The News from Friendswood, Texas on October 6, 1977 · Page 10
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October 6, 1977

The News from Friendswood, Texas · Page 10

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• Page 10 NEWS October 6, 1977 PEARLAND Oiler quarterbacks Brian (standing) and Mark Mlchna. Brian, a junior, leads the Oiler varsity squad Varsity, JV Quarterbacks Brothers Share Football Jobs PEARLAND - Pearland often has brothers . playing on Its athletic teams, but not until this . year have the Oilers had brothers quarterback- Ing the varsity and junior varsity football teams. Junior Brian Mlchna earned the starting quarterback slot on this year's varsity Oilers while younger brother Mark, a sopnomore, took over where Brian left off as quarterback of the junior varsity. Scrappy Brian's varsity team so far has a 1-4 record, Including a brilliant second half In their winning effort against the Bay City Black Cats when the Mlchna led offense scarcely lost possession of the ball the entire 7436 Park Place tNto, T.l.phon. Rd.) Sheet Music Amps, Etc. Gibson, Yahama, Aria, Martin Guitars, Earth Amplifiers SALES, INSTRUCTION, REPAIRS IF YOU WANT THE BEST HIRE THE BEST LOREANT TILS COMPANY COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL REMODELING & «EPAI« ALLAN LOREANT 643-1381 7119 Palmetto 489-8068 HOUSTON, TEXAS 77087 There's always a SALE on ai... BAKER CARPET] (COMPANY INC. "Quality Floor Coverings" 485-2458 1605 N. MAIN HWY. 35 Pearland 485-5390 | 31 BRANDS-Thousands of samples on display in our showroom. half. Mark meanwhile has directed the junior varsity to a fine 3-1-1 record. Both boys, along with yet another brother. Greg, are all around athletes who also play varsity baseball. Last season all three played on the Oiler varsity baseball team. Greg played In the outfield, Brian held down third base and Mark, one of only two freshmen to make the team, pitched. Mark says his game really Is baseball, while Brian says be likes both. Greg, who graduated from Pearland last year, won the Oiler "Heart award at last year's football banquet. The Mlchna boys are the sons of Charles and Rosemarie Mlcbna of Shadycrest. Although a brother act at quarterback Is the attention grabber, Mark and Brian Mlchna are not the only brothers on the Oiler roster. Danny and Rene Resales are both playing for Pearland this year and Coach Leon Sablatura's sons, David and Brian, were expected to play before both were sidelined by injuries early in the season. Other familiar names cropping up In Pearland football are Kurt. Scott and Blake Hohensee. Kurt graduated last year, Scott Is with the JVs and Blake is play- Ing youth ball. Bret Garner, an outstanding defender on the Oiler varsity, has a younger brother, Curtis playing on the Freshman team this year. Even further down the line, the name WUllam Eisner on the Intermediate School Roughneck roster Is sure to remind the faithful of big brother Wayne who won the prized Oiler Derrick award last year for his play as a varsity running back. Win Hungry Sweeny Wants Pony Burgers Mustang Head Coach Working Hard To Stop Fumble Crisis By Don Carpenter NEWS Staff FRIENDSWOOD- lost year the Sweeny Bull Does got the last bite on the Mustangs in their 35-20 seesaw victory that saw Frtendswood win In every statistic except the score. This year Sweeny has gone four grueling games without a victory. They come to Mustang field riled and ready to mess up the Mustang Homecoming. Although the Bulldogs have lost many of their experienced front linemen, they still have the backfleld from last year that managed to slip away at strategic times from the legendary Mustang defense. Sweeny has lost to C. E. King 16-0. Santa Be 18-6, Brazosport 21-7, end West Columbia 6-0. "They have Just had a lot of bad breaks," says Mustang coach Henry Winston. Winston thinks Frlendswood will have a hard time shutting down the Bulldog passing game. Winston has also