The News from Friendswood, Texas on October 31, 1977 · Page 6
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The News from Friendswood, Texas · Page 6

Friendswood, Texas
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Monday, October 31, 1977
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FageS Monday NEWS October 31.1977 Mustangs Remain Tied For First In District Continued from pace | the score with a 76 yard series with 3:35 In the quarter. Spiller charged for the final three yards/ but the extra point pass was no good. The Mustangs took an edge again with 3:21 In the fourth quarter on a 43 yard run by Hawkins. Cannon's kick was >good. The Mustangs remain ' tied with Dickinson for the District 14-AAA lead after Dickinson defeated Sweeny. Hitchcock led the Mustangs 7-0 at the half. Bulldog quarterback Arthur Cruz took an option run right for three yards to score with 18 seconds left on the clock. The 71 yard 14 play drive used up 6 minutes and was sustained twice on key third down conversions and a fake punt on fourth and one from the Hitchcock 38. Bulldog Alex Martinez took the 4th down call for 7 yards. The point after was good by Will Jennings. Hitchcock startled the Mustangs by taking the opening klckoff at their 22 and quickly completing two long passes that ended at the Mustang 39. The Mustang defense led by Eric Heller, who sacked the quarterback for an 14 yard loss was aided by a five yard penalty In pushing the Bulldogs back to their 30 yard: line. Flicndswood fumbled on Its 38 and Hitchcock started from the Mustang 36 for the second scoring threat In the opening minutes. Cruz threw three consecutive Incomplete passes and Frlendswood regained the ball at STATISTICS FDS Rush Pass CAI Pen FBLS Pts FWD 10 261 103 3-7-0 640 •3 HI 12 57 180 8-24-0 3-25 2 5-3.14 their 35. After trading punts twice without a first down, the Mustangs managed to cross the mldfleld stripe for the first time at the opening of the second quarter when they took a punt at the Bulldog 44. A15 yard penalty was •overcome by a 26 yard romp by Griffon, and Hawkins picked up five more the Mustangs first and only first down In the ha(f at the 9:35 mark. Another 45 yard penalty and an .Incomplete pass ended ttje drive back In Mustan&land at the 48. Hitchcock totaled 6 first downs and 33 yards rushing against the Mus- s tang's 29 yards on the ground. Frlendswood will face Edna at home next Friday night. The following week they will take on the Dickinson Gators to finish out the 14-AAA season In Frlcndswood. Pearland Takes14-7 Winner Seventh Grade Wins 22-6 Fronts Scores Twice FRIENDSWOOD The Frlendswood seventh grade A team defeated Manvel 22-6 Tuesday. Joe Frantz scored two touchdowns from 34 and 38 yards and Darell down from 43 yards out Defensive standouts were Craig Anderson, Jack Williams. Roger White. Frank Decfw and Shawn Perry. Frlendswood's seventh grade Is now 3-5 In rifatrift nl*» LEON SABLATUBE. Oiler head coach under fire by some of the Pearland fans, says he will not resign. Sablature la pictured just before half time of the Alvtn • Oiler homecoming game Friday night where Pearland won 14-7. Sab Won't Resign Continued from pace I Pearland bad been bun a few plays earlier by a 15 yard clipping penalty on their nine yard line. John Knleb carried the ball 27 times for 125 yards; Robin Henry carried 13 times for 77 yards; and William Osbon, coming in In the fourth quarter, was six for 48. Scott Hohensee had two pass receptions for 20 yards; Price had two for 22 yards and Krause had one for seven yards. The Oilers recovered five Alvln fumbles. STATISTICS PLAND At VTN DNWS IB "> OFFENS23 }63 RUSH 270 132 PASS 5-9-53 2-18-31 prF R 128 \» PEN 11-126 M5 FBLS 2 5 Faught scored a touch- in district play. ft** Mortqaqebanque O O INC Announces The Opening Of Its New Galveston and Brazoria County Off lee 156 South Frlendswood Drive Friendswood, Texas 77546 FHAeVAand conventional home loans 713/482-4427 Patrick J. Dispense. Branch Manager Oct. 31st - Nov. 2nd Fish Basket $1.39 - FAST - COURTEOUS - AND QUALITY FOOD - 402 PHONE AHEAD L Edgewood 482-3368 Continued from pace I school board meeting. School board president Dr. John Williams, contacted by the NEWS Friday, gave Sablatura his wholehearted endorsement. Williams defended Sablatura as "probably the best football coach we've had here in years." "Nothing I know of now would make me vote to remove him." Williams said. When asked about the team's record (one win last year and one so far this year) Williams said with the larger schools In the district he doesn't expect to win any district honors for many years." Williams said It was his impression Bullard had been given a week to answer the letter requesting the coach's removal. However, news of the letter was published in an area newspaper on Thursday. "This was a heck of a thing to spring on him homecoming weekend," said Williams. "I think the timing was very bad." Williams added he had received "Numerous" calls in support of Sablatura with none against. "But please don't start calling me and voting," pleaded Williams. "I've got enough to do to run my business." PAY ATTENTION TO THIS AD-IT MAY BE THE MOST IMPORTANT DAY IN YOUR LIFE! SISTER BROWN With the Mlp ol the good lord "We Shall Overcome" ell ol our problem* So Ireo. you will be happy again. ALL MAIL WILL BE ANSWERED No metier how long you've been .uttering I will help you with nreet oower Queranteod to help you In the tint vlilt She win help you with ell voureroblerna! Makei no dlllerence what your probleme ere. It ife trouble? in vow nomi oi bualnew.II you ere tick end don't have • lob. I win help yoiTl wnl give you tho namei ol your enemlee. II you ere en alcoholic. I will help you overcome II you have voo doo end bad luck. I will take It evTly. II you luve burled treaaure I .will help you «lnd It Reault. guarenteed. I will thow yoi yo™ .%kneta eien II yoi ere elck In tho head. 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