi with Nfitoii driving the las yard, isgate tnd Nixon wer the key runners in the 32 yar drive off the single wing. Th point was n<5 good but th Whites had a B-0 tha stood up through the half. The Whites drove down ti he Red 11 In Ihfe second quar tcr oil some neat end runs bj Issate and Roberts but los the ball on downs while the Reds pushed to the White 14 before the stout White line held off. In the third period the fted picked Up a White fumble on the 46 aftd went on from theie to rack up their first score It took ten plays to score and Joe Mbtris had to do the chores on third down with i right end sweep from one yan out. : The big play in that drive Was a 29 yard pass and run from Stevens to Masters, who made a fine run of some 15 yards after catching the toss Krumrey's paint was no good afid the store was tied at 6-B late 1m the third period. One of thrf closing plays in the. third • quarter found Stevens getting a punt blocked md "the Whites picking up the loose ball on the Red 38. This set up the winning TD, which came ih the fourth quarter. Jerrigan, Isgate and Roberts moved the ball to the 2S for a first down for the Whites. Then Roberts, a letterman 'rom last year, moved to his right, found Ray T/ainer in .he clear near the goal and hit him with the tie breaking ;ouchdown. Nix-on kicked the point and he Whites were in front by 13-6 margin. The Reds came right back and moved the ball 74 yards LJ (Nat.) — Dodgers vs n 10 P'ays to score but saw Cards; Phillies vs Braves. Angleton (Nat.) — Tall- twisters vs Dodgers; Legion vs Braves. B-C-V League — Jones Creek at Brazoria; Braves vs Clute. West Columbia — Doubleheader at Galloway Park. Teen-Age—(Senior) Lake Jackson in Freeport. their running extra point try fail. A Stevens pass to Lowe W. UGON FOSTER- Tour qualified candidate for COUNTY TREASURER Paid Political Adv. that iwtted a Scot*. Ptort the IB, Masters and «Sr««d *6 thft whcita Masters wait ow* fight guard from the fullback slst standing up to make ths Sounl 19-14 With the whites sUU on top. Morris triad an efra tun for the extra pblnt but Wallace Krebs came up fast 'for the Whites to drop Morris and hold the scc*e at 1S»14. The Whites took the klekttff and had moved Inside the Red 20 when the filial gun stitthded the end* bf the annual intfa squad' contest Girls Play ttoustdn "Mil ibe. the : Mohdsy night ;guest: ef the ferftiosport qirl softbsll team in a Lake Jackson tilt that will get underway at 8 ft.m. • The .game will be held at Webb-Schmidt Field, home of he Gators, in Lake Jackson. The contest will be one of he first home tills for the Irezosport girls but managers W. At Jackson and J. L. Henon have plans to bring sev* ral of these- games to the area. ; Houston is regarded as one f the better girl Softball teams along, the coast and a good ame has been forecast. Many f the girls playing on the irazosport nine are senior igh girls while wore players rill be joining the club from' he college ranks in the near Jture. 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