been working his team hard to shut down his teams' turnovers on fumbles. The Mustang's total for the first four games in that department is 16. Winston says the complex Houston Veer offense may be the major reason the Mustangs are having trouble holding the ball. On many plays, says Winston, the Veer running back does not know if he will carry the ball until it is pulled away from him or left stuffed in the pit of his stomach. "We've got to read the ay better," said inston. "The veer back also has to not try to hold on to the ball If the quarterback, is trying to pull it back. Winston also said he has scheduled drills play Wins with emnhneie team, but share the dlC trict lead with district record with Frlendswood. h Frosh Salt Away Dulles PEARLAND . The Oiler Freshmen put away the Dulles Vikings last week 22-7 on two touchdowns, two field goals and a safety. Quarterback Craig Smajstrla scored one touchdown on a two yard keeper while Davis grabbed a ktckoff and toated the ball 87 yards back through the Vikings for the other. Carl Hlkeska kicked both field goals and Walker caught a Viking In his own end zone to complete the day's scoring. Jimmy Fetter led UUKHKI Pearland In rushing Oilers. with 80 yards _Smalstrala had Oiler Girls Runners Place Fifth In Conroe Invitational PEARLAND • The Oiler girls cross country track team placed fifth in the Conroe Invita Margaret Sullivan, Gomez ^ Eg "' Suzann< > — .—» V wu. ub *uv*vu* fifld TunnyBittick. The HS^iPB* to o st ,.? eek *°P tive totaled 148 and Kathy Sullivan pants over the two mile earned an individual course. Memorial High won the meet, followed by Conroe. Northbroo£ Qear Lake and Pearl land. Freshman Kim Will- lams and sophomore weTfrte' SftSS vawity division accord- eighth place medal. Kathy was one of the top 80 girl runners in the state of Texas at the state meet in Austin last December, according to Coach Jo Tpbola. Contributing to the team's strong fifth place finish Saturday were Stella DeLaCruz, ing to Tobola. Basic Techniques in Ladies' Tailoring (construction of a lined blazer) ! Mies Starting Monday Evening * Oct. 10th 7 • 9 pm hours of instruction for $27.50 T" e '' & T5 U oi' ClaMes 10 am - 12:30 pm 15 hours of instruction for $22.50 All Clanet Limited to Five Openings available in v^^ * 482-7010 620 S. FRIENDSWOOD Stonesthrow Shopping Center PLD Maroon Wins 8 - 6 At Galveston PEARLAND - The Intermediate School Maroon team beat the Galveston White team &6 last week. Senoblo Lopez set up the Roughnecks score in the first quarter with an 18 yard run. He then carried the ball in from the two. Alfred Reyes ran for the successful two point conversion. John Conyers had a 32 yard punting average for the day while Keith Lllley and Billy Rich: ardson each recovered a Galveston fumble. Lopez rushed for 49 yards, Conyers for 60 and Reyes 29. Shawn Mikeska. Mike Garcia: glcky Perkins and Keith Shepherd all put In strong offensive efforts. Leading the defense were Blair Lobb. Joe Marin. Lllley and William Eisner Health Appointees Approved FRIENDSWOOD - aty Council approved the appointments of Bruce Austin Jr. and Mae Bruce to the Galveston County Health Board. Austin and Bruce will occupy the positions of veternarian and cltlzen-at-laree. respectively. ' The appointments need the approval of all Incorporated communities In Galveston County before they can go into effect. Austin and Bruce are tentatively slated to serve on the Board until April 1970. Lx>wer prices on handy helpers .. that's what discount is all about t Pkg- °f 6 loaf. 6 cake, 10 pie or 4 broil. LARGE CUTLERY TRAY Made of lugh, durable plastic. Individual sections for all your utensils. 99 CLEAR STYRENE JARS Keeps food fresher longer. Twist off caps. 2 great sizes to choose from. 20 oz. PLASTIC PAILS Size 20'xlOV. In avocado, chocolate, gold and yellow Pour spout. ROUND LAUNDRY BASKET Made of rigid polyethylene. 